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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Arlington Heights, Illinois Weekend Leisure showcase Sec. 4, page5 a sports is version offers a taste of colourful culture movie review Laura stars in a smooth talk Sutcliffe woes homers spell defeat for cubs Mound Doc me daily Hera Arlington Heights edition i 114th year a 209 a paddock publications Well done meat May be cause of cancer from Herald news services los Angeles a hamburgers that Are broiled or Fried Well done contain six chemicals that May cause mutations chromosome damage or cancer in rodents scientists said Friday. The $2 million six year study at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory found the Well done ground beef contains three newly discovered mutagens and three known mutagens. Two other mutagens also were found but they have not been identified or tested in animals. Two of the three previously known mutagens Are known to cause malignant tutors in mice and rats said senior biomedical scientist James s. Felton. The risk to humans from any of them remains unknown the scientists said. Mutagens Are compounds that change genetic material in cells and sometimes can cause cancer in animals said Felton who presented his findings Here at the annual meeting of the american association for cancer research. Sperm and egg cell mutations and damage to chromosomes which determine inherited traits can cause birth defects. Arthur j. Miller head scientist at the . Department of agriculture research Laboratory in Philadelphia said previous studies have found traces of unidentified mutagens in other Well done muscle meats including other beef cuts pork Chicken and fish with spins although not in shellfish or Organ meats like liver. Felton said the compounds a could be a Factor in the High Colon cancer rates in this country because of the High amounts of meat we a if people want to hedge their bets just done to Cook the meat to shoe leather a he added. A a done to Cook it Well Lawrence Garfinkel the american cancer society a vice president of epidemiology and statistics in new York said eating Well done meat a May increase the risk of human cancer but so far we have no evidence that it a overcooking has not been implicated in any human health problem at this Point a said George Wilson vice president for science at the american meat Institute a Trade group in Arlington a. Wilson said avoiding Well done muscle meat a seems to be Good advice both from a safety standpoint and a palatability but he warned that eating undercooked meat can result in meat borne diseases such As trichinosis and salmonellosis. Saturday May 10,1986 5 sections�?25 cents gov hauls Road funds to suburbs still in the Saddle As Ken a a Hawk Harrelson looks on White sox manager Tony Larussa meets with reporters Friday. Harrelson the director of baseball operations an Herald photo by Dave Tonge bounced that Larussa would be staying with the team after More than a week of speculation that the manager would be fired. See sports. By Dave Urbanek of our Springfield Bureau Springfield the Long awaited Extension of route 53 from Dundee Road to Lake Cook Road and a new interchange on route 53 at Rand Road highlight More than $56 million in state Road projects scheduled for the Northwest suburbs in the coming year gov. James r. Thompson announced Friday. Also included in the proposed 1987 Road program is preliminary engineering work on the expansion of the Arlington Heights Road interchange at the Northwest tollway and on the proposed Elgin of Hare expressway Between the Airport and Barrington Road in Hanover Park. With most work scheduled to begin after july i when the new fiscal year begins Thompson said More than $875 million will be spent to improve 860 Miles of Highway and repair 310 Bridges across Illinois. In the next five years under the state Road program More than $3.8 billion will be spent to rehabilitate about 3,710 Miles of Roadway and 1,130 Bridges. A the thrust of the proposed five year Road program is the same As it has been in the past several years to fix our existing roads and Bridges to protect the billions of dollars invested in the total Highway network Over Many years a a Thompson said. While the Road program must pass the scrutiny of the general Assembly this Spring few changes Are usually made in individual projects. Thirty Northwest suburban projects Are scheduled to be funded this summer. They include a a $10.9 million project to Complete the half mile of route 53 from Lake Cook Road to a Point where the existing Highway ends just South of Spring Ridge drive and West of Arlington Heights in Palatine township. Officials in several villages surrounding route 53 have urged the state to Complete the Highway As far As Lake Cook for several years in order to relieve traffic on Lake Cook Dundee Road Rand Road and Arlington Heights Road which is normally very heavy during Rush hours currently All North bound traffic on route 53 can Only go As far As Dundee Road. A a it a a Surprise a a said Long Grove Village administrator . A a Cal Doughty. A a in a sure the administrators of the Village in the area will be very pleased. It s something All of the communities in this area have pushed for for a Long time because of the traffic problems on several a spending $6.5 million to build a half interchange at route 53 and Rand Road enabling southbound cars on Rand Road to exit South onto route 53, and permitting northbound route 53 traffic to exit onto Rand. Part of the route 53 improvements the half interchange was first planned in 1981. A spending $750,000 this year for preliminary engineering work on an expansion of the partial interchange at Arlington Heights Road and the Northwest tollway Between Arlington Heights and Elk Grove Village. Continued on Page 3 khad Afy a latest line is fire then death from Herald news services London libyan Leader col. Moa mar khad Afy said his country intends to build a a line of fire across its coast with i million armed men and women and vowed if americans tried to invade a they will Burn they will libyan television reports thursday night monitored by the British broadcasting corp. Said khad Afy also threatened War against any Arab nation that permitted the Mediterranean based . 6th Fleet to visit. In Cairo a libyan opposition Leader said the april 15 . Air attacks on Tripoli and Benghazi destroyed four military Barracks and 50 warplanes and killed 330 people mostly military personnel. The libyan government said 45 people died in the . Raid but Western diplomats believe As Many As too people May have been killed. Two . Airmen died. The opposition Leader Abdel Ham id Al Banoush Leader of the front for the salvation of Libya also said none of khad Afy a family was injured in the attack contradicting the libyan leaders own reports that an adopted daughter was killed and two sons were w funded. A it is not True at All that any Mem Ber of khad Afy a family was injured in the Al Banoush said. A Okha Day invented this to make the libyan people believe that he was sharing with them the consequences of american Al Banoush in the interview published by the newspaper Al ashram predicted an escalation of libyan terrorism and a More violent american reaction that would Force the libyan army to overthrow khad Afy a regime. Khad Afy who has been quiet since the . Attack said he would create a a line of fire and confrontation line from coastal Turuk in the East to a Warah in the West. A if the americans land on the libyan coast they will Burn they will die a he said. Khad Afy said he was asking each of the i million libyans to buy a soviet made ak-47 Kalashnikov automatic Rifle to be purchased abroad or manufactured at Home for use on the a line of Al Banoush a former libyan prime minister who lives in Egypt advised the americans to hit libyan oilfields to deprive khad Afy of his a Only he said khad Afy spends $300 million annually from libyans Oil in come to fund terrorist groups worldwide and another $300 million on terrorist training Camps inside Libya. The Spanish government accusing Libya of financing extremists in that country ordered the arrest Friday of a senior army officer who met with khad Afy to seek support for right Wing activities in Spain. The government also ordered Saed Mohamed assalam Esmael the Consul general of the libyan Mission in Madrid to leave Spain before Midnight for his role in arranging the meeting Between it. Col. Carlos Meer de Ribera and khad Afy in late january. School pulls plug on a rated movie by Joan Fleischer Herald staff writer teachers and students at Elk Grove High school say they Are being censored by Hall monitors who halted the showing of an a rated movie this week during an arts unlimited film festival. A was a Parent a resident of Elk Grove Village and a District 214 employee i want to let parents be aware of what a happening in their child a school a said Ida Bruzzino one of the Hall monitors who complained about the movie. A we As parents were against that film.�?�. Students and teachers at the Northwest suburban High school District 214 school wore Black armbands for two Days this week in protest. Bruzzino a sister Judy who also works As a Monitor at Elk Grove alerted school administrators tuesday during a showing of a qua a Rophenia that nude scenes and foul language were on the screen. Dean of students Harold l. Henson then walked into the school theater and ordered first year teacher John Bottiglieri to Stop the film about 20 minutes into its showing. A i was worried about my Job and in a still concerned a said Bottiglieri. A it was my decision to show i picked it because this film was done with intelligence. It shows the youth of English working class in 1965 and How drugs and violence can destroy a Young Junior and senior film study students from three other District 214 schools a Buffalo Grove Hersey and Wheeling a had joined film students at Elk Grove for the film festival. A it Wasny to the Best movie. It had a lot of drugs swearing and drug scenes a Sophomore Pamela Logan said. A it was interesting and i wanted to see How it ended. I done to think it was right to just Stop it. Twenty million americans have Cable television and see worse every school principal Edmund w. Phelps supported Henson a decision to Stop the film. A if i had seen it i would not have let it go a Phelps said. A what Hal Henson did was right he made the right decision on the Side of conservatism. Parents have a right to have their children but Richard w. Calish division head of English and Fine arts and coordinator of arts unlimited said he strongly objects to the cancellation. Vegetables dumped. Trash collectors in West Berlin one wearing protective clothing unload a truckload of fresh vegetables Friday at the wan see garbage dump. The produce which reported higher Levels of radiation has been ordered destroyed or removed from the smother reactor fire from Hor Ald nows services Moscow officials of the . Atomic Energy Agency said Friday that radiation still leaks from the chernobyl nuclear Power Plant but soviet firefighters have smothered the fire in its Graphite Core and will attempt to a men Tomb the stricken reactor in Concrete for a years Long Cooling process. Morris Rosen an american who is the United nation s Agency a nuclear safety director described the soviets coordinating the cleanup As a competent and Rosen Hans Blix chief of the International atomic Energy Agency and the . Agency a soviet Deputy director Leonard Konstantinov flew half a mile from the damaged reactor thursday after being briefed on the Accident by soviet officials. A there Are relatively Little radioactivity releases now and the temperatures in the no. 4 reactor Are decreasing. The situation appears to be stabilizing a Rosen told a news conference Friday. An explosion and fire in the reactor at the ukrainian Plant april 26 spewed an invisible radioactive Cloud Over Europe that gradually has been working its Way around the world. Rosen said the fire in the reactors Graphite Core was smothered with Sand dropped from helicopters while soviet engineers tunnelled under the reactor pouring Concrete that a even continued on Page 3 saturday in the Herald White sox indians 4 3safebet revelation in a secretly tape recorded conversation the former chief of Cook county a vice control unit urged a Northwest suburban bookmaker to maintain ties with the brother of one of the Chicago areas most influential mobsters a Page 3�?~heartless�?T aids Bill the chairman of the states aids advisory Council called proposed amendments to aids legislation a a heartless a Page 4herschel Bernard Dies Herschel Bernardi Best known for his Broadway role As tevye in a fiddler on the roof a died in his sleep of a heart attack on thursday. He was 62 a Page i economic forecast the Economy should be on the upswing for the next two years but some voiced uneasiness on several fronts a sect. 2, Page i Index weather on Page 2

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