Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Alton Telegraph Newspaper Archives May 10 1986, Page 2

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Alton, Illinois A2 May the Telco Raph state nation world Adlai Hopes to alter vote pattern a democratic supporters of Adlai Stevenson Hope voter education will alter statistics indicating at least percent of those casting ballots in the 1984 general election voted a straight party Stevenson won the democratic gubernatorial nomination but withdrew from the party ticket to avoid association with two backers of political extremist Lyndon Larouche who also won nominations in the March 18 Stevenson is hoping instead to run As an Independent cant cast their ballots for both Stevenson and the democrats still on the ticket with a straight party and some democrats fear the practice could Hurt Stevenson Campaign for new space failure surfaces Washington a the failure of a fourth Type of space vehicle this year has come to at the same time Nasa has bowed to the wishes of a presidential panel that outside experts supervise the redesign of the Booster rocket that destroyed the the associated press Learned Friday that a Small Nasa research rocket misfired april 25 Over the army missile Range in White Fri accused of protecting Presser Washington a Fri agents tried to undermine a government probe of teamsters president Jackie admitting Only after an indictment was prepared that they had authorized his role in a scheme to embezzle Union say congressional and other in the first Public airing of the Justice departments decision last july to close a million investigation of the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations was told Friday that the prosecution was dropped because the Fri had compromised the Bank robbers called incompetent South a most Bank robbers Are incompetents and Are Likely to botch their according to two researchers who found that gangs today mainly want Short clean Good pay and no most robbers Are dont like violence and dont plan their said Terry Baumer and Michael Carrington of the Indiana University school of Public and environmental affairs at South police Seal off Black township South Africa a hundreds of police officers and soldiers sealed off the troubled Black township of Alexandra on Johannesburg northeastern Edge today in a Large scale Security operation intended to curb officers searched vehicles and pedestrians entering or leaving the and a local journalist said scores of police and military vehicles were patrolling the Kiev parents Send kids away Moscow a the Kremlin sharply decreased radio Active emissions from the Cherno Byl nuclear but trains arriving Here from Kiev were packed today As uneasy parents brought their children farther away from the disaster in its latest statement on the atomic Power Plant issued the soviet government said work continued to eliminate the consequences of the april 26 non nuclear explosion and fire at the Plant 80 Miles North of an intensive Cooling of the reactor has been under Way in order to lower the temperature of the Active zone and has helped sharply to reduce the emission of radioactive said the distributed by the official Tass news officials of the International atomic Energy Agency on Friday said the Accident at the four reactor Plant was by far the worst in the history of nuclear but said soviet specialists were getting it under the officials from the Vienna based Agency said Small amounts of radiation were still emanating from the Plant despite a Many tonnes shield of Sand and other materials dumped by helicopters on the stricken the fire in the reactors Graphite has been they the soviets will Encomb the reactor in Concrete for a yearlong Cooling the atomic Energy Agency officials told a news Confer ence in soviet officials have said two people were killed in the Accident and 204 18 in serious East european journalists said on Friday that a soviet official had told them a third person had died from radiation Bone marrow specialist Robert Gale told the associated press he had heard nothing about a person dying of trains arriving in Moscow packed with children radiation the who has been in Moscow for a said he was continuing to care for victims of the chernobyl about residents living within an 18mile radius of the Plant were evacuated beginning 36 hours after the about children Are also being let out of school Early so they can leave in the past four women with Young children have poured off special trains coming to the capital from the soviet unions third largest City with million Moscow Kievsky railway station was thronged again this morning with arriving Many of them mothers and Young one woman in her 50s who had just arrived said Many Kievan were trying to leave with their they say on the radio that everything is but people with children still want to get them she travellers reported no signs of alarm in the ukrainian located 450 Miles Southwest of but Many were visible Reuters correspondent Charles who was the Pool re Porter for English language news agencies in a group of foreign journalists taken to Kiev on a 24 hour trip arranged by the foreign said Kiev did not have the feeling of a City in there is underlying but no he said Bremner and other correspondents returning from Kiev said they saw children playing on City which were crowded for fridays Victory Day Holiday Cele Brating the nazi defeat in world War a red Flag was raised Over the chernobyl Plant to Mark the holi associated press evacuated an elderly couple stand in a doorway at the Kopylova state about 31 Miles West of about persons were evacuated to the farm in the aftermath of the chernobyl nuclear according to a Moscow radio Russia language report monitored by the British broadcasting in the International atomic Energy Agency officials said on Friday that temperatures were dropping in the reactors and dismissed the possibility of a that contradicted the View of other nuclear including Robert a senior scientist at Argonne National Laboratory in in an interview Avery it would be unreasonable to imagine a huge amount of radioactive material getting out As it apparently did without there being a the chernobyl disaster sent a invisible Cloud of radioactivity Over much of Europe that has gradually working its Way around the world to the United incorporation of Holiday shores opposed Telegraph 1836 published daily by Alton Telegraph printing company Stephen a Cousley publisher editor Robertl Carl general manager d g Schumacher executive editor Lee Payne advertising manager Donald Lindsay classified advertising manner Lee Snook business manager Rod Hannis circulation manager member of Thi associated press the associated press is Del sively entitled to the use of publication of All news dispatches credited in this paper and to the local news published herein single copy 30e daily monday Friday saturday 75t subscription Price by earner s7 00 per Calendar month by mail s79 00 a year 50 sin months m Madison county 00 a year 50 us months in Illinois and Missouri other zones upon request mail subscriptions not accepted in towns where Carrier delivery is available Alton Telegraph lumps 015 0601 second class postage paid at Alton Illinois 62002 member the audit id eau of circulation local advertising rates and contract Moi Molion on application at i he Telegraph business Ollice 111 East Broadway Alton to 62002 National advertising represents lives Branham newspaper sales new York Chicago Detroit advertising classified 4632527 display 463 2550 business acc Deal 463 2507 circulation Deal 4632511 news editorial dept 4632551 sports editor 4632565 family editor 463 2567 operator 463 2500 Wood River township Oldie news Bureau 2590027 advertising 259 5334 Madison county Bureau Edwardsville news advertising 656 7500 Allon Telegraph printing co 1986 subscriber service ii you do not receive your Telegraph 5 30 p m phone the Ottice response or delivery in your area before 6 p m monday Friday saturday closing one hour earner Godfrey 4632511 East Alton Rosewood Heights 259 7026 Wood Ron Ana cottage Hills Bethalto South Ron Ana Moro Meadowbrook Edwardsville All other areas 2546714 259 1982 3778701 4632511 4982631 4632511 Call toll free in Illinois for service Between and 5 1mo442311t threat seen to religious Liberty new York a lawyers for the nations roman Catholic Bish Ops plan to Appeal a Federal judges finding of contempt of court in a Case that challenged the Church tax exempt and some Church state experts say they fear a threat to religious Dean Church state affairs officer of the National Council of said the lawsuit attempts an unconstitutional restriction on the free exercise of a tragic reversal of our tradition of religious District judge Robert Carter on Friday enlarged his thursday contempt finding against the ordering them to pay Legal fees of a pro abortion group that had challenged the Church tax exempt by Lorie Mccrea Telegraph news intern Farmers expressed opposition at a meeting held thursday night to discuss incorporation of Holiday said Don a member of the Holiday shores committee for the meeting was held to answer questions from Farmers who were suspicious of the proposed incorporation of Holiday which finally seems to be a possibility after several years of a misunderstanding arose when the incorporation committee decided at a meeting a few weeks ago to consider adding two Square Miles of Farmland to the West to the two Square Miles of the Lakeside sub i four Square Miles of land is needed before incorporation can take place in the Community about seven Miles North of the committee had proposed the land to the West As part of the incorporation because it would have Good Access to Moro Road for commercial use in the Clark assured the Farmers who Felt they were being forced into incorporation the land to the West was Only tentatively suggested and incorporation might occur in an other direction we Arent Tring to shove it Down their he among the fears expressed by those opposed were re zoning of Farmland and being forced to take water and sewer residents of the unincorporated area now pay an assessment of Clark said that the committee would suggest the assessment be done away with and a tax base used Clark said that based on a taxes would be about the same As the assessment currently with the added Benefit of getting Back some of the motor fuel and state taxes if Holiday shores were an incorporated Vil Clark cited such advantages As better maintained roads and police the Farmers were also told at the meeting that their land could not be rezoned by the incorporated Village unless the owner himself requested Clark did Point out to the farm ers that they could Benefit if they wanted to rezone their land resident lot sales have almost doubled in the last eight months with the proposed residential lots Are Worth More that he residents would also be Al Lowed to make their own decision As to whether they want water and sewer in addition to four Square Miles of an areas assessed valuation must be at least million and have a population of Holiday shores meets the first state lottery a Here Are the winning numbers selected Friday in the Illinois lottery daily game 853 pick four 6918 estimated lotto Jackpot million requirement with an assessed valuation in excess of but has an estimated population of Only the incorporation committee asked for help from Sam who has introduced a Bill to allow Holiday shores to despite its the Bill does not appear Likely to pass due to the senates concentration on financial matters and Emer gency legislation during this ses Clark our anticipation was that the legislation would pass the Bill in if it Doest we will try to resubmit it at the next Clark River stages Alton tailgater Alton Pool notice to subscribers if you did not receive these advertising sections in your newspaper today 14 crate cd please Call the subscriber service number for your area listed Amoco i and sunday Only diet Pepsi Pepsi free and Mountain Dew peps old Milwaukee Beer 12 Pak cans warm or cold quart cup soda 7 up diet 7 up Pepper a Ltd Pepper Sunkist 2 89 Prairie farms homogenized onion dip Michelob Michelob dark Quarter barrel Irvin announces additional office hours saturday morning gynaecology family weight control 533 third 4652519 accepting new patients St 1o Hospital in National Hospital week May 1986 hospitals make healthy neighbors As your Good health Josephs invites the Community to free health screenings free diabetes screening May 13 1 00 sch Laboratory sugar test requires 12hour fast be 18 years of age or older bring list of medications you Are currently taking free blood pressure screenings and health risk Factor surveys every tuesday afternoon Josephs health Center ground floor professional building Josephs Hospital helping you to better health Ifill Mill

Search all Alton, Illinois newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 10, 1986

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.