Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 10, 1975 · Page 3
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Planning Commission Named By Board At Milledgeville MILLEDGEVILLEi * Appointed mehibers of Mtlletogevffltfs»planning , -—- — «• "*>«41A«U£}V. YUIQ^O f 'JJ1Q lllllUg commission by the village board Monday night were" Mrs. G. C. Poppen- hduse, Mrs, Lewis Glenn, -Mrs. James Plog-, John Bracken, Leo' Alber, Jay Fogel and Dick Deets. The commission was reduced from 22'to seven members by a vote of the Villkge board June 16. ' The board voted to vacate the 60-foot toadway at the wesredge of Greentop .Acres subdivision at the request of developer Ralph Spanogle. A special meeting was called for Tuesday, July • 15,^1 7: $0 p.mi to pass an ordinance to this effect;-, , " •':, ^?'; : .., .'.;;-,•; Spanogle also presented a petition to expend the village sewage-system to the west edge of the, village limits along Illinois 88. "The people who: live in this area have paid on the sewage bonds for 15 years and have never received any benefit from it," Spanogle said. The board voted to make a study 'of the matter to determine if it is feasible. Board member Lanny 'Munz re- scinded his motion made at the previous board meeting for a local insurance agent to present a blanket insurance policy on all village prtiperty. "We've got to set a time limit on this and get these bids in - we've hassled this insurance matter long enough," he said. Board member Wayne Hawkins added, "We've been at this four years already." ..•''. John Byvick, local garage operator, requested disposal of an inoperative ;car impounded^by the village that he has been storing. Plans were made to process the contents and put them and the car up for sale, with proceeds to go toward storage costs. • The board approved Rodney Kleckler as a new member of the auxiliary police force and also approved plans of the auxiliary police for extra village patrol during Carroll County Fair week. Revenue sharing funds to the village for the year ending June 30 were reported to be $12,943. The amount was used for garbage disposal. MILLEDGEVILLE FROSH-SOPH cheerleaders attended a week of study at the : Redbird Cheerleading School at Illinois State University, Normal, where they won one superior ribbon, one outstanding and two excellents. Girls on the squad are Kris Oncken (front), Pam Cheeseman (back), Diane Scheidecker, Annette Frederick, Beth Patterson and Kalah Spencer. . • • ' ••'• • .' '. • ' ' i • • Northwestern Illinois Briefs Ifs^tiel Chapter O£S .' LENA-Isabel Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Lena [Masonic Temple for {initiation. Members are to bring food for the' lunch to be* iserved during the social hour. • ' Army Plans To Cut Jts Joliet Arsenal To Standby Facility JOLIET, 111, (UPI) - The Army plans to reduce its Joliet Arsenal to a standby faciity and will begin the elimination of 800 jobs there Aug. 1, Rep. George 0,'Brien, R-IU., said Wednesday. < • • • O'Brien said Army plans call for an initial layoff 'of 100 persons in August with the remaining 7dO employes being laid off within three months. He said Only a 216-person main- etfance staff, necessary to keep the facility in standby condition, will be kept at the facility, which'now has about 1,000 employes. r. The arsenal, operated under contract by the Uniroyal Co., produces TNT. Its production will be transferred to a facility at Chattanooga, Tenn O'Brien said. In another development, Kansas Congressman Joe Skubitz said in Washington that the Army will make a final announcment concerning the status of several government-owned facilities next week and that the Joliet Ammunitions Plant in Illinois, which produces TNT and 105 millimeter shells, will be closed. Hanover Officers HANOVER-John Kilpatrick was elected president of the Hanover High School Alumni Association at the annual banquet Saturday. Lyle Zigler was chosen vice president and .Mrs. Gary Mullane, secretary-treasurer. To Sell Bank's MILLEDGEVILLE-Milledgeville Rotary Club will sell aluminum replicas of the old "mill at the edge of the ville" as banks. They will also be used to top the new street signs to be erected here as a Rotary project. Black, White Show Stephenson County's annual Black and White Show will be Friday at the county fairground. Judging will start at 9:30 a.m. ' Milledgeville Class Holds Reunion MILLEDGEVILLE-Milledgeville High School class of 1935 held a reunion Saturday night -at Emerald Hill Country Club, Sterling. . Twenty-seven guests were seated at tables decorated in a red, white .and blue motif. After the meal, Mrs. Florence (Smith) Holloway read a resume of the 1970 reunion. : Communications were read from H. A. Hoff, a former superintendent, and from Mrs. Erma (Shilling) Belin of Seattle, Wash., a Class member. Each member told of family events in the last five years. : . , • The group will meet again in 1978 with Mrs. Holloway and Mrs. Erna (Oncken) Williams as cochairmen. THURSDAY • FRIDAY • SATURDAY • MONDAY GIRLS' FASHIONS AILEEN • JIUSS GIRL SAVE 15 % CHILDREN'S PLAYWEAR d; ROYS'PANTS Buy One Pair And Get SECOND PAIR FOR ONLY I/ PRICE / *J Buy Many And Save! (Second Pair To Be .Of Same Price Or Less) shop Our SALE RACKS 75% OFF • CAR $EATS • STROLLERS • PLAY PENS *TOYS 20 'OFF % • UNV TOT-TEEN I TOY SHOP* 121 S, Chicqgo Ave. Open Mon. & Fri. to 9 p.m. Beloit College Receives Bequest Of $2£,800 BELOIT, Wis.-Beloit College has received a bequest from a former Beloit school district teacher, Miss Mary Mclntyre. The/college will get about $24,800 from the estate of Miss Mclntyre, who died,two years ago. Plans are to use the gift for general endowment. Appreciation Night Set For Dakota Band DAKOTA-^-An appreciation night for the Dakota Marching Indians will be held Wednesday evening at the school ground here. The band will perform at 8:30 p.m. There is no charge and the public is invited to 1 attend. Pearl City To Check Water Line Valves PEARL CITY-Pearl City Village Board Monday night said that village water will be turned off Friday from 8 to 10 a.m. while village employes check the main valves on water lines. In other business, the board said two large trees on village property in front of the Theo Sandell residence will be removed by Miller Tree Removal Service. Keith Werkheiser will fill, with clay, holes made by muskrats at the lagoon. Ed Crane of Lena has been hired as a part-time day policeman. Ed Witte will continue as a part-time night policeman. R. E. Cox Construction Co. of Lena Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Thursday. July 10, 1975 p age 3 Rock City Park Dedication Set For July 19 ROCK CITY-Official dedication ceremonies for the Rock City Park will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at the park. Events will include a variety show, flag raising and an ice cream social. Rep. Richard Mulcahey, D-Durand, will be the program speaker. Locai Scouts will participate in the raising of the American and bicentennial flags. The variety show will include adults and youngsters. Serving for the ice cream social will begin at 5 p.m. In case of rain, the program will be held at the Davis Community Building. Land for the Rock City Park was bought in March 1971. will begin repair work on streets and alleys this week, it was reported. Males age 16 to 18 in the school district who are not employed full time may apply for maintenance work in the village through a state-funded program. Under the program the village may hire two persons for 30 hours per week for nine weeks ending Aug. 20. Firemen's Auxiliary DAKOTA-Dakota Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the fire station to elect officers and work on crafts. This is a change in time. 'terrific savmgs I" "1 •"• "1 ^" ' "N. -*""— -"• — ^^^M^^^ White Sale 4 49 52x52", reg. $7 "Tulip Time" tablecloth by Leacock has Scotchgard® A dew-fresh tulip design as refreshing as springtime itself is screen .printed on 100% cotton. And it's refreshingly easy-care! It's permanent press with 'soil release and 3M Scotchgard*-Plus finish. Brighten your dining with shades of orange, lemon and green. Reg. /SALE 52x52 y J. $7 52x70" . $9 , 60x83" oblong $12 60x83" oval.... $12 60" round.......... $9 66" round..... ' 13.50 Napkins 1.30 Linens, all Weise stores 4 99 . 54x54", reg. 6.50 "Carnival" tablecloth by Leacock wipes clean easily Spotlight fun colors and carefree clean-up ,with these wipe-clean vinyl tablecloths in gold, bone, brown, citron, avocado, orange and white. 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