Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 17, 1975 · Page 3
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 3

Freeport, Illinois
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Thursday, July 17, 1975
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STATEWIDE HATCHERY SCHEMTIC Consofvotion Freeport (III,) Journal-Standard, Thursday, Julyul 7, 1975 Page 3 Milledgeville Board OKs ~ Vacating Subdivision Road A $10 MILLION STATE FISH HATCHERY, which will be one of the most tech?™ g ,1 ly advanced facilities of Its kind in the world when it is completed in 1979, will be built on»a 160-acre site owned by the Illinois Department of Conservation about 10 miles east of Morton along the Mackinaw River in Tazewell County. The site was selected because of its location in the central part of the state near a sufficient fresh water supply. The new hatchery will be the first to combine production capabilities for warm and cold water fish species. Salmon- ids, pike, bass, sunfish and catfish will be among the main species to be raised. The hatchery is designed to save energy with the water heated partly by solar energy through use of a specially designed exterior pond. The state has two small outdated fish hatcheries which will eventually be phased out of operation. fWarren School | Scheduled For |-. WARREN-The Warren School |$oard Monday night approved a i'pudget hearing for the Sept. 8 board 4 theeting. j Because of recent state legislation, . Supt. Marlin Meyer told the board, i deficits .of $22,000 in the educational j fund and $23,000 in the building fund, {listed in his tentative budget, will be > lowered to less than $20,000 each. ; Principal Robert Knautz reported j-Jhe regional superintendent's office informed him that the Jo Daviess-Cars roll Vocational Center has hired John |C. Martin of Madison, Wis., as the new * director. * • Ralph Homb was hired as a Warren iJSchool custodian at $2.80 per hour. His \ hours will be from 2 p.m. to midnight : and he will begin his duties on Aug. 1. j The board denied an exemption from •tuition for a Gratiot, Wis., student. » The hiring of a kindergarten 'teacher's aide was approved. The pay '..will be $2.50 per hour for an eight-hour The aide must have 30 hours of ; college credit to receive certification, s the board said. There are 63 kindergarten ppupUs in the school system, Me- •yer said. j| l The board agreed to hire a janitorial 8 Budget Hearing Sept. 8 Meeting consultant for a one-day workshop at a cost of up to $100 for the day. Meyer said janitors will be shown improved cleaning methods. The board approved blacktopping^a play area at the Apple River School. R. E. Cox bid the job at $5.75 per square yard for a total cost of approximately $1,500. Bids for bread from Trausch Bakery and for milk from Grimm's Dairy were approved. Book rentals were increased from $2.75 to $3.50 per credit for high school and raised by $1 from last year for grade school. Kindergarten book rental will be $6, first grade, $12, grades two and three, $11, and from four to eight, $10. A secretary will be hired for Apple River School. She will work 35 hours per week and will be paid $2.20 per hour. She will work only on school days. , •<•" ' "" Norman Bohnsack and Sheldon SaJ-. binson were assigned to teach health education and consumer's education in junior high school as well as in high school next year. They also teach drivers education in the high school. Moore Returns To Area ^Criminal Justice Commission : DIXON - John P. Moore, Mount Morris, began his duties as regional training coordinator for the Northwest Illinois. Criminal Justice Commission on Monday according to Eugene C. Smith, regional director. ; Moore served as co-director of the • region from 1969 to 1973 and has been serving as administrative assistant to the sheriff of Ogle County for the past two years. t? As regional training coordinator, Moore will be responsible for developing training programs for police offi- i.cers, judges, state's attorneys, proba- •ition officers, and others in the criminal J justice field. j He will also coordinate the regional film library which has over 20 training films available to departments in the seven counties in the region. Smith said the new training coordinator's position, funded by a grant from -the Illinois Law Enforcement Commission, will greatly expand the training programs that have been made available by the commission. The Illinois Law Enforcement Commission (ILEG) is the state agency authorized to distribute state and federal funds to local units of government and private agencies for crime control programs. ILEC has awarded more than $1 million to the seven counties served by the Northwest Illinois Criminal Justice Commission. BSH2 SAVE 20% TO 50% ON BOWMANS FAMQUS_BRAND FINAL 3 DAYS — THURSDAY, FRIDAY TO 9, & SATURDAY! MEN'S SHOES SIZES 6ft TO 14 WOMEN'S SHOES SIZES 4 TO 11 FLORSHEIM ROBLEE ' PEDWIN DEXTER CLARKS 15*1.27" MEN'S SHOES MOST STYLES REG. $18 TO $28 9 s2 «14 s RED CROSS X SHQES COBBIES LIFE STRIDE AIR STEP SELBY WOMEN'S SPORT SHOES & CASUALS MOST STYLES REG. $16 TO $25 8PM1' MEN'S CANVAS SHOES & SANDALS MOST STYLES R€G. $11.50 TO $241 WOMEN'S SANDALS & CANVAS SHOES MOST STYLES REG. $12 TO $21 1900 11 W. STEPHENSON • FREEPORT • 232-7615 Matter Charge • Bank Americard • La/away Journalism Institute LANARK-Renee Strohecker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman of Lanark, is attending the National High School Institute for Journalism Division of Northwestern University, Evanston. Renee will be a senior at Lanark High School. Jo Daviess Airlift The 23rd annual Jo Daviess conservation airlift drew 529 persons: 414 adults and 115 children. Thirteen planes were used in the Sunday event. WANT ADS - Will help you find a new car and a buyer for the old one... Call 232-2171. MILLEDGEVILLE - Milledgeville Village Board this week passed an ordinance vacat|ng : a 60-foot roadway at the west edge of the village limits in Greentop Acres subdivision. The board authorized Willett, Hofmann & Associates of.Dixon, an engineering firm, to make a study and cost estimate for a sewage pumping station in the northwest area of the village. A representative of the firm suggested two different plans, one to cost approximately $15,000 and the other about $30,000, depending, on the number of homes to be served. The figures will be ready to present at the Aug. 18 board meeting. Board member? were giveq copies of the revised ordinance and reference report for industrial cost recovery for study, and were told that another federal grant amounting to 10 per cent of the cost is available when it is passed. The board is expected to act on the re- Idaho Man Ordered To Write Definition Of Twilight Zone' BOISE, Idaho (UPI) - James L. Zimmerman, 18, has been' ordered to write 100 times the definition .of the "twilight zone" between adolescence and manhood. Zimmerman was charged with drinking beer while a minor. Nineteen is the legal drinking age in Idaho. Judge Alan M. Schwartzman told the young man he would impose a "creative alternative" to the usual $25 fine. It was write 100 times: "Too old to be a juvenile, too young to drink. I am in the twilight zone." , vised ordinance at next Monday night's meeting. Raymond Davis of Rockford presented an application for Rock Valley Cablevision for a 15-year franchise. The board took the matter under study. The firm already has been franchised in a number of neighboring towns, and the company hopes to start construction late this year. Davis said that cost to users would be $6.95 per month, plus $2 for a second television set hookup. Installation fee will be $25. The village would benefit, Davis said, by receiving three per cent >of the gross revenue. Between 65 and 85 per cent of the homes will subscribe, Davis estimated. Complaints were heard on weeds, garbage, odor from rabbit hutches and burning in the village. According to the new revised open-burning law, only leaves, twigs and lawn clippings may be burned. The village will request that the Burlington-Northern Railroad repair the crossing and walk on Main Avenue. Actor Has Right Ankle Broken When Horse Steps On His Foot HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Actor William Shatner broke his right ankle while filming an episode for the television series "Barbary Coast." A horse stepped on his foot. Paramount Studios said Wednesday the incident occurred Tuesday night and is expected to keep him off his feet for about two weeks. Shatner formerly starred in the "Star Trek" TV series. REPORT OF CONDITION OF STATE BANK OF FREEPORT of Freeport, Illinois at the close of business June 30, 1975. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of the District. ASSETS Cash and due from banks ; ...... U.S. Treasury securities > Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations , Obligations of States and political subdivisions :....'. Other securities (including $90,000.00 corporate stocks) Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Other loans ....;, Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises.. Other assets. TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations , Deposits of United States Government ; Deposits of States and political subdivisions Deposits of commercial banks.: .' Certified and officers' checks, etc „.... TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES ' (a) Total demand deposits .$24,413,891.91 (b) Total time and savings deposits ,. ....$43,962,794.76 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase Other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES '. "!!""...!!!! RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures 71/2% d ue 12/31/75 .8% due 12/31/80 8'/4% due 12/31/85 EQUITY CAPITAL, TOTAL Common stock, total par value (No. shares authorized 120,000) (No. shares outstanding 120,000) Surplus : Undivided profits , TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............".................."!! TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS........................."................... $13,802,128.81 9,017,924.78 4,652,604.82 9,673,513.21 1,799,116.50 5,000,000.00 37,230,241.41 ... 3,724,J,27.83 1,053,193.66 $85,952,851.02 $13,578,600.43 42,569,179.56 107,271.11 3,842,923.38 7,790,828.16 "' 487,884.03 $68,376,686.67 8,784,037.00 1,568,630.76 $78,729,354.43 476,507.22 476,507.22 451,000.00 1,007,000.00 939,000.00 $ 4,349,989.37 1,200,000.00 1,800,000.00 1,349,989.37 $ 6,746,989.37 $85,952,851.02 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 68,524,679.70 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 37,134,928.15 i . ' I, W. W. Wheat, Vice President, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. W. Wheat We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Donald E. Jepsen, Donald H. Opel, Vale W. Nortridge, Directors State of Illinois, County of Stephenson ss-. Sworn to and subscribed before me rhis 7th day of July, 1975. Jean Casselman, Notary Public OFFICERS VALE W. NORTRIDGE President RICHARD A. MILLER Executive Vice President Commercial Banking ROBERT R. VINSON Senior Vice President GERALD D. FOX Vice President & Secretary ERVIN W. BERG Vice President DAN F. HEINE Assistant Vice President TON? R. SCIUTTO Commercial Loan Officer Personal Banking JAMES P. VIRTUE Vice President WILLIAM B. MISNER Vice President LARRY K. KRELL Consumer Loan Officer E. L. REEL Consumer Loan Officer Trust DAVID R. KRUMREI | Trust Officer JOHN R. GELWICKS Trust Officer MILO I. GOLDHAGEN Assistant Trust Officer Data Processing DONALD E. ISAAC Vice President JAMES W. ATEN Automation Officer JOSE A. BARDELAS Automation Officer RODOLFO C. DIAZ Systems Officer Administration W. W. WHEAT Vice President •& Controller MARY E. OSTERBURG Auditor KATHLEEN M. HAWLEY Marketing Officer Operations DAVID A. STEARNS Cashier CHESTER A. MARCUM Assistant Cashier JOANN B. JACOBS Assistant Cashier EDVVARD E. STUKENBERG Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS JOEL P. ANTRIM Rancher L. EDWARD BECKMIRE Attorney At Law • CHARLES M. FISH Insurance CHARLES W. FURST Chairman Of The Board Furst-McNess Company DONALD E. JEPSEN Union Dairy Farms JAMES S. LOCKE Senior Vice Presiden! Micro Switch, A Division Of Honeywell RICHARD A. MILLER Executive Vice President VALE W, NORTRIDGE President DONALD H, OPEL Wagner Printing Company JOHN S.,SECKER Vice President and General Manager of Micro <Switch, A Division of Honeywell BERT P. SNOW Attorney At Law ROBERT R. VINSON , Senior Vice President HONORARY DIRECTORS L. F. JUNGKUNZ WILLIAM A. SEELY STATE BANK ofFREEPORT State Bank Center Telephone 233-5151 Member FDIC

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