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DAILY CHRONICLE DeKalb, Illinois, Thursday, October 29, 1970 Area James C. Weber BATAVIA James C. Weber. 23, died of 1319 Oct. 27, Prairie 1970.

Batavia, shortly after he was involved in a two car accident on Rand Road near Aurora. Mr. Weber, an Industrial Arts teacher at the Franklin Junior High School in West Aurora, was driving to school when he was involved in a crash with another car. He was a June graduate of Northern Illinois University and did his student teaching in Industrial Arts at the Huntley Middle School in DeKalb. He was a member of Iota Tau Fraternity at Northern.

He is survived by his widow, Mary, his parents and a brother and a sister. Serviees were held today, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m. at the St. Patrick's Church in Batavia with the Rev.

John Slampak officiating. Burial took place in Whitney cemetery in Wasco. Selmer Egland CHICAGO Selmer Egland, 75, of Chicago, formerly of Malta, died Oct. 27, 1970 in Chicago. Mr.

Egland was born March 17, 1895 in Malta, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Egland, He was a veteran of World Warl. Surviving are his widow, Christine, and a brother Arthur. Rochelle.

Services will be held at 10. a.m. on Friday, Oct. 30, at the Beverly Ridge Funeral Home, 10415 Kedzie Chicago, Burial with graveside services will be at approximately I p.m. at South Union Church cemetery, Lee.

Friends may call anytime after 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Roy H. Bender BARTLETT, Ill Roy H. Bender, Bartlett, died Wednesay, Oct.

28, 1970 at the Sherman Hospital in Elgin. Mr. Bender was born Nov. 2, 1901 in Bloomingdale, Ill. He was a member of the Immanuel United Church of Bartlett: a member of the Elgin Lodge AF and AM 117; a Republican Precinct Captain and a retired assessor.

He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Lois) Merwin of DeKalb; a son, Robert Bender, Elgin; one brother, Raymond Bender, Bartlett: and six grandsons. He was preceded by his wife, Ruth Logan Bender, in November of 1968, and a son in infancy. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct.

30 at the Stout Funeral Home, 252-260 S. State St. (Rt. 31), Elgin. Burial will be in Mount Emblem cemetery, Elmhurst.

Friends may call at the funeral home after noon on Thursday until time of services on Friday. There will be Maservices at 8 p.m. on Thursday, at the funeral home. Wilbur L. Westbrook ROCHELLE Wilbur L.

Westbrook, 68, at 833 Wolf Rochelle, died Oct. 28, 1970 at the East Moline State Hospital following a long illness. Mr. Westbrook was born Dec. 25, 1899 in Ogle County the son of Herbert and Pearl Stage Westbrook.

He was a retired custodian, having worked for 28 years at the U.S. Post Office in Rochelle and a long time for the Flagg Township Library. His widow, Minerva, survives, also a son, Donald Westbrook of Byron; several stepchildren, Ben Reminers, Rochelle, Mrs. Violet Hinze, Rochelle; Mrs. Jane Nelson, California, Mrs.

Sarah Huntley, Rockford, Robert McCulloh, Sterling, and Mrs. Betty Fergus, Utah; 10 grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Clyde (Bernice) Stogsdill, Rockton, Mrs. Blanche Mammem, Rockford, Mrs. Ronald (Iva) Hanson, Boulder, Mrs.

Thurmond (Elsie) Garr, Rockford, and Mrs. Archie (Valdine) Woodman, Rockford: and a brother, Frank Westbrook of Boulder, Colo. Services will be held Saturday, Oct. 31, at 1:30 p.m. at the Unger Funeral Home, Rochelle, with the Rev.

Francis Kennedy of St. Patrick's Church officiating. Burial will be in Lawnridge cemetery. There will be no visitation. Area Health Service Studies Ina R.

Hagan DEKALB Ina R. Hagan, 43, of. DeKalb, died Oct. '27, 1970 at the DeKalb Public Hospital. She was born July 18, 1927 at Waterman, the daughter of William S.

and. Ina Fulks Hagan. She attended the Shabbona schools and worked at General Electric Company in DeKalb for 10 years. Survivors include three brothers and two sisters, Woodrow and Henry Hagan of Arizona and Clarence of Indiana; and Mrs. Harry Perry and Mrs.

Bernice Richter, both of Waterman. Services will be at 8 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 30, at the Thorsen Funeral Home in Shabbona with the Rev. Paul SeGraves, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Shabbona, officiating, Burial will take place in Indianola, Ill.

There will be no visitation. Mrs. Hannah L. Butler AURORA Funeral services for Mrs. Hannah Louise Butler, Aurora, 83, of 540 held S.

LaSalle, were Oct. 19 at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Aurora, with the Rev. Gilbert Klomhaus officiating. Burial was in the Little Indian Creek Cemetery at Leland. Mrs.

Butler died Sat. Oct. 17, 1970 at the Aurora Manor Nursing Home. She was born June 16, 1887, in Aurora, the daughter of Louis and Bertha Maron. She was married to Marvey Almer Butler Nov.

30, 1905. She is survived by five sons, Earl of Somonauk, Clifford, Big Rock, Donald and Edward, Aurora, and Carl of Boulder Hill, five daughters, Ethel May of Aurora, Mrs. Edward (Marion) Vegly, Sandwich, Bessie and Mrs. John (Roszella). Teter and Mrs.

William (Juanita) Hall, all of Aurora; 16 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband on April 13, 1952, and two sons, Harry and John, three infant children; five brothers and two sisters. The late Mr. and Mrs. Butler formerly resided in Somonauk.

Donald C. Patten SYCAMORE Funeral Services for Donald C. Patten, 68, of Parkside Drive, Sycamore, who passed away Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1970 at his home, has been set for 2 p.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church of Sycamore with Rev.

Harold M. Kelley officiating. Burial will be in the Roseland Cemetery at Fairdale. Friends may call at the Quiram Funeral Home of Sycamore this afternoon from 3-5 p.m. and tonight from 7-9 p.m.

where Elk services will be conducted at 8 p.m. Sumpter Guilty CHICAGO (AP) Harold T. Sumpter, 58, has been provisionally sentenced to life in prison for the kidnaping July 31 of a 9-year-old Sugar Grove girl. SWIFT COMPANY ROCHELLE, ILLINOIS Oct. 29, 1970 HOG MARKET: Top 16.00; 180-200 Lean Cuts 14.50 15.75: 200-220 Lean Cuts 15.25 16.00; 220-240 Lean Cuts 15.00 16.00: 240-270 Lean Cuts 13.25 15.00.

SOW MARKET: 13.50 14.50; 375-500 11.00 12.25. CHICAGO UPI Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Dec Mar 175 175 May Jly. 163 Sep 163 Corn Dec 147 Mar 156 May Jly Sep 156 156 Oats Dec 79 -79 Mr May Ily Soybeans Nov Jan 7 311 313. Mar 319 May Jly 318 318 Aug 314 Sep 291 CHICAGO (UPI) Produce: Cheese processed loaf brick single daisies 64-69; Swiss, blocks 80.

100 lb: Grade A Social Studies (continued from page 1) students with an opportunity to understand the nature of the behavioral sciences and their insights into the modern world, to utilize better the individual talents and interests of the professional staff." Coordinators attempt to provide for the students' needs, interests and talents as much as possible. Before the program went into effect last year, a student survey was taken to determine which courses would be offered. Students may take as many courses as they are able to schedule, which allows a person interested in the subject much more freedom than in most programs. How do the students feel about the program? Their feelings appear to be mixed. Criticism seems mostly to con- (continued from page 1) funds have already been reserved.

However, after the hospital board session, Dr. Miller pointed out that work must get under way on the medical hospital and the mental health center by June or there a possibility that federal state support of mental health center might lapse. SYCAMORE A felony charge was dismissed this morning in circuit court against an individual arrested during the May disturbances on NIU's campus. Mark Wichterman, 21, of Tinley Park, had a felony charge of mob action and a misdemeanor charge of unlawful use of a weapon dismissed; and pleaded guilty to a misdemanor charge of carrying a concealed club. Wichterman was fined $50 along with $20 court cost.

He had been arrested May 21. during the third straight night of disturbances. Campus Charge Dismissed In other business the hospital board endorsed a six-point program for meeting the short term needs. The proposal, prepared by the board's building committee. headed by C.W..

Freitag, is geared to meet the hospital needs until the new center hospital is built three years from now. It will add 12. or. more beds and some storage space to existing hospital -facilities. The plan calls for: Affirmation of move to discontinue.

Charge Dismissed Hospitals the Wichterman case, that all missed relating to the campus but 13 cases had been dis- disturbances. Hospitals De Kalb ADMITTED Medical: 1.M. Johnson, Marie Helmchen, James Fisher, Mrs. Leslie Marston, Robert Christensen, Elmer Vesta Mrs. Douglas Astolfi, Mark Cox, son of Mr.

and Mrs. David Cox, all DeKalb. Mrs. McClelland, Malta. Surgical: Mrs.

Glen Moody, Mrs. Dennis Clark, Keith Sexton, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sexton, all DeKalb. Mrs.

Charles McCormick, Shabbona; Mrs. Oscar Stang, Malta; Samuel Paterson, David Flockencier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Flockencier, Robert Pilewski, Esther Wildey, both DeKalb. Anna Early, Syca- more: Mrs.

Thomas Aquinaga and daughter, Cortland; Mrs. Leo G. Dobner and son, Kirkland; Darla Sprague, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Sprague, Malta, BIRTHS Daughter to Mr.

and Mrs. J. William Gailbreath of DeKalb on Oct. 28. 1970.

Sycamore ADMITTED Minnie Doyle, Gertrude Van Gorder, Gail L. Thomas, Sycamore; Ralph Valdez, DeKalb; Marjorie Anderson, Genoa: Elvis Seyller, Elgin; Janice Coffman, St. Charles. DISMISSED Ruth Feltz, Douglas Adkins, Genoa; Yvonne Cobb, Geneva Young, Sycamore. Births- Pearcy the name chosen by Mr.

and MALTA Third child of Mr. Mrs. Stewart L. Parks for their and Mrs. Tom Pearcy is a first child born Oct.

27, 1970, daughter, Maria Lyn, born at DeKalb Public. Hospital. Oct. 26, 1970 at DeKalb Public She weighed four pounds 15 Hospital. The six pound ounces.

Grandparents are Mr. ounce girl joins Bobby, and and Mrs. Richard Turner and Karla, 22 months. Grand- Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Parks all parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ver- DeKalb. Great grandparents non Wynn, and Mr. and Mrs.

are Mrs. Ed Bakken, DeKalb Robert Pearcy both of Clare. and Mr. and Mrs. J.

B. Turner of Haleyville, Ala, Ackert ELGIN Mr. and Mrs. Johnson David L. Ackert announce the birth of their third daughter, Misty Dawn who weighed five pounds ounces.

She was born Oct. 27, 1970 at DeKalb Public Hospital. Misty is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.

M. Kelley of DeKalb and Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Ackert of St.

Petersburg, Fla. Myers DEKALB Welcoming their second son, Steven Michael, are Mr. and Mrs. David Myers. Steven was born Oct.

27, 1970 at DeKalb Public Hospital and weighed seven pounds nine and one half ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Myers of DeKalb and Mr. and Mrs.

Harry R. Lann, Woodbridge, are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry P.

Lann of Patton, are -grandparents. Parks SYCAMORE Erica Sean is Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of Genoa are the parents of a son. born Oct.

28, 1970 at the Sycamore Municipal Hospital. Weather Record Oct. 28.1970 8 a.m. Temperature Barometric pressure. 30" Barometric tendency.

Steady Relative humidity, Precip. past 24 .23" rain Accumulation for year. 39.44". Accumulation for month. 2.39"* High past 24 4:30 p.m.

High one year High past 25 1937 Low past 24 hours. Midnight Low one year ago. Low past 25 1952 Mean temperature yesterday. Heating degree. Wind.

Calm Sunset 4:53 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow. .6:25 a.m. Report by Earth Science Department Weather Information Service NIU WEEKDAYS SUNDAY Zulu Theatres 756-4612 PRESENTED AT Phone 25 EG 7:10 7:05 AT 4:45 20 9:30 9:25 PAULA PRENTISS-ELLIOTT GOULD IN move it's pure Gould Color by DE SATURDAY SUNDAY SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEES START 2:30 ENDS 4:00 P.M. NOW -THOSE 7 DWARFS WITH SNOW WHITE COME TO LIFE! THE 7 DIDARES TO THE FULL FEATURE! -LENGTH ALL SEATS operation Nov.

I of a 16-bed extended care section that would free eight beds for acute care use, Eight of the beds are normally used for regular patients. Purchase of four new beds for the hospital labor rooms. Enclosure of a second-floor porch in the Glidden addition for additional storage space use, Consideration, but no action on the possibility of building relocatable buildings for: additional day care space should the need arise. Noting a four-bed gain for the hospital with the transfer of phychiatric patients to the mental health center when it is completed. Consideration, but no present action of the possibility that the hospital might have to rent extensive care units to meet critical needs in the face of overcrowding, In other business the board: Accepted.

with regret, the resignation of Bruce Roberts from the hospital board. Roberts said he is resigning because he has accepted employment elsewhere. Sent a certificate praising Robert J. Benson for saving two hospital. employes from possible injury by subduing a knife-wielding man in an incident Sept.

I at the hospital. Endorsed the statewide $750,000,000 antipollution 895-4044. SYCAMORE A man went looking for America. And couldn't find it anywhere. CANNES FILM FESTIVAL WINNER! Film.

By a New Director AT 7 9 P.M. easy RIdER COMING SOON "FIVE EASY bond issue referendum on the Nov. 3 ballot. Approved the purchase of an $8.675. portable X-ray ma: chine pending endorsement by the medical staff.

Changed the time and date of its monthly meeting from 7:30 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of the month to 8 p.m. on the fourth Monday. Learned that interviews of administrator candidates are continuing with another set. for next week.

Approved a new two-year contract for pathology services. Henry (continued from page 1) past president of the Arabian Horse Registry of America. He established and maintained one of the most influential breeding farms in America there and devoted much time over a period of three decades to promoting and breeding Arabian horses. His farm properties in DeKalb County were acquired during the depression years in the 1930s and he also had It was learned from the State's Attorney's office last week, before the disposal of property in Wisconsin. Some of the county farm operators now are Clarence Barshinger near Shabbona, Ray Frost near Hinckley, Bob Hickey of Shabbona and Kenneth Sandrock of Malta.

Mr. Babson is survived by daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Tieken, three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services in Chicago are private. Henry Babson, shown here at the age of 88 beside his beautiful grey stallion Fay el Dine, spent much time at his horse stables near Grand Detour, Late Butter steady; 93 score 92 score 90 score Eggs steady, white large extras 36; mediums 30: standards 31.

CHICAGO (AP) (USDA)Official estimated livestock receipts for Friday are 4,000 cattle and no estimate of sheep. CHICAGO (UPI) Wheat and oats were fractionally lower. corn lower, rye unchanged, and soybeans irregularly lower at midmorning today on the Board of Trade. Prices at 10:35 a.m.: Wheat Dec 1.73% off N. Mar 1.74¾ off May 1.72¼ off Corn Dec 1.45% off Mar 1.51¼ off May 1.54% off Oats Dec off Mar Rye unchanged.

Soybeans Nov 3.04¾ off Jan 3.08% off 2: Mar 3.12% off 2. Cortland-DeKalb Yards, Inc. Corn 1.28, Soybeans 2.87, Oats 69 cents. Stocks of Local Interest The latest market report provided by Loewi William Nelson registered representative in DeKalb. After each company name appears the previous trading day close and noon today figures.

Prev. Day Noon Close Today Anaconda AT T. Chrysler, 25. Comm. Edison.

Cont. Del Essex Inter. 30 Gen. Gen. Motors, 70 eVal UDsK SCREEN I PHONE 758-7464 DRIVE: Located on Sycamore Rd.


Barber DeKalb AgResearch. NEW YORK stock market gave first hour advance today, but turnover light. Initial demand as an extension day's late upswing sulted partly from that the Federal Board (Fed) would the discount rate. such rumors have frequently in prior to the Fed's open market ings. .30 Bid Ask 36-37 (UPI) -The up all of its near noon remained recent weeks Thursday committee meet- was viewed of Wedneswhich respeculation Reserve soon cut However, cropped up Daily Chronicle NORTHERN ILLINOIS PUBLISHING CO.

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which students seem to feel do not succeed in teaching enough of the subject. The teachers in the program also have doubts concerning the effectiveness of the courses in American history and government. At this time: they are investigating the programs at the middle school level, trying to discover ways to improve them. However, almost every student felt that, despite the program's flaws, the new system is better than a more conventional program. Mrs.

Kallich said, "It's not perfect, the required courses are still a problem, but the beauty of the program seems to be that there is something for everyone. In a quarter, the teacher has to work to squeeze everything in, and the student.

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