The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois on September 18, 1981 · Page 8
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The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois · Page 8

De Kalb, Illinois
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Friday, September 18, 1981
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8- DAILY CHRONICLE, DeKolb. Illinois Fridoy, Sept. 18, 1981 t. (aroOy ?(2L7( WES Parflv mnnv ami warmer Fair and cool tonight. Lows mostly in the 40s. MosUy sunny and wanner Saturday. Highs generally in the 70s. Fair and cool nights Sunday through Tuesday and slowly warming days. Lows in the 40s and highs in the upper 60s mid 70s. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST to 7 All EST S-1S-S1 AN FMUCaCO 0ltVtT 1 I . L -V. M tOWf tT OAUA S m WCATHCH FOTOCAT I Temperatures, rainfall n llnlhd Inn c Anchor m cy Athevllle pc Atlanta pc Billing c Birmingham Brownivll T.e Aim la nr Chrlitn S C. pc Charltt M C at Chicago pc iwveiena Columbui r PC Dallas c Danvar c Dm Moines c Detroit pc Duluth x El Pato c Hartford r Honolulu c liwIlttAAfwill. r Jackson Mil. c Slock of Local Interwt Tho latest market roport it provided by Edward D. Jonas and Co., Mall Myrt rogitlorod representative in DaKalb. A ft or oach company nam appoart tht previous day cIom and noon today figures. frov. Prov. Day Noon - Day Noon - Clou Today Clots Today At.-RJch 41 41 AT&T 56 56 Beatrice ll'4 Wk , Chry tier ...... 5 4 Com. Ed. ..... It Wk Cob. Tel 16 Wk Duplex ....... 13 13 Eimark ...... 47 47 VExxo........Sl 31 G.E 52 52 CM.-......... 45 45" G.T.E. .......28 30 v ITT 27 27 NICOR ....... 33 33 Cortland-DeRalb Yard, Inc. - Cora 2.40, Beans 1.30; DeKalb County Exports Chicago Board of Trade Cora 2.06, Soybean 6.72; Cash farmer's bid Cora 2.53, Soybean 8.50. Dow Jones Industrial Average down 2.57. Hoinold Commodities 1013 N. First St. DoKalb,lll.60115 Chicago Board of Trad Chicago Morcantilo Exchange USDA livestock slaughter under federal inspection Cattle Yesterday Week ago Year ago Dressed beef trade yesterday Steer beef choice grade 3 .......1.04 Heifer beef choice grade 3 . , 1.00 Soybean basis $.22 Cora basis $.38 Chicago mercantile live cattle as of 11:30 a.m. Prior Close Opening High Low last Oct. 67.82 67.85 68.17 67.82 67.67 Dec. 67.82 67.85 ' 67.17 67.80 68.00 Feb. 65.85 66.00 66.25 66.00 66.18 Apr. 65.50 65.60 65.82 65.60 65.85 ' Chicago mercantile live hogs as of 11:30 a.m. Prior Close Opening High Low Last Oct. 51.00 50.80 51.10 50.60 50.80 Dec. 53.52 53.50 53.70 53.25 53.35 Feb. 53.85 53.75 53.85 53.50 53.55 Apr. 50.57 50.50 50.80 50.40 50.60 Chicago Board of Trade corn Prior Close Opening High Low last Sept. 2.78 2.77 2.78 2.75 2.75 Dec. 2.86 2.84 2.85 2.83 2.14 Mar. 3.15 3.13 3.15 3.12 3.13 May 3.26 3.24 3.25 3.23 3.24 Chicago Board of Trade soybeans M Prior Close Opening High Low Last Sept. 6.68 6.88 6.67 6.84 6.84 Nov. 6.72 6.68 6.70 6.65 6.66 Jan. 6.84 6.81 6.82 6.86 6.87 Mar. 718. 7.15 7.16 7.10 7.11 Chicago Board of trade wheat Prior Close Opening High low last Dec. 4.23 4.22 4.25 4.21 4.22 Gold Dollars per Troy ounce Prior Close Opening High Low last Dec. 457.00 480.00 463.00 458.50 463.60 Silver measured in dollars per Troy ounce Prior Close Opening High Low Last Dec. 10.85 10.45 10.45 10.45 10.45 Sunny Hiffh cenerallV in the 608. imariMtlaMl Jacksonville cy 15 M .07 HI U Pep Kama City c U 41 .... 71 5e .... 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Smith.... 13 13 Sunstrand 38 38 Un.Tech 41 41 U.S. Steel 27 27 WgrUtzer ..... 7 6 Peavey 23 23 BID AND ASK Bar-Greene ... 12 12 DeKalb-Ac.... 24 25 Wolohan 4 4 Pio-Bred 42 Hogs 341,000 345,000 362,000 127,000 128,000 ..126,800 Deaths HHHiai :4Mt' kBM HAROLD E.AIKINS Harold E. Atkins Professor Harold E. Aikins, 71, a professor of history at Northern Illinois University from 1949 to 1976. died Sept. 16, 1981. He was born in Salem, Ohio, on May 17, 1910, the son of Mary Edna (Mann) and Edward Robert Aikins. He received his bachelor's degree from Allegheny College In 1932, he received his master's degree (in 1934) and his doctorate degree (in 1936) from the University of Colorado. He married Lucille Lamb in Pueblo, Colo., on July 31, 1937. During World War II, he was a member of the Air Transport Command and was the author of a War Department military history. While at NIU be taught ancient and medieval English and European history. From 1951-1955 he was chairman of the humanities division and representative of that divi- sion on the President's Administrative Council. He was a member of the University Historical Committee and of the University Building Committee. Aikins was also the first director of an international program to be offered by the university. He was the founder of Clio, the history club; the NIU Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, national honor society in history; and the NIU Chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa, national men's leadership society. He also was a founding member of the NIU Phi Beta Kappa Association and was a co-founder of Alpha, Friends of Antiquity. In recognition for his services to NIU he was given the Distinguished Service Award by the NIU Foundation. He held memberships in the Mediaeval Academy of America, Archaeological Institute of America, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Phi Kappa, and Omicron Delta Kappa. Aikins wrote several articles, reviews and lectures on ancient and medieval history and also traveled in Europe and the Middle East. His photographs of architectural and archeological sites often served as Third man enters guilty plea on charges of soybean theft SYCAMORE - A third man pleaded guilty in DeKalb County Circuit Court Thursday to stealing more than 3500 worth of soybeans July 29 from George Todd of Shabbona. Paul W. Burton, 21, rural Lee, waived a preliminary hearing and -entered the plea before Judge Carl Swanson Jr. He was sentenced to two years' probation, ordered to pay a $200 fine and court costs, and ordered lb serve 24 hours of public service employment. Births Humes Ronna and Barry Humes, DeKalb, announce the birth of a daughter, Breanne Danielle, born Sept. 9, 1981, at Kishwaukee Community Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces, and joins Bryan Thomas, 4 and TacciLynn, 3, at home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Nepean, Davenport, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tweed, Sycamore, Martha Humes, DeKalb, and Harold Humes, Louisville, Ky. Great-grandparents are source materials for his lectures, both public and academic. . He was a member of the Stage Coach Players of DeKalb. In 1958. he was president of the Players, and he was treasurer In 1979 and 1980. He received the Stage Coacher of the Year award in 1979. He appeared in such plays as "Life with Father'' and "The Sunshine Boys." Survivors include his wife, a daughter, Dr. Janet Aikins, assistant professor of English, University of New Hampshire; two sisters, Anmece Hawkins, Farmington Hills, Mich., and Kathryn Kingdom, Conneaut, Ohio; two nieces, and a nephew. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at the Ronan-Moore Mortuary, DeKalb, at 3 p.m. Visitation will be from 2 to 3 p.m. preceding the servicer--- Gladys V. Petersen SYCAMORE - Gladys V. Petersen, 85, died Sept. 17, 1981, at the Highland Hospital, Belvidere. Arrangements are pending at the Van Natta Funeral Home, Sycamore. Opal Reynolds CARLSBAD, N. Mex -Opal Reynolds, 97, formerly of DeKalb, died Sept. 12, 1981, at the Landsun Retirement Home, Carlsbad, N. Mex. She is survived by a son, Dr. Chester Reynolds, El Paso, Texas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn. Following cremation a memorial service was held in the chapel at the Landsun Home on Sept. 16. William L Ditdrich William L. Diedrich, 86, Oak Crest Retirement Center, DeKalb, died Sept. 17, 1981, at Kishwaukee Community Hospital. He was born Jan. 6, 1895, In DeKalb, the son of Frank and Mary (O'Brien) Diedrich. He was married to Marie Lawler in Chicago on Jan: 22,1921. Survivors include five sons, William L. Jr. of San Francisco, Calif., Joseph of Hinckley, Charles of Salt Lake City, Utah, Edward F. of DeKalb, and Thomas of Rockford; two daughters, Mrs. William (Lucille) Riordon of Hinsdale, and Mrs. James (Patricia) Lynch of Elmhurst; a sister, Margaret Tinley of Altadena, Calif.; 21 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in . death by his wife, two sisters, and three brothers. He served in the National Guard, and in World War I in the Infantry Company A. He was a retired rural mail carrier. After serving 25 years with the postal department he retired in 1965. He was a member of St. Mary's Church. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's Church, Two other Lee men, Richard Mathesius and James R. Burton, were , convicted in August of the same offense. Probable causo found Probable cause was found in the case of Wayne Reimann, 116 N. Boulevard, Sandwich, who was charged with stealing a Colt revolver and .22-caliber pistol April 5. The case was continued to Oct. 20 at 1:30 p.m. for pretrial conference and arraignment. Opal Tweed, Greeneville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Everette Park, Bulls Gap, Tenn., Mrs. Pete Humes, Ethel Milburn, and Stevie Milburn, all of Taylorsville, Ky. Suen Hoi and Barbara Rae Suen, DeKalb, announce the birth of a son, Aaron Galen, born Sept. 9, 1981, at Kishwaukee Community Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beyer, New Port Richey, Fla., and Mrs. Lo Kam Mui, Hong Kong. DeKalb, at 10 a.m. Monday, with the Rev. Harold Nilges officiating. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, DeKalb. Friends may call at the Ronan-Moore Mortuary from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.. A rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. at the mortuary. Hospitals Kishwaukee Admitted Elmer Rhoton, John Wuich, Ralph Cristallo, Rebecca Devera, Lawrence Quinlan, DeKalb; Thomas Callahan, Sycamore; Sue Griswold, Sandwich. Dismissed Anna Gunn, Mary Mattson, Jacob Grady, Kelly Raih, DeKalb; Claudia Berres, Gerald Matteson, Sycamore; Emma Rockabrand, Malta; Sandy Harrolle, Rochelle; Edward Crayton, Barbara Turk, Maple Park; Floyd Johnson, Waterman. Sycamore Admitted Troy Ewing, DeKalb; -Donald Snyder, Kingston; Julie Bingham, Clare. Dismissed - Shirley Kaskowitz, Brian Scott, Ramona Rodriguez and son, Kathleen .Kempson, DeKalb; Edith Taylor, Eleanor Crawford, Rodney Morphey,. Sycamore; Henry Mattison, Shab-bona; Robbie Scott, Greenville, Tenn. Births Daughter born to Rebecca Boyce and St. Clair Davis, DeKalb; daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bingham, Clare. Sandwich Admitted Marvin Wilkening, Sandwich; John Davis, Stephanie Hartwig if fz. '9 ' I i 'ixirn John Paulsen of Paulsen Appliance shoots a question to panelists, including Sycamore Mayor Harold "Red" Johnson (left) and 2nd Ward Alderman Jeff Clapsad-die in last night's seminar on local government in the city council chambers. The Sycamore Chamber of Man sentenced In other court action Thursday, 20-year-old Piano man pleaded guilty to a charge that he tried to smuggle cannabis to someone in the DeKalb County Jail Sept. 4. Daniel E. Shotts was sentenced by Judge Wilson D. Bumell to one year's conditional discharge and ordered to pay court costs. Preliminaries waived Preliminary hearings were waived in two other cases. The case of Kevin Reimann, a 17-year-old Sandwich youth charged with the Aug. 28 attempted burglary of the Cora Champlin residence in Sandwich, was continued to Oct. 13 at 1:30 p.m. for a pretrial conference and arraignment. The case of Stuart I. Smith, a 32-year-old Aurora man charged with the Aug.- 27 burglary of Grimm's Standard, Hinckley, was continued to Oct. 20 at 1:30 p.m. for a pretrial conference and arraignment. w urn Somonauk; Lois Shockey, Seneca. Dismissed Mrs. Jack James and daughter, Sandwich; Grace Chellew, Yorkville. Fire calls DeKalb Thursday 3:52 p.m. Ambulance call to Northern Illinois University Health Center. Peter Gilbertson transported to DeKalb Clinic, Franklin Street. 5:14 p.m. Fire call to Barb City Manor, Haish Boulevard. Investigation only, no fire found. . 5:37 p.m. Airibulance call to mile post 111, East-West Tollway. Mike Johnson, Cordova, transported to Kishwaukee Community Hospital. 6:04 p.m. Ambulance call to DeKalb High School. Mike Balderas, Aurora, transported to KCH. 6:21 p.m. Ambulance call to NIU Health Center. Get weapons elsewhere RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (UPI) - A key Saudi official says if Congress blocks the sale of the controversial AW ACS surveillance planes and other military equipment, the kingdom will just get what It wants from another country. Defense Minister Prince Sultan Bin Abdel Aziz also indicated Thursday U.S.Saudi relations did not depend on approval of the sale, which Israel opposes as a threat to its security. "Our international relations are not based on one deal or the other," Ab A MEMORIAL FUHD Is Being Established For WILLIAM L DIEDRICH in care of the Ronan-Moore Mortuary, DeKalb. Tilt: oi.m: LIVE BAND - TCB - FREE HOR D'OEU VRES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1981 II Kf INNING WITH "llil'PV HOlJIt"-- 3:00 P.M. UNTIL ? IIEVOMJTIONAHY KESTALIMNT'N LOUNGE 122 SO. FIRST HTKKKT, DKKILB PHONE 758-1776 M l, DONATION!! COLLECTED EOK MI SC I LAK DYSTKOI'IIY MIST HE IN DEKALB'S BANKS BY NOON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1981. Sidney Gayle transported to KCH. 10:50 p.m. Ambulance call to NIU Health Center. Christina Smith transported to KCH. Friday 2:44 a.m. Fire call to 507 EoTaylor St Investigation only, no fire found. 4 a.m. -Fire call to 116 N. Ninth St. Fire emanating from gas wall heaters extinguished. Damage was estimated at 8800. Police " Sycamore Arrest A 20-year-old Sycamore man was arrested by Sycamore police Wednesday following a routine traffic stop at the intersection of DeKalb and Fox Avenues. Bradley D. Jesperson, 614 Edward St., was charged with battery, resisting a peace officer, improper lane usage and illegal possession and del Aziz told reporters following a graduation ceremony at the Saudi Air Force Academy in Riyadh. "If the U.S. Congress disapproves the request for the sales, we will seek them from elsewhere." Asked to elaborate, the prince said, "It is not in the interest of the kingdom to disclose such details, until we are sure of everything." He said the Reagan administration was "clearly enthusiastic about the deal ... But it is now up to the Congress." Commerce-sponsored Community Leadership Seminar series has 19 participants, but anyone can sit , in on the weekly events for 85 per session: (Chronicle photo by Roger Legel) A MEMORIAL FUND it being established FOR HAROLD E. AIKENS (or the Heart Fund, the NIU Foundation, or the Stage Coach Players in care of the Ronan-Moore Mortuary, DeKalb. M.D.A. CELEBRATING GALA COCKTAIL PARTY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SI'ONSOIIED UY FYFE 'N DKUM transportation of alcohol after police found beer in his vehicle, officials said. The subject was released after posting $100 bond. County Burglary Several household items valued at more than $250 were repor-ted stolen from the Susanna M. Chase residence, rural Clare, sometime between Tuesday night and late Thursday morning, sheriff's police said. The incident is under investigation. Arrest Police arrested David J. Marr, 19, Genoa, Friday and charged him with burglary after he allegedly took some tools from a Genoa residence earlier this week. Mair was also charged with the theft of more than 3250 in clothes from a Genoa area residence. He was taken to the county jail pending bond. Abdel Aziz spoke to reporters before opponents of the sale announced in Washington they had gained the necessary 51 votes in the Senate to block the purchase, although it was not certain those votes were firm. In Washington, Secretary of State Alexander Haig told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee a plane similar to the AW ACS is available to the Saudis, an apparent reference to the radar system in the British Nimrodjet.

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