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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Arlington Heights, Illinois Tuesday weather cold returns Windy and colder with rain gradually ending and a morning High in the Middle 40s. Chance of rain will decrease to less than 20 percent late. Partly Cloudy and colder tonight. Suburban new Road budget dips the Palatine township Board monday approved a $935,200 Road and Bridge budget for 1990-91 that is 9 percent less than last year a Page 3.apples for teachers Elk Grove township elementary District 59 approved a plan to let teachers and other staff members buy computers at a discount a Page 3. Inside Eye to the sky space shuttle discovery was readied to lift the Hubble Telescope toward the Edge of the universe and perhaps the beginning of time a Page 3.name calling civil rights groups denounced a judge s refusal to allow a woman to use her Maiden name without her husband s permission a Page 8. Suburban Livin Cool it mom a Mother is filled with anxiety while awaiting to learn whether her daughter has been accepted by the College of her Choice a Section 2, Page 3. Showcase weak flick a the first Power refers to resurrection which makes this an Apt title for a movie that resurrects every cheap overused cliche in horror and action films. See critic Dan Gires review a Section 2, Page 6. Business say Pepsi Comrade Pepsico inc. Monday signed a $3 billion 10-year agreement to double soviet production of Pepsi cola in Exchange for ships and expanded sales of soviet Vodka in the United states a Section 4. Bridge/3-11 Horoscope 3 11 business/4-1 movies 2-6 classifieds ,5-3 obituaries 5-14 comics/3-11 portfolio/4-3 crossword/3-11 showcase/2-5 or. Lamb/2-4 sports/3-1 editorials/1-10 stocks/4-4 flair/2-1 television/2-5schaumburg´┐Ż?Ts deadly to re flair site of fire Schaumburg Bonny bonnets there a nothing sweeter than Little girls dressed in their sunday Best a including of course hats and gloves. And this years easter Parade should be particularly festive with hats once again taking Center stage a Section 2. Brothers perish in Bam Blaze passer by rescues 3rd boy by Danielle Aceto daily Herald staff writer a fire started about 12 05 . Monday in a Bam owned since 1977 by the Schaumburg Park District used to store equipment fertilizer Light fixtures. The fire was extinguished almost entirely by 1 . A two boys were killed and a third injured All from Schaumburg. Police believe the boys playing with matches started the fire on the second floor on the East Side and it quickly spread through the building. The surviving child was rescued by a passer by near the door of the barn. The other two children were found near a stairway to the upper level. Dally Herald soviet Georgia protests a occupiers from daily Herald news services what began As a Day of fun at a local a a hangout turned to tragedy monday for two Schaumburg boys killed in a massive fire that destroyed an old Schaumburg Park District storage barn and left a third youth injured. Thirteen year old Daniel Bailey and his brother Richard la died in the Blaze apparently triggered by matches at about 12 12 . In an old storage barn located behind Schaumburg Park districts administration building 235 e. Beech drive. A third boy 12-year-old Lee Kennedy survived with minor injuries thanks to the heroic efforts of a passer by who heard the boys screams for help and managed to pull him from the burning building before firefighters arrived. He was treated and released from Alexian Brothers medical Center in Elk Grove Village. I heard this Little boy scream and i thought i Wasny to hearing what i was hearing a said Keeneyville resident Mary Skelton 29, credited with saving the boys life. A the said two other boys were on the roof. The flames were up to my head. I said a Honey we can to go in and get firefighters a alerted by another passer by William Patterson of Schaumburg who called the department on his car phone a found the dead Brothers together 15 feet from the site where Kennedy was saved. Offi cals believe they May have gotten lost in a Maze of old horse stalls located inside the building. But it took until about 2 . To find the boys with firefighters stalled in their efforts by the intensity of the fire. A there was no Way to get in the building. It was about to collapse a fire chief Robert Sutherland said adding that the boy two openers double fun despite rain Weathersfield Way Sci swallows telecoms Usa i phone service i business Section 4 two hours after this Park District storage barn caught fire monday in Schaumburg firefighters uncovered the bodies of two Young boys. Another boy survived after being aided by passersby who heard his cries for help. Photo for the daily Herald by Rick Claes neighbors helplessly watched building a go up like a Matchbox a Section 2, Page 8. See fire on Page la Daly Herald graphic rain May have stopped the game but it Dampen the spirit of Cuba fans Erie Graal 18, of Naperville Lisa Manahan 18, of Hoffman estates Backy Barbee 21, of Chicago and Scott Brunson 22, of Naperville a they cheered from the bleachers. Daily Herald photo Mark Welsh Steve Lyons draws a crowd of anxious sox fans seeking autographs before mondays game. The sox beat the Brewers 2-1. Daily Herald photo John Konstantaras since the owners and the players ruined Spring training it May have been fitting monday that nature rained on opening Day in Chicago dampening the drama of the historic occasion. History was made however with the White sox and the cubs opening their seasons at Home on the same Day sending More than a few fans shuttling Between the ballparks. And As columnist Burt Constable reports the weather did no to Dampen the spirits of the fans. See constables column Page 12. Ii Schaumburg we to Meineke Park Center close Victory loosens things up for Hawks sports Section 3 engineers Dampen Hopes for Meadows annexation by Rebecca Carr and Larry Smith daily Herald staff writers four of eight unincorporated Palatine township properties seeking annexation to rolling Meadows would face stiff obstacles to development because they Are in federally designated flood zones. A . Army corps of engineers study found four of eight properties in the subdivision located just Northwest of Kirchhoff and Plum Gove roads Are located in a flood zone. Residents in the rest of the 50-acre subdivision want to Annex to Palatine. The revelation Dampens the property owners plans to Annex to rolling Meadows and change the zoning of the eight properties to commercial. They want to develop at least six of the eight properties for commercial use. A flood zone is described by the army corps As land located in a 100-Jrear flood area meaning potential flooding hazards if the area is developed. One of the parcels additionally was found to be located in an actual wetland and a flood Way. A a in a not in a wetland a said Chester Lindquist who wants to Annex to rolling Meadows. A a let a face it everyone a in a wetland. When it Rains the ground gets the eight properties Are at the Center of a dispute with the rest of the areas 77 homeowners who want to Annex to Palatine. The pro Palatine residents want to be part of that Village because of its Promise to protect the Rural setting of their residential neighbourhood. A the Issue is whether you want to break up a Long existing residential neighbourhood by running a strip of commercial development directly and completely through the Center of it a said Frank m. Panek of the 1200 Block of South Brockway Avenue. X Panek and his neighbors oppose the pro rolling Meadows property owners because of their stated intention to open offices in some of their houses. The neighbors say Palatine would protect rather than destroy their area. Bush sends Stopgap funds to contras for resettling associated press Washington the Bush administration suggesting Congress is dragging its feet on Aid for Central America said it will spend $3.6 million in already appropriated funds to help the peace process in Nicaragua. A this is just a Stopgap measure a said presidential press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater monday. The Money will be used to help the .-backed contras disband and resettle he said. The administrations $870 million Aid package bogged Down in Congress included about $30 million for that purpose. A we had hoped to get that passed before the easter recess. Congress chose to go Home without acting on it. Well push for it As soon As they get Back a Fitzwater said. A we Are quite concerned about see contras on Page 3 Tbilisi .s.r. A thousands of georgians chanting a occupiers occupiers a rallied outside a soviet military base monday capping a Day of protests recalling a bloody clash that sparked their republics Independence movement. On april 9, 1989, Soldier assaulted a peaceful pro Independence protest in front of government buildings in Tbilisi with shovels and Gas. Nineteen people died. The Day of commemorations Drew almost 200,000 people to three separate rallies. It served As a show of strength by Independence activists who have scored several major victories in the past month. In Moscow president Mikhail s. Gorbachev and his presidential Council increased pressure on renegade Republic Lithuania monday. They said that new economic and political Steps will be taken to break Lithuania a unyielding stand on Independence. No details were Given. The advisory body a Tough statement indicated the conflict is far from resolved despite conciliatory words by both sides. The attack in Georgia a year ago unleashed bitter criticism across the country. Several investigations have placed the blame for ordering the attack As High As the communist party politburo. Protesters near the caucasus military District Headquarters posted signs Reading a get out of Georgia a and depicting a hooded executioner wearing a military Star and holding a bloody shovel. Early monday morning about 100,000 people gathered in candlelight on rus Tavelli Boulevard the site of the clash. About 70,000 More nearly filled the republics main stadium monday evening in a similar rally. At an intersection outside the walled military base about 10,000 people gathered in the afternoon and shouted through megaphones for the soldiers to abandon their posts. Protests in other republics have included anti military elements among them Calls to Boycott the draft but mondays demonstration was one of the largest directed specifically against the soviet military. A had no it was the first Day of Spring vacation for the boys both of whom were enrolled in Schaumburg township elementary District 54 a Richard at Michael Collins elementary school in Schaumburg and Daniel at Margaret Mead Junior High school in Elk Grove Village. Several books of matches and a Candle were turned Over to police by the surviving boy who also is a student at Collins Schaumburg police chief Kenneth Alley said. A they were playing with matches a they torched it a Sutherland said though police monday would not say if a cause officially had been determined. A the information he gave us initially does not implicate any of Park District admin bldg. Beech or bldg. Under construction

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