THE COVER SHEET OF THE NEWSPAPER IS MISSING ON ORIGINAL FILM / LAKE COUNTY JOURNALS LAKE COUNTY COMMUNITY ALL Friday, October 27, 2006 ■ Page A3 "The investigation is far from complete and we're still developing leads and identifying victim banks." Mark Becker, FBI supervisory special agent FBI nabs last suspect in robberies Three linked to robbery of Gurnee bank By EMILY PREVITI [email protected], Ind. 20 for the robbery of a hank ^« Hobart, Ind., that jne.29. "They were fighting for their playoff lives, so we knew that it was going to be a fight," Kuceyeski said. "It's a day to celebrate loved ones who have passed on," Waukegan Public Library Children's Department Manager Heidi Richter said. For more information on the flu and helping prevent the spread of the flu virus, or to find a vaccination event in your area, go to: ;■: u I 8 i t Get the skinny on eating disorders The subject of eating disor- ders has once again become a topic of conversation, due in part to 'actress Mary-Kate Olsen's admission that she suf- fers from a disorder and her ■ ■ # subsequent entrance into a re- habilitation clinic.tors said they be^ Barnes, Jennifer llarvin Harris, also irst National Bank (Gurnee June 26. MAIN OFFICE 847*223-8161 QUESTIONS REGARDING YOUR SUBSCRIPTION? "It's too bad that they couldn't get into the playoffs because they're a good team. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS/BUFFALO GROVE 847-797-7966 CRYSTAL LAKE 815-444-8944 SUPER CLEARANCE CENTER1 — ©a ; sa HIGHLAND PARK/NORTHBROOK 847-831-9570 STEARNS & FOSTER SUPERSTORE1 LAKE ZURICH 847-438-9905 MCHENRY 815-344-2101, MUNDELEIN 847-566-0606 PALATINE 847-358-9925 VERNON HILLS 847-968-5475 WEST DUNDEE 847-836-8866 GRAND OPENING! "It's a way to make fun of something that happens to all of us." To help teach the community about Dia de los Muertos and the traditions of the holiday, the Waukegan library hosted a skull mask-making activity on Oct. Hispanic events consultant for the Waukegan library Maria Camacho knows all about teaching different cul- tures to local residents. Other stars, including Christina Ricci, Jamie-Lynn Di Scala, and Tracy Gold of "Growing Pains" fame, have battled eating disorders as well.
"I'd like to take them out in the winter time," she said, "rather than staying copped up inside." -O Library Digest ANTIOCH DISTRICT LIBRARY The library is located at 757 Main St. or patrons can call the library at (847) 395-0874 The Library will be closed on the following holidays: Veteran's Day: Saturday, Nov. 23 Sign-up crafts Children aged 5 and older can sign-up for the Thanksgiving craft, which will take place at 7 p.m. Director and drama teacher Bridget Sundin shook her head slightly and smiled as she spoke into a tiny microphone. One of the biggest lessons the drama students have learned is how to speak with a British accent, which everyone prac- ticed throughout the entire rehearsal. Mary Turner Antioch Village Board trustee Babara Porch Antioch Village Board trustee Lawrence Hanson Antioch Village Board trustee Local Digest Trick-or-treat The Village of Antioch has announced trick-or-treating hours for village residents. On the first non-holiday Monday of each month at United Methodist Church, 848 Main Street in Antioch. Blood wanted Life Source of Lake County and the Antioch Loyal Order of the Moose will co-sponsor a blood drive from 9 a.m. Grandparents are Dennis and Jeannie Warner of Antioch and Jean and Jack Knepper of Gurnee. 24 at Lake Forest Hospital to Cheryl Bilski ana\ Dwight Sager of Twin Lakes, Wis. Dixie Chicks Last good book you've read: Pokemon Favorite restaurant: Dockers and Chinese Buffet Favorite meal: Liver and onions Favorite place to shop: Menards If you could have one super power, what would it be? The next screening will take place on Wednesday, Nov. A hospital certificate is not valid verification of a child's birth. This could include a driver's license, gas/electric bill, voter registration, etc. Pre-k screening The district will host free devel- opmental screenings for kids aged 3 to 5. Students will be able to talk to professionals in law enforcement, journalism, fire- fighting, law, dentistry and more. "1 think it's [great] because it's an important goal. The invention is used by emergency rescue workers to keep patients from sliding off the backboard. , M-ii'f T5y Tf.;- e Abr Sanchez qu° Ji han$aeneu Batraen\ p P££ Champion at Barrtngton, pi