Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1971 · Page 11
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Section B Pages 1-8 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Classified Alton, 111., Tuesday, January 12, 1971 Vadalabene blasts GOP Rendleman commended National picture Showers are forecast Tuesday for the West coast. Snow flurries are expected for northwestern coastal areas and the Rocky mountain region. Warmer weather is predicted for the middle of the nation. (AP Wirephoto) Suit would force state officials to shut down Mai EDWARDSVILLE Controversy over operation of the Mai Landfill on Chouteau 'Island near the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge erupted Monday in circuit court here with the filing of a mandamus suit seekng to compel four state officials to "take all necessary action" to eject the city of Madison and its lessors, the Mai Landfill owners and operators, from a seven-acre state-owned tract now being used for landfill purposes. The petitioners, acting on behalf of the people of the state of Illinois, are Chouteau Island Citizens Association (Incorporated), and three nearby property owners in Chouteau Township, Ed Wagner, Ferdinand Segar and Louis Chionko Jr. They named as defendants Illinois Director of Public Works and Buildings William F. Cellini, Illinois Attorney General William Scott, State Director of Public Health Franklyn D. Yoder and Clarence W. Klassen, in his capacity as technical secretary of the air pollution control board. The petitioners, who asked that a separate mandamus writ be issued against each of the defendants, contend that state-owned land is not subject to provisions of the Madison County zoning ordinance and unless the state enforces its duty to "prevent encroachment, purification, contamination . . . and blocking of drainage" there is no way the petitioners can prevent the enlargement of the dump and damage to their property and loss of property values. All four defendants have been asked to take action to eliminate the situation complained of on the landfill site leased from the state, but have refused to do so, the petition stated, In addition to asking the officials to oust the city of Madison and the Mai Landfill owners and operators from the state-owned tract, the petitioners also seek and accounting to the public by the city and landfill operators of all profits accrued from the operation,- or in the alternative that the city and landfill operaors be required to place the grounds back in their original condition. The petition also asserted that valuable land is being taken from the state with no money consideration, and that huge profits are accruing to individuals who are using the land without giving any accounting to the public for such profits. Queen to visit Turks LONDON (AP) - Queen Elizabeth n is expected to visit Turkey soon. A Buckingham Palace spokesman said Sunday Turkey invited her when he made a state visit to Britain in November 1967* and commented: "It is usually the custom for state visits 'to be exchanged". Area weather Partly cloudy and continued cool today. The high 35 to 40. Winds northeast 8 to 15 m.p.h. Considerable cloudiness and little tern • perature change tonight. The low in the low to mid 20s. Partly cloudy and a little warmer on Wednesday. The high in the low to mid 40s. Rockefeller marriage MORRILTON, Ark. (AP) Winthrop Paul Rockefeller Jr., and Deborah Cluett Sage plan to live at Winrock Farms after their forthcoming marriage. The prospective bridegroom, 22, is the son of the Arkansas governor, who leaves office today, and Barbara "Bobo" Sears Rockefeller. They were divorced in 1954. Miss Sage, 20, is the daughter of Louis Davidson Sage of New Canaan, Conn., and Mrs. Nicholas Chryssicopoulos of Athens, 'Greece! She is an employe of a New York public relations firm. 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"Chancellor Rendleman has done a fine and honorable job and should not be castigated, but praised for the manner in which he has operated the Edwardsville Campus,'' Vadalabene declared. Vadalabene also blasted the Republican administration for political exploitation of the investigation into the assets of the late secretary of state. "If there is political gain sought by an opposite party, it ill becomes the chief executive of the state to make himself a party to it." "The governor has seen fit' to make the preservation of an estate an issue so as to detract from the public, the ineffective record of his past two years," Vadalabene said. Meanwhile, while state investigators and the Internal Revenue Service agents were busy trying to unravel the Powell mystery surrounding $800,000 in cash found in shoe boxes and files in his Springfield hotel room, Attorney General William J. Scott delivered a tirade against newsmen for what Scott called misrepresenting his comments about the Powell probe. Scott, during a news con- Corbett co-sponsors bill limiting SIU enrollment SPRINGFIELD - A bill limiting the student population at Southern Illinois University's Edwardsville Campus to 20,000 was introduced Monday in the Illinois House. The bill freezes student population at 20,000 at all state universities and provides that universities with more than 20,000 students should be limited to their present enrollmerit. Rep. James T. Londrigan, D-Springfield, and Jerry Corbett, D-Hardin, cosponsors of the bill, told the Telegraph that the legislation is intended to alleviate problems on large campuses where violence and rioting seems to be prevalent. Smaller universities are more conducive to closer teacher-student - administration communications, the representatives said. Presently, SIU, Edwardsville has a student enrollmerit of nearly 13,000, about 10,000 less than the Carbondale SIU campus. The University of Illinois has a student enrollment of more than 25,000. We Care... About You! SEE THE BEST FOOD BUYS IN OUR VALUE- PACKED WEDNESDAY AD! ...... 3 STORES TO SERVE YOU! 411 Piasa, Alton • Washington Square, Alton 20 W. Edwardsville Road, Wood River HUNDREDS OF PANELS! ALL TYPES ... ALL COLORS! DISCOUNT GUILDLINE PREFINISHED PANELS • GRANADA • ANDORRA • MOROCCAN • SCANDIA • MONTE CARLO ALL 4 FT.xS FT. master charge THF INTERBANK CARD MASONITE PREFINISHED PANELS YOUR CHOICE OF CARAMEL . .. BONE OR AVOCADO SHADES ALL 4 FT.xS FT. We have a full stock of Prefinlshed Mouldings H! Panel Cement And Nails, Too. CASH and CARRY SWIRL PRINT WOODGRAIN PANELS BRANDV KIM BURGUNDY WALNUT AM J CT CHIANTI OAK u * '' MADIERA KIM X8 FT. EMERALD ITT 500 BELLE ST ALTON'S MOST POPULAR PANELING CENTER! ffO I. MOADWAY Off N DAILY f TO I-WU. i MON. f TO I PHONI 445.51*1 ferenec a week ago Monday, implied that an additional $700,000 in negotiable securities were found in the Edwardsville area. Scott's remarks implied that it was a new find. Reporters later determined, however, that. Scott was referring to a sty-week old inventory of Powell's assets found in an Edwardsville bank. The attorney general later changed his story about $700,000 in Powell assets, after the Telegraph revealed exclusively the inventory of the assets. The inventory showed that no new cash hoard was involved. Senator is ailing 203 W. Third St. Alton, III. Phono 485-6067 Businessmen's Special (Menu Tnen. fen. 12 ttira Won., Jan. 18) TUES: SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS WED: FRIED CHICKEN THUR: NOODLES & CHICKEN GIBLETS FRI: FILET of SOLE SAT: B.B.Q. HAM SANDWICH ft COLE SLAW MON: MEAT LOAF Only 99c CAFETERIA OPEN 8 A.M. to 8:80 P.M. (Except Sun.) 1XHJNGE OPEN 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. EVERY DAT? Private Dining Room Available for Parties & Banquets WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Richard B. Russell, who entered Walter Reed Army Medical Center Dec. 8 for treatment of a respiratory ailment, has suffered a setback, an aide says. The aide said Monday an examination of the Georgia Democrat Sunday showed infection had returned to parts of the lower respiratory system. Doctors had thought antibiotics had cleared up the infection. Russell, the 73-year-old dean and president pro tempore of the Senate, has suffered from emphysema for years. The aide said Russell's condition is regarded as serious and that doctors are intensifying his treatment. Telegraph Want Ads get results! bruant 100,000 BTU GAS FURNACE FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY MONJICELLO PLAZA EASTGATE DRUG STORES '499: (installed with ductwork) 125,000 BTU GAS FURNACE 349: WHY PAY MORI? (Irutalltd with ductwork) S & H HEATING 1279 W. 9TH ST. WHY PAY MORI! 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Prepaid Expenses and Other Assets 1969 $79,544,825 4,642,129 344,239 587,100 718,204 1,033,411 82,778 $90,590,974 $86,952,686 $82,836,020 4,694,445 292,367 668,600 963,349 442,224 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts Advance from Federal Home Loan Bank Loans in Process of Completion Tax and Insurance Escrows Other Liabilities Income Deferred to Future Operations Specific Reserves General Reserves and Undivided Profits 1970 $71,644,138 6,910,000 5,547,601 1,055,472 331,411 627,799 38,361 __4,438,W $90,590,974 T ' ' 1969 $69,167,326 5/125,000. 6,111,899 1,347,469 347,171 507,556 72,235 ^ 3,974,029 $86,952,686 HONORARY DIRECTORS EMIL F. HORN Chairman of the Board LAMAR J. MISEGADES Duncan Foundry & Machine Works OFFICERS W. Q. OSBORN, President Executive Officer LYLE F. SEYBERT, Senior Vice President Business Development JAMES R. VANCE, Vice President, Treasurer.. .Certified Public Accountant THOMAS D. NUELLE, Secretary Staff Legal Counsel CHARLES B. WALTERS, Assistant Secretary Loan Officer ELIZABETH L. BISHOP, Assistant Secretary Savings Officer DONALD R. JOEHL, Assistant Treasurer Accounting Officer DIRECTORS VICTOR H. UNTERBRINK Consultant Olln Industries R. S. MINSKER Industrial Relations Manatior, Owens-llilnciik FRANK MORRISON, M.D. Physician, Morrison, Allun & Hardback J.B.JOHNSON, EO.D. Supt. of School!. Alton Community Unit School District #11 GKOWTH STABILITY DWIGHT E. RUYLE Vlco-Prosldent, Peavey Company Flour Mills DENNISOND.FOSIER.JR. President, Fobtor'i Drug Store W. G. OSBORN President INSURED Germania Savings\ and Loan Association 843 Etat Broadway * Alton, Illinois 62002 Phone 618-465-5543 • St. Louit T41-3276

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