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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Arlington Heights, Illinois Daily Herald Lipnisky earns captains Honor on Star squad sports Section 3 new education talks missing urgency Factor Urbanik Back Page paddock publications sunday March 4, 1990 9 sections 75 cents sunday weather partly sunny partly sunny with a High in the Middle or upper 30s Light variable winds becoming South to Southeast around to mph. Tonight increasing cloudiness. Inside peace talks a majority of prime minister Yitzhak Shamire a liked Cabinet ministers saturday reacted favourably to a . Compromise peace talks a Page 3. Strike violence a striking greyhound lines inc. Bus Driver was hit by a coach and killed on a picket line in California saturday on the walkouts second Day a Page 3. Hotel heat a Union representing about i 7,500 Hawaii hotel workers went on strike saturday after talks Over increased wages and benefits collapsed a Page 5. A secret Tunnel South Korea accused North Korea saturday of building a Tunnel through which it could launch a Surprise invasion of 30,000 soldiers a Page 5. Business still going Strong after celebrating its 100th anniversary last year the old Chicago Bridge amp Iron co., now Chi industries inc., Oak Brook is flying into its second Century on the wings of a re surging Industrial sector and a relatively recent addition to its fold a Section 2. Showcase rousing Success after enjoying an extremely successful 35th season the Lyric opera headed by Ardis Krainik is working hard to continue the Quality chicagoan have come to expect a Section 6, Page 3 discovery dutch treat join a suburban family from mount Prospect who spent two years living in the Netherlands a Section 6. Index business/2-1 movies 6-3 classifieds 5-6 obituaries/5-22 crossword 3-9 open House 4-1 discovery/6-1 showcase 6-3 editorials 1-10 sports 3-1 open House Wood goods when it comes to Wood furniture. High Price does no to automatically ensure High Quality. Learn what benchmarks to look for in the a right stuff a Section 4.fat-free ice Cream Hopes for taste of Success by John Mullin daily Herald business writer when Nutrasweet looked for the Best target for a product made with its new fat substitute Simplisse the company picked a big one a americans Sweet tooth. The new simple pleasures Frozen dessert product rolled out on feb. 22, taking aim at an ice Cream Market that topped 1.4 billion Gallons in 1989 and More than $9 billion in sales. It also is a product that has drawn Nutrasweet which previously entered the retail product Market with equal Brand sweetener into the ice Cream business firsthand. Simplisse is made by cooking and blending egg White and milk protein to create a Rich creamy fluid with the texture of fat. A we did a lot of Market research Over a period of time and ice Cream came out first on the list of things that americans would eat More of if they could a said David Morley group vice president and general manager of Nutrasweet a Simplisse unit based in Skokie. Nutrasweet elected to seek food and drug administration approval for use of Simplisse in the Frozen dessert food category first ahead of apparently larger markets such As butter for technical reasons. A the feasibility consideration was an important one a a Morley said. A butter is another matter and trickier in terms of the emulsion. Plus we think ice Cream is the epitome of the consumer whether simple pleasures will be the epitome of Success in its target Market this summer will be up to . Consumers who eat about 45 pints of ice Cream and related products per capita each year. Simple pleasures which the company contends is competitive in taste and Price with super Premium and Premium brands such As Haagen dash and Breyer will face Battles on More than one front. A the Market segmentation that is going on now a with Premium ice creams ice milk Frozen Yogurt Lite ice Cream regular ice Cream a is big which says that there a room for another product a said food Industry analyst Craig Weichmann managing director of consumer product research for Morgan Keegan amp co. In Memphis Tenn. A but this is a totally different Buffalo Grove makes wish list new Library Post office top priority by Amy Carr daily Herald staff writer the convenience of dropping off a letter at the local Post office or running to the Library for a Good Book often is taken for granted. But in Buffalo Grove officials have spent years fighting to bring these common services to town. In the past 40 years the Community has grown from a Small fanning Hamlet to what officials Label a 34,000-population a full service but Many Basic services still Are missing from the Village and officials vow to have them in place this decade. For More than to years the Village Board and Village president Verna l. Clayton have lobbied for a Library and a Post office but their efforts to Date have gone unrewarded. And while the Outlook for a Post office in Buffalo Grove looks Good the Village May never have its own Library. Residents now must travel either to the Indian trails Public Library in Wheeling or the Vernon area Public Library in Prairie View and last month Village trustees renewed a 13-year-old bid for their own municipal Library. But the worm took care of that Book when officials Learned that state Law prevents municipalities within existing districts from forming their own Library. A second option looked More promising. Plans for a new larger building for the Vernon area Public Library Are under Way and trustees jumped on the bandwagon with a Low Cost site offer if the Library Board agreed to move the Buffalo Grove Village president Verna Clayton it pushing for More amenities in the Community. Daily Herald photo Gilbert Boucher what do other towns have that Buffalo Grove does trn a Library. Residents travel to Wheeling or Prairie View to Check out a Book in spite of years of efforts by Buffalo Grove officials to get their own Library. Last week the Village unsuccessfully offered up to six acres at a Cut rate Price to entice the Vernon area Library to build a Buffalo Grove Branch. A a Post office. Most residents use the Wheeling Post office. Buffalo Grove is negotiating now with postal officials and Hopes to Prairie View have a site within six months. A a downtown. After 15 years of debate about that problem the 55-acre town Center a the Village s official Hub comprising town houses and condominiums shopping area and a Small Park a opened in april. A enough pools. Residents in november trounced a Park referendum to build a $5.2 million Quot aquatic see wish on Page 8 daily Herald graphic see fat free on Page 6 Nutrasweet a newest venture. Grenade injures 16 . Soldiers in Panama disco associated press Panama City Panama a two men Yelling a Long live Noriega a threw a grenade into a discotheque frequented by . Soldiers and wounded 27 people including 16 american military men witnesses and officials said saturday. The attack late Friday was believed to be the first such raid on . Servicemen since the United states invaded Panama on dec. 20 and overthrew the government of Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega. One of the americans was reported seriously injured. A i heard something come in that broke the Glass hit the table and then i heard the explosion a said Erie Quintero one of the wounded. A there was a lot of confusion people screaming. People on the a there were people bleeding everywhere a he said. Witnesses said the grenade landed under a table then exploded. It left a Hole about half a Yard in diameter in one of the discos Glass Walls. Lisa Mckay who was outside the discotheque when the 11 30 . Attack occurred said two men drove up one got out and threw the bomb and they then sped away. The men yelled a there goes Noriega Long live Noriega a and threw the grenade she said. Another woman who was going into the disco at the time gave the same account. Panama a judicial technical police in charge of the investigation gave no details but an official said a it was against the he asked not to be identified. No one claimed responsibility for the attack said it. Cmdr. Peggy Black a spokeswoman for the . Southern command. It. Col. Terry Jones said one of the americans was seriously injured. Thirteen others were being treated at the . Military a Gorgas Hospital and two were treated and released he said. Urn i Here was a lot of confusion people screaming. People on the a Erie Quintero wounded in blast three of the la wounded panamanians had serious injuries and were in intensive care a social Security Hospital report said. It said six panamanians were treated and released. Maj. Gen. Marc Cisneros head of the Southern command appealed for help in finding those responsible. A we ask panamanian citizens to free their society of these types of terrorists and criminals. We must work together to bring these criminals to Justice a Cisneros said during a meeting with panamanian police. President Bush said the attack seemed to be a a terroristic action. And it happens regrettably All around the a the process of democratization is still strongly popular in Panama. So i done to know what that was even about but if it was some protest against democracy Why a so be it a Bush said adding that the attack must be condemned by All. Panamanian investigators and . Military police were inside the disco saturday looking through the debris for evidence. The disco my place known to be popular with american servicemen is just off the Busy via Espana Street and a Block from the International banking Center in Panama City. Noriega is awaiting trial on drug charges in Miami where he was taken after gaining Refuge in the Vatican embassy in Panama City Days after . Invasion. He later surrendered to . Authorities. Japan vows to ease . Trade tensions United press Rancho Mirage calf. Japanese prime minister Toshiki Kaifu vowed saturday to a firmly tackle causes of the huge .-japanese Trade imbalance in Pursuit of a a global partnership to promote democracy and Market economies. Winding up a 24-hour Summit in the Sun Kaifu and president Bush promised to attack Root causes of economic tension resulting from Japan a almost $50 billion annual Trade surplus with the United states. Although their rhetorical commitments lacked specifics each professed after two Days of talks among the Palm lined fairways of Morningside country club to be satisfied the political will exists for resolving their economic problems. A nobody Ever goes far enough to do everything exactly the Way we want it a Bush said at a Post Summit news conference. A but i think for those who understand the complexities of this relationship at this juncture we got everything out of this meeting we had hoped with the threat of retaliation hanging Over . Demands for More open japanese markets Bush said the talks left Kaifu a very aware of the consequences of failure a to move Forward in Trade negotiations now under Way. White House press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater said Bush apprised Kaifu of the a considerable protectionist sentiment on Capitol Hill but did not do so in a any threatening in a conciliatory gesture Bush accepted japanese arguments that Trade expansion is a a two Way Street that will require the United states to strengthen its own Economy and take other Steps to compete in world markets. No one had predicted breakthroughs on a set of Complex Trade problems rooted in cultural economic and political differences. Indeed both sides worked to minimize expectations and separate the meeting from frustration produced by the sluggish Pace of talks to remove structural causes of the . Trade deficit with Japan. The determination to avoid serious negotiations was evidenced by the absence of top . And japanese Trade officials from the Bush Kaifu meetings. While specific Trade problems were reviewed Progress was left to others. A i done to know that we need new Bush said. A we just need new Energy on both associated press photo men from six nations line up after ending their trek across Antarctica. Team gets warm Welcome after cold trek associated press Paris a six weary but jubilant adventurers from six nations completed a seven month 3,800-mile trek across Antarctica on skis and dog sleds saturday in the longest a mechanized crossing of the continent. A a it a a dangerous land without mercy a co Leader Jean Louis Etienne of France told French television moments after the team arrived at a soviet base on the Indian Ocean coast. The men were Given a huge loaf of fresh bread and chugged Champagne As the flags of their homelands flapped above them. Besides Etienne the team included american co Leader will Steger of Ely minn., Victor Boyarsky of the soviet Union Geoff Somers of Britain Quin Dahe of China and Keizo Funatsu of Japan. Interviewed on Abc tvs a wide world of sports a Steger was asked what he intends to do now that the journey has ended. He laughed and said a take a a we can relax and join the human race again a he said

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