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-.^y. A^'i; i'^', 1 n-M'-ifW* H'- •mrnti --Wist*. <«I(tv*«««n . AND FUNERALS MRS. UURA fHfiDmCKS AVtOUk Mrs. Laura Mae Fr^ricks, % AUona, died Thursday at S:28 a.m. at Qales* burg Cottage Hospital. Bom Aug. 3, at Lewis- ttm, she spent her early lite in the Lewistown area and later in the Oneida and Altona com* tnunltles. She was ii membr of tfhmanuel Lutheran Church, Altona. She was married to Newton B'redricks at Monmouth, on July 19, 1922, He died in 1981 ; Survivors include a son, Rob ert, GaleHburg; two grandchit dren, and two great-grandchil* dren. ' FunerU will be Saturday at 2 p .mi at Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida, where friends may call Friday evening. The family will not be present for visitation. Burial will be in Oneida Cemetery. JOHN RIESEBEITER ALTONA —• Funeral for John Riesebieter, 78, formerly of Al tona, who died last Saturday was Wednesdav at 2 n.m. at the Hendriclts Funeral Home Oneida. Rev. Stanley Raoo, pastor of the Altona United Church officiated. Burial was in Galva Cemetery. Military rites were Conducted by members of the Altona American Lesion Post, who also were pallbearers. Mill St.. Who died Sunday, was Wednesday at 1:30 pm. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knox^ ville. Rev, John H. Clarke officiated. Burial was at Kno:(ville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold Young, John Derham, Riidolt Miller, Charles B. Johnsob, Ralph Shover and Myron McCoy. HOSPITAL MISS LILLIAN A. HAHN Funeral for Miss Lillian A. Hahn, 88, of 255 W. Tompkins St., who died Monday, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at HincWIff - Pearson-West Chapel by Dr. Kermit Petersen, pastor of Flr.1t United Presbyterian Cliurch. Entombment was at Hope Abbey. Honorary pallbearers were Carl Price, Henry Shaner, Roy Martin, Harold Ziehr Jr., Richard Grant and John Shaner. CHARLES K. REAMS Funeral for Charles R. Reams, 66, of BerWyn, formerly of I Galesburg, was conducted at 3 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel by Rev. Robert McEtonald, pastor, of Emmanuel United Methodist Church. Burial was at Wataga. Mr. Remns died Tuesday. St. Mary's ADMISStON^ WebNESDAY: Miss Ldri Bushong, Oquawka Joseph Duffy, 242 S. Seminary St. Jeffrey Hllgenberg, 989 E. Knox St. Forest Holslnger, Abingdon Mrs. Lorraine C. Lynn, Oneida Mrs. Pamela A. Mohnen, Abingdon Mrs. Ethel Paulsgrove, 927 S. Kellogg St. Miss Debra Rafferty, 616 S. West St. Henry R, Stegall, Abingdon Miss Ann M. Taylor, 1704 Oriole Dr. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY! Mrs Ednah E. Sharpe, 686 W. Berrien St. Mrs. Janice M. Genlslo, Woodhull Mrs. Lillian C. Grabill, 85 W. North St. Mrs. Mary E. Cecil, 1108 Grand Ave. Allan D. Robinson, Washington Arthur L. Reece, 235 S. Chambers St. Clarence W. Tucker, Knoxville Donald M. O'Donnell, Abingdon Mrs. Gloria L. Yeomans, 1260 E. Fremont St. C. Kenneth Flickenger, Gilson James E. Irwin, Abingdon Kevin R. Peck, Abingdon Clyde A- Anderson, 1062 N. Fflmham St. ^ ^ Roy R. Damewood, Monntbuth Mrs.. Olive D. Piatt, Trenton, N. J. Rftndy Brzee Jir., Oneida Mrs. Judy Gabel, 354 S. Chambers St. ; A^ual Jaycee Waiter £gg Html Set for Saturday MONMOUTH ^ The annual Jaycee-sponsored Easter Egg Hum is scheduled (or Saturday from 9^10 a:m. at the Monmouth Park. Chilidren from one to 10- years of age are requested to meet at the baseball diamond. They will be divided into «ge groups and each category will have a designated area in which to hunt for eggs. Prizes will be given in each age group. In case of rain, the egg hunt will be held April 28, same place and time. TV or Not- (Continued From Page 6) Today *8 Record traffic Conrt Jack Todd Williams, 20, Riverview, Mich., was fined ISO Wednesday hi Trifflc Division Of Knox County Circuit Court for speeding. WiUiaths was cited fOr drivfaig 100 mph in a 70 mph zone. Roy L. Hawkins, 19, Monmouth, was fined $25 for spinning tires. Fined $20 were Carl K. Hutton, 50, 56 Walnut Ave., driving with an expired license, and Larry E. Johnson, "I7j 1126 Bateman St., speeding. Others fined Wednesday for speeding were Jack G. Ber- tlaux, 20, Berwick, $13; M. Jean Mummey, 20, 593 N. Academy St., $14; Ross E. Danlevey, 72, 1670 Baird Ave., $17; Ehton F. Chaplin, 40, Bettendorf, $14; Charlie E. Johnson, 35, Knoxville, $11; Steven L. Howe, 19, Monmouth, $15, and Terry J. Watkhis, 24, no address listed, $14. Fined $10 for speeding were Norman E. Linze, 27, Monmouth; Edward L. Hammond, 43, no address listed; Paul R. Skinner, 34, of near Galesburg; Darryl M. Hal), 17, 1168 E. Fremont St.; Danald W. Wllley, 65, Maquon, and Ingrid A. Muller Kobald, 18. 1260 N. KeUogg St. Stop signal violations resulted In $10 fines for Willis D. Shaw Jr., 19, 815 N. Cherry St.; Duane E. McMeekan, 27, Woodhull, and Leonard B. May, 25, 1181 Accommodation St. Charles C. Clark, 56, Wataga, was fined $10 each for Illegally parking on a highway and teing intoxicated on a public road. Others fined $10 Wednesday . . . • iWere Frances F. Ward, 59, 413 SIX years in "Mission: mposs -^^^^^^ registration viola- K^•^''uf°'*^!f'^»r ^"^^^^ Jeppie L. Harris HI, 17, 'Whiplash" and "Court-Mar- -gg 'j, ^^^^^ ^^ ^ "al- ieyegliasses when riding a leave for Hawaii for yet another turn in the sun. "I have a contract with Paramount for some motion pictures ahd television movies," he said. "It*s good not to have a series for a year or so. I don't miss the pressure at all. I'm taking time to find a new show that will Ibe exactly right for me. "I don't think it's a good idea to go directly from one series to another, although I wish Lome well. Ben Cartwright was a strong character^ There is a danger viewers will tend to identify him with the new role Lome will be playing. That's one of the reasons I'm not in a hurry for another series. My role as Jim Phelps was strong, too. It's best that I let his image cool for a while and come back in something smashing." The debonair Graves is a series veteran. In addition to Marriage LicenMS KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. Martha A. (Steeklein) Sutter, 54, and Dwight E. Horn, 5$, both oT Davenport. MCDONOUGH COUNTY Marriage licenses were Issued in the county clerk's office last week to Allen E. Paul of near Marietta and Ptttrlcia E. Downing Young, Marietta; Randal Keith Brewer, 125 W. Hail St., Bushnell, and Peggy Jean Kirby, Prairie City, and John E. Ewing, 278 W. Hurst St., Bushnell, and Terry L. Pollard, 568* Maple Ave.. Gale.v burg. STARK COmTL - Don Edmund O'Neill and Marcia Dianne Terwiiliger, both of Wyoming. STARK COUNTY - Robert Arnold, Toulon, and Dennis Donavan, Wyoming were placed on probation for one year when they appeared April 13 in Stailc County Circuit Court on charges of possession of marijuana. Vicki Malamphy and Marcia Stubbs, who were arrested with Arnold and Donavan, appeared in court earlier and had been placed on a year's probation. Arnold was also given a year's probation on a charge of theft under $150, and was ordered to make restitution for property he took. Golfesburo Re9istef >Moil, Gdltsburg, III. Thursdoy, April 19, 1973 9 Earmarked Road Dollars Not for Transit Projects FRANK PICKREL KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Frank Pickrel, 89. of 502 E. Whatever th» , ^ WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists WN. BROAD I4MU1 . Mrs. Laura M«* Fridricks Altona, III. Services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY At HENDRICKS FUNJ^RAL HOME. Where frienc^ may call Friday evenii^. Family will not be present ioi^ visitation. Bu-' rial in the Oneiida Cemetery. Memorials may bl m^de to the Emmanuil LU%Mi Church. - Mrs. lux I. Castillo 1152 Lancaster St. Funeral Services: 11 A.M. - SATURDAY FOLEY MORTUARY. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Friday evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in Joseph's Cemetery. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Lois M. Cooley, Oneida Terry R. Rice, Williamsfield Tammy B. Florence, 1087 W. Berrien St. Mrs. Janeth K. Mclntyre, 555 Knolicrest Dr. Timothy E. Longcor, 191 Maple Ave. Mrs. Ethel Curry, New Boston Steven P. Yulga, 80 S. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Bessie B. Landis, ^ Bardolph Nancy S. Rule, Macomb Michael D. Johnson, Williamsfield Mrs. VeraS. Gabel, • 233 Columbus Ave. Mrs. Edna M. Hodge, Williamsfield Tim D, Whitman, Oneida Dr. Albert W. Koratsky, 251 W. South St. Daniel Zefo, Wataga Steven F. Maxwell, 722 S. West St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: William J. Kenney, Henderson Robert L. Deny, 1375 Oriole Dr. Miss Pamela S. Langenbahn, 970 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Jacquelyn J. Bybee, 1237 Bridge Ave. Mrs. Mary C. Grawey, Galesburg Route 2 Kenneth L. Hardine Jr., 1232 Dayton Dr, hm*^l Winiinfe Toulon SuMtr K. WiM|' Toulon JUlie A. Gulleit) MaqUon Mrs, QoWa E. Wolf, Davenport Mrs. Marcy D. Osborne, 558 N. Seminary.St. Mrs. Dariene A. Moore, 878 E. South St. Carl W. Sundell, 1491 E. North St: Mrs. Delia J- Santamaria> 638 Peck St. Mrs. Qoldie I. Thomas, Maquwi Pamela S. Davis, Knoxville Mrs. Carol J. Hawkinson, Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. Gisela Benson, 1566 Rock Island Ave. I'd like to be human again," Graves said."Jim Phelps had no private or personal life. The audience' was left to build a background fOr him and Other characters on 'Misston: linpos- [sible,'". \ • • The studio doesn't have a particular: type of show in mind for me. I don't think a situation comedy would be right. Or il lough detective. "But it isn't possible for an actor to see himself in a specific image. How easy is it for anybody to see himself as others do? 'Fury' was the story of a man and his boy and a horse. It's been rerun in various parts of the cbUntry for a whole new audience. The character I played In that show back in 1955 was entirely different from Jim Phelps." Graves starred this year in a 90-minute television movlie, "Call to Danger," deslgnc|d as a pilot for a new, series. He played a secret government agent working with computers.* "It was too close to Phelps" Graves concluded. "I can wait." Divorces Granted MONMOUTH - Three divorces were granted Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court on grounds of mental cruelty. Holly Jane Cox was granted a divorce from Edward Denis Cox and awarded custody of a minor child. They were married Nov. 29, 1969, in New Hampshire. ]3onald L. Todd was given a divorce from Judith L. Todd. They were married Jiily 13, 1972, in Warren County. Suellen Nan Lamb was granted a divorce from Richard L. Lamb. Custory of a minor child was awarded to the mother. The Lambs were married July 17, 1968, at Monmouth. MONMOUTH-Julie A. Boughton was granted a divorce Wednesday in Warren County Circuit Court froon Robert Lee Boughton on grounds of mental cruelty. The cquple wia mar- mm. 2, 19M, at Monmouth. Custody of two minor children was awarded to the mother. Men Refuse Date, Women Attack motcrcycle; Cyril W. Corbin, 74,/East Ga]|eshurgi failing to redUde speed to avoid an accident; ,WiUlam L, Smith, 19, Gil^n, excessive acceleration; Francis 0. Betz, 60, 5 E, Main St., failing to yield ths.right of way; \Jack T. Clay Jr., 44, 543 W. First St., lane violation; Rodney Murray, 20, 1461 Lindsey Lane, faulty brakes, and Stanley G. Pumfrey, 79, Gilson, safety test violation. MONMOUTH - Edward F. Stevens, 17, Monmouth, pleaded guilty WednesdSy in Warren County Circuit Court to an April 7 charge of disorderly condlict and was fined $100. MONMOUTH - Fined $10 for speeding were levied Wednesday in Traffic Division of Warren County Circuit Court against Jimmle L, Marshall, 38, Carthage; William F. Everet, 22, Mt. Prospect; Edward E. Hale III, 33, jMolihe, and Marshall E. Nylin, 33,'Oquawka. Arrests John Edward Strickland, 21, 383 W. Tompkins St., was arrested Wednesday by Galesburg police for aggravated battery stemming from an earlier incident in which he reportedly at^ ticked a Monmouth man at a Qtlesburg bar. Eight juveniles, ranging in age from 10-15- years- old, were taken into custody Wednesday and reportedly admitted breaking into the Famham Street School, 176 N. Famham St., earlier this week, where miscellaneous items valued at $125 were stolen. A police detective signed juvenile petitions against the youths, who were tol4 to appear in court later and re leased to their parants. MONMOUTH - James L. Payne, 19, 614 E. Broadway, was charged today at'3:22 a.m. with disturbing the peace I^ayne was arrested on a complaint by Dean Stewart for play irg his guitar. Cecil M. Alberts, 49, lOU S. Ninth St., was charged Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. with spilling a load on a highway, peter M. Loscano, 36, Colches ter, was charged Wednesday at 10:40 a.m. with driving while intoxicated. Traffic At-ciilenls Pamela Nohnen, 23, Abing don, was in fair condition today in St. Mary's Hospital after the oar in which she was riding, driven by Jerry A. Nohnen, 21, Abingdon, struck the back of another car Wednesday about 4:15 p.m. on 111. 41 a mile south of Knox County Highway 10, setting off a chain of collisions 'that eventually involved four cars. State police said the Nohnen car hit one driven by Arsenic Pica, 31, Abingdon, pushing it into one operated liy Larry L. Sims, 28, Roseville. The Sims lA ^ehlde was pushed forward into back of a car driven by Maxine Bennett, 48, Abingdon. Ail four ears were southbound, police said. Jerry Nohnen was treated and released at St. Mary's. He was charged with fiailing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Howard E. Welsh, 20, 363 Maple Ave., was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his car was involved in a collision Wednesday shortly after 8 a.m. with one operated by Sandra D. Nelson, 29, 129 High- iTand Ave., at the corner of Maple Avenue and North Street. A ticket for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident was issued to Sandra J. Fleisher, 16, Maquon, after her car struck the back of one operated by Gerald D. Fisher, 35, 269 Maple Ave., causing it to hit the back of a car driven by Helen J. Woodford, 37, Wyoming, 111., Wednesday about noon. The mishap occurred in the 1000 block of North Henderson Street. The intersection of Cherry and Ferris streets was the scene of an accident Wednesday at 5 p.m. when a car driven by Sandra K. Alien, 30. 872 Olive St., struck one driven by Geraldine P. Meadows, 61, 516 N. Prairie St. Geraldine Meadows was charged with failing to yield the right of way. By HOWARD FIELDS WASHINGTON (UPI) - The House refused today to allow portions of the earmarked highway trust funds to be spent on mass transit projects in the cities. The vote was 215 to 190. The key vote came on an amendment to a federal aid to highways bill by Rep. Glenn Anderson, D-Calif., to allow the $700 million urban share of the |7 billion-a-year trust fund to be spent on buses, subways or commuter trains instead of highways. Immediately after the vote, Jim Wright, D-Tex., chairman of a House investigations subcommittee, announced he was looking into charges that Department of Transportation officials illegally used public funds to lobby for a mass transit bill. The administration unsuccessfully has urged Congress to open the public trust fund for mass transportation, and Wright said Republican mem- City^ County Offices Close Good Friday All Knox County Courtlibuse offices and the City Hall in Galesburg will be cliosed on Good Friday, April 20. However, state and federal offices will remain open and the Galesburg Register-Mail will publish. Financial institutions will remain open but industrial plant employes will have a holiday. The Galesburg Public Library will be closed as will the offices at Intra State Telephone Co. and Illinois Power Co. Because of the Easter holiday water bills normally due on April 20 may be paid April 23, according to Mrs. Gertrude Park, city treasurer. The Galesburg Post Office will operate on a regular schedule. Grocery stores will remain open. Public school children will have a vacation from Friday through next Tuesday. Catholic students, who are on vacation, will return to classes next week. The Knox County Farm Adviser's office, 95 N. Seminary St., will be closed. hers of the Public Works Committee alleged illegal lobbying. Wright gave no details. For the third time since 1970, the House yielded to arguments that use of the trust fund for non-highway purposes would be unfair to highway users who provide the fund through taxes on gasoline, th'es and weight taxes on heavy trucks. Mass transit proponents argued unsuccessfully that cities, heavily choked by cars and polluted by exhaust fumes, sorely needed rapid transit facilities. The Senate already has passed a federal aid to highways bill allowing cities to spend $850 niillion of the fund on mass transit. Urban and rural congressmen are divided on the issue. Many of the former say there akeady has been too much highway building and that mass transit is a better answer to both transportation and pollution problems. Many rural congressmen argue that more highways are needed and that if part of the fund is given to non-highway purposes now it all may disappear in the future. The administration and the country's two organizations of mayors are among those lobbying for the mass transit amendment. Opposing them is a highway lobby including truckers and construction interests. Rep. John B. Anderson, D- Tex.,_ noted in House debate Wednesday that President Nixon In his energy message the same^ day urged Congress to promote mass transit to conserve gasoline. Rep. Jim Wright, D-Tex., manager of the bill reported out of . the Public Works Committee—without the mass transit provision—argued that the bill allowed cities to give back their portion of the trust fund and seek up to $6.1 billion for mass transit from general [Treasury funds. Kerner Attorney Asks Judge To Throw Out Convictions CHICAGO (UPI)-A federal judge today was asked to throw out the convictions of former Illinois Gov. Otto Kerner in a racetrack stock bribery trial. Paul Connolly, chief defense counsel, told U.S. District Judge! Robert Taylor the government's entire case against Kerner hinged on a charge of perjury. He said although a federal court jury had found Kerner Fire Culls Galesburg firefighters were called to 726 Lawrence Ave. Wednesday about 4:30 p.m. when the motor on a clothes dryer overheated. There was no fire loss. Circuit Court Gerald H. Asher, 50, 280 Columbus Ave., was fined $75 Wednesday in Knox County Circuit Court for battery. The charge resulted after Asher and another Galesburg man attacked Foley MORTUAIY 166 N. Broad St. 342-1913 SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI) — Three women with knives attacked two young men Marriage Licenses | , authorities Wednesday and stabbed one of KNOX COUNTY - Miss pe-jcortlmg to aumormes. them. borah S. Gilmore, 20, and Rich- u i Jerry Harrad. 26, who wasjard M: Barton, 23, both of 906; Hirlli Itecord Feb. 19 of bribery, conspiracy, mail fraud, perjury and income tax evasion. He still maintains his position as a U.S. Appeals Court judge, and is the first such jurist ever convicted. His codefendant, former Illinois Revenue Director Theodore J. Isaacs, 62, was convicted on similar charges and faces a maximum of 73 years in prison and a $73,000 fine. The jury, after a six-week trial, found both guilty on all 19 ing that they accepted racs- track stock as a bribe and helped a racetrack owner become a millionaires in return. Extension Group Chooses Officers Mrs. Charles Shaw discussed outdoor planters and hanging gardens when Ontario Home Extension Unit members met April 12 at her home. Miss Esther Shaw was assisting hostess. Mrs. DeWaine Roberts and Mrs. Stuart England joined the unit. Guests were Mrs. Ray Pheiffer, Mrs. Charles Lyons, Mrs. William Melton and Mrs. Howard Roberts. Officers elected for the com ing year include Mrs. Edward Bowman, chairman; Mrs. Max Olson, first vice chairman; Mrs. Kenneth Olson, second vice chairman; Mrs. Ben Windsor, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Gerald . Douglass, public information, and Mrs. Don Lopeman, 4-H chairman, Mrs. Irving Shaw will host the unit's next meeting June 14 at 2 p.m. MONMOUTH - Miss Rita M. Daniey, 21, of near Monmouth, received minor injuries in a 2- car accident Wednesday at 7 p.m. on 111. 164 at the Keithsburg blacktop junction. Miss Daniey was treated at Community Memorial Hospital and ^ M?s\^ Daniey was driving east Hostcd hy TwO v/hen Jason W. Thomas, 61, GREENBUSH - Edith and Biggsville, reportedly drove into I Lulu Simmons were hostesses Grceiibush Group her path from the Keithsburg blacktop. Thomas was charged with failure to yield the right of way. A car driven by Robert B. Wynne, 58, 411 S. B St., was struck Wednesday at 11:09 a.m. by an auto operated by Thomas E. Nees, 27, Roseville. Wynne was driving north on C Street when his car was struck in the side by the Nees car, which was being backed from a driveway at 1021 S. C St. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Sharon , ^ ,. .Elaine Denniston against Gary two patrons at a bar earlier, ac-JLeg Denniston. when members of the Green bush Homemakers Extension Unit met April 18. Grecnbush Pitch Club will meet at the Community Center here April 28 at 6:30 p.m. A potluck dinner will be served, and pitch games will be played afterward. James A. Cook, Ashland, is speaking at special services scheduled nightly at Greenbush Church through ^ril 20. The services, open to the public, start at 7:30 p.m. Nurse at Cottage To Lead Talks Mrs. Okie Marshall, RN, operating room supervisor at Cottage Hospital, will be among leaders of a s}mnposium on hospital infection control May 4-5 in Peoria. Hospital personnel from throughout central Illinois will attend the intensive 2^ay program, sponsored by the Organization of Operating Room Nurses and Technicians of the Peoria area. Mrs. Marshall will introduce the program and serve as moderator for two discussion sessions. An estimated 150 persons are expected to attend the event. guilty of that charge, there ^^^;^T^ir{i ;&r;entci^av^ strong evidence that the conviction should not stand. "This case, it has been said . . . was a test of credibility," he said. "There isn't any doubt that perjury waa the keystone of the government's case." Connolly argued that the questions to which Kerner had allegedly given false answers before the federal grand jury which indicted him were vague and subject to different interpretations. Since the perjury charge was based on those answers, Connolly said, the perjury conviction should be thrown out. Since that was the nub of the government's case, he said, the convictions on counts of bribery, mall fraud, and conspiracy and income tax evasion could not stand either. The judge was to hear further arguments on defense requests for a new trial or for reversal of the jury's decision. If he denies the motions, he is scheduled to sentence Kerner later today. Kerner could be given a maximum of 83 years in prison and a $93,000 fine. Kerner, 64, was convicted Strike by Ozark Mechanics Real Possibility: Union ST. LOUIS (UPI)-A strike by mechanics at Ozark Air Lines loomed as a "serious possibility" today after contract talks between the company and mechanics' union broke down. Oliver Delle Femine, national director of the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association, said he could call a strike of the 560 mechanics "at any minute." We don't believe in setting strike deadlines because we believe we could get a last-ditch offer," Delle Femine said. "A strike is a serious possibility sometime during the Easter holiday period, and if there is a strike I believe it will be a long one." He said the association is seeking salary increases averaging 5.5 per cent in each year of a two-year contract. The old contract expired March 31, 1972. Delle Femine said the company's last offer was for wage boosts of 3.6 per cent. The last negotiating session was held Wednesday in St. Louis. A company spokesman refused to say whether talks would be resumed. He said no talks were scheduled for today. Ozark serves 62 cities in 15 states, mostly in the Midwest. Now You Know ... By United Press International In 1844, Nauvoo, 111., had twice the population of Chicago. THINK A-l WHEN YOU NEED AN AMBULANCE 4. M. SCHACTNIR, Owner hospitalized, told women assaulted because he turned offer for a "date." police the the men down their McClure St. Miss Wanda L. Williams, 20, and David L. Britton, 21, both of 40 W. Third St. Born at Cottage HoipUai te: Mr. and Mrs. Willard Morgan, 549 N. Broad St.; a boy at 5:25 a.m. today. Thefls The Register-Mail Wednesday MONMOUTH - Michael Lov- ijicorrectly reported a suit filed! itt. 324 N. E St.. reported to by Evelyn G. Cooper against;police today at 7 a.m. that William H. Cooper as a divorce j someone stole the bittery from action. The suit asks for sep- his truck Uit nifbt. The truck arate maintenance. was parked in m driveway. HOLY COMMUNION Tonight 7:30 P.M. Ancient Tenebrae Service (Cait of SixtMn) SPECIAL MUSIC FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ICeiio«« « Nrrii ih. Dr. Robert S. White. Minister

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