The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois (2024)

I Central Central Illinois Deaths Ralph Rocker MORTON (PNS) -Ralph A. Rocker, of 1812 N. Glencoe Wheaton, formerly of Morton, died Saturday afternoon in a Joliet hospital after suffering apparent heart attack while mowing the lawn at his home. He was taken to Perry Memorial Home. Velda Miller COOKSVILLE (PNS)-Velda Miller, 86, formerly of Cooksville, died at 1:20 p.m.

Saturday at Heritage Manor nursing home, Bloomington. She was taken to Duffy-Pils Memorial Home, Chenoa. "Tillie" Peters ONARGA-Evelyn "Tillie" Peters, 59, Onarga, died at 1:55 p.m. Saturday at Iroquois Memorial Hospital, Watseka, where she had been a patient four days. Her funeral will be at 1 p.m.

Tuesday at Reilly Funeral Home, Gilman, with the Rev. Neil Larimore officiating. Burial will be in Onarga Cemetery. Visitation will be after 3 p.m. today.

Miss Peters was born Dec. 12, 1918, in Viola, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Peters. Surviving are three brothers, Loren, Viola; Kenneth, Onarga; and Robert, Jackson, Wyo.

She was employed at Melind Onarga, until 1976. Before that, she was bartender at Geisler's Tavern, Onarga. Bloomington Normal Deaths Ruth Buchanan Ruth S. Buchanan, 80, of 1321 N. Sherman St.

died at 9:58 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Center. Her funeral will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Metzler Memorial Home, and at 9:30 a.m.

at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Park Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the memorial home.

The rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. She was born Feb. 27, 1898, in Bloomington, a daughter of Louis and Sarah Ploense Myers. She married Arthur L. Buchanan Dec.

3, 1918, in Bloomington. He died March 18, 1973. Surviving are three daughters, Bernadine Shepherd, Decatur; Clara Condo, Eldon, Madeline Lewellyn, Champaign; two sons, Arthur Buchanan Decatur, and William, 1321 N. Sherman 21 grandchildren; one greatgrandchild. Several grandchildren, a great-grandchild, a brother and a sister preceded her in death.

She was member of St. Mary's Church. Margaret Curtin 'Margaret M. Curtin, 81, of Ajo, died at 3:45 a.m. Thursday at the Tucson, Medical Center.

'Her funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Stamper Memorial Home, the Rev. Clay Taylor officiating. Burial will be in White Oak Cemetery, McLean. Visitation will be from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Monday at the memorial home. She was born March 24, 1897, at Rodgersville, a daughter of William and Margaret Helton Clemons. She married Jerry Curtin in 1943 in Lexington. He died April 25, 1960. Surviving are a daughter, Betty 909 N.

Main two sons, Claude Bates, Ajo, and Edwin Bates, Houston, Texas, two brothers, Jesse R. Clemons, Farmer City, and Clinton Clemons, Donnellson, nine grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. She was a member of the Baptist Church in Ajo. Youth, 18, held after fatal crash DECATUR (AP) Police were holding an 18-year-old Decatur youth for reckless homicide Saturday in the death of a girl killed when a car careened into a crowd of youths outside a roller skating rink. Sharon Uttinger, 13, was dead on arrival at a Decatur hospital following the accident at 11:30 p.m.

Friday. Twelve other youths were injured in the parking lot of the Great Skate South roller rink, police said. Police identified the driver as Craig Cox, 18. He was also arrested for reckless driving and illegal transport of alcohol. The injured ranged in age from 9 to 14, police said.

Seven of the injured were hospitalized. The most seriously injured were Samantha Kay Bender, 13, who was transferred to a St. John's Hospital in Springfield in serious condition, and Ted Dilley, 9, who was in serious to critical condition in Decatur Memorial Hospital. Witnesses said a car sped through the parking lot, hit a parked car, jumped a curb and plowed into the crowd. The car was turned around and drove off but ran into a ditch.

Police officer Raymond Berneking, who was inside the rink to investigate a bomb threat, arrested Cox. Police said the bomb threat and the parking lot incident were unrelated. Weather record Pantagraph weather record Saturday's high 83, low 60 6 a.m. 1 p.m. 11 p.m.

60 80 70 Celsius: 16 27 21 29.86 0 inches. (For 24 hours ending at noon. June .58 inches. Sunset 8:24 p.m. Sunday.

Sunrise 5:26 a.m. Monday. Extended outlook Fair and cool Tuesday. Lows 50s north to 60s south. Highs mid 70s to mid 80s.

Warmer Wednesday with lows mid 50s to mid 60s. Highs upper 70s to mid 80s north and mid 80s to low 90s south. Thursday chance of thunderstorms. Lows in the 60s and highs generally in the 80s. National forecast Showers are forecast Sunday for northern Florida, parts of Texas and the Northwest.

The weather elsewhere Saturday Hi Lo Pre Otlk Albany 71 47 clr Albu'que 95 59 clr Amarillo 91 61 cir Anchorage 64 49 clr Asheville 78 58 clr Atlanta 84 63 cdy Baltimore 82 55 clr Birmingham 85 61 cdy Bismarck 73 53 cdy Boise 58 49 .25 cdy Boston 74 59 clr Brownsville 92 74 cdy Buffalo 72 44 cir Charlstn SC 82 74 cdy Charlstn WV 81 51 clr Chicago 84 51 clr Cincinnati 80 52 clr Columbus 78 51 clr Dal Ft. Wth 92 60 clr Denver 91 63 cdy Des Moines 89 65 cdy Detroit 83 45 clr Duluth 86 38 cdy Fairbanks 73 54 rn Hartford 77 54 clr Helena 66 53 clr Honolulu 86 74 clr Houston 86 74 cdy Ind'apolis 82 55 elr Jacks' ville 92 76 cdy Juneau 68 48 clr Kan's City 85 62 clr Las Vegas 101 80 elr Little Rock 83 59 clr Los Angeles 76 62 elr Louisville 84 54 clr Memphis 84 61 clr Miami 86 82 cdy Milwaukee 83 44 rn Mpls-St. P. 93 71 cdy New Orleans 89 74 .57 cdy New York 80 60 clr Okla. City 84 59 cir Omaha 90 67 cdy Orlando 96 76 .45 cdy Philad'phia 81 56 clr Phoenix 111 77 clr Pittsburgh 79 52 clr P'tland.

Me. 68 50 clr P'tland, Ore 63 53 .22 rn Rapid City 73 57 cdy St. Louis 83 59 clr St. P. Tampa 93 78 cdy Salt Lake 75 58 cdy San Diego 68 64 cdy San Fran 61 53 clr Seattle 66 49 rn Spokane 65 42 cdy Washington 84 60 clr Hi-Saturday's high.

Lo-Saturday's low. Pre-Precipitation for 24 hours ending 7 p.m. CDT Saturday. -Sky conditions outlook for Sunday. WANT AD RATES HOURS Mon.

thru Fri. Want 8:00 Ad A.M. Dept. to is 5 P.M., Sat. till Noon; Sundays and Holidays 3 to 5 P.M.

No kills or ads accepted after closing time. Classified Advertising starts in the morning edition and runs through the evening edition. As an accommodation ads received Monday through Friday before 10:30 A.M. will be accepted for the evening edition. Ads will be placed under "Too Late to Classify" in the evening edition and then transferred to the correct classification the following day.

However ads appearing in one edition of any calendar day will be charged the rate for one full day. Phone 829-9411 Ask for Classified Ad Taker Call Collect if Placing Ad By Long Distance Rates Effective Minimum Size Ad--15 CASH PRICES SIZE 8 DAYS Words Cash Daily In Ad Price Cost 15 10.15 1.27 22 13.12 1.64 28 15.84 1.98 34 19.01 2.38 40 22.18 2.77 46 25.34 3.17 52 28.51 3.56 58 31.68 3.96 March 1, 1978 words or 3 lines DAILY COSTS 4 DAYS 1 DAY Cash Daily Cash Price Cost Price 6.32 1.58 2.57 7.86 1.97 3.01 9.46 2.37 3.47 11.35 2.84 4.16 13.24 3.31 4.85 15.14 3.79 5.54 17.03 4.26 6.24 18.92 4.73 6.93 The count is for average size words of 5 letters. The Pantagraph reserves the right to determine. exact number of lines to be occupied any ad. Cost is determined by number of lines, not words, in the ad.

Cash rate earned if paid by city advertiser within five days from billing and by suburban advertisers within seven days. Every other day orders payable at one day rate. Ads costing more than $50 require credit approval. $5.00 service and mailing charge for blind ads. Quotations of rates gladly, given for other than set solid Classified Ads.

Liability of Publisher and Newspaper for errors is limited to space occupied. for ad. Credit for errors not the fault of the advertiser will be limited to 1 day's republication of ad. The Pantagraph is responsible for the first incorrect insertion only. Pantagraph D-5 Bloomington- Normal, Ill.

June 11, 1978 FORECASTI for Sunday -70 Theda Otten Wilbur Paxton EUREKA (PNS)- H. Otten, 69, of 410 E. Eureka Ave. died at 3:30 p.m. Friday at Methodist Medical Center in Peoria, where she had been a patient since Wednesday.

Her funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at St. Peter's Lutheran Church near Benson, with the Rev. Ervin Buhs officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Visitation will be from 3 to 5 and 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Remmert Funeral Home in Roanoke. She was born March 20, 1909, near Secor, the daughter of John and Anna Harms Schroeder. She married John G. Otten Dec.

2, 1926, in Benson. He died July 28, 1962. Surviving are four daughters, Anna Pinkham, East Peoria; Betty Reinking, Marquette Linda Stromberger, Chesterfield, and Janice Hart, Plano; one brother, Albert Schroeder, Gilman; one sister, Margaret Seggerman, Pueblo, 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, one granddaughter preceded her in death. She was a member of St.

Peter's Lutheran Church near Benson. Mrs. Otten had lived in Secor and Roanoke before moving to Eureka. Bessie Wonders STREATOR -Bessie Wonders. 84.

Streator, died at 2:30 p.m. Friday at St. Mary's Hospital, Streator. Her funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Christ Episcopal Church, of which she was a member, with the Rev.

Frank Alderson presiding. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, Streator. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday at Winterrowd Funeral Home, Streator. She was born March 6, 1894.

in Streator, a daughter of William and Sarah Blake Kennedy. She married Albert Wonders June 24, 1912, in Streator. He died in 1975. Surviving are two daughters, Ruth Mathis, Ancona, and Helen Fulkerson, Manville; two sons. Kenneth.

Ancona. and Eugene, Pontiac; a brother, Harold Kennedy, LeClair. Iowa; 10 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Pleasant Hour Club and was a Streator resident all her life. COLFAX (PNS) Paxton, 70, formerly of Colfax, died at 4:20 a.m.

Saturday at McLean County Nursing Home, where he lived six months. A private graveside service will be at 4 p.m. today at Wiley Cemetery, the Rev. Raymond E. Bassett officiating.

There is no visitation. The Colfax Home for Funerals is in charge of arrangements. He was born Nov. 30, 1907, at Colfax, a son John G. and Blanche James Paxton.

He married Edna Grace Wilson June 5, 1943, at Colfax. She died Jan. 21, 1978. Surviving are a sister, Maude Thomas, Ellsworth; several nieces and nephews. A sister preceded him in death.

He attended the Colfax United Methodist Church. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Wanetta Whitacre LINCOLN-Wanetta B. Whitacre, 59, Lincoln, died at 12:42 a.m. Saturday at St.

John's Hospital, Springfield. Her funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Holland and Barry Funeral Home, Lincoln, with the Rev. Stuart Couve officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. She was born Jan. 11, 1919, in Lincoln, a Dial daughter Gross. of William H.

and She married Donald L. Whitacre Nov. 23, 1939, in Bowling Green, Mo. He died Feb. 17, 1974.

Surviving are two sons, Donald E. Whitacre, Lincoln, and Jack Gross, Herscher: a sister, Eileen Buchholz. Lincoln: and seven grandchildren. Three brothers and a sister preceded her in death. Mrs.

Whitacre was a seamstress at Lincoln Developmental Center and was a member of Lincoln Christian Church and Friendship Corner Sunday School Class. (Water) buffalo roam in new home WASHINGTON (AP) Louisiana and Florida have the distinction of hosting the first commercial herd of water buffalo ever to appear in the contiguous United States, according to National Geographic. Home's exterior comfort factor URBANA-Persons planning to live in mobile homes will find that exteriors are as important as interiors when it comes to comfort, says an architectural researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Professor Wayne Shick of the Small Homes Council-Building Research Council said a mobile home can be cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter if it is situated on an east-west axis and has trees growing around it. Trees, especially the deciduous types that shed their leaves each fall, block the sun in the summer and let the sunlight filter in during the winter, Shick said.

This is most effective if the long wall of the trailer containing the most windows faces south. Mobile homes do not have an attic space which dissipates heat in the summer, so the heat from the summer sun goes right through to the ceiling. Most mobile homes also do not have adequate insulation under the roof, and air conditioners may have to run continuously during the summer. "Even though the rooms are aircooled," he said, "the ceiling still acts as a hot radiant heating panel during the summer." He cited an Alabama study which showed that mobile homes that were not shaded by trees had air-conditioner power bills more than twice as high as those which were. The shade-tree remedy, although it takes years to accomplish, is an effective and relatively inexpensive one, he said.

Because of the low profile of mobile homes, trees can be planted close by and can blot out the sun's hottest rays from overhead. An awning over the windows with southern exposure can shade the room easily because the sun is at its highest elevation in the summer, Shick said. In the winter, when the sun's warmth is welcome, the sun is at its lowest and shines directly into the rooms. Windows that face the east and west, although they may afford better views of the sunrise and sunset, just add to the summer heat problem, he said. "The sun is lower in the morning and late afternoon--and sunlight just pours in." The ideal mobile home, Shick said, in addition to being ringed with trees and having its long, windowed wall facing the south, should have an airtight skirt around the bottom to protect pipes and ducts from freezing weather and to reduce heat loss through the floor.

It should also have well-built windows to keep out the drafts. For those able to design the home, he recommends placing two-thirds of 10 windows on the south wall and the hallway along the north wall. For those considering a used mobile home, Shick suggests a close look at the quality of the windows and storm windows plus, if possible, finding out from the previous occupants how high their power bills were for the entire year. What about solar heating for the mobile home? "In some cases a solar heating system may cost as much as the home itself," he said. But if the home has an electric hot water heater, then a solar system for heating water might be feasible.

Four face charges after bar trouble An argument in a tavern and a scuffle with police resulted in charges being filed against four men Saturday. Bloomington police were called to the New Deal Tap, 405 N. Morris at 5:15 p.m. Saturday by the tavern owner. Police said a customer, Michael E.

Murphy, 24, of 913 W. Taylor St. was asked to leave the tavern by the bartender because he had previously been barred from entering. After Murphy left, three of his friends, Robert E. Sylvester, 27, R.R.

Kip Connour, 26, Stanford; and Dennis Casey, 30, of 281 Willow Creek Village began arguing with the bartender about Murphy's being forced to leave, police said. During the argument, several bar drinks were tipped over and a glass was broken, police reported. Police were called to the tavern, but when they arrived all of those involved in the 70 80 Figures show high temperatures 80 100 for area 90 Rain Cold Warm 90 Data from Showers Stationary Occluded NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 90 NOAA, U.S. Dept of Commerce AMERICAN STATE BANK We Believe in You Downtown and 413 East Washington Street Bloomington, Illinois 61701 Phone 302.827 6221 BULLETIN BOARD 100-Funeral Notices 105-Card of Thanks ALVA and MADELINE PANPLEN. merly of Bloomington, now residing in Clearwater Florida, would like to thank everyone for the calls.

flowers and many cards they received for their 50th wedding anniversary, celebrated June 3rd 110-In Memoriam WITH A SINCERE desire to render helpful service to those of our patrons who wish to have in Memoriam notices published, we have gathered together hundreds of suitable verses and have published them in an attractive booklet which may be had free by calling 829-9411 or writing the Special Service Department care of Daily Pantagraph In Loving Memory of our Dad. BOB THOENNES He suffered patiently and long, His hope was bright, his faith was strong. The peace of Jesus filled his breast, And in His arms he sank to rest. Sandy family Jerry and family TO MY BELOVED HUSBAND, No one knows the silent heartaches, Only those who have loved can tell The grief bear in silence For the one loved so well. Love you, Jean TO DAD, His helping hand was always first To render any aid he could, His voice was always raised in praise, His words were wise and good.

Dear father, since you've gone away, The ones you loved so true, Try hard to carry on the way, We know you'd want us to. Bob and Donna. Jim and Sue Rick, Patty, Shirley, Carol Susie, Norma, Laurie 115-Lodge Notices 120-Birth Notices 125-Birthday Notices 128-Anniversary Notices PUBLIC NOTICES 130-Legals ANNOUNCEMENTS 135-Funeral Directors Bathe's East Lawn Memorial Chapel 24 Hour Ambulance Service 1515 E. Empire Ph. 662-5387 BECK MEMORIAL HOME William Richardson KIBLER-SMITH MEMORIAL HOME (Formerly Flinspach-Kurth) METZLER MEMORIAL HOME Stamper Memorial Home 914 N.

Main St. Ph. 829-2296 Ample Parking In The Atmosphere Of Your Home Carmody Funeral Home McLean and Chestnut St. Ph. 828-3113 140-Flowers 145-Cemetery Lots EAST LAWN- spaces in section available 2 3 4 spaces, priced reasonably.

Owner in California manently. Ph. 452-7933 or 452-9642. EASTLAWN-(2) plots, $500. (1) in Park Hill, $225.

Finest locations. Ph. 829-7365 WANT AD INDEX BULLETIN BOARD 100-Funeral Notices 105-Card of Thanks 110. -In Memoriam 115-Lodge Notices 120-Birth Notices 125-Birthday Notices 128-Anniversary Notices PUBLIC NOTICES 130 Legals ANNOUNCEMENTS Classifications 135 thru 165 WHO CAN DO IT Classifications 200 thru 288 AGRICULTURAL Classifications 300 thru 340 AUCTION SALES Classifications 345 thru 365 EMPLOYMENT Classifications 400 thru 425 FINANCIAL Classifications 430 thru 450 MERCHANDISE Classifications 500 thru 596 MOBILE HOMES Classifications 600 thru 625 RENTALS Classifications 700 thru 750 REAL ESTATE Classifications 800 thru 845 AUTOMOTIVE Classifications 900 thru 920 ANNOUNCEMENTS 145-Cemetery Lots PARK HILL CEMETERY -Rolling hills and excellent care are your assurance of lasting beauty Our representative will visit you with full information. Ph 828-8424 CEMETERY LOT-(4 graves) at East Lawn in Masonic Garden section.

$800. Don Miller, LeRoy, IL. Ph. 309-962-7131. 150-Monuments 155-Business Personal AUTO AND TRUCK LICENSE -Notary Public, 47 years experience in handling all types of vehicle licensing problems.

BLOOMING TON GUN CO 604 Main, Bloomington. GOURMET CATERING -in your home or club. Call Marcel Comte. Super Chef, 662-1662 anytime PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS Ralph R. Seiders, PHD Urbana, Ill.

Ph. 217-384-5489 PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS for dieting, smoking. confidence and relaxation. A.R. Sodetz, Phd; M.H.

Vinitsky, Phd; 1224 Towanda Plaza. Ph. 452-9841. START A NEW LIFE, become a tarian. Free literature, free help It'S easy.

We have everything to start you out right. Ph. 827-8658 Vegetarian Health Center, E. Washington. 160-Where to Go EAR PIERCING Expertly, Professionally done under sterile conditions.

By appointment. Ph. 452-1449 CONTARINO'S JEWELRY 203 North Downtown Normal CROWN GALLERIES- -Home of Gemfire counterfeit Diamonds. 2207 E. Oakland Ave.

Steak Shake 609 S. Hannah 604 E. Locust 1219 S. Main. Normal 165-Lost and Found FOUND Brittany, 663-2845 Spaniel LOST -Brittany Spaniel, female, white with brown, answers to Hunter, very shy.

Ph. 663-2845. LOST Large, white Samoyed dog in Colene Hoose school Reward. Ph. 452-0082.

FOUND- -Afghan hound. Near Weselyan. Ph. 827-8273 to identify. LOST -Small female Siamese cat.

Missing since Fri. Last seen me Franklin Park en area Information? Please call 828-7855 after 5 p.m. LOST -Irish Setter, Division and Main, brown leather collar. Reward. Ph.

829-5730. LOST IN HILLTOP- -Black and White neutered male cat with blue collar and bell, If found, please Ph. 829-7360 WHO CAN DO IT Business Service Directory 200-Tax Service 204-Appliance Repairing A-One Appliance Sales and Service Ph. 829-6530 407 W. Front, Bloomington Pre-Season Chrysler Air- -Temp Window Air Sale.

Full 5 year parts and labor warranty available on all 1978 models. No need to cover units in winter (sealed bulkhead). 208-Bicycle Service REPAIRS AND ADJUSTMENTSReasonable. Ph. 662-1987 after 5 p.m.

212-Bulldozing, Grading, Garden Plowing 216-Carpet Cleaning HATE TO CLEAN CARPETS? Sears loves to! Professional carpet cleaning. Call today, 663-5311. 220-Catering Service 224-Concrete, Mason Work BRICKWORK Tuckpointing, building wall repair, waterproofing, chimney and foundation repair. Call 827-8787. CONCRETE WORK -Patios, driveways, sidewalks, etc.

no For free estimates, call Hudson, 726-1410 collect. ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK -All work guaranteed, free estimates, vast experience. Ph. 828-7084. RESIDENTIAL -Block, brick or stone.

New or remodeling. Free estimates. Ph. 829-2765, Dave Nauman Masonry. SMITH--McCURDY MASONRY CONTRACTORS Brick, block, and fireplace.

Call tor estimates. Ph. 827-6934 after 5 228 Electricians 232-Furniture Reconditioning FURNITURE- -Upholstery and Repair. Your home or mine. Also restoration of antiques.

Ph. 452-2289. 236-Home Improvements INSULATION Don't Get Caught In The Lincoln Foam insulation Inc. Ph. 662-5818 Anytime Dave Mounce-General Manager INSULATE Your Home Today! The silver lining way.

For Free estimates call 829-6611, U.S. Insulation Co. NEED A PLUMBER? Call Ralph MILLER TRUE VALUE Ph. 827-6131 REMODELING -Interior, exterior, minor repairs. Custom cabinets.

Roofing and aluminum siding. Call ROBERT SNYDER, 828-3997 after 5. ROOF REPAIR SPECIALTY Over 20 years experience R. E. Deitz, Ph.

828-0385 SIDING -The best products, manship and lower prices are at Hurlbert's. Call collect, 828-2333. A PARTICULAR JOB for particular people, cost estimates. Richard Kight, Ph. 452-6511 AAA HOME CARE -Rooting, remodeling, aluminum siding.

Experienced, insured, reasonable. Ph. 828-7534. BUD STUTTS CONSTRUCTION CO.General contractor. Room A additions, aluminum siding, gutters, roofing, kitchen cabinets, attic and basem*nt remodeling.

Garages, concrete and block work. Custom-built homes. Distance No Object. Free estimates. Fully insured.

Ph. 962-3781 LeRoy anytime. Eagle Roofing We Specialize in flat roofs Ph. 827-5081 WHO CAN DO IT 236-Home Improvements ECONOMY ROOFING -Shingling. roll rooting and guttering and roof repair Guaranteed workmanship.

Ph 309-365-3631. irvin-Parrish Development Co. Complete residential service. Basem*nt remodeling, additions, garages. rooting Free Estimates, fully insured, located in Bloomington Central Minioffices.

Ph. 827-4681, after 5, 662-5015 or 829-6850 SPRING CLEANING -Walls, carpets, inside and outside windows. Call us for tree estimates. Hinshaw Construction Cleaning, Ph. 452-1722 YOU NEED REMODELING? or stop at SPARKS AND POWELL HOME IMPROVEMENT, 607 S.

Clayton, Ph. 829-9031 or 828-5923 ZIMMERMAN INSULATION SERVICE Blown Cellulose- -Free estimates Gregg Zimmerman, Ph. 815-796-4198 24-Hour Emergency Service 7 days a week Bank Americard Available for service or New Furnaces Len Curry Heating Air Conditioning Art Fritz Wynn 240-Janitor Service 244-Lawnmower Service 248-LandscapingYard Care LANDSCAPING -Leveling, sowing, Also tilling of garden ready fo plant. Area from Fairbury to Eureka and Heyworth to Pontiac. Reasonable rates.

Call anytime. Ph. 309-448-2468 LANDSCAPING Creative- Professional Tree, shrub moved or planted, trimming. stumps. tirewood.

fencing. Licensed, fully insured. Ph. 828-3012. LAWN MOWING -Most lawns $5.00.

Raking and catching extra Ph. 454-2002 LAWNS -Complete Service New old. Rolling, seeding. fertilizer, sodding, dirt, grading. Ph 829-3067.

TREES and STUMPS -FIREWOOD Complete Job -Free Estimates KEITH McCLURE, COLFAX Ph. 723-6032 or 452-3602 MIKE'S TREE SERVICE--Complete tree service, cleanup, Firewood. Free estimates. Ph. 309-723-6337 or 723-6304.

252-Moving, Trucking, Storing 256-Painting, Paperhanging INTERIOR -Painting and paperexperience, guaranteed professional results. Ph. 452-5516. PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING! Interior, exterior. 20 years experience.

Free estimates. Insured. Ph. 452-8098. PAINTING Exterior and Interior, References Ph.

829-4734 or 829-3424 PAINTING -Houses, barns, garages, etc. Experienced. Free estimates. Insured. Low rates.

Ph. 309-747-2928 after 6 p.m. PAINTING -Prefer 1 and 2-story homes, tree estimates, painting, scraping and caulking included. Call 828-7602 for information. PAINTING -Interior and Exterior, and small repairs.

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Fully insured. Painting, Ph. 828-9377. EXPERIENCED -College student exterior paint jobs. Reliable.

Reasonable. References. Ph. 828-1496. JACK FRY PAINTING -Interior and exterior.

Paperhanging of any kind. Textured ceilings. Free estimates. Insured. Ph.

828-1177 or 454-1857. Your satisfaction is our concern. and HOUSE PAINTING -Interior, exterior, also trailer top coating. Ph. 829-7418.

QUALITY PAINT CO- -Interior, terior. Farm spraying. Fully insured. Danvers, Ph. 309-963-4173 eves.

260-Sand, Soil, Cinders WHITE ROCK -For driveways. And good black dirt. Available now. Delivered and spread, or pick up. Stark Excavating Ph.

828-5034. 264-Sewing Machine Service ALL MAKES Repaired -Guaranteed. H. W. Montgomery Sewing Center, 414 N.

Main (Viking Dealer). Ph. 829-8014. 268-Septic Tanks SEPTIC SYSTEMS- Installed, residential and farm drainage a and complete backhoe service. 24 hour call.

Licensed and insured. Irvin-Parrish Development Ph. 827-4681, or 662-5015 after 5:00. Waynesville area Ph. 217-949-5031.

272-Storm Windows, Screens GLASS AND SCREEN -Replacement Service. We specialize in rescreening sliding patio doors. Keystone Home Improvement 914 W. Washington. STORM WINDOW AND SCREEN REPAIR RADA'S HARDWARE 204 E.

College, Normal 276-Television, Radio 280-Vacuum Cleaners ELECTROLUX Sales Service 801 S. Main Ph. 827-0491 VACUUM CLEANERS- Kirby, Hoover, Electrolux. All makes guaranteed. NYBAKKE'S, 229 E.

Front. Ph. 827-0424. 284-Watch-Jewelry Repairing TIMEPIECE LIMITED 709 W. Virginia, Normal 288-Miscellaneous Service ALWAYS BUYING -Scrap iron, metal, machinery, industrial material and wire.

Call us collect for pickup and quotes. Morris Tick 501 E. Stewart, Bloomington. Ph. 309-828-6084.

STEEL PRODUCTS -Manufacturing time available. Engineering, research, and development, fabrication, welding, painting. Plasma shape cutting, low cost, high speed, excellent for lighter gauges. Reply to F-86-M Pantagraph. dispute had left.

Police then went to the Possum Hollow Tavern, 802 W. Front and found Casey, Sylvester, Murphy and Connour there. Police said Connour scuffled with police at the tavern. He was charged with aggravated battery, and obstructing a police officer. He was being held in Bloomington city jail Saturday night, awaiting a Monday court hearing.

Sylvester was charged with criminal damage to property and with intimidation. He posted $100 for a June 23 court date. Casey was charged with criminal damage to property. He posted $100 for a June 23 court date. Murphy was charged with criminal trespass.

He was being held in city jail Saturday night, awaiting a Monday court hearing. AGRICULTURAL 300-Poultry and Supplies CHICKS- -Cornish Cross, White Rock or Leghorns. PULLETS-Ready to lay. ZEHR HATCHERY MILL Pontiac, Ill. Ph.

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