Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on November 20, 1984 · 21
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Citysuburbs Sect.on 2 Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, November 20, 1934 Leaded eras Lottery winner aslss to share it r Argues 3 relatives helped pay devices cannot burn leaded gasoline well and have smaller gas tank filler pipes to prevent the fuel from being pumped into the cars. Older cars that use leaded fuel generally can also use unleaded gas. UNDER THE Finance Committee action, the taxes on gasoline would be raised from 3 to 4 cents a gallon, on cigarettes from 5 to 8 cents a pack, on beer from 4 to 6 cents a gallon, and on wine with less than' 14 percent alcohol from 12 to 16 cents a gallon. Increased fees also , were approved for reports on various vital statistics provided by county agencies. Most Republican commissioners denounced the tax ordinances, saying that they would result in a loss of businesses and jobs as county residents go to collar counties to buy gasoline, cigarettes, beer and wine. However, Republican Mary, McDonald of Lincolnwood voted for' the cigarette and liquor tax increas-. es because, she said, Cook County Hospital needed more money and some of the health problems of patients in the hospital are caused by cigarettes and liquor. Michael Wittkowski for lucky ticket printer, he said. "I've been doing a lot of nothing," he said. "Just sitting around and watching a lot of TV. There were no Grand Prize winners this week in the $6.6 million Illinois Lottery LOTTO game, officials announced Monday. Because of the rollover, a single , winner next week would receive a minimum of $12 million. ANYONE WHO correctly picked the winning numbers 01-26-31-34-35-44 drawn on Saturday would have received $6.6 million over a 20-year period. There were 292 people who correctly picked five of the six numbers. Each will receive $3,525.50. Another 22,121 correctly selected four of the six numbers. Each will receive $71. all students are required to take that course. But devoting 1 of every 10 periods to guidance activities would mean a loss of nearly four weeks of English instruction in a school year. The task force proposed that the war against dropouts start in the 4th grade by identifying "high risk" children through poor attendance, poor grades and behavior problems. Principals and teachers would be required to develop plans "to help the students attend school regularly and succeed." The report said, "Some students who have dropped out report that it is easy to do so." Bring them So the task force proposed that all principals and teachers be given a checklist of steps to ward off dropouts, including calls to home when students are absent, parent-teacher conferences, counseling sessions with students and parents and referrals to school psychologists, social workers and community agencies. FOR DROPOUTS who want to return, the task force recommended " 10 re-entry centers, each staffed with up to five people. Teenagers would be advised about alternative school programs, and counselors would follow their progress after they return to school. plains n Continued from page I, this section brain damage. The board vote was 10-6 in favor of the ban. Opposing the ordinance were suburban Republicans Bernard Carey, Harold Tyrrell, Joseph Woods, Richard Siebel and Carl Hansen, and Chicago Democrat Mathew Bieszczat. At a board committee hearing last week, an industry spoksman contended that 1,000 gasoline stations at the edge of Cook County would lose 40 percent in sales, which could force them to close, taking with them as many as 4,000 jobs, the spokesman said. Tyrrell argued that the evidence linking leaded gasoline to air pollution is "highly questionable. " He also said that the wording of the ordinance may include a loophole that would exempt trucks. Lead is added to gasoline to improve its performance. New cars equipped with air-pollution control Holiday Continued from page 1, this section pers were four-deep around the perfume counter. "We're expecting a very busy season," said beauty adviser Monica McMillan, 27. ''You can see this is a Monday and we're swamped.'' THE FIELD'S store on State Street also was jammed. "This weekend was a mad rush," said Paige Heid, 21, tending a jewelry counter. Out-of-town shoppers and conventioneers helped account for a spurt rave Memphis $70.00 Indianapolis $30.00 Cincinnati $46.00 Dayton $46.00 thmie By Dave Schneidman MICHAEL WITTKOWSKI. the $40 million lottery winner, asked the Illinois Lottery Control Board Monday to amend his claim form' to include three family members as co-winners. Wittkowskl said his father, Frank; his sister, Eileen; and his brother, Daniel, deserved to be named as winners because they helped pay for lottery tickets. The board agreed to assign a hearing officer to hear the case and to appoint a committee to make recommendations for the handling of such cases in the future. Wittkowski, 28, said he signed the original claim form after his big win last Memorial Day weekend under pressure from the media and the "40,000 Klieg lights" of photo Dropouts Continued from page 1, this section the percentage of all high school students who quit in a single school year. This results in a much lower percentage than a statistic based on the number of students who started school but failed to graduate. , The task force urged that both methods be used. ' Another no-cost proposal, but one that would rob students of regular classroom instruction, is to require Rice Continued from page 1, this section ,42 percent of the city's proposed corporate budget for next year, saying, "We feel confident that we can continue to provide all essential services and keep constant or in-, crease the number of police officers providing patrol service. I must emphasize this point the number of police officers on patrol in beat cars In the neighborhoods will not be reduced in 1985." He said there are 11,952 officers on the department's payroll, and it is expected to be trimmed to 11,500 through attrition by the end of 1985. Burke, also a former policeman, said: "What's astonishing about the mayor's proposed cuts is that less than two years ago, as a candidate. Royalty Continued from page 1, this section were displayed pictures of prominent Luxembourgers or descendants such as tennis player Chris i Evert-Lloyd and L.M. Kieffer, de- scribed as a frequent correspondent jwith The Luxemburger Gazette ! "who made a fortune in the furni-! ture trade in Philadelphia." Prince Jean revealed that he liked Chicago. "It is an agreeable city, with much more open space than New York," he said, and he had particularly enjoyed the view from the John Hancock Center. Their Royal Highnesses, of course, refrained from comment to the press. Spokesman Claude, however, confided that "they love museums," although they surely love many other things equally. THANKSGIVING NOW YOU CAN OWN A BALDWIN FOR down to earth. With Greyhound's everyday low prices on every seat for every schedule. graphers and television camera operators recording the event. APPARENTLY NERVOUS in his first public appearance in several months, Wittkowski explained that his father, sister and brother "split the cost of the lottery tickets with me since we began playing." The problem over the signing of the claim form has prevented Wittkowski from picking up his first check. Under the terms of the lottery, Wittkowski is entitled to receive gross winnings in the amount of $2 million annually for 20 years. Lottery Control Board President Jim Jackson said Wittkowski's first check after taxes amounts to $1.55 million. SINCE WINNING the lottery. Wittkowski has quit his job as a group guidance sessions in all freshman and sophomore high school English classes. Such sessions would be once every two weeks and taught by , the classroom teacher and a counselor. "Students who drop out often feel that no one cares about them. They feel alienated from teachers and peers," the report said. 1 "Group guidance sessions that are built into the regular school program will provide an opportunity for dropout-prone students to express their needs and to develop positive relationships with the counselor and with other students." ENGLISH WAS chosen because Harold Washington stated that 1,000 officers would De added to the department. But after two years in office, Mayor Washington will reduce the force by more than 1,000 police officers." To make up for this reduction, Rice said, the department plans to hire 98 civilians to perform lock-up duties, relieving sworn officers for street patrol. Rice also said he expects that beginning next year, state police will assume the responsibility for patrolling expressways within the city. He said this would free up an additional 150 police personnel for patrol duties. Towing operations will be contracted out to private firms at a saving of some $5 million to- the city, he said. Burke contended that no final agreement had been reached about a state police takeover of the expressway patrol. ATTENTION ALL SPIES!! Are you buggsd? The latest, most exotic fames Bond electronics have now arrived at. CCS Communication Control Inc. NIGHT VISION VIEWING SCOPES let you see in total darkness. BOMB DETECTORS "sniff out" explosive vapors. POCKET SIZED TRANSMITTER DETECTORS protect your privacy MINIATURE TAPE RECORDERS preserve your business meetings. Choose from our cornucopia of these miniature electronic marvels and more . . . at the store where "James Bond Shops" (as quoted in Fortune Magazine) Conlacl Mt Posl ( CCS Communication Control Inc. 320 N Michigan Ave.. OHMgo. Ill- 60601 (312) 7264998 HOLIDAY SALE!!! Baldwin Piano & Organ Company. Jf. per mo of early shopping, according to a spokesman for the Greater North Michigan Avenue Association. Monday night was hectic for the Department of Streets and Sanitation and police. Despite the fact that trucks spread salt onto the highways by 8:30 p.m., there was a "rash" of accidents especially on overpasses that had iced over said Charles Smith, of the traffic enforcement division of the Chicago Police Department. 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