Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 5, 1968 · Page 3
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July 5, 1968

Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 3

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Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Fri., JulyJS, 1968 Pg. 3 Mount Morris Sounds Its Freedom Bell MOUNT MORRIS - Mount Morris sounded its freedom bell Thursday, selected a queen Wednesday night, had a patriotic parade and heard a talk on freedom by a Bradley University professor during 'its salute to the Fourth of July. Linda McKay, a Mount Morris High School senior, was crowned queen of the festivities Wednesday night. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H McKay. Queen Linda was crowned by last year's queen, Diane Jacobs Burd, Christine Worley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Worley was first runnerup and second runnerup was Melody Ridenour, daughter of Mrs. Marilyn Marshall and Leo Ridenour. The queen, retired Naval Com. Syril E. Avey and the Rev. Howard Griffin, pastor of the Christian Church, participated in a four-minute bell ringing ceremony at Kable Square. Units from Mount Morris, Freeport and other area towns marched to patriotic cadences in the hour-long parade through the village's downtown area. Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi, director of the School of International Studies at Bradley University, Peoria, told the Fourth of July crowd at the Kable Square band shell that he had not come to Mount Morris as a prophet of doom but to wake people to realize the blessings of freedom. Nyaradi, former finance minister of Hungary, described the Communist takeover of that country. He urged his listeners to teach youth the value of freedom and the importance of maintaining that freedom. The festivities closed with a fireworks display Thursday night. School Bond Bid Accepted At Mt. Morn's MOUNT MORRIS - Mount Morris Board of Education this week accepted the bid of Illinois National Bank and Trust Co., Rockford, for the sale of $150,000 in building bonds. The bank's firm interest rate bid was set at 4.25 per cent. There were six other bidders for the bonds with interest rates ranging from 4.34 to 4.6 per cent. The bond sale represented the I balance of the $750,000 author-, ized in last April's referendum for construction of the new elementary school. In other business the board authorized the purchase of new textbooks and supplementary materials for several courses. It was announced that the tentative school budget would be on display in the superintendent's office July 15. Student insurance will be offered through'the Dorothy Miller Insurance Agency, it was announced. PILL TAKING POPULAR JOHANNESBURG(AP)-South Africans consume 2,400,000 pills each year, said Dr. Gerald Machanic in an article in the South African Nursing Journal. Of these about one million are pain killers. Hey Kids (and Adults, too) BUS SERVICE Direct To/From Read Park Pool And Krape Park 8 Times Daily Except Sunday And Holidayi —SCHEDULE— Leave Downtown: 9:30 and every hour on the "i hour. 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