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July 3, 1968

Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 4

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Lanark Seeks Parent Help On Vandalism Elizabeth Centennial Pageant Set For Friday, Saturday ELIZABETH - With a cast of more than 70, the official cover the World Wars, the de-: pression and end with a look' cil Tuesday night requested_ that -"6nTy in Elizabeth.""wilfbrpre- Writer. Director i parents take the responsibility sen ted on an outdoor stage Fri-j The production was written by; to help eliminate acts of vandal- day and Saturday in West Side Roy Armitage and directed by; LANARK-Lanark City Coun- E i iza beth centennial pageant, Everette M. Lunning Jr. ism to the city park and the p ar k h cre public rest-rooms located there j Curtaintime for the two . hour It was reported that there had jperformance is 8:30 p.m. Sun-1 be Joan Buyers, Thomas Virtue, C'obinc. Joel Colcman, Cletus R. Davve. James Dittmar. Ward G. Dittmar. Glenn Droegmiller. Steve hhrlcr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hickman. Roper Klckman. Also. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ertmer, Mr. students, Sf a f e Wafer fioard Approves Penalty Against Area Firm SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) The Illinois Sanitary Water resignation. The Houghtons have!Board Tuesday approved penal- It wo sons and a daughter. Thejties of $900 against the Mount Superintendent said he appreci- Vernon Water and Sewer Corp., FORRESTON — The resigna-ated the support the community East Dubuque and of $1100 tion of Supt. Clifton Houghton ef-jhas given the school. against the Rock Grove Cheese fective July 8 was accepted byj The board will begin inter- Forreston Grade School Head Resigns approximately 3,000 and 120 teachers. During his tenure at Forreston, a referendum for the grade school was passed last spring. | Mrs. Houghton, a first grade i teacher here, also submitted her i radc sch ° o1 board of edllca - j viewing applicants at The end of Narrators for the pageant will ^ E Fi."he'f. Sc p"ui E ^zpatrickilTuesday ,V mer anr Evc'rsoii. dais Evcrsoii. tion here at a special meeting t n j s week. been considerable damage to the j day j s being reserved as a rest-room lights and plumbing ! date " •rain!Albert E. McKillips, Mrs. Lawrence W. Mitchell and the Rev. during recent weeks. The coun- ~"r ne pageant will unfold in Robert Jackson, cil said it did not want to close jthree time segments. The first : ^ n Elizabeth band will pro- the rest-rooms and have thei w jij present the struggles with^ v ' de mus ' c f° r " le many songs public obtain a key when using! the ]and and witn the i nc jj ans ;and dance numbers, as that would be too inconveni- j( w jjj f ocus on ^ battle with 1 Tickets, available from local Chief Black Hawk at the Apple ibusinessplaces and at the gate, ent. In other business it was reported that a letter from Leonard Arnold, city engineer, stated that a project to improve West River Fort. Carroll Street for three blocks!Days." west of Broad Street has been approved by the state depart-j ment of public works. i It was decided to revise the) wording on permits for digging for water and sewer lines. The wording is to clarify what is expected of property owners and what owners can expect from the city. The second section stretches: basis, from the Civil War to the 1910s and is entitled "The Good Old iare being sold on a first-come The final portion will Cast Members Members of the cast include: Brad Albrecht, Bruce Albrecht, Kathleen Albrecht, David Bishop. It was announced that the rest of the city band concerts for the summer will be held on West Locust Street, just off Broad, instead of on Broad as in the past. It was reported that the move was made to provide more room for people to listen to the concerts and to remove the band from the noisy truck traffic on Broad. An offer by Engineering Graphics of Morrison to bring the city's water and sewer maps Freeport Area Briefs Discharged From Army! attended the cheerleading camp * ' jat the University of Illinois and EGAN — Ronald Buttel, sonjplaced third in the final com- of Mr. and Mrs. Edward But-;petition. tel of Egan, returned home from \ a year's duty in Vietnam andi/nsurance Conference jhas received a discharge fromj up-to-date at was tabled. a cost of $1,659 Milledgeville Cleans Up After Storm MILLEDGEVILLE— Approximately 60 men and boys including citizens, firemen, and fanners, turned out to help clean Saturday's storm debris from Milledgeville streets and property, it was reported at the village council •Monday night. meeting held The clean-up began Saturday afternoon and will take the remainder of the week according to Dale Wachlin, superintendent of streets. The board decided to look into the securing of an auxiliary generator. This is believed necessary because the city was without a pump from 8 a.m. to after Saturday's the water supply 2:30 p.m. storm, and was running dangerously low. New Building The council voted that construction begin soon on the 22 by 30-foot building on the sewage disposal property. Steel for the building will cost just under $1,000 and will be supplied by the army. Class Of 1978 STOCKTON - Harold A. Gutz- jmer of Stockton, district agent, ! has returned from Lutheran Mu- Jtual Life Insurance Co.'s three- Manor. ELIZABETH—Elizabeth High i day mideast regional convention School Class of 1918 will have!'" Des Paines. its 50th anniversary reunion at -. ,, _ 7 tonight at Terrapin Ridge CarrO// Farmers MOUNT CARROLL - Carroll County Farm Couples Club annual family picnic will be at 7 p.m. Friday at Point Rock Park here. All farm families in the county may attend. Dakota Sets Sewer Link Deadline DAKOTA — Dakota Village Board Monday night set a Nov. 1 deadline for residents to hook onto the village's new sewage system. The first bills for the new service have been mailed and the trustees adopted the following billing procedure: full monthly charge, $5.25, for sewer hook-up made by the fifth of the month; half the monthly charge for connecting between :he fifth and sixteenth; and no billing for hook-ups after the sixteenth. The committee appointed to study individual sewer problems met this week with George Wolf, engineer representative for the project. The general contractor, Free- aort Blacktop Construction Co., Tuesday began blacktopping fioles in the roads caused by the laying of the sewer lines. Clarence Hodgson, village president, said approximately 50 per cent of the home hook-ups tiave been completed. Earns Degree STOCKTON — Dennis J. Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carroll of Stockton recently received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Represents Dakota DAKOTA — Kristina Hilton of Dakota High School was one of 30 students selected to explore careers in special education at a conference June 24-28 at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb. Brown Swiss ROCK CITY - Debbie Sue Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reed of Rock City, has been granted a junior membership in the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders Association of America. Isabel OFCT LENA — Isabel Chapter of Order of the Eastern Star will observe "go to church Sunday" July 7 by attending service at First Methodist Church, Freeport. Leaf River GAA LEAF RIVER - Dana Brown, Leaf River GAA president, and Michelle Snyder, GAA representative, attended the Girls Athletic Association Camp at Williams Bay, Wis. Dana, a cheerleader, and Jeanette Patterson Farmers' Elevator Co. Poles will be donated and set by Ulini State Telephone Co. Harry Crawford, village marshal, reported that he had shot two skunks in the village, since complaints had been received. Easement Rights It was decided that property that used to be used as a city dump and sewage disposal plant would revert back to the original owners. The city attorney will draw up easement rights for the village on the properties. The board approved construction of a new sidewalk in front of Deets' Barber Shop. Deets will pay for the four feet closest to his building and half of the rest of the sidewalk. The village will pay for the remainder. Members of the board were r invited to attend the hearing ati the Illinois Commerce Commission regarding the increase of telephone rates in the city. Lifferbugs Busy Over Holiday NEW YORK (AP) - Keep America Beautiful, Inc., estimated today that a holiday litter "explosion" during the Fourth of July weekend would cause enough fallout—13% million cubic feet of litter on highways and other public areas of the nation—to fill a firecracker! taller than the Emipre State j Building. I ARLANS DISCOUNTS HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS I' , Glenn W. Gill. Jack Graves, Daviu Holland. Randy Krohmer, Mrs. Eugene Krug, Colleen Lee, Sam Lieb, Tom Lleb. Mrs. Glen tuning. Dennis Madigan, Mrs. Joseph Madigan, Mark Madlgan. Mary Beth Madigan, Susan Madigan, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer. I Also, Russell Pcarce, Scott Price, •"hery! Potter, William Rayhorn, Dennis Read, Mike Read, Dale Roberts. Lee Robinson, Mrs. Gary H. Schap, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schultz, Glen Shaw Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shaw Jr., Lynn Shaw, Randy Shaw, Mrs. Geoffrey Smith, Robert Spoerl, Lee Steinberger, Eugene Stretcher, Nancy Thomas. And, Bruce Trost, Patty Trost. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Trost, Buddy Trader, Marlene Trader, Mrs. M. I. Trader, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tucker, Jeff Walker, Randy Walker. Ronald Walters, and Mrs. Vernon P. Westphal. Betsy Maids Alma Becker. Lucille Becker, Mrs. James Brown, Mrs. Gerald Ertmer, Mrs. Glenn W. CHI. Betty Leitzen, Mrs. Frank J. Lieb, Mrs. Everette M. Lunning, Mrs. John Miller- schone, Mrs. Raymond Thorn, Mrs. Gary Walters and Mrs. John White. Savanna School Tax Referendum Set For Fall SAVANNA — Savanna School Board Monday night decided to hold a referendum this fall in which district voters will be asked to vote on a proposed in-i crease in the education and! Houghton, who has completed two terms as superintendent, has accepted a position as assistant superintendent at Round Lake, in Lake County. The district has FOR PICKUP BY GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OR AREA REPRESENTATIVE PHONE 232-1390 Co., Rock Grove. The board also requested the attorney general to seek $500 damages against the Fox Valley Grease Blending Co., Elgin. transportation fund tax rates. The referendum will be the! first on a school tax increase since the early 1950's, when the new high school was constructed. "Board members will ask district residents for a 40-cent per $1,000 assessed valuation increase in the educational tax rate and a 15-cent hike in the transportation fund rate. FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARO Wednesday.' July 3, 1968" Entered as second class matter at the Post Office of Freeport. Illinois. Published dally except Sunday bv The FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD PUBLISHING COMPANY. 27 South State Avenue. Freeport, III.. 61033. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Mail subscription prices In Stephenson and adjoining counties per year $14.00, six months $7.25. three months $3.75, one month SI.40. Subscription rates In United States exclusive of Stephenson and adioin Ing counties, three months $5.25. six months $10 25, year $2".00. 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