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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1991, Chicago, Illinois 1 I Glavine to start Game Chrysler trying to raise cash 4 PADDOCK PUBLICATIONS July 5 Cents Tuesday NEWS New vicar The Rev Raymond E Goedert says he will make dealing with growth a priority as he takes over Catholic parishes in Lake and Cook counties Page 4 Pay up at village hall Instead of battling out traffic tickets in court for minor Arlington Heights now can pay fines at the village hall Page 3 Plans progress The Palatine Township town hall and day care center would be in their new home by August 1992 with plans presented to trustees WEATHER chance of rain Becoming mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms toward ning High in the upper 70s mostly cloudy A 40 cent chance of showers and thunderstorms INSIDE Judgment Day Jury selection opened Monday in New Orleans in the lion defamation lawsuit against evangelist Jimmy t Pages SHOWCASE Promoting the When the video rental craze be- gan some heralded a new era where customers would be able to catch up on the for eign films and all the movies that they missed at the aters That didn't quite happen Section Page 5 INDEX Ask Andy 2 0 8 t 5 Classifieds 5 2 Neighbor 51 2 10 Comics 2 C 2 Crossword 2 C Police 14 Dr Editorials 1 6 4 Polly 3 Stocks 4 4 6 4 4 Weather 1 8 Fall for it Comfort is the key to men's fashion this fall Business clothes are loosening earth tones are in and everybody is mad about plaid 2 Northwest suburbs set to test car computers BY JOHN Dally Herald Stalf Writer The Northwest suburbs will be- come the testing grounds for a million experiment aimed at putting computerized maps in cars to help drivers avoid traffic U S Secretary of Transportation Samuel K Skinner is expected to announce today Skinner is scheduled to join tives from the Illinois Department of Motorola Inc and several Illinois universities in ing the so called project today in Schaumburg The project calls for to cars in the Chicago area with special computer systems that dis- play maps identifying the most route to a desired lo cation If the five-year experiment is successful it could be put to use in other parts of the country idea is for this to become a Yellow Pages for motorists and be a way to help us manage traffic bet said Richard an IDOT spokesman will hopefully get people around congestion which is going to mean energy ings and greater safety The officially called Ad- Driver and Vehicle Advisory Navigation Concept could begin by the end of the year and will tiack specially equipped cars in the mile Chicago area Drivers using the system would enter their location and desired des into an in car which would beam the via satellite to a traffic information center equipped with a mainframe computer Traffic sensors in area highways and cars would tell the mam comput er the most congestion free and the information would be re- layed back to the in car computer The driver would see an electronic display of a map showing the smoothest route and up ute data on traffic conditions a very futuristic thing talking about said IDOT spokesman Ed Nash you can be in your car and know which roads to use with the touch of a it could really affect how you travel The computerized system was de by Schaumburg based Molo lola and researchers from the Uni versity of Illinois at Traffic travels along a opened ramp at Palatine Read and Route where six freshly paved ramps were opened Monday Daily Herald Rte 53 ramps an open and shut case Dally Herald Stalf The overhaul of Route 53 swung into overdrive Monday when several interchange ramps were reopened and others forcing commuters re- turning from the long Fourth of July weekend to be on their toes The biggest change was at the Palatine Road where two ramps were closed Monday and sue other ramps were said Don expressway traffic control supervisor for the Illinois Department of Transportation Northbound Route 53 to bound Palatine Road and bound Palatine Road to bound Route 53 were closed be- ginning Monday Along with IDOT crews closed the Northwest Highway entrance ramp to northbound Route 53 and closed the bound Route 53 exit to bound Euclid Schmidt said The changes are the most re- cent of the con- Route 53 ramp work schedule Ramps closed Monday m Northbound Route 53 exit to eastbound Palatine Road Eastbound Palatine Road entrance to southbound 53 Ramps reopened other six ramps reopened over the weekend Ramps closed Monday Northwest Highway entrance to northbound Route 53 Currently open other three ramps remain open Ramp closed Saturday Southbound Route 53 exit to westbound Euclid Ramps closed for next two weeks Eastbound Euclid entrance to northbound Route 53 Northbound Route 53 exit to westbound Euclid Currently open Other live ramps at this Interchange remain open Source Illinois Department ol Transportation Daily Graphic struction which stretches between Rand and roads Last IDOT rerouted traffic along Route 53 from left lanes to newly constructed right lanes between Rand Road and Euclid Avenue Within the two the state will do the same thing between Euclid nue and Algonquin Schmidt said Although traffic moved more slowly than police say See RAMPS on Page 4 Tracking the traffic system for i i traffic by Motorola cost million and may start this traffic data Sent via satellite from roadway sensors video cameras to IDOT Traffic f fa Computers compare Incoming with travel times traffic flows 1 Traffic center relays Information to electronic area maps In f allowing drivers to select best route based on conditions University ol Illinois Transportation Center Graphic Northwestern University and the the Illinois Department of of Technology tation will pay 25 percent of the The US Department of Transpor costs tation will pay 50 percent of the of the experimental while See MAPS on Page 4 Iraq report admits conducting secret nuclear program Press Iraq Iraq on day revealed an secret program for the manufacture of en- riched uranium that could be used to make nuclear the United tions said In what seemed to be a defensive after threats of military at- tack by the United Iraq re- leased a document detailing three for developing en- riched uranium Late when reports be- gan lo surface of Iraqi nuclear de- President Bush said he could not rule out strikes against Baghdad's nuclear plants chief inspector of the UN nuclear inspection said the list of nuclear production sites released Monday showed Iraq has long been in violation of the clear Non-Proliferation Treaty The list appeared to confirm that Iraq has been violating terms of the U N Security Council resolution that ended the Persian Gulf War The April 1 resolution ordered Iraq to destroy all its weapons of mass destruction A statement issued from Vienna by the International Atomic Energy Agency said the indicates the existence of thiee parallel programs for uranium enrichment related equipment and facilities Iraqi officials had never ly disclosed they had and had flatly denied they had a nuclear weapons program Under the 1970 Treaty on the Non Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons signatories must refrain from devel oping nuclear weapons and must re port all nuclear programs in detail to the IAEA Iraq is one of 142 including South which signed the treaty Monday understand that Saddam Hussein's government admits Iraq was engaged in a nuclear weapons lo previous re- denials of the Iraqi govern said State Department spokeswoman Margaret Tulwiler in Washington Robert L deputy IRAQ on Page t District 59 board turns down controversial programming BY MICHELI E MARTIN Dally Herald Slaff Writer Students in Elk Grove Township Elementary District 59 classrooms will not see a controversial news gram that includes de- spite a promise of free video equip ment In a the District 59 school board turned down a proposal from Whittle Communications to put the program into the junior high schools Under the the schools would get tree video equipment in return for showing the Channel One news broadcast every day The program includes two utes of commercials going to get or however much worth of in return foi providing a captive for their said James K District 59 tendent whole thing bolls down to this issue Even if the board had approved the members doubted that Whittle would accept it because of modifications made by the tration The administration had proposed instituting the program only at Grove Junior High because teachers and staff at Friendship and Holmes junior highs were not interested The staff at Grove Junior High wanted to show the program in the lunchroom at lunch when most students would not be paying attention The original Whittle proposal had been to put the program in all three junior highs and show it in rooms In Arlington Heights Elementary District which has had the gram for a the program is shown to all junior high students in homeroom at the beginning of the day Fay said that District 25 ad- liked the program But District board member John Shannon wus adamantly op- posed to the saying advertising has no place Is the schools Other board members said that they were not impressed with the program Red tape keeps house prices dangling out of reach Associated WASHINGTON President Bush and a high level commission agreed on Monday with what many be homeowners have long believed cut the red tape and buying a house will become we want to have affordable we've got to confront this the president declared as the panel weighed In with its report on regulatory ers to The for- mer New Jersey Governor Thomas H said housing costs are being driven up unnecessarily by increasingly expensive and time-consuming as well as zoning rules and laws aimed at protecting the and other features of mod ern day life The said that er and fewer young families can ford to buy or rent the home they He said he was shocked to learn that in some 20 to 30 cent of housing costs is due to red tape The set up by Hous ing Secretary Jack came up with 31 major re quiring action ranging from Con gress down to the county level Bush agreed there are problems regulation and excessive red the bureaucracy at times in- He added These are ob to make it difficult to con- struct housing for low income lies The commission cites ary tactics among suburbs communities their vision ordinances because they know that rather than the cal are the report says Even when there is no more need for some some com- keep them The report recommends that the federal set an example by removing or reducing its own housing including ing a law requires contractors to pay the local prevailing wage It also says the government should provide incentives to the states for getting local barriers if necessary withholding federal funds until they do so Views in Cook differ Northwest suburban cal leaders and home builders differ over a federal findings that by local government utes to the lack of affordable housing See Page 4 I
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