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Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1999, Alton, Illinois SERVING THE RIVER BEND SINCE 1836 Something new Salon 140 offers much more than haircuts PageDl Boys hoops Alton goes down to Kahoks 6755 PageBl Theoutlo Mostly and warmer high near low near 24 Page Farm life Tiek family worked to keep the farmhouse feel PageCl 29 cents February VTWWblllO I WWI y I ww HWWIII CLINTON NOT GUIffY Time to move lawmakers say By DARRYL HOWLETT Telegraph staff writer Illinois political leaders said its time to move for ward in the wake of President Clintons acquittal in his impeachment trial I come out of this feeling very good with how the Institution of our government has Republican Peter Fitzgerald While I voted to I nonetheless feel good about how our founding fathers set up our in said his first 38 days in office have been See Page A7 Profoundly president says President Clinton He won WASHINGTON AP William Jefferson Clinton won bipartisan acquittal Friday in the concluding a searing national drama that tarnished him forever as the second president to be Clinton told Americans he was profoundly sorry for what he said and did in the Monica Lewinsky affair that triggered it Clinton hereby is acquitted of the declared Chief Justice William Rehnquist after a somber Senate twice refused to vote the twothirds majority need put the probablj The fi 5545 agi ed for Senators also idea of censure for st on was with 10 Republicans joining EJ11 45 Democrats voting not The second on obstruction of was with five Republicans breaking ranks to join the Moments after the trial bottled up an effort led by Dianne D censure Clinton for shame sible reckless and indefen Several No winners Public relieved Comeback Kid PageC2 Democrats said they didnot expect the issue to resurface when lawmakers return to the Capitol after a Lets move He He always said one Bob Smith of New who twice voted to See Page A7 111 wind Damaged volt line knocks out power By DARRYL HOWLETT Telegraph staff writer ALTON Strong winds in the area may have damaged a volt causing businesses along Homer Adams Parkway to lose Shoppers had to be evacuat ed from Big Kmart and Target stores after power surges early Friday The power outage was caused by some problems at a volt line near the Alton Amtrak Ameren TJE spokeswoman Susan Gallagher Everything was back on line within 30 The problem affected of our We believe the caused a jumper inside the line to Gallagher said the line is connected to three substa customers were not completely out of The power was flickering on and she See Page A7 Car hits gasoline pump An Alton firefighter pulls hose into position at the Zephyr Quick Mart at 1110 Broadway setting it on Alton police arrested the See story and additional page A The BADMAN Jton Friday evening after a woman drove her car into a gasoline Good Morning Bulletin Board B6 Editorial Horoscope NationArVorld Thompson The BADMAN Norma Thomas sorts through items in her mothers house on West Panther Creek Road in Calhoun County The entire upstairs of the house was blown off by a tornado Thursday A car at the house was crushed by debris that collapsed on top of By THOMA Telegraph sta iya coll 10 Calhoun digs out after tornado WRAUSMANN f writer BELLVIEk bors rallied of Calhoun Coqnty aged several The torn Bellview anl said an of County Sher ff More photos Friends and neigh together in the aftermath s tornado in northern which severely dam do touched down near Mozier icial from the Calhoun s Page It ripped down West Panther Creek knocking down large numbers of destroying sheds and damaging houses and other The torna do was accompanied by severe Bellview is northwest of See Page A7 New Hours MonSat Sam 6pm Sunday 10am 5 pm
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