higher; heifers 50-1.00 higher; high choice and prime steers 56.50; choice and prime 55.00-56.00; choice 50.0055.00; good and choice 46.00-51.50; good 40.00-46.00; choice and prime heifers 50.00-50.75; choice 47.75-50.25; good and choice 41.00-47.75; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 1,200; 1.00 higher; No 12 200-240 Ib 58.50-59.00; No 1-3 200-250 Ib 58.0058.50; No 2-3 250-270 Ib 57.00-58.00; No 34 270-295 Ib 56.00-57.00. Thursday estimated receipts: 25 cattle, 1,000 hogs. CHICAGO (UPI) - Chicago carlot meat trade: Beef trade fair; no sales in choice steer beef; choice heifer beef steady; good steer beef 50-1.50 higher; 600-800 Ib good steer beef 78.25; 500-700 Ib choice heifer beef 85.50. Pork trade moderate; fresh pork loins 14-17 Ib 103.00 50 higher in limited trade; skinned hams 14-17 Ib 82.7583.75; frozen 14-17 Ib 82.25 1.25 higher; load 14-17 Ib export 85.25; limited sales seedless bellies 14-16 Ib 89.50; 16-18 Ib 87.00; 18-20 Ib 82.75, all unestablished. Grain Page J 2 Freeport (111.) Journal-Standard. Wednesday. July 16, 1975 Stock Market Report NEW YORK (UPI) - Fighting profit taking pressures, the stock market moved higher today on the strength of economic recovery news. Trading on the New York Stock Exchange was active. Shortly before noon EDT, the Dow Jones industrial average was ahead 2.34 points to 884.15. It reached its highest level in nearly 16 months Tuesday with a 5.95-point gain. Of the 1,650 issues crossing the tape, 711 advanced, 482 declined and 457 remained unchanged, indicating some investor uncertainty. Volume at noon amounted to 11,080,000 shares, compared with 11,970,000 traded during the same period Tuesday. The NYSE high-speed transaction ticker ran two minutes late at times. The profit taking pressure was . present because the market has risen to such a high level. Wall Street ha's been encouraged by evidence the recession has ended and a recovery process has begun. Industrial production has climbed following a record inventory liquidation. Personal income, boosted by a special Social Security benefit, rose a record $30.6 billion in June, so there's plenty of money to be spent. Motorola lost 1% to 52% after reporting its third quarter earnings skidded to 42 cents a share from 90 cents a year ago. Mesta Machine, forced to cut its dividend to 20 cents a share from 30 cents, lost 1/4 to 19^. Citicorp led the Big Board actives, up & to 36% on 161,600 shares. American Home Products followed, off 14 to 3814 on 112,600 shares. Levitz Furniture was third, off % to 6%. Allied Chemical gained 1% to 39^ and Getty Oil 1% to 194. They were partipants in an oil find off Spain. Other oils, energy and related issues were mixed. Prices were higher in active trading on the American Stock Exchange. International Banknote led the AMEX actives, off y 4 to 1% on 22,500' shares. Craig Corp. followed, up 1 to 4% on 19,800 shares. National Patent was ' third, unchangad at 14% on 18,500 shares. 11 A.M. Quotes Courtesy of Edward D. Jones & Co. 11 N. Van Burcn Ave. Telephone 233-1118 » Record Deaths And Funerals 6y 8 507/ 8 American Motors Corp AT&T Chrysler Corp Colt Industries, Inc ........................ 3iy 8 Commonwealth Edison ..................... 28 Commonwealth 'PFD ................ ;....18^ Crum Forster ......... bid 23% asked 24% Exxon Corp ......... . ......................... 91% Ford Motor Co .......... ........................ 42 General Electric Co ....................... 50^ General Foods Corp ....................... 26% General Motors ............................. 531^ Goodyear ...................................... 20^ Gould Inc ................................. .....28% Holiday Inns ...... ............................ 141^ Honeywell Inc ............................... 3514 Household Finance Corp ................ 16% IBM ............................................. 206% International Harvester .................... 28 3MCo ............................................ 61% Newell Companies ....bid 714 asked 7% Northwestern Steel&Wire ....... 41U RCA.... ............................................. 21 Sears. ............................................ 69% Sundstrand Corp ............................ 26% Texaco, Inc ................................. 28% U.S. Steel Corp .............................. 61% Westinghouse Electric Corp ........... 19% Woolworth Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest gradable nest-run eggs: Steady; prices unch; large 42; medium 33; small 26; breaking 37; checks 31. Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 2,000; steers 50-1.00 higher; heifers 50 higher; choice steers 47.5054.00; good and choice 45.00-50.00; good 41.00-45.00; choice and prime heifers 49.00-50.00, few 51.00; choice 44.0049.00; good and choice 42.00-47.50; good 33.00-42.00. Hogs 3,200; 1.00 higher; No 12 200-240 Ib 58.50-59.00; No 1-3 200-250 Ib 58.0058.50; No 2-3 250-270 Ib 57.00-58.00; No 34 270-300 Ib 55.00-57.00. JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 3,000; choice and prime steers 1.00-1.50 higher, good steady to 1.00 Weather NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS Fair to partly cloudy and warmer tonight. Mostly sunny and hot Thursday. Low tonight in the upper 60s. High Thursday in the low or mid 90s. CHICAGO (UPI) - Weather: Extended Forecast: Illinois: Fair Friday. Partly cloudy with chance of some showers or thunderstorms Saturday. Fair again Sunday. Very warm Friday through Sunday. Highs mid 80s to low 90s. Lows mid 60s to low 70s. Official 7 a.m. Freeport weather readings are taken at the city's wastewater treat- Z n ii p H ant , 0 £, South Ha nc«H:k Avenue for the National Weather Service.) TEMPERATURE Unofficial noon temperature 84 Past 24 hours: high 87, low 66 Year ago today: high 86, low 59 Records for date: high 100, low 43 PRECIPITATION Past 24 hours o inches Month to date 1.06 inches Normal for July 5.34 inches Year to date 17.20 inches Normal to Aug. 1, 24.05 inches Sunrise, 5:34 a.m. Sunset, 8:31 p.m. CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat was substantially higher; corn irregularly higher and soybeans irregularly lower at noon today on the Board of Trade Wheat Jly 3.62 up 3 Sep 3.68^ up 7 Dec 3.80^ up, 3% Corn Jly 3.01 up 6 Sep 2.761/4 up % Dec 2.6414 up % Soybeans Jly 5.66 unch , Aug 5.55 unch Sep 5.52 off 2 'Cannonball' Adderly Listed As Critical In Gary Hospital GARY, Ind. (UPI) - Jazzman Julian Cannonball" Adderly's condition slipped from stable to critical today. Adderly was admitted to St. Mary Mercy Medical Center late Sunday after suffering a stroke that involved his brain's speech center and paralyzed his right side, Dr. A.S. Williams, the attending physician, said. The doctor described the condition as a "massive cerebral vascular accident." He said mechanical devices were being used to maintain the breathing of the saxophonist. Williams said Adderly has a history of high blood pressure. His wife was with him. Officials said Adderly stopped at Gary en route to a nightclub date in Indianapolis, where his six-member combo was to have played for a week starting Monday. Mayor Richard Hatcher was among a group of friends who brought Adderly to the hospital. Former Sen. Harris Says America Must Put Jobless To Work CONCORD, N.H. (UPI) - Former Sen. Fred Harris, of Oklahoma, says America must put its jobless back to work - helping the unemployed the same way veterans were trained and educated following World War II. Americans have a right to a job, the Democratic presidential aspirant told' a group of potential supporters in a private home in the state's capital city Tuesday. Harris, a candidate in New Hampshire's presidential primary, said he would "declare every man, woman band child in America a veteran of World War II." "We should invest in human beings without going through the misery of war," he said. Singer Marvin Gaye Agrees To Pay His Estranged Wife Support LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Soul singer Marvin Gaye has agreed to pay his estranged wife $9,000 temporary support for her and their son pending a trial to settle their dispute over community property. Gaye, 36, is one of the top gold- record makers of the "Motown sound." His hits include "I Heard It Through the Grapevine." Anna Gaye, 51, filed suit in March to end their 14-year-old marriage. She maintained Gaye has assets of more than %\ million. Gaye, who agreed to the temporary settlement Tuesday, estimated his current monthly income at $20,000, but said he has expenses of $16,000 a month and owes $165,000 in back taxes. A trial is pending to settle division of community property including two homes in Detroit, one in Los Angeles and future income from Gaye's records and sonp writing. 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. Accidents Waltressa L. Burrows, Warren, backed her car from a parking spot in the Lincoln Mall Tuesday evening and hit a passing auto driven by Ruhije Na- zifi, 219 W. Empire St. A car driven by Randall Kaiser, 1716 S. West Ave., hit the rear of a car driven by Joseph M. Sherman, Rockford, at S. West Ave. and Jefferson Drive Tuesday afternoon. Man Sets Himself On Fire In Restroom Of Airborne Plane JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPI) - A bearded Miami man returning from his aunt's funeral in Philadelphia set fire to himself in a restroom aboard a National Airlines DC10 Tuesday night, killing himself and forcing the plane to make an emergency landing. Police said Anthony George Townsend, 23, Miami, entered the restroom about 10:25 p.m., about 55 minutes after night 1601 departed New York's Kennedy Airport for Miami. About 20 minutes later, a stewardess, apparently alarmed by a flash of light from the restroom, discovered the fire and found Townsend's body on the floor of the charred restroom. Police said no suicide note was found. Ruth L. heuber, rural Ridott, was the driver of a car which hit a parked auto owned by Charles E. Castle, 212 S. Cherry Ave., as it was parked on South Walnut Avenue north of West Avon Street Tuesday afternoon. As Robert E. Abersold, 202 1/2 W. Main St., drove his car from a parking spot near his home Tuesday morning, he collided with a passing auto driven by Beryl V. Webb, 3207 W. Stephenson St. Thefts Scott Gray, 730 S. Harlem Ave., told police someone took his $60 bicycle from his backyard Tuesday afternoon. The 20-inch Coast to Coast red one- speed bike was not locked, police said. Break-Ins Someone broke two windows and tried to pry the door open at Stone's Hallmark, 14 W. Stephenson St. Monday night. No entry was made. Arrests Everett Washington, Maywood, was arrested there Tuesday night on a warrant charging him with the theft of $11.47 worth of merchandise from Eagle Food Store here. He was remanded to jail after an appearence in Circuit Court for lack of $1,000 bond. Bankruptcies James R. and Dora J. Ebens, Dixon, filed separate bankruptcy petitions in Federal Court here. He alleged liabilities of $23,87D.99 and assets of $17,420.50 and is employed by Bogotts. She alleged liabilities of $24,748.99 and assets of $17,170.50 and is employed by Avon Products Inc. Orville O'Hara Orville W. O'Hara of 231 N. Greenfield Drive died Tuesday evening in Freeport Memorial Hospital after an extended illness. '. He was a retired president of Peter Paul Office Equipment Co. in Chicago. He was a member of Faith United Methodist Church and a past master of AF & AM Home Lodge of Chicago. Born May 6,1902, in Chicago, he was the son of Walter and Emma (Fabing) O'Hara. He married Ruth Link Aug 10, 1957, in Chicago. The only immediate survivor is his widow. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Friday in Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home. The Rev. Larry Thompson, associate pastor of Faith United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established for the church. John H. Moser GALENA-John H. Moser of Galena, a former Chicago resident, died Tuesday in Hazel Green (Wis.) Hospital. Born Aug. 10,1901, in Galena, he was the son of Edgar and Louise (Bauer) Moser. Surviving are a son, Clifford of Galena; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Snyder of Chicago; three brothers, Edgar of Florida and Fred and Philip, both of Galena; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his wife, Juneva. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in. Steinke Funeral Home Senate Approves Legislation To Hike Gas Mileage On Cars WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Senate has approved legislation that would force the auto industry to build cars by 1985 that get at least double the miles per gallon of 1974 models. The bill passed Tuesday on a 63 to 21 vote would order the Transportation Department to set minimum fuel efficiency standards each year, beginning with 1977 models. They would be geared to reaching at least a 50 per cent improvement over 1974 models by 1980 and at least 100 per cent by 1985 about 28 miles per gallon. The House voted a similar goal for mileage standards earlier this year as part of a comprehensive energy package. Legendary Colonel Sanders Visiting Freeport Next Week Business Briefs Royce McNett, owner of Ram's Originals, 1322. S...Harlem Ave., won a red ribbon in the watersoluble category of the Idea Fair held in conjunction with the third annual convention/ trade show of the PlasterCraft Association at Chicago. His winning entry 'Birdbath in Marble" was an example of finishing which requires no firing. Lee D. Weckerly, Freeport agent for Mutual of Omaha and United of Omaha, recently attended the firms' field management institute at the home office in Omaha, Neb. . The man who made "finger lickin' good" a nationally-recognized phrase will be making his first visit to Freeport next Wednesday. Colonei Harland Sanders, founder of Kentucy Fried Chicken, will be in town to present the RFC White Glove award to the Freeport restaurant, located at 1212 W. Galena Ave. The award was established in April by KFC as part of a nationwide cleanliness and sanitation campaign. Now 84 years old, Col. Sanders will make the presentation at a closed breakfast in Jacks Restaurant and Lounge in the State Bank Center. Receiving the award will be Lyle King, president of KFC of Freeport, Inc., and manager Roy Fried. The Colonel may appear at the store around 10 a.m., but he is tin a tight schedule, King'said. A legendary figure in the fast food business, Sanders established his first Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet in Corbin, Ky., about 20 years ago. There are now more than 4,000 franchises and company-owned stores in the nation. To get the White Glove award, a KFC store must undergo two rigid sanitation inspections, at least 60 days apart, and achieve at least a 95 per cent rating, according to KFC president James H. Wille. Then, samples of its chicken and salads are chemically analyzed to determine microbiological content. Testing is done by an independent laboratory. The store must receive an "outstanding" rating to pass. KFC expects that about 150 stores will have qualified for the award by the end of 1975. Those invited to the award ceremony next Wednesday include Mayor COLONEL HARLAND SANDERS Mark McLeRoy; Arlo J. Anderson, Stephenson County health commissioner; Hugh Grow, manager of the Freeport Chamber of Commerce, and all employees of the Freeport KFC restaurant. South Side Shopping Center Tract On The Selling Block New York dfiVfilnners whn hnuo <ocn nnn n.« «„, * u i_.'.- _ ., r> i_. . __ New York developers who^ planned for almost four years to* build a shopping center on a 24-acre tract of land on Freeport's south side have put the land up for sale. The prime tract of vacant land at the southwest corner of Illinois 26 and West South Street (the Beltline) is owned by R & K Associates, Inc., New York, City, a third party (nominee) representing Kenilworth Associates and Walter Samuels. An attorney for R & K Associates, Stephen Munzer, said today the move to sell came because the prospective tenants in the proposed center are "not interested in moving rapidly." The land was acquired by R & K in January 1974 after options were taken some time earlier and rezoning had been accomplished. Munzer said the land is priced at Now You Know By United Press International Left-handedness in the United States occurs at a rate ranging from one in 18 to pne_inJ4 children. $280,000, the amount paid by~K & K. "We might come down a little, but we wouldn't want to take a loss," Munzer said. Notification to put the land on the selling block was given to realtor Kenneth Rodermel, local agent for R & K, in late spring. Rodermel said today that there have been no offers to date. The proposed shopping center would have included a department store, supermarket, drug store and satellite shops. .At one time K-Mart was thought to be the major tenant. The project was first announced in September 1971. Spokesmen for the developers subsequently blamed delays on negotiating problems with future tenants and the high interest rates for financing commercial developments. Rodermel said he hopes some buyer does materialize to put the tract into a shopping center. "K-Mart is still interested in Freeport, but hasn't done anything," Rodermel said. "The land is zoned for a shopping center." . Some observers have wondered how another shopping center would fare on the south side, since two now exist immediately north of the proposed site. The Eagle supermarket-May Drugs complex is located on the east side of West Avenue and the former Arlans shopping center is located on the west side. More than half of the Arlans center is presently vacant, although one large chain has shown an interest in the former Arlan space. •here. Graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in Memorial Park Cemetery, Skokie. Friends may call today at the funeral home. Patrick Stevenson DURAND-Patrick Francis Stevenson, 64, of 2044 Douglas Street, Rockford, died at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday in Swedish-American Hospital in Rockford. He is survived by his widwow, Marie (Dollie);. two sons, Michael.of California and Neal of Rockford; and a sister, Mrs/Joseph (Lorraine) Greco of Rockford. Funeral services will be Saturday morning at 9:30 in McCorkle Funeral • Home in Durand and at 10 in, St. Mary's Catholic Church in Durand, with the Rev. Al Neumann officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call after 8 a.m. Saturday until service time at the funeral home. Jack C. Eckburg LAN ARK-Jack C. Eckburg of Lanark, a supervisor foreman for Commonwealth Edison Co. in Sterling, died this morning in Freeport Memorial Hospital after an apparent heart attack. . :• A member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, he had been employed by Commonwealth' Edison 30 years. He was a member of the Lanark Fire Department 18 years and a member of the Illinois Fire Protection Association. A veteran of World War II, he was a member of Freeport Veterans of. Foreign Wars and Polo American Legion. He also was a 32nd Degree Mason, a member of Tebala Shrine and a member of Amboy United Methodist Church. Born Dec. 21,1922, in Amboy, he was the son of Oliver N. and Myrtle (Virgil) Eckburg. He married Mary Lou Rapp Dec. 29, 1945, in Sublette. The couple moved to Lanark in 1957. Surviving are his widow; four sons, John and James, both of Lanark, Michael of Iowa City, Iowa, and Patrick, at home; a daughter, Jeannine, at home; his mother of'Amboy. Also/three brothers, Blair of Ashton, Donald of Golden, Colo., and Richard of Naperville; and two sisters, Mrs. William (Doris) Thompson of Arlington Heights and Mrs. Charles (Midge) Ramsey of' Broken Arrow, Okla. He was preceded in death by his father. Funeral arrangements are being completed at Frank Funeral Home here. Mrs. John Sturtevant SHANNON-Mrs. John Sturtevant, Shannon, died this morning in Freeport Manor Nursing Home. Funeral arrangements are pending at Scharman Funeral Home here. FUNERAL DIRECTORY BURKE-TUBBS FUNERAL HOME Cor. N. Walnut and W. Galena Phone 232-0613 FRIDAY O'HARA, Orville Walter; 1 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. A memorial has been established In his memory for the Faith United Methodist Church. SCHWARZ FUNERAL HOME 816 South Galena Avenue Phone 232-9017 G. T. Schwarz, W. R. Cramer WALKER MORTUARY 321 West Main Street Phone 232-2136 THURSDAY UTT, Richard; 3 p.m. at the Mortuacy. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Wednesday. GERMANIA CLUB 115-117 E. Main 232-1119 DAIRY DREEM — SOUTH — 1428 S. Galena'Ave. — WEST — 1260 W. Galena Ave. Open Mon., July 21 _ For Noon Lunch Thurs., July 24 Men's Guest Stag Chicken, Steak, Prime Rib Special Roast Round of Beef Reservations "PARFAIT" In a tall dish we put a squirt of chocolate, a serving of ice cream, another squirt of chocolate, a serving of ice cream, a squirt of pineapple, ice cream again, a squirt of strawberry, yet another serving of ice 'cream deliciously topped with whipped cream and a cherry. How can you resist? OLD TIME THRESHING SHOW 12 HORSE POWER THRESHING GAS ENGINES ANTIQUE CARS OLD-TIME FARM & HOME DISPLAYS ft DEMONSTRATIONS STEAM AND GAS ENGINES HORSES FLEA MARKET NARRATED PARADE OF EQUIPMENT - 1:30 P.M. - i JULY 25 - 26 - 27 Fairgrounds, Freeport, III. Spons. by Stephenson Co. Antique Engine Club, Freeport, III. TEN GIANT STEAMERS working on saw mill, baker fan and threshing — shingle mill — stave mill — flour mill — stone crusher — 60 H.P. Fairbanks 1 cyl, Diesel Engine — blacksmith shop — antique farm machinery — baling — cars — carriages — teams of horses and horse-drawn equipment — steam and gas engines — early gas trac- HORSE-POWER THRESHING! 12 matched Belgian Draft Horses from Ropp's Horse Farm, Hillsdale, III. ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULLING DEMONSTRATION (pre-1940 tractors) Fri., Eve., July 25 — 7 P.M. Exhibit building packed with EARLY AMERICANA Farm and Home Antique Displays. Spinning, weaving, quilting, chair caning, much more. Old-time Talent Show — Sat., July 26, 7:30 P.M. Dick Greene, WFRL, Emcee. Gates open 9:00 A.M. daily — $1.50 adult, under f . 12 free — Sunday Church Services, 8:00-Catholic; 9:00-Protestant.- Hot noon meal — Top Hat Catering — Refreshments available.
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