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Page 8 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Thursday, July 10, 1975 200-230 Ib 58.00-58.25, few 58.50; No 1-3 200-240 Ib 57.50-58.00; No 2-3 240-260 Ib 56.00-57.50, 260-280 Ib 54.50-56.50. JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle sales insufficient to establish market. ' Hogs 1,000; steady to 25 lower; No 12 200-230 Ib 58.00-58.50; No 1-3 200-240 Ib 57.50-58.00; No 3-4 295 Ib 54.50. Friday estimated receipts: 1,200 cattle, 1,000 hogs. Stock Market Report NEW YORK (UPI) - Institutional traders stormed the stock market today, pushing prices broadly higher in heavy trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Shortly before noon EDT, the Dow Jones industrial average, a 14.08-point winner Wednesday, was ahead 4.93 points to 876.80. It had been ahead more than seven points. Advances far outnumbered declines, 905 to 327, among the 1,632 issues crossing the tape. Turnover during the first two hours amounted to about 13,300,000 shares, up from the 11,390,000 traded during the same period Wednesday. The NYSE high-speed transaction ticker ran seven minutes late at times. There was considerable big block trading. Texaco led the Big Board actives, up 14 to 36% on 341,800 shares, including a block of 299,900 shares at 26%. Walter Kidde followed, up % to 22% on 306,000 shares, including a block of 300,000 shares at 21%. Occidental Petroleum was third, up % to 21% on 266,100 shares, including an 'Opening - block of 190,000 shares at 22. Walt Disney, which sparked Wednesday's rally by reporting record earnings for the quarter, gained %'tti 53%. The glamor issue gained 3 Wednesday. IBM fell 2 to 207%. Some analysts were concerned about a countersuit IBM lost to a small New England firm, according to the Wall Street Journal. Oil and related issues generally were higher. Superior Oil gained 2 to 223. Ohio Standard, Atlantic Richfield, J. Ray MeDermott, Hughes Tool and Joy Manufacturing were point-sized gainers. '", • • ,' Prices were higher in'active trading on the American Stock Exchange. Champion Home Builders led the Amex actives, up % to 5 on, 138,000 shares. National Patent followed, up % to 16 on 49,000 shares. Aegis Corp. was third, unchanged at 1% on 43,800 shares. 11 A.M. Quotes Courtesy of Edward D. Jones '& Co. 11 N. Van Buren Ave. Telephone 233-3118 American Motors Corp 6y 8 AT&T 50% Chrysler Corp 13% Colt Industries, Inc 32% Commonwealth Edison 27% Commonwealth PFD ; 18% Crum Forster bid 24% asked 24% Exxon Corp 90% Ford Motor Go 42% General Electric Co 521 . General Foods Corp 26 General Motors 511,4 Goodyear 19% Gould Inc , ..28% Holiday Inns 13% Honeywell Inc 38 Household Finance Corp 17% IBM ! 207% International Harvester 27% 3MCo 64V4 Newell Companies ....bid 1% asked 7% Northwestern Steel&Wire 41\4 RCA ; 20% Sears; '..., 73% Sundstrand Corp 24% Texaco, Inc 26% U.S. Steel Corp 61% Westinghouse Electric Corp. 18% Woolworth... 16% Deaths And Funerals Grain Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest gradable nest-run eggs: , Firm; prices unch to up 1; large 43 up 1; medium 34 unch. Livestock PEORIA, III. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle sales insufficient to establish market. Hogs 3,900; mostly 50 lower; No 1-2 :!K:S!:^^ Weather NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS Fair and cooler tonight. Friday mostly sunny. Low tonight in the middle 50s. High Friday around 80. Official 7 a.m. t'reeport weather readings are taken at the city's wastewater treatment plant on South Hancock Avenue (or the National Weather Service.) TEMPERATURE Unofficial noon temperature 73 Past 24 hours: high 81, low 56 Year ago today: high 85, low 71 Records for date: high 105, low 47 PRECIPITATION Past 24 hours .03 inch Month to date .98 inch Normal for July 5.34 inches Year to date 17.12 inches Normal to Aug. 1, 24.05 inches Sunrise, 5:29 a.m. Sunset, 8:34 p.m. Extended Forecast: Illinois: Partly cloudy Saturday Mostly cloudy Sunday and Monday chance of showers or thunderstorms south Sunday. Lows Saturday 55-65 warming to 60-72 by Monday. Highs 7482 Saturday, warming to 80s by Monday. CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat and soybeans were substantially higher and corn higher at noon today on the Board of Trade. Wheat Jly 3.44 up 12 Sep 3.49 up 10% Dec 3.62% up 15 Corn Jly 2.86% up 114 Sep 2.67% up 1% Dec 2.543/4 up % Soybeans Jly 5.54 up 11 Atig 5.46 up 8% Sep 5.44 up 11% Robert Finch Raises Funds To Finance Race For Senator LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Robert Finch, former Nixon administration official, has raised $84,5,12 to finance his . campaign for the Republican senatorial nomination. The fund-raising effort was disclosed in a report filed by his office under new federal election finance laws. Finch hopes to win the seat held by Democrat John tunney. The report said 1,107 persons made donations, 41 of them' contributing the maximum $1,000 allowed by law, with 90 per cent of. the contributions for $100 or less. ' Finch was lieutenant governor of California and served in the Nixon administration as secretary of health, education and welfare and presidential adviser. Barbra Streisand Cancels Appearance On Carson Show HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Johnny Carson doesn't want his viewers to get mad at him. He says if they want to get mad, they can take it out on Barbra Streisand. But don't wait for her to appear on Carson's show. The singer was to appear on the "Tonight" show Wednesday night. During the taping of Tuesday night's show however, Carson's sidekick, Ed McMahon, notified Carson that her manager had just called, canceling the appearance, giving no reason. Carson, saying audiences had been told she would be on the show, made public the; change so viewers would not be disappointed the next night, he said later. "Don't get mad at me folks, get mad at her," he sajd. . . McMahon noted Miss Streisand's last appearance on the show had been 12 years ago, "It could be another 12 years before she appears," Carson said. Later he told the audience "It's possible she never will be on the show again." Major Exporters Confirm Soviets Buying Grain WASHINGTON (UPI) - Major grain exporters have confirmed to Senate investigators that they are negotiating with the Soviet Union for the sale of several million tons of U.S. grain, Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., said today. Jackson, chairman of the Senate permanent investigating subcommittee, said the investigators have learned that no major sales have been made - a fact that also was confirmed by the Agriculture Department. The rumors of major grain deals that have been, circulating for several days were expected to send up the price of domestic grain. Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz Wednesday said the reason for negotiations was a poor crop production in the Soviet Union. California Women Dominate Winners Of Powder Puff Derby BOYNE FALLS, Mich- (UPI) - California women dominated the Powder Puff Derby winners' circle Wednesday, capturing five of the top 10 spots in the nation's longest airplane race for women. Trina A. Jarish, 33, a native of Costa Mesa, Calif., and one of 18 solo pilots in the race, took first place in the official standings .based on aa complicated handicap system. California women also placed second, third, fourth and sixth in the race. Points were awarded on the basis of overall ground speed and handicap formulas. Handicaps apply to specific types of engines, the type and configuration of the plane, propeller combinations and other technical criteria. That Freeport Ceramic Tile Co. Has.... ; Outdoor Carpet 'Grass Type For Porches-Steps-Patios?. .Didn't Kmw mt It is a principle of American Justice that an Individual Is always presumed Innocent until proved guilty and a report that anyone Is charged with an offense cannot be construed as proof that he committed the offense. We rely upon official records for the Information published In this column. Thefts Russ Meier, 659 E. Jefferson St., told police someone took his $20 bicycle while it was parked outside the Sheltered Workshop at S. Liberty Ave. and E. Spring St., Wednesday. Vandalism Mrs. Donald Luettig, 110 Coates Place, told police that while two cars were parked at her home 'Tuesday night, someone slashed six tires which were valued at $170. Accidents Jacquelyn K. Wilkening, Lena, told sheriff's deputies she was unfamiliar with Wayne Road and when she reached Warren Road, she lost control of her car and it went off the road and struck a utility pole Wednesday night. Henry G. Leuzinger, Orangeville, backed his pickup truck into a parked van owned by Wayne Pearson, 830 S. Liberty Ave., on Illinois 26 west of Imobersteg Road Wednesday,night. As Robert Kutchback, Freeport Route 4;, was passing a pickup truck driven by Ronald A. Burwitz, 2044 W. Galena Ave., he cut his vehicle back too quickly and they collided on West Galena Avenue west of North Park Boulevard Wednesday afternoon. Cars driven by Carole L. Busjahn, rural Orangeville, and Debra L. Orht, Freeport Route 5, approached each other on Lane Road west of Red Oak Road Wednesday morning and collided. Arrests Charles Martin, 650 N. Waddell Ave., was arrested on a warrant for disturbing the peace Wednesday night and during the arrest, he resisted police and used vulgar language, police said. He also was charged with resisting arrest and using vulgar language. Juanita Johnson, Rockford, was arrested on a warrant charging her with deceptive practices. She allegedly wrote a bad check to Donahue Motors for $75 for the rental of a car. Marcus Shipp, 713 E. Park St., was released on a recognizance bond today after his arrest Wednesday morning at Freeport High School. Shipp was charged with the possession of stolen goods. Police said he allegedly stripped parts off bicycles and put the parts on his bicycle. The parts were valued at between $30 and $40. John L. Johnson, Rockford, was stopped early this morning and charged with failure to dim headlights. In a search of the car he was driving, police found marijuana. He was charged with possession of less than 2.5 grams of marijuana. Circuit Court CIVIL SUITS Vanco Printers, a division of Cowan Mfg. Co., filed a petition in Circuit Court here against Star Bowl Inc. and Dale Otto, seeking a judgment of $2,042.87 for past printing services. Electronic Industries, a Minnesota corporation, filed a suit against John Nortridge, doing business as Paradox Electronics, seeking a judgment of $1,268.42 for merchandise. CRIMINAL CASES Michael Gardner, 114& N. Walnut Ave., pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless driving and was fined $300 and ordered to pay $10 in court costs. He was arrested June 8 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Mark Tonini, 1626 S. Demeter Drive, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless driving and was fined $300 and ordered to pay $10 in court costs. He was arrested June 7 on a charge of driving while intoxicated.'Tonini also pleaded guilty 'to unlawful use of a license and was fined $100 and ordered . to pay $10 in court costs. Jacob Brunner, Monroe, Wis., pleaded guilty to possession of less than 2.5 grams of marijuana and was placed on probation for one year and ordered to pay court costs of $10. Associate Circuit Judge. Dexter Knowlton withheld adjudication of guilt. Brunner also pleaded guilty to obstructing a police officer and was placed on probation for two- years, fined $300 and ordered to pay court costs of $10. A charge of aggravated battery against Allen Hille, 761 W. Pleasant St., was dropped on a. motion of the state's attorney. He was arrested July 2. A charge of forgery against Grace Addison, 717% E. Stephenson St., was dismissed. She was arrested July 2 after allegedly attempting to cash a $120 check made out to someone else. Michele Schutte, Janesville, Wis., pleaded guilty to a curfew violation and was fined $15 and ordered to pay $10 court costs. Charles Holloway, rural Winslow, paid a fine of $15 and court costs of $1*0 after'pleading guilty to contributing to a curfew violation. ,; David Dotson, 1543 S. Oak Ave., pleaded guilty to having no valid gun owner's identification and paid a fine of $25 and court costs of $10.' Ervin Andrews, Monroe, Wis., was sentenced to six days in the Stephenson County Jail for contempt of court for failure to pay his fine and costs of $25. The fine was assessed when Andrews pleaded guilty to a violation of probation Oct. 29, 1973. Sylvester Powell, Rockford, was ordered to pay $505 in fines and costs after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated. Tanya Burkhart, 214^ W. Main : St., was placed on conditional discharge until Jan. 1 and ordered to pay $5 court costs for assault. She struck Candice Nesemeier, same address. Steven Monte, Freeport Route 3, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless driving and was fined $300 and ordered to pay $10 court costs. He had been arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated May 7. John Wise, 40 N. Wise Ave., pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless driving and was fined $300 and ordered to pay $10 court costs. He was arrested April 12 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Michael Madigan, 1250 S. Adams Ave., pleaded guilty to being a minor in a tavern and was fined $20 and ordered to pay $5 court costs. He also pleaded guilty to possession of liquor as a minor and was fined $45 and ordered to pay $5 court costs. He was arrested June 25. James M. Lawson, whose address was listed as both Red Oak and rural .South Beloit, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless driving and was fined $350 and ordered to pay $10 in court costs. He had been charged with driving while intoxicated. A charge of battery in a separate incident was amended to disorderly conduct. He pleaded guilty to that charge and was placed on.one year's conditional discharge and ordered to pay $26 in,court costs. ' Robert C. Lohmeyer, 16 N. Commercial Ave., was fined $400 and ordered to pay $5 in court costs on a charge of driving while intoxicated. John C. Campbell, 48 S. Hancock Ave., was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and was fined $400 and ordered to pay $10 in court costs. A charge of disorderly conduct against Charles Thomas, 719 E. Stephenson St., was not prosecuted. David Kloeppisg, rural Pearl City, pleaded guilty to a charge of criminal damage to property and was placed on conditional discharge for one year, ordered to pay $23.80 in court costs and the veterinarian's bill of Gary Townsend. Kloepping shot a pony owned by Townsend. Small Claims Continental Buyers Club of LaSalle- Peru was awarded a judgments of $446.50 against Thomas Cline, Freeport Route 5; $465.50 against Robert Chovinard, 703 S. Miami Ave.; $427.50 against William Hoover, 509 W. Addison St.; and $436.50 against Judy O'Connell, 647 1/2 W. Stephenson St. Ambulance Calls Flora Neuberger, Stephenson Nursing Center, Shelter Care, fell there early today and was taken-to Freeport Memorial Hospital by a fire department rescue unit. She was listed in fair condition this morning and was being treated for a scalp laceration. Bankruptcies William J. and Linda G. Samples, Belvidere, filed separate bankruptcy petitions in Federal Court here. He alleged liabilities of $19,940.70 and assets of $4,525 and is employed by Combined Insurance Co. of America in Chicago. She alleged liabilities of $19,940.70 and assets of $3,523.50 and is employed by Admiral Corp. James W. Grobe Sr., formerly doing business as Jim's Standard Service Corp., Rockford, filed a petition alleging liabilities of $23,923.23 and assets of $550. •;•'-.• Eldon 0. Derr, 942 S. 16th Ave., filed 'a petition alleging liabilities of $20,518.79 and assets of $1,825. He is employed by Kraft Foods, Stockton. David L. and Susan J. Bishop, Rockford filed separate petitions each alleging liabilities of $3,195.62 and no assets. He is employed by Rockford Drop Forge and she is unemployed. Ronald E. and Mary Gale, Oregon, filed separate petitions. He alleged liabilities of $5,000.76 and assets of $1,145 and is employed by Kysor of Byron. She alleged liabilities of $5,000.76 and assets of $420 and is employed by Borg Warner in Dixon. Gales E. Lewis, Rockford, filed a petition under the wage earner's plan alleging liabilities of $1,986 and undetermined assets. John W. Schaffer, Rockford, filed a petition under the wage earner's plan alleging liabilities of $1,288 and undetermined assets. ''. South, on Ida 6«lllirw Phon«: 233-2617 OhA Of QUAIITY' RENTING A CAR IS NOT EXPENSIVE AT MYERS! 1975 PINTO SUTIOM WACOM For A Full 24 HOURS $2s 9 liwMts |ZJHJM UaMNty hturtuct PLUS 25 MILES FREE! Call 233-61 61 For Details kberaMilivtriok.QrMuOlrMTeriiM,. r _. still" station wacon or 12-pasttnt" bw at sli|MlyM|h«rratM, IRENT-A-CAR MYERS U-DRIVE, INC. Located At My«n Ford Salos, Inc. 11E, Douglas St. Fr««port, III. Mrs. Edna Link Mrs. Edna Link, a resident of Parkview Home nine years, died Wednesday evening at the home after an extended illness. x She was a member of Faith United Methodist Church. Born July 26, 1894, in Forreston, she was the daughter of William and Lilly (Woltz) Appel." Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Orville (Ruth) O'Hara of Freeport and Mrs. Floyd (Bernice) Weigle of Shannon; and two grandchildren. Funeral.service will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday ' in tyalker Mortuary. The Rev. Larry Thompson, associate pastor of Faith Church, will/officiate. Burial will be in WesfcGrove Cemetery, rural Forreston, ,' ' Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday at the mortuary. A memorial fund has been established for the church. Mrs. Clause A. Kriens PECATONICA-Mrs. Clause A. (Ruth) Kriens, a resident of Pecatonica the past five years, died Wednesday afternoon in River Bluff Nursing Home, Rockford, after an extended illness. ', '•• ^ . • /...'• She was a fbrmer Freeport resident and a member of- Freepqrt. Order of Eastern Star and White Shrine. She was a member T of Pecatonica Congregational Church. Born Nov. 8, 1902, in New Milford, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlson. She was married to Clause A. Kriens July 20,1929, in Rockford. He died June 19. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Jerry (Kay) Palmer of Montgomery, Ala. Funeral service will be at 3 p.m. Monday in the Congregational Church. The Rev. Gustav E. Bloom, pastor of Seward Congregational Church,' will officiate. Burial will be in Twelve Mile Grove Cemetery. There will be no visitation. A memo- Jay V. Perkins, Retired Builder, Photographer, Dies Jay V. Perkins of "Timber Hills, Cedarville, a well known photographer in Freeport many years, died Wednesday afternoon in St. Joseph's Home after an extended illness. Mr. Perkins operated the Perkins Studio from 1914 until 1946 when he retired from photography. He then became a building contractor and designed and built many homes in the Cedarville area. Born Jan. 23, 1888, in Cleveland, Ohio, he was the son of George and Elizabeth (Kniepper) Perkins. He married Stella Higley June 17,1913, in Rockford. Surviving are liis widow; three sons, Fredric of Cedarville, Richard of Freeport and Phillip of Champaign; a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Mary Lou) Miller of Decatur; and eight grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers. A memorial service will be held at a later date. There will be no visitation. A memorial fund has been established for the High Twelve Club. Burke- Tubbs Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Father, Son In Partnership Albert C. Turner and Steven T. Turner have formed a partnership between father and son as owners of Walker Mortuary, 312 W. Main St., effective July 1. . Albert Turner has been associated with Walker Mortuary since 1938 and became owner in 1970. Steven Turner joined the firm in March 1974 and received a state funeral directors and embalmers license this year in May. He received a bachelor's degree in speech communications from Northern Illinois University in 1973. Both Turners graduated from the Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Chicago, Albert in 1934 and Steven in 1974. The father of Albert, Bert Turner, graduated from Worsham in 1909, making three generations of Turners to attend the school and enter the funeral service. Now You Know By United Press International Rattlesnakes are found in every state except Alaska, Hawaii, Maine and Delaware. rial fund has been established for Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital. Knapp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Roy Messmer ELIZABETH-Roy Messmer of rural Elizabeth, a retired area farmer and carpenter, died this morning in the home of his son, LeRoy of Elizabeth. He was a member of First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Mount Carroll. Born Jan. 30, 1893, in Woodland Township, Carroll County, he was the son of John,and Bertha (Reusch) Messmer. He married Lillie Rath Dec. 14, 1916, in Mount Carroll, She-died in 1970. Surviving besides his son LeRoy are three daughters, Mrs. Marcella Muscia of; Freeport, Mrs. Blanche Frey of Rock Falls and Mrs. Clyde (Arlie) Smith of Savanna; two other sons, Floyd of Westmont and Edwin of Phoenix, Ariz. Also a sister, Mrs. Agnes Davis of Oregon; 27 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. He also was preceded in death by a son and two brothers. : Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mount Carroll. The Rev. Ray Kleinhaus will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery, Mount Carroll. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. "and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Law-Jones Funeral Home, Savanna. A memorial fund has been established for the church. Frank Rindesbacher STOCKTON-Frank Rindesbacher of Stockton, who farmed in the area until retiring 11 years ago, died .Wednesday evening in Freeport Memorial Hospital after an extended illness. He was a member of the Univer- salist Church here. Born Dec. 28,1889, in Stockton Township, Jo Daviess County, he was the /son of Fred and Helen (Grosbeck) Rin- desbacher. He married Minnie Belk Sept. 28, 1910, in Dubuque, Iowa. She died in 1952. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Ervin (Helen) Deisinger of Hartland, Wis. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Heermahn Funeral Home here. The Rev. Charles Fleck Jr.. will officiate. Burial will be in Ladies Union Cemetery. There will be no visitation. A memorial fund has been established. FUNERAL DIRECTORY BURKE-TUBBS FUNERAL HOME , Cor, N. Walnut and W. Oateno Phot* 232-0613 .'. FRIDAY MOLTER, Elsie V., (Mrs. Julian L.); 10:18 a.m. at the Funeral Home. No visitation. A memorial has been established in her memory for the High 12 Crab. WILSEY, Guy L.; , 1 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Friends may call from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Friday. A memorial has been established In his memory. SERVICES TO BE ARRANGED PERKINS, Jay V.; . Memorial Services will be held at a later date. No visitation. ; A memorial has been established in his memory for the High 12 Club. SCHWARZ FUNERAL HOME 816 South Galmo Avwiua Phone 232-9017 G. T. Schwarx, W. R. Cramer WALKER MORTUARY 321 W M t Main Stra«t Phono 232-2136 FRIDAY HERBIG, Mae, (Mrs. Leonard); l:Ji p.m. at the Mortuary. * Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday. SATURDAY LINK, Mrs. Edna; 10:30 a.m. at the Mortuary. . Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday. A memorial has been established In her • memory for Faith United Methodist Church. , Going On A Trip? Taking A Vacation? Get A Account Free Travelers Checks Free Safe Deposit Box Free Checking And More State Bank of Freeport

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