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Arlington Heights Daily Herald Suburban Chicago Newspaper Archives Aug 16 1972, Page 58

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Daily Herald Suburban Chicago (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Chicago, IllinoisThe Palatine hot partly but and Higby Lowers. Partly hot and High in Middle paddock publications Illinois 60067 August 1972 s so delivery Loe link socioeconomic jump to Range in Home values the Range of Home values in Palatine and the location of the Village accounted for Palatine s jump in the Sociol economic ranking of Chicago according to the director of the Survey released this week Pierre de project director of the Chicago beef goal Hospital singled out the two factors As the basis for Pala rising from the 22nd percentile among the 200 communities studied in to the 15th percentile in 1970 the Village s Overall ranking in the newest Survey la no. 30. Seems to be happening Here is that Palatine is getting up to the level at Arlington Heights and ote Vise told the Herald. He estimated that Palatine would re main la the top 15th to 20th percentile of the with the most additional growth expected in communities further from Chicago. While All of the Northwest suburbs gained in Overall status Over the past 20 years. Palatine is among those which Are especially benefiting from what de Vise called the income suburban sex a constant shift from the City As Well As from the suburbs close to the City to the outer he said. Higher income people keep moving out Ward Why to Home says de Vise. Range in Palatine is much than in Many neighbouring sub de Vise said he referred to communities such As rolling Meadows and r n or _ Inverness ranks in top ten Inverness is not included in the recently released socioeconomic study of Chicago but if it the Vil Lage would rank in the top 10 thai s the assessment of Pierre de project director of the Survey. He said the study was limited to communities with populations of More than Inverness population in the 1970 Cen sus was Hoffman estates As class devel Homes in those towns originally were built for about de Vise with a Range in value of about almost impossible to find a House for More than in rolling Meadows or Hoffman he said. Has an older Section where Homes Are Worth about and in newer sections where Home values Range from to More than de Vise said. A Survey conducted by de Vise last year set the value of the average Pala Tine Home at a ranking of 40th among Chicago suburbs. The same sur vey listed Harrington As no with a Home value averaging and Roll ing Meadows As no. With a Home vat be of Palatine s other key de Vise is its location. Being served by the Chicago and North Western Rwy. Makes Palatine and other such As Arlington Heights and attractive to the higher income people who work Vise said. According to the newly released sur which is based on 1970 census Fig the median income of a Palatine family in 1970 was the average income in 1960 was in inflated actual income in 1960. The percentage of families whose in come b greater than annually went up from 1.1 to 11.5. The percentage of College graduates leaned from 5.9 in i960 to 25.2 in 1970. To ghost to vanish by of next year area television viewers can expect at least another year of reception difficulties on Channel 7 the Abc owned and operated Chicago station plans to move its Antenna from Marina towers to atop the Sears Tower to alleviate problems in the Northwest but the move will not be made until fall of 1973 a spokesman Lor Channel 7 said yesterday All geared up to but structural reinforcement on the Sears Tower will take at least a year to Complete. Roebuck and co offered monday to help finance the relocation of All Chicago networks atop its building Northwest suburban residents began receiving double on Channel 7 in March and the problem has become More severe. The station s officials say the construction of High Rise primarily the Standard Oil has obstructed the transmitting signal causing the interference Channel 7 is the Lone major Chicago network affected by the Loop construction. Channel 5 and Channel 2 transmitters Are located on the John Hancock Center and thus far there a been Little tour Ference. Originally Sears officials planned to in stall special absorbing materials on the Sears Tower to prevent interference to broadcaster transmitting from the Han cock Center. That solution however is in according to a Sears spokes the spokesman said the Best solution to the problems throughout the Chicago area is to relocate an stations atop the 100-Story Sears Tower. The Faa Given final approval Lor a 350-foot Extension to height of the Sean Tower to How the television an Tennas. While Channel 7 officials and Channel 32 were very pleased with the Sears announcement and indicated they Hope to relocate the other stations merely said they win study the proposal. Besides channels 2 and also located on the Hancock Center Are Channel 9 Channel 12 and Channel 44 work is underway for Channel a new station to transmit on the Han cock Center. Channel 26 transmits from the Board of Trade building and has indicated it wishes to move to the Sears Tower. Educational Channel 11 broadcasts from 1000 Lake Shore or. Each station be expected to spend some million to move to the Sears Tower. A Channel 7 official said the move from the smaller Marina City bunding to the towering Sean Structure Wittl the Crisp eat signal you have Ever had in the Northwest this Young Man it bowl Reg muscular dystrophy. Tho was of lev Oral Boot i at local backyard carnival. Profits from the carnivals help re search against the i Maaia. . Dirty two characters from wild to t afternoon cartoon pro have sparked children s inter est in kids in Cream Vendor Rule the under-12 set in Palatine can still have their super Dooper Frozen Delight the Palatine Village Board monday night voted Down a committee recommendation to virtually ban the sate of ice Cream from and instead approved an ordinance limiting sales near schools. The ordinance passed by the trustees is similar to a Schaumburg ordinance prohibiting the sate of ice Cream from with in 500 feet of a school on school Days two representatives of the Good humor told the trustees they live that Type of re arguing against the stricter proposal which was 3 to 2 a restriction on ice Cream vend ing around schools was proposed several weeks ago by Palatine Kollig Meadows dist. 15 officials because of safety Haz Ards. The trustees appeared to go along with the suggestion for a 500-foot ban on sates near but referred the matter for further study when a petition was submitted by nearly Palatine residents calling for a total ban. Two of the three members of the trustees Public safety committee agreed with the but their recommendation to the Village Board was overruled in favor of the limited restrictions. The trustees indicated that while safety is there have been no re ports of accidents resulting from ice Cream and a ban on sates would be1 an to the problem. The trustees must vote on the matter again to enact the ordinance police group will try again after a three week off Peri the Palatine police association May try for another meeting with Village officials aimed at increasing the 4 per cent salary boost approved by the Village last month. Michael president of the local chapter of the combined counties police association and the chapter May hold a meeting with their attorney soon to decide on a course of action. 4 per cent increase is still unacceptable. It does t even reflect a Cost of living Maloney said. But a mood of Compromise May be growing now we re in a pretty fluid Posi tion. Possibly we could both Capa and the fluctuate a Little Maloney said. Maloney said the Cooling off period was important to ease hard feelings be tween the association and the Village after the 4 per cent increase was sent through. The Village and the Capa had been negotiating for a new contract since last Spring. Last year s contract expired May 1 Palatine police have been working without a new contract since that time in Hopes of negotiating a 5 per cent in crease. No wage talks have been held since the Village approved the 4 per cent raise on july 17. Salary talks had opened with the Village offering three per cent and the Capa requesting per cent. This morning in Brief the nation sen. George he govern said he has rejected an offer by White House adviser Henry Kissinger for a secret Bro fief on Vietnam he said be could learn Mere hem Good newsmen thu be could Tram the White House. Comdr Vitta offered a Compronio Ptan for overhaul of Delegate voting strength at the my Rpu Breut con. But promptly iwo Wood it As a sellout of us Urban Ranger dark came under Congo Stout fire for allegedly allowing the self to be mud to spread count unto propaganda. State Republican Leader Hugh Scott sea. Henry Jackson joined for Mer atty. Pm Job. Met Dott in ertl Douf Clark for ail denudation of the . A str Tom while on a a Trot to North Vietnam. . District judge George Hart lifted court order mocking construction of. The no Dpi Bulcoa Dollar trans Alaska Oil pipe he said anticipated appeals probably would take the Case to the us pm court. Two engineers employed by the Feder Al aviation Admire Stratton have been charged with making a false air plane he 1 jacking threat and wish Aman Lfong air port cd mods officers. The stats Mcgovern has Black be nest Black the metropolitan Chicago nursing Home association filed suit seeking in creased state payments for welfare recipients in nursing Homes. The world witnesses said the Pilot of a soviet built you Hui 63 we apparently trying to bring us Jettner Back to the East Berlin Airport because of engine trouble when the plane exploded and Kutting person aboard. Women and armed with stones and ambushed cars carrying atrium Tong Iho Remen who were beading for a Dock in Eastern eng land not yet affected by Britain s of ports shutdown. Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky a greed to a draw in the 14th game of then world Chew . Fischer re a m three Point Lead in the the War battered South vietnamese marines fought off an attack by More than 100 communists trying to recapture an important Bridgehead near Quang Tri Kutting 36 North vietnamese soldiers. In the president sent or Henry Kissinger to Saigon to Confer with the South vietnamese on efforts to negotiate an end to the baseball White sox Milwaukee 1 new York Atlanta 0 Cincinnati Phi Tumpsia. 0 the weather Iten Vir Al Kansas City los Angeles temp Kos Miami Beach Tim St Paul new York Phoenix Salt late City Seattle Washington ____72 93 -88 93 82 86 90 86 74 57 65 6s 73 h 6s 82 71 is is 55 72 the Market the Stock Market finished Tower Trad ing on the new York Stock Exchange was fairly Active. The Dow Jones aver age lost 3.54 to 989.97. Declines edged advances 770 to among the issues crossing the tape. Turnover totalled shares. Prices lower so the american Stock Exchange As the amex Index lost . 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