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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Alton, Illinois A Quot amp v it Oats at Chunky savings wet look .100% polyurethane some quilted lined some pile lined. Fluffy grooved acrylic piles Leopard and Tiger look cuddly piles some with wet look trims. Single and double breasted styles with new Belt and pocket treatments. Sizes 8 to 16 but not every size or color in every style. Cleans itself Utomi Mclauy electrically look what you get extra value russians deny missile buildup near Suez canal a-2 Alton evening Telegraph saturday oct. To 1970 new Man lakes hot state Post Springfield 111. A new director of the Illinois conservation department whose previous two directors have sparked controversy was named Friday by gov. Richard Ogilvie. Henry n. Barkhausen 55, of Lake Forest will succeed acting director Dan Malkovich of Benton effective oct. 15. Malkovich replaced William Rutherford on Jan. 15, who became Ogilvie a coordinator of environmental Quality. Rutherford a Peoria lawyer and conservative Leader quit that Post on March 3, charging that political patronage was eroding state government at the expense of Illinois pollution problems. Also in March in a Story broken by the Telegraph Rutherford charged that Malkovich was guilty of conflict of interest by running state paid advertising in his personal Magazine a outdoor Rutherford had spent a year p r o t e s t i a g the patronage system and what he called Money wasting by the department of conservation. In what was seen by Many observers and Rutherford himself As a a kick upstairs he was moved to the environmental Post and a amp Ukovich named to succeed him. In August attorney general William Scott announced that Malkovitch had been cleared of the conflict of interest accusations. Four boys jailed for intoxication four boys were charged with intoxication after being apprehended in Wood River Friday night. Charged with driving while intoxicated was Jerry Klobnak 17, of 209 s. 4th St., Benld and charged with intoxication were James l. Allen 17, 511 e. Walnut Charles b. Mcgrady. 17. 508 if. Oak and Gary l. Dufner 17, of 209 w. Spruce All of Gillespie. The boys had been to the Jive land teen club and were reported to have been drinking by Leroy Emerick the director. Police apprehended Mcgrady and Dufner at Jive land and when asked How they got there they said they had gotten a ride from Gillespie in a Maroon car. Both were lodged in the Wood River jail at la . A half hour later police spotted a Maroon car which contained three boys. One was underage and the other two were identified As Allen and Klobnak. They too were held in jail. The Mcgrady boy had telephoned his Home and asked to have Bond placed for him. V later a Man telephoned Wood River police and identified himself As Dennis Mcgrady a Gillespie attorney and father of Charles. The Man said he would be Down to bail his son out of jail but police told him that the boy would not be released until 3 am., after the sust Omery 5 hour waiting period for anyone charged with intoxication. By the j associated press the soviet Union has dismissed As a sheer fabrication a . Charge that it is helping build and Man missile Sites on the egyptian Side of the Suez Cana cease fire zone. The rebuttal Friday came a few hours after . Secretary of state William p. Rogers made the accusation in Washington and charged Moscow with using a a strident cold War rhetoric. Tass the official soviet news Agency said the a so called violations blamed on the soviet Union such As the appearance of ground to air missile Sites manned by soviet personnel in the Suez canal area Are a sheer it said there is an a anti soviet Campaign of slander in the american press a instigated by Washington a which says that the soviet ready mix / in continued from Page i another stipulation of the agreement was that no deisel trucks were to be parked overnight on the premises during the warm months of the year. Further Curry agreed to limit his operations after the hours of 6 . And before 7 . On weekdays and said he will not operate on sundays or holidays except to Wash or grease the trucks a and then Only Between 7 30 . And 4 . Curry will Post the agreement for employees so that it will be maintained. Mayor Howard Heinz and two aldermen not yet appointed will make up a a watchdog committee to see that the Concrete company Sticks to the agreement. Curry under the advice of attorney Stuart Dobbs of Carlinville agreed to comply with the City a wishes after a Long conference just before the litigants were to appear before judge Verticchio for a decision. Union has allegedly violated some a commitments involved in the cease fire in the Suez canal a there Are not any grounds for accusing the soviet Union of violating the terms of agreement a Tass said a because As it is known the soviet Union took no part in drafting any cease fire terms and is not a party to any such the United states initiated the Mideast peace pan that produced a 90-Day cease fire beginning aug. 7 Between Israel Jordan and Egypt. Indirect peace talks at the United nations collapsed sept. 6 when Israel walked out on grounds of an egyptian missile buildup. Rogers backing up an israeli assertion earlier in the Day told a news conference that America has conclusive evidence of egyptian violations in the canal truce zone. A we Are convinced beyond a doubt a he added a that soviet personnel Are there to assist in the construction and Manning of those antiaircraft missile Sites a Rogers said the United states would present a a evidence of its charges to Andrei Gromyko when the two meet at the . General Assembly meeting in new York next week. In Cairo the Semi official egyptian newspaper Al ashram said today that foreign minister Mahmoud Riad would Call for sanctions against Israel at the general Assembly meeting on grounds of israelis refusal to implement the . Security Council Resolution of november 1967. The Resolution called for israeli withdrawal from territories occupied in the 1967 War Arab acknowledgement of israeli sovereignty Nad a just solution for palestinian Refuge. . Diplomats said they expected a full scale debate on the Middle East situation in the general Assembly right after the 25th anniversary Summit session oct. 14 to 24. Al ashram also warned that Egypt Libya and other Arab countries would take reprisals against . Economic interests in the Arab world a if the american government persists in her present anti Arab in another article the newspaper urged egyptians to turn out in Force for next thursdays presidential referendum a regardless of whether you say yes or the Only candidate is interim president Anwar Sadat who took Over Aper carnal Abdel Nasser a Den h sept. 28. The popular front for the liberation of Palestine issued a statement in Beirut Friday accusing Israel of going Back on a Deal under which palestinian guerrillas released hijacked airline hostages. A we shall Deal a Strong retaliatory blow to americans and israelis failure to Honor their Side of the Deal a the statement said. The front said it released the last six hostages All americans after receiving assurances through the red Cross that Israel would free two algerians to lebanese soldiers and a number of guerrilla prisoners. Israel has said she would take no part in the hostage Deal. William Scott endorses Clark a smiling judge Harold Clark stands in front of the image of a smiling judge Harold Clark at a $25-a-plate testimonial dinner on his behalf in Belleville Friday night. Clark of Alton is the Republican candidate for supreme court Justice from the 5th judicial circuit. Belleville judge Harold r. Clark of Alton is a one of the few judges in Illinois who said people Are entitled to know what his sources of income Are said attorney general William Scott As he endorsed the candidate at a $25-a-plate dinner for Clark Here Friday night. Clark is the Republican candidate for the supreme court from the 37-county 5th judicial circuit which Scott called a the swing District As to what philosophy the supreme court of Illinois will Clark in his speech said a first the courtroom must be put in in citing the resignation of two Illinois supreme court justices last year for conflict of interest he said a the courts have not taken a firm hand in supervising and disciplining judges although they have the authority to do this through the courts Clark said the recent supreme court ruling in Allen is. Illinois that unruly defendants could be removed from the courtroom was a a step in the right directions to avoid the a courtroom conduct of the lawyers in the Chicago seven trial and of the accused in the Manson murder trial in Clark also called for a speedup in trials saying a there is no reason Why the present Rule be changed so a Man held in jail for trial within 120 Days could have the right to trial within 60 Days. Also a the Long and complicated appeals must be handled without delay a Clark said citing the Case of Richard speck convicted of the murder of the Chicago nurses Over four years ago and still on Appeal. A it is my personal belief that in the past few years the United states supreme court has drawn the guidelines for criminal enforcement too thin a Clark said. A a a in fact so thin that the slightest inadvertent error by Law enforcement officers tips the Scales of Justice in favor of the accused even in the face of overwhelming evidence of Clark called for More support of the police. A a we be transformed our police into some kind of super babysitters for society and ask them to clean up the worst of society a a smile. During the last year 14 policemen have been killed in the line of duty in Illinois a Clark said. Flat pack gym bag preferred 16" size Canvas gym bag can be folded Down Flat for easy storage in gym lockers. Navy Brown. $2.49 value special Price shop Mon. Amp Fri. To 9 . By it Ai sunday .12 to 6 25% off Sale of you fail to receive your Telegraph by 5 80 . Phone 465-6641 before 6 . And your copy will be delivered. Alton evening Telegraph published daily by Alton Telegraph printing company Paul s. ".ousley, president. A a users manager. Stephen a Cousley. Editor a assistant to the publisher. Richard a. Cousley vice president and classified mgr. Henry h Mcadams Secretary and assistant general manager member of the associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use of publication of All news dispatches credited in this paper and to the local news published herein subscription Price by Carrier 80c weekly 12.bo per Calendar month by mall 16.00 a year six months in Lul Nois and Missouri so of a year 113.00 six months in a1 other states. Mail subscriptions not accepted in towns where Carrier delivery is available. 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It. 67 just North of Delmar at the Beatline people behind the news scene Steve Trosley foreground and Earl Maucker in the telegraphs Central newsroom where both work on occasion. Two Southern Illinois University students recently joined the Telegraph As re Porter interns. Steve Trosley mass communications senior at Siu covers activities out of the East Alton office during the week and helps out in the main office on saturdays. Earl Maucker a journalism major at Siu covers stories out of the main office and helps the Jerseyville Bureau. Steve attended Marquette High school before going to Illinois state at Normal for two years and then transferring to Siu in Edwardsville last year. He worked at the student radio station and newspaper at Illinois state. Since coming to the Telegraph he has written features and regularly covers the Bethalto City Council and school Board Roxana Village Board and school Board and the Hartford Ami South Roxana boards. On saturdays lie becomes a police reporter in Alton and writes the military column. He is married to the former Linda Peipert sister of James Peipert. Alton an associated press correspondent. A Veteran of the air Force Earl began working As a printers apprentice in the composing room of the Telegraph after his discharge two years ago. In september with expansion of the telegraphs summer intern program he moved into the editorial Side of the paper and began a training program in reporting. A graduate of Alton High Earl attended Siu in Carbondale before joining the air Force in 1966. He began working at the Telegraph after his discharge in 1969. A Golf and tape recording addict Earl is married and lives in Alton. One of a series on Telegraph staffers covering news in Madison Maco Upin Jersey Greene and Calhoun counties

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