Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1972 · Page 3
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September 5, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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2 shotguns., Two shotguns valued at a listed as sto total $300 plus a $150 stereo Winchester 1 and other items were stolen a Zephyr from the home of William shotgun, and Berry of 1018 Alby St., during plus an 1800 the weekend. diamond st The burglary, reported to record ; police at 11:07 a.m. Monday miscellaneou Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, September 5,19?2 A*3 stereo among burglar's loot ten a Model 1200 guage shotgun, double barrel » $150 stereo set stiver dollar, a ck pin, eight 1b um s and clothing. The home, according to police, was entered through a second story window and the items were then taken out through either the front or rear door. More than $50, sheets, towels, meat and other items were stolen during a Hit-run suspect wrecks car . after accident on Rte. 140 In camp of ' Dan Walker, Democratic candidate for received cordially by everyone at the governor, campaigns outside the Ilepub- GOP site. Later, he and other Demo- lican Headquarters at; the Bethalto cratic state candidates spoke to the Homecoming Sunday night. Walker was large crowd at the Homecoming. A 27-yedr-old Brighton man was found injured in his wrecked car on Powder Mill Road in East Alton early Sunday, after a head-on accident on Rte. 140 in Alton moments earlier. Patrolman Carlos Gillis was on routine patrol at 1:35 a.m. when he spotted two cars in a ditch at the side of Powder Mill Road. As he approached, one car left, heading into P^ast Alton. Gillis followed the car to the police station, where the driver, Michael Fair, 136 C h a r 1 e n e , East Alton, reported he had been hit head-on by another car on Rte. 140, and had followed the other car to where it went off Powder Mill Road. Gillis went back to the other car and found Michael Yost, 27, Rte. 1, Brighton, injured. Before bein|? taken to St. Joseph's Hclspifal in Alton, Yost told Gillis he had hit Fair's car 'on the highway then left the! scene and tried to get away. He lost control of his car on the road!through the Olin Corp. and ; skiclded 05 feet through ditch, hitting; utility pole. Yost was charged with careldss driving and driving with a suspended license. Alton police also have charges pending against Yost for the accident on Rte. 140 and leaving I he scene. Yost was listed this mor- ning in satisfactory condition at the hospital. In olher police news from the holiday weekend, a car reported stolen from a used- car lot in East Alton Saturday morning was found stripped and burned near Collinsville early Sunday. Danny Patterosn, manager of the Slop Lite Aulo Saics 617 W. St. Louis Ave., reported the car missing when he opened Saturday morning. Madison County authorities found the car near Collinsville about 3 a.m. Sunday. The engine and tires were missing and the car had been burned. burglary of the home of Barbara Chapman of 773 Oakwood Ave., police were told Monday. Entry into the home was made through a rear window and then the items were removed through the rear door, police said. Earl Clinton Littleton, tti, of 1224 E. 4th St., Alton, was arrested on a charge of shoplifting Saturday morning after trying to take a package of cigarettes without paying, police said. Littleton was arrested on a warrant signed by Orville Seussen. manager of Kroger Store in the Alton Plaza Shopping Center, 1800 E. Broadway, the place where Littleton is accused of taking a package of cigarettes and trying to leave the store without paying for the package. In a weekend auto accident cars driven by Agnes M. Talbot, of 215 Cobb St., fa East Alton, and Anthony P. Ventimiglia, 23, of 1642 Clawson St., Alton, collided at Washington Avenue and the Beltline. Police said that Ventimiglia was driving north on Washington and Miss Talbot was going east on the Beltline when the two cars collided. Miss Talbot was charged by police with disregarding a flashing m' light. An Alton man was charged with stealing a $10 bill from an off-duty Alton policeman early this morning. He returned the money, was booked on theft under $150 and resisting arrest. Keith Woodberry, 17, of 1330 Taylor St.. was arrested at Midtown Restaurant-Lounge 1026 K. 7th St., after taking a $10 bill belonging to William Fitzgerald, police said. Dems, GOP trade jabs at Bethalto Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan tt'a!ke>-, G.OP state senatorial candida'e Tony Olson, his opponent Sam Vadalabene and an array of o t h c r Democratic Mid Republican hopefuls traded political jabs in weekend rallies at the Relhallo Homecoming. W a 1k c r told t h e homecoming crowd Monday night that lie is carrying his campaign for governor to the "people on the street" while Gov. Ogilvie is busy tillering to the elite at exclusive country clubs. Walker called himself a "grassroots" candidate who has listened to people on the streets of every (own in Illinois while Ogilvie travels in an "air - conditioned" camper from one Republican rally to another — without stopping to hear people, he told the homecoming gathering. Walker strolled casually through the throngs of people on the homecoming grounds, shook hands, greeted families at the concession stands, and children waiting to get on the carnival rides. Walker addressed the crowd of hundreds from the stage which included L.S. Senatorial hopeful Roman Pucinski, Lt. Gov. jispir.int Neil F. llartigan, state and county candidates. Meanwhile Olson, the HEARING TEST SET FOR ALTON-JERSEYVILLE AREA Klet-lronirti tit'tirid^ li-M ttill foe ^i>cn al Yuni-fk'n llrim Nun- from 10:00 AM n> liMUl I'M anil at Niflv l.ifi Slui|> from •£:(){} I'M 10 1:1X1 I'M ,.>,ry W.'tl- mxlitv during tlir iiiiunli of Sep. It'inlu-r. Factory trained Hearing Aid Spec lulisls will be at our Service Center, listed below, to perform the tests. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding is welcome to come in for a test using the latest electronic equipment to determine his or her particular loss. Diagrams showing how the ear works and some ol' the causes ol' hearing loss will be available. l-Acryonc should have a hearing test at least once a year if there is any trouble at all hearing clearly. Kvcn people now wearing a hc.uing aid or those who have ixTii told nothing could be done for them should have u hearing- lest and find out about the latest methods of hearing correction. The free hearing test will be held at YuiigrkV Drug Store M.III I- HIII N. tll.u,.UIm..i. I'l,.. in: 11,1, -.'.I'. I-' Nifiy Gift Shop ' I A' ».!',. ill N Jl'l.rt>llll.ulm»l. I'lliinV -IVU-.lt I'l "if you eau'l conic in full either of iht- above iiumbcn>. candidate for state senator, criticized his opponent, Sen. V a cl a 1 a b c n e "and his Democratic colleagues .from Chicago who blocked ('.meting of the judicial inquiry board." "In 19li9, two reporters ot the Alton Telegraph had the courage and I'oresignl to follow up a lead that pointed, to corruption and favoritism of the Illinois Supreme Court." Olson said. "While attorneys for larger Chicago papers were considering liie effect of such a major disclosure, Ed Pound ;nid Ancle Yakstis broke the story." Two justices of the co-'iS: resigned a Her Hie news stories, but Vadalabene and Democrats "bowed to Die wishes of t.he Chicago machine and stymied attempts to fund a board designed to help alleviate Die problems uncovered by Pound and Yakslis," Olson (old the homecoming crowd. Olson said the Democrats blocked the ?100,OUO funding for the judicial inquiry board. Vadalabene, however, told the Telegraph today that lie absolutely did not block the appropriation for the judicial inquiry board. "The $105,000 appropriation passed the Senate, 35-U aid I voted for it," Vadalabene told the Telegraph. 1 "1 wholeheartedly support ths judicial inquiry board and am opposed to any wrongdoing on the Supreme Court." GET THE GENUINE IDRTfR mm •Thrust-Back Col/or' TOILET TANK BALL America's target! Seller The efficient Water Master initantl/ itops the flow ol water oiler oath flushing. 75f AT HARDWARE STORES In Respect To The Memory Of ANSEL GRAVES Our Store Will Be CLOSED WEDNESDAY SUPERIOR INTERIORS TOP BRANDS! TOP BUYS! TOP VALUE STAMPS, TOO! See Our Value-Packed Ail In Tomorrow's Telegraph! Make TOM-BOY YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR Flavor-plus MEATS CHECK OUR WEDNESDAY AD FOR BIG SAVINGS! oruant GAS FURNACE 100,000 BTU WHY PAY MORE? INSTALLED 1972-1973 SEASON S & H HEATING WHY PAY MORE! 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