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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1980, Arlington Heights, Illinois 4�?section 1 Friday May 2, 1980 the daily Herald gov. James Thompson was rewarded with an autographed basketball from the University of Illinois basketball team for supporting the mini this year. Spinning the Ball is Neil Bresnahan a Forward on the team that went to the National invitational tournament. Metropolitan briefs gasoline prices coining Down a bit Chicago a Illinois gasoline dealers Are reducing Gas prices to encourage fuel sales and reduce ample supplies the aaa Chicago motor club reported thursday. A Survey by the club showed the average Price for All grades of gasoline declined in the past two weeks with the sharpest drop in average prices at self serve regular pumps. Dealers told Survey officials they were reducing prices to sell ample Gas supplies. The Survey said 99 percent of the Chicago and downstate dealers reported ample gasoline supplies. Panel asked to probe role of mob Chicago a congressional subcommittee on organized crime has been asked to investigate allegations of mob influence in City Hall and the police department Chicago crime commission officials said thursday. Commission executive director Patrick f. Healy said members of his group met last week in Washington with sen. Sam Nunn d-ga., head of a permanent Senate subcommittee on crime Syndicate activities. Healy said the commission plans to draw up a list of areas that might be examined by the subcommittee. A there Are areas of concern in this City that warrant close scrutiny by the . Senate a Healy said. In addition Healy said the commission will begin its own investigation into allegations of mob influence. Iti pay More for top Talent Byrne Chicago a mayor Jane m. Byrne said thursday she plans to increase the salaries of several Cabinet and department Heads in next years budget to attract top financial experts to her administration. Mrs. Byrne said some of her subordinates soon May take Home More than her $60,000 annual salary but she pledged not to raise her own salary in the fiscal 1981 budget. A top notch financial experts within the administration would enhance the City a relationship with financial institutions and Bond rating agencies the mayor said during taping of the a May radio program a Chicago news conference a to be aired at 9 . Sunday. Utility charged with Bias in pay policy Chicago a Commonwealth Edison co. Was charged thursday in Federal court with discriminating against women janitors by paying them 35 to 50 cents an hour less than their male counterparts. The suit was filed by the equal Opportunity commission on behalf of 48 women who work in two of the firms Loop offices. It accused the company of discriminatory pay policies prior to october 1979. The suit asked for Back pay although no specific Dollar amount was cited. The action is similar to one taken by the commission in april against Peoples Gas Light amp Coke co. On behalf of 49 women custodial workers who sought about $75,000 in Back pay for a 2-year period. A school competency tests unneeded Chicago a a two year study indicates Illinois does not need minimum competency testing for Public school students because most Are learning the necessary Basic skills an official of the Illinois Board of education said. The state senator whose competency testing plan prompted the study however said he is not so sure he agrees. Park Ridge Republican John Nimrod said he plans to continue his fight to guarantee that schools properly educate children. The controversy has been brewing since Nimrod sponsored competency testing legislation in 1978. His Bill would have established a system similar to one in use in Florida where the state sets minimum standards of achievement in learning verbal and mathematics skills and requires students to pass a test before getting their diplomas. Illinois briefs City sued for razing building Champaign a a lawsuit seeking Over $1 million in damages has been filed against the City of Champaign by the owner of an apartment building destroyed by fire last Winter. Randolph Williams alleges the City should not have demolished the Structure. Williams was originally arrested on a charge of arson and murder after the Jan. 2 fire that destroyed new College Hall and left one tenant dead. But he was released after a judge ruled there was not probable cause to hold him for trial. Among other claims Williams is asking $385,000 for a unwarranted destruction of the building and $400,000 to discourage the City from doing the same to other citizens. Deere laying off 775 More workers Moline a Deere and co. Said thursday 775 employees will be Laid off at Iowa construction equipment factories to compensate for the nations slump in construction activity. The announcement brings the total number of recent Deere layoffs in Illinois Iowa and Wisconsin to 1,125. Company officials said they May be forced to announce More. Employees at the plants will be Laid off during the next two weeks officials said. They will include about 700 out of 8,200 employees at a Dubuque factory and about 75 out of 1,400 workers at a Davenport Plant. State oks loan for Chrysler Springfield the Illinois House thursday agreed to finance a $20 million loan to the Chrysler corp. From revenues generated by the state lottery. The guaranteed loan to assist the bailout of Chrysler was sent to the Senate by a vote of 91 to 66 with 89 votes needed for passage. The loan would be the states contribution to a $3.5 billion bailout package to be compiled by Congress the states with Chrysler operations and contract concessions by employees. A a we re not talking about a a and a grocery store Here a said rep. Thomas Hanahan a Mchenry. A we re talking about 5,000 rep. Roger Stanley a Streamwood said his vote for the bailout loan was because the recession May Worsen and increase unemployment through layoffs at firms supplying Chrysler. The original bailout Bill called for the state to Issue Bonds for the loan but that would have required 107 votes for passage because it would have increased the state debt. Opponents of assisting Chrysler warned that it would set a precedent for other businesses coming to the state for funds and pointed to Wisconsin steel As a prime example. The House executive committee approved a Bill thursday morning that would make a $20 million available to Wisconsin steel. Company officials would use the Money to reopen a Plant on the South Side of Chicago. The Plant closed and left 3,500 unemployed following a strike against International Harvester which purchases 40 percent of the Wisconsin steel product. Those area legislators voting against the Chrysler loan guarantee included state representatives John l. Birkin Bine a Northfield Edward Bluthardt a Schiller Park Donald Deuster re Mundelein Virginia Frederick a Lake Forest Ronald Griesheimer a Waukegan May Jeanne a a Dolly Hallstrom a Glenview Doris Karpiel a Roselle Virginia Macdonald Rar Lington Heights Penny Pullen a Park Ridge Betty Lou Reed a Deerfield Eugene Schlickman a Prospect Heights and Donald Totten a Hoff Man estates. Those voting a a yes were Stanley Eugene Chapman Darlington Heights Aaron Jaffe a Skokie Ted Leverenz a Maywood John Matijevich a North Chicago Daniel pierced Highland Park and Jack Williams a Franklin Park. Harold a. Katz a Glencoe and Richard a. 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