Alton Telegraph, November 6, 1986, Page 7

Alton Telegraph

November 06, 1986

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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 6, 1986, Alton, Illinois ‘Welcome in Vienna’ is top film a~j    (AP) *“ “Welcome In Vienna," an Auatrian film by ax coni, won the top prize In the 22nd annual Chicago International Fh Festival, officials say. Free legal advice by telephone • CHICAGO (AP) — Free legal advice will be offered over the tephone Saturday on questions ranging from divorce and child siport to traffic violations, the Chicago Bar Association said. The C|-A*Lawyer program is offered on the third Saturday of each month fin 9 a.m. to noon to provide free legal advice and referrals, the aociation said The telephone number is 312-332-1111. Santa-Fe is offering new service CHICAGO (AP) — Santa Fe Railway said Wednesday it has h|un offering shippers a high-speed, low-cost network of new trains to cfry freight between 15 major cities. The Quality Service Network” operates trains with three-man ctws on schedules competitive with trucking operations, the railway dd in a statement. Chrysler is facing 81 million in fines CHICAGO (AP) — The Chrysler Corp. should be fined $910,000 on founds that it habitually disregarded federal rules for keeping cords of injuries at its Belvidere auto plant, the U.S. Labor tpartment says. The department, however, is not faulting Chrysler for actual tfety conditions at the Illinois plant. Vlother kills son in card game quarrel CHICAGO (AP) — A South Side woman who, police say, admitted sooting her 17-year-old son to death in a quarrel over a kitchen poker lime was being held on $250,000 bond today Lemira White, 36, was arraigned Wednesday on murder charges tfore C ircuit Judge Robert Bastone, who said he set the high bond in I bt of the defendant’s prior criminal record, which included a five->»r prison term for voluntary manslaughter. THI TlilORAPH STATE/REGION Thur., Nov. 6, 1986 A S Fraternity chapter is V    JI dissolved, nude coed was chained to stairs CHARLESTON, III. (AP) - The alleged handcuffing of a nude woman student to a staircase has caused officials to dissolve Eastern Illinois University’s Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity chapter. The action by the fraternity’s national office was the most severe of several sanctions against the fraternity announced by the university. The university has alleged the 21-year-old woman was handcuffed to the staircase for several hurs during an Oct. I "Pimp and Whore" theme party at the fraternity house sponsored by the fraternity and the Sigma Kappa sorority. ‘‘The university obviously does not condone such activity and our actions today are intended to communicate that message quite clearly to all concerned," EIU President Stan Rives said in a statement Tuesday. Clark Schnepper of Rochester, a 21-year-old Phi Sigma Kappa member who recently withdrew from the university, has been charged with misdemeanor battery in the incident. He has pleaded innocent and faces a Nov. 24 jury trial in Coles County Circuit Court. The university said another stu dent has been indefinitely suspended and four others have been placed on final disciplinary proba tion. Final disciplinary probation means any further violation of the EIU student conduct code will result in immediate suspension, the university said. Another student received a reprimand, and cases against three others were dismissed. The university would not identify the students who received the penalties. Kevin Hextell. president of EIU’s Pjii Sigma Kappa chapter, said he was unaware his fraternity had lost its charter and declined comment. No one at the national office of Phi Sigma Kappa in Indianapolis, Ind., could be reached immediately for comment. Only a recording answered the telephone at the national office early this morning. A local chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa could be re-established ‘‘after a reasonable period of time” with approval by the fraternity’s national office and the university, the university statement said. In the case of the sorority, Eastern said it has continued its preliminary sanctions, including probation for the rest of the semester and restrictions on sorority activities. Associated Kress GRAY VICTORY — In West Frankfort, U.S. Rep. Kenneth J. Gray declares victory in his 22nd Congressional District race against Republican Randy Patchett. Gray won by 11,850 votes. TARTS FRIDAY: DAYS\lectronicsIFISHER 100-WATT RACK SYSTEM: SALE 799.99 SALE 799.99 TVS FISHER 100-WATT STEREO RACK lf purchased separately, $1080. Features compact disc player, quartz PLL stereo tuner with 12-station preset tuning, double cassette deck with Dolby® noise reduction, high-speed dubbing and sequential play, 3-way/12" bass reflex speaker system, more. Sole ends November 9. Stereos Add $25 delivery charge SALE 288.88 just $20* a month , : .■'■■■ ip I SALE 599.99 just $40* a month RCA 26“ STEREO TABLE TV Reg. 799.99. 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