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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Arlington Heights, Illinois 2�?section 1 monday december 13, 1982 the daily Herald closeup night owl life suits him Fine As a confirmed night owl John Trandel has finally found the perfect Job. After to Long years As a Salesman Trandel Hung up his expense account for Good in March and took a Post As the manager of be olde town inn in Palatine. A my schedule is exactly the opposite of a Normal person a Trandel joked. A my Day starts at seven at night and ends at five in the despite the nocturnal hours Trandel enjoys his new position. A live bartender off and on for eight years to supplement my income a the Schaumburg resident said. A when the Opportunity finally came up to get a steady regular paycheck doing something i like i jumped at being the manager of be olde town inn is not without its Side benefits. Trandel recently coached the tavern s girls softball team to the championship of the rolling Meadows Park District 12-Inch league. A a in be been coaching that team for six years and this is the first title that we be won a said Trandel who played basketball and Golf at Prospect High school. During his to years As a Salesman Trandel fronted for a wide array of products including computers consumer electronics carpeting and furniture. A you name it i think in be sold it a Trandel said. A but with the Way the Economy is today i sure done a envy the people who have to go out and try to earn a living by with his sales Days behind him Trandel is Content to Deal with the unpredictable world of the 4 a m. Bar. A a there a Seldom a Dull moment a said Trandel who is also a licensed Pilot. A a in a learning the restaurant business and having fun at the same time not to mention paying my Bills. I can to even if he starts his Days just As most other people end theirs. A Jim o Donnell Windy warmer up weather Foto cast a around the nation fair weather expected across the nation except for some Snow in the Rockies Northern Plains and upper Mississippi Valley regions. Around the state North sunny Windy and warmer with highs near 40 and lows in the 20s. South sunny Windy and warmer with highs in the 40s and lows in the upper 20s. Weather conditions nationwide City forecast High Low precis. Albuquerque pc 37 30 .37 Amarillo f 50 18 Anchorage by 28 22 a a a a Asheville by 33 32 .87 Atlanta by 35 30 .50 Baltimore by 29 29 95 Billings. Mont. By 39 25 Birmingham by 34 28 or Bismarck in 41 12 a my Boise pc 40 21 Boston by 24 21buffalo pc 25 16 of i Charleston. . By 66 42 1.12 Charlotte. . By 39 33 1.49 Chicago by 23 07 a a a Cincinnati by 32 19 a my Cleveland by 27 20columbus by 26 12 Dallas f 40 22 Sam Denver by 55 24 Des Moines pc 27 04 a Detroit by 28 12 a my Duluth 16 -3elpaso f 47 34 l>1 Hartford by 22 15 a a a Helena by 16 of Honolulu by 80 66 Houston pc 47 33 my Indianapolis by 29 14jackson. Miss. Be 37 28 .05 Jacksonville f 67 45 .43 Kansas City pc 29 10 Las vegas f 55 36 Little Rock by 35 17 a. Los Angeles i 71 53 Louisville by 31 21memphis by 33 25miami i 82 73city forecast High Low precis. Milwaukee pc 25 02 a my Minneapolis pc 21 08 a. Nashville by 33 25 .08 new Orleans f 47 38 .02 new York by 25 21 .04 Oklahoma City by 40 16 Omaha pc 33 07 Orlando f 72 54 .39 Philadelphia in 26 21 .35 Phoenix by 68 53 pm. Pittsburgh Portland. Me. By 28 18 by 18 so 40 13 Portland. Ore. 36 .23 Providence pc 35 30richmond by 31 21 .84 St. Louis by 27 14 Salt Lake City a 35 i 68 27 a a a a san Diego 51 a a san Francisco pc 57 46 .02 san Juan by 84 in 45 70 Seattle 40 .60 Spokane in 26 16 .17 Syracuse pc 25 09 .03 Tampa i 71 66 1 20 Tulsa by 37 16washington by 31 26 .33 Wichita a Clear cd a tears no by Cloudy of fair by foggy pc 34 14 a rain so showers so smoke in Snow by sunny he Haze to thunderstorms a missing a Windy pc partly Cloudy Index arts theater. Sect. .2 m Page 3 Bridge. .3 6 business. .2 i classifieds. .3 7 comics. .3 in 6 crossword. .3 in 6 or. Lamb. .3 a 2 editorials. I a to Horoscope. .3 6 movies. .2 3 obituaries. .3 ill school lunches. .3 la showcase. .2 2 sports. I suburban living a .3 i today on to. .2 3 today a chuckle monday dec. Is the movie makers have a Good idea. Instead of admitting in be reached Middle age in a coing to eau it a youth part me daily he qaid founded 1872 the daily Herald and the sunday Herald lists 032020 Are published mornings each Day of the year by paddock publications inc., 217 w. Campbell St. Arlington Heights. Illinois 60005. Geround Kern. Assistant managing editor Patricia Adam. Suburban living editor Robert d. editor Thomas Grieger director of photography Marsha s. editor Robert editor phones Home delivery 870-3450 missed paper ? Call by 9-00 a in in Bartlett. Hanover Park. Streamwood phone 893-8830 want ads 870-3700 night news desk 870-3650 sports 9 to 5 weekdays 870-3624 other depts 670-3600 subscription rates Home delivered by Herald carriers Carrier collect a. .$1.95 per week office prepaid .$16.40 8 weeks by mail Cook co zones 1-4 zones 5-8 8 we. $18.40 18.80 23 80 24 Ofca. $49.20 56.40 70.80 52 was. $108.60 122.20 153 40 past issues at the daily Herald office. Up to 6 in of. 508. Of to be mailed $1 second class postage paid at Arlington Heights in postmaster Send address changes to the daily Herald. . Box 280, Arlington Heights. In 80006 few feel guilt for dodging jury duty a some people will say anything to wiggle out of jury duty. Just ask Denver jury commissioner Bill Devereaux. One citizen trying to avoid the Job wrote a due to a bad Case of halitosis. I would prefer not to be called to jury duty since i would hate to offend another sought exemption because a i hate policemen. I would not find anyone Devereaux says a to going to write a Book about these some he says. But he has one sure fire response to get out of jury duty. One letter went a since september 1944 the potential juror has been in residence at Crown Hill a no excuses Here. Robert laity received a letter recently claiming that he owes the veterans administration Money. The computerized form letter threatened pop in serious consequences if. The Money Wasny to paid. He owes a Penny. A i done to believe this a laity said. As things go he san employee at the a medical Center in Buffalo . He plans to have the Penny deducted from his regular paycheck. A country Singer Lynn Anderson has been released from Baylor University medical Center in Dallas where she was treated for an allergic reaction to prescription drugs. The 35-year-old Singer who won a grammy award in 1970 for her hit a i never promised you a Rose Garden a was admitted to the Hospital thursday after she complained of respiratory problems. A West coast news Edmund g. Brown former California governor and father of another current guv Jerry left a legacy in his state. The states 444-mile water i it a it Edmund g. Brown system will be called the gov. Edmund g. Brown California Aqueduct. A film director Martin rift and Chicago based author studs Terkel Are recipients of this years Bill of rights award presented by the american civil liberties Union of Southern California. A the science Magazine discover has named Massachusetts Institute of technology cancer researcher Robert Allan Weinberg As its scientist of the year. Weinberg. 40. Helped identify oncogenes a cancer genes a which begin tumor growth and apparently Are triggered by chromosome abnormalities. A Dustin Hoffman says he based his a a Tootsie female movie character on his late Mother. In interviews taped for this weeks Abc a Good morning America a Hoffman said a living with her was like living with a Ziegfeld follies girl. She had legs like Ann Miller the last year of her life. She was 72. She played about two three sets of Tennis a a a Jtj Martin Bitt studs Terkel a Tony Randall is nothing like the compulsively neat Felix Unger character he played so Well in a the Odd a a in a a Slob a he admits. A the thing about Felix of course was that he was a nut. He was a compulsive person an obsessive person. The fact that it fastened on neatness was just Luck. It could have fastened on anything. In a not that Way a bit not a a Twenty seven years after his death Albert einsteins collected papers sunday were officially received by hebrew University in Jerusalem As set Forth in the great physicists will. Einstein was an Early supporter of hebrew University. The Archive about 50,000 pages of material stored in 24 file drawers contains letters postcards draft and final papers and 33 unpublished Complete or incomplete manuscripts. A British actor Terry Thomas the Gap toothed Butler of the movie Quot How to murder your wife a is battling Parkinson a disease. Thomas 71, said he has been inspired in his fight against the illness by a fellow sufferer a Katherine Hepburn. He Hopes an operation will enable him to return to work. 4firms, not jobs source of blues Washington up a new Survey of american workers indicates employees Are More unhappy with their companies than with their jobs and Middle management is disenchanted to a Point that it poses a serious threat to productivity. A today of the seven Job classifications studied a managers supervised professionals technicians sales clerical and hourly workers a most appear to be More unhappy with their companies than with their jobs a the opinion research corporation said. The study was prepared for a conference of corporate officials by the Princeton company a subsidiary of the Arthur d. Little inc. The report said White Collar Middle management a a disenchantment with their superiors now has joined the More widely known a Blue Collar blues Trish Irish Charmaine Pat Debbie Mary amp Roberta offer you i on mon., tues., wed., thurs. T set or blow dry 4 j ladies hair shaping $5�� Perm wave value com0q id. Hair shaping a i men s styling $600 offer expires dec. 31 i yet u Bea it Salon 5 i 1010 s. Ari. His. Re. Arlington Heights i i____392-8220___ fed a medical Home health inc providing care in Tho privacy of your own Homo. A visiting nurse a private duty nursing a nursing aides a physical therapy a speech therapy a occupational therapy a medical social worker a homemaker chore worker medicare certified Licensee by the state of Illinois a a helping heed is is ear is goer phone 312 870-1221 24 hour answering service Pool your pennies and buy your parents or a Friend a Charlie club gift certificate for the holidays. Heated indoor Lap Pool . Give yourself one tool open 24 hours Aday ass Days a Charlie club Multi Munmon Dollar fun 8 fitness centers sports hotel amp fitness Center of. 53 amp Dundee re Palatine in 60067 312 934-4900 501 Midway or. Off Elmhurst rd., it blk. N. Of Oakton it. Prospect in 312 364-6415 As a problem for Bosses and a poses a serious threat to reviving sagging productivity and boosting Bottom line performance in the 1980s.�?� a today we see 69 percent of Middle management complaining of eroding authority of seeing too Many decisions made a at the top that up to a year ago were made by them at their level and worse now made by people they say Are unfamiliar with the particular problem a said or. William Schieman a vice president of the Survey firm. A they Middle management clearly resent what they perceive As a front office Retreat to the 1950s, to the a closed door he said. A for the first time we see fewer than half the managers having Good things to say about their Schieman said that More than Ever managers Are talking about Job Security and grumbling about Lack of appreciation or rewards for loyalty and hard work. A on these and other key work place issues their attitudes seem or to parallel similar views held by clerical and hourly workers a he said. Another key finding Schieman said is that almost two thirds of Middle management mention stress and burnout As an Issue citing pressure from on High along with an increasing Pace complexity and intensity in doing business today. Schieman said these workers say they miss a sense of accomplishment that once made their company a Good place to work. Other findings of the Survey included a less than 63 percent of All workers gave their firms High scores for providing Job Security Down from 75 percent to years ago. A fifty percent say Lack of corporate communication within the organization is a a Root cause of sagging morale and declining productivity and 70 percent believe management has lost touch with the rank and file worker. A nearly 75 percent of lower Echelon workers see Little correlation Between Job performance and economic Reward and 53 percent believe they see a a inequities in compensation. A a majority of american workers now come to work each Day believing their wages and pay increases to be a unfair a a Schieman said. A they now question one of the most Basic assumptions that the harder and better you work the faster you la get John Trandel a acne re co1 before Uke the the �fr\cd9c uck _ dub lately re nub10 he cred be a ass s&s6�ig weach885-080� Burg i it i i

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