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Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1999, Alton, Illinois TORTS Stars prevail St Louis loses 31 fo fall one game behind in PageBi Coffee and a bagel Iskarous family works to build up ffieir business and community PageDl Newlmpala A familiar Chevy nameplate from he 1960s returns Paged The outlook liiinderstorms PageD10 Good Morning Classifieds Horoscope Obituaries fstone Scoreboard Serving the River Siticel836 May 1999 Teen loses fight with cancer By STEVE WHlTWdfiTH Telegraph staff writer EAST ALTON Chrissy who inspired friends and family members with her courage in facing a rare form of cancer for more than two lost her bat tle with the disease just two days after her 17th Surrounded by her loved Chrissy died at 8 at her fami lys East Alton said her Terri We had a houseful of people here reverybody who loved Smith said hours That included her Joe Smith her broth 22yearold John Brumley and 20yearold Kevin Brumley and her John Brumley But there Were others who loved Chrissy who werent with her told me and Melanie and Kara all ugoodbye and that she loved Diana Austin one of Chrissy Brumieys best friends only because her mother felt it would be too painful for them to watch her Those were her best friends East AltonWood River High School Diana Kara Wooley and Melanie The friends said their final good byes Friday The girls spent about five hours Diana She told me and Melanie and Kara all goodbye and that she loved said a 17yearold She told us to keep our faith in the The night wasnt all about Chrissy kept her sense of humor to the using a novelty toy to make rude then laughing with her We laughed and Diana There was and there was It was a per See Page A11 The BADMAN Chrissy Brumley had fought rare form of dis ease for two years and died two days after her 17th Just makeup What a disaster Toriiado drill gets crews prepared By PAIGE ALLEN For The Telegraph MEADOWBROOK It was like a scene from a disaster movie Saturday From the hallway of Meadowbrook Elementary parents Brad and Dawn Perrine anxiously watched as two volunteer Meadowbrook firefighters carried their 10yearold from his fourthgrade classroom to a makeshift triage unit in the school For the Perrines 3yearold the scene was all too He was nearly moved to tears as he watched his big brother being car ried down a hallway lined with chil dren sporting fake wounds and cry ing out for Thank heavens this is not the real said Dawn one of several parents on hand for the mock disaster drill at the Amid a backdrop of overturned desks and toppled the school looked like it had been struck by a And that was the according to Meadowbrook Fire Chief Cory the drill coordi More than 40 pupils and 30 emer gency response professionals partici pated in the tornado disaster drill conducted by the Meadowbrook Volunteer Fire We wanted to make this as real as Bowen The idea See Page A11 Plan aims at shops Ordinance would put limits on peep bookstores By LINDA WELLER Telegraph staff writer ALTON Although the city has no adult bookstores or peep aldermen plan to be ready with ordinance in hand for any that do pop The Alton City Council held its first reading of a lengthy ordinance that would strictly regulate such Approval of the ordinance could come at the May 26 council An important segment of the proposed ordinance limits adult businesses to areas zoned or The laws have and we cant just You cant come into Mayor Don Sandidge But we can restrict them to industrial areas we dont want them in residential City officials rewrote a draft of an adult business ordinance to tighten the Sandidge The proposed ordinance says adult businesses are associated with high crime rate areas deteriorated com mercial and residential areas depreciation of property val ues in the area and dramatic changes in the character of the neighborhood when more than one sexually oriented business is operating in a given According to the proposed sexually oriented businesses cannot exist within feet of the following pre existing whether they are inside or outside city See Page A11 Jazz trombonist blows away local musicians By ANGELA MUELLER Telegraph staff writer Just the mention of jazz legend Carl Fontanas name brought applause from the more than 50 local musicians gathered for a clin ic Saturday at Hatheway Hall Auditorium at Lewis and Clark Community After with backup from three members of the LCCC Jazz played two introductory num bers on his the applause grew The next hour was filled with discus sion of tonguing tech niques and improvisation skills as the ranging in age from college students and younger to senior citi tried to glean tips from Fontana to improve their own Its said Tim Jarden of the Alton Landing Jazz Its even better than I thought it would Hearing somebody of that level of musical skill is an eyeopener for all of a jazz trombonist with more than 60 years of See Page A11 e 24 ROUND PQOl PACKAGE I yiuujjifljiyH I f Installation AvaIMM One Q1 the largest Ingnunri tool WMerers In Southern 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