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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 17, 1973
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS OALVA FttMrtl for Seth W. Hutiofl Sr., S, of Galva who died m Wednesday at the Ab- inidoii Humi Home, was last SAtunlty ai i at Johnson^ Gill ' Sdittiter Chapel, Galva. Rey. tlMtoitni fiiige, pastor of Grace UnHed Methodist Chiirch, officiated. Bwtal was at Abingdon Ceme^ tery. Pallbearers were Lyle LindMooA, Richard tucker, fid Nelson, aarence Schultz, Oiif- tori Nelson and Douglas An^ derson. at Raritan before retiring and moving to Burlington. Survifws include his widow, a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Katb* Jeen) Rothzen, Smithshire; two grandchildren, and a brother in f*remont, Mich. Funeral will be Thursday at p.m. at Raritan Baptist Church. Burial wilt be in Rari* tan Cemetery. Visitation will be Weitaesday from 7-1 p.m. at the Corman Memwial Home, Roseville. The family has said me* morials may be made to the Heart Fund. MRS. EVA KINO WYOMING ~ Funeral for Mrs. Eva King, 83, of Wyoming Route 3, was last Thursday at the Endsley & Son Funeral Home, Peoria. Mrs. King died April f at Peoria Methodist Hospital, where she was admitted April 7. Burial was at Swan Lake Memory Gardens, Peoria. Pallbearers were Eugene Turner, Lloyd Turner, Raymond McCuen, Ted Hughes, Glen Steinhart and Roy Nelson. She was born near Knoxville on Nov. 21, 1889, and married Charles 0. King in Galesburg on March 3, 1915. He died Dec. 5, 1961. Surviving are three sons, Ralph Davidson, Coffeyville, Kan., Merrily King, Wyoming, and James King, Brimfield; daughter, Mrs. Mary K. Payne, East Peoria; a sister, Mrs. Geneva Howarter, Deland, Fla., formerly of Knoxville, 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. RICHARD BROWN BURLINGTON -Richard Brown, 73, of Plantation Village, Burlington, died Monday at 1:15 p.m. at home. Born Nov. 30, 1899, in Six- lakes, Mich., he married Doro- tiiy Ferguson in September 1934 in Kansas City. He was a member of the Elks Club, Eagles Lodge and United Commercial Travelers of America. He was an implement dealer JAMES E. HUGHES MAQUON - Funeral for James Elzie Hughes, 78, of Maquon Route 1 who died Friday at Monmouth Community Hospital, was Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon. Rev. Donald Hogan, pastor of Abingdon Christian Church, officiated. Burial was in Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roger Lawson, Robert Cox, Layman Booton, David Moser, Frankie Gillenwater and John Thurman. Honorary pallbearers were Clifford Anderson, Russell Onion and Larry Hickey. MISS HELEN M. PITTMAN KNOXVILLE — Funeral mass for Miss Helen Margaret Pittman, 66, of 212 N. West St., Knoxville, who died Saturday, was today at 10 a.m. at Corpus Christi Church, Galesburg. Rev. Stephen Heamy celebrated the in8ss* Burial was at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gerald Weaver, Charles Savage, Harold Spencer, Lester Leng, Danny Stevens, William Hart and Dr. J. B. Bronny. United Metbedist Church, past master of Galva Lodge 243, AFAAM, American Red Cross Board mtiMinedia first aid in structof, a member of Hagberg Hamlin American Legion Post 45, was radiotoglGal instrument operator for the Galva avil De* fense Unit, and member of the Galva Camera CtUb. He is survived by his widow; a brother, Vincent, of Aled», a sister, Mrs. Teresa Munson, Galesburg, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at First United. Methodist Church. Visitation will be at Johi^son - Gil) - Schuster Chapel. Burial will be in Galva Cemetery. Masmiic rites will be conducted by Lodge 243, AF&AM, Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the chapel. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Cliurch or any charity, the family said. RALPH C. OTTOSON ALEXIS - Fnueral for Ralph C. Ottoson, 76, Alexis, who died Sunday, will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Alexis United Presbyterian Church. Rev. Stanley Rapp will officiate. Burial will be at Norwood Cemetery. Visitation will be at the McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis, Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. CORMAN ^tEMORIAL HOME Iloseville . Avon London Mills Richard Brown Borliagten, la. Funeral: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY RARITAN BAPTIST CHURCH. Visitation 7:30 to 9 p.m. Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. Burial in Raritan Cemetery. MARTIN FUNERM. NOMI KNoxviui tmwoit Prank PIckitl sot E. MMJt., KieivUe Funeral Swvicei: 1:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Interment in the Knoxville Cemetery. RALPH E. ESTES MONMOUTH - Ralph E.I "Joe" Estes, 63, a former Monmouth and Smithshire resident, died Monday at 9:45 p.m. at Franciscan Medical Center, Rock Island. He was born June 17, 1909. He worked for the Santa Fe Railway until an accident forced his retirement in 1954. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Norma Jean) Cook. Monmouth, and Mrs. Lester (Evelyn) Story, McMinnville, Ore.; a son, Ronald, Casper, Wyo.; three sisters, Mrs. Roy (Lena) Meridith, Tucson, Ariz., Mr^. Jaunita Smith, Galesburg, and Mrs. Harold (Norma) Krusz, Lincoln, and several grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. Jack Christian, pastor of Leroy United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Ellison Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Thursday and Friday until the hour of the service. ROBERT A. HODGE MONMOUTH - Robert A. Hodge, 74, of near Monmouth, died Monday at 12:15 a.m. at Community Memorial Hospital. He was born Nov. 8, 1898, in Hale Township, where he was reared and educated. He farmed about 50 years before retiring five years ago. He was a mem- [ber of Sugar Tree Grove United Presbyterian Church, and served several terms as Hale Township clerk. Surviving are a twin brother, Edward C. Hodge, Mexico, Mo.; a sister, Mrs. Percy (Margaret! Honey, Monmouth, and several other relatives. Funeral will be Wednesday at p.m. at Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. Roy Hofstetter, Kirkwood, and Rev. R. P. Listen, Little York, will officiate. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the Hoover chapel today and Wednesday until the hour of the service. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Fund, the family said. died last March 10. He was a member of the Burlington Veterans and Ifltemational Order of Boilermakers. Surviving are three brothers, Retford of MoHne, Wesley of Henderabn and Arthur in California, and two sisters, Mrs. Clifford M. Garrett, Abingdon, and Mrs. Eugene Reed, Avon. Funeral will be Thursday at 3 p .m. at Hinchliff - Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call Wednesday evening. Burial will be at Wataga Cemetery. LEON E. McMtLLAN MONMOUTH - Leon Eari McMillan, 79, a resident of the Warren County YMCA, died today at 1:55 a.m. at Applegate Inn. He was bom Jan. 11, 1894, at Cedarville, Ohio, and came to Monmouth at the age of 10, where he attended school. He married the former Nellie Mae Beaty in 1920 at Monmouth. She died Dec. 10, 1954. He was a self-employed tins- man and worked for a few years for the Ralph Wells firm. He retired 14 years ago. He was a veteran of World War L Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. John (Mary Lou) Bobbitt, Naperville; a grandchild; a sister, Mrs. Samuel (Helen) Mcintosh, Washington, D.C., and a brother, Waldo, Mmneapolis, Minn. Funeral will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the Tumbull Funeral Home. Rev. David Nicholson, pastor of First Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the Turnbull chapel today, Wednesday and Thursday until the hour of the service. Johnson - Gill • Schuster Chapel Galva ~ Williamsfleld Mr. C. Walter Christiansen Age 59 Galva, 111. Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. - THURSDAY FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, GALVA, ILL. Calling hours: Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 at the chapel. Masonic Rites 8 P.M. Wednesday evening at chapel, conducted by Galva Lodge No. 243 A.F.&A.M. Casket will be open until service time. Will not be open at close of service, ~ Memorials may be directed to the First United Methodist Church, Galva, or the charity of your choice. Mr. Lowell (Hoeic) Ringle Age 54 Galva, lU. Funeral Services: 1 P.M. - FRIDAY At the CHAPEL. Calling hours: Thursday evening 7 to 9. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church. Burial Galva Cemetery. C. WALTER CHRISTIANSEN GALVA - C. Walter Christiansen, 59, of Galva, died Monday at 4:30 p.m. at his home. He was born near Oneida Nov. 18, 1913. His first wife, the former Grace K. Sandquist, died Oct. 15, 1957. He married Grace Biehl on Aug. 7, 1959, at Victoria. A graduate of Oneida High School, Mr. Christiansen served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was manager of the Pump Wholesale Blue Star Manufacturing Co. of John H. Best Co., Galva. He was a member of First Whatever the Occasion WILL "SAY rr BEST' m ANDERSON ^ flortsis in N. BROAD MRS. GLADYS NEIDY ROSEVILLE - Funeral for Mrs. Gladys Neidy, 64, of Roseville who died last Saturday at the Abingdon Nursing Home, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Corman Memorial Funeral Home, Roseville. Rev. Keith Simpson and Rev. John H. Stanley officiated. Burial was in Good Hope Cemetery. Pallbearers were Don Boles, Diean Simkins, Darrell Hutchins, Henry Krahl, Lewis Thurman and Walter Medhurst. • ' MRS. IZORA M. MUNDY Funepal for Mrs. Jaora M. Mundy, 78, ei 102 Locust St„ who died Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital, was conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at Hinchliff'Poarson- West Chapel by Rev. OideU Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church. Burial was at WUllamsfieM; Pallbearers were Kenneith and Karl Theot)ald, Keniieth Harm- iaon, Donald HanSon, Lester Hanson and Jiphn Mundy. CRARLE8 L. REAMS Charlss L. Reams, 68, of Ber w'yn died at 6:25 a.m. today at Saunders Hospital in Avon. He was a boilermaker and had worked for the Burlington Northern Railroad almost a half- century, retiring in 1972. He was born at De Kalb March 27,1807, and had lived in Qales- burg until moving to B<rwyn. He married Sarah Jane Cogswell on March 26, 1931, and she •bearson., ^ •lufsst'ini!' HOSPITAL NOTES GQlcsbiifQ Register-MqlL Go^f^^ III. Tiresdoy, Apr if J 7,_ 1973p:7 MS llONDi fUNEIAl DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STRefT fHONE 343-2101 MISS LILLIAN A. HAHN - 255 If • talHtti Bl. Mm- ices 1:30 P.M. Thursday at JlijoWtftl ^ljiigii Wirt Chapel. There will be no visitatioi. |llilioilMhliii>t ill Hope Abbey. —(J— MR. CHARLES L. REAMS - Berwyn, lU. Formerly of Galesburg. Services 3 P.M Thursday at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evcn-ng al the chapel. Burial at Wataga Cemetery, Wataga, lU. FRANK PICKREL KNOXVILLE - Frank Pickrel, 89, Knoxville, died Sunday at 1:45 p.m. at Knoxville. Mr; Pickrel was bom Sept. 13, 1883, at Gilson. He married Jessie June Wallich on Feb. 22, 1906, at Knoxville. She died Dec. 5, 1963. He was a carpenter and was a member of the former Gilson Methodist Church. Survivors include a brother, Leon, Rock Island, and a niece, Mrs. Holmes (Betty) Hamilton. Forest Park. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be at Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be tonight at the funeral home^ CHARLES F. GOLDQCIST Funeral for Charles F. Goldquist, 91, of East Moline, formerly of Galesburg, was Monday at' Watertown Baptist Church, East Moline. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery, Galesburg. Pallbearers were Richard Jorgenson, Verne Melton, Ronald Lefevre, Ha den Thomas, Charles Abbott and Clarence Castle. Mr. Goldquist died April 13, 1978. at Silvia. He was born Dec. 19, 1881, at Buena Viata, Colo. He married Mabel M. Johnson at Rock Island on Oct. 7,1908. She survives with a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy E. Nelson, St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Goldquist moved from Qalei^g to East Moline in 1937. MISS ULLUN A. HAHN Mm UlUan A. Hahn. ». ol 255 W. Tompkins St. died Monday at the Americana Nurtlng Gentar. She had been an 0. T. Johnsm Go. seamalresa 33 years, She was bom In Galesburg July 29, 18M. She waa a member of First United Preibyterian Church. Survivora hidude a nephew, Robert Hahn, Denver, Colo., and a counn, Harc4d Ziehr, Galesburg, Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p .m. at iHinchUff-Pearson- Wegt Chapel, and entombment will be at Hope Cemetery. LOWELL RINGLE GALVA - Lowell "Hook" Ringle, 54, of Galva died Monday at 6:30 p.m. at his home. Mr, Ringle had been in failine health the past few months. He was bom Sept. 28,1918, at Oambridee. He married Ruby Eridcson on Dec. 26, 1941, in Elmwood. . A li»6 graduate o< Galva High School, he served in the U-S. Ai:my from May Xm until Oc. tohor 1945. After he W88 <lia> charged be workfd in the Stand' ard service st »tMii in Galva. Ha later took over the Sweat and Bingla StandMXl station, which be eparitad tlRtU 1969 when he want to wofk for Lord Chevro- lat Co- He was f member of Hagberg- HanUifi American Legion Post 45, president of the Galva Fire Department, and a member of First United Methodist Church. Mr. Rii^le is survived by his •widow; two sisters, Mrs. Louise ADMISSIONS mmAitt Mrs.BrendaL.Cotfay, 1084WillardSi Mrs. Heater Davis, SSlMatfieitaSl. Pamela S. Davis, Knoxville Robert M. DieM, 1025 Willard St. George Leigh Filmier, Abingdon Julie A. Gullett, Maquon James L. Hagerty, Oheida Mrs. JuanitaL-Hartzell, ISCeSpniceSt. Mrs. .^ice R. Hileman, Gilson William J. Kenney, Henderson •Miss Pamela S. Lagenbahn, 970 N. Cherry St. Mrs. E. Darlene Lars<Mi, 584 Maple Ave. Mrs. Marthanna M. Laughlin, Milan iMrs. Dolly Dowry, Oneida Mrs. Lena M. Mings, Prairie City Jesse T. Morris, 777 S. Henderson St. Lee A. Hdltz, Kewanee Garrett R. Nelson, Cambridge Mrs. Vera M. Handle, 1558 MoKfiight St. Aibraiham E. Shaler, Yates City Miss Elizabeth A. Shy, 593 E, North St. Carolmn S. Stewart, Knoxville Linda J. Winans, Toulon Susan K. Winans, Toulon Sharon E. Peer, North Henderson DISMISSALS MONDAY: Stanley L. Brewt>aker, Media Mrs. Mary E. Hultberg, 687 Peck St. Robert C. Jordan, 258 Park Lane Ave. Mrs. Elsie S. Larson, 3258 Momlngstde Dr. Mrs. Sandra K. Ingles, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Nancy E. LaDukc, Oneida S. Sgt. James L. Hagerty, Oneida Mrs. Katiherine S. Seiboldt, Victoria John M. VanBlaricome, Galva Roy R. Rice, Galva Arthur S. Carlson, 996 Washmgton Ave. Debbie M. Beserra, 1212 Klein Ave. Mrs. Esther M. Terpening, London Mills Tammie S. Blickem, Wataga Miss Terri G. Ericson, Prairie City Today ^8 Record St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Lawrence E. Admire, 72 N. Pleasant Ave. Charles R. Baker, Maquon Mrs. Vera H. Benjamin, 162 Locust St. Keith A. DeJaynes, Abingdon Miss Danielle D. Fiacco, 2712 Springer Rd. ' Kenneth C. Flickinger, Gilson Mrs. Maxine J. Jobe, 1599 Mosier Ave. William C. Lantau, Monmouth Miss Lynn A. Mundy Galesburg Route 4 Alan D. Robinson, Washington Mrs. Sally R. Robinson, Williamsfleld Burton L. Staats, 348 S. Peari St. Mrs. Christine Stivers, 172 Garfield Ave. Edward A. St. George, 1880 Grand Ave. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Michael Conlin, 123 W. Third St. Mrs. Marian Burgess, Abingdon Walter L. Pitts, Knoxville Jack A. Shubert, Knox College Mrs. Josephine M. Courson, Abingdon Mrs. Kay Hopping, 78 Arnold St. Mrs. Zelpha Schleich, Abingdon Clarence A. Brown, Knoxville Mrs. Erminie E. McCone, 552 E. Third St. Bert L. Hendrickson, Abinfidon Lewis J. Baldwin, 229 E. Waters St. John A. Kneen, Abintjdon Mrs. Pearl Boughton, Abingdon Trallic Court Spaadiflf fines were paid by 13 ptraona Monday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Coiirt. Fined were Joe J. Vargas, 49, 722 Liberty St., $12; Mary K. Holmes, 31, KnoxviUe, $17; Tim^ othy T. Amott, 29, Gillette, Wyo., $15; Crystal D. Kllgore, 17, 542 S. Pearl St., $18, and Paul Long, 38, 1316 N. West St.. $20. Ffaied $10 for speeding were Van T, Foxall, 22, Huntsburg; Kenneth J. Vogelbaugh, 24, Moline; Twyla M. Garner, 17, near Galesburg; Mary K. Copeland, 52, 554 N. Cherry St.; James U. Wells, 25, no address listed; Charles E. Buffington, 19, Yates City; Brenda M. Quails, 22, 1792 Willard St., and Cecil L. Ungleshee, 46, 1710 Robin Ct. Traffic signal violations resulted in $10 fines for Onslow W. CSiurch, 59, 823 Indiana Ave.; Dolly L. Morris, 51, Gerlaw, and Rita L. Ackerman, 28, 1397 Lane Ave. Ronnie P. Wallace. 20, 423 Iowa Ave., paid $15 for a stop signal violation. Others fuied $10 were Robert W. Garry, 29, 948 E. Brooks St., speeding restriction violation; Robert L. Hroziencik, 18, 592 N. Academy St., failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Laura J. Baughman, 18, 552 N. Oiambers St., no glasses as a passenger on a motorcycle; Raymond M. Miller, 18, 736 N. Kellogg St., failing to yield the right of way; Thomas H. Turner, 22, 141 Maple Ave., muffler violation; Hobart B. McClain, 76, 984 Monroe St., failuig to yield the right of way; Marcus E. Knuth, 40, 1347 Garden Lane, following too closely to avoid an accident; Kenneth R. Williams, 16, 1561 Meadow Dr., driving too fast for conditions, and Terrence P. Walsh, 20, 420 N. Farnham St., lane violation. Clarence D. Horton, 20, 82 Garfield Ave., and Thomas H Masters, 47, Celina, Tenn., were each fined $15 for safety sticker violations. Albert S. Hoover, 38, Rockford, paid $15 for having no valid license. Fined $5 for overtime parking were Pauline S. Sollenberger, Henderson; Donald L. Mc Ccrmick, 25, 697 Phillips St., and Marilyn Dillard, 317 E. Fourth St. Edward Leroy Burlingame, 33, Muscatuie, paid $10 each for driving with unsafe equipment and a safety test violation. Traffic Accidents No injuries were reported in four traffic mishaps investigated Monday by Galesburg police. George W. Schofield, 59, 1088 E. Knox St., was cited for illegal backing after his car struck one driven by Francis L. Rutledge, 26, Gertaw, in the Park Plaza parking lot about 11:35 a.m. A ticket for failing to reduce speed was issned to Stephen R. Willson, 19, 730 N. Cedar St., after the Willson vehicle was involved in a collision with one operated by Rose A. Stockman, 37, 1036 W. Main St., at 4:53 p.m. in the municipal parking lot at the intersection of Kellogg and Simmons streets. A car driven by James D. Shea, 43, 1228 W. Loscy St., struck the back of one driven by Janice L. Van Unnik, 19,1749 Rock Island Ave., at 4:59 p .m. at the corner of Henderson and Fremont streets. There were no charges. The intersection of Cedar and Tompkins streets was the scene of a mishap at 6:08 p.m. when a car driven by Marcellus M. WUkins, 51, 489 W. First St., struck a truck driven by David R. Stoneburaer, 16, Knoxville. Stoneburner was cited for failing to yield the right of way. Sttits Filed One St. Augustine reSfdisnt and 24 Abingdon resident^: t^jere named in suits to collect d^in* quent personal property taxes filed last week by the "Khox county treasurer. Kenneth VanNatta, St. Augustine, was named in a siiit to collect $179. Abbigdon residents named, and the amount include Mrs., Leon Woodruff, $90; Gary E. ien- nings, $135; Melvin Smith,, |98; Walter E. Voorhees, $74;, Lcon E. Gilson, pzt; Robert M.^Jones Jr., $301; Paul L. Johnson ilr., $)67; William L. Johnson^ $111; Robert Zimmerman, $254rM ^r- tin D. Cecil, $77; Ernest Laird, $95; Melvin Lane, $297; WilliSim D. Meredith, $87; Vaughn 0 >ter- street, $84; Clyde K. PeterS)n, $293; Paul W. Pierce, $134;- J. P. Simpson, $193; George C. 2^- drews, $180; Robert G. Rfhl- ing, $339; Johnny Bagwell, $M1; Robert Cole, |18»; Donald Collins, $119; Dona Collins, 192, and Corrine C. Ayers, $158.; Birth Record Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Filippelli, Kenosha, Wis., are the parents of a boy, Daniel Frank, born April 15. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Doyle White, South Lake Storey Road. Mrs. Filippelli is the former Debbie White. Brandt (Continued FYom Page 5) MONMOUTH - Defective brakes were blamed for a truck-car accident Monday at 10:33 a.m. in the 1300 block of South Main Street. Shiriey F. Codling, 49, Omaha, Neb., was driving his car south and attempting to make a left turn when it was struck from behind by a truck driven by Fred H. Wilson, 45, Kirkwood. Wilson was charged with driving a vehicle with defective brakes. A car driven by Michael D. Tomlin, 21, Monmouth, was struck by a Burlington Northern Railroad switch engine Monday at 4:02 p.m. Tomlin was crossing the railroad tracks on Gir- aitl Avenue between North B and North C streets when the switch engine struck the right rear of the car. No charges were made. Keith L. Trevor, 69, 1507 E. Broadway, and Abbas A. EL- Awady, 33, Macomb, we're involved in a 2-car collision Monday at 5:55 p.m. at the corner of North Main Street and Euclid Avenue. The men were driving their cars south when Awady reportedly attempted to make a left turn from the outside lane and drove into the path of the Trevor auto. Trucks driven by Glenn A. Rigdon, 36, and James Thompson, both of near Galesburg, collided Monday at 7:30 a.m. on a gravel road about a mile west of the Henderson County line and just south of U.S. 34. The Thomoson truck was parked when it was struck by the northbound pickup driven by Rigdon. Rigdon was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Arrests : Galesburg police Monday rested Richard L. Asher, *51, 2298 E. Knox St., for batdry aift^ Asher aiMi a eompaifion allegedly attacked two o^er men in a Galesburg tavern. Asher was tkaen into ouatedy later at his residence. Th&second assaliant is being sought. President jour- talks close to Egypt's Anwar Sadat. Early in May Brandt neys to Washington for with President Nixon. These will center not only around matters of disarmament, security and the presence of U.S. troops m Germany but, perhaps more importantly, trade and monetary reform. Then, with only about two weeks in between, Brandt himself will play host to Soviet ! Communist party leader Leonid I. Brezhnev in Bonn. Tribute to Brandt The fact that Brezhnev has elected to visit Bonn ahead of his own scheduled visit toi Three persons were a&sted Monday for disorderly cdDhict. J. Guadalupe Lopez, 42, '812 S. West St., and Jeanette Connally, 29, 263 Fulton St., were diarged with public intoxication after an incident in a local restaurant about 5:30 p.m— Edward Vance, 67, Aurora, was charged after he was picked up near the comer of'Semi- nary and Sinrnums streets about 7:30 p.m. He was intoxicated, pcrfke said. MONMOUTH - Noah C. Strange, 51, 1034 S. First St., was charged Monday at 6:07 p.m. with disorderly conduct. Strange allegedly created a disturbance at 834 S. Second St. Harold L. Hogan, 38, Alexis, was cited Mbnday at 9:45 a.m. for driving while his license was revoked or suspended. Donald G. Kisner, 23, Milan, was charged Monday at 1:30 a .m. with illegal transportation of liquor. Three runaways from Galesburg State Research Hospital were picked up by Monmouth police Monday at 9:38 a.m. and held for hospital officials. The men were Stanley Shawlausky, 25, Ottawa; Robert Fleming, 20, 1429 S. Chambers St., IJales- burg, and Ron MarctK, 22, Canton. Nixon- (Continued From Page 1) Republicans that the White House fully explain the Watergate affair. Nixon has claimed his aides do not have to testify before the Senate committee because they are protected by executive privilege, but the White House indicated afcout two weeks ago that an informal agreement might be worked out. Ervin said his seven-member committee had "virtually agreed" on guidelines under which witnesses would testify. "I contemplate the guidelines will make it clear that every witness who appears before the committee will testify on oath lor affirmation in meetings that Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. Linda Kay (Dana) McClurg, 23, 1427 E. Knox St., and Victor Mesha Thompson, 28. O'Fallon. Miss Lynn A. Bramlett, 18, East Moline, and Stephen M. McLaren, 19, Gilson. Mrs. Gladys M. Johnson, 48, 103 S. Arthur Ave., and Ervin W. Pennington, 48, Custer Hotel. Circuit Court Phyllis Reimolds, 28, Mon- monuth, was placed on probation for three years Monday in Knox County Circuit Court for deceptive practices. John W. Rice, 18, Abingdon, was fined $50 for disorderly conduct. Foned $10 for disorderly conduct were Thomas Keith, 33, 505 Iowa Ave., and Edward Vance, 68, Aurora. Fire Calls iWaiiliingion in June is being'are open to the public a°nd the | (ialesburg firefighters were Interpreted as a tribute to news media," PJrvin said. called to the 900 block of Maple Brandt and to the role lie is Krvin again rejected one Avenue Monday at 7:58 p.m. cx|)ected to play in the White House .suggestion that where a trash fire was burn- emergence of a European, Nixon aides should be allowed ling. There was no loss, community independent of both'to answer questions in writing. | A light ballast short-circuit- Moscow and Washington. , "We don't think that's the Lecture Set The fourth in a series of trauma center lectures will be held in St, Mary's Hoapltal basement elMMppom Wfdnasday at l p.m. Dr. Gilbert Douglas will apeak on abdominal wurks. Professional and madkal Mraonnel are invited, a hofptta) ipokai- man said. way to take testimony," Ervin said. The committee met for two hours in closed session Monday. Economic contacts between the Soviet Union and West Germany have grown swiftly in recent months. The Soviets would welcome German aid ini development of Siberian re- l». • sources and are expected on „ ^ _ '**nli8 the occasion of the Brezhnev ^''^ Cottage Hospital to: visit to sign an agreement ^'^ Mrs. Paul E. Hile-. ed today at 10:05 a.m. at Bennett's Unlimited, 340 E. Main St. There was no fire loss. Firemen were called to 810 S. Farnham St. today shortly after midnight where a furnace overheated. No loss was reported. ert Gale, Galva, and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster authorizing Lufthansa, the German au'line, to fly over Siberia to the Far East. Rounding out Brandt's busy immediate schedule will be a meeting in June with French President Georges Pompidou to coordinate their policies on Chapel. Burial will be in Galva Cemetery. Visitation will be!trade and monetary matters in Thursday from 7-9 p.m. at the preparation for negotiations 'sweat and Elinora Meyers, both funeral home. Memorials may with the United States, of Galva; a son, Kenneth of be made to First United Melh- man, Gilson, a boy at 8:37 p.m. Monday. Divorces Granted McDONOUGH COUNTY - A divorce was granted April 11 in Circuit Court to Larry D. Set- ties, 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell, from PhyUis J. Settles, Bushnell, on grounds of mental cruelty. The couple was married May 17, im- Cptody of two children :Walnut; a daughter, Mrs. Rob-,odist Church, the family said. ,WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! was granted to the fa&er. TMMK A-l WHEN YOU NEED AN AMBUl-ANCE N. a iCHAcnNi, «wMi

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