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DAItV CHtONlCtf fKoll HUr TWulnv July 4 IVS 2 dead, 65 injured ii v. Markets Tornadoes hit city of Canton Slockt of Local IntartKl Th llal market rt-porl prouder! by I.ck-wi and Co William Nflon rrnixtrrd rrwnta(ivr In rvKafh After caih company Blmf apprars Ihr ptrvaius trailing da closr anil noon loitav engine of wood through its block, javelin-atyle. fiKurrs Prrv Day Noon Cba Today fatality figure during tnt night but finally settled on two drad and 63 Injured. About one-third of Canton, a town of 13.000. including portiiMi of the downtown area and the big International Harvester plant, were badly CANTON, lit.
(UPI) Tor nadoea npprd through (hia writ central Illinois community Wednesday niishl and tome 2I0 National Guardamen arrived early today to curb looting among the shattered build ink. and trecleai street. Authorities reported various Guardsmen were aaaignecl to the rubble-strewn business district to nop the looting reported throughout the night. Portion of the downtown area looked as if they had undergone a World War II bombing. A car in front of the fire station displayed a big chunk aaiM HmtUAtmMn ttJiT vV 1 27S 27 S7H 874 22S 23 34 34 new uow as Prv.
Day Noon lhe Today Anaconda 164 It (Mm ATAT 48 fcxaon Corp Chryater IJ 2S Sundstrand. Comm.Edmin 274 IV Eamark. wi Cullifan KH US Surd Com Tel I IS IIH Wurtiliw Del Mome 25 2JVi Duplea I IIH Vs Untied Aircraft 53S 54 Gen Electric 49H 48 Barber -tireenr Gen MoCori 4 JOS IVKalb AsRm Gen Tel 23. 23H PMineer Hibred Nl Ga .224 22 Wolohan Cortland-Ockast Yarda, Corn $2 85. Soybean! $5 50.
Oala II 35. Cloudy, warmer 57S 57 Tfwn 354. I 7: Vi-iJ Partly doudy Conlght with a chance of thunder storms In the southern areas of the state. Friday, mostly tunny skies are predicted. The low tonight wil be In the low to mid 60s; the high Friday wil be In the low to mid 80s.
Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday, with a chance of showers and thunderstorms In the southern portions of the Mate. Johnson sentenced SYCAMORE -Larry K. Johnson, who pleaded guilty June 25 to the arsons of two church-related buildings in DeKalb, yesterday was sentenced to 64 to 20 years in a state prison. The senunce is the maximum allowed by state statute. Circuit Judge Cart A.
Swan-son Jr. sentenced Johnson to a one to 10 year term for the Oct. 17. 1974 arson of the Church of the Open Door, Eleventh and State streets, and to a 6H to 20-year term for the May 27 arson of the Salvation Army's Red Shield Store, 112 E. Locust St.
Judge Swanson ordered that both sentences run concurrently, however. After, physical and psychiatric tests are conducted at the State Department of Corrections adult diagnostic center at Joliet, Johnson will be assigned to a state penitentiary, the slate's attorney's office said. Asst. State's Attorney Jordan Gallagher said Johnson would be eligible for parole after serving 4Vi years. aaj BBVi.JF.
i a. if 4 I Pollution commission continues complaint RE1NHOLDT6 GARDNER Members: Chicago Board of Trade Chicago Merchantile Exchange OFFICIAL L'SDA MAAKFT ADVANCE LIVESTOCK FOC JULY CatUt Hofi 14.300 20,800 Week 13.308 27,084 Year Ago 12,861 31.017 regulate the use of non-returnable beverage containers also will be reviewed by the commission. The commission will review the ordinance with the city attorney and set a date for a public hearing on it USOA LIVESTOCK SLAUGHTER UNDER FEDERAL INSPECTION YESTERDAY Cattte 4 Hofi 228.000 20i000 264.000 The DeKalb Environmental Pollution Control Commission will continue discussion on the complaint of alleged air pollution by DeKalb Roofing, Siding and Insulation Company at it's meeting tonight at 7 in the DeKalb Municipal Building. The company's six month operating permit expires Aug. 27.
The owners are seeking to have the permit renewed for an additional sot months. A proposed ordinance to Yesterday. 135,000 Wee Ago 138.000 Year Ago. 117,000 DRESSED BEEF TRADE YESTERDAY Steer beef Choice grade 3 Heifer beef Choice grade 3 180 00-81 00. CHICAGO MERCANTILE LIVE CATTLE AS OF 11JI A.M.
Remains of home Carl Voorhees seems to echo the mood of most Canton, DL, residents as he sifts through the rubble left in the wake of a tornado which struck the community Wednesday. At least two deaths were caused by the storm which raked this central Illinois community. (UPI photo) Note Serving DeKalb ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Mil 4ihPhor 756-1022 Dk Andtnon ELEFESS THEATRES Obituaries STAGE COACH PLAYERS INDOOR 135 N. 2nd St 756-4612 Prior Cloaf Opstung High Low Last Aug 47.77 47.80 48.3 5 47.75 47.77 Oct. 42.55 4250 42 85 4240 42 45 Dec 4IJ2 41 60 415 41 45 4145 Feb 4105 4125 41.55 41.05 41.15 CHICAGO MERCANTILE LIVE HOGS ASOFIIJt A.M.
nor CVM Opening High Low Last Aug 5582 56 00 56.40 55.75 55.80 Oct. 48.55 48.95 50.00 48.50 49.50 Dec 44.25 48.80 48.90 48.15 49.20 Feb, 48.20 48.65 48.65 47.90 47.90 Last Times Tonight Oaath Roc 3000 Clndaralla liberty 1:30 PRESENT STARTS TOMORROW "THE JURY ROOM" (Mystery-Drama) JULY 24th thru 28th Jack Maria prruali Nicholson Sdinekkr Antonkmfs "Bssenger- limit Sriisli PC Directed by Irene Weaver Emma Nelson SANDWICH Mrs. Emma Nelson, 81, of Sandwich, died July 23, 1975, at Sandwich Community Hospital. Funeral arrangements are being completed at the Burk-hart Funeral Home. Jennie Troeger SANDWICH Mrs.
Jennie Troeger, of Sandwich, died July 24, 1975 at Sand Haven Nursing Home. Funeral arrangements are being completed at the Burk-hart Funeral Home. Victor Haines EARLVILLE Victor Haines, 85, of Earlville, died July 23. 1975, at Sandwich Community Hospital. He was born Dec.
4, 1889, in Slanesville, W. and came to Illinois in 1911. He is survived by his widow, the former Mabel Willman; three sons, Gale, Mendola, Forrest, Compton, and Donald, Earlville: three daughters, Mrs. Virginia Wyatt, Ro- chelle, Mrs. Barbara Lane, Earlville, and Mrs.
Gloria Foster, Earlville; 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Torman Funeral Home, Earlville. Burial will be in Twin Grove Cemetery, Scarboro. Friends may call from 6-9 p.m.
tomorrow at the funeral home, Delia Broug hton Mrs. Delia J. Broughton, 98, of Pine Acres Retirement Center, died July 23, 1975 at Pine Acres. She was born March 3, 1877, in Waterman, the daughter of Henry and Johanna Lelfheit. She was married to Charles B.
Broughton in Waterman. She is survived by a son, Charles Oak Park; a daughter, Mrs. Helen B. Sullivan, Chicago; five grandsons and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and a son.
She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. MS LAST DAY OPIN 6i4S p.m. Paul Kinniry Clark Neher Donald Oehlert Judy Olson Dillon Prendergast Allen Weaver Mary Crocker Cynthia Folgate Maxine Freed Marilyn Harms Janet Isom Karen Jeske Walt Disnevs Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St.
Paul's Episcopal Church, with the Rev. William K. Gros officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call from 7-9 p.m, today at the Ronan-Moore Mortuary.
Martha Thuestad Martha E. Thuestad, 76, of Piano, formerly of DeKalb and Crest on, died July 23, 1975, at Sand Haven Rest Home, Sandwich. She was born Nov. 13, 1898, In Chicago, the daughter of Ole and JLise Askeland. She was married; to Willie Thuestad' on Feb.
17, 1915, in rural Esmond. She is survived by her husband; a son, Orval, rural res-ton; four Mrs. Alvie (Vivian) Moen, Argyle, Mrs. Robert Mae Dell, Piano, Mrs. Wayne (Ruth) Henderson, Villa Park, and Mrs.
Irvin (Carolyn )Theirf elder. Battle Creek, 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs Levi (Anna) Johnson, Monroe Center; and two brothers, Adolph, Esmond, and Eneval, Rochelle. She was preceded in death by two brothers. She was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Sandwich. Services will be at 1 p.m.
Saturday at the Wirtz-Roche-Smith Funeral Home, with the Rev. Simon Kvaale officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Creston. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
SWIFT COMPANY Rodirlle. Illinois July 14, l7S HOG MARKET: Top 575S, 180 200 It 54 00-55 SO; 200-230 lbs 552 230-250 lt 55.50 56.00; 250 870 lbs M75-5500 SOW MARKET: 350DOWN 4S.00-4S.50; 350500 It 47.00-47 30. CATTLE MARKET: Choice Steers 1000-1250 lbs 46 00-51 00; Good Steers 100-1250 lbs 42 00-46 00; -Holslelns 34 Cholee Helfws 900-1160 lb' 4500-48 50; Good Heifers 900-1050 lbs 42 00-45 00 PEORIA. Ill (UPI) Uveatock: CUe sslea liuufficlti to eatabliah market. Hot 50 higher; No 1 2 200-240 lb 58.00-59 50, few No I 5875; No 1 -3 200-250 lb 58.50-5900; No 24 250-270 lb 57 No 3-4 210-300 lb 55.50-5730.
JOLIET. Ill (UPI) Uveal ock; Cattle sates insufficient to establish market. Hags steady to 50 higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb few 248 lb 5830-51 00; No 1 1 200-250 lb 58.00-5830; No 2-3 250-270 lb 57.50-58.00. Friday aaimated receip 1.200 cattle, 1. 200 hogs.
CHICAGO (UPI) Whtat, com ami soybeans were sutmantiaBy higher at mldmoming today on the Board of Trade. Price lit 10:35 a.m.: Wheat Sep 3.80 up 3. Dec 3.73 up Mar 3.83 up 4. Com Sep 2.72 up Deo 2.60M up Soybean Aug 5.62 up Sep 5.61 Suit to block acute care end filed SYCAMORE A suit to block the end of acute care at DeKalb Public Hospital was filed In the 16th Judicial Cir-cuit Court yesterday, a spokeswoman in the court clerk's office said today. The suit names the city of DeKalb, all' six- aldermen, Mayor Carroll Van Patter and City Clerk Sam Riippi as defendants, The suit was filed on behalf of Cliff Simonson, 154 Park and Mrs.
Ann Alexander, 1126 State St. The suit seeks to stop the transfer of acute care from the public hospital and stop the sale of public hospital equipment, the plaintiffs have said. The suit, the court spokeswoman said, also ask for a referendum on closing the hospital. All parties in the suit have not been notified, the court spokeswoman said, so no date for a hearing has been set. at S8 Box Office Opens 4:30 p.m.
Curtain 8:15 p.m. Stuge Coach Theatre Barber Greene Road That Thought He Was a Raccoon" 7il0-9 fC HELD OVER! 6th week ju I fell no jWMllliaMial' 1 HI' ii as sBWiiiHiiiliillillilltHilil lillfMsL I BunT itetnolds I She was the xr.vr.Jkxm THB DIXIE I -4n Ir, DJLltfCEKINGS I I 1 I 7 i I DeKalb County CHAMPIONSHIP STOCK CAR RACING 75 LAP Saturday July '26 7 p.m. STOCK CAR RACING Every Saturday night Motorcycle Racing Friday Nights Board holds hearing on fireman's appeal DEVAL DRIVE IN THEATRE 160011k. Ill 'ill I ti-A ill SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 758-7464 The board must act on the appeal within IS days. Admission $1.50 Children Under 1 2 Free IVf HMY SATUSDAYW SUNDAY NITI W4rth Hton 1 1 S-C9S-S800 4 mi.st of Sycamore on Hwy Willi" LWaltj READ Born Loser In The Daily Chronicle 2 Days Only Two "Rock" Pictures iff.
1 R02ERT ROY SIIAW R.CIIARD SCHEIDER DREYFUSS mnui wmita jujfijl moo SflDISi I OSES The DeKalb Board of Police and Fire Commissioners last night held a hearing on the appeal of DeKalb Fire Department Captain Gerald Horton's suspension from the fire department on May 18. Fire Chief Rich Ulrich suspended Horton on charges of insubordination in connection with two! seperate' actions taken by Hot ton while Ulrich and former Fire Chief Ed Nelson were out of town. '-Horton allegedly filed for sick leave payment for firemen overtime payment ambulance attendants, which had previously bewi denied by Ulrich. The board said it will take statements by both sides under advisement and study the transcript of the hearing be 5 J. It's not 3 1 but it's I lively! HELD OVER Sun.
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fore rendering a decision. The city has recommended that Horton be dismissed. WWIOSOf taiavaoist Mian. amm ft vA jpfj aacMra wtw.MMcttaaiii HMM.miM iMKii.a. TOE sTTB fJYQTMfi Millqrd H.
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