Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 11, 1975 · Page 16
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Page 16 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Friday, July 11, 1975 FARMER ROBERT BURGET, Altoona, Iowa, surveys some of the corn on his farm, already grown to 9 feet high. Burget said that weather so far this year has been ideal for corn in his area of the Midwest, in contrast to iast year, when farmers were plagued with torrential rains, hail/and then drought. - UPI Photo. Cook County Jailers Were Asleep When 6 Inmates Fled Thursday rfTJT/~»A*-»/"\,/TTT-»Y\ v» • ' CHICAGO (UPI) - Prison authorities believe that guards may have been asleep early Thursday when six inmates', including three held on mur- : der charges, escaped from the maximum security wing of Cook County jail. Police today were searching for the six fugitives. The men placed dummies in their bunks, then used a smuggled hacksaw to cut through a sheet metal wall leading to an air vent, a spokesman for the •Cook County sheriff's office said. They then crawled 10 feet up the air vent to the roof, sawed through a bar and used 'bedsheets to lower themselves four stories to the ground. . The men then ran about 100 yards through the complex and got out of the prison by scaling a newly installed 12- foot cyclone fence in view of three guard towers, the spokesman said. "It was a very well-executed plan," said Winston Moore, director of the Cook County Department of Corrections. Moore said the guards on duty at the time of the escape would undergo lie detector tests today. He said two of them had cases of "excessive absenteeism" pending. "We believe they were asleep," Moore said. Authorities said the escape took place between 4:30 a.m:, when guards last checked the fugitives', cell tier, and 9:40 a.m., when it was discovered the six were missing. The men were identified as Richard Covelli, 21, Joseph Ganci, 26, Pete Ukite, 21, Robert Ramsey, 24, Robert Koonski,, 18, and Joseph Greer, 23, all of Chicago. Covelli, Ganci and Ukite were being held on murder charges. Ramsey was accused of armed robbery, Kolonski of aggravated battery and Green of burglary and attempted escape. Seventeen inmates escaped from the jail May 14 in the largest breakout in the 46-year history of the facility. Six of those fugitives remain at large. Asked why there had been so many escapes from the jail, Moore answered: "If I could explain why there were so many, there wouldn't be any.". Skokie Police Wives Stay Night In The Village Hall Thursday SKOKIE, 111. (UPI) - About 30 po- Hce wives spent the night in the Village Jail Thursday night in support of a uniform strike by their policemen hus- Bands, but some 100 children who had geen on hand the first night of the pro- rest were sent home under court order. * Cook County Circuit Court Judge Nathan J. Cohen held an emergency tearing Thursday on a suit filed by the tillage against the protesters and the Bpmbined Counties Police Association, pohen ordered all persons under the ' of 15 out of the Village Hall by 8 p.m. Thursday but refused to enter any other orders. He told lawyers for both sides to return to his courtroom today. "I trust you will think further about discussing this matter between now and then," Cohen told the^attorneys. The CCPA at first insisted that Cohen had merely requested that the children leave, the building and that he had not issued any formal order, but the union finally ordered the children sent home about 2% hours after the court- imposed deadline. festival Stagehands End Their Picketing fc * EDWARDSVILLE, 111. (UPI) .Stagehands who picketed at the Missis- ; sippi River Festival ended their wage Dispute Thursday, removing the threat •bf cancellation of weekend symphony performances. *•• Members of Stage Employes Local 6 s£et up a picket line Wednesday night at jthe festival. About 25,000 persons grossed the line to attend a performance by the English rock group Yes. •' The union said Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville should hire union workers at $6.50 an hour rather than use students at $2.10 an hour and civil service employes at $5.10 an hour. The agreement to halt picketing was announced by Arnold Franke, assistant vice president for business affairs at the university. No settlement terms were announced. The women began their protest Wednesday night to track their husbands' demands for higher wages. "We're tired of being ignored. We are ready to go the full route,"- one woman demonstrator said. She said most of the children treated the sit-in like "one big pajama party." Police are seeking aHeast an 8 per cent increase and the village has offered 5 per cent. Current starting rate for a beginning patrol officer is $11,794 a year. '^ , • Striking officers have protested by wearing civilian clothing during duty hours. They are not allowed to work unless in uniform. One sergeant.^nd 53- patrolmen are involved in the protest action. The department employs 93 patrolmen. Earlier this week the strikers were charged with violating village rules by Police Chief Kenneth Chamberlain. The move threw -the issue into the jurisdiction of life Skokie Police and Fire Commission, $tjich could recommend penalties including suspension or dismissal. The commission meets Monday, i utterfield Has CIA Background .WASHINGTON (UPI) - Alexander , iutterfield, the man who disclosed the Existence of the Nixon White House •apes, had a Central Intelligence Agency background and may have >een a CIA contact while a presiden- lal aide, NBC and CBS reported to[' The two networks' reports were feased mostly on remarks of retired Air force Col. Fletcher Prouty, wl.o said lje served as liaison between that branch of the armed forces and the CIA. Prouty said today he was told Butterfield was a "contact" man in the White House by E. Howard Hunt, a former CIA agent and one of the original Watergate defendants. "I think the description would fit Alexander Butterfield," Prouty said today on the CBS Morning News when asked if he knew anyone who might be an agent in the White House. Prouty said Butterfield previously had "assignments to the agency as a contact officer" when he was an Air Force colonel before going to work for Richard M. Nixon in the White House. Rep. Robert W. Hasten, R-Wis., a member of the special House Intelligence Committee, said Wednesday the- panel has seen evidence of "possible infiltration" by the CIA of the White House; other government agencies and the news media. White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen and CIA Director William Colby both denied any infiltration Thursday. : -, "There has never been any penetration or infiltration of the.: White House by CIA," Nessen said. "Any CIA employe at the White House on duty or on detail is or was here with the complete knowledge of the White House." Prouty said he wanted a contact in the White House and talked with Hunt about it over lunch. "Look, we'll have no trouble getting into that White House," he quoted Hunt as saying. "My contact there is Butterfield." encies Federa Agree On Reform WASHINGTON (UPI) - A number of major federal agencies which regu-. late American business agree with President Ford: the system needs reform. Talking it over with Ford at a White House meeting Thursday, they piled examples: • - It takes more than 40 licenses from federal agencies to build a power plant on the Eastern seaboard. - It takes 8 to 10 years to build a nuclear power plant in the United States, twice as long as in Japan or Europe, in part because of heavy regulation. - Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz said he had been "shocked" to learn about a quarter of the Agriculture Department's 82,000 employes were involved in issuing or denying licenses, or as he put it. "putting people out of business." - John Robsori, chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board, said in general "the gestation period for regulatory decisions is figuratively near the age of pyaramids." - Federal Power Commission Chairman John Nassikas said "the free mar- ket can undoubtedly do a far superior job" of managing power than his agency. He urged deregulation of new natural gas. Ford repeated to the representatives of 10 regulatory agencies a theme he has been stressing recently - that government regulation often inhibits competition and causes higher prices for consumers and that reforms are needed. f 'l believe the government should intrude in the free market only when Atom Smasher Funds At Washington U. Dry ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Effective next April 30, the governments will suspend federal financing for the Washington University atom smasher, which was part of the Manhattan Project. Arthur C. Wahl, radiochemistry professor at the university and codiscov- erer of plutonium, said Thursday the contract involved $200,000 to $250,000. Money -for 1 three major nuclear research projects at the school also had been suspended. well-defined social objectives can be obtained by such intervention, or when inherent monopoly structures prevent a free competitive market system from operating," Ford said. "Government should foster rather than frustrate competition. It should seek to insure maximum freedom for private enterprise." He urged the officials to make more analyses of how much their operations, cost compared to the benefits, to try to reduce delays and to be more responsive to consumer interests. , .; Since many of-the regulatory- 1 agencies are independent of the execu-. live branch, Ford cannot give them or- • ders. He can, a : nd is expected to, ask Congress for legislation to carry out reforms. The agency representatives generally agreed their operations need im- 'provement. They said many of the causes are beyond their control, such as a workload that has increased two- to five-fold in 10 years, frequent lawsuits against them and court decisions that have expanded their responsibilities. WANT ADS LEGALS Legal Notices 232-2171 Direct Line To Classified Any Time Day Or Night DEADLINE 12 noon, day before insertion Except Monday Which is 4 p.m. Friday Journal-Standard WANT AD Hours 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday BID NOTICE On August 5,1975, the Board of Education, Dakota Community Unit Schools, District No. 201, Dakota, III., will open bids and proposals for materials, supplies and concrete contracts for the 1975-76 Building Trades Project. Bids will be opened at 8 p.m. at the Dakota High School on Au> gust 5th. The Board of Education reserves .the right to reject any or all quotations. Specifications, material lists and blueprints are available at the Superintendent's Office, Dakota Elementary Building, .'Dakota, 111. 61018. : '•' ' •'"• 7-11-12-14-31 ANNOUNCEMENTS • 4 Deaths Card Of Thanks NIESMAN - We wish to thank all our friends, relatives and neighbors for making our 50th Wedding Anniversary a big success. Also, for all gifts, flowers and cards sent to us. Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Niesman Card Of Thanks YOUTZY - We wish to thank everyone for their kindnesses and expressions of sympathy during the passing of our father. The Family Of Roy Youtzy Monuments, Cemetery Lots 9 ENGELS MONUMENT WORKS Cor. Demeter Dr. & W. Empire PHONE 232-9119 FLACHTEMEIER .Established 1874 807 S. Adams Ave. 232-2312 Personals 10 ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN! • ARE YOU PREPARED? .INSURE WITH US Western States Insurance Co. AFTER A SWIM. STOP IN At Dairy Dreem ANOTHER special for home entertainment;' Chess sets - 40% discount. C. H. Little & Co., 24 E. Stephenson. BI-CENTENNIAL Miniatures & Ribbons Dorothy's Crafts, Davis 865-5187 CLEAN, soft, r fluffy dry carpets. That's : wlidt 1 jy(jti get when you clean them ..with HOST. Rent the HOST4rrt£chine from Freeport Ceram.iq.Tile, 447 W. South St. ' " *>..% MOBILES & WIND CHIMES To catch the summer breeze Garrity Gifts f' Lincoln Mall NEED A GIFT??? We have gifts to fit every need & in every price range. CHRISTIAN SUPPLY. CENTER NO NEGATIVE?..:.No longer, a problem! We.'ll copy your polor portrait and make 3 • 5x7 color enlargements for only $4.99, or 2,- 8x10 color enlargements for $5.99. Copy negative will be returned. EtyftlERT. DRjUG CO. .... :... . . After this date, f \yill not'be responsible for debts contracted by anyone but myself. PATSY D. ENDRISS NOTICE After this date we will not be responsible for debt's contracted by anyone but ourselves. ROGER & DONNA RECOY Pregnant & Distressed? Call 232-4093 ff I help blind kids see with their finger s. I help deaf kids hear with their hands? »S .^^M^B Therapist helps blind and deaf children improve tensory perception. A health professional talks about her job: "I'm a therapist. "I love working with kids. Each one you see here is blind or deaf. "There are more than 2QO rewarding careers in the health field. Our new booklet tells all about them, For youreppy, just write to The National Health , Council, Box 40, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019." Put your talent to work in the health field. A f\«ic Swvn a 'nn Nnncaiw t T>» Advwttng Carol Personals 10 2OO way* to put • alem 10 work ftetrt PROTECT your valuables. Rent a Safe Deposit Box at State Bank for just pennies a day. Sager Tours July 15th, 1 day, Wisconsin Dells. July 19th, 9 days, Colorado & Cheyenne Rodeo. : August 1st or 15th, 3 days, Grand Ole Opera. August 4th, 5 days, Ozark Hills & Silver Dollar City. ' August 4th, 4 days, Mackinac Island & Soo Locks. 232-3128 SHOP FOR DRAPERIES in your own home. Call 233-3191 for personal service, .Weise's. THE BRIDAL REGISTRY - *** RINGERS*** On The Plaza 233-2012 Announcements 11 BAKE SALE - Sat., July 12, 9 a.m. at Lincoln Mall by Rock City Boy Scout Troop 25. Garage & Yard Sale 13 BASEMENT SALE - 1730 S. West Ave., Friday, 6 to 9. Sat. 8 to NOON. Clothes, gameVtoysi , books & misc. DRIVEWAY SALE - Friday, &., Sat., July 11 & ; 12th';'9-'6 p.nV./aT' 751 W. American. Boy's and girl's clothing; toys; misc. "•',. GARAGE SALE - MOVING, Thursday, ;Friday, July 10-11, 9 , to. 6 p.m. Robin & Glenview. Dr. Northern Hills.' Washer, dryer, dinette, set,-,cplor TV, other furniture, Fisher-Price toys and ' ga'me's, garden' Cultivator arid many misc. items. GARAGE SALE,-. Thurs.-, Friday & Sat,, tf-7. Clocks; wristwatches; old.bottles; bicycle parts; clothes,& dishes. 525 Wl Amerfcan. • y:--y ... V GARAGE ; SALE - Appliances, dishes, patterns, .clothes.. ,516 Brad Mar Dr., July 11 & 12th, 9 to 9. GARAGE SALE •Saturday, 9-? 1422 LaCresta Drive HUGE GARAGE SALE - 1% miles North of Freeport on Rt. 26 (look for sign). Fri. & Sat., 95. Family moving, % of barn full of items to be sold. Clothing for everyone; baby equipment; youth bed; toys;.records; riding fire engine; books; flower pots; artificial flowers; .bottles; small electrical appliances; jumping & children's skis; golf clubs; storms & screens; portable TV; attic fans; player piano rolls; antique sinks. PATIO SALE - ,2,044 W. Galena, Lot 16, West Town Trailer Ct. Friday & Sat., 9-9. Fishing tackle; camping items; Armstrong flute; almost everything. Make offers. PORCH SALE - Friday, 9-7; Sat., 9-3 p.m., at 728 E. Empire. Children, teen-age, girl's & adult clothing; misc. household; books & collectibles. > PORCH SALE - Friday, 2-?, Sat. 9-?. 1212 S. Maple. Clothing, sewing machine, washer, misc. 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 1260 W. Stayer, Friday & Sat., 8-5. Men & women & children's clothing; dishes; trailer hitches; crafts; misc; Automobiles For Sale 21 AUTOMOTIVE Body Repair & Repainting PERDUES 55 E. Monterey St. 232-3167 Why Go To A Little Dealer Ihms has over 100 NEW CARS and over 100 Used in stock at all times, at nothing but Big, Big, Big,. Big, BIG DISCOUNTS .... Our volume takes care of our small overhead. Also, before you buy a new or used car check the Dealer's Service Dept. IF YOU'RE Looking for satisfaction in tho Servict you got btforo and after tho salo and in the price you pay for your next car. YOU'LL GET IP DONAHUE MOTORS In Freeport, Illinois 1974 DART 4-door, 6 cylinder, 3- speed transmission, radio ............. .- ...... , ................. J2895 1974 RENAULT R12 TZ 4-door, 4 cylinder, automatic, radio . 1974 DART Custom 4-door. 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, radio ........... . .......... :$3495 1973 VEGA'2-door. 4 cylinder, 3- speed transmission, radio 1973 GREMLIN 2-door, 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, radio, air conditioner... ..... J2495 1973 FORD RANCHERO, V-B, automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, air conditioning, 12,000 milt5....J3495 1973 HORNET Sportabout wagon. E cylinder, automatic, power steering, radio, Dl package . .......... . ............................ J2895 1973 PONTIAC LeMans Sport .Coupe. V-8, automatic, power' steering, power brakes, radio, vinyl top, air conditioning. like new ........................ J3395 1972 FORD Custom 4-door. 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering ................................. }1695 1972 CHEVELLE Station Wagon. 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering ................ . ........ J1995 1972 AMC Hornet 4-door, 6 cylinder, automatic, radio.... .J1995 1972 FORD Country Squire station wagon. Automatic, power steering, power brakes, FM/AM radio, air conditioning ..:. ....... ;. ......... : ................ J2595 1972 TOYOTA 4-door, 4-speed, radio ................................. JI995 1971 DODGE Dart 4-door, 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, radio ....................... JI695 1971 CHEVELLE Malibu 2-door hardtop. V-B, automatic, power steering, radio, vinyl top........; ........................ J2095 1970 FORD Torino Station wagon. V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, air conditioning ................... (1695 1970 PLYMOUTH Fury III 2-door hardtop. Automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, air conditioning. ............. $1495 1969 DODGE Monaco station wagon. V-B, automatic, power steering, radio ............... 11095 1968 CHEVROLET Kingswood sta- tiun wagon, V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, "to .............................. SI 095 1969 FORD Torino 2-door hardtop. V-8, 4-speed, radio.; ........ J995 1969 DART Custom 4-door. 6 cylinder, automatic, radii. ,J1 295 1971 DODGE B-300 Window Van V-8, standard transmission. .... ...... . ........................... $2095 SM Thm Fin* Can At Ow MAIN A ADAMS LOT DONAHUE MOTORS WE LEASE A RENT CARS American motors Dodge Open, Saturday Till S Monday I Friday THI 9 TUM., Wtd. « Thqrs. Till 5:30 In Downtown Frieport NEW, Spring-Van lur.n, 233-1517 USED, Main ol Adams, $32-7412

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