Arlington Heights Daily Herald Suburban Chicago in Arlington-Heights, Illinois 5 Dec 1977
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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Arlington Heights, Illinois
Me daily Herald Arlington Heights paddock publications monday december 5, 1977 36 pages 15 cents firm asks 34-cent trash rate increase coat stockpiles called sufficient in Case of strike brie at Host Tampa s Dewey Selmon reaches for Chicago a 10-0 and for a Brief period were in first place. Bears Walter Payton and stops him after a three see sports Yard gain sunday. The bears went on to beat Tam hijacked jetliner crashes in swamps by Bill Hill a 34-cent increase in the monthly residential garbage rate in Arlington Heights has been requested by the la seke disposal co., Arlington Heights. A 5 per cent increase totalling 30 cents is guaranteed in the contract Between Laseke and the Village. The additional 4 cents is being requested by Laseke to cover increased social Security and fuel taxes. The requests will be reviewed wednesday by the Village Board s finance committee which will make recommendations to the Village Board. Any rate increases approved by the Village will take effect Jan. I 1978. Under the five year contract negotiated by the Village in 1974 giving Laseke exclusive rights to operate in Arlington Heights the disposal Morvay in me Hernai things to do i Hank god it s monday i Baths the attitude we re taking monday and every Day on the revamped entertainment Page making it s debut today in the daily Herald. Looking for something to do turn to night out for a few suggestions. Would you rather stay Home and watch the tube television critic Diane Mermigas will help you in that department Ach Day Well bring you news from the arts and entertainment world. A sect. 2, Page 5.news diversity the american news Media need True diversity not just Large numbers of publication if press Freedom is to remain vital according to columnist Charles Seib. looks at itself television takes a look at a controversy it created violence on the tube. A two hour movie made especially for Abc covers All the arguments and the effects on viewers. Sect. 2, Page information looking for someone to manage your investments7 columnist Jane Bryant Quin suggests trying the investment department of a major Bank. Many Banks have special services for the smaller investors she says. A business Index weather on Page 2. Company is guaranteed an annual 5 per cent rate increase plus reimbursement for a unusual changes in his Cost of doing business such As revised Laws ordinances or regulations changes in location of disposal Sites or changes in disposal Laseke a request for an additional 4 cents increase on the residential Gabage rate is to cover the company a increased costs from High social Security payments and the regional transportation authority a new 5 per cent tax on gasoline. Laseke also is warning Village officials that rate hike requests May be made later this year if Landfill charges increase or if social Security payments Are increased again. In a letter to Village officials Laseke states that the rat Gas tax and new York up Coal stockpiles held by the nations electric utilities would be sufficient to last the entire Winter except for a few spot shortages according to the Edison electric Institute electric utilities in regions heavily dependent on Coal report they have about too Days of Coal reserves on hand enough to endure a lengthy strike if one should begin tuesday when the current miners contract ends. The Edison electric Institute the main association of americans investor owned electric utilities surveyed its members on the eve of the expected miners strike. A although average Utility Industry stockpiles approximate too Days spot shortages could develop before Winters end a the Institute said. A however Intra and inter regional exchanges of electric Power should be sufficient to cover these the Institute said shortages also would depend on How effectively the United mineworkers Union could shut Down the nation s mines. The ump represents miners handling about 50 per cent of . Coal production. Previous miners strikes in 1971 and 1974 lasted 45 and 26 Days respectively. The East Central area reliability Council representing an area of the country that relies on Coal for about 90 per cent of its electricity re new social Security regulations will Cost him a total of about $10,000 next year. It is unlikely Village officials will approve the 2 cent increase Laseke is requesting to cover the social Security Law changes. In previous years the Village Board has agreed to Only compensate Laseke for Cost increases caused by higher dumping charges at the Wauconda Landfill. They have rejected his requests for reimbursement for such things As increased fuel and postage costs and higher social Security payments. In his letter Laseke also Points out that largely because of a labor contract negotiated for his employees last year by the teamsters local the company a labor costs Are 50 per cent More than they were when the con continued on Page 5 ports Coal stocks of about 45 million tons. At Normal Winter consumption rates this would last through March 20 a the first Day of Spring. In Washington meanwhile. United mine workers pres. Arnold Miller said the Union was making Progress in talks with Coal operators but a ump spokesman predicted Many men would jump the gun anyway on today s Midnight strike deadline. Miller returning to the federally supervised negotiations after missing two sessions said Liere was no talk of extending the current three year contract beyond the deadline. But he left open the possibility. Such an Extension would be possible he said a if there is considerable Progress on the major As of sunday Miller said. A we re making Progress. We re talking about the major Joseph Brennan president of the bituminous Coal operators assn., would not say whether Progress was being made but he said a any time you talk you re Union leaders met with Coal operators in a session arranged by chief Federal mediator Wayne Horvitz who declined to say what issues were being discussed. There had been reports Union and management officials tried to get Miller out of the talks because he was not grasping technical issues. Miller denied the reports. Singapore up a malaysian airline jetliner with too persons aboard crashed sunday in the swampy coastland of South Malaysia after the Pilot reported he had been hijacked a company spokesman sred. Ahmad Merican director of information for the airline said Rescue workers aboard a helicopter that located the crash site reported no sign of survivors. At Kuala Bumpur Home base for the downed Boeing 737, Airport sources who indicated they had Access to radio conversations Between the aircraft and control Tower said the japanese red army was responsible for the hijacking. Merican said he was unable to confirm that. It was believed to be the first crash of a hijacked Airliner. The twin engine Jet was carrying 93 passengers my a Crew of seven on a flight from Penang a resort City 500 Miles North of Singapore to Singapore via the malaysian capital of Kuala Bumpur. Airline sources Sci id most passengers were residents of either Malaysia or Singapore but about 20 were from other areas. The route is a popular one for foreign tourists. Airport sources said the plane flight 653, was hijacked about 8 . 6 am. Cos roughly 45 minutes after Takeoff. A malaysian dept of aviation source said the Pilot managed to Alert control towers of the takeover by getting in one word a hijackers a at the end of a radio message. Other Airport sources indicated there were liter additional exchanges of conversation Between the plane and ground that gave More information. The Airport sources said the Pilot capt. G. K. Manjoor an Indian citizen and the Kuala Bumpur control Tower unsuccessfully tried to persuade the Hijacker or hijackers there was insufficient fuel to reach Singapore. The plane then was cleared to land at Singapore a Geletar air base an auxiliary Airport near the City but away from the International airports runways. It was lost from Singapore Airport radar screens six minutes after it was due to have landed. The wreckage was spotted at Kam Pung Tan Jung Kaupang 41 Miles West of Johore Barbru capital of the state of Celebration symbolizes family a Freedom the first american hanukkah for the Vladimir Mother Bronislava bark nov came to America from bark nov family began at Sundown sunday in their Russia March 15 with the help of an International Home in Chicago. The family left to right son an jewish organization. Bark nov says jews Are Dis Drey Vladimir wife Galina son Boris and grand Criminate against in the user by Diane Granat a brass menorah filled with eight coloured candles sits on the mantelpiece of Vladimir Barkanova a Home in Chicago a East Rogers Park. Tonight bark nov will Light two candles on the menorah an eight branched candelabra. He will be joined by millions of jews throughout the world who began celebrating the eight Day festival of hanukkah at Sundown sunday. Hanukkah commemorates an ancient jewish Victory Over political and religious oppression. For bark nov and his family observing their first hanukkah this week the Holiday also symbolizes a Victory for Freedom. Bark nov his wife Galina his Mother and two sons left their Home in Moscow last year. They arrived in Chicago March 15 through the help of an International jewish organization. It does no to seem necessary to ask bark nov Why he brought his family Here. A you know about the situation in Russia with soviet jews a he said. The stories of persecution the cries of dissidents a a it Sall the truth a he said. But he goes on to explain what it Wras like. If you Are a jew in Russia bark nov said the official documents you carry say your nationality is jewish not russian. A when you go to find a Job they say a first of All let me take a look at your documents a a he recalled. A the next Day they say a in a sorry we can to take you. We did t know that somebody offered another Man the they Are playing with you like a football. But they will never say because you Are anti semitism is unrestrained in soviet society he said. A if you have a Little quarrel with someone they will remind you that you Are when his wife was pushed out of line while waiting for a taxi in Moscow a Man told her a go to Israel. Ifs not your place Here. Its not for jewish most of All bark nov said he was worried about the future for his children. His 10-year-old son Andrey is a talented cellist. In Moscow he attended a special school for gifted children. A but even in this school with children from educated people even there there was an anti semitic spirit Between the children a bark nov said. Finally bark nov decided to bring his family to the United states. Unlike Many soviet jews whose requests to leave Russia Are turned Down bark nov obtained an exit visa in three months. His Good Fortune continued Here. He found a Job As an Engineer at Solo cup co. And Andrey who has grown attached to Bubble gum Blue jeans and television was offered a scholarship to study cello at Depaul University after regular school hours. Besides becoming americanized bark nov and his family now Are having their first Chance to worship freely As jews. In Moscow it was possible for bark nov to Pray at the synagogue. A but it was dangerous a he said. A if somebody knows i am going to synagogue i will lose my on major holidays bark nov said he did go to the synagogue. A but russian policemen make everything to destroy these holidays. They watch very carefully and they try to find any incident to close the Holiday Celebration. A the first time we went to synagogue when we came Here it was very unusual. People come they Are talking praying. Everything was quiet. Nobody looked behind the Chance in this country to be open and proud of your religion is shown by the Star of David Galina wears around her neck. Asked whether she would Wear it in Russia she laughs and tucks it under the Collar of her dress saying that she could Only Wear it under her dress. Also bark nov added a she find it in Russia. No one store is Selling that. There is no religion in the stores. Privately you can order but its difficult and expensive. Bark nov said he is eager for continued on Page 3
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