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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1980, Arlington Heights, Illinois Northwest Arlington Heights Friday May 2, 1980 Section 1�?5 the daily he Aid High Rise Park fee questioned advertisement by Mary poker Herald staff writer the $50,000 Park District donation required from the Developer of two recently approved downtown High rises May not be enough Arlington Heights trustee Pauline Buss contends. A fifty thousand dollars might not be sufficient a mrs. Buss said in urging the Village to reconsider its decision. She noted that the District agreed to that amount in 1978, when the Village approved plans by a different Developer for a single 18-Story building on the same site. Plans approved by the Village Board last month Call for two buildings one to stories the other 13, to be built North of Miner Street Between Dunton Avenue and the Western half of Evergreen Avenue. Because the project is larger than the one approved two years ago mrs. Buss said the developers required donation to the Park District could be larger. She said she wants a special Village committee to be appointed to study zoning in the downtown area and determine a Park site to serve residents there. In approving the new project the Village Board required that the Developer a the Arlington associates general partnership a group headed by Evanston financier Bernard Bell a live up to an earlier agreement with the former Developer calling for a $50,000 donation. Park comr. Kathryn Graham said the District has never met with Bell to negotiate a new donation. A the Market has changed the Park District would have liked More a she said. The District would like to buy land in the downtown area to provide residents there with More Green space she said. However mrs. Graham said she believes the Park District not the Village should determine where and How the donation should be spent. The villages current donation ordinance Calls for developers of residential buildings to donate land to Park and school districts according to a formula based on acreage. If land is not available developers Are required to donate Money instead based on a similar formula. Under the ordinance the Money must be used to buy land for Parks or school Sites to serve the development. Since 1977, a committee of the Vil Lage plan commission has been reviewing ways to make the ordinance More equitable. Among the ideas the commission has considered Are having the formula based on density instead of acreage and allowing the districts to use the Money for capital expenditures like equipment purchases. Plan comr. Michael Silverman said the school districts Haven t been accepting the donations because they done to need land and under the ordinance that Sall they could use the Money for. The Park District does t need More land As much As it needs to develop the land it has he said. A a it a kind of dumb to get More land when they can to improve it a he said. The Village Board will hear mrs. Buss request monday at 8 . At Village Hall 33 s. Arlington Heights re. 2 year old serves liquor 2 year old found serving cocktails in Wheeling. Police make no arrests and Wheeling Village Board approves action. Yes Newberry place a two year old restaurant in Wheeling has finally been issued a full liquor License. Armed with Only a Beer and wine License since opening which they flaunted by serving Over 120 different imported Beers Newberry place has captured the palates of Many. Known for their homemade soups mushroom Barley Cheddar Broccoli Turkey Gumbo Mullig Tawny Etc gourmet salads omelettes steaks and seafood Newberry place at Hintz and Buffalo Grove roads is glad to be Able to fulfil your liquor needs. Clip this and and bring it in for a free drink of your Choice. Advertisement Arlington Busch roadwork under Way work on two Long awaited Highway projects got under Way in Buffalo Grove this week and motorists can expect traffic delays on Arlington Heights Road and 111. Rte. 83 throughout the summer. The realignment of Busch Road with checker drive at the 111. Rte. 83 crossover originally scheduled for the fall of 1978, will permit motorists to Cross the heavily travelled state Highway in a straight line. And the widening of Arlington Heights Road from Lake Cook Road to 111. Rte. 83 will extend that Highway another 1.3 Miles into Lake county. A fall of the roads will remain open during construction a said Public works director Gregory Boysen a although on some occasions travel will be restricted to one Lane. Well probably have some delays but considering the poor Quality of the roads things probably wont be much worse than Herald graphic Lake county and to percent by Buffalo Grove. Street lights and a median strip with decorative shrubbery will be installed when the Road is widened. Village Engineer Richard Kuenkler said most of the construction work for the next month will involve digging a Trench for a storm Center on the East Side of the Roadway. Officials Hope the realignment of checker drive and Busch Road will reduce the number of accidents at that intersection. Buffalo Grove police say the intersection is one of the villages most dangerous because motorists travelling to or from the Strathmore subdivision must turn onto 111. Rte. 83, where the Speed limit is 55 Mph. Drivers going from Busch Road to checker drive must go a Short distance on 111. Rte. 83 before making a turn and autos on the state Road frequently have trouble stopping for the Cross traffic residents say. Accidents near the intersection have increased by 90 percent during the past three years police said because of the additional traffic from new developments in the area. Construction will include adding a left turn Lane on 111. Rte. 83 and realigning Busch Road so it meets checker drive directly. The Village will pay $67,000 of the $263,000 construction costs. The project previously was delayed because of higher than expected costs. Federal Highway Money will finance 70 percent of the $2,735,000 Arlington Heights Road project with 20 percent of the Cost being paid by Arlington Heights daily briefing upcoming events a bicycle touring clinics will be from 7 30 to 9 . May 14, 21 and 28 at bikes plus 1313 n. Rand re. The clinics will include seminars on cycling and camping equipment information on Road repairs a demonstration on packing for a bicycle trip and details on Camp Sites. The Cost is $7 for three sessions. For information Call 398-1650. A the Salt Creek Park District is accepting registration for the 1980-81 school year pre school classes. Two or three Day per week classes Are available for 3 and 4-year-Olds. The Cost is $28 a month for the three Days per week classes and $22 a month for the two Days per week. A non refundable Deposit of one months tuition is needed upon registration. To Register Call 259-6890. A everal High school dist. 214 schools have planned Spring programs including a fiddler on the roof at 8 . May 15,16 and 17 and a concerto concert at 8 . May 20 at Arlington High school 502 w. Euclid ave. A Johnny Belinda at 8 . May 23 and 24 at Buffalo Grove High school Hoo w. Dundee re. And a my fair lady at 8 . May 13 at Hersey High school 1900 e. Thomas the june 1970 class of Kelvyn Park High school Chicago is planning a reunion. For information Call Barbara Bartavis Mach 837-4784 or Diane Uchanski Kacprowicz 980-8824. A the Crane tech old timers annual reunion will begin at 6 . May 9 at the Bismarck hotel. All graduates of Crane High school through 1950 Are invited to attend. For information Call Harold Alex 676-4160 or Sam Zaremski 328-2929. People notes a Frank a. Mleko Arlington Heights was elected As the director of the West Point society of Chicago. A Janice l. Cobe daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth cobe 703 w. Berkley will graduate with honors from Southern Illinois University and attend Loyola dental school in the fall. 3 students to he awarded Pat group scholarships the winners of scholarships granted by the Arlington Heights Council of ptas will be honoured wednesday at the annual meeting of the Council. Three High school students James p. Andrew and Laura Marie fall both of rolling Meadows High school and Lauren Ann Mills of Arlington High school each will receive $550 to continue their education. Pamela Ann Kococinski of rolling Meadows High school was named the alternate Winner. The awards will be presented at 9 30 . At Olive school 303 e. Olive st., Arlington Heights. Include Medicine Cabinet in your Spring cleaning when the warmer weather reminds you Spring has finally arrived and you Are stirred into an energetic round of Spring cleaning Don t forget the Medicine Cabinet. It s unwise to keep prescription drugs Quot on hand Quot after the specific condition for which they were ordered has been cured especially if you be been collecting them for years. You should not take prescription drugs without your doctor s advice self diagnosis can do More harm than Good. The less crowded your drug storage area is the less Chance for a mistake when reaching for a bottle of you prefer you can bring us any drugs you wish to discard and we Ilbe glad to dispose of them safely. A great Many people entrust us with their prescriptions health needs and other pharmacy products. We consider this Trust a privilege and a duty. May we be your personal family pharmacy Harris prescription shop the Friendly family pharmacy 1430 n. Arlington Heights re. Presbyterian Church to begin preschool Ari in ton Heig lits 4 2 80 phone 255-7650 the first presbyterian Church of Arlington Heights will open a preschool program for the 1980-81 school year. Registration now is being accepted for children who will be 3 or 4 years old by dec. I of the school year. Classes for 3-year-Olds will meet from 9 15 to 11 45 . On tuesdays and thursdays. Classes for 4-year-Olds will meet at the same times on mondays wednesdays and fridays. The fee will be $33 a month for twice weekly sessions while the classes that meet three Days a week will Cost $43 a month. Non members of the Church will pay an additional $5 a month. To enrol a child Send $15 to preschool first presbyterian Church 302 n. Dunton ave. For More information Call 253-0595 or 253-2097. The preschool schedule will be similar to that of local schools program officials said. The Church now has a parents Day out program which is similar to a Day care program officials said. The new preschool program is an expansion of the present services with More Structure and an additional emphasis on childhood and academic development the officials said. Preschool classes will be at the Church. J ii disc brakes $89 95 inspect grease seals 2 front disc pads 2 turn amp True rotors 2 new rear Brake shoes 2 turn amp True Drums 2 rebuilt who. Cyl. If needed inspect amp repack bearings inspect hardware adjust brakes add Brake fluid Check Mast. Cyl. Road test car it Arlington hts. Summer school baseball Camp for baseball players Ages 8 thru 12 the 40-hour program will Deal with teaching the fundamentals skills drills playing some games amp daily batting practice. Daily sessions monday thru Friday mornings. Coaches from the area High schools along with guest instructors from the major league teams will be teaching the classes. Two Camps june 16 july 11 or july 14 aug. 8 Choice of 2 sessions 8 30-10 30 or 10 30-12 30 limited registration accepted thru sunday May 25. These classes do not conflict with any Little league. You can be part of both to receive registration form or More information Call 843-8585 ask for Camp director exhaust specialists custom exp asst work if Chrome Slot pipes i Stock brakes shocks thew Elmhurst and Algonquin ads. Des Plaines visa Mast a naive 364-0050 hours Mon. Amp Fri. 8-6, tues., wed., thurs.jl5jo _satjh3_ we re moving in May watch for our new location classified deadlines Mon thru Fri 11 am for next Days insertion 870-3700 Rand and Central Shell in it. Prospect is under new management by your Friendly Shell dealer Tony Portiera we re open for full Auto care service Bob is Back. After 5 years grand opening special. 4 Vin radial tires 4 tires 10o mounted and balanced free while supplies last. Offer ends june 1,1980 Bonus service offer with this and Shell s Best Oil grease Oil filter up to 5 qts. M99 vhf plus tax. Most american cars Only vans 8 pickups $3.00 extra. 255-9434 Rand b Central Shell 1021 e. Central re. 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