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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, April 14, 1973
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HOSPITAL NOTES Gglesburg Reaister-MQil, Golnburg, III. Sotufdoy, April 14. 1973 INTANT UNK EmsvILLB ^ Lisa K. Link, 8 -month-old daughter ot Mf. and Mrs. Danny M. Linlc, ElUSf vllle, died Friday at 6:30 p.m. at Lincoln State Schdol. She was bom Aug. 5,1972, in iOalesburg. Surviving witli her parents are a sister, Dawn Mitchell, at home; the mateirnal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Tuthill. East Galesburg; the pater^ nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Linlc, EUisville; her maternal great - grandparents, Mrs. Eleanor Tuthill, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Loyd, San Angelo, Texas, and aunts and uncles. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Gorman Memorial Home, Avon. Burial will be at EUisville Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home Sunday from 7-9 p.m. MRS. EARL NEIDY ROSEVILLE - Mrs. Earl Neidy died at 9:45 a.m. today at Abingdon Nursing Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Gorman Memorial Home. JOSEPH S. NELSON KNOXVILLE - Graveside services for Joseph S. Nelson, 83, Knoxville, who died Thursday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Knoxville Cemetery. Rev. Lloyd Kittlaus, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Vivian Carlson, Oscar T. Johnson, Paul Block and Ernest Pierson. MISS NANA BELDEN KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Miss Nana Belden, 98, of Knoxville, who died Wednesday, was today at 10 a.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Rev. John H. Clarice officiated. Burial was at Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph O. Stone, Leslie McCoy, Robert Stickell, Thomas F. Lessig, Vaughn Larson and Clarence E. Benoison. MRS. LOUIS b.NYMAN Funera\ for Mrs. Louis D. (Rosie) Nyman, 66, who died Wednesday ^ evening at her home, 126 S. Famham St., was conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. G. Harold Ahlberg, pastor of Covenant Church. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Fred Crooks, Joe Carlson, Harold Roberts, Nels Swanson, Carl Johnson and Ben Sandberg. EDWARD E. REED Funeral for Edward E. Reed, 54, of 384 S. Seminary St.,; who died Wednesday at St. Mary's Hospital, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel by Capt. Ray Briggs of the Salvation Army. Burial was at Henderson Cemetery, where military rites were conducted by Ralph N. Noble Post of the American I. Pallbearers wara Roger a, Gary ThMnptoofi, Har^ vay QaMe, Danny Wheeler, Kenny Hunter and Chuck Bush^ hell. Mr. Reed'a parents, Mr. and Hits. David L. Reed of Galesburg, were inadvertently omitted from a Ust of survivors listed in the obituary published ear- Her. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILIE, ILLINOIS HeJMi Margaret Pittman 212 N. West, Kiroxville Funeral Services: 10 A.M. - TUESDAY CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH. Friends may call Monday evening at the Funeral Home. Prayer service at 8 P.M. Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Edwin Raymond Alltn Age 22 188H S. Cedar St., Galesburg Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - MONDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the Funeral Home Sunday evening. Burial ,in Abingdon Cemetery. Jamas Elzia Hughtf RR1, Maquon Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - TUESDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call Monday evening at the Funeral Home. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. EDWIN R. ALLEN Edwin Raymond Allen, 22, 188^ S. cedar St., was found dead in his apartment Friday afternoon. He was employed by Rowe Manufacturing Co. He was bom Nov. 23,1950, in Avon and lived most of his life fai the Abingdon area. He attended Abingdon schools and Carl Sandburg College. He was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church, Galesburg. ^ Survivors inc\ude his mother, Mrs. John Pii^in, Monmouth; three brothers, Samuel of Avon, Ronald in California, and Jerry of Abingdon, and a sister, Mrs. James (Jenny) Dickerson, Abingdon. Funeral will be Monday at p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon. Rev. Robert K. C. Paulson, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church,^ will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday evening. Burial will be in Abingdon Cemetery. GEORGE H. ELDERT YATES CITY — George H. lldert, 86, Yates City, died Friday at 11:05 a.m. at his home. Born Sept. 5, 1886, in Farm- ngton, he married Julie Blanche Nelson in 1907 at Galesburg. Surviving with the widow are a daughter, Mrs. Charles (June) Scholbohm, Washington, 111., 'our grandchildren; five great­ grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Caroline Welles, Yates City, and Mrs. Lenoa Emkin, Farm- ngton. Mr. Eldert was a member of Elba Center United Methodist Church. Funeral will be Monday at 10:30 a.m. at Patterson Funeral Home, Ehnwood. Burial will be in Yates City Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. JAMES E. HUGHES ABINGDON - James Elzie Hughes, 78, Maquon Route 1, died Friday at 7:10 p.m. at Monmouth Community Memorial Hospital. He was born Jan. 26, 1895, in Hart County, Ky., and had been a farmer ail his life. He lived the past 43 years in the Berwick and Abingdon areas. He retired five years ago." He married Emma Jane Beredith at Jeffersonville, Ind., April 9, 1927. She survives with eight sons, Myron of Louisville, Ky., James Garland of Santa Anna, Calif., Leland of Cave City, Ky., Gene of St. Louis, Mo., Cecil in the Air Force, Willard Edward of Davenport, Iowa, Kenneth of Maquon Route 1, and Richard of Abingdon; a daughter, Mrs. Glen (Margaretta) Ward, Abingdon; five brothers, William in Florida, and Eugene, Vichel, Ray and Arthur, all of Cave City, Ky.; six sisters, Pearl Tucker of Hodgenville, Ky., and Mae, Mildred, Maude, Sarah and Gladys, all in Kentucky; 21 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 D.m. at Larson Funeral Home. Rev. Donald Hogan, pastor of Abingdon Christian Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening at the funeral home. The family will be at 120 E. Martin St. MRS. HELEN PITTMAN KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Helen Pittman, 66, of 212 N. West St., died Saturday at 6:20 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg, GORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville * Avon London Mills Mitt Lisa K. Link 8 Months Old Services: 1:30 P.M. — MONDAY , CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, AVON. Burial EUisville Cemetery. Mrs. Earl Nfidy Roseville Funeral Arrangements Are Pending CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Where she had been a patieht Since March 27. She was bom Feb. 19, 1107, ih New York City. She married John Lee Pittman in Chicago on March 3, 1924. She was a member of Corpus ChristI Catholic Church, and was an aide at Galesburg State Research Hospital. She is survived by five sons, David of Elmwood, John Lee Jr. of Pullerton, Calif., Gary of LongBeach, Calif., Bruce of Farmington and James Patrick, Staten Island, N. Y.; two daughters, Mrs. Jack (Carole) Stevens, of Laura, and Mrs. Charles (Dariel) Carter, San Tee, Calif.; two brothers, Vernon Speilman, Temple City, Calif., and Robert Scott, Portola, Calif.; six sisters, Mrs. Leo (Ona Marie) Koepfle, Silver Springs, Md., Mrs. Marianne Ryan in California, Mrs. Dorothy Sriiith, Evanston, Mrs. M. M. (Viola) Scott Sr., Tapan- ga, Calif., Miss Elaine Edith Scott, Las Vegas, Nov., and Mrs. Oren (Mildred) Hupp, Beverly Shores, Ind.; 18 grand- chiltfren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Corpus Christi Church. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Galesburg. Friends may call Monday evening at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, where prayer service will be held at 8 p.m. EDWIN E. OAKS MONMOUTH - Edwin E. Oaks, 89, of Oak Terrace Apartments, died today at ,10:30 a.m. at Applegate Inn. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Hoover Memorial Chapel, where friends may call Sunday evening. Bunal will be at the Center Grove Cemetery, Kirkwood. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters today were called back to the scene of a blaze which Friday destroyed a cardboard-and-paper-compacting firm in the 1200 block of South Henderson Street when flames again erupted from the smouldering ruins. At least five firefighters were on the scene at noon today, wetting down the remains as workmen hauled trash away. Firemen extinguished a grass fire Friday at 4 p.m. near the intersetcion of Fremont and Famham streets. Sparks from a passing train were blamed. A furnace overheated Friday at 8:40 p.m. at 820 Willard St. There was no fire loss. - AMflttlONS PRtDAY: Ralph L. Brashear, Loridon MUli Randy L. Brazee Jr.; Oneida Michael S. Boone, 1M5 W. Waters St. J<rfui M. Durham, m W. South St. Arthur L. Epps, 578 W. South St. Mrs. Janice M. Genisio, Wtibdhutt Jamea E/ Irwin, AMngdon , Thomas L. Littell, London Mills Truman N. Lowe, Avon Robert A. Markey, Knox College Leland J. Rhodes, Gllson David E. Thompson, Normal DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Mrs. Esquolene Powell, Abingdon John E. Renken, Monmouth Paul T. Crosby, 1521 McKnight St. Miss Penny S. Buck, London Mills James P. Robertson, 1415 Rock Island Ave. Mark W. Phelps, Princeton Edward J. PennUigtoh, WiUiamsfield Mariin S. Linn, 1715 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Coleith S. Reno, Bushnell Mrs. Barbara J. Genisio, Kimberly Terrace Mrs. Gertrude Hernetet, 156 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Pearline L. Imhoff, 769 Wisconsin Ave. Saboteurs(Continued From Page 1) containing about 30,000 barrels was badly damaged by fire but firemen managed to save a third. / Firemen said the three tanks hit by the blaze were clustered on the seaward side of the double-lane highway running from Sidori to Tyre and the Israeli border. Tapline foreman Karim Shaaya said 13 explosive charges were found On storage tanks on the landward side of the tank farm but only one went off and did not start a fire. WAFA said the installation guards told occupants of a Red Crescent (Moslem equivalent of the Red Cross) car that went to the scene that "Israeli forces coming from the sea placed the explosive charges." There was no immediate comment from the army on the Palestinian claims. Henderson Club Holds Meeting HENDERSON -- Cheryl and Marcy Youngren and Tim O'Brien joined the Henderson 4-H Aggies durmg the club's meeting April 9 at the Henderson Town Hall. Pat Hennenfent was elected softball team captain during the business meeting conducted by Bob Nelson, president. Talks were given by Joe Gray on "Dog Care" and by Bob Hennenfent on "How Not to Give a Speech." Pat Hennenfent demonstrated "How to Handle Hand Tools in the Shop." No More(Continued From Page 4) Arabic includes lists of nouns and adjectives dealing with the (to our eyes) scarcely noticeable differences among camels. In our language, alas, our re- sourcefuhiess is most evident m the skyscraping list of synonyms we have created in one area: lucre, wampum, rhmo, simoleons, jack, scratch, long green, shekel, greenback, boodle, hay, chips, fin, gelt, chink, dibs, needful, wherewithal, wad, velvet, pelf, juice, sawbuck, "G," "C," bankroll, kale, cabbage, lettuce, bread, dough . . . (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Steve'R. tKretden, m Um\n St. John Cuklen, Knoxville James C. Brown, Gklesburg Route 2 Mrs. Ruth L. Wagoner, Williafflsfield Mrs. Miklred L. Bybee, 32& N. PraUfie St. Thomas A. Littell, London Mills Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mrs. Nancy E. LaDuke, Oneida Mrs. Gisela Benson, 1566 Rock Island Laurie A. Colwell, 1597 McKnight St. Koleta A. Williams, 661 W. South St. Mrs. Evangalyn A. Pabner, 673 Pine St. Mrs. Lola T. Mannhardt, Knoxville Dyson M. Shannon, East Galesburg Denise A. Webb, Dahinda Mrs. Darlene A. Moore, 878 E. South St. Lane E. Martin, Bushnell Jacquelyn J. Bybee, 1237 Bridge Ave. DISMISSALS FRn>AY: Mrs. Margaret M. Butler, 1243 Maple Ave. Mrs. Janet K. Hill, 433 W. South St. Christuie M. Ischer, 1577, N. Prairie St. ArloB. Johnson, 109 S. Kellogg St. Mrs. Ahietta 0. Newburg, 400 Phillips St. J. Randy Jackson, Knoxville Otis J. Mason, 435 Iowa Ave.^ Dean A. Courter, Knoxville Mrs. Nancy J. Simkins, Alexis Mrs. Francine J. Stanton, W. Lake Storey Trailer Ct. Mrs. Joann Tyler, 607 Monmouth Blvd. Kayla J. Carlson, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Florence M. Metcall, Knoxville Tliomas J. Moore, Monmouth Daniel W. Sullivan Jr., 993 Bateman St. Mrs. Ruby M. Neff, Gilson Linda K. Ollig, Galesburg Route 3 Bradley D. Gustafson, 488 N. Academy St. Mrs. Lennie I. Allen, 1423 Moshier Ave. Nicholas R. Cambell, 605 Ohio Ave. Today ^8 Record , Circuit Court JoanxM. Carroll, no age or address listed, was fined $75 Friday in Knox County Circuit Court for disorderly conduct amended from battery. Robert Benge, 21, 1138 W. Main St., was fined $25 for failing to have a dog vaccinated against rabies. HENDERSON COUNTY Gerald R. Campbell, 48, Blandinsville, was fined $200 this week in Circuit Court for reckl^ess conduct. ' Henry Otis McGee, 24, Gladstone, who was arrested earlier this year for possession of marijuana, pleaded guilty this week in Circuit Court and was fined $100. Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Inman, 2058 Newcomer Dr., a boy at 4 a.m. today. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Genisio of Woodhull, a girl at 12:26 a.m. today. Traffic Accidents Raymond Johnson, lO -year ^oId son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J(dm- son, 1016 Lyman St., was behig treated today at noon at St. Mary's Hospital after he was hurt when he apparently rode his bicycle into the path of a car driven by Claude R. Burch, , Avon. The accident occurred in the 1400 block of Monmouth Boulevard shortly after 9 a .m. Witnesses said the driver of the car was traveling at a slow rate of speed and had no opportunity to stop his vehicle before the collision. There were no charges. Galesburg police booked 197ear-old Galesburg driver on an array of charges Friday after his oar crashed into a police squad car, causing the electrical system on the patrol car to sSiort out and burst into flame. Galesburg firefighters were called to the scene and quickly extinguished the blaze, which burned out the electrical wiring. Arrested was Theodore W. Redfem, 19, 1051 Mulberry St. P <Aice said Redfem's car went through a stop li^t about 1:30 p.m. at the comer of Main and West streets, skidding about 63 feet before it hit the squad car driven by Patrohnan Donald H. Sparling, 41, 97 N. Famham St. Redf^ was cited for a stop light violation, illegal consumption of liquor and driving wthile hitoxicated. He reportedly refused to take an alcohol br^thalizer test. Officers said they went back to Redfem's car after he reportedly acted strangely at police headquarters and found a partially burned cigaret believed to be marijuana. He was also charged wiith possession of cannabis — marijuana. he wrecked his car on 111. 164 about a mile east of the Keithsburg blacktop. He was taken t< Community Memorial Hospita for treatment of his injuries. I&hmael was drivuig west when his car left the roadway and struck a tree. Cars driven by Miss Barbara J. Smith, 21, Cameron, and Harold L. Clayton, 67, 1015 W. Fourth Ave., collided Friday at 3:11 p.m. at the corner of Archer Avenue and A Street, Miss Smith was drivhig east on Archer Avenue and Clayton was southbound on A Street. Miss Smith was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Wilbur Quick, 61, 221 W. Broadway, and Benton J. Burkhart, 67, Oak TerraCe Apts., were involved in a 2-car accident Friday at 2:46 p.m. at the comer of Euclid Avenue and First Street. Quick was driving west on Euclid Avenue, and Burkhart was northbound on First Street. Quick was charged with fail,ure to yield right of way. A car driven by Miss Denise A. Brooks, 723 S. Second St., was struck Friday at 12:40 p.m. by a truck driven by Wil iam R. Maxwell, 33, Buriington, Iowa. Both drivers were going south around the Public Square when the vehicles collided. No charges were made. 1300 this week in Traffic Court for driving while intoxicatM^ A $15 speeding tine was paid by Darrel T. Taft, 49, Amery, Wis. Failmg to yield the righ) of way resulted in $10 fines; for Mark K..Lumbeck, 17, Oqvaw- ka, and James L. McKinney! 37, Gladstone. ; Jerry L. Hicks, 17, Strpng- hurst, and Randy D. Palmer, 28, LaHarpe, were each fined $1C for muffler violations. ': Others fined $10 this week were Richard D. Rees, 30, Monmouth, failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Charles E. Pruett, 17, Oquawka, driying too fast for conditions, and David R. Campbell, 25, Keithsbiirg, driving with defective brakes. MONMOUTH - Fined $10 each Friday in Warren County Traffic Court were James R. Leedy, 26, Middletown, Pa., speeding; James L. Steele Jr., 24, 1055 E. Fifth Ave., excessive noise; Michael D. Blew, 23, 327 N. Prairie St., Galesbiirg, screeching tires, and Donald P. Qually, 21, Oak Brook, and Larry Shaw, 26, Little York, both disobeying traffic signals. No injuries were reported in six other traffic mishaps investigated Friday by Galesburg police. Oars driven by Kris K. Cook, 26, 338 Holton St., and Samuel L. Caldwell, 22, 1765 Beecher Ave., collided at the comer of Cherry and Simmons streets at 3:03 p.m. No tickets were issued. The east side of the South Street subway was the scene of a collision at 3:46 p.m. involving cars driven by Dave L. Hutohings, 19, 1772 Rock Is^ land Ave., and Robert E. Hill, 30, Burlingt<Mi, Iowa. There were no citations. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to Onslow W. Church, 59, 823 Indiana Dr., after the Church vehicle was hit by one driven by Raymond L. Sawyers, 23, Aledo, Friday about 4:30 p.m. at the intersection of McClure Street and Monmouth Boulevard. Cyril W. Corbin, 74, 103 Division St., was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his car stmck a parked auto owned by Nancy K. Johnson, of near Galesburg, Friday shortly after 7:30 p.m. in the 100 block of South Famham Street. Cars driven by Tonya A. A'Hearn. 20, Knoxville, and Ronald L. Fields, 27. 163 Walnut Ave., collided Friday at 5:27 p.m. at the corner of Brooks Street and Grand Avenue. There were no charges. Police tiiis morning were lookintj for a silver-colored vehicle with damatre to its left front after tiie unidentified car apparently struck parked cars owned bv W. L. Bone and Robert Baird, both of 251 W. South St. The mishap was reported at 10:30 p.m. Police said they have several leads. Traffic Court EUis C. Horton, 41, Chillicothe, paid $50 Friday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for driving with an expired drivers license. He was also fined $10 for having no signal lamp. Linda L. Reining, 32,1740 Morton Ave., paid ^ f»r driving with an expired license. Fuied for speedmg were Thomas W. Fox, 21, North Henderson, $19; Jerry D. McVey, 26, 417 Marston Ave., $20; Robert J. West, 38, 1520 Brown Ave., $15; Barbar L. Shaikh, 38, Wheatbn, $16; and Karen J. Tumey, 33, 347 Lawrence Ave., $11. Fined $10 for speeding were Dariene M. Johnson, 39, 1290 Maple Ave.; Wilhe C. Terry, 30, 284 N. Peart St.; Debbie L. Hoskins, 18, 401 N. Broad St., and Ronald K. Sobotta, 28, 1081 Chamberlain Ave. Others fined $10 Friday were Dennis R. Davidson, 22, 1740 Rock Island Ave., muffler violation; Michael E. Williams, 16, Monmouth, no valid drivers license for curfew purposes; Mildred F. Bailey, 55, Monmouth, stop signal violation; Roger L. WilHams, 19, 1561 Meadow Dr., registration violation; Raymond D. Eldert, 55, Yates City, safety test violation; William C. Riley, 18, 1909 Baird Ave., failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Dan W. Shoemaker, 20, Monmouth, failuig to yield the right of way, and Kathy L. Sobie, 20, 1316 E. Knox St., turning violation. Fined $5 for overtime parking were Betty Dreys, 1484 Bridge Ave.; Marvin Melton, 835 Lincoln St., and Donald Gul- llckson, 171 Fair Acres Dr. Steven R. Linnenburger, 19, 783 E. North St., paid $5 for having no valid wheel tax sticker. Arrests Three 17-year-olds were arrested Friday shortly before 11 p.m. by Galesburg police for possession of marijuana. Charged were Brian R. Farmer, 17, 1259 Bridge Ave.; David Charles Smith, 17, 1454 Jefferson St. ,and James William Stafford, 17, of near Galesburg. Stafford was also booked for possession or a controlled substance — LSD. The arrests vfere made when officers stopped to question the youths in the 600 block of North West Street. A fourth youth fled the scene and is being sought. Police Said they know his identity. Orie E. Wright, 17, 274 SUver St., was charged with possession of marijuana today about 12:30 a.m. after his car was stopped for an alleged traffic violaHon in the 300 block of South Academy Street. ^ Steven R. Linnenburger,~19, 783 E. North St., was taken into custody Friday at 9 p.m. on a Knox County warrant for criminal trespass to a motor vehicle. < Fred P. Mcllravy, Knoxville, was charged Friday about 12:50 p.m. with driving while intoxicated after his car was stopped by officers in the 600 b \ookot South Academy Street. Three persons were booked for disorderly conduct. Edward Vance, 68, Aurora, was charged Friday at 10^05 p.m. after he was taken .,ihto custody at the Burlington Nprth- ern Raihroad depot. He was allegedly intoxicated. Norman Rogers, 37, 1018, S. Cedar St., was charged today at 2:25 a.m. following an alleged incident in the 200 block of South Seminary Street. Cart L. Neal, 51, 1273 S. I»^ri St., was picked up and booked Friday at 3:13 p.m. in the second hlfick of East Simriidns Street. Neal was reportedlyjjn- oxicated. Terrence P. Walsh, 20, 420 N. Famham St., was cited for a lane violation after he appar-, entiv lost control of his motor-! Fined today for speeding were Janet 1. Poyner, 21, 221 Olive St., $20; John F. Stanton, 45, Northbrook, $10; Ricky E. Severson, 22, Peoria Heights, $13; Gale W. Olson, 19, 1151 Russell Ave., $14, and Douglas H. Moscrip, 27, 1127 Grand Ave., $15. Fined $10 for traffic signal violations were Leslie E. Banks, 24, 183 Pine St., and Francisco J. Zepeda, 20, 1051 Lyman St. Zepeda also paid $5 for a wheel la .K sticker violation. Others fined $10 today in Traf- cvcle todav shortly after 1 a.m.;fje court were Cam L. Grain the first block of East Mainjvens, 24, WiUiamsfield, failing Street, veered across the center line and hit a car driven by Gary E. Barton, 22, Swing Mobile Estates. Walsh told police he had been having mechanical difficulties with the motorcycle, which suddenly corrected them-,^ .>ccvci,^i- selves and resulted in a surpe'spn^ safety test violation; Amy of power. Q McGraw, 20, 574 Monmouth — iElvd., failing to yield the right MONMOUTH - Charles F.'o( ^ay; James E. Kilburn, 23, to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Terry L. Johnson, 34, Knoxville, driving on a fire hose; Darlene K. Shelton, 21, 1570 E. Brooks St., no lights on a vehicle when required; Gary L. Keever, 19, North Hender- MONMOUTH - Milo 'F. Brown III, 21, a resident of/the ZBT House at Monmouth College, was charged Friday at 10:40 p.m. with theft under $l50 for allegedly shoplifting at "the Giant Food Store. Roger R. Kellogg, 18, 409 S. Fifth St., was charged Monday at 12:30 a.m. for illegal possession of liquor. Michael J. Corbin, 17, Noi'th Henderson, was charged Friday by Alexis Marshal Jamea Wayne with disorderly conduct. Vandalism MONMOUTH - Earl Cunningham, 1422 S. E St., reported to police Friday at 4:09 p.m.„tbat vandals had slashed the seat belts, upholstery and all four tires of his car, broken the antenna and put sugar ui the gas tank. He estimated the damage at about $650. Cunningham said the vandalism occurred sometime between Thursday at 10 p.m. and,,,the time of the report while, the Icar was parked at 410 N. E"St. Bicycle Auction A large crowd bartered for about 16 bicycles or stolen then held by police for three months at a city auction Friday at 10:30 a.m. at the to give owners a chance to reclaim them, police garage. The bicycles were either lost (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey) Kinkaid, 24, 823 W. Boston Ave., escaped uijury today at 12:45 a.m. when his car struck and killed a deer on 111. 164 about two miles east of the Keithsburg blacktop. Kinkaid was driving west down a hill when the deer leaped into his path. The impact caused major dam- iage to the car's front end. Abingdon, failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident, and; Michael R. Anderson, 18 ,1 Abingdon, traffic signal violation. Larry D. Stice, 24, Casey, paid $20 and Ivan R. Shmn, 21, 652 E. Brooks St., paid $15, both' for speeding. A $5 fine was paid by Patrick W Franklm Ave., was charged Friday at 10:40 p.m. with driving while intoxkated and use of ficticious license plates, After overtime parking. HENDERSON" COUNIT - Fredericlg Gene Lowe was fined THINK A -l WHEN YOU NEED AH AMBUlj^Nd N. M. WHAgTMB,

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