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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Arlington Heights, Illinois Saturday april 28,1990 daily Herald Edgar warns downstate dents of control from Cook county by Martha Russis of our Springfield Bureau Springfield a Republican candidate for governor Jim Edgar has resurrected one of Illinois oldest political prejudices by warning Downs taters that the democratic party is controlled by Cook county and Chicago. Edgar is telling downstate audiences that if attorney general Neil f. Hartigan is elected governor in november the four key government positions in Illinois a governor mayor of Chicago speaker of the House and president of the Senate a will be controlled by the democratic party. A not Only controlled by the democratic party a Edgar said in one appearance before a statewide conference of the Illinois state chamber of Commerce in Springfield a but controlled by four individuals who live a few Miles away from each other in Cook Edgar Illinois Secretary of state is a native of downstate Charleston. He has been a full time resident of Springfield for Many years. Hartigan was born and still lives in the Rogers Park neighbourhood of Chicago. House speaker Michael j. Madigan and Chicago mayor Richard m. Daley Are from Chicago a Southwest Side and Senate president Philip j. Rock lives in Oak Park. For years a chief fear among downstate voters has been the dominance of Chicago in state government especially since gov. James r. Thompson moved his primary residence to the City in the Early 1980s. Edgar said that he would better be Able to represent All of Illinois. A i done to think a democratic governor would go Well for Mak ing sure All Points of View from All geographic areas Are represented in the decision making process a he said. Hartigan responded that Edgar a geographical scare tactic was an old argument that voters will not accept. A a they re tired of that old rhetoric that whole business of Divide and conquer upstate versus downstate and it Hasni to worked a Hartigan said. A a it a been tried against me in a number of different to offer further evidence of his commitment to downstate Hartigan pointed out he has opened several regional offices throughout downstate Illinois. He said while his attorney general a office was accessible to Downs taters Thompson was Busy building a $172 million a Taj Mahaly a the state of Illinois Center in Chicago. Daily Herald sports Section ranked among top to in nation the daily Herald has been selected one of the top to sports sections in the nation in judging by associated press sports editors. The announcement made Friday in Tampa fla., also included an honorable mention for the daily Herald in the special Section division. Competing in the category of newspapers with circulations be tween 50,000 and 175,000, the Herald was recognized along with the Asbury Park . Press Bergen . Record Clarion Ledger Jackson miss morning news Tribune Tacoma was san Antonio Light san Francisco examiner Santa Rosa Calif press Democrat Washington times and Westchester Rockland . Newspapers. A a we re honoured to be included in such a select group a said daily Herald sports editor Jim Cook. A to be considered one of the top to sports sections from More than too entries is a tremendous tribute to our dedicated the daily Herald with a circulation of 90,000, is the fourth largest newspaper in Illinois and covers suburban Cook Lake and Dupage Secretary joins Martin in Praise of 1985 farm Bill associated press Springfield Republican state rep. Lynn Martin with . Agriculture Secretary Clayton Yeutter by her Side underscored the importance of farm issues Friday in her bid to unseat democratic sen. Paul Simon. At a statehouse news conference the Rockford area congresswoman criticized Simon for having opposed the 1985 farm Bill whose passage she said has greatly improved . Agriculture exports in recent years. It has worked enormously Well and has been an incredible Benefit to Illinois Farmers and i was Happy to support it a she said of the Bill a Market driven approach to dealing with farm issues. Now we Hope to make sure the 90 farm Bill does some of the same Yeutter noted that the value of . Agricultural exports last year reached $40 billion for the first time in years after having declined to $26 billion in 1986. A that is one of the reasons that farm incomes Are a whole lot higher than they were three or four years ago a he said of the 1985 farm measure. The House version of the 1990 farm Bill is in the hands of eight subcommittees of the House agriculture committee and the Senate version is before the full Senate agriculture committee. Simon spokeswoman Ellen Golin said Simon along with sen. Alan Dixon d-ill., had opposed the 1985 legislation because they believed its target prices for Corn were harmful to the interests of Illinois Corn growers. Is. Golin said that in retrospect the Bill a effects on agriculture were not As bad As Simon first feared. Illinois republicans re elect chairman Springfield a Illinois republicans re elected their state party chairman Friday pledging a United front behind their candidate for governor and criticizing state democrats for centralizing Power in Cook county. Republican state Central committee chairman Al Jourdan faced no opposition in his bid to Lead the state party in efforts to retain hold of the governors office and gain a seat in the . Senate. State rep. Thomas Ewing of Pontiac and state committeeman Ronald Smith of Lombard also were unopposed in their respective elections to party treasurer and Secretary. Jourdan who has served As Mchenry county auditor since 1972, said he believed the party had bounced Back from divisive struggles Over taxes and the leadership of the Cook county Republican organization. He also speculated that the state democratic party selection of Gary Lapaille of Chicago As chairman could encourage democrats from outside Cook county to support republicans whose views May be More favourable to their concerns. Lapaille chief of staff to democratic House speaker Michael Madigan ousted state sen. Vince Demuzio of Carlinville. A it just Points out that there s More and More interest up in the Chicago Market a Jourdan said. A the downstate democrats seem to be slighted and i think. 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