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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Alton, Illinois A i sot., May 31, 1986 the Telegraph state nation world doctor comments on girl s death Chicago apr a 9-year-old girl Nicole Hobson who died after a Rookie Driver of a bus on which she had a heart attack refused to take her to a nearby Hospital probably could t have been saved anyway her doctor says and Union officials said Friday they think the Driver is being made a Scapegoat and they plan to press for changes in Overly strict rules forbidding Drivers to leave their routes without permission. The Driver 32-year-old Ben Perry was suspended for three Days for failing to follow Correct emergency procedures during the incident late wednesday night Chicago transit authority officials said. Odle faces life term or execution Thomas Odle faces two possible sentences a grave damage reports witness espionage trial in after his conviction for killing his parents Olney Iii. A life in prison or execution two Brothers and a sister. Odle 19, was ruled eligible for the death penalty f riday after choosing to let the judge who presided at his Richland county circuit court trial rather than the jury determine his Fate he was convicted the Day before of repeatedly stabbing four members of his family and strangling a fifth on nov. 8, 1985 the bodies of Robert and Carolyn Odle both 39 their daughter. Robyn 14 and their son Sean 13, and Scott to were found that evening in a bloody bedroom and bathroom of the family s mount Vernon Home. Death sentence is retribution Chicago apr a Cook county judge said Quot retribution purely and simply was his motive for imposing the death penalty on a Man convicted of raping and strangling a Bible College student judge Earl Strayhorn gave Larry Scott 30, the death penalty Friday for the rape and murder of Kristin Kent a 24-year-old Moody Bible Institute student. The judge ordered that Scott who stood before him be Given a lethal injection Quot at one minute after Midnight on the morning of aug 4, 1986,�?� the second anniversary of the woman a death. At amp to faces Midnight strike threat Washington apr facing a Midnight strike threat american Telephone amp Telegraph co. Is preparing to keep Long distance service running As negotiators try to Settle a labor dispute that could put operators on picket lines instead of phone lines. The communications workers of America representing 155,000 at amp to workers embroiled in a wage and Job Security dispute with the phone company said a 12 01 . Edt sunday strike deadline is firm. Soviets toss Rock Benefit concert Moscow apr soviet pop Star Alia Pugacheva declaring Quot we want to give our hearts a kicked off a Benefit concert before 30, Khz people to Aid victims of the chernobyl nuclear disaster and help pay for the vast cleanup now under Way. The concert the soviet unions first Rock Benefit was held in Moscow Friday night at an indoor stadium built for the 1980 olympics. Baltimore apr information about . Electronic eavesdropping that Ronald w. Pelton is accused of giving the soviets could produce a exceptionally grave damage to National Security a senior intelligence official testified in Pel tones spy trial. William p. Crowell jr., head of the National Security Agency a operation to intercept soviet messages testified Friday that one such Effort known in court As project a Quot gave us an insight into military forces their relative size their plans for Maneu vers or training Crowell did not testify directly about Pelton a former Asa employee. He described projects that other witnesses said Pelton had disclosed calling them important elements of National intelligence efforts. Project a an operation involving the interception of soviet electronic data gave intelligence analysts Quot a considerable amount of information about their Overall capabilities a said Crowell in a rare Public appearance for an Asa official. Its disclosure Quot could cause exceptionally grave damage to the National Security a Crowell told . District court jurors. The soviets could take countermeasures Quot to make our signal intelligence program less Pelton 44. Is accused of giving the soviets details of projects he worked on As a communications specialist before resigning from the Agency in 1979. The indictment says Pelton was paid $35,000 for the information plus travel expenses. He is accused of giving the soviets the information during two trips to Vienna Austria in 1980 and 1983. Crowell gave jurors a primer of the nations electronic eavesdropping capability. Quot a Good analogy is that interception or collection of satellite to signals by owners of backyard satellite dishes he said. Now that pay Cable networks Are scrambling their transmissions to prevent dish owners from receiving programs that were not intended for them some viewers try to decode the signal he said. Asa intercepts All types of electronic transmissions which Are Analysed by experts who attempt to break the signal. Crowell said disclosures about an operation known during the trial As project b Quot would allow soviets to better assess our capability is. Their communications and it would allow them to make better judgments As to the value of some communications the Telegraph John badman in memorial a w. Earl Smith commander of veterans of world War i Barracks 986 in Alton tosses a Wreath from the Clark Bridge into the Mississippi River Friday in Observance of the traditional memorial Day. Wimp or titanic party Are names suggested for new party Springfield 111. A if Adlai e. Stevenson takes the advice of some Illinois legislators his new political party might be called the wimp party the titanic party or the last round up party. Wimp an idea suggested Friday by rep. Jack Davis a new Lenox stands for the woe is me party or winning Illinois March 18 party. Its Quot the first thing that will come to anybody a mind a he added. Stevenson finds himself Fielding a third party slate to run for governor after quitting the democratic party when two followers of political extremist Lyndon Larouche upset mainstream party regulars for lieutenant governor and Secretary of state. His new running mate for lieutenant governor is Cook county circuit judge Michael Howlett jr., with Dupage county commissioner Jane Spirgel seeking the nomination for Secretary of state. The remaining positions on the unnamed third party ticket will be filled by Quot nominal candidates Stevenson aides say. Stevenson spokeswoman Terry Stephan said a party name is still being discussed. But she promised Quot we will not Call it the Republican party and we will not Call it the democratic party. A there will be no attempt to be humorous about it a she added. Quot Well choose something that will help get the Point across about what we re doing. It May be the Adlai Stevenson party or something like rep. Dick Mautino a Spring Valley suggested calling the new party the last round up. Quot i think that since our party a Emblem is the Donkey which is a very intelligent animal and since Adlai shaving problems with his horses a said rep. Dick Mautino of Spring Valley. Quot and especially since he a trying to round up candidates to fill the Quot i think they need a name that has a lot of symbolism a said sen. Jack Schaffer a Crystal Lake. Quot i think titanic would be very Good a rep. Sam Vinson a Clinton could t think of a Good name far the party but he did have an idea for the party a Symbol a a camels a it has two humps for Adlai to hang onto and its a beast that goes a Long Way before it needs sustenance a he said. Quot and his party May have to do Piasa Hills residents upset dog poisoning is suspected Altom Telegraph Anta blinded Jan. Is 1836 published daily by Alton Telegraph printing company Stephen a Cousley publisher amp editor Robert l Carl general manager d g Schumacher executive editor Lee Payne advertising manager Donald Lindsay classified advertising manager Lee Snook business manager Rod Hannis circulation 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 a ocal news published herein. Single copy 30< daily monday Friday saturday 75t subscription Price. 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Detroit advertising classified 463 2527 display .463-2550 business acct dept 463 2507 circulation dept 463 2511 news editorial dept 463 2551 sports editor 463 2565 family editor 463 2567 operator. 463 2500 Wood River township office news Bureau 259-0027 advertising 259-5334 Madison county Bureau Edwardsville news advertising 656 7500 a a Alton Telegraph printing co. 1986 convicted murderers Appeal denied subscriber service of you do not receive your Telegraph before 5 30 ., phone the office responsible for delivery in your area before 6pm monday fonday saturday closing one hour earlier Alton. Godfrey 463 2511 East Alton Rosewood Heights 259-7026 Wood River Hartford Roxana cottage Hills Bethalto South Roxana. Moro Meadowbrook Brighton Edwardsville Jerseyville. All other areas 2546714 259 1982 377-8701 463-2511 498 2631 463 2511 Call toll free in Illinois for service Between 8 . And 5 p 1-800-042-2118 by Dennis Mcmurray of the Telegraph Springfield the latest Appeal by Charles j. Lindgren of his second conviction for the 1977 Mur Der of Arthur Lewis of Girard was denied by the 4th appellate court this week. In his third Appeal heard by the appellate panel Here Lindgren argued errors were committed in his Post trial conviction hearing held in 1985. Lindgren contended the trial court Sangamon county circuit judge Jerry Rhodes erred by permitting the state to participate in the Post trial hearing. The appeals court however said the court had Quot meticulously followed the procedure in the Law for the hearing in his latest Appeal Lindgren also contended he had been denied effective assistance of counsel in his second trial held in Springfield in 1981, and on Appeal. The appellate justices however said the Only specific examples Given by Lindgren in support of his argument a that his lawyer did not seek a polygraph test for him or ask to have the jury sequestered were without Merit. They noted polygraph test results Are inadmissible As evidence anyway and the second trial was moved out of Maco Upin county to Springfield and jurors were repeatedly admonished to avoid news coverage of the trial. Lindgren was first convicted of murder armed robbery and robbery in a jury trial in Carlinville in november 1977. Those verdicts were reversed on Appeal and a new trial was granted a his Ood shop on the grounds testimony relating to an alleged arson was improperly admitted. Lindgren was convicted again of murder armed robbery and robbery by the Springfield jury at his second trial in january 1981. He was sentenced to concurrent terms of 85 to 135 years for murder and 25 to 75 years for armed robbery. Those convictions and sentences were previously upheld on Appeal. The mutilated body of the victim Arthur Quot Pappy Lewis 75, was found in april 1977, and Lindgren was arrested a Short time later. River stages Alton tailgater fall .21.68 Alton Pool fall .418.05 Complete line of convenience foods and products residents of the Piasa Hills subdivision in Godfrey Are upset Over deaths of 12 dogs in recent Days possibly due to a a vigilante poisonings Sheila Mccormack of the 5800 Block of Vollmer in the subdivision said neighbors Are in a quandary about the recent rash of deaths. She said that in addition to the 12 dead three dogs Are seriously ill. Nine of the dead dogs Are from a litter of puppies mrs. Mccormack said. State lottery Springfield 111. A Here Are the winning numbers selected Friday in the Illinois lottery daily game 2-8-3 pick four 5-2-2-0 estimated lotto Jackpot $5 million Terry Brookman supervisor of the Madison county animal control department said it is impossible to say for sure if the dogs have in fact been poisoned. An autopsy and clinical testing is required he said to determine with certainty. However if someone has been poisoning dogs they could be charged with destruction of property under the criminal code. The Madison county sheriffs department said it has received some reports of possibly poisoned dogs but they Are not sure if the incidents fall under their jurisdiction. Brookman said the Case sounds like one of a a vigilante poisoning in which a resident with a problem with dogs running Large has Quot taken the Law into his own he said there have been numerous complaints of dog problems la the Piasa Hills subdivision. Voice for health lamp Shire double cheese Burger 99�?T Bud Light or Bud Weber 6 Pak so to cans a warm or cold Coors or Coors Ligh 12 is $3.99 i Jeno s pizza Pepperoni or sausage wed. Fri. Amp Sun. Only 24 hours a week 463-0297 by or. Gerald Bemis amp or. Frank Bemis coming to terms there Are names Given to the various parts of the spine. The a cervical or neck Region consists of the seven smallest vertebrae Bones. The Topmost Ana smallest supports the Skull. The a a thoracic or mid Back Region consists of 12 larger Bones to which the ribs Are attached. Ten pairs of ribs curve around to attach to the breastbone sternum in front. The two lower pairs Are too Short to meet in front and so Are called a a floating ribs. The a a Lumbar or lower Back Region consists of five massive vertebrae. This segment bears most of the stress in supporting the upper body. The a a sacrum a Large Bone serves to Anchor the lower spine to the hips. It forms the hard rear Wall of the Pelvic area. The a a Cox a is the Tailbone. Coc warm or cold Busch a barrel 21.50 plus Dep Best our buy in town 7k u3bti own6 flavors1 giant quart cup soda 49&Quot a oct in Pepsi 8 -16 of. Bus. Plus Deposit 1.39 other Days 1.69 plus Deposit diet pest Pepsi free Mountain Dew if you or your children Haven t been helped by your present form of health care Isnit it time you tried chiropractic the doctor of chiropractor has been thoroughly trained to use All the aids of modern technology to track Down the source of your problem and to remove the cause hours mon., wed., Fri. 8-7, tues. 8-5, sat. 9-12. Mastercard and visa. Prairie farms notice to subscribers of you did not receive these advertising sections in your newspaper today venture a Penney target no View Kmart amp Central hardware please Call the subscriber service number for your area listed above. Prairie farms homogenized milk gal1 891 a Psi diet Pepsi Mountain Dew i Uter Sqq l bottle w 7 warm or cold ?51 i Fin Fluffy bread 3 lib. Loaves Sweet heart ice Cream it Gal. 1.49 cans Pepsi diet Pepsi Mountain Dew a amp 2.89�?T warm or cold i Bartles amp Jaymes wine cooler 142.9 warm or Coli Pepsi All brands cigarettes King 100 s pack 1.10 plus tax Reg Carton 9.25 Busch Beer 12 Pak cans 4.29 Busch 3�?m\ the full gospel Idaho Eusek enter of Alton 212 e. Elm Alton in pastors Melvin amp Rosalie Naylor a assistant Joe Dunnagan we would like to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with you. Come to the full gospel evangelistic Center of Alton where the spirit of the lord is and All denominations come together to worship god where the holy spirit is in charge and the name of Jesus is lifted up. We would like to invite the hearing impaired to join with us in worship. We have an interpreter for All services so come and hear by the hands of god s people. Done to let a hearing loss keep you from receiving gods word. Services sunday sunday school 9 45 . Worship.10 45 . Evening .7 00 . Mid week wednesday.7 00 . 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