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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Alton, Illinois A 7 thur., May 15. 1986 Thi Telegraph Assoc rated press poker pro a cric Drache shown at a Las vegas table is one of the country s noted poker professionals. He says it s about time his profession is recognized As a business. Caller threatens american captives Beirut Lebanon a a Telephone c Aller claiming to speak for the islamic jihad terrorist group today threatened to make american and French hostages held in Lebanon pay for purported Western pressure put on Syria for their release. The Anonymous caller also said the number of american and French hostages held by the shadowy islamic jihad or islamic holy War has a decreased a lot because a number of them have been a the remaining hostages with us will be the first to pay the Price a it Western countries a do not Stop mane vering against Syria and islamic jihad a the arabic speaking caller told a Western news Agency office in moslem pc est Beirut. 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Stevenson insisted that a tax increase was the Only option available to the governor if he wanted to keep his commitment to the education reforms approved last year by the general Assembly. A the cannot fund All these promises including education and build Illinois without a tax increase a Stevenson said a even with the budget increase next year Illinois will spend 28 percent less on education than when governor Thompson took Thompson who has proposed a $400 million or 9.5 percent boost for schools from kindergarten to colleges took Issue with a report on state revenues trom a bipartisan legislative panel. The Illinois economic and fiscal commission has said Revenue estimates in Thompsons budget could he off by about $800 million. A a in a not going to be foolish about the Revenue question but i won t put this state in bankruptcy and i won t raise Thompson said Thompson said the education reforms were just a Start and chastised Stevenson for his criticism. A last year in Illinois when the future of education was at stake you were there. I was there but he Wasny to Thompson said. A we Only hear his voice every four Stevenson said other states Are a reaping the benefits of Quality education. Illinois unfortunately is not one of those Thompson is More interested in the build Illinois Public works pro Gram and handing out millions of dollars in state Aid to local development projects than education. Stevenson said a unfortunately you done to get to Cut ribbons by educating children he said. A we have to make education our highest priority a later in the Day. Stevenson told reporters in Decatur that the tax Reform Bill now before Congress could cause a major increase in state income taxes unless the governor and the legislature to protect the states taxpayers Stevenson noted that Illinois income tax system like those of 22 other states is based on the Federal tax system. Stevenson said that since Illinois income taxes Are based on the adjusted Gross income on Federal income tax returns the abolition of Federal deductions would increase the adjusted Gross income a and thereby the state tax. Such an outcome could be averted. Stevenson said if the state were to lower its tax rate Bruce indicted by grand jury Jack g. Bruce was indicted by a Madison county grand jury wednesday in connection with the murders of Granite City real estate Man Carl Hoffman and his Wilt Susan Bruce of Rural Granite City was indicted on four counts of murder and single counts of Home invasion armed violence and attempted tour Der. He previously was charged with the same offences in information filed by the county states attorneys office Bruce 42, will continue to in held without Bond under an order entered wednesday by chief criminal judge of Neill. He has been at the Madison county jail since sunday Carl Hoffman. 49, and Susan Hoffman. 27. Were shot and stabbed to death april 80. Police say. Their fax lies were found the next Day in the living room of their Home at 1547 Rodger ave. Bruce is charged with attempting to murder mrs. Hoffman a 3 1 year old daughter by a previous marriage the indictment says he turned on Gas at the Home and lit a Candle nearby a with the intent to kill Jennifer Seago by fire explosion or the girl was found unharmed authorities say Bruce shot himself in the Abdomen May 3 after being contacted about an interview he spent a week at an undisclosed Hospital under police guard. Hoffman was president of Carl Hoffman realty co. In Granite City and his wife was a Secretary at the firm. Police have not disclosed a motive for the killings. Annexation delayed continued from a he also asked aldermen to not get Hung up on specific Cost figures of improvements to the property not ing the City before has annexed areas that did not have water lines but other aldermen argued against allowing Mobile Homes into the City and creating a special zoning classification k-6 for the Park and questioned the economic benefits of the annexation. A a in a opposed to Mobile Home Parks a o Neill said. A it does no to enhance the Quality of life in the City of she said if Mobile Homes were allowed they should come in under a special use permit not a new zoning classification because the Council would be better Able to limit their proliferation. Of Neill also disputed the economic benefits saying the $40,000 a year generated by the addition would not even offset the Cost of maintaining services to the area. A being bigger is not necessarily better a she said Charleston asked mayor Bert j Wuellner for his position on the Issue a a in a he voting against it it i were voting a Wuellner responded. He said allowing Mobile Homes in the City May diminish the value of other housing including some of Altona so older Alderman Anthony vambaketes took objection to the characterization of Mobile Home Parks by some aldermen and the mayor. Quot they make trailer Parks sound like a Gypsy he said. The discussion finally hit a Snag when vambaketes and Pace asked corporation Counselor c. Dana Eastman or. For a Legal opinion on where the City would stand with other property owners who wished to erect Mobile Homes if Tho Storey land Park were admitted under the r-6 classification. A i Don t want to interpret it off the top of my head a Eastman said. But when pressed he said the annexation of store land could cause the owner of another recently annexed property along Osterburg Road to push for admission of Mobile Homes the property owned by Larry r Manns is zoned As an Industrial Park. But Manns has requested permission to put Mobile Homes there annexation of store land Eastman said a could change the precedent for having Mobile Eastman said the r-6 classification a limits Mobile Homes but it opens the at that Point. Pace called for the Lay Over and in a Roll Call vote. Of Neill and Timmermiere cast the Only negative votes. State nation would Hiver stages Alton tailgater fall. 17 3 Alton Pool fall 414 h Gratton fall .15.8 expect the Best Why Settle for less waterbeds. Ltd. Dio i. Broadway of Washington Ava Alton Iii. 46s-2285 6-Fri. Till 3 Day bedroom Sale now in Progress Schwartz furniture 22 w. 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In Call Ca 377-7143 or toll free 1-800-462-6725 Yarhn unc Ccu a Bond Truot gov seeks replacement tor to ail Chicago i apr Republican party leaders have launched a search for a replacement tor attorney general candidate James i Ryan who Quot reluctantly withdrew his bid amid allegations that he had physically abused his w Ives meantime. Attorney general Neil Hartigan. A Democrat who Ryan was trying to unseat said that in View of the allegations. Ryan had no right to the office which monitors the states criminal Justice system a this conduct was a disgrace. Hartigan said Quot or. Ryan should t he in Public office the conduct is a disgrace and he should t be on the ticket a finances Washington it a it Illinois Democrat Paul Simon says his first year in the Senate brought Only minor changes in personal finances with he and his wife. Jeanne seeing a Small dip in their net Worth Simon said wednesday that the couples total income and liabilities Rose in 1985, leaving them with a net Worth of $111. Xxi in 1984. The Simonsj net Worth stood at $113, xxx Simon said he and his wife held assets of $399.tix last year up from $381,480 in 1984 liabilities in 1985 amounted to $287,6 k a an increase of about $9,2<k> proof lacking on Hitler pictures Chicago a the finder and the keeper of photographs linked to Adolf Hitler say they cannot prove the pictures belonged to the nazi dictator but no one is weeping Over the publicity the photos have created Wilbert w Massman. A retired insurance claims adjuster from Cary 111., said wednesday he removed the world War i Era photos and other items in 1945 from a Munich apartment said to have been used by Hitler. Quot you would assume they probably were his. But you never know a said Massman. 70. A the Hitler did t hand them to me. Utility s and department goofed Chicago a an advertising department employee of Commonwealth Edison co. Goofed when he used editorial Content As a reason for withdrawing advertising from the Freeport journal Standard an Edison official says. A i have reinstated the Freeport ads because from a corporate policy standpoint our advertising policy is not based on the editorial Content of papers a Donald Petkus an Edison vice president who is in charge of advertising said wednesday night a the advertising budget will remain As it s been regardless of what they write on the editorial Page Petkus said in a Telephone interview. Alc urges Milwaukee Headquarters Minneapolis apr Milwaukee should be the Headquarters for a new 5.3 million member Church to be formed from the merger it three lutheran denominations leaders of the american lutheran Church have decided. The Alcus executive Council on wednesday reaffirmed Many of the proposals reached in february by a commission on the new lutheran Church and agreed that the name of the new body should be the evangelical lutheran Church in America. South korean police students clash Seoul. South Korea a students and police clashed with gasoline bombs stones and tear Gas on at least four Seoul campuses today in an escalation of violence three Days before the anniversary of a bloody 1980 protest against martial Law. a Home Center out toe grass carpet red. Brown Green was $3 99 so cd a Strong Prono Vinyl was s3 99 so cd now $2�99 so cd now $2.99 so cd Armstrong Cambray Vinyl was $7.99 so cd now 4.99 Philadelphia Kitchen carpet prints was $7 99 so cd now 4.99 we won a the under sold open Mon thurs. 9-6, Fri. 9-8, sat. 9-5 Shi phone 465-0998 kit it . 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