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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1965, Chicago, Illinois                               S9lh Year H Arlington Illinois OCTOBER 1965 8 SS Pages Vear loc a Copy NEW MILLION 22-Acre Site Is Acquired M.irkins Systems Inc. httw acquired '22 arms south of Arlington Heichls and plans to build a pUmt t llfre. The acicaco is part of a Uirger parcel for wlik'h annexation ixvsoninp is brine sought. It is Aleonquin Road and the Illinois Toll south of the Golf-Algonquin intersection. Industrial development in the area hai boomed in recent growing list of who re- alize that locating in Arlington Heights is a wise investment months Board Chairman Joseph Web- er said his firm plans to devel- op the land with a structure of Is an encouraging response appropriately iso.om square to tne ctforts of the vlllage feet. including I..500 square feel village manager and Ar- ol office space Completion is Heights Progress Inc. expected bv Infifi. Ground- a corporation for breaking is planned m spring. encouraging industries to locate THE FIRM produces a wide m lhe variety of slencilmg and mark- Bitter said architectural plans ine it currently has are drafted by Carl empires Tetitsch It the same Weber Pres C E Rittcr said firm which designed the Ltttcl- current plant and Mte al 215- m DCS E Prospect Axe. Mount the new Lattof Chevrolet show- room and both in Arlington Heights. The Littlefuse design was cited among the top 10 industrial. plants in Functional layout of the strut- ture will be drafted hy Vmce industrial plant plan nine engineer who designed the FOR NKW SI 5 million home of Weber Marking Systems are examined hy. from Jnsrph Weber chairman or TmMcc John .7. Walsh .lr Village Pros. John C. K. Weber Joseph c.xcculive vice and Village L. A. Hanson. move its Mount Prospect based oppra- iifin to ArlmK'on Heights sue between Algonquin Road and Toll Rtmd. t CTUmiIM9 It's Ltttclfuse building. Arlington j A HEAHIMl to annex a to- tndustnal resident was found- of 34 acres and rezoning of eel in Chicago 3i years ago by the entire parcel from residen- Jo-rph now chairman to M-l limited manufac- of the It ha- been lo- turmgi will be conducted rated m Mount Pro-peel for plan commission at B p m Nov. j la Village Mgr. L. A. Hanson 1 t flift Q FtAI It if rtJi tl Jil i n. t i n H I Ainu another firm is negotiating 1 for the remaining acreage and -tarted to ice and dnpli caNng Weber has P'ans lo bpcorne the leading manufac- j Officials have long sought' lurer of industrial research labclma and markinc etiuio- office facilitcs to bolster the vil-1 lage lax base. The new indus- i trial in Elk Grove Ele- Compromise Found On Park Manor Plans labeling and marking equip tnent. tl marking rtc _. addrr-i-tna meniary School District rt. will Algonquin Road west of Arlington Heights Road contains the A. Smith Har- tahet and lag printing ma- improve the tax situation in thai Pencil culling mB. district as uell. riifterrnl itrncil equipment for rib pens- ing simfih in mil form fnr Mcncils .into j Products a m types of la- I000 foot structure hous- rnll printing Inks. 1 sales and engineering-research facilities. It was built in under construc- labrl printing ma- chines. llbrarv enlulojf printers and shipping room tion next door is Ginn Com- The company.has sales and expects to move its office offices in 80 cities in S and ft sup- e- lirnr- abroad through its from Chicago to the new site plant- at Mount Pro-peel and arWJtld Thanksgiving. The firm i London. manufactures lex I of those facilities andi west of the Weber a new' has not proved P'an' building is bk for expansion and other in- ton.slruction for Buhrke du-lnal locations in that com- Engineering Co. Burhke1 mumtv nere not .suitable for move from its Mount Wober''-. u-c the new rwi-ion to locate tn Ar- twt building in spring. Imaton was upon of Arlington Heights Mir of the wncrs of the Clcarbnwk taeu-tftert-rl Wo were impre.vv Park have petitioned ed the respective rommu- for Wovai of the planned dc- climate an Mt-cllent lot-a- layout for the first tion protwlion proper von- portion of Ihe 27-acre int. the labor marke' aml transportation which is essential lo in- to settlement of t h e long-disputed Park Manor sub- division development has been found. Trustee John White told the Arlington Heights Village Board Monday. White said Village Atty. Jack Seigel and Building Com. H. C. Best met with developer George Wallach and other Wai- lath represent a lives last Thurs- day and an acceptable compromise'1 on development of the single family and multiple family areas of Park After several years of negotia- the village and Wallach s i g n e d an agreement for de- velopment of Park Manor last January. subsequent disagree menus have arisen over development procedures under the general BV SUMMER'S Wallach threatened lo cancel the agree- ment and sent a formal notice i'f cancellation to the village. Village Jack how- indicated the cancellation had no effect on the agreement. The village board was prepar- ing to approve a planned de- velopment for the single family portion itt Park despite the when last more was one drafted Thursday's meeting took place. White said a com prom i s e coukt now be reached on the whole including multiple family areas. Park Manor originally was de- veloped under county zoning and lot sizes do not meet vil- lage standards. Most of the area has never been built. PURPOSE OK THE agree- ment was to stimulate a de- veloper to acquire a number of parcels to consolidate lots into larger units. As it was being streets and under- ground improvements were in- stalled under a massive special assessment program. Major outstanding disagree- ment on the multiple family according to was the lot consolidation formula to be applied if Wallach decides to develop it for single family use. While said it likely will be developed single The village apparently thought it had agreed to one suggested by its land planner. Developers insisted the formula they had agreed somewhat i aliiable in- t-Ui'l'' nmplo desirable housing as xvell cultural. and ad- for executives and I'HKS. John C Weber Ihe C On first Cull had on ad HWI Cadillac wnd car the Oril Thin npiikr of nmxt Project Delayed As Owners Disagree T.i Buy. Srll. t'se rUMMH'K I'lHI.H'ATIO.NS CL MS20 ft 1-2025 773-1520 775-1990 of Action on a 21-acre develop- ment cast of Arlington Heights Koad and north of Noycs Street has been postponed again by the Arlington Heights Village Board this time at the request of the Edward C. rcp- A month trustees tabled action on the petition in an ap- parent effort to encourage de- vclopers to alter their plan. The plan commission .strongly oppos- ed failure of the plat to include Lincoln Street's extension to Ar- with Sunday Con si ruction for another ieave to withdraw the petition. The board tabled it until the Dec. K meeting. PKOrOSIW development includes apart m e n t and single family along with a 7 5 acre site the owners plan to sell to lhe park district. The plan commission has reject- ed it. Hoferl told the board Monday the Bradley's now are willing to dedicate Lincoln Street in the portion they own. He said San- lucci is un'villing to do But he added the firm is negotiating with a purchaser and part of the package the purchaser would dedicate A postponement would allow time for a purchase Hofert indicated. HE ADDED THE apartment zoning is a necessity to develop- have gone about as Tar as we can from an economic To trustees who were still skeptical of he said the location adjacent to retail shopping and a park would per- mit erection of quality starting out against Trustee Jack Walsh reminded Hofert. moved to reject the petition a month before the tabling motion saved going to have to do a lot of by their attorneys. WHITE SMD village and Wal- lach spokesmen went over the multiple area by la.st Thursday to work ou an agreement on parcels Wallach does not own but conceivably might acquire. He recommended the board hold back on the single family development'and up this whole thing as a pack- After White's Trustee Roy member of a special committee appointed work out protested had no previous knowledge the meeting you're discuss- ing head of the apologized that other committee members had not been in- formed. He seconded Trustee Carl Mees' motion deferring ac- tion until the tull committee re- ported. for Viets Unwanted plastic toys are being toilet ted tor the children of South Viet Nam by the Wheeling Township Republican in response to a letter from an Arlington Heights serv- iceman. The letter was printed in last week's A stnry on the collection is inside Herald. Crime Checklist What can you do about crime in Arlington A 10- point citizens' called recommended reading by Po- lice Chief L. W. is printed inside this week's Her- ald. Bike Hurt in Crash A seven-year-old Arlington Heights boy suffered a broken leg when the bike he was riding collided with a ear at 1 p.m. last Wednesday. Paul son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. S27 S. Dryden was treated at Lutheran General Des Police said he was leaving the driveway of his home when the collision oc- curred. Driver of the car was William R. 418 S. Dryden Ave. Decline in Stolen Bikes Is Reported Lacking 14 Carriers Mail deliveries Blame a Arlington Heights apparently are keeping a closer1 W4 such iarcenies have been watch over their bicycles. The a slight decline from latest monthly statistical report tne rep0rted through of police activities indicates a same period in 1964. continuing decline in the num- ber of stolen bikes this year. Twenty bikes were stolen in the four week period from Aug. '29 to Sept. 25. tn a similar period last J6 were BIKE THRFTS to date this year total a sharp drop from the 284 reported stolen at the same time last i Police also reported a tion for the period in the in-' orients of criminal damage to .carriers at the Arlington while 23 were re- Hc'Bhts Post and lts ported during the stations in Rolling Meadows and 31 were reported in a Elk Grove similar period last year. There are H in the lhe total of such authorized force of 130 vandalism incidents this year according to Asst. Postmaster stands at a gain Robert J. Time loss year's 223 at this date. is made up by assigning car- Police reported one home bur- Hers to overtime work and giv- glary during the period com- clerks and supervisors extra pared to three in the same dulKS' Proebstle period last year. Total for 1965 THOfGH THE Arlington is 22 had occurred at this Heights station is usually short- point in 1964. especially in fall when TWO COMMERCIAL bur- students return to it is glanes were reported. None more serious th's Hd was reported in same attributes that partly to an in- period last year. Yearly totals' creased draft cutting into tne are 19 this year and 10 in labor force and to more young Larcenies over during the men enrolling in college in or- four week period totaled der to avold drafted' compared with eight last year.1 Because of the the Totals lor the year are 88 in' post office is authorized to hire 60 in 1964. the without civil Larcenies under S50 totaled service provided 15 for the with 21 having applicants meet safe driving and been reported in a similar pe- physical requirements. Pay ia riod last year. For the S2 48 an hour. Eye Parking Curb Along State Road 1 More limited parking along State Road in the heart of Ar-1 lington Heights is under consid- eration by the village. Village Mgr. L. A. Hanson told the board of trustees he would like to meet with the board's safety headed by Trustee John J. Walsh Jr to discuss parking along the thor- oughfare. Trustees had expressed some concern that traffic will bottle- ineck at the new traffic lights at where there is only I one traffic lane each Hanson said he preferred a re- j view of the whole street rather I than one block at Sigwalt. WALSH AND Village Pres iJohn Woods both expressed pleasure at the present speed of work at where con- trols were lighted and at other new traffic light in- stallations. Two weeks ago Walsh had complained the work was dragging. A concrete lane channel on State just north of tha North Western Railway cross- ing. irked Trustee Carl Mees. One auto has run aground on the installed by the state as part of Northwest Highway's and two people injured. Mees said it is most ridiculous thing I have ever and asked Hanson to try to get it changed. ONB OP ARLINGTON Heights' friendliest squirrels cavorts among Indian corn and gourds al lall display on Stale Road. Full page of photos by Tbm Grieger appears inside today's Herald.   

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