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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 2008, Arlington Heights, Illinois Page 4 Section i daily Herald l web site promotes 100th Lake county by Russell Lissau am Mundelein officials will celebrate the towns Centennial in 2009 a and they re turning to a relatively Modem invention the internet to help promote the fun. The Village has set aside space on its web site for information about the Centennial. That Page is at . Features include a full event Calendar a Page with information and photographs of Mundelein s history and historic places such As the former Dietz s stables and the 1926 International Eucharis tic ingress and photographs of Mundelein through the decades. Theres also an interactive Page that allows virtual visitors to share their memories of Mundelein. Assistant Village administrator Michael Flynn and longtime resident and historian Dottie Watson Are among the people who be written reports so far. Quot this gives people a Chance to compose something at Home and Send it to us and for us to easily Post it Quot Flynn said. A it becomes an easy tool to expound on life As it was and to people can also Volunteer to help plan Centennial activities and ask questions at another Page on the web site. The first settlers came to the area now known As Mundelein in the 1830s, but it was t incorporated As a Village until feb. 1,1909. The town was called Rockefeller then before its incorporation the Community was known As mechanics Grove and then Holcomb. Rockefeller was renamed area later Mundelein rooted in our past. Reaching for our future 1909-2009 i m at. Of col a or Mundelein the official Banner for Mundelein a Centennial Celebration was designed by Christa Lawrence. In 1909 and became Mundelein in 1924. Centennial celebrations will Start in january when banners bearing the official Centennial logo will be Hung throughout town. They continue feb. 7 with open houses at the fort Hill heritage museum Village Hall and other municipal centers. On feb. 25, the i Ake county discovery museums Diana Dretske will talk about Mundelein a history at the Fremont Public Library. And on May 30, five organists will stage a Public concert at the University of St. Mary of the Lake using the 1932 Wurlitzer Organ in the school auditorium. Other traditional Community events such As Mundelein Community Days and outdoor summer concerts Are scheduled for following months. Finally in october the town will Cap the Centennial year with a banquet and Tours at the University of St. Mary of the Seminary. Mayor Kenneth h. Kessler said it s exciting to preside Over a Community during its Centennial. Quot its Only once that the town is xxi years old Quot Kessler said. Quot and what s equally exciting is the vast and Rich history that Mundelein judge to review accusers records by Tony Gordon Tgordon a it late Herald. Am a Lake county judge said monday she will review the personal records of a woman who says she was raped by a former Waukegan police officer. Attorneys for Deltwan Haynes said they want the records studied for indications the woman May be lying about the attack. Haynes 32, was charged in june with taking a woman from downtown Waukegan in his squad car to a parking lot in the City and raping her. He resigned from the department in january shortly after the woman reported the attack to Waukegan police. Last month a second woman came Forward and said she was raped in a similar fashion in fall 2002, and she named Haynes As her attacker. Waukegan attorney led Stone subpoenaed medical records from treatment that woman received in october 2002 at St. Therese medical Center now known As Vista medical Center West. He also subpoenaed records from the woman s substance abuse treatment at Nicaea during the same period. Stone said monday he believes the woman went to Waukegan police in october 2002 and said she had been raped by two officers and did not identify either As Haynes. He said Waukegan police took her to St. Therese for a Deltwan Haynes psychiatric evaluation and he believes there May be information in her file that would undermine her allegations. During her treatment at Nicaea Stone said she was required to write an Quot autobiography Quot that he believes contains no mention of a sexual assault by police. Stone said the woman came Forward to accuse Haynes Only after his arrest this year and no charges have been filed against Haynes in connection with her claim. A these revelations Only came after she saw him on television and read about the Case in the newspapers a Stone said. A the fact is that she has made these allegations on several occasions against several i Ake county assistant state s attorney Patricia fix said she believes the records could be of limited use in the Case. Quot it is the states position that any discussion of her mental state would be barred under the rape shield Law a fix said. Judge Victoria Rossetti said she would review the records in private before deciding what information if any she would release to die attorneys. She asked the lawyers to provide her with briefs outlining their position on the records before she announces her decision tuesday oct. 14. Daily Herald founded 1872 daily Herald uses 032020 is published daily by paddock publications inc. Subscription rates Carrier Home delivery rate daily and sunday $4 95 per week 8 weeks/$39.60 sunday Only $1.50 per week 8 weeks/$12.00 mail delivery in Cook county 8 weeks/$40.00 mail zone 1 Dupage Lake Kane Mchenry counties 8 weeks/$47.60 mail zone 2-4 8 weeks/$52.00 mail zone 5-8 8 weeks/$59.60 Back issues available by phone order Only. All Back Issue orders must be prepaid. Daily Herald uses 032020 is published daily Tor $260.00 per year by paddock publications inc., 155 e. Algonquin Road . Box 280, Arlington Heights in 60006 periodicals postage paid at Arlington Heights. In and additional mailing offices postmaster Send address changes to daily Herald . Box 280, f y Arlington hts., in 60006 out of play and harms Way Tunnel Means golfers wont Haw to Cross Busy Street by Mick Zawislak am there were backups monday approaching the Countryside Golf course near Mundelein but they had nothing to do with slow play. Motorists used to zipping past the Lake county Forest preserve District course via route 176 from the West found themselves in a Jam because Hawley Street was closed. Signs warning of the pending work on Hawley have been posted for about two weeks but Many no golfers apparently missed the message. The closure continues through this week for a unique project to improve safety. Construction workers on monday opened a huge Hole across Hawley Between the two entrances to Countryside where golfers heading to the Back nine of the traditional course crossed Hawley at Street level. Pieces of a precast Concrete Tunnel 16 feet wide and to feet High will be dropped in and assembled. When Complete the Tunnel will be too feet Long Paul Valade Eva lady Lucom construction began monday for a Golf cart and pedestrian Tunnel under Hawley Street at the Countryside Golf course. And take golfers out of play for the roughly 8,700 vehicles that use Hawley each Day. Quot they re basically opening up the Road and dropping the Tunnel in Quot said Tom Hahn executive director for the Forest preserve District. Puke Homes inc. Is paying for the $750,000 project in an arrangement with the Forest preserve District. The Home builder approached the District a few years ago seeking an easement to improve the intersection of Chevy Chase Road to the West of Countryside for its grand Dominion Active adult Community. Quot we talked about the safety issues of having a Golf course on two sides of Hawley Quot said Hahn. Patio door repair Gat your Patio door fixed a Cloudy window or Patio door Glass replaced a Cloudy 6lass a rollers a tracks replaced a custom built screens for doors a windows Call for a free estimate 630-539-2600 1-866-539-3339 we have thousands of satisfied customers Patio door a window i Cloudy Glass i i replaced at i 0b�m?i v expires 10-31 -08y enjoy fall color. Just 25 minutes from Madison Feny a or Traw Amonsin com Lake Wisconsin chamber of Commerce 608-635-8070 in Exchange for less than half an acre Pulte agreed to build the underpass. Quot it was a very Good Deal a Hahn said. An associated project involves a path to connect grand Dominion to the underpass. Residents who own Golf carts will be Able to use their own on either Countryside course for a fee. The work is expected to be Complete by the weekend but could be done sooner weather permitting. Countryside remains open for use. Detour is route 60/83 to route 176 to Gilmer Road. A it does no to look pretty right now but it will be a real improvement for Countryside Quot Hahn said. A it was something we always tuesday october 7, 2008 Kirk ahead in the Money race by Joseph Ryan Pyan daily Herald am . Rep. Mark Kirk continues to outpace Democrat Dan seals in the Money race As the two head into the final month of campaigning in the Northern suburbs. Kirk s Campaign reports bringing in More than $850,000 in contributions since late june meaning the Highland Park Republican would have raised More than $4.6 million this year. Seals though does no to appear to be too far behind. 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