Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 1, 1972 · Page 3
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September 1, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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L&C help welcomed*, says Lenz Alton Mayor Paul Lenz: today said he welcomed assistance from Lewis & Clark Community College in solving Alton problems and praised the junior college for seeking federal funds for programs aimed at helping disadvantaged youth and the elderly in the Alton area. Lenz said Lewis & Clark "has guidelines in which they can help the communities where they reside, and I think it is obligatory for them to do this. I commend them for looking into what they could do in such a short time." I^enz also said today he would soon make public the names of persons he has appointed to a task force that is charged with recommending a structure and role of a Community Relations Commission. The mayor said he had appointed most of the members, but needed to confirm their acceptance before making an announcement. Lenz said he would not withhold the report recently made by a U.S. Justice Department consultant, from the task force, but he said consideration of the report, which was critical of some procedures used by the Civil Service Commission in testing applicants for city jobs, was not within the responsibility of the task force. Lenz said he wou'.d probably give copies of the report to city council members but didn't think there was any reason for the council to discuss the report because "implementation of that report per se was never intended by the Justice Department — these are suggestions, not a mandate." Lenz said that the Community Relations Commission, when it became operational, was the best body to examine the Justice Department, report and could decide what points raised in the report were applicable to Alton problems. Fig/i/., burglary., AWOL on report at Wood River Two Wood River men were charged with fighting in public early today following a disturbance in front of S N. Wood River Avenue in Wood River. Leon F. Ansyln, 24, of 8 N. Wood River Ave., and Jerry L. Feldman, 19, of 89 W. Beach, Wood River, we r e arrested following a complaint by a neighbor that the two were fighting, police said. Ansyln was lodged in the Wood River jail after failu-re to make bond. Feldman was released on ?25 bond. In other police action, the apartment of Thomas Pine, 237 N. Wood River Ave., Wood River, was burglarized sometime Thursday evening. Police said theives entered the house through a bathroom window and took two stereo speakers valued at $273. Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 1,1972 A'*3 Utility foe asks ads halt Together at last Frank Mydlo, left, was reunited in Alton last week with his brother, Walter, second from right, after 50-years. Walter's wife, Stella, and their daughter, Christina also came to the reunion. WANTED 8 HOMES THAT NEED PAINTING AI-TON, ILL. — Eight home owners in this general aroa will be given the opportunity of having the new Saw-Kerf Super Steel Siding by United States Steel applied to their homes with optional decorative work at a very low cost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of home owners throughout the United States who are led up with constant painting and other maintenance costs. It ran la.st for 30 years and provides full insulation t>um- mcr and winter, as well as fire protection. Our new product can be used over every type of home, UicluoS ing frame, concrete block, etuiTo, etc. It comes in 7 colors and is now going to be introduced to the Alton market. Your home can be a show place ill your vicinity and we will make it worth your while U we can ute your home. For appointment please write (including name, address and phone number) to Jack Jukiisuu, 11 We»t Third St., Alton. 111., 6'JOIW, or call 462-8775. Our representative will cull on you without ob Ugation. Lost brother found again A 63 year old Alton man who was wounded and captured as a 13 year old Polish liberator after World War I was reunited here last week with his brother who believed he had been killed 50 years ago. "I can't believe you are still alive,"Waller Mydlo said in amazement to his brother Frank, last week in a tearful reunion in Alton. "It's been 50 years. We thought you were killed in the war." Frank, an employe in the maintenance - grounds department at Alton Memorial Hospital, was given up as lost and dead after he went into war against the Germans as a 13 year old volunteer Polish infantryman in World War I. In the bitter fighting, Frank was wounded twice, and finally captured. "Thousands were killed in the battles," Mydlo told the Telegraph. "I was captured and hauled away to a prison camp." When Mydlo failed to return home, his family sorrowfully believed he had lost his life in the war front. In a daring escape, however, the teenage Mydlo fled the prison camp and swam across the river to freedom. Later, the mystery of his whereabouts heightened when he left Poland and came to the United States to seek work. By UENNIS MCMURRAY Telegraph Staff Writer A self-styled "consumer gadfly" and periodic candidate for various state offices, has asked the Illinois Commerce Commission to order Illinois Power Co. to immediately suspend all its advertising and to reduce all its executive salaries to no higher than the $45,000 a year paid to the Governor of Illinois. Anthony F. Martin-Trigona of Champaign, also, in a motion filed with the ICC, argued that Illinois Power should be required to pay the legal costs of its customers who are opposed to the current request for a 15 per cent general electric rate increase. Martin-Trigona argues that since the utility is using funds from its customers payments to pay for its legal cost in seeking the rate increase, it should also make available funds to customers who oppose the increase. He noted in the motion that Illinois Power's last request for a 15 per cent rate increase was denied in full by the Commission in May, and LIGHTNING LOW PRICES PLUS TOP VALUE STAMPS! \ TRY OUR U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF Single Vision GLASSES One Low Price • Choice of single vision clear or tinted lenses. • Your choice of frame from our large selection of styles and colors. • Credit is available. • Satisfaction guaranteed. One low price does not include impact-resistant lensei. Bring your EYE PHYSICIAN'S (M.D.) or OPTOMETRIST'S prescriptions to be filled in the frame of your choice from our large selection. Offices Throughout Illinois DOWNTOWN ALTON 117 W. THIRDS! 'OPEN DAILY, MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Get a free hockey puck from Noel Piccard Friday 4:3O-7:3Opm Our grand opening celebration is still going strong. This Friday, September 1, we've got the Blues. Namely Noel Piccard, St. Louis Blues hockey star. He'll be here from 4:30 'til 7:30 pm and give away autographed pucks as long as the supply lasts. So come out and meet him—bring the kids, too. While you're here, take a look at our very special sports gifts. Official baseballs autographed by the Cards. Official hockey sticks. Official Cardinal football helmets. You get your choice when you open a checking or savings account for $50 or more—or add $50 to your present account. (Just one gift per family, please.) So name your game and pick your gift. The bank that doesn't seem like a bank. METROPOLITAN BAfMK AfMO TRUST COrVlPAJslV : : ciO &•:•:! -:.e « Alton MfcMBSR f DIC makes lackey media out of the news media and does not let customers get a true picture of where their money is going." Land of Lincoln Legal Services, Inc., a consolidation of legal aid societies in southern Illinois', including the Madison and St. Clair County J& ASptingman CHAIN LINK FENCING Godfrey, III. Ph. 488-3431 Martin-Trigona contends the arguments used in the current case are "substantially identical" and therefore IP is "burdening the Commission with repetitive and vexatious rate cases." Martin-Trigona charges that "it is foolish for the poor people and customers of IP to finance luxurious salaries for the (literally) captains of industry who make more than the chief executive of the state of Illinois." He also charges that "the powerful financial muscle of the IP advertising budget How to make your next paycheck bigger... without a raise. Like to increase your take-home by .. j $30 to $100 a month? You can—and it's Ir easy—if you're one of the 40 million people now paying more than they really owe in tax withholding. Find out how to make your "raise" effective next payday, by filing a simple 8-line form. One of 39 articles and features In the SEPTEMBER READER'S DIGEST ones, currently hai two lawyers assigned to .fighting the Illinois Power and Union Electric rate increase requests now befoife the Illinois commission. Illinois Power has not been granted a general r'ate in- crease since 1959, but was still listed as the 44th most profitable electric utility in the nation in terms of net profit after taxes as a percentage of revenues, according to an industry trade magazine. SUPPLIES forBacMo-Schoolers; We luive everything you need bill tlie teacher. HONKE PHARMACIES Wood River nnil JEdwardsvlllo ltd. Wood River 234-3873 3rd and Henry Alton 463-4320 Open Daily 9 to 9—Sunday 9 to 2 PM HONKE'S N. ALTON 2526 State St. Alton PHONE 466-6383 Open Daily 9 to 9—Sunday 10 to 2 PM ALTON 2606 STATE 466-5588 BBLERs t t • • § § 21 YEARS EDWARDSVILLE 656-7006 111 N. SECOND OF SERVICE NEVER in our 21 YEARS of business WILL SO MANY (people) RECEIVE SO MUCH (quality & service) FOR SO LITTLE (money.) Almost 1,000 appliances sold in 4 months. HUNDREDS of 1973 appliances are arriving daily. WE MUST SELL OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR 1972 MODELS — PRICES HAVE BEEN SLASHED! MANY BELOW WHOLESALE COSTS! WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL — BANK TERMS AVAILABLE. REFRIGERATORS SINGLE DOOR MODELS APARTMENT SIZE MODELS SIDE BY SIDE MODELS NO FROST MODELS SALE PRICES AS LOW AS RADIOS Portables Table Models Multi Band Sale Prices As Low As I- CHEST MODELS UPRIGHT MODELS PRICES A$ LOW AS TELEVISION COLOR PORTABLES TABLE MODELS CONSOLES Cash& Carry BLACK & WHITE As low As ? 59 95 Cash & Carry LAUNDRY MAYTAG ELECTRIC DRYERS For As Low As $ 99 95 Cash& Carry WHIRLPOOL DELUXE 95 C & C Heavy Duty Washer White only 199 ! NORGE DELUXE HEAVY DUTY ELECTRIC DRYER •m~H •• M "• ~» Cash* Carry DAYS STEREO-COMPONENTS 8 Track Tape Player 40 W. IPP 4 Speaker Stand Tape & Headphones $69.95 cc *,t 4 FM-AM-FM Stereo Radio BSR Automatic turntable, 40 W. IPP /j"£ 4 speakers. Stand p/i * & Headphones $119.95 c c"r AM/FM Stereo Radio BSR Record Changer 8 track tape player 40 W. IPP 4 speakers Sfand Tape Record Headphones $169,95 FM-AM Stereo Radio 8 Track Tape 40W. IPP 4 speakers, stand, tape record & headphones S99.95 AM/FM Stereo Radio BSR Record Changer 100 W. IPP 4 speakers, stand & headphones $139,93 Console Stereo AM/FM Stereo Radio 8 Track Tape Player Automatic turntable $189.95 RANGES 20" APT. SIZE Electric or Gas i95 Cash & Carry 30" DELUXE ELECTRIC Many Easy Clean Features Cash& Carry ? 139 95 30" DELUXE GAS With Clock and Oven Light 149 95 Cash& Carry ADMIRAL BUILT-IN DISHWASHERS 3 CYCLE 129 Carry MAYTAG — TOP LOAp Cany KITCHEN-AID DELUXE CONVERTIBLE Only a few remaining 299 ,95 Cash & Carry AIR CONDITIONER END OF THE Summer Close -Outs PRICES SLASHED! NAME BRAND APPLIANCES - AT WAREHOUSE PRICES - BACKED BY SERVICE WE SELL MORE THAN APPLIANCES • • • WE SELL HAPPINESS in N - Sw «»<l IT'S LIKE BUYING WHOLESALE Behind The Courthouse 656-7006 f

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