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De Kalb, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 26, 1977
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' DAILY CHRONICLE, DeKalb, Illinois Wednesday, Oct. 26, 1977 5 " TWi Markets ) fe ' Weather ) Ml!!!!!! 1 I If 1 w r i -. ForKast to 7 a.m. tomorrow ' . 1 Si I r, titiCrrVi-h-H l Swe-MtUeal Interest T 7" : r .. "w a. I fci It lit JIT . - ,. ,, ,- - - - -.., .,, I lain! mfM mwH-ii imimtwl l.rH.t Y--winnrij. registered reprnmUUvf in rKalb After each company name appears the previous trading day close and noon today figures. Nooa Today Prev. Prev. "tF:p-' W ( IS . W' " HU:VT I - ' ' ... rT. . I ARCO 50'. AT&T 58' Chrysler 15 Comm Edison 2J Culligan $ Cont.Tel 15V4 50 MV 14 28 V, 10 15 Del Monte 2514 Pi!?le . , . ., 16:''. CB Electric 494 mra lecnnica . . . 3Mt 33' 49'. 67 '4 29S 30't- en. Motors 8 Gen Tel 29 - NK1)R t .- SOIc- Cortland-DeKalb Yards, Inc. Corntl.7 SovbeuH.K Oaut.Mt REINHOLDT & GARDNER Members: Chicago Board of Trade Chicago Mercantile Exchange OFFICIAL USDA MARKET ADVANCE , CaUie Total ". : . . ..... . . 17,600 Week ago 15,071 Year ago 22,082 USDA LIVESTOCK - UNDER FEDERAL Yesterday Week ago Year ago DRESSED BEEFTRADE YESTERDAY Heifer beef choice grade 3.. ..65.25. CHICAGO MERCANTILE LIVE CATTLE as of 11:30 a.m. Prior Close 41.70 .,JJ 39.45 39.05 Dec. UCUI. Feb. April 41.65 iv. u .39.35 39.00- CHICAGO MERCANTILE LIVE HOGS as of 11:30 a.m. Prior Close 39.22 36.45 32.97 34.62 Opening 39.22 36.45 33.00 34.55 Dec Jan. April June SWIFT & COMPANY Rochelle, Illinois "October 26, 1977 HOG MARKET - TOP 40.00; 180-200 lbs. 36.00- 38.00; 40.00; 39.00; 200-230 lbs. 38.75-230-250 lbs. 38.00-250-270 lbs. 37J5- 38.00. , SOW- MARKET Robert E. Aulabaugh SYCAMORE - Robert E. Aulabaugh, 57, of Sycamore, died Oct. 25, 1977, at Hines Hospital, Hines. He, was born June 2, 1920, in Jacksonville. . He was a World War II Marine Corp. veteran. He -was also a steward of the Loyal Order of Moose, Sycamore and employed by Brumley Funeral Livery. He is survived by two sons, Robert F. of Bollingbrook; Kerry L. of Springfield, Mo.; one daughter,7 Donna Jean of Goshen, Ind.; two brothers, Norman L. of Forsythe, Mo., Gilbert W. of Anchorage, Alaska;' three sisters, Elsie Austin of Frezno, Cal.; Velma Seyk of High Point, N.C.; wiimanyanoi-Lunanes, and four grandsons Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Van Natta Funeral Home, Sycamore. The Rev. C. Alfred Patton will of- ficiate. Burial will be in the Huntley "Cemetery, Huntley. Friends may call from 7 -9p.m. today. CliveD. Renwick 1 SYCAMORE - Clive D. Renwick, 85, of Sycamore, formerly of Mayfield Township,' died Oct. 26, -1977, at Pine Acres Retirement Center, DeKalb. He was born in Mayfield f Th Luxury You Want At f 4 Tht Pric You Want To f W4 liafa LYONS Window Wonderland DeKalb 1303 Pleasant 758-6644 Olin 17(4 Exxon Corp. 46'4 Sunstrand 32 Esamark.lnc 29 US. Steel 29'. Wurlitzer 7 A O Smith 14' Bid and ask Barber-Greene ". 21 'i 22 DeKalb Ag 19 20 Pioneer Hybred 17't 18 Wolohan 10 10'4 "DeKalb County Exports-yesterday's closing river bid Cora t!.S4'i Soybean I4.J) . .. Hogs 27,200 29,741 34,597 SLAUGHTER INSPECTION Cattle 151,000 148,000 161,000 Hogs 337,000 304,000 345,000 Opening High Low Last 41.97 -40:30-39.60 39.10- 41.57 ..Jfl.lA... 39.20 38.85- 41.60 .AJM-XV.tiV 39.27 38.87 High 39.57 36.85 33.25 34.87 Low 38.95 36.20 32.80 34.55 Last 39.30 36.47 33.00 34.60 350Down 31.50-33.50; 350500 lbs. 32.00-32.50. CATTLE MARKET -Choice stem 1000-1250 lbs. 38.00-42.50; Good Steers 1000-1250 lbs. 36.00-38.00; Holsteins 32.00-36.00; Choice heifers 900-1050 lbs. 37.00-40.00; Good heifers 900-1050 lbs. 34.00-37.00 -- Obituaries Township on July 19, 1892, the son of Robert R. and Alice (Rote) Renwick. On Oct. 10, 1917, he married Minnie Benson in Rollo. He farmed in the May field area until his retirement In 1961. : He belonged to the Com- -mandary, Consistory of Freeport, was a 50-year member of the Sycamore Lodge 134 of the AF&AM, and belonged to the Tebala Shrine in Rockford. His survivors include one son, Robert L. of Clare; one sister, Gladys Arntzen of Florida; and one granddaughter, Janet of Clare. He was preceded in death by his wife. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Van iNatta f uneral Home, Sycamore, with the Revr C. Alfred Patton officiating. Burial will be in Mayfield Cemetery. There will be no visitation. GET SAFE STEPS BEFORE WINTER . DON'T SLIP UPI FREE BIDS. DOTY & SOU COuCRETE STEP CO. Plant 'Route 64, 1 mile East of Sycamore CALL COLLECT 815-895-2884 KOWSHOWSIG 700 920 CUNT EASTWOOD the OUTLAW JOSEY WALES w ySmum JZ aj fM Fill , WfvfF v , i!l i-psi- -y yu' 7ffciA Fair tonight with lows in the lower 40s to lower 50sr MosUymy-ndAin highs 72 to 82. The extended outlook for Illinois calls for partly cloudy skies Friday through Sunday with a chance of showers Sunday. Warming with lows mid 30s to lower 50s and highs mid 50s to mid 60s Friday . By Sunday lows 40s and highs 60s. IS The following calls were answered Tuesday by the DeKalb and Sycamore fire ' departments. DeKalb 10:21 a.m. -Fire call to Watson Hall, NIU; no fire-electrical malfunction caused light ballast to -burnout 4:40 p.m. - Edward url vt oa. C , .-tvWs ii'iiaii vi wo Kfi cv"w St., transported from Fourth and Grove streets to Kishwaukee Community Hospitals Kishwaukee ADMITTED - Edward Worrell, Ruth Dickey, Myrtle Roach, Laura Balch, Tammie Scott, DeKalb; Theresa Sibree, Earlville; Mary Myroth, Rochelle. t DISMISSES - Mrs. Dale Schroeder and son, Sharon Johnson, LeVon Crawford, DeKalb; Esther Brand, Mrs. Dwayne Rood and daughter, Sycamore; 1 Mrs. Robert Kurpius and . son, Genoa; Mrs. Vincente Pelayo and daughter, Rochelle; Mrs: Gordon Boyd and son, Waterman; Rosemary Rapa, St. Louis, Mo. ". , BIRTH - Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Burger, Sycamore. tiT-ii it r t waiter masiersun 01 DeKalb was admitted to Kishwaukee Saturday. He still is a patient there. His name was misspelled in Monday's Chronicle. Sycamore ADMITTED - Juanita Knight, DeKalb; Sandy Parker, Janice Cobb, Harriet Kiesler, Sycamorer Oscar Garzar Esther Knudson, Genoa; Ernest Benson, Betty Hare, Maple Park. . DISMISSED - Karla Weir, DeKalb; Orvil Marlow, Kirkland; Eva Jensen, Burlington. Calculators stolen Four calculators were stolen sometime Monday night from DeKalb High School. , DeKalb police received report of the theft Tuesday morningr-Theysai(f "one calculator was taken from an office and three from a classroom. The calculators were valued at $1,127. SHon Adiffersn) kind of.. .uueilorii firno Ylf-Ul .1 .! . 1 7:30 - -4 V 11-UAA.- u. Sirens First win elation Hospital (see details this page)- 7:26 p.m. - Fire call to nn O..Lii.k Annul 1312 Suburban Apart ments; grease fire in oven broiler out on arrival. Sycamore 5:28 p.m. Harriet Kiesler transported from ,.24.J9;awoineJLane. Sycamore Municipal Hospital . .. 7:12 p.m. Mock disaster drill conducted at Elm and Main streets. BIRTH Son born to James Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Sycamore. Sandwich ADMITTED - Basil Kowall, Linda Nally, Sandwich; Suzanne Es-parza, John Gray, Piano; Hannah Harger, Earlville. DISMISSED - Virginia Hotopp, Sandwich; Jose Cavazos, Edna Lindgreri, Lidia Mikkelson, Piano; Mrs. Nelion Nelson and son, Burke Rednor, Yorkville; Vernon Rients, Somonauk; William Smith, Earlville; Vernon Hilt Jr., Leland. BIRTH - Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Be-rrient, Sugar Grove. CJ 1 1 BixoN---J3peciaiJec M. , meeting set An organizational: meeting of the DeKalb Association of Special Recreation will be held at 9 a.m. Nov. 2 at the DeKalb Park District building. The association was created in 1976, when a special tax was levied for; , special recreation programs for those men- -tally and physically handicapped. The special education recreation cooperative is comprised of three principal organisations: the park district, the DeKalb County Special Education Association (DCSEA), and -4)eKalbiricto42ir schools. Dan Hurd, DCSEA director, Richard Hennegan, DeKalb school superintendent and Bob Ditamore, director of parks and recreation, serve as the board members. RENT-A-CAR Pick up and Delivery Available $8.50aday-8Wamile $42.50aweek-8ftamilel BRAD MANNING FORD 756-6325 Rt. 23 South at Tollway DeKalb 1015Blackhawk" Nw St0w'f! ENDSTHURS. The spirit of '69... when the lights turned oil. the kids turned on! RENT-A-CAR Members of the Northern Illinois University Marching Huskie Show Band blast their elation after NIU scored its last touchdown at Saturday's Homecoming game against Southern Illinois University. The final score of their first win of the season was 28-0. The Jiand will be performing in Florida in lew weeks at the Tampa Bay game as well as at Disney World. (Chronicle photo by Marc Glassman) House approves WASHINGTON (UPI) - producers, an inclusion ..Xegisiiondesigned-4o5ome House emberesaid- curb child pornography while avoidin. any constitutional pitfalls was approved Tuesday by the House. It was the second time the House had voted to make use of children under 16 in pornographic movies a federal offense. Supporters of the latest measure - said it; -unHks as"carlip' bill, would "pass consti-. tutional muster." The bill now goes to the Senate which earlier approved a bill that included distributors with Two cars There were no injuries Tuesday morning in a two-car accident which resulted in total damage estimated at $2,000. DeKalb police said the accident occurred about 7:40 a.m. at the Clark and Fourteenth streets intersection. Driver of one car, Roger Votaw, 25, of 912 Vienna Blvd., DeKalb, was ticketed for failure to yield -at a stop intersection. "mm COME ram" 'Deposit this 'Coupon only at LEHAN .Name , .Address . Coupon must be deposited in I .... i ,on it. no purcnose necessory..Mus! De 10 years or age or folder to win. n ALLTCGEThER TONIGHT NO COVER 75' MIXED DRINKS SUPER ROCK GAMES THURSDAY DUCH6SS NITE 1 ST DRINK FREE FOR ALL LADIES 7 ROCK WITH GAMES FRIDAY COMING CIMMERONSHOW WED. NOV. 9 REVIEW BROWNVILLE STATION MONDAY HALLOWEEN PARTY" R6D IBB (P 7:15-9:15 A 12th WEEK would make the entire bill unconstitutional. , . Both the House and Senate measures would put transportation of boys across state lines for prostitution under the Mann Act which now covers only girls. The House bill, however, is limited to producers and tributors of films, books or other materials depicting "acts of sexually explicity conduct." The House bill would provide penalties of a $10,- collide Driver of the other car was Donald Lampkins, 19, of 1401 Oakwood St., DeKalb. Police said Lampkins was southbound on Fourteenth Street and Votaw was westbound on Clark Street when he reportedly failed to yield causing the collision. Lampkins car struck Votaw's on the passenger's side.- Damage to each car-was estimated at $1,000. DRUGS .Phone , City the store whose name appears ...tin t 110 ( 756 37 756 3792 . Mhw Shwiittf p25ooj; i t -d r I J fil. x. 7 JAMES BOND 00r THE SPY WHO LOVED ME 7th WEEK HELD OVER I porno legislation 000 maximum fine or up to -Myears in prison or both. Rep. John Conyers, D- Mirh manaopr nf the Kill . said limiting its coverage to prodB5 wDtiltf protect the measure from the possibility of being ruled Truck stops in time to avoid pedestrian A truck driver was able to stop in time to avoid hitting a man who fell in front of his truck Tuesday afternoon in DeKalb. Edward Worall of DeKalb is listed in stable condition at Kishwaukee Community Hospital. DeKalb police said Worrall was crossing Fourth Street at Grove Street heading west when he fell in the : street. A truck driven by Roger , Elliott was traveling south X ADULTS ONLY AT 7.30 $3 1. "BEOTHE GREEN DOOR". 2. "AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A FLEA" by Oct. 217 S. Second St DeKalb, III 'DMMit Hvlt ,.. L . i 4,J Ij?g i tit in i . 1 1 tem& I rm 7 JW-----rJ I lYci:ao 1 ; "dijlm p5;j ! co:..e ln! " lln . U.1. !I,-'' f ICoip.ii only ot..;'"'' I 7 217 S. 2nd, DeKalb I.INUIMC . jj Address.... 1 1 Coupon must be deposited in X' ki- L. .,.. t i jj .on it. No purchase necessary... Must be 18 years of age ori: unconstitutional because -of f if . t-a m e n d mt n t-freedom of speech rights. ..The House ..-voted earl!?! to include producers and distributors as a part of a child pornography section added to a child abuse bill. on Fourth Street. The driver was able to stop in time. Witnesses told police there was no contact between Worrall and the truck. The incident occurred about 4 :40 p.m. STARTUP EVEN SHOCKING-REVELATIONS F03 ADULTS 0:iY! ONE COMPLETE SHOWING I OPEN 7-FEAT 7:30 ONLY I 1 For that truly Personal Gift ... M0K0CRAM.V.ED TOVYIIS AK3 BATH SKEETS tr hat a unique icih jvi uiu lainiui f?'""1- these towels I . are available in I $$terry or velour. i 25 colors J 8 Monogram styles I Orders must be placed 31st for Christmas I MON-SAT IQ;6I 758-0075 5 ..Phone , Jl r:.. City ...Jj the store whose name appears u... k 1Q .1 ..X i ! Y vll II.. Iu IICt-CMUl 7...iiw.i vc .w rem VI u. .. Isolde to wity . . . 1 1 1 HELD OVERty u

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