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\ •Si 1 T 1 J fttrntON STAATS fiurton LilUiy Stiats, 73, <rf 3411 S. Peail it. ditd Fdday at .8:15 p.m. at St. Mail's HM' pital. He had beeii « tiMtddian for schMl district 20ft tttitU iftH. He has also been a OilestNifl Register-Mail driver since then. He was tram My 8, 1899, at RoseviMe, and was graduated from Galesburg High School in ldl9. He had Uved at the South Pearl Street address 24 years. He married Margaret Gum> merson Feb. 29,1948, at Wauite- gan. She survives with a son Wayne, dalesburgi a stepson, Barl Wilkins, Bdmont, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Tate, Juneau, Alaska; two stepdau^* Mrs. Susan Stotts and of ters, Mrs. both RiAy Coziahr, Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Luella iiiedy, Bradenton, Fla.; seven grandchildren, 11 step-grand- ohildren, three greait-grandchil- dren and 17 step^reat-grand- children. Funerid will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Hlncyiff-Pearson- Ohapel, where friends may call Monday evening. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. I was «inethwr of tmtA gregational Funeral will be tuesdiy at 10 a.m. at HinchUf('Pears<Mi« West Chanel, and cremation will iflUow. VisititkMi m be Monday evming tt the diapel. MRS. JOHN ALLEN Mrs. John Allen, MRS. LUZ CASTILLO Funeral for Mrs. Luz Castillo, 91, of 1152 Lancaster St., who died Wednesday, was today at 11 a.m. at Foley Mortuary. Rev. Daniel McCaul, pastor of St. Patrick's Church, officiated. Burial was at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Reuben Valdez, Joe Valdez, Frank Centeno, Michael Ramirez, Raymond Ramirez and Jesse Ponce. MRS. ETHEL HODSON DALLAS CITY Mrs. Ethel Dallas 97^ Toulon, died Friday at 2:45 p.m. at her home* The former AUce Brady wad born Sept. 10, 1875, in Stark County. She married John Allen in 1897 at Toulon He died in 1947. Mrs. Allen was a member of the St. John's Catholic Church»Toulon, and the church's Altar and Rosary Society. Survivors include two daugh* ters, Miss Margaret Allen, Jacksonville, and Miss PauUne Allen •t home; five grandchildren, and 29 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Dominic's Catholic Church, Wyoming. Burial will be at Toulon Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 7-9 p.m. at Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. MISS LAURA WILLITS ALEXIS — Miss Laura Ann Willits, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis A. Willits of Alexis Route 2, died at Moline Public Hospital Friday at 10:30 a.m. Death was attributed to natural causes. She was born May' 17, 1961, at Moline, and was a fifth grade student at Seaton Elementary School. Surviving with her parents are two brothers, Jeff and Louis, and a sister, Carrie, all at home; her maternal grand isfer ^MoiL Galesburg^ Sdturddy, April 21, 1973 9 Trilfic Aecidentfi No tickets were issued and no injuries wefe reported after cart driven by David M. Rich' ardson, 17, of near Galesburg, and Timothy E. Purl, 16, Al)ing' don, collided in front of 914 N. Henderson St. Friday at 11:52 Easter Vacation There is barely room for the people between cars lining the shoreline at Deytona Beach, Fla., a mecca of sorts for thou- sands of college students every year at Easter vacation time. UNIFAX p.m. Deborah S. 1153 Poole, 20, Sweetbriar Place, was charg* ed.with improper lane usage after her car collided with one driven by Ronald W. Boughton, 30, Oquawica, in front of 69 N. p.m. when he wreclced his car 111. 135 about one mile north of Little York. He was treated at Community Memorial Hospital for head injuries and then released. Krug was driving north in a heavy rain and told pdlice he was attempting to keep on the road by watching the center strip. He lost sight of the strip, swerved off he road and struck a tree. Elwyn N. Bower, 41, Roseville, was injured Friday at 5 Illinois, Wisconsin Are Hit By Floods; Close Highways (Continued From Page 2) mother, Mrs. Annis Short, Barr-icommunities of^Ada and Pauls Siarah Hodson, 82, of City, died Friday at Park Manor Burlington, Nursmg I^ome, nett. Mo.; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Purm Willits, Keithsburg, and uncles, aunts and cousins Iowa. She was born March 18, 1891, in Hancock County. She married Eizia Pearce in 1910. He preceded he^ In death. She married Henry Young in 1936, and he also preceded her in death. She married. JFred Hodson inJ C-^metery. 1963. She was a member of First Christian Church, Dallas City. She is survived by two sons, Kenneth Pearce, Carman, and Lloyd Young, Mendon; a daughter, Mrs. Lois Brown, Burlington ; eight grandchildren; 27 great - grandchildren; three brothers, Truman Long, Carthage, Charles Long, Ferris, and Willis Long, Warsaw, and two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Smith, Carthage, and Mrs. Jesse Thompson, LaHarpe. Funeral Valley Friday. The twister that ripped Ada left at least 21 persons injured, including a 22-month-old child. Funeral will be at the^Resicr who was hospitalized in critical Chapel Aledo. Monday at 2 condition. The streets of Ada early today across much of the and three Mississippi tornadoes o.m., with Rev. Claude Moreland, nastor of First Baotist Church, Aledo. officiating, '''riends may call Sunday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home, ^tirjal will be at New Boston were strewn with debris and downed power lines and telephone service and power were Interrupted in much of the town. There were no iniuries at Valley were reported in southwestern Missouri early today, though there were no reports of injuries. Rains Drench VaUey Heavy rains drenched much of the Mississippi Valley and flash flood watches were in effect for eastern Iowa and len with water diverted from the swollen Mississippi River. A storm continued to spread snow over the northern Rockies and the western Plains today, where a blizzard Fridav left U.N.' (Continued From Page 1) envoy Sweden Gunnar V. Jarring of invited to be Henderson St. Saturday at 12:51 a.m. Cars driven by David L. Downin, 19, Berwick, and aaude E. Wagner, 62, 418 S. Famham St., coUided in the first block of South Kellogg Street Friday at 8:04 p.m. No tickets were issued. The,intersection of Main and Pearl streets was the scene of an accident Friday at 4:13 p.m. Cars involved were driven by Ralph D. Nalley, 18, 73 N. Pearl St., and Francis E. Bailey, 37, 1572 N. West St. Nalley was charged with failure to yield the right of way. Harriett M. Wilt, 66, of near Galesburg, was cited for failure to yield the right of way after the car she was driving collided with one driven by Timothy L. Griffith, 25, 288 Indiana Ave., in front of 913 E. Main St. Friday at 5:40 p.m. Cars driven by John C. Dawson, 61, 1412 Monmouth Blvd.. and Michael A. Yard, 16, 787 Monroe St., collided at the intersection of Main and Chambers streets Friday at 3:15 p.m. Dawson was charged with failure to yield the right of way. MONMOUTH^- Dean R. Krug, 19, Kirkwood, received Billings, Mont., zard Friday isolated. Bliz- remained of eastern Missouri. Pauls mjuries but a twister Valley, struck a non-patient building at lUDc MADf/^iwT A lu^/i/^iuE^ thc Pauls Valloy State Home, MRS. MARION A. McCONE ^^^^j^g ^^^^g^ estimated at Marion A. ^^^^ ^j^^^^ $500,000. The thunderstorms continued Heavy flash portions ^ains also triggered a flood watch for portions of the Chicago metropolitan area. warnmgs effect today in eastern central Montana and m and heavy was present for the review. Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohammed H. Zayyat said he was returning to Cairo andjmirjor injuries in a 1-car acci- planned to be back for the dent Friday at 11:10 p.m. on council review on May 28. The council met for a little more than an hour Friday after U.S. Ambassador John A. Scali persuaded British and French diplomats to water down a ^^^„, „ strongly worded anti-Israel snow warnmgs were m effee i,^g ^lJtf^„ they sponsored, for the higher mountains of New Mexico. Ambassadors Agree British Ambassador Sir Colin on U.S. 34 about a mile west of Kirkwood. Bower was taken to Community Memorial Hospital, where he was reported in satisfactory condition today. Bower was attempting to negotiate a curve when his car ran off the road, struck a creek bank, swerved back onto the highway and overturned. Terry L. Moore, 19, Alexis, escaped injury Friday at 7:40 a.m. when he wrecked his cdr on the Alexis blacktop about six miles north of U.S. 34. Moore was driving south. He crested a hill and saw a car in the road which had been involved in a wreck. When he applied his brakes, his car skidded off the road, went down an embankment and struck a fence. Cars driven by Steven D. Huff, 21, Silvis, and Jerry A. Trimble, 17, Monmouth, collided Friday at 6:56 p.m. on the public square. Trimble was eastbound around the square when his car was struck in the left side by the Huff auto. No charges were made. Donald L. Fisher, 27, Kirkwood, was charged by Macomb District State Police with driving while intoxicated and illegal transportation of liquor following an accident two miles south of Gladstone today at 3 a.m. According to police reports, Fisher's car was stuck in a ditch, and Dale G. Lukens, 46, Gladstone, was attempting to pull the car out. Fisher accelerated and struck Lukens car in the side. Sharon A. Schroeder, 18, Gladstone, was cited by state police ST. LOUIS (UPI)-A National Crowe and French Ambassador Levee workers continued will be Monday at John Sargeant. J0:30 a.m at Fiedler Funeral Home, Dallas City. Rev. Dale Carson, pastor of First Christian Church, will officiate. Burial will be at McKay Cemetery near Bumside. Visitation will be the funeral home Sunday Funeral for Mrs. McCone, 69, who died Thursday at her home, 552 E. Third St., was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. Kenneth Goodell, pastor of Faith United Methodist Church. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joseph Collura, Harold Whittles, Walter Swanson, Ronald McCarthy, William'Wlneberg and o • . 1 < ^.toui^ de Guiringaud agreed to Weather Service meteorologistk^^^^ eheir resdIuMdn. wWch shore up dikes and levees at!*^^^^ P"^^^^*^^ condemned th Morgan aty La., against the, j^^^.^ rising Atchafalaya River, sml-ij^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^.^ HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Kevin Lee, Galesburg Route 1 for driving too fast for condi- rainfall in the northern Missis Food Products Are Recalled For Possible Botulism Peril year on the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. AI Bertram of the National Weather Service office here said the record crests probably would be from Dubuque, Iowa, to Cape Girardeau, Mo. originally condemned the April 10 Israeli commando raid on Beirut without mentioning Arab guerrilla attacks, with a provision that the council condemn "all acts of violence." Arab activities still were not mentioned in the revised resolution, but neither were those of the Israelis. The Israel commando attack at from 7-8 p.m. MRS. JOHN H. RISSER Mrs. John H. Risser, 80, of 926 N. Priarle St. died at 5:17 a.m. today at St. Mary's Hospital. The former Anna Mae Harter was born April 21, 1893, at FranKlin, Ind., and had lived in Galesburg since 1936. She married John H. Risser Dec. 28, 1919, at Marion, Ind. He survives with a sister, Mrs. Erschel Fowler in Florida. She EDWARD A. ST. GEORGE Funeral for Edward A. St. George, 63, of 1880 Grand Ave., who died Thursday at St. Mary's Hospital, was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel by Rev. G. Harold Ahlberg, pastor of Covenant Church. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Raymond Steck, Walter Smith, Auggie Gatt, John Spencer, Charles Slice and William Mates. WASHINGTON (U P I) of food products, of injuries. frozen chicken din- for first-class Thousands including destined Rainfall of up to five inches struck at the heart of downtown and left three Arab Israel said there have been no reports^^^ ^^p^^^^^ ^^^^.^g ^j^^ night i Beirut iguerrilla leaders in many areas. dead. C, W, CHRISTUNSON GALVA - Funeral for ners passengers on an airline, are being recalled because of possible botulism contamination, according to the Food and Drug Administration. The airborne dinners involved The products, ranging from elude: were sold to United Air Lines. 4 It was not known whether any of them had been consumed. Botulism poisoning can cause illness and death. The recalled products in- **Five inches of rain under said the strike was in retalia- already flooding conditions enough to cause another flood,'* Bertram said. is tion for previous guerrilla attacks on Israeli installations ''I would say the outlook is very grim, indeed/' Bertram said in an interview. pizzas and bagels to beefsteaks French *Teople were getting a little too optimistic that the flooding sterner in other countries. The British and envoys also agreed to delete a provision warning Israel that if attacks were repeated, measures might be such mushrooms canned by Franirr*-had our fingers crossed the National Fish Division olf^^ ^^^^^ knowing that the Atlantic and Pacific Stores and Mushroom Co. Inc., Ravenna. N.Y. AU of that firm's mushrooms, an estimated 500,000 pounds, are being recaUed because of suspected botulinus bacteria, distributed to A&P outlets across the country. An room, estimated 3,300 mush- olive and pimiento Arabs are Displeased Arab delegates and their floods started early this year i backers, displeased with the watered-down resolution, asked and we were just going into the spring rain situation. '*WQ may go all the way into the summer with flood condi- C.jed Walter Christianson, 59, of Gal- pizzas made by Macabee Foodsltions fluctuating." mcludmg those now mcorporat-|]nc., Haekensack, N.J. va who died Monday, was at First United Methodist Church Thursday. Rev. James W. Hancock officiated. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Stanley Cowley, Gordon Knoblick, Al Heck, Leon Lewin, M. George Kernes and Irving Anderson. into the food products of other manufacturers. for and received additional time to consider the changes and the council session was adjourned until today, Guiringaud confused the issue that he would Mrs, Cecilia Murphy, Galesburg Route 2 Harold O. Nelson, Knoxville Mrs. Cheryl D.. Snyder, LaFayette DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Leland J. Rhodes, Gilson Mrs. Onalee Coffey, Galva Miss Lori L. Bushong, Oquawka Miss Ann M. Taylor, 1704 Oriole Dr. Michael D. Durkin, Abingdon Jeffrey T. Hilgenberg, 989 E. Knox St. Mrs. Jo Ann Clark, Gilson Mrs. Pamela A. Mohnen, Abingdon Mrs. Clara R. Ryner, Alexis Donald D. Jacobson, AUona Mrs. Marilyn Peakc, Alexis Mrs. Florence M. Conrad, 1461 W. Waters St. Mrs. Effic M. Colllnson, Galva Mrs. Cora B. HullAbingdon M'-s, Donna R. Foster, Cameron tions after the pick-up truck she jwas driving went off the road land struck a power pole while she was negotiating a curve 3V2 miles south of Gladstone Friday at 9 p.m. Lisa J. Nichols, 2, Stronghurst, a passenger in the truck, received head lacerations which required m treatment, according to police. Arrests 3TJ w The Mississippi at St. Louis —An estimated 1,200 boneless earlier this month reached a by declaring breast of chicken dinners with crest of 39,8 feet, the highest in!accept an anvendment backed The FDA said it had no way mushroom gravy sold to United,more than two decades. Flood by Guinea, India, Indonesia and of knowing immediately how many of the products are still on grocery shelves or in the how manv have homes, or already been consumed. But it Airlines for first class service, and 300 cases of other chicken dinners, all made by Manische- witz Food Products, Corp., Vineland, N.J. damage in eastern Missouri j Yugoslavia calling on all and Southern Illinois totaled countries to withhold aid that more than $42 million and at would encourage a repetition of least five deaths were attributed to the flooding. WHEN YOU NEED AMBULANCE N. M. fCHACTNIR, Owner Eai ^ter Egg Hunt RARITAN Raritan volun teer firemen will have their annual Easter egg hunt April 22 at 2 p.m. for children of the community. Hinchliff- -bearson r .iliigil; 1070 Wf ST FREMONT ITMIT rHONf 341-3101 UiBst'inc' OALESBUaa Dean Martin Wedding Set, Sen. Jackson: 'Scapegoat' the Israeli raid. This was regarded by Israel and the United States as a call for sanctions against tiie Jewish state. be- MRS. JOHN H. RISSER - 926 N. Prairie St. Services 10 A.M. Tuesday HinchIif(*Pearson -West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel Monday evening Cremation to follow services. MR. BURTON LEROY STAATS - 348 S. Pearl St. Services 1:30 P.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel Friends may call at the chapel Monday evening. Burial at the Memorial Park Cemetery. SANTA MONICA. Calif. (UPI) - Singer Dean Martin and 23-year-old Kathleen Hae Hawn, a former nuxlel, reportedly will go to Hawaii for a quiet wedding this weekend. The couple took out a marriage license at the courthouse here ^^^^^^' mmmmmmmmmmmmm About People It will be the third marriage for Martin, 65, whose divorce from his second wife, Jeanne Biegler Martin, 45, became final last week. The couple had been married for 23 years and separated in 1969. '^scapegoat" is a new word for **How do I save my fanny?" Jackson said Friday, when asked to comment on the Watergate case that it appeared everyone involved was looking for a scapegoat. The senator said he would be surprUed if Preiident Nixon were directly Involved In the bugging of Democratic National Headquartera, but that he was distressed the affair reached so high in the White House. to government pronouncements, but that the situation was changing. Vanocur, also a reporter for the National Public Affairs Center for Televisioni ap^ared on a panel before the Philadelphia Press Assoelition to discuss *'The Press Gag— Fact or Fiction." Vanocur said the press mult not be a partner to government but should a3iume a critical role. He said that *'for the p «3t ''Even Warren Harding kept! 12 years there has not been an the Teapot Dome out of the adversary relationship in Wash- White House," he told news-'ington." While the press had been former Diplomatic observers lieved that if the watered-down Anglo-French resolution went to a vote without the amendment, it risked being vetoed by the Soviet Union or China—or both. If the amendment were included, or if a separate resolution toughening the council's sttnd agalMt Israel were submitted, the observers believed it would meet with a U.S. veto. (UPI) - Alh Woman Killed ASHMORE. lU. Katherine Thompson, 47, more, was killed Friday night in a car - truck collision on Illinois 49 near this Coles County community. men. SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) - In Sen. Henry M. Jackson's PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Sander Vanocur, former NBC newsman, said Friday report- press ''handmaidens and in Fire Calls political d 1 c t i 0 n a r y.'ers have be«n "handmaidens'' position," Vanocur s^d, think we're coming out of that. We've been tamed for too Careless smoking was h§ted a patsy as the cause of a fire al the 1754 Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mrs. Patricia A. Moore, 1353 N. Kellogg St. Miss Elizabeth A, Redfern. 1051 Mulberry St. Duane Lee Cochran, Knoxville Joseph D. Adams, Mobile City Mrs. Grace Y. Miller, Galva Mrs. Claudia M. Lundqulst, 14l« E. Main St. Roxanne Oyer, Avon Charlie E. Fowlks, Prairie City Mark D. Ludington, 91 W. Simmons St. Cindy Ennis, 91 W. Simmons St. Mrs, Starr M. West, Knoxville Miss Deborah S. Brasche, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Vilindia M. Dortch, 1535 McKnight St. DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Marvena J. Clark, Cambridge Mrs. Estenna A. Thurman, LaHarpe Joseph C. Moore, 590 Holton St. Miss Sharon E. Peer, North Henderson Omar W. Gaskill, Monmouth George Leigh FUmMT, Abingdon Mrs. Cheryl J, Streeter, New Windsor Miss Nancy S, Rule, Macomb Michael D. Johnson, Williamsfield Steven Paul Yulga, 80 S. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Ajuia B. Harris, Knoxville Mrs. Lona M. Mings, Prairie City Jeannie Simpson, 46, Michigan Ave., was charged by police with disorderly conduct after she was arrested at her home today at 1:30 a.m. Mrs, Lorene I. McKee, 32, 1589 MoKnight Ave., and Mrs. Marjorie B. Smith, 32, 1593 Mc Knight Ave., were charged by police with disorderly conduct after an altercation in the 1500 block of McKnight Avenue Friday al 9:50 p.m. Paul A. Hadsall, 29. 1337 Grand Ave., was charged with unlawful use of weapons, disobeying a traffic signal an improper passing after he was arrested in the 700 block of East South Street Friday at 8:36 p.m. David Eugene Holt, International Falls, Minn., was charged wKh Illegal transportation of liquor after he was arrested in the alley near the Galesburg Police Department Friday at 2:25 p.m. Danny Hass, 781 Day St., was charged with attempting to elude police after he wag arrested Friday at 12:24 a.m. James Allen Shehorn, 31, Atii- arillo, Texas, and David Gene Shelton, 29, Aniarillo. Texas, were charged with disorderly conduct — public intoxication — after they were arrested at the corner of South and West streets Friday at 3:06 p.m. MONMOUTH Lewis S. Peoples, 19, Lincoln Homes, was charged Friday at 9:11 p.m^ with theft of under $150. The arrest was made on complaint of Jeffery Birditt. Lawrence E. Hathaway, 59, Kirkwoodi WW chained today at 2:23 a.m. with driving while intoxicated. long." **l!home of David Logsdon, Morton Ave., today at 3:16 a.m. Tim D. Whitman, Oneida Firemen listed loss as ^'light'VTammy B. Florence, 1087 W. Berrien St, Births Bom at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Danny Murphy, Rural Route 2, a girl at 7:37 a.m. Friday. Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones, 304 Knox St.. Abingdon, a girl at 8:44 p.m. Friday. on their records. READ THE WANT ADS! i

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