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Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1999, Alton, Illinois SERVING THE RIVER BEND SINCE 1836 after 129 game 225 cents 53 home runs after 127 games The outlook Mostly sunny and continued hothigh near low near 68 PageCS CML5 CtollinsvffleO Pagedl Mater M31 Manjuete6 Paged5 Jersey14 Jacksonville6 PageCl August Search continues Io Authorities fear lack of life jacket may havei led to drowning By LINbA Telegraph staff writer GODFREY Rescue workers will resume their sekrch today for a Wood River man who reportec ly fell from a houseboat and may have drowned at the confluence of the mouth of Piasa Cleek and the Mississippi The jnissing Randall had fishing Thursday with a John Gentry f East Gentrys 35foot boat was entering Piasa Harbor shortly after 8 Thursday when Flowers apparently fell from the rear of the Flowers Lisa Ryan of spent a nervous Thursday night and Friday worryinjg about her If they could find would put our minds to she said about She said thfj men had planned on going to a local tavern after See Page A7 Iff L into position Friday to search ewn f across the Rescue workere intensified their search for Randall Kent Flowers of Wood River who was reported to have fallen from a houseboat into the creek late Thursday near the confluence with the Mississippi River At riant Quinn a search dog from Riverbend Search Rescue Dog Association in works the shoreline nearthe public boat acbess area Ryan signs drug bills By DEBORAH BATES Telegraph staff writer EDWARDSVILLE State Evelyn Bowies efforts to strengthen Illinois drug laws paid off when George Ryan signed two of her The new laws will help stop the manufacture and possession of which have become increasingly common in sponsored another bill about a year ago that was not signed into but her battle didnt end We had a bill about a year but it did nt Bowles For some reason or there was something they didnt agree so we came back this I think the fact that the people were more aware the legislators were more aware of the problem of And it was probably more of a problem in their It has developed into quite a We felt it was necessary to address and Im very pleased the governor signed the When law enforcement in which had more production labs than almost any other began to crack down on metham phetamine the manufacturers of it crossed the state line into Bowles said she became aware of the prob lem of methamphetamine production after reading about it in the newspapers and hearing See Page A7 Good Mornirid Bulletin Board Classifieds B4 Comics Obituaries Wilson Religion Television State Police to mark dangerous highways By BETHANY BEHRHORST Telegraph staff writer The Illinois State Police kicked off part of a safety pro gram Friday that will alert motorists to the most danger ous stretches of highway The Telegraph The plan calls for electronic signs to mark dangerous areas throughout the State Polices District which includes Madison and four other coun The first sign in Madison County was put up Friday on westbound Interstate 270 at its intersection with Illinois Route 111 in Pontoon State Police officials said there were more crashes dur ing the first three months of 1999 along 1270 between Route Ill and milepost near the Chain of Rocks than along any other stretch of highway in Madison That particular stretch of roadway generated a total of 29 traffic crashes during February and state troopers They said most of the crashes along the strip occurred between 6 and 9 on The high volume of com muter drivers hurrying to work and speeding viola tions are significant contribut ing factors to the reason for the high number of traffic said Diana commander of See Page A7 Several employees of the AltonWood River Sportsmens ath3109gGodfeyNRoad1n were waving at traffic Friday morning to get the entrance to the popular attention as they worked a picket line at Union sets up pickets outside Sportsmens Club BY BETHANY BEHRHORST Telegraph staff writer GODFREY Twoyearold Ryan Harang stood outside with his Chrissy and others to brave the heat Friday at the entrance of the AltonWood River Sportsmens Club in where union workers are protesting the clubs decision to impose a new contract on Thcj pickets arrived between 7 and Friday to protest what they feel is an injustice by the business regarding contract negotia tions between the clubs board and Hotel Employees Restaurant Employees International Union Local which represents about hotel and restaurant workers in Louis and the Metro See Page A7 V 9 2801 Homer Adams 4658293 Hours MF107 95 Delivers 46 RCA BIG SCREEN RCA DVDS a week MiTac Computer REGISTER TO WIN A PULL SIZED Yllfi WASHER DRYER In ha halri AM t iSar Drawing to hold tMg
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