Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 7
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August 23, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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A«8 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, August 23, 1972 McGovern arrives Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Chicago hotel lobby Tuesday. McGovern George McGovern shakes hands with a was in Chicago to speak at the Legion's member of the American Legion in a convention. (AP Wirephotn) Scouts set aside utility board's request to construct sewer line The executive board of the Piasa Bird Council of Boy Scouts set aside a request. Tuesday night by the Godfrey Utility board for permission to construct a sewer line across the northeast corner of Camp Warren Lcvis in Godfrey. Several board members asked for a more complete report on the project, after the utility board proposed a $1 a year lease of a strip of land 30 by 800 feet. The proposed sewer line would connect the Rocky Fork sewage logoon with the Monticello lagoon, and app a r e n 11 y would prevent overflowing of (lie Rocky Fork lagoon into a creek that leads into the lake at the camp, which has been Jacobv 011 bridge By OSWALD & JAMES JACOBY NORTH 23 4Q VQ743 • K10876 *AQ10 WEST EAST AKJ92 48654 VJ865 V92 • 42 4Q53 #743 #KJ85 SOUTH (D) 4A1073 VAK10 4AJ9 + 962 North-South vulnerable West North East South 1N.T. Pass 2* Dble 24 Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 7 The only real disadvantage of the Stayman two-club convention is that an alert opponent may double the artificial two-club bid for lead directing purposes. Not that we approve of East's double of two clubs with only four clubs to the king-jack. Should South have elected to pass and North to redouble, North would have made at elast two odd and probably managed to collect an overtrick but South did bid two spades and was promptly put in three no-trump by North. Three no-trump did not f;'re very well. South finessed dummy's 10 of clubs at trick one. Back came a spade with West's king dropping dummy's singleton queen. Another club finesse saw dummy's Law for today queen dropping to East's king. Back came a spade. South's 10-spot finesse was covered by West's jack and a third club was led. Dummy's ace had to be played. Soufh went after diamonds by the normal play of leading to his acs and finessing the jack. That lost to the qucpn and East cashed his last club for two tricks down. If South had stopped to think at trick one he would have brought, home his contract in spite of losing the diamond finesse. He should have gone right up with dummy's ace of clubs and gone after diamonds at trick two. East would take his queen and lead back a spade but South would clatter with his ace and cash out his red suit winners. Four diamonds plus three hearts plus two black aces would come to the ma^ic number of nine. The bidding has been; Went North East Soafh IV Dbto Pass 2V Dble Pass Pass $• Pass 3V Pass 3* Pass 4* Pass 4 + Pass 44 pass ? You, South, hold: 48743 V2 4AK94S*7<J2 What do you do now? _A—Pass. Tour partner has either gone crazy or is trying to get to a spade slam. Your spades are too weak for any further bid. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding four spades, your partner has bid four hearts over your four diamonds. What do you do now? Answer tomorrow polluted by sewage that has flowed into it. Scout Executive Robert Hanawalt told the board the sewer line possibly could help rid the lake of pollution, but several board members were concerned as to the affect the line would have if the council decides to sell the camp. One board member said the land could never be used if the council would grant and easement to the utility board. Another said the council, which could use additional funds, should let the utility board condems the land, so that the courts could decide a fare price for the easement. The board finally okayed tabling the matter until the September board meeting, so that council officers and attorneys could look further into the matter Concerning a related financial matUu, the board appjoved taking bids on the sale of walnut and oak trees at Camp Warren Levis, in an effort to raise additional funds for the council. An Illinois Department of Conservation forester has recommended the trees be removed to allow younger, smaller trees to develop. Wittmond denies any part in liquor delivery HARDIN — Carl Wittmond, prominent Calhoun County Democrat and former sta'tes representative, pleaded innocent in circuit court Monday to charges of delivering alcoholic liquor to a minor which stemmed from an Aug. 4 incident at his ho'tel at Brussels. An employe of the hotel, Jane Stewart, also pleaded innocent on similar charges stemming from the same incident. The jury trial on the charges was set for Sept. 11 by Associate Judge Owen D. Lierman of Quincy, who was assigned to the case after Circuit Judge Paul Durr disqualified himself. Hearing on charges of delivering alcoholic liquor to a minor against Robert Weishaar, 19, of Brussels; and illegal possession charges against Leland Kronable, 13, of Brussels and David Cairn, 18, of Golden Eagle as well as against two 16-year old girls was continued until Sept. 25. CLIP AND MAIL TODAY LEARN TO EARN With Aftturicn s H&R Block. JOB INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE FOR BEST STUDENTS INCOME TAX' COURSE • Inductee cuitMtt lax Inn, thMiy, Md application as p»ctic«l ta Hock *• Dees from coait to coast • Choice of basic or advanced earn* • Crioicaofdiysanddanamac. • Cwtificato MMtfad upo* paduafe* ENROLL NOWI f Classes Start Sept. 11 or 12 Write 305 N. 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The expense is no! that great and the peace , ; ••<•< rj '3 -,\iir'ih it 1 '] n •;.-: S:Me I':u' A>-u TEACHERS Crucial Meetin 7:30 P.IVI. ALTON CAFETERIA NEGOTIATIONS ? ? ? ? No Contract — No Work • • • • TELEPHONE 466-6693 ALTON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Prof sues SIU for $100,000 damages EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP) — Claiming he was denied tenure because of his criticism of policies at Southern Illinois University and not because of academic considerations, former professor Douglas Allen has sued in U.S. District Court for damages. The suit, filed Tuesday, asked $100,000 in damages and an immediate assurance of tenure from the board of trustees. The university and board of trustees were named as defendants. Allen was denied tenure in November 1970 after more than five years as a member of the philosophy department. In April 1971, he was informed his contract would not be renewed at the end of the 1971-72 school year. The board o f trustees subsequently reaffirmed its position denying tenure. The suit contends the board acted in retaliation for his — criticism of the school and the controversial Vietnam Study Center, long a focal point for antiwar protests. Allen also contended the board overstepped its jurisdiction in refusing to grant him tenure. He said it was the first time in the university's history that the mature of tenure had been brought before the board. Normally, such recommendations are made by each department and approved by the president. He had been recommended for tenure by the philosophy department. His suit contends he w a s denied his rights of freedom of speech under the First and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution and the right to due process under the Fifth and 14th Amendments. Platform boondoggle MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Not everything at the carefully staged Republican National Convention has followed the script. Least of all the elevator type platform. The small, rectangular area of the platform which is supposed to move up and down to keep all speakers at the same height, repeatedly went awry on Monday. Thieves loot Wood River home Thieves netted about $24 in change from the home of Edward Meehaw, 476 Hamilton St., Wood River, during a burglary Tuesday night. Police said eniry to the home was gained through a rear door. Several rooms in the home were ransacked and vandalized, police said. In another burglary, the home of Jack Hill, 644 Edlawn, Wood -Itiver was broken into Monday night and $3 taken from a jewelry box. Entry to the homa was gained by cutting a hole in a screen and unlatching a window, police said. Showered by balloons Multi-colored balloons cascade down on the Republican National Convention iloor during the demonstration celebrating the nomination of President Nixon for another term Tuesday night. (AP Wirephoto) Good sports win at Metropolitan Bank's grand opening. Saturday, August 26 Meet the baseball Cardinals. We'll get an early start in our brand new building with the ribbon cutting at 8:45 am. And when the doors officially open at 9:00. your Cardinal favorites will be waiting inside. Ted Simmons, Al Santorini. Red Scltoendienst - come on out and moot them. They'll autogiaph free photos fiom 9 'til noon. So bring the kids. too. Friday, September 1 Get an official puck from Noel Piccard. From 4:30 to 7:30 pm. we've got the Blues Namely — Noel Piccaid. St. Louis Blues hockey siai He'll au:ogc,iph official hockey pucks as long as the supply lasts. Ami ihey'io absolutely dec. Don! be late. Saturday, September 9 Miss Redbird's in town. It's the last big day of our grand opening celebration, and it's got to be great. So we've invited Miss Redbird, Ihe prettiest representative of the baseball Caidinals. to be with us. She'll have smiles and souvenirs for everyone from 9 am 'til noon. Name your game and pick your gift. There's something on our gift list to please eveiy sports fan. An official baseball autographed by the Cards. An official hockey stick. An official Caidirial football helmet. You gel your pick of the ihieo when you open a checking or savings account at Metiopolitan foi $:30 or moio -- or add $50 to your present account. This offer is good during the whole giand opening period, August 26 tliiough September 9. Just stop by anytime. (Limit one gift per family, please.) The bank that doesn't seem like a bank. METROPOLITAN BANK AMD TRUST COtvlRAMY

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