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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1999, Arlington Heights, Illinois Page 2/section i the inside Page saturday december 18,1999 oilily he fill Buzz Lightyear and friends head off on a new adventure in a toy Story 2 Disney Pilar tinkering creates new a toy Story by Chris Gennusa billboard publications inc los Angeles a believe it or not the Walt Disney co. And Pilar Are already planning to re release their most recent blockbuster a toy Story 2�?� by As time Early As next week a just so a few a oops yes can be added. Sources at the Burbank studio said that the final reel of the animated comedy will be recut to include bloopers to play along with the film s end credits. Insiders at Disney said that its the studios Way of treating their a toy Story 2�?� audience to something a even More a once you break the $100 million Mark you have a lot of repeat business. Its our Way of thanking those repeat viewers a one source said. A toy Story 2�?� has earned $140.3 million during 24 Days in release. Sources at Disney said the studio plans on rolling out As Early As monday an updated a toy Story 2�?� advertising Campaign heavily promoting the humorous outtakes. The revamped reel could hit Heaters by today the sources said. Disney sources would not put a Price tag on what it Cost to create and subsequently distribute a new reel to the 3,257 screens that the Tom Hanks Tim Allen voiced feature is now playing on across the country. In animated films unlike their live action counterparts bloopers do not come naturally but Are manufactured. Even so artificial flubs and pratfalls can be a major Box office draw. For instance Disney originally Blooper sized the closing reel for a a bugs the critical response to those funny Faux Pas was so overwhelming that the studio re edited a a bugs so final reel and included an additional Batch of blunders before redistributing the film to 2,700 Heaters last december. Sources estimated that the Cost of the a a bugs life revamp was in the $500,000 Range. The videocassette and did versions of a a bugs life also contain the manufactured mistakes which begin several minutes into the end credits. A a bugs life was the first animated feature to contain such phony i Jinks. Newt Dodges court Battle Over divorce associated press Smyrna a. A Newt Gingrich worked out a divorce agreement with his wife of 18 years Early Friday avoiding a potentially embarrassing Public airing of his affair with a 33-year-old congressional aide. The former House speaker and his wife Marianne reached the confidential agreement afer a mediation session that lasted 12 hours. Gingrich 56, separated from his wife in May and filed for divorce in july saying the couples marriage was a irrevocably the Case had grown increasingly spiteful with lawyers for mrs. Gingrich 48, asking questions about the former speakers finances and his affair. 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Box 280, Arlington Heights in 60006 Santa Claus will be visiting Richard Honquest Fine furnishings on sunday december 19. All the Way from the North pole in his Beautiful Sleigh Santa has a special gift for each child. Bring your camera to photograph your child with Santa in his Sleigh. Co 40 the tit a Juji Dis savings spec of Active cont a for dew8 Fine furnishings 8ho� 1960 Barrington re. At Dundee re Barrington in 847-382-1700 visit us on the world wide web at open sundays 12 00-5 00 daily 10 00-5 30 Mon. Amp thurs. Til 9 00 visa Mastercard american express discover Novus or Riff revolving account while supplies last. Picture taken in this setting dog not included. See store for details special Holiday hours Friday december 24 10am 3 pm. Closed december 23 amp 26, closed january i amp top of the morning Spiegler a close to hitting Century mar Woody Allen predicts 2000 will bring a Golden age of film Woody Allen and actress Samantha Morton meet reporters in Paris Friday. A photo Paris a Woody Allen says a a Golden age of Cinema is upon us. Speaking in halting French Allen met Friday with French journalists to talk about his new film a Sweet and Lowdown a due out in that country Jan. 26. A in regards to the Start of the millennium i think Well see the Golden age of Cinema a Allen said. A soon directors will learn How to use new technology to create stories a not just for special Dick dark to Host cd so a answer to a millionaire los Angeles a to personality Dick Clark will join the front lines of the quiz show wars next month As Host of a winning lines a the lbs networks answer to rival Abc blockbuster a who wants to be a millionaire a lbs said Friday. The seemingly ageless Clark who is actually 70, presided Over the pop music series a american bandstand for three chuckle honeymoon the vacation before going to work for a new Boss. Editors note each Day for the last too Days of the 1900s, the daily Herald is taking a snapshot look at one of our institutions a places that have played a key role in bringing us to the Dawn of a new Century. By Kimbriel Granderson 08% Herald staff writer As Des Plaines grew from the turn of the Century so did Spiegler a department store. The 1900 general merchandise store was a fixture in Des Plaines and survived the depression and All else that came its Way. Even during the 1940s with the arrival of strip malls and in the 1970s with the construction of giant indoor malls Spicule re a continued to Prosper. Originally built in the heart of downtown Des Plaines the store later made a Home for itself in the 19708-Era Des Plaines mall. The 24,000-Square-foot Spiegler a store opened As an Anchor tenant when the mall opened in 1977. By then the focus had shifted from general merchandise sales to clothing for people of All Ages. A in terms of total Impact they were very Well thought of a said Joy Matthiessen director of the Des Rossing centuries109 institutions Plaines historical museum about Spiegler a and another longtime business Browne a department store. A they went through an evolutionary thing where they started out As a general store and worked their Way through the years As the stores we knew them a Matthiessen said. Louis Spiegler or. Spotted the site of the stores first location while passing through Des Plaines on his Way to a Hunting trip in 1899. He returned Home to Chicago and told his wife Minnie that he wanted to Start a store. Louis needed More financial support to put the plan into action and called on the help of his brother Benjamin. The two later opened the store As Spiegler Brothers. Four years later Benjamin moved from Chicago and Louis took Over the entire operation until he died in september 1918. Before he died he asked his wife to close the business. But she did no to and instead operated the store her.,self with the help of the couples Chil Spiegler Brothers landmark Des Plaines store opened june 2,1900, Dren. Along Ellinwood Street

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