Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 28, 1970 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, December 28, 1970
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Alton Telegraph Monday, Dec. 28, 1970 FOR GREAT DELIGHT START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT Best Deal Of All - Big Hearted Paul!! LEAN FRESH TENDER PORKSTEAK39" Fresh Tender I End Tender PORK BUTT .. 39c» PORK CHOPS . 2 $1 WHOLE 8 to 10-Lb. Avg. BONELESS HAMS 89° Whole Fresh I Whole HOG HEADS . . 29c FRESH HAMS . 59c itb. YOUNG TOM TURKEYS 12-15 Ib. Avg. 291 CUDAHYS THRIFTY SLICED BACON 2 HORMEL PORK CHITTERLINGS 10 ib. Pail $O99 2 PACKERS LABEL IB f^ WHOLE SMOKED HAMS 49 Champion Brand I Tasty Tender Yearling WHOLE HAMS.. 59c | BEEF LIVER . . 39c New Years Parry In The Shell I New Years Favorite Smoked SHRIMP . . 2 L*2" COD FISH . . 89c C Limit 2 Boxes NEW YEARS EVE PARTY SPECIAL WAFER SLICED BOILED HAM . $ 1° 9 '"• Meadow Gold I Meadow Gold 2% Viva . . «£" 79c Whole Milk . 89c GoF. Fresh Buttermilk Block Oleo . .. 5 $11 Biscuits . . KAS Reg. 69c I Kraft's Potato Chips 59c M . | Chip Dips . 4 ££. $ I Paramount I Flavor Kist HOT Q' 5 °':*1 OYSTER TAMALES . w ' CRACKERS . 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Legal maneuvering by attorneys from Alton and Colltosvifle has apparently kept two Alton area youths from coming to trial on drug charges stemming from an arrest over eight months ago, the Telegraph has learned. Bruce Wayne Tinsley of Godfrey and Ronald Edwin Stretcher of Alton were arrested April 13 in Roxafia as they left the post office with a package containing 498 pills later anaylzed as lysergic acid, commonly called LSD. So far, attorneys for both yotmg men have managed to delay any trial on the charge, which was earlier redirect! from a felony to a misdemeanor. A check of court records in the Edwardsville office of Magistrate William Johnson, who is hearing the case, shows motions on both boys' behalf filed last month to dismiss the case because of a village ordinance relating to a stop sign the boys apparently did not stop for after getting the package. Tinsley's attorney, M. Cart Runge, Jr. of Collinsvffle and James Almeter of Alton, FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY MONTICELLO PLAZA EASTGATE DRUG STORES representing stricter, asked Johnson to study the village ordinance relating to a stop sign at the intersection of Tydemann and Chaffer. Roxana Officer Harold Hicks testified he stopped the boys' car because of the stop sign violation and found the pills while searching the vehicle. He made the statement during a preliminary hearing in the case. 4 A source close to the case said Hicks waited for the stop Sigh violation before stopping the car.. The source said Hicks knew he would be asked why the car was stopped, but that the officer did not want to reveal the source of a tip the pills would be arriving at the post office. Judge Johnson told the Telegraph Tuesday he had expected a copy of the village ordinance on the stop sip at the end of November, and is still waiting for the copy to rule on the motion. Roxana Police Chief Roscoe Duncan, informed by a reporter of the fftotlon said: "weB, ttobrjdy , told me anything about any discussion coming up over that stop sign." Describing the police department's frustration in the case, Duncan said Hicks had wasted time in the courthouse waiting for the case that never came up. "He .was there on sevearl occasions and they had postponed the thing. They didn't bother to tell him until he got over there." In another attempt to get his client off the hook, Almeter filed a motion Oct. 2fl to have the case against Streicher dismissed because the package was addressed to Tinsley. That motion is also still pending. Duncan said to his knowledge the case had been scheduled for trial "half a dozen times," but has never come up. Motions by the de fense attorneys have demanded Johnson's time in study and decision. Political expediency in the case was charged during the summer; Tffisley's father Clifford, was the Republican candidate for county school superintendent and the state's ' attorney's office, which would prosecute the case, is the only Republican office in the courthouse. A spokesman in the office then assured a telegraph reporter the case would come up before the November elections, but that since both boys had asked for jury trials, the case would be postponed at least until September because ho jury trials are held during the summer. A jury trial is still in the offing, and the election past, but the date for the trial has not been set. During the summer, the .charge was still being treated as a felony, and was to be prosecuted by R o b e rt Trone, chief prosecutor in the state's attorney's office. Trone said it was no longer in his hands since it had been reduced to a misdemeanor. He added he did not know was ftfflt to charge of the prosecution, because other assistant prosecutors move from case to ease, aid cited the figure of 100 cases a week each in the Edwardsville, Alton and Granite City magistrates' courts. Duncan said the lawyers for both Tinsley and Streidter were "trying to get the case dismissed because of, illegal procedure (by potiee) to stopping these people." He said the stop sip is irrevelant to the drug charge. the boys were charged With possession of a depressant or stimulant drug, a misdemeanor oh first offense and a felony on subsequent arrests. Neither boy has a record of arrests 4or drug violations. The charge, according to legal experts interpreting 1969 statutes, carries a fine of between $100 and $1,000 or a prison term of up to one year or both as a misdemeanor. 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