Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1972 · Page 32
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September 13, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

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Section t) Pages 1 to 8 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Amusement Classified Applause for Daley Sen. George McGovern, seeking votes for president, leads the applause for Chicago's Mayor Richard Daley in Chicago Tuesday. Daley was denied seat at, Democrats' convention that nominated McGovern, but subsequently has been wooed by McGovern as needed in quest of electoral votes in Illinois, called a key state by both Republicans and Democrats. (AP Wire- photo) Hartford-W. River school costs rise to $883 per pupil It costs $883 to put each of the 1,228 students through a year of school in the Wood River-Hartford Elementary School District, an increase of $35 per student in two years, it was disclosed at a board meeting Tuesday night. A representative of the R. C. Scheffei public accenting firm of Alton, told the board that the increases were due to increased expenses while operating on a level tax base. The increase student costs were only one of several financial announcements made during a report of the district's annual audit. The board was told that, its budget indicated a deficit of $26,000, which was described as "minimal," and not serious. The assessed valuation of the district was placed at about $65 million. In other action, the board approved a one year lease with Hartford to use the abandoned Woodrow Wilson School building in the village for a recreation center. The village will pay the district $1 yearly in rental fees. It was also announced that Hartford will provide insurance and maintenance requirements. Concluding the meeting, II a r 1 a n Nash, district superintendent, called a meeting of the board's building committee to discuss possible building and ground improvements. Among items to be discussed are lighting in back of the Lewis and Clark building. Terms set for Jersey County board members JERSEYVILLE — The board of supervisors Tuesday finally drew by lot for the six two and six four-year terms on the board, which had been tabled since last spring pending an attorney general's opinion on how the drawing should be held. As stated in the opinion the drawing be done by lot with the four-year terms going to Ralph Downey, Eldon Kanallakan, Herbert Dabbs, Cliff Eagleton, Clyde Cope and Albert Sehaake. Two year terms were drawn by Frank Yocum, Willis Campbell, Lee Vanfossen, Paul Miller, Louis Nail arid Leslie Shines. The latter three are all of the supervisors from District 1, thus all of the seats in that district will be up for grabs in 1974. The controversy had erupted when it was proposed that the drawing for the terms be conducted within the representative groups from the respective districts. When this was 7-uled out it was proposed that it be done by gentlemen's agreement. Just prior to the -drawing Tuesday -Supervisor Cliff Eagleton moved for the two- year terms lo go to the six supervisors from District 3 and 1 and the four - year terns go to the District 2 and four representatives. Eagleton would have drawn a two-year term under this arrangements. This motion died for lack of a second. Parole violator nabbed A parole violater from Clinton and Jersey counties was returned to custody Tuesday after his actions in a car aroused the suspicions of two East Alton policemen on patrol. Shortly after noon Tuesday, Patrolman Muce Urban and Capt. James Billingsley were on patrol on Powder Mill Road when they spotted a car with two men inside. The men watched the police car carefully, so the officers radioed the car's license number to police headquarters. The stale police computer gave the owner of the car as Lonnie Culler, 29, 809 Troy Road, Edwarcbville, and the Alton, Illinois, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1972 No one wants to take over ambulance services ** ftRABNER'S By LARRY KRAMP SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — "Nobody wants to carry the ball," a witness declared at an Illinois legislative hearing on ways to supply ambulance service downstate where funeral directors are withdrawing from the ambulance business.. The witness, Steven Sargent, executive director of the Illinois Municipal League, appeared Tuesday at the first in a series of hearings conducted by a subcommittee of the Illinois Motor Vehicle Laws Commission. Another hearing is scheduled for next. Tuesday at Monmouth. Sargent was opposing a recommendation by Robert Nin- ker, executive secretary of the Illinois Funeral Directors Association, that existing legal permission for cities to impose a tax for ambulance service be changed to require them to supply the service and to aim at higher standards. Sargent called attention to testimony by other witnesses who stressed the expense of providing manpower to main- l a i n an around-the-clock ambulance operation. MID-AMERICA] THEATRES Open 7:00 Start Dusk BEL*AIR HWY 66 & 111 i • Now thru Tues. • TONITE 15 Bumper Strip Nite '•PLAY IT AGAIN, p| U j RICHARD BENJAMIN 'Goodbye Columbus" (R) CAPRI Open 7:00 Start Dusk • Now thru Tues. • Tonite is Bumper Strip Nite "CARNAL 1 * KNOWLEDGE' Plus "SOLDIER BLUE" (R) information that Culter was wanted for parole violation. Culter was stopped and held for authorities at Menard prison. East Alton police did not have any information on Culler's conviction, except that he was serving a two-to- 10-year sentence. In another incident, a 25- year-old East Alton man was arrested for intoxication Tuesday night after a fight with his girl friend at the corner of St. Louis and Shamrock. William Crowell, 133 Victory, was held overnight in jail. He had been fighting witn Myra Simmons, 197 G o u 1 d i n g . CroweU's only charge was intoxication. Masterful — S«n Funcisco Excmint Sieve i VIcQueenfcj ANY "Emergency health services must take their place with other priorities," Sargent said. "Environmentalists think we should spend all our money on environment." "Dr. Boyd (Dr. David R. Boyd, chief of the division of emergency medical services and highway safety, Illinois Department of Public Health) wants highest priority on emergencies. Police and f i r.e m e n want higher salaries." Urging restraint in ordering the 1,256 Illinois municipalities to perform functions, Sargent noted that the state police in 19G9 refused an effort to impose the burden of statewide ambulance service on them. Spokesmen for state police at the hearing Tuesday said if a state system consisted only of 200 ambulances, a state operating staff of about 1,840 men would be required. The current state police force is 1,750 men. ,• Speaking of the expenses of manning an around-the-clock service, Boyd said, "Manpower is the killer." Boyd, manager of the state's network of 40 trauma centers organized to upgrade the treatment of the critically injured and ill, was asked by Hep. Louis Marker!, D-Mount Sterling, subcommittee c h a i r m a n , how funeral directors could be kept in the ambulance business. "I'm not sure they should be in business," said Boyd. "They are morticians, not ambulance attendants. They do a service. But based on are not ambulance the quality of training they operators." FORKEYVILLE LOUNGE ANNOUNCES!! Thursday Night "LEWIS & CLARK NIGHT" Free Pizza — Public Invited (X) OPEN 6:30-Shown 6:45 & 9:05 CAMEO 1622 WASHINGTON * DI/U. 465-7(13? ALTON'S FINEST! WANTED 8 HOMES THAT NEED PAINTING ALTON, ILL. — Eight home owners In this general area will be given tho opportunity of having the new Saw-Kerf Super Steel Siding by Lnito'.l States Steel applied to thoir homes with optional d<jcor.i- tive work at a very low cost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of home owners throughout tho United States who are fed up with constant painting and other maintenance costs. It can last for 30 years and provides full insulation summer and winter, as well as firo protection. Our new product can be used over every type of home, including frame, concrete block, stucco, etc. It comes. in 7 colors and is now going to be introduced to the Alton market. Your home can bo n show place in your vicinity and we will make it worth your while If we can use your home. For appointment please write (including name, address and phone number) to J a c k Johnson, 11 West Third St., Alton, III., 62002, or cull 462-8775. Our representative will call on you without obligation. Tonite! Ends Thurs, at 9:00 In everyone^ life there's a SUMMER OF'42 I _,,:^r t :£_ - ,| IfcmWarnefBfoa. .l-.--'"'"—«g.| A Kinncy Leisure Se Plus 2nd Hit JANE "Best Actress" DONALD SUTHERLAND Hl' n no t>!i •Mute 1 At 7:00 NOW APPEARING! in The INN ROOM "THE VELVET HAMMER" Playing for your enjoyment.... THUR.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. at BOWL HAVEN Humbert Road Dining Room 1848 WASHINGTON AVE. — TJPPEK ALTON • Steaks • Chicken • Spaghetti • HOMEMADE RAVIOLI AND PIZZA Serving Bar B Q Ribs Every Thursday Reservations for Banquets & Parties Carry Out Orders — Phone 465-6281 FREE PARKING IN REAR °P cn Tnl 1 ft - m - 7 Days a Wcok J) FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Ages Admitted IPG PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Material May Not Ba Suitable For Pre-Teenagers RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian '••••*•••••••••••»»•»»•««»4»»••«••»«•«••••••••!««««••*••» NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED (Age limit may vary in certain areai) Printed as B public service by • ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WHATCHA GONNA GET AT BURGER CHEF? EVERY THURSDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS —4 P.M. 'TIL CLOSING THURSDAY'S DOLLAR DINNER FRIDAY'S DOLLAR DINNER SUPER SHER, FRENCH FRIES The super-duper one. A fu|l %-lb. of lean beef. It's flame-broiled and served with sliced tomatoes, fresh shredded lettuce, melted cheese, crunchy pickles, onions, catsup, 'mayonnaise on a hot toasty bun. Hot, golden potatoes... cooked to a perfect brown. The great "go with" treat. ANYS17E DRINK Choose - icy ?.° ld .. thirst w™^* your favorite flavor. SKIPPER'S TREA];, ' FRENCH FRIES ANY SIZE DRINK ADDin TIIQMDWCD Juic y W$ 6S wrapped In crisp, furLC lUnnlUVtn flaky pastry. A delicious way to end your meal. New! Larger fish fillet sandwich with cheese, lettuce and tartar sauce on a toasted bun. Hot and crisp... cooked to perfection. The great "go with" treatl Icy cold thirst quenchers in your favorite flavors. GRAND STARTS FRI. Walt Disney's "NOW YOU SEE HIM NOW YOU. DON'T" (G) MINI DINNER BOTH NIGHTS JUST • HAMBURGER FRENCH FRIES SMALL DRINK A pure beef pa'ttie, open-flame broiled in natural juices... served with catsup, pickles and mustard on a toasted bun. Tender, golden potatoes,.. done to crisp, mouth-watering perfection. Pick any one of our Icy cold thirst quenchers in a host of delicious flavors. Open «:30 (PG) Comfortably COOL WILDEY Tonitel Ends Thurs, "CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" 7:15 9:15 _ buroer chep Come Into BURGER CHEF now where you can cut the high- cost of eating out. Where you can feed your family's appetite from small to large ... and still save. Where the food is always hot and waiting. Where the service is fast. That's our BURGER CHEF Family Restaurant, you can't beat ill 727 E. BROADWAY — 1639 MAIN ST. — ALTON MADISON COUNTY'S FINEST! B-A-C CINE NOW! RT. Ill, ROXANA 254-6746 FREE PARKING! CLINT EASTWOOD STELLA JOE KIDD GARCIA NIGHTLY AT 9:10 — PLUS 2ND BIG HITI AT 7:30 "THE GREAT NORTHFIELD MINNESOTA RAID" B-A-C/STARIIGKT ORIVt IN IHEATRt 3500 COLLEGE AVE., ALTON 462-492J OPEN 7 P.M. <K THP * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 16 oz. DRINK OPCoke Tr»drmark® A HED-WHITE AND DQ BLUE PATRIOTIC GLASS 16 03. 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