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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1999, Arlington Heights, Illinois Daily Herald Page 2 Lauryn Hill Faff. Sports Schaumburg hits High note scores hoops at grammy 1 Mil title c6paddock publications a 127th year no 134 thursday february 25,1999 6 sections 50 cents thursday weather its still Winter partly sunny and Wanner with the High in the lower 40s. Light northerly winds. Tonight will be fair with the Low around 30 a Back Page. Sports Depaulos Lamar Butler and Willie Coleman 34 try to Corral Dukes Trajan Langdon. Duke Rolls on Trajan Langdon scored 25 Points to Lead no. I Duke past Depaul 96-64 wednesday night before 22,180 at the United Center a Section 2. Wood hospitalized cubs Pitcher Kerry Wood was hospitalized wednesday after the no Rookie of the year missed his third straight Day of workouts because of a lingering illness a Section 2. Business is Bonanza hundreds of companies Are trying to strike it Rich As internet service providers a the links Between computers and the world wide web a Section 3. Constable Burt believes Many political issues embraced by conservatives today Are religious issues and should be private matters Between sinners and their god and not Public Laws Back Page. Index bridge/6-Io lottery/1-3 business/3-1 movies/4 5 classifieds/6-1 obituaries/3-1 comics sect. 5 police sect. 5 crossword/6-10 stocks/3-3 editorials/1-14 television/4-4 horoscope/6-10 weather/1-16 suburban living childhood there a one undisputed truth about Jeanine Nicarico a murder. No one has paid for the childhood stolen from the 10-year-old Naperville girl. And As such no one has been held accountable for the innocence they snatched from her Best Friend Julie sevening. For the first time a on the 16th anniversary of Jeanine a death a sevening shares her Story. By Stacy St. Civ in daily Herald staff writer the knot swelled in Julie sevening a stomach As she listened to the radio. The sensation often arose when she listened to news stories about Jeanine Nicarico but this time it seemed unbearable. In the Wake of Rolando Cruz a 1995 acquittal a talk show Host was holding a mock telethon to ease the former death Row inmates return to society. It repulsed sevening then 23, to hear Jeanine a murder used As fodder for a radio bit. Overwhelmed by anger disgust and sadness she picked up the phone and dialled the station. She would Honor the memory of a slain 10-year-old girl even if the rest of the world trampled on it. A i want to go on the air a she told the shows producer. A who Are you a he asked. A i was a she answered a a Jeanine a Best locked in Amber its difficult for outsiders to realize the Bond see Jeanine on Page 6 a we All know a girl who we loved so much. She a in a Safe place and our hearts she has a Julie sevening age 11 Jeanine Nicarico in family snapshots. Above aboard Eagle and at left the girl with the Gap toothed Grin. Photos Courtesy of Pat and Tom Nicarico proposed shopping Center targeting blighted Comer supported by panel by Jon Davis daily Herald staff writer the amount of land in Arlington Heights devoted to shopping centers Likely will grow by almost 5 acres. Plans to expand the Annex of Arlington shopping Center on to the Corner of Arlington Heights and Rand roads won a unanimous endorsement wednesday night from the villages plan commission. The 4.8 acre Extension would add a Barnes amp Noble Bookstore and other National names to a Corner Long deemed blighted by Village officials. The commissions recommend Hon now goes to the Village Board for final approval. That vote will come before trustees no earlier than their March 15 meeting said Charles Witherington Perkins director of planning and Community development. About 7,000 Square feet of the original malls easternmost Wing will be torn Down to provide a smoother fit with the new 53,000-Square foot addition. The annexes newest Wing should be ready for customers by nov. I said David Harvey senior vice president with Annex of Arlington Developer a amp a Wilkow. Barnes amp Noble will Anchor the new space which will include at amp to wireless Hollywood video panera bread and hallmark card shops. The new shops will be serviced by a rear Access Roadway which worried residents of the adjacent enclave who noted that Road will pass within 25 feet of some Homes bedrooms. Harvey sought to allay those concerns by agreeing to Plant additional Trees to screen Homes from the shopping Center. Moreover new Annex tenants will get their deliveries from ups Type trucks not semis and delivery hours will be restricted he said. Plans for the Annex expansion began in 1994, one year before Village officials created a tax increment financing District at Arlington Heights and Rand roads in Hopes of spurring commercial a redevelopment agree ment the Village and Developer split the land acquisition costs which included purchasing a dental office dry cleaner and the Pines Motel. Hastert says gop May top limit on spending Dennis Hastert associated press Washington a the new House speaker signalled wednesday that republicans might exceed spending limits enacted two years ago with president Clinton placing the gop in the politically ticklish position of evading strictures aimed at shrinking government. A a in a not saying we re going to bust them or not bust them a speaker Dennis Hastert a Yorkville Republican told reporters. Some top Republican aides went further saying that in private consultations the House gop seemed to be moving toward surpassing the spending limits for fiscal 2000 by billions of dollars. The aides said no decision has been made. In addition House appropriations committee chairman Bill Young a Florida Republican has told gop leaders the limits will probably have to be exceeded to increase defense and other Republican priorities and to ensure that spending Bills will pass the House later this year. The budget Clinton sent Congress this month claimed to obey the limits for fiscal 2000, which begins oct. I. But republicans have accused him of breaking those Caps by paying for extra expenditures with higher tobacco taxes user fees and other savings. The spending Issue is among several in which Clinton a budget attempts to Corner republicans As Congress begins crafting a 2000 budget. He has proposed using hundreds of billions of dollars in projected budget surpluses to Shore up social Security and medicare two widely supported programs daring them to use some of that Money for tax cuts the gop wants. A the has a habit of trying to put us in a Box on every Issue a said rep. Saxby Chambliss a Georgia Republican and a senior member of the House budget committee. A a we be just got to work through for years. Republicans have made reducing the size of government a philosophical Tenet. They won billions in cuts after taking control of Congress in 1995, but spending has since crept upward. Last fall they acceded to Clinton a demands for extra spending and added some increases of their own to produce a session ending measure that exceeded 1999 budget limits by $20 billion. This year Many republicans Are concerned that staying within the limits for 2000 would entail cutting popular programs and perhaps a risky budget fight with Clinton. In addition both parties want to boost the Pentagon a budget making it even harder to stay within spending limits. A the world changes every Day a said rep. Jerry Lewis a California Republican and chairman of the House appropriations committees subcommittee that oversees military spending. A we can to pretend we re operating in a rigid ainu to Over a til the last Flake flies sure its nearly March and Spring is just a few weeks away but no one really thought Winter would slip past without at least one More snowfall. Nick Fredona 13, of Arlington Heights got caught delivering newspapers As a late afternoon storm wednesday coated the ground throughout the Northwest suburbs. Daily Herald photo Joe Lewnard god and survivors in a the last Days a the Academy award nominated documentary Irene Zisblatt above is one of five survivors telling How they endured the nazis devastating 1944 Campaign against hungarian jews. Barbara vitello a daily Herald staff writer recently spoke with four of the survivors profiled and asked them the same question a where was god a a Section 4.Philip people support executions even with errors chief says Senate unlikely to put end to death penalty by Don Thompson and Travis Akin daily Herald staff writers Springfield a Illinois Senate president James a a Patel Philip said wednesday most people support the death penalty even if innocent people have been executed and he doubts the Senate will agree to a halt. That puts More pressure on gov. George Ryan As options narrow for reviewing the states death penalty Law. Illinois chief Justice Charles Freeman already concluded the state supreme court would be overstepping its Bounds by stopping executions. No moratorium is Likely unless Ryan takes the Lead a spokesman for democratic House speaker Michael Madigan of Chicago predicted wednesday. Otherwise a you end up in a situation where you re going to have a lot of sort of political bickering people wary of How their votes might be used against them a said Madigan spokesman Steve Brown. Ryan still plans to consider options and talk to experts said spokesman Dave Urbanek. Like Philip Ryan believes most people support the death penalty Urbanek said but he disputed the suggestion any innocent person has been put to death in Illinois. Philip said Senate republicans Are unlikely to support a ban even though la Illinois inmates have been freed after years awaiting execution for what later were ruled to be James a a Patel wrongful convict Philip tons. Senate democratic Leader Emil Jones of Chicago is among those calling for delaying executions until All pending cases can be reviewed. While a we probably have made some mistakes since the death penalty was first imposed a a you be got to remember that a in 181 years since Illinois first became a state. A a it a terrible to have anybody on death Row put to death wrong but 181 years that a a Long time a Philip said. A i certainly Haven to had my telephones ringing off the Hook or letters from people. Most people in Illinois Are very much in favor of the death penalty a said Philip of Wood Dale. A i think most of the see death on Page 4 a 6. Religion and politics

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