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HOSPITAL NOTES Goicsburg Registcr-Mojl, Golcsburg, Monday, April 23. 1973 1j RAY 0. HALL lUy 0. Hall, 78, died Saturday at ^ p.ni. at his home, 14M N. Broad St. Me was a derrick engineer aiid work^ tot the fiurllngfon Railroad 3S years un til retiring in 1958. He was bom in Galesburg Oct. 15, 18M, and married the former Mildred Irene Jackson here NoV. 15, 1924. Sh6 survives with two brothers, H^rry o( Milwaukee and Cecil of NeWhall, Calif. He was a member of Fraternal Order of Eagles, National Rifle Assn. and Galesburg Rifle Club. Funeral will be Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West ChapeU where friends may call this evening. Burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery. FRANK LAMBERT GALVA — Funeral for Frank Lambert, 79, of Galva who died last Tuesday, was Saturday at 3 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. James W. Hancock, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Evergreen Memory Gardens near Kewanee. Pallbearers were Richard Evans, Kenneth Gerard, Arvta Fisher, Harold Smith, Lewis Larson and Larry Larson. TED J. HOPPING GALVA — Funeral for Ted J. Hopping, 60, of Galva who died last Wednesday, ^as Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. Allan Mason, pastor of First Con: gregational Church, officiated. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold Smith, Stuart Cable, Reynolds Everett, John Nelson, Don Goodale and Doug Goodale. Honorary pallbearers were Walter Kieft, Ronald Boyd, Ben Kermeen and John Davis. War I He liV#d in Brihifleld most of his life. Survivors include two broth^ ers, George of Prineevifl^, and Phillit* ot Brifflfleld^ two sisters, Mrs, LiUie Blondy, Brimfield, and Mrs. Teresa Maher, Knoxville, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at t p.m. at Patterson Funeral Home, Elmwood, with Rev. Edward Harding, pastor of Brimfield Union Church, of ficiating. Burial will be in Brimfield Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday after 1 p.m. at the funeral home. LOWELL E. RINGLE GALVA — Funeral for Lowell E. Ringle, 54, of Galva Who died last Monday, was Friday at 1 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. James W. Hancock, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Tarleton, Fred Lord Sr., Bill Quinney, Robert Sweat, John Chilausky and Bill Tarleton. CHARLES J. DELL BRIMFIELD - Charles J. Dell, 74. Brimfield, did Sunday at 6:05 p.m. at Proctor Hospital, Peoria. He was born March 25, 1899, in Jubilee Township, Peoria County. He was a meml)er of the Brimfield American Legion Post and a veteran of World Whitaver th» Occasion ANDERSON 128 N. BROAD 34M121 LLOYD W. WAINRtOHT Ltoyd W; Wainright, 83, formerly of Galesburg, died Saturday at 7 a.m. in Baldwins- vUle, N.Y. He was lx>rn in Knoxville on Nov. 4, 1889, Hved in GalesbUrg, and later moved to Baldwinsville. He was a member of Alpha Masonic Lodge 155, AF&AM, for 57 years, and served as master of the lodge in 1921. He married Marie Holmes in 1914. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. George (Gerda) Markham, Baldwinsville; two sons, Joe, Baldwinsville, and Harvey, Clinton, N.Y., and 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchilp dren. Burial was today in Baldwinsville. Pallbearers were past masters of a Masonic lodge there. Masonic'rites were Sunday night. Mrs. Dean (Karin) Brodie, Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Augusta Berg of the Good Samaritan Home, Knoxville, and two grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. There will be no visitation. INFANT SHAW GALVA - Cheryl Rae Shaw, infant daughter of Joseph T. and Sharon Olander Shaw, Galva, died at home Sunday at 7 a.m. She was bom Jan. 26,1973. Surviving with her parents are two brothers, Daryl and Donald, and a sister, Donna, all at home; her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Donald Bush, Oelwein, Iowa; the paternal grand parents, Joseph Shaw and Mildred Peer, b!>th of Galesburg; the maternal great-grandparents, Mrs. John VanBIaricome, Galva, and Dewey Olander, Oelwein, and her paternal great­ grandfather, J. J. Lindsay, Galesburg. Graveside services will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Galva Cemetery, with Rev. llioebum Enge, pastor of Grace United Methodist Church, officiating. Visitation will be Monday from 7-8 p.m. at Johnson - Gill - Schuster Chapel, Galva. MRS. K. FREDSTROM Mrs. Katherine Fredstrom, 71, ot Applegate Nurshig Home in Monmouth died Sunday at 4:09 p.m. at Monmouth Hospital. Funeral arangements will be announced by Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. MRS. LAURA M. FREDRICKS ALTONA — Funeral for Mrs. Laura Mae Fredricks, 75, Ai- tona, who died last Thursday, was Saturday at 2 p.m. at Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. Rev. Milton Englehardt, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Altona, officiated. Burial was at Oneida Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harley Olson, Dale Reynolds, Max Olson, Barnard Johnson, Bav- mond Norene and Harvey Linden. ERICK W. PETERSON Erick William Peterson, 88, formerly of 144 S. Cedar St., died Sunday at 2:45 p.m. at Leisure Hills Nursing Home in Kewanee. He had been a painter. He was born Nov. 27, 1884, in Sweden and came to Gales- hure in the 1920s. He married Karin Greiffe here Anril 24. 192"^. She died in July 1964. Surviving are a daughter. MRS. JOHN H. LEWIS JR. KNOXVILLE - Funeral for ; Mrs. John H. Lewis Jr., 98, of Austin, Tex., formerly of Knoxville, who died Saturday at Austui, was today at the Weed- Corley Funeral Home, Austin. Burial was at Austm Memorial Park. She was bom Aug. 17, 1874, at Williamsfield. The former Isal Caldwell married John H. Lewis Jr., a former Galesburg attomey and a former member of the Knox College Board of Trustees. They moved to Texas in 1958; he died in 1960. She was educated at the former St. Mary's School, Knoxville, and at the former Lombard Conservatory of Music, Galesburg. She was a member of Knoxville United Presbyterian Church, Chapter AM, PEO, and Phi Beta Phi musical sorority. Surviving are a son, John III of Kewanee; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Marjorie) Sutherland, i Austin, two grandaughters and ;16 great-grandchildren. Matter of Fact prr THi 6^ FINEST J« FLORAL ? TRIBUTES ; Dons ) Flower Shop 56 FULTON 34S-3174 Hinchliff- -b0ar5i0n. . r -iiji^iiT'illiS' fUNERAL DIRECTORS UJMMI •"»*^ 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET 6ALES8UB« rH9NE 343-21 Ql MRS. JOHN H. RISSER - 926 N. Prairie St. Services 10 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-Wost Chapel. Friends may call at ihe chapel This 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 this evening. Burial at the Memorial Park Ce .T .etery. MR. RAY G. HALL - 1456 N. Broad St. Services 3 P.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Burial at East Linwood Cemetery. MR. ERICK PETERSON - Formerly of 144 S. Cedar St. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson- West Chapel. Ttiere will be no visitation. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —0— MRS. CATHERINE FREDSTROM - Applegate Nursing Home, Monmoutii, Hi. Services to be arranged. The National Spelling Bee, conducted by Scripps- Howard Newspapers and other newspapers since 1939, was instituted by the Louisville (Ky.) Courier- Journal in 1925, The World Almanac says. Children under 16 years of age are eligible to compete for cash prizes and prize trips. Robin Krai, 14, of Lamesa, Tex., (sponsored by the j Lubbock Avalanche - Journal) was the 1972 champion. Racer Killed IRWINDALE, Calif. (UPI) Don Dieckman, a 22-year-old drag racer from Long Beach Calif., was killed Saturday when his "funny car" hit a guard rail and disintegrated before 15,000 spectators at the Irwindale Raceway. Track officials said Dieckman was running a poor second to another car in the first race of the night when his vehicle began drifting toward the left guard rail about 500 feet from the starting Ime. He Cottage AOMISStONS SATUilDAY: Oe«rge W. Heiser, 747 Hawkinton Ave. Karl J. Hunt, Bishop Hill Mrs. M. Lorraine Dean, Canton Mrs. Kathy S. Clark, Gilson Clarence L. Shover, London Mills Mrs. Mearl Fisher, New Windsor Mrs. Leoita M. Shaffer, Abingdon Mrs. Charlene Links, Knoxville Kelly J. Brooks, Knoxville DISMISSALS SATtmOAY: Brian J. Lee, 1026 Beecher Ave. Terry R. Rice, Williamsfield Sheri L. Winchell, Knoxville Mrs. Gaila N. Carlson, 440 Pine St. Christopher W. Ericson, Bishop Hill Brett E. Wright, Dahinda Gerry C. Stodgel, Williamsfield Robert M. Diehl, 1025 Willard St. Mrs. Helen M. Benson, Dahinda Randy L. Wilson, 980 S. West St. Daniel J. Wolf, 784 Beecher Ave. Tony M. Johnson, St. Augustine Suian M. Powell, Avon Brad L. Derham, Knoxville Frank W. Alexander, 442 N. West St. Dr. Albert W. Koratsky, 251 W. South St. Mrs. Mary J. Clay, 99S Brown Ave. Christine E. Crittenden, 1761 Bluebird Dr. Kelly N. Crittenden, 1761 Bluebird Dr. Ray E. Stahforth, 1685 N. Farnham St. Russell 0. Babbitt, 472 Oak St. Lee A. Hotz, Kewanee Mrs. Ada C. Bailey, Knoxville Leonard R. Peterson, Galva Mrs. Vera S. Gabel, 233 Columbus Ave. Ronald D. Hanley. Victoria Miss Frances M. Smith, Lake Bracken ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Martha A. Brown, Galesburg Route 4 Allan P. Christiansen, 9 Fairway Rd. Charles E. Bailey^ 574 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Myrtle E; Craig, Rio Rev. Melton P. Engelhardt, Altona Scott D. Mason, Maquon Harold E. Wuerzburger, Galesburg Route 2 Mark P. Hannam, 830 Olive St. Sandra J. Hannam, 830 Olive St. Mrs. Elsie M. LeFebvre, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Janet C. Layton, Altona Mrs. Betty J. McMillan, Oquawka Shawn N. Wright, Woodhull Mrs. Marian A. Dowell, 946 Chamberlam Ave. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: William G. Larance, Laura Miss Deborah S. firasche, Galestnifg Route 4 Duane L. Cochran, Knoxville Miss Roxanne Oyefj Avon Mrs. firentfa L. Coney, lOM Willard St. Mrs. Beverly A. Morgan, 549 N. Broad St. Steven F. Maxwell, 722 S. West St. Mrs. Garnet M. Formhals, Bushnell Mrs. Carrie B. EricksOn, Oneida Charlie E. Fowlks, Prairie City Chidy Ennls, WW. Simmons St. Mark D. Ludington, 91 W. Simmons St. St. Marv's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Mrs. Marybel B. Blackburn, 561 S. Chambers St. Russell 0. Babbitt, 472 Oak Mrs. Marjorie K. Foster, 892 McClure St. Miss Steirtianie L. Littell, London Mills Mrs. Mary Strickland, Applegate East DISMISSALS SATURDAY! Jon R. Larsen, Abingdon Mrs. M. June Mathews, Abingdon Miss Lynn A. Mundy, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Ellen Johnson, Knoxville Miss Debra Raffei<ty, 618 S. West St. Mrs. Luida Mason, 1340 N. Kellogg St. Keevin Lee, Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. Dixie L. Harduig, 1374 E. Losey St. Mrs. Cheryl Snyder, LaFayette Mrs. Pansye Straub, 77 N. Ivan Ave. Mrs. Mary L. Tracy, Monmouth Charles L. Baker, Maquon ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Minnie Anderson, Moon Towers Mrs. Leoha Atwater, 784 Wahiut St. Mrs. Marilyn Adcock, Abingdon Mrs. Bemice Cochran, 554 W. Knox St. Mrs. Dorothy R. Doyle, 820 E. Fifth St. Mrs. Mildred Duden, 980 W. Losey St. Natividad Esquevii, 1053 Lancaster St. B. Ivan Gordon, Prairie City Mrs. Armentia Pierce, 573 W. Knox St. Mrs. Qeraldine W. Roach, 1143 E. Brooks St. Fred C. Shunick. 704 W. South St. Mrs. Sylvia R. Warren, 1151 Hawkinson Ave. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Miss Stephanie L. Littell, London Mills Miss Lora A. Moore, 423 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Martina Perez, 511 Iowa Ct. Mrs. Maxine J. Jobe, 1599 Moshier Ave. Mrs. Lorraine C. Lynn, Oneida Miss Jane A. Smith, Abin<;don William C. Lantau, Monmouth Mrs. Guadalupe Rios, Monmouth Arreits John L. Brady, 31, Abingdon, was charged by Galesburg police with opitBiing a motor ve* hide while hHoxicated after he was arrested in the 100 block of Maple Avenue Monday at 12:30 a.m. Oiarles M. Shannon, 1157 E. South St., was charged with battery Sunday at 10:10 a.m. on a complabit of his wife. David W. Roberson, 18, East Moline, was charged with illegal transportation of liquor and having loud mufflers after he was arrested near the intersection of Henderson and Sanborn streets Sunday at 3:28 p.m. MONMOUTH - Michael A. Curtis, 17, Oquawka, was charged Saturday at 11:29 a.m. with driving too fast for conditions and illegal possession of liquor. Lawrence E. Hathaway, 49, Kirkwood, was charged Saturday at 2:23 a.m. with driving while uitoxicated. Henry W. Bryce, Jr., 22, Buffalo, N. Y., was cited Saturday at 11:52 a.m. with failure to report an accident. Clarence Baugh, 37, Astoria, was charged today at 12:20 a.m. with drivbig while his license was suspended and illegal transportation of liquor. Thomas E. Colwell, 18, Oneida, was charged today at 12:08 a.m. with contributhig to the delinquency of a mhior and permitting an unauthorized person to drive. Jim Jenkins, 27, Abhigdon, was charged by Knox County sheriff's deputies with intimidation after an bicident at the Knotty Phie Tap, Wataga, Sunday at 1:23 a.m. Jenkins was stopped by state and county police 2 >/4 miles south of Wataga on U.S. 34. Fire Calls \ Firemen were called to the apartment of Larry Hopping, 289 W. Main St., Saturday at 7:53 p.m. Possible careless smoking was listed on department records as the cause of the fire. Light loss^to some bedding was reported. A broken radiator hose on a car owned by Larry Nichols, Traffic Accidents No injuries were reported and no tickets were issued when cars driven by Arnold £. Ischer, 70, Monmouth, and Margaret R. Hoffman, 16, Washington, collided at the Knox-Warren county Ihte road Saturday at 5:12 p .m. Richard K. Rushing, 18, 1715 E. Mahi St., was cited for driving too fast for conditims after his car colUded with one driven by Harry E. Stripe, 16, 2134 N. Broad St., in front of 1715 N. Henderson St. Saturday at 7:39 p.m. Richard D. Miller, 22, 799 E. Main St., was charged with failure to give htformation on striking a highway fixture after his car struck a stop sign and a power pole at the hitersection of Mahi and Whitesboro streets Saturday at 10:53 p.m. Dorothy K. Carver, 402 W. South St., reported to police that an unidentified vehicle had struck her car while it was parked hi front of her residence Sunday at 1:09 a.m. Urry A. Rignon, 574 W. Brooks St., reported to police that his car was struck by an unidentified vehicle while it was parked hi front of his residence Sunday at 2:58 a.m. No tickets were issued and no injuries were reported after a semi driven by Joseph R. Mc- CubbUis, 33, Rineyville, Ind., went off 1-74 a mile east of the Galesburg exit, crossed the median strip and entered the eastbound traffic lane. The incident occurred Sunday at 5:08 a.m. Charles S. Lanier, 22, Kimberly Terrace, told police a car passing a truck forced his car off the road, into a ditch and irto a fence pole on U.S. 34 near the Galesburg airport today at 1:38 a.m. The vehicle continued oif without stopphtg. No tickets were issued and no injuries were reported, according to police. Thefts ; Terry WUliaftis, 740 Whiting Ave., reported to police Saturday at 11 a.m. that a 1972 mini- bike valued at $350 had been stolen from his garage somls- time during the previous night. MONMOUTH - Monmouth police are investigating a burglary which occurred Saturday at P. N. Hirsch Co., 225 p. Main St. They received a import at 4:40 p.m. that two men had stolen $150 in cash from, a safe in the store. * Jo Anne Hayes, 67 Linccpn Homes, reported to police Saturday at 1:25 p.m. that her ailto had been stolen from the painting lot at Lincoln Homes. Sfie said the car was taken sometime Saturday between 2:30 a.ln. and 1 p.m. The car was Recovered near Bushnell, whereMt had been wrecked and abandoned. Tools valued at $250 were stolen after thieves broke glass in a door to enter Johnson Saljss and Service, Oneida. The theft was reported to Knox Courfty authorities Friday at 9:20 a.(n. Central Soya Co. employes at Oneida discovered Friday Sat 6:43 a.m. that similar meahs had been used to enter that establishment. A safe, cash and checks valued at more than $^4 were reported missing. J MONMOUTH - Mrs. Sidsel M. Hoffman, 38, 405 S. 11th St., was injured in a 2-car accident Saturday at 1:39 p.m. at the corner of Ninth Street and Tenth Avenue. She was taken to Community Memorial Hospital for treatment. The Hoffman auto was west- Flood(Continued From Page 2) MauMlUums and MonMmants McFAU MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main Si Oalesburg. Ui. PboDC 342-6512 for rain," another farmer remarked as he leaned on a fence post and watf^hed the water in the field below. He was tired, he said. He had spent the previous night operating pumps in the basement of his home as water poured in through the foundation. "The ground is just saturated," he explamed. "I was pumping it out so it could run right back in." "Maybe I'll raise fish this year. Yeah, that's what I'll do, harvest those stinking old mud carp. The housewives v/ould really quit eating meat ii they bit into one of those big old nasty carp. That'd give them something to boycott, wouldn't it," he continued, grinning wryly. Henderson Creek, where it passes under 111. 94, is normally about 30 feet wide. This weekend it was more than a mile across at one point and was licking at the edge of the pavement high above where the creek normally flows. Sight - seers drove slowly along the highway, gazing out across the expanse of water. A middle-aged man sat drinking coffee in the kitchen of his home Saturday morning. He had several hundred acres yet to plow this spring and his equipment was sitting idle inside the shed. HE STOOD up and walked tc the door where he could look out across the fields to the east toward the swollen creek. "Well, there's another 10 acres of lake since I came in here 30 minutes ago," he reported, returning to iiis chair. "Weatherman says its going to quit raining the first of the week," someone told him. "He's nuts," the man replied. "It's going to rain forever," he added resignedly. A man leaned against his car and looked at a row of fence posts peeking above the surface of a pond. "That's the highest since 1919," he remarked. Another man said it was higher in 1923, and still another claimed the great flood of 1944 had it beat. One old- timer said he had seen the water actually cross the highway where he was standing. He didn't say when that was. "I WANT to thank you for all the trash I'm going to have when it goes down," the man told his neighbor, referring to a slug of cornstalks that had drifted downstream from his neighbor's field into jGrand Ave. his own. "Well, I reckon you'll be thanking me for my fence then, won't you?" the neighbor countered. "You got that too." Although it will have knocked out some fences and piled up debris making fields difficult to disc and plow, the floods this weekend have caused little actual damage here. And the men whose land the muddy water washed across were generally good- natured about it despite the fact that tiie heavy rains have caused them to fall behind in their work. But they were uneasy because the water was there and it proved it could happen later this summer when there are crops growing in the fields. Kirkwood, brought firemen to bound on Tenth Avenue when the intersection of Cherry and it was struck and knocked Tompkins streets Sunday at 7:19 against a utility pole by an auto p.m. No loss from fire was on Ninth Street driven by Wil- reported. liam J. Cooper, 17,1115 S. Ninth A defective water heater at St. Cooper was charged with 567 W. Tompkins St. resulted in failure to yield right of way. a run by firemen today at 9:20 Cars driven by Glenn L. a.m. No fire was reported. jParsons, 88, 612 E. Second Ave., and Gerald L. Widner, 18, 123 N. F St., collided Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at the comer of East Broadway and Fifth Street. Parsons was driving south on Fifth Street and Widner was eastbound on Broadway. Parsons was charged with failure to yield right of way. Miss Helen M. Vervinck, 19, 406 S. B St., was cited Saturday at 3:51 p.m. for wrong lane usage. Miss Vervinck was driv- ina .south in the 200 block of Birth Record Mr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Haugen, Mandaree, N.D., are parents of a son, Thomas John, born Saturday. Mrs. Haugen is the former Sally Adams of Galesburg. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haugen, Mundelein, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John W. Adams, 1138 Beecher Ave. People Forced ! To Leave Homed EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (Uljl) —Resident of two East St. Loiiis housing projects were forced;to interrupt their Easter holiday and leave their apartments Sunday because of water backihg up into their buildings. 1 Cause of the flood was i)ot immediately determined, with municipal officials blaming pumping equipment of the E^st Side Levee and Sanitary restrict and the levefe district charging that city sewers backed up to cause the flood. 1 As much as three feet ;of water covered the ground floor ot the John Robinson and John Deshields housing projects. Civil Defense officials said many,of the damages will be able to ps recovered through government aid. No damage estimate whs available. ' Hot, Cold Spots NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported by the U.S. Weather Service Sunday in the United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 90 degrees at Hartford, Conn. The low early today was 20 degrees at Alamosa, Colo. < Bom at St. Mary's Hospital to:, ,^ ^ . . Mr. and Mrs. Scott Warren. | ?«!'!!',Main Street when shej^ 1151 Hawkinson Ave., a boy at 9:05 p.m. Sunday. Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. McIntyre, 555 Knollcrest Dr., a; boy at 1:11 p.m. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Clark, Gilson, a boy at 1:10 p.m. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James M IRA Falls- 1 (Continued From Page 9)' i<>M KT K'^ii.,^^ o. oToad and struck a concrete Moore, 1353 N. Kellogg St., aici,ivert boy at 9:18 p.m^ Saturday. ^ars driven bv V\rpn Press- Mr. lencc skyrocketed. Between April 10, 1972, and the saipe date this year 476 persons were killed, 176 more than had diied in the previous three years. The IRA grabbed territory ajid nortedly drove into the path of ruled it alone. ; another southbound car driven Whitelaw last July smas^led bv Miss Cindv L. Moore, 17, "Pree Derry" and other "ho- 1301 Lincoln Rd. ;go" areas where the IRA permitted no British troops ; to enter. His slow dragnet pulled tighter on IRA leaders, and 65 have been arrested in the last six weeks. The Irish Republic cooperated. ! With his army at last on top, Whitelaw outlined the political A Parkersburg, Iowa man, John Lang, 65, wrecked his car Saturday at 11:15 p.m. on U.S. 67 about V/z miles north of 111. 116. Lan^ was driving south wH^n hia car swerved off th»>| Mr. aad Mr.T Barry Brown, wood. 42. Kirkwood. .ml P>^^\T£nX°jTL'TSl jents of a boy, Micah bom Monday, April 23. Aaron,U.S. 34 .Jones was driving his car: have more of a voice.^ Politicians confusedly formed pieTXranZrents are Mr ""'"''^ 67 whon Pres.s-new alliances and shuffled bid and M?s Mike D^^^^^^^^ ^--"^^ ''^'^^ «f his ones. Security forces kept tjie and Mrs. Mike uavison, 1904^^^ ^^^^^ Prosswood'Pressure on, and the IRA (|id was changed with failure to^otletup. yield right of way. ! But its future was perhaps foretold during the IRA's great Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Cathleen) Steinkuehler, 407 E. Nebraska St., Peoria, are the parents of a girl born April 22. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Messenger, 839 Arnold St. Marriage Licen§e8 KNOX COUNTY - Miss Barbara Ann Fritrel, 23, 409 W. Second St., and Michael Lee Linnenburger, 22, 112 Cedar Ave. Miss Cecilia Ann Lehman, 25, 440 S. Soangetaha Rd., and Timothy Charles Muzzy, 25, Woodstock. Miss Mary Ann Blake, 18, 472 W. First St., and Mark Eugene Brubaker, 19, 721 W. South St. No tickets were issued after a car driven by Howe Garrett, 23, Gerlaw, left the road and tore through 10 feet of fence owned by W. L. Minehan on the first road west of the Galesburg Drive-In Theater two miles north of U.S. 34 Saturday at 1:50 a.m. Garrett told Knox County sheriff's deputies that it was raining hard at the time of I the accident, and poor visibility caused him to miss an mtersec- tion and go into the ditch. days last year, just before its chief of staff Sean Macstofian, was clapped into a southern Irish jail and stripped of his conunand by the IRA. "This is the final phase," Macstofian said then. "If we don't win now, we will not have the chance agaui." Jennifer is a form of Guinl- vere, a Welsh name nseanlng 'white-cheeked." Ex49er Drowns BIG SUR, Calif. (UPI) Harold Ledyard, 41, a former professional football quarterback with the San Francisco 49ers, drowned during the weekend while vacationing here wiU) bis wife. A-l AmbulantB Sftrv/ce WE APPRECIATE THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING OUR MANY CiJSTOMEBS

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