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DAILY CHtONJQE DeKolb, lllmo., Soluidoy. Aug 23, 15 wwwi mi nn in mi irrf - Illinois news in brief Romance blooms CHK'A(X) (UPI) - The May nd Di- rmlH-r romance of Hnppv find Hojipv ha broUKh! Jorv into thf world and left BrookfiHd no official i;risl Father Hoppy is 24 year old kataroo and definite senior citizen bv kangaroo ulandjrds Mama Hoppv is uit a 6-year-old Zoo officials recently distovered Mr Moppy'i off-spnnK in Mrs Hoppv' pouch "Mr really surprised us." said Gail Schneider, superintendent of Brookfields Children's Zoo "We didn't think he had it in him " Authorities said they thought I'apa Uoppy had "retired " Ford to arrive in Chicago CHICAGO (UPI) - President Ford arrives in Chicago Sunday and has been invited to join Mayor Richard J. Daley and Chicago Yacht Club members at an Informal dinner reception at the Yacht Club Ford, who is fast becoming a frequent Illinois commuter, will spend the night in Chicago and address the American Hard ware Manufacturers Association Monday before departing for Milwaukee The President was expected to arrive at O'Hare International Airport Sunday evening from Montana Body found CHICAGO (UPI) - The body of a man was found Friday in 15 feet of water at Chicago's Jackson Park harbor - 20 feet from where a dinghy overturned in storm-tossed waters Thursday night. The victim was tentatively identified through papers in his wallet as Edward Ware of Chicago. The body was found by scuba divers. Witnesses told the Chicago Fire Department heavy winds overturned the small boat. Teachers strike SPRINGFIELD, III (UPI) - Teachers were on strike Friday at two Illinois school districts, and teachers in a third district said they had informational pickets set up but had not yet taken a strike vote. The Illinois Education Association said teachers went on strike Friday in Hillsboro, a unit district in Montgomery County which has 2,600 students and 140 teachers. Classes were scheduled to start Friday, but the schools did not open due to the strike. Restraining orders issued BENTON, III (UPI) - Additional temporary restraining orders were issued Friday by Federal Judge Henry Wise of Danville on behalf of coal companies whose mines have been shut down by miners dissatisfied with shift rotation policies. Wise, in hearings at U.S. District Court at Benton, Friday granted restraining orders at the request of Peabody and Inland Steel mines after Thursday ordering an end to walkouts at Old Ben, AMAX and Zeigler coal company mines. Barry confesses PEORIA, III. (UPI) - Michael Barry, 22, Bartonville, has confessed to the slaying of Linda Ann Bishop, 15, Peoria, whose body was found 10 days ago on a county road near Pottstown, Peoria County police said Friday. Authorities said Barry would go before the grand jury next Monday. Authorities said Barry was being held on a kidnaping charge when they became suspicious and began asking him about the Bishop killing. They said they became convinced he was their man because he knew more about the subbing than authorities had disclosed. Miss Bishop was stabbed to death. Your government The following public meetings are scheduled next week: Monday 8 p.m. - DeKalb City Council, Municipal Building. Tuesday 1:15 p.m. - Tuberculosis Sanitarium Board, 1731 Sycamore Road. 7:30 p.m. - DeKalb County Planning Department rezon-ing hearing, DeKalb Municipal Building. 7:30 p.m.- Sycamore 3oard of Education, 315 West Elm St. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. - Safety and Law Enforcement Committee of the DeKalb County Board, courthouse, Sycamore. Thursday . 7 p.m. - DeKalb EnvironmentalPollution Control Commission, Municipal Building. Maibach to quit county board, Boardman tapped for vacancy aiiowm ' i Mmct kmcui w ria in -m -n K9 Mf 1 Michael MaiUKh say !n 9 will be his laM meeting a a member of the DeKalb County Board Maibach, VII Greenbrier. DeKalb. says he will leave I)e Kalb County Sql 25 to enter an intern program at Sangamon State University in Springfield in pursut of a master's degree in political science At Springfield, he will wik with State Sen Bill Harris, R Pontiac, as part of the school's intern program Harris is mi nonty leader of the State Sen-ale Maibachs apparent successor on the county board is John R. Boardman, 538 Russell Road. Boardman would be the first county board member to be chosen by a political party, rather than the voters or the county board itself. In past vacancies, the county board it- krlf has selected a succmaur But a new stale itatuu requires the central committee of the political party of the outgoing board member to make the replacement. Maibach is a Republican. County Board Chairman John Castle. R-DeKalb, said Boardman is "in all likelihood the man," although he has not been named formally. Maibach was elected to the county board in 1972 from Kalb's fifth county board trict His term expires cemrx-r. 1976. He is a member of the board's transportation and finance committees and was instrumental in implementing a county bike sroute. Maibach said he would continue to serve on his committees until he leaves DeKalb County. Boardman is a lifelong resident of DeKalb Courtly. He was president of the Wm. F. 4fcS iSswIbm- - ay aj.. . 3 4 i I i i John R. Boardman position in 1972. Before his 20 years with the Wiltberger company, he worked for Standard Oil and the Prudential Life insurance Co. Wtltbrrger Insurance Company until he retired from that Boardman is a former president of the DeKalb Klwanis. Kiihwaukee Family YMC'A, DeKalb Chamber of Commerce. Northern Illinois University Hutkie Club, Chief Shabbona Council of Boy Scouts, and DeKalb Goodfd-lows. He is a former vice president and is a current member of the board of directors of the DeKalb County Development Corporation. Boardman served on the DeKalb School Board from 1949 to 1954. He is also a member of the NIU Alumni Board, Elks, and the First Methodist Church. He was also chairman of the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce's road and bridge committee during construction of the Annie Glidden underpass. He and his wife, Katharine, have four children. lot Mil ffC Ll 1 J UXOIAIMtKWXAM Fair weather expected Fair weather ks expected tonight, with warm ana humid conditions prcvailng. The low wit be h (he 70s. Sunday, partly sunny ikies arc expected, with continued hot and humid weather. The highs wil be In the low or mid 90s. Thunderstorms were most active In the northern Midwest states early today, and a cold front brought showers in the northwest. EC Obituaries S tudents pack NIU dorms Elizabeth Bowgren WASCO - Services for Mrs Charles (Elizabeth) Bowgren, 50, of Wasco, who died Aug. 21, 1975, will be at 10 a m Monday at St. Patrick's Church, St. Charles, with a 9:15 prayer at the Conley Funeral Home, Elburn, prior to the services, with the Rev. Gerald Kobbeman officiating Burial will be in Garfield Cemetpry, Wasco. She was born June 4. 1925, in DuPage County, the daughter of George and Mary (Bir-cheneder) Weitl. She was married to Charles Bowgren on Feb. 13, 1946, in Geneva. For the past 12 years she has been self-employed as a realtor. She was a member of St. Patrick's Church, St. Charles, the American Legion Auxiliary Post 1 195, Wasco, and the Fox Valley Board of Realtors. She is survived by her husband; six sons, Kenneth, Jeffrey, Charles, Jerry, Daniel and Robert, all at home: a daughter, Constance, at home; two sisters, Mrs. William (Marie) Johnson, of South Dakota, and Mrs. Warren (Freda) Nysted; a brother, Harold, of Geneva; and a granddaughter. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, where a wake service will be held at 8 o'clock. Dally Chronkb NORTHERN ILLINOIS PUBLISHING CO ' DCKALB, ILLINOIS 60 11 5 PHONE 75o 4841 BEFORE 7.00 P.M. K Vou Did Not Rsow Youf Chronicls Subscription Rates Home delivery, $3.25 monthly. Mail subscriptions not accepted where carrier and Motor Route delivery service is maintained. By mail inside the DeKalb retail trading , zone: 1 month, $3.00; 6 months, $18.00; I year, $36.00. By mail outjde the DeKalb retail zone: 6 months, $25.00; 1 year, $50.00. All mail subscriptions payable in advance. Suggested retail price by Motor Route delivery: 1 - month, $3.00; 6 months, $18.00; 1 year, $36.00. Lucille Floyd Services for Mrs. Lucille Floyd. 64, of 21 1WS. Third St.. who died Aug. 20, 1975, were held Friday morning at the Ronan -Moore Mortuary, with the Rev. David Jones officiating. Burial was in Shawneetown. She was born Sept. 28, 1910. in Webster County, Ky.. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Mace. She was married to W L. Floyd in Webster County, Ky., in November. 1939 She was employed at Brodys until 1974. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Henry (Annabelle) Koppelman, of Honolulu, Hawaii; a son, William M of Indianapolis, Ind.; one grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. P. H. (Margaret) Randolph, of Crystal Lake, Mrs. Carrie Baird, of Junction City, Kan.; a nephew, Dr. Paul Randolph, DeKalb; and a niece, Pat Schmulbach, of Vermillion, S.D.- She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and three brothers. Guy C. Abernathy GENOA - Guy C. Abernathy, 71, Milwaukee, Wis., formerly of Genoa, died Aug. 21 at Wood's Veterans Hospi- i tal, Milwaukee. Born in Earlville. April 28, 1 904, he was the son of Herbert and Emma Lee McKinsey Abernathy. He farmed in Poplar Grove and Garden Prairie area for many years. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Cecil (Mary) Cecilia) Brock, Hampshire, Mrs. Raymond (Olga) Echternach, Belvidere, and Lucille Abernathy, Belvidere; two brothers, Albert, Belvidere, and Laverne, Poplar Grove; several nieces and nephews. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Cooper Funeral Home, Marengo. Visitation will be 2-5 p.m. on Sunday at the funeral home. Remember when college housing meant separate dormitories for men and women, suits and dresses required at dinner and 9 p.m. curfews on week nights? That's not the case anymore-in most colleges and universi- W inning lottery numbers CHICAGO (UPI) - Patrick O'Brien of Sterling won $1,000 a month for life Friday in the Illinois State Lottery's Super Slam game. Jerry Hall of Chicago won second prize of $25,000, and Maryann Raksanyi of Hammond, Ind, won $10,000. Super Slam numbers drawn were 276, 0178, 92393. The lottery's Superstar qualifying number for next week was,60104i. The $5,000 winners Friday were John L Board of Sleepy Hollow and Richard R. Dummer of Rock-ford. ties and Northern Illinois Uni versity is no exception. Relaxation of rules and broader lifestyle options are credited with the increased demand for on -campus housing. Dr. Donald Buckner, director of student housing services at NIU, says the school's housing facilities, which number 6,700 spaces, are filled. Here, there is even a short waiting list. All of NIU's eight dormitories are open, including those which were closed or used for other purposes last year. "The off-campus housing situation is even somewhat tight, especially for older male graduate students and those with families," Buckner said. Options for-dormitory residents include co-educational floors, single rooms, meal plan choices and room and room mate choices. Expanded this year are the offerings of special study floors and "over 21" floors. The study floor is designed for students who desire an area which is specially suited for study. Rules for those floors are set up to include a quieter atmosphere, with less extracurricular activities. The "over-21" floors are designed for graduate and older undergraduate students who desire to stay with others their own age. Also included this year is a dormitory floor for foreign language students. Buckner said students there can receive actual practice in conversing in their foreign languages with others who share the same interest. Students in German, French and Spanish may participate in this option. But why the surge back to on-campus housing? "The economy has played a part in the increase." Buckner said. "Residence hall costs have held much below comparable living facilities." "There seems to be less of a drive to go off and live in an apartment - students enjoy being involved in campus life," he added. DEVAL DRIVE IN THEATRE 1100 aik. Syc. Id. Box Office Open At 7:00 Show Starts At 8.-00 758-7464 Admission $1.50 Children Under 1 2 Free JOE DON BAKER IS"f,"ITCHELL"I EMAMUELLWDLTpresenS MITCHELL" An Allied Anuts fleieia PLUS WILD McCUliOHS Hospitals DeKalb ADMITTED - Robert Shames, Brad Gibbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gibbs, Mrs. Willard Duncan Jr. and Mrs. William White, DeKalb; Mrs. William Davis, BIoo-mingtori; Lloyd Fields, Cortland; Lester Munk, Genoa; Doyle Lee, Kingston; Mrs. Anna Abbott, Malta, and Steve Wolverton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wolverton and Amy Orth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Orth, Sycamore. queline Valos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Valos, Sycamore, and Loren Monsess and Donna Schnoor, Waterman. BIRTH -r Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Willart Duncan Jr., DeKalb. Sycamore ADMITTED - Norma Geithman, Lotta Varty, Sycamore; Glenna Smith, DeKalb. DISMISSED - Steven Fock-en, Frances Salemi, Sycamore; Florence Wyke, Genoa; John Roser, Kingston. 8 Rayburn Wayman Raybum Wayman, 60, of 913 S. Fifth St.. DeKalb, died this morning at DeKalb Public Hospital. Services are tentatively planned for Sunday afternoon at the Ronan- Moore Mortuary in DeKalb. Burial will be in Benton, Hi. Vie Are Drumming Up Business with our Sunday Champagne BRUNCH 3o Gets you all you can eat for as good monnmc rjrtEniiFnsT is served 8:30 A.M. DAILY ' at ICE CREAM AND COFFEE SHOPPES 1000 W. Lincoln, DeKalb 500 W. State, Sycamore ' long as you can walk. FIFE 'N DRUM A Revolutionary Restaurant 122 South First Street DeKalb 815-758-1776 3 BEEFBURGERS ySl South 4th, Phone l eKa,b SV 758-111 J7T Hospitals "Asmashfi UU . II TONIGHT AT 7 and 9 p.m. II Ftur. 7:25-9:25 p.m. daring ! 'doviBrt only irws-9v one , mm . r UYT'f I HANG : UmMu THE ORIGINAL SINCE 19541 V J j 0. ! Pizza IHHa l ' ; II FAST DELIVERY k J m ) i t ' J I U B-iJU - 758.81 If : -nirifrffiBa J . .JJ J! I IE F ESS THEATRES I J f 1 Production,' . r1 J 135 N. 2nd St. 756-4612 f j (jflG 1 NOW SHOWING b J Weekdays 7:00-9:30 "jri i Sunday 2:30-5:05-7:20-9:30 j j cnt. tun. ?:30 IN FULL STEREOPHONIC SOUND V 1 V v . VV '-VJU'J-!U!4 i j lTCHNkLOR P Aug. 30. 1975) l AnMargret Is The Mother I f f&Z&3Q leg ill) lfil "wBwiwiM i V. turn omm i'iiibh , lS8l - I . DISMISSED. - Marty Luoma, Melissa Lipscomb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allah Lipscomb, Richard Hunt, Mrs. Michael Hunt, Mrs. Michael Walt, Mrs. Tom Dorsz, Francis Stroup, Anna Lawler, DeKalb; Edward Price, Earlville; Klaris Thompson, Leland; Laverne Nelson, Marseilles, Mrs. Geral- dine Johnson, St Charles; Mrs. Allene Pierce, Shabbona; Jac- I

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