The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois on July 14, 1983 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois · Page 12

De Kalb, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 14, 1983
Page 12
Start Free Trial

12 DAILY CHRONICLE. DeKolbSycomor. III. Thursday. July 1 4, 1 983 Polish parliament meets A MEMORIAL FUND .... is being established -FOR MARIE ILRHiWICIl in care of Quiram-Sycamore Funeral Home. Warm, humid on martial law issue Tonight will be hazy, warm and humid with a low in the mid 70s. Friday should be partly sunny, hot and numid, me high will be in the low to mid 90s. WARSAW. Poland (UPI) - Police broke up a demonstration just hours before parliament's session todayto begin legal preparations for ending 19 months of martial law in Poland. Riot police Wednesday dispersed a peaceful crowd of Solidarity supporters who staged a regular 13th-of-the-month protest marking the government's imposition of martial law Dec. 13, 1981 . Helmeted officers scattered a crowd of people singing anti-government songs outside a church in the capital's Old Town section, a rallying point for sympathizers of the outlawed Solidarity union. Witnesses said two or three people were taken into custody, but no violence was reported. Police have avoided confrontations with opposition gatherings since Pope John Paul U s visit last month, in keeping with the government's claim that it is time to ease martial law restrictions because life is returning to normal in Poland. But after listening to the pro-Solidary crowd's songs for an hour, including several loud renditions ot a ditty declaring, "We'll never surrender to the Communists, to the KGB or the secret police," the police broke up the gathering. An official announcement Wednesday night said parliament's one-day session today would include a first reading of five constitutional amendments considered necessary before martial law can be lifted. Preliminary consideration of several pieces of legislation, including a bill on the operation of the Polish press, also was listed on the deputies' agenda. The deputy speaker of the parliament, or Sejm, said earlier this week the house would meet again next week for two days, probably Wednesday and Thursday. That would allow time for final votes on all bills connected with lifting martial law, which could end as early as July 22, a national holiday marking the founding of the postwar socialist regime. The extended forecast calls for continued hot and humid through Monday. Highs will be in the 90s, lows in the 70s. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST to 7 AM EST 0.24 30.00 77 x oo M 90 77 7-15-63 29.77 ffCfie'lle: I 1-129 1 Hrikmr . MOM W. lincoli rt 1 . Mr III JT. LOWEST VS DALLAS "VWv TEMPCRATURE8 V . JMs& V W 70 'MEW j Miami AND Hi 70 VJ " 1 1 A' J I UPI WEATHER FOTOCAST Tomporaffuros, rainfall aiy Fcst Albuquerque c Anchorage c Asheville c AtlanU hi Billings c Birmingham hi Bos too c BrownsvU Tx. r Buffalo c Chrlstn S C. hi Charlott N.C. c Chicago hi Cleveland pc Columbus pc Dallas r Denver c Des Moines hi . Detroit pc Duluth c El Paso pc Hartford c Honolulu c Indianapolis c Jacksn Mss. hi Jacksonville hi Stock of Local Inttrttl Th latost market report It provided by Edward D. Jones & Co., Maft.Myre registered representative In DeKalb. After each company name appear the previous day close and neon today figures. Prev. rrev. Day Noon Close Today At.-FUch. ... 49 AT4T 62W Beatrice 26 Chrysler 31 Com. Ed 25 Cont.Tele 25 Duplex 22 Vi Eimark .....75 Exxon 34 G.E ...52 G.M. ........70 G.T.E. ......44 ITT . . . 43 NICOR ......32 Cortland-DeKalb Yards, Inc. corn $3.13 beans $6.18; DeKalb County Exports: Chicago Board of Trade corn $3.06 soybean $6.41. Dow Jones Industrial Average up 7.61. , Helnold Commodities 1013 N. RrstSt. DeKalb, 111.60115 Stan Storm, branch manager 756-7426 -Chicago Board of Trade Chicago Merchantile Exchange USDA livestock slaughter under federal inspection Cattle Hog Yesterday Si........ '.. 126,000 307,000 Weekago 135,000 313,000 Yearago....... ....'......7 129,000 284,000 Dressed beef trade yesterday Steer beef choice grade 3 $.98 Heifer beef choice grade 3 .$.96 Soybean basis $.024 Corn basis $.23 Chicago mercantile live cattle a of 11:30 a.m. Prior Close Opening High Low Last Aug. 60.37 61.05 61.60 60.95 61.57 Oct. 57.02 57.65 58.00 57.55 57.95 Dec. 58.05 58.55 59.00 58.50 58.85 Feb. 58.55 59.25 59.50 59.15 59.35 v ' Chicago mercantile live hog a of 11:30 a.m. . Prior dote Opening High Low Last July 46.20 46.85 46.90 46.50 46.80 Aug. 43.35 44.02 . 44.05 43.62 43.70 Oct. 38.3 38.97 39.00 38.67 38.70 Dec. 39.35 39.72 39.80 39.45 39.50 Chicago Board of Trade corn Prior doe Opening High Low Last Sept. 3.05 30.5V4 30.7 3.05 3.06 Dec. 2.92 2.91 2.92 2.90 2.92 March 3.00 2.98 3.00 2.98 2.99 May 3.06 3.04 3.06 3.04 3.05 Chicago Board of Trade soybean Prior dose Opening High Low Last Aug. 6.39 6.35 6.41 (i 6.40 Sept. 6.47 6.44 6.49 6.44 6.49 Nov. 6.64 6.60 6.66 6.60 6.65 Jan. 6.77 6.74 6.79 6.74 6.78 Chicago Board of Trade wheat , . Prior do Opening High Low Last Sept. 3.48 3.48 3.52 3.48 3.51 Silver measured In dollar per Troy ounce Prior dose Opening High Low Last Sept. 12.38 12.48 12.55 12.30 12.35 Gold Dollar pr,Troy ounce ' Prior dose Opening High Low Last Sept. 429.80 431.00 433.00 48 50 429.50 I 1 Hi U Pep Kansas City pc 92 7t 92 60 .... Las Vegas c 109 U 66 96 .... Little Rock hi 92 75 90 .... Los Angeles hi 94 71 94 74 .... Louisville hi 94 75 99 68 .... Memphis pc 93 76 92 70 .... Miami Been hi 08 79 93 72 .... Milwaukee hi 87 73 88 76 .45 Minneapolis c 96 76 85 61 .... Nashville pc 93 71 88 76 .... NewOrlenspc 90 71 95 74 .... New York c 93 71 89 67 .... Oklahm Cty pc 91 66 86 60 .... Omaha pc 93 72 89 66 .... Philadelphia c 93 63 90 73 .... Phoenix c 111 90 89 61 .... Pittsburgh c 84 58 96 73 Portland Me. c 87 64 88 59 .... Portland Ore. "r 54 90 75 ... Providence c 91 68 95 68 .... Richmond c 96 68 86 59 .... St. Louis pc 96 79 85 71 .... Salt Lake Ctyw 96 67 94 72 .... San Antonio r 84 71 94 72 .... Sau Diego c 84 70 93 78 .... San Francisc c 87 56 ' Day Noon dose Today 49 Win... 30 30 S3 Reynold 40 41 27 A.O. Smith ...27 29 32 Sunstrand....48 49 25 United Tech. .69 69 25 U.S. Steel ....24 24 22 WurUtier .... 7 7 75 ConAgra ..... 30 30- 34 , ' 53 BID AND ASK 61 Br.-Greene...l7 17 44 DeK.Ag .....20 20 44 Wolohan ..... 8 9 32 Plo-Bred....".26 26 MX WASHINGTON (UPI) A core group of Senate opponents of the giant MX missile prepared for a . coordinated assault today against the intercontinental nuclear weapon in a debate they predicted will extend into next week. Led by Sen. Gary Hart, D-Colo., the group said they will propose several amendments attaching conditions to the MX. (odDv L73L753 Deaths Marie H. Renwick CLARE - Marie H. Renwick, 62, of rural route, CTare, died Wednesday, July 13, 1983 at Kishwaukee Community Hospital. 1 She was born April 16, 1921, in DeKalb, the daughter of Andrew and Errikka (Juusola) White. She married Robert Renwick on Feb. 8, 1947 in DeKalb. She was a lifetime member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church in DeKalb. She was a member of the Lutheran Church Women's Circle. She graduated from DeKalb High School. She is survived by her husband, Robert; one daughter, Janet, at homer one brother, Herman White of DeKalb; two sisters, Esther Lutz of DeKalb and Eleanor Clausen of Rockford; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and four brothers. - Funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in DeKalb, with the Rev. Antti Lepisto officiating. Burial will be in Mayfield Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7-9 p.m. Friday at Qujram ' - Sycamore Funeral Hflrns Joseph H. Hartman- SANDWICH - Joseph H. Hartjnan, 69, of Sandwich, died Tuesday, July 12, 1981 at Copley Memorial Hospital in Aurora. He was born June 12, 1914 in Sandwich, the "Son of Henry and Clara (Riemanschneider) Hart-man. He married Grace Leah Daniels Ochsenschlager on Oct. 22, 1948 in Aurora. He lived'in Sandwich his entire life. He was employed by All-Steel, Inc., of Aurora for 43 years. He rose from a sales clerical job at All-Steel in the 1930s to general sales manager in 1940s. He became the vice president of furniture sales in the 1950s and division general manager in the 1960s. In 1974 he was elevated to executive vice president and in June of 1975 he was promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer of All-Steel. In late 1978 he was elected Chairman of the The JUNGLE (at Hillcrest and Annie Glidden, DeKalb) FRIDAY NIGHT DR. BOP & THE HEADLItlERS One night only I foes ready battle plan Their purpose: to prolong debate in the hope of gaining support from the half-dozen or so senators needed to turn around the 59-39 vote by which the chamber endorsed the nuclear weapon lasf June. Hart's amendment would delete all funding $5.04 billion for production of the first 27 missiles and for further research. Board. He retired in June of 1979. He was active in community affairs and served as trustee of the Federated Church of Sandwich. He also served as 'a member of the Sandwich School Boards Sandwich Community 'Hospital Board and the Fox Valley Manufacturers Association. He served as President of the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association from . 1978-1979 (BIFMA is an organization dedicated to performance and safety standards for the office furniture industry). He is survived1 by his wife, Grace; one son, John Hartman of Chicago and one daughter, Nancy of Chicago. I He - was preceded in -death by his parents. A memorial service will be at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Federated Church in Sandwich, with the Rev. Alfred L. Perkins officiating. Hospitals Kishwaukee Admitted Gladys Carlson, Eugene Vesta, Amina Welch, Kurt Clifton, Lavonne Mueller, David Pickett, DeKalb; Wilbert Felbinger, ' Michael Reynolds, Sandra Davis, Sycamore; Gloria Young, Genoa; Velma Quinonez, Rochelle; Iola . Houghtby, Maple Park; Carolyn Hughes, Elburn; Randy Colb, Sandwich; Robert Westphal, St. Charles. Dismissed Jenelle Dowd and son, Donna Burke, Lucille Scott, Frances Katz, Elsie Johnson, Ray Lee, DeKalb; Patrick Carraher, Maple Park; Bellen Rodriguez, Rochelle; Ellen Devault, Fulton. Births Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Repetto, DeKalb; son born to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Milam, Lee. . Sycamore Admitted Daniel Leifheit, Sycamore; Velva Hayes, Jessie Wright, DeKalb; Julia Ruiz, Aurora. " Dismissed Helen Barchard, Genoa; Robbie Casten, Chicago. Sandwich Admitted ' James Jordan, Russell Peterson, Piano; Vicki Hodson, "If deployed, the MX missile would radically change our world and place at risk the very future of civilization," Hart, a presidential contender, charged. Hart, and Sens. Jim Sasser, D-Tenn., and William Proxmire, D-Wis., promised an extended debate on the MX, despite hope's by the Republican leadership Leland; Anna Tauf, Yorkville. Dismissed Randy. Colbe, Mrs. James Lemke and son, Sandwich; Theresa Klotz, Somonauk; Lindsay Marvick, Bon-nette Rompf, Leland; Er-Vst Anthenat, Piano; Jenny Janes, Yorkville; Mrs. Kenneth Adkins and daughter, DeKalb. Police DeKalb Theft Harold Calvert, Merritt Island, Fla., told police someone entered his car Sunday and stole a wallet and jacket, together comprising a loss of $290, officials reported. The car was parked in the driveway of 595 Normal Road at the time of the theft, officials said. No suspects were found. Theft A color television camera valued at $975 was stolen from a display room at Appletree Stereo, 1022 W. Lincoln Highway, police reported Wednesday. No suspects were found. County Arrested Jeffrey Brooks, 24, 630 Annie Glidden Road, DeKalb, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and driving in the wrong lane following a ' 2:36 a.m. traffic stop this morning at Annie Glidden Road and Illinois Route 64. He was taken to the county public safety building to post bond. Sandwich Arretted Anita Abens, 44, 427 S. Davis, Sandwich, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence following a 12: 46. a.m. traffic stop this morning at Railroad Street and II- PeKRlP r Ho t hot on the hock. BURT REYNOLDS is j 5: 15-7: 15-9: 15 ' tj 4:43-7:10-9:30 -; jQyV J :c'ocihmh4 : lIiC ?:30-5:00-7:10-: A different kind of game 2:30-5: lS-7:30-:5 1 r ii 1 Msveojjwai fc 1 31 m IBS tt&4WjMMiM tv" r v. 1 that work on the military bill could be wrapped up today. "I'll talk as long as I can hold the floor," Hart promised. The shadow of the MX has hung over this week's debate on a $200 billion military spending bill that also includes funding for production of the first 10 B-l bombers. v linois Route 34. She posted bend at the Sandwich police station and was1 released. Fire calls The following calls were answered Wednesday and Thursday by the DeKalb and Sycamore fire departments: f DeKalb Wednesday 11:52 a.m. Ambulance call to 232 S. Second. Caroline Hughes transported to Kishwaukee Community Hospital. 11:54 a.m. Ambulance call to 150 W. Locust, Jessie Wright transported to KCH. 12:13 p.m. Fire call to .. 721 Normal. Stove fire extinguished; no damage. 3:12 p.m. Fire call to 825 Grove. Gas spill washed down. -322 p.m. Fire call to Seventh and Davy. Kurt Clifton and Dick Scoughton transported to KCH. 3:25 p.m. Fire call to corner of Seventh and Davy. Gas spill washed down. i4:05 p.m. Ambulance call to 423 S. Third. No transport. y 7:12 p.m. Ambulance call to 1026 Crane. Mary Anne Kepner transported to KCH. 7:16 p.m. Ambulance call to 1732 Sycamore Road. Car fire extinguished. ' Thursday 2 a.m. Ambulance call to 1600 N. 14th. No transport. Sycamore 11:25a.m. Fire call to 1500 Woodland Trail. Short in vacuum cleaner plug.' No fire. , wait till you see 13 j, 1 , y MOVIE EL DAN AYKROYD EDDIE MURPHY TRADING PLACES 2:00-S:0O- S 7:1M:30 MARK HAMILL HARRISON FORD CARRIE FISHER JkTALXtfA RJT RETURN OF THE JEDI 1:4M:30-7:0O-:4S M I Hamms ' 12pk.-12oz.can. Old Style 24 pic. -12 01. cn... Old Milwaukee 24 pk. 12 01. can McCormick Vodka 1 .75 Itr. plastic bott feSjcoRu.m Maker's Mark Bourbon 750 ml Early Times Bourbon 1.75 liter Almaden Mountain Wines Rhine, Chablit, Roe 1.75 liter 1 Plaiy the Daily Game and The jfA NfovLotto Game tttj rcompwCinCfrifffl't- WALTER MATTHAU THE SURVIVORS il STARTS FRIDAY! :'Dc.flUQ fwm ii.'iw.n.-isuvn STARTS 11 STIGWDOD PRODUCTION - A SYLVESTER STALLONE FILM JOHN TRAVOLTA "STAYING ALIVE" re 4:45-7:00-9:15 $ti 7fi 4WT.W $Q QQ $fi Q VJVJJ J7.59 $ 10.29 7.99 i i yfQ 1 1 4x 3.69 "RODin WILLIAMS 2:15-5:00-7:15-9:30 H rrv. V W STARTS FRIDAYI Wftwi 9:00 J) FRIDAY! 1 92& ) m

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 19,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Daily Chronicle
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free