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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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DEATHS ROYfi. HAYNE8 Roy B. ttaynes, 55, 1610 Scott St, Ddventwrt, to#a, died at Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, •Tuesday at 5:27 p.m. He was born May 15, 1917, at McFherson, Kan. He married Qoldie L. Wyman at Wataga on April 6, 1947. Surviving are a son, Gary Le^ Roy Haynes, Rocic Island; a daughter, Mrs. Janet Davis, Galesburg; two brotliers, Elmer J. Haynes, Peoria, and Herschel Haynes, Gilson, and three giandchildren. He was a former employe of Butler Manufacturing Co. He was a World War II veteran. Funeral will be at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel Friday at 1:30 p.m. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial will be at Westfall Cemetery near Victoria. MRS. GEORGE E. ALLEN Mrs. George E. Allen, 94, formerly of North Henderson, died Wednesday at 11 a.m. at a Galesburg hospital. The former Mary Holmes was born Aug. 1, 1878, at Misslin, Wis., and married George E. Allen in 1906 at Galena. He died June 27, 1950. She was educated in Wiscon- Whitaver fht Ocuiien WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD Mrs. Alduina Seghi 2410 Grand Ave. Funeral Services: 11 A.M. - SATURDAY At the FOLEY MORTUARY. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Friday evening from 7 to 8:30 P.M. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. sin and lived all hef Mufi^ life in North Henderson, Where she was a ntetiiber ot thl North Henderson United Methodist Church and its women ^i Mciety. Surviving are two softs. Ransom and William, both d( North Henderson; -a graffddiiughter; four great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. 0. V. Jenks, Plattville, Wis. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the North Henderson United Methodist Church, with Rev. Paul Paskewitz, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Mount ,Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson. Visitation will be today from 7-8:30 p .m. at McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis. Memorials may be made to North Henderson United Methodist Church, the family said. CLYDE MANNING WOODHULL - Clyde Manning, 68, Princeton, Wis., formerly of Woodhull, died Wednesday at Madison General Hospital, Madison. Wis. He was born Jan. 31, 1905. near Woodhull. He married Leah Taylor on March 16. 1930 at Eureka. They lived at Woodhull and Viola until 1966, when they moved to Princeton. He was a member of Viola United Methodist Church. Surviving with the widow are four daushters, Mrs. Kay (Joyce) Sturgeon, Princeton, Mrs. Charles CJeanne) Schnier, Illinois City. Mrs. James (Carol) Vlpond, Aledo, and .Mrs. Daniel (Donna) Tworek, Hampton; 11 grandchildren, one ereat-granddiiid: a brother, Roy of Cambridge, and a sister, Mrs. Herschel Monts, Alexis. Funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Clover Chapel Church near Woodhull. Burial will be at Clover Chapel Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday from 7-'9 p.m. at Peterson-Wallin- Knox Funeral Home. Woodhull. Memorials may be left at. the funeral home for the Heart Fund, the family said. MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 342 1913 FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Eth«l B. Morris 147 N. Prairie, Galesburg, III. Graveside Services: 1:30 P.M. - S.^TURDAY OAK LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. Memorials in Mrs. Morris' honor may be made to St. Martha's Nursing Home recreation fund. Mllli. RALPH RBKD iMn. Reteh (Lou) Reed, 77, Ol(t7 W. Ffeittont St., died at St. M«ry's Hospital Wednesday it 11p .m. She Wis tMfn Nov. 12,1896, at fitiiei, Mo. She married Ralpti R. Reed heT« July 24,1»17. Ite, survives wMi two sons, Eugene oi Avon and Glenn of Galeslburg; two daughters, Mrs. Martha Christiansen and Miss Helen Reed, both of Galeiburg; a brother, John T. Baker, San Bernardino, Calif., seven grand- ohildren and three great-grandchildren. She was a member of First Christian Oiutx*. Funeral will be Saturday it 3 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson West Ohaipel, where visitation will be Friday evening. Burial wiU be at Henderson Ceme* tery. MRS. HARVE PETERSON CAMERON — Mrs. Harve (Ruth) Peterson, 74, of near Cameron died at Galesburg Cottage Hospital today at 3:15 a.m. She was bom Dec. 12,1898, in Knox CoiAity. She married Harve Peterson at Moline on Dec. 6, 1922. He survives with a brother, Lee Shaw of Victoria. She was a member of Cameron Christian Church, and was graduated from Galesburg High School and attended Western Illinois University. Funeral Will be Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. (3algibufg Rcgister-MQil Golesburg, III. Thursdoy, April 26, 1973 11 traffic Aceidcnta A 7 *yiir^ld> GiMhuri bey was ill good eoMitiOA toaiy In Cottage Hosplui ifter hi WiS hurt when a eir drlfifi by hti mother wis Mved M a l^iir accident Wednesdey ifter 4:1ft p.m. at the Interseetlon of U.S. 34 and Unwdod Road. Police iiid the accident oc* curred when the car, driven by Janaet 0. Wright, 31, Wt Harrison St., hit a car driven by Gary W. Blackledge, 24, 1302 Jefferson St. The Wright auto was Westbound and Blackledge was entering U.S. 34 from the north. The Wright vehicle then traveled over 100 feet, veered into the eastbound lane and struck a car operated by Earl Haskins Jr., 45, of near Galesburg, before jumping a curb and coming to rest nearly 100 feet from the second collision. Mrs. Wright and Haskins were both treated and released at Cottage. Blackledge, who was reportedly uninjured, was cited for failing to yield the right of way. Arrests dilesburg poUce arrested Violet Mne Felts, 45, 917 W. lliird St., Wednesday at 5 :36 p.m. for disorderly conduct after an alleged disturbance near her home. WJSn .J(n WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS OX MR. CLYDE MANNING Age CS RRl, Princeton, Wis., Formerly of WoudhuU Services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY CLOVER CHAPEL CHURCH RR, WOODHULL, ILL. Visitation Friday evening 7 to 9 at the Woodhull Chapel. Burial Clover Chapel Cemetery. Memorials may be left at the funeral homo for the Heart Fund. MRS. CHARLES VANDETTUM ELMWOOD - Mrs. Charles Vandettum, 88, of Evenglow Lodge, died at St. James Hospital, Pontiac, Wednesday at l:15^p.m. The former Myrtle Garvin was born at Minneapolis, Minn., Aprit 8, 1885. She married Charles Vandettum on Oct. 14, 1908. She was a 50-year member of the Lewistown Chapter, Order •of the Eastern Star. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Jesse Harrison, Pontiac, Mrs. Kay Downs, Seattle, Wash., Mrs. Helen Barry, Stanton, Va., Mrs. Milla Kinney, Leland, and Mrs. Lois Briscoe, l^ring:Oeld, Miss., 17 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Funeral wilt be at the Patterson Funeral Home, Ehnwood, Saturday at 2 p.m.. Burial will Diana Barrigan, 875 Abingdon St., was treated at St. Mary's Hospital Wednesday after her car overturned about 8 p.m. on North Seminary Street Road a mile north of U.S. 34 according to Knox County sheriff's deputies, who investigated. She was not charged. Irma P. Harvey, 64, 556 N. Pearl St., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after her car struck the back of one driven by Sam Sottosanti, 45, 991 Lyman St., Wednesday at 5:48 p.m., causing his to hit one driven by Vera M. Ragon, 34, of near Galesburg. The collisions oc- cured at an intersection on U.S. 34 at the Knox-Warren county line west of Galesburg. The Harvey vehicle rieportedly slid 112 feet before the crash. A ticket for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident was issued to Roberta M. Hasten, 28, Monmouth, after her car struck the back of an auto operated by Margaret K. Gimenez, 36, Chicago, Wednesday at 4:27 p.m. at the intersection of Main and McClure streets. A car driven by Orville R. Weaverling, 73, 395 Franklin Ave., struck a pickup driven by William L. Skinner, 29, 1173 N. Prairie St., Wednesday at 3:49 p.m. at the comer of Monmouth Boulevard and McClure Street. Weaverling was cited for failing to yield the right of way. Jine E. Wtekline, 94, 600 N. A St. Mrs. Wiekline hid stopped OA Main Street end was waiting for a traffic signal On Eudld Avenue when the Conlon truck backed from a service station and struck the side of her car. be at Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will MONMOUTH — Cars driven be one hour before the service. I by Mrs. Madeline M. Brown, 56, Monmouth, and Mrs. Shelia A. -Hinchliff- ' -uiieisit'inc' niNFRAl DIRECTORS ICi ^u'Vi -si r-^KMUNTSTREET MRS. LENA J. LEVENBERG - 1467 E. Losey St. Services 9:30 A.M. Friday at the Temple Sholom. Friends may call this evening at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial at Brooks de Cemetery, Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. MRS. CATHERINE FREDSTROM - Appicgate Nursing Home, Monmouth, 111. Graveside services 10 A.M. Friday at Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. —0— MR. ROY B. HAYNES - 1610 Scott St., Davenport, la. Servicfis 1:30 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapal. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Westfall Cemetery. —0— MRS. HARVE PETERSON - RR, Cameron, 111. Services 10:30 A.M. Saturday at Hinchiiff-Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Memorial Parli Cemetery. —0— MRS. RALPH R. REED - 637 W. Fremont St. Services 3 P.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Friday evening at the chapel. Burial at Henderson Cemetery, Henderson, 111. CHARLES W. BOWMAN DALLAS CITY - Charles William Bowman, 66, of Carman, died at Sdcred Heart Hospital, Ft. Madison, Iowa, Wednesday at 5:52 p.m. He was born at Carman on Oct. 14, 1906. He married Neta A. Bailey at Kahoka, Mo., May 7, 1930. He was a fisherman and member of the United Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow; two brothers, W i 11 a r d Bowman, Thomson, and Chester Bowman, Carman; two sisters, Mrs. Viva M. Ness and Mrs. Ruth Moore, both of Dallas City; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Bertha Stimp- S3n, Dallas City, and a step- grandson, John Stimpson, Burlington. Funeral will be at Carman United Methodist Church Saturday at 10 a.m. Burial will be at Carman Cemetery. Visitation will be at the Fiedler Funeral Home, Dallas City, Friday from 7-8 p.m. MRS. MILDRED MERILLAT Funeral for Mrs. Mildred H. Merillat, 77, of 1097 N. Academy St. who died Monday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel. Dr. Kermit Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Herbert Rosine, David Reed, Bud Ross, Weldon Allen, Harold Ziehr and Bill Dowell. ALBERT L. WORLEY LOMAX - Albert L. Worley, 57, Lomax, died at his home Wednesday morning. He was born at Piattsviile, Wis., July 3, 1915. He married Goldie Hoskin at Burlington, Iowa, Dec. 14, 1937. He was a member of the Lomax Church of the Nazarene. .Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Flora Bloom, Greenfield, Iowa; three sons, William of Pontoosuc, Larry of Carman and George of Lomax; three brothers, Virgil Worley Fryer, 25, 111 N. A. St., collided Wednesday at 10:44 a.m. in the parking lot at the Giant grocery store at the corner of Broadway and 11th St. Mrs. Brown was driving through the lot and Mrs. Fryer was backing from a parking space. A truck driven by Melvin R. Conlon, 26, 912 Frank St.. Galesburg,'struck a car Wednesday at 1:42 p.m. driven by Mrs. and Lawrence Worley, both of Lomax, and Orville Worley, Carman; two sisters, Mrs. Loretta Johnson, Avon, and Mrs. Florence Pllgram, Lomax, and eight grandchildren- Funeral will be at the Lomax Church of the Nazarene Friday at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Richard Wadsworth will officiate. Burial will be at Crane Cemetery, Lomax. Visitation will be at the '5 'iedler Funeral Home, Stronghurst, today from 7-8 p.m. MRS. JOSEPH SEGHI Mrs. Joseph Seghi, 88, of 2410 Grand Ave., died at St. Mary's Hospital Wednesday at 2:40 p.m. The former Alduina Biondi was born at Cutiliana, Italv, on Mav 8. 1884. She married Joseph Seghi in 1901. and they moved to the United States shortly afterwards. They resided at Norris until 1956, when they moved to Galesburg. Survivors include a son, Fred of Canton; a daughter. Mrs. Joseph (Mary) Prina, Galesbur?. four grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be at Foley Mortuary Saturday at 11 a.m. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home Friday from 7-8:30 p.m. MRS. ELLEN L. JOHNSON Funeral for Mrs. Ellen L. .Tohnson. 73, formerly of 574 Churchill Ave., who died Tuesday was today at 3 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Dr Kermit Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Parle Cemetery. Traffic Court Terry Lee Mason, 17, 530 Michigan Ave., was sentenced Wednesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court to seven days in the county jail for driving without a drivers license. Henry Cdeman Jr., 23, 549 E. Knok St., paid |20 for failing to report an accident. A $15 fine was paid by Lloyd V. Johnson, 70, 383 N. Seminary St., for driving with an expired license. Fined Wednesday for speeding were Donald E. Stueker- juergen, 40, Hinsdale, $11; George A. Heineman, 64, Connersville, Ind., $13; Robert G. Clancy, 27, Hampton, $12, and Steven A. Johnson, 19, Northbrook, $11. Fined $10 for speeding were Debora L. Farrar, 18, Springfield; Dorothy M. Harvey, 58, 1752 Baird Ave.; Claude E. Wagner, 62, 418 S. Famham St.; Lind9 L. Semande, 30, Knoxville; Richard G. Read, 44, Peoria; Vanya L. Barton, 19, Alpha; Frances E. Nelson, 62, Knoxville; Raymond W. Rose, 29, Knoxville; Charles S. Faust, 66, 1343 Jefferson St.; Diane J. Reed, 24,900 W. Dayton St., and Larry Davis, 31, 1262 Parkview Rd. Davis also paid $5 for overtime parking. Traffic signal violations resulted in $10 fines for Betty N. Jones, 39, 816 S. Pearl St.; Mary K. Copeland, 22, 869 N. Seminary St., and Ted Wilberding, 16, 564 E. Losey St. Edward W. Brazee, 17, Oneida, and James W. Neal, 18, Monmouth, werf each fined $10 for muffler violations. Fined $10 for lane violations were Debora S. Poole. 20, 1153 Sweetbriar PI., and Judith A. Plaster, 22, Abingdon. Others fined $10 Wednesday were Stanley Carson Jr., 19, 241 N. Cedar St., permitting an unauthorized person to drive; Larry R. Rose, 21, Macomb, turning violation, and Iva W. Horn, 82, 575 E. Second St., failing to render information at the scene of an accident. Fined $5 for overtime parking were Edmund J. D'Aleo, 561 W. South St.; Jane E. Alters, 1011 Frank St., and James Swickard, 167 N. Kellogg St. dreuit Court Harry Biker, 26, KJrkwood, Wis senteneed Wednesdey in Knox county Qrcult Court to 10 days in the county jail for deceptive praettces. Biker was cfedited with 10 davs alreedy served end releesed. He was iccuscd of forgery after he allegedly wrote i Md check at a locil si ^eitnirket, but the charge was reduced. Michael L. Holmes, 17, 862 N. Seminary St., paid a $100 fine for theft under $150, reduced from burglary. He was accused of breaking into a beauty shop in the 900 block of West Losey Street. Paul A. Hadsall, 29, 1337 Grand Ave., was fined $50 on an illegal weapons charge. John Oeth, 23, 824 E. Brooks St.', paid $50 for disorderly conduct. Cynthia GaU Coles, 18, Mll^ waukee, Wi^., was given a 6- month conditional discharge after pleading guilty to theft under $150. Jim F. Dumse, 24, 895 W. Main St., was fined $5 for allowing a dog to run loose. MCDONOUGH couNTY-Ben M. Harding, 21, Bushnell, who pleaded guilty to a charge of possessuig marijuana, was sentenced to a year's probation Freeman Kaser, 64, former and assessed court costs Wednesday in Circuit Court. Marriace Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. Alice M. (Abemathy) Hodgkins, 26, Monmouth, and William E. Arno\d, 26, Dahinda. Explains Indictments lUmois Atty. Gen. William Scott met with reporters Wednesday in Springfield to discuss the indictment by a special Sangamon County grand jury of 15 central Illinois firms and individuals on charges of alleged rigged bidding on public and private building projects. UNIFAX Thefts MONMOUTH - John Bowman, 1403 E. Second Ave., reported to Monmouth police Wednesday at 11:40 a.m. that golf clubs and a cart valued at $250 had been stolen from his unlocked garage between Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. and Wednesday at 10 a.m. L. Gregg Florence, 621 E. Detroit Ave., reported to police Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. that two speakers and 14 stereo tapes had been stolen from his car sometime Wednesday after 1 a.m. Their value was listed at $116. A battery worth $35 was stolen from a car owned by Terry Martin, 317 S. Ninth St., according to a report filed today at 6:30 a.m. Martin said the battery was taken between Wednesday at 6 p.m. and the time of the report. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY-Linda Leadbetter against Garlan Leadbet- ier, Rhoda Hillier against Ernest HUlier, and Rudy J. Goff against Robert W. Goff. Sixteen ISamed Collusion on Bids Produces Charges SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - A special Sangamon County grand jury, led by Attorney General William Scott, has indicted 15 central Illinois firms and individuals on antitrust charges stemming from alleged rigged bidding on public and private building projects. A 16th man was charged with perjury and obstructing justice in connection with the investigation. Scott's Office, Too Among the projects covered tral Illinois Plumbing and Piping Contractors Association; Norman F. Weiskopf, president of J.F. Weislcopf; Michael J. Marada, business representative of Sheet Metal Workers Union Local 84, and William McKenna, business representative of the Plumbers, Steam and Refrigeration Fitters Local 137. Two associations also were named — the Springfield and Vicinity Sheet Metal Contractors Association Inc. and the HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Joan B. Paetsch, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Ruth M. Peterson, Cameron Lyle S. Thompson, 531 Maple Ave. Floyd W. Brown Sr., Missouri Aaron E. Johnson, ^ 1290 Maple Ave. Mrs. Grace F. Carlson, Galva Mark A. Anderson, Berwick Mrs. Joann Tyler, 607 Monmouth Blvd. Michael W. Galloway, 958 W. North St. Mrs, Charlotte A. Tournear, Knoxville Robyn A. Damitz, 179 Fulton St. Mrs. Elaine E. Broadfield, Alpha Mr^. Gladys L. Lowery, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Ethel I. Downing, fi.'i? Monmouth Blvd. Crai? S. Wright, 887 Harrison St. Joel D. Noe, 108 Madison St. Mrs. Cynthia K. Shipp, Altona DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: aura M. Rosene, 1548 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Janis E. Smith, 477 E. North St. Jeffery Dale Bruce, Woodhull Mrs. Caroline R. White, Oquawka Harold E. Wuerzburger, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Patricia A. Hunt, Abingdon Mrs. Kathy S. Clark, Gilson Shawn N. Wright, WoodbuU , Linda D. Jones, Abmgdon Mrs. Martha A. Brown, Galesburg Route 4 Gerald B. Quanstrom, Galva Rodney W. Lenz, Knoxville Rebecca L. .lames. Alexis Mrs. Rubv L. Williams, 432 N. Broad St. Mrs. Bessie F. Castor, Aledo Mrs. Pauline 0. Oberschlake, Knoxville Elizabeth A. Redfern. 1051 Mulberry St. Mrs. Bernice Queen, Little York St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Ethel M. Ashley, Abingdon RaAph Baober, Ebniwood IMike J. Colgan, Princeville Miss Amy R. OOlgan, Prinoevile iMirs. Darlene M. Dixon, 1449 Rook Island Ave. Carl C. Gramling, Galesiburg Route 3 Miss Anna M. Madvig, 1186 Lombard St. Mrs. Maxine Mead, 900 W. Dayton St. Terry E. McClay, Oneida Miss Ethel H. Mairry, 290 W. Second St. Roger Quinn, Abingdon Mrs. Lou E. Reed, 637 E. Fremont St. Mrs. Bonnie L. Stevens, Laura Richard E. Stremmel, 564 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Gladys Seibert, 1550 E. North Samuel S. Westfall, Galesburg Route 4 DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Marjorie K. Foster, 892 McClure St. Mrs. Ethel Gmelick, 226 Aliens Ave. Mrs. Martha Vanderhyden, Monmouth Mrs. Elsie Pierson, 958 E. South St. 'Wyman Griffin, Galva Mrs. MtaeaUm Pierce, 573W.KhosSt. Mrs. Janet H.Lotz, 220 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Cecilia Murphy, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Sophia Selk, 196 Day St. Mrs. Ethel Paulsgrove, 927 S. Kellogg St. Natjvidad Esquivei, 10S3 Lancaster SL Mrs. Janie BagWi RaiaelTofr «e,ai| by the indictment, which was ^ West Central Illinois Plumbing returned Wednesday, was the and Piping Contractors Associa- construction of the new attor- tion. ney general's office building! Edward Canavan, a salesman across the street from the Capitol, a spokesman for Scott said. The indictment said the defendants "willfully engaged in an unlawful e»a^ination and conspiracy" to fix prices and freeze out outside bidders in mechanical contracting in the central Illinois area. Scott's office would not speci- , fy what building projects wereiP'^'" count per individual. Under 'current state law, no prison term can be assessed for an for a Heating and Sheet Metal Co. of Peoria, was charged with perjury and obstruction of justice for allegedly lying to the grand jury. Arraignment was set for May 5. Cash bond was set at $10,000 on the antitrust charges and $5,000 for Canavan. Maximum penalties on the antitrust charges are $50,W)0 involved, other than the attorney general 's building, but specifics in the indictment indicated St. John's Hospital in Springfield, the Springfield post office and the Springfield headquarters of Horace Mann Educators were among buildings involved. Scott said, however, that the controversial Capitol renovation project was not among the projects involved in the indictment. The grand jury specifically charged that the defendants: —Threatened to cut off the labor supply to other contractors attempting to submi bids lower than theirs. antitrust violation. Americaii- (Continued from page 10) cent. Medical care prices increased 123 per cent. Prices of food away from home — 'eating out' — increased by 90 per cent. Prices of food prepared at home rose only 38 per cent." he said. "The farmer is one of the most productive workers in America. His output per man hour has tripled in 20 years. No other .segment of our economy i.s close to matching that rcc- —Boycotted or threatened to ord. boycott owners requiring bids, "Strangely wlieii we pass out from other contractors. —Threatened owners with "unnecessary and costly delay and harassment" if they demanded outside bids on theu* building projects. —Induced owners through "threats and other means" to reject bids lower than those submitted from firms involved in the alleged conspiracy. The Springfield firms included as defendants are: Henson Robinson Co.; Metal-Air Corp.; l&h Inc.; J. F. Weiskopf, Inc., and Edward 's Plurafcing, Heating and Air Conditioning Co. Others are Jack Muse, Inc., HiUsboro; TThe Fowler Company of Centralia, and Petersburg Plumbing and Heating; Co., Petersburg. Individuals named in the in-j dictment are Charles R. Beard, vice president of Henson Robinson; John L. Nelson, execur tivt ftoretary of tho West Cen* rewards for outstanding performance and production, the farmer has not gotten his full share. Income from farming over the past 20 years has gone up 36 per cent. Personal income of all Americans has risen 250 per cent. The average income cif farm people is 17 per cent less than that of city and townspeople. THINK A-l WHEN YOU NEED AN AMBULANCE N. M. $€HACTN|i, Owmr iiiiiililiiiiiMUiii^

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