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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, April 27, 1973
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AND FUNERALS MRS. mUfit M. ItAtL Mrs. ethel May Hill, 82, of 1820 S. Folkers Court, Peoria, died at the home o( her daughter today at 7:30 a.m. She wa« bom Feb. 1, IMI, at London Mills. Shie lived in Peoria^ for the past 40 years^ and taji a member of the Peoilt Senior Clticens Club. Shi married Ariehie 0. Hall on Jan. 26, IMI, atROck Island. He (|te<i in May 1965. Surviving are two sons, Harold M. Hall, Elmwood, and Archie J. Hall, Garden Grove, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Helen Kerns, Hannibal, Mo., Mrs. Liwava McDaniels, Peoria and Mrs. Bernice Lufkin, Galesburg, 12 grandchildren, 17 great­ grandchildren and two great- great-grandsons. Funeral Will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Burial will be at Alpha Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday evening. MRS. C. FREDSTROM Graveside services for Mrs. Catherine Fredstrom, 71, of the Applegate Nursipg Home who died Sunday, were today at 10 a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Opal Ivie conducted Christian Science services. I Legtd Question MRS. LENA J. LEVENBERG Funeral for Mrs. Lena J. Lev- cnberg, 79, of 1467 E. Losey St., who died Tuesday, was today at 9 a.m. at Temple Sholom. Rabbi Jonathan Rosenbaum officiated. Burial was at Brookside Cemetery. Pallbearers, were Louis Zeldes, Mitchell liudman, Fred Schubach, Harvey Wodis, William H, Leibovitz and A. H. Leibovitz. ROYB.HAYNES Funeral for Roy B. Haynes, Whtttvtr th« tOeeasien WILL "SAY IT BEST' 128 N. BROAD 34M121 Maucolcums and Monuments f&, of 1610 Scott St., 0iiVMi|iort, who died Tuesday, was today 9t 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman officiated. Burial Was at tVestfall Cemetery, near Victoria. MRS. MALVINA iORTE MONMOUTH ^ Mrs. Malvina E. Forte, 88, of «08 S. First St., died today At 6:40 a.m. at Community Memorial Ho^ftal. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Tufrtbull Funeral Home. Q. Is there any state law against serving meals in your basement for small groups and by reservation only? Our city ordinance does not seem to, be against it. Also, would a person have to pay taxes on the income from the restaurant or Illinois sales tax on the meals served? A. State law leaves it up to local authorities, generally County boards or any municipality (city, village or incorporated town) to license, regulate and tax "all places for eatings." However, the state's Food and Drug law sets standards for the construction, facilities and sanitation of any place used as a restaurant and reuires inspection by the Department of Public Health. The Illinois Sanitary Inspection. Act also contains rules and rei^ulations which would apply. All told, it would be difficult for a restaurant in the basement of a private home to meet requirements. Income from the restaurant operation would be subject to federal and state income tax and the price of a meal would be subject to the state sales tax (the operator would need a sales tax registration number from the III. Dent of Revenue. 409 lies Park Place, Springfield, 111. 62703). —Illinois State Bar Assn. Down Under Golf For the Birds McFALl MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main Si fialesbnrg. Ul. Phone 342-6iil2 A U T H O f I ^ D E A L I « Mn. Alduina Seghi 2410 Grand Ave. Funeral'Services: 11 A.M. - SATURDAY At the FOLEY MORTUARY. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening from 7 to 8:30 P.M. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. — Golfers playing the Boulia course have two new hazards to contend with—a nesting plover and several flocks of sheep. The piovjr is sitting on four eggs and conservationists, in cooperation with the golf club, have erected a special timber shield to protect the family. 'pF^ THE FINEST IN FINEST IN*%^ P FLORAL 9 ^ TRIBUTES % I Don\s I |i Floii'er Shof) k ft 56 FULTON O 343-3174 "CAUGHT IT BY MYSELF," this youngster must be thinking at the annuallOOO Islands Children's Fishing Derby at Alexandria Bay, N.Y. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMIMtONS THURSDAY: Mrs. Lorree M. Faves, 1171 E. North St. Mrs Teresa A. Schwarz, 1419 E. Main St. Mrs. Barrie A, Bair, 337 W. North St. Mrs. Shirley A. Rosoere, Maquon Kimberly D. Derham, Decatur Mrs. Mamie W. West, Knoxville Mrs. Wllma M. Vantine, Gladstone Kenneth D. Miller, Dahinda Mrs. Aurora E. Deulen, llj54 E. Losey St. Mrs< Diann K. Johnson, Farmington Mrs. Diane B. Thorkveen, 875 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Judith M Anderson, 900 E. Washington Ave. Mrs. Sharon K. Klioebougb, 18 Kimberly Terrace DISMISSALS THURSDAYt Richard W. Stacey, 1142 Bridge Ave. Mrs. William L. Lindberg, 512 Phillips St. George W. Reiser, 747 Hawkinson Ave. Kimberly A. Jornlin, 448 Jefferson St. Paula A Sutor, Mrs. Patricia A. Moore, 1353 N. Kellogg St. Orville J. Henry, Victoria Mrs. Phyllis F. Rosenberry, 1092 N. Broad St. Mrs. Millie E. Asbury, WiUiamsfield Jesse T. Morris, ' 777 S. Henderson St Mrs. Barbara E. Setterdahl, 1026 Jefferson St. Joseph D. Adams, Mobile City Mrs. Velda P. Pitts, Woodhull Miss Elizabeth A. Shy, 593 E. North St. Hobart B. McCIain, 984 Monroe St. Mrs Cynthia K. Shipp, Altona Mrs. Ruby M. Miller, 1074 Monroe St. Mrs. Mary Lemon, Avon ALPHA — Debbie Loving, Dennis Loving, Delb^rt Loving, ^ ..... - . DOtijlas White, WilUam^ White,' BRISBANE, Australia' (UPI) Dwvld Johnson, Alan Nice, Tony Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 342-1913 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Ethel B. Morris 147 N. Prairie, Galesburg, 111. Graveside Services: 1:30 P.M. - SATURDAY OAK LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Memorials in Mrs. Morris' lienor may be made to St. Martha's Nursing Home recreation fund. Howard, Holly Roesner, Teresa Taylor, Karen Nesbitt and Bertha Linn were confirmed during Easter Sunday worship services at Alpha United Methodist Church. Mrs. Carl McClenning gave,the major lesson on work simplification in the home when Oxford Homemakers Extension met at the home of Mrs. Jerome LeCornu April 20. Mrs. Richard Miller conducted the business meeting and also ^ave the feature lesson. She will host the next meeting May 18. Mrs. Telford Johnson, Mrs. Howard McCurdy, Mrs. Edith Bohman; Miss Margaret Bohman, Mrs.- Richard Bland and Mrs. Owen Carlson, all members of the Alpha Baptist Church, gave a party for Galesburg State Research Hospital patients April 19. (Continued from Page 2) Alrtka C/turcfc Research• ^Cnntiniipri frnm Confirms 12 As Members Hlnchliff- •bearson ^. M ,rc,o.s'lUB0TMnC' fUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WES7 FBEMONTSTREST rHONEM3-2IU1 CALEUURQ MRS. HARVE PETERSON - RR, Cameron, 111. Serv. ices 10:30 AM. Saturday at HinchliffPearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Memorial Paik Cemetery. —0— MRS. RALPH R. REED - 637 W. Fremont St. Services 3 P.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Henderson Cemetery, Henderson, 111, —0— MRS. ETHEL MAY HALL - Peoria, 111. Services 1:30 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearspn-W e s t Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening at the Chapel. Burial at Alpha Cemetery, Alpha, 111. Mrs Blanche Jordan returned heme April 16 after a month's visit with Mrs. Neoma Siefken at Spring Hill, Fla. Guests April 18 at the home of Ben Weir, Wataga, were Mrs. Lois Wilson, Mrs. Marvel Freneli and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stackhouse, Cambridge. Alvin Walker returned home April 19 from Moline Public Hospital. Guests April 22 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley White were Mrs. Marjorie White, Miss Verle Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loving, New Windsor, Mrs. Alice Nelson, Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. John Lynn, Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. Willard McCurdy, Bishop Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCurdy, Alexis, Virginia and Becky Franks, Alpha and Elmer Sholl, Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts left April 22 for their home at Milwaukee, Wis., after a visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. WesleV White. They were here to attend the funeral of her father, the late Herman McCurdy of Aledo. After these visits, recommendations are handed down for cutbacks in areas where programs are found wasteful, duplications or not the fbusinesaof-the Department of Mental Health, ife^sald; Hannigan said that while it has previously been a practice to give emproyes no advance notice they were to be laid off, the department has now assured employes they will be given a 2-week notice 'n order that thev may have time to Dlan for their future. "Although I understand there weren't too many layoffs before," he commented. HE SAID the department is complying vvith the state personnel code with regard to seniority and job classification in the layoffs. "Our biggest problem has been the naivete of the public and employes with reeard to Javoffs. We have found that the truth is more naiatable than the rumors which can circulate," Hannigan said. Councilman Went Asfainst Own Law RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) Councilman Joseh Inacio Borba cast a no vote against his own resolution Thursday at a city council meeting in the tropical town of Na^areh da Mata. Newspapers said the em- barassed Borba told surprised colleagues and spectators that he had not been paying attention. Out of habit, he said, he had voted the same way as another councilman, but his political ally for once deserted him. Princess Anne Gets it Again LONDON (UPI) - Princess Arine caught criticism again today for riding to the hounds. Raymond Rowley, in the annual report of the League Against Cruel Sports, said the Queen's 22-year-old daughter had taken to foxhunting as,a duck takes to water. "While on Ouristmas Day Her Majesty the Queen appealed for less selfishness and for a reduction in violence, her daughter, for her own selfish interests, continues a leisure activity in which violence, Man Drowns death and suffering are essen- ROCKFORD, 111. (UPD-Waltitial ingredients," Rowley said. Huber, 32. Indianapolis, Ind., " A more ludicrous situation drowned Thursday in the swirl- jj hard to imagine." ling floodwaters surrounding! Rowjey has been a persistent Blackhawk Island near here. I critic of Princess Anne's fox hunting activities, and the sport itself. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Phillip Allen, 498 Michigan Ave. Paul E. Coppock, Moon Towers Mrs. Winona Coughlin, 427 Arnold St. Mrs. Margaret Elledge, 108 Blaine Ave. Miss Sandy G; Furniss,' 427 Locust^St/ Miss Pamela Jordan, Avon Mrs. Linda C. Libby, 334 Locust St. Charles L. Morris, Monmouth Mrs. Jennie E Mann, 614 E. Berrien St. Mrs. June E. Pierce, 1063 S. Farnham St. Larry D. Rowe, 1896 Baird Ave. Mrs. Sharon L. Stroops, 830 Pine St. Mrs. Irene F. Sloan, 567 E Brooks St. Mrs. Leona M. Stevens, 172 Whitesboro St. Mrs. Sue A. Tracy, 744 Ruby St. Mrs. Mary A. Wiley, Dahinda Mrs. Beverly A, Yarde, 1450 Lindsay Lane DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Nathan W. Holliday, 163 W Tompkins St. Mrs. Alice F. Williamson, London Mills Mrs. Marilyn S. Malley, Avon Leland Desollar, 155 Walnut St. Mrs. Sylvia R. Warren, 1151 Hawkinson Ave. Carroll McGee, Abingdon Miss Melissa Heck, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Lola A. Gillette, BushneU Harold G, Harvey, Galesburg Route 2 Do It Byeiy Tilrife THiGty/WlfH ^ TB0«»INWITH HIM Strike Ille£;al NORMAL, III. (UPI) - Officials of the United Rubber Worker.'^ Union say a strike by union members at Firestone plants in Normal and Decatur is illegal and have launched efforts to get union members back on the job. Woodhull(Continued from Page 5) Traffic Court TRAFFIC COURT-TK 1 Robert L. Jennings, 21, Mobile City Trailer Court, paid $50 Thursday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for speeding. Others fined for speeding were Robert R. Suryk, 51, 105 Maple Ave., $13; Paul M. Rand, 20, Beech Grove, Ind., $11; Robert E. Mahoney, 45, Peoria, $11; Daniel 0. Josefson, 22, Abingdon, $15; Helen C. Hollingsworth, 21, Sycamore, $11; Jason M. Cost, 23, Elkins, W. Va., $12; Gary M. McLaren, 19, 742 Peck St., $15; SherryL.,Balni 30, 758 Peck St., $25, and Kathy A. Winter, 23, 73 W. North St., $13. Kathy Winter also paid $5 for a wheel tax sticker violation. Fined $10 for speeding were Clarence D. McMaster, 49, Yates City; Teddy J. Childers, 37, Rio; Peggy S:''Patrick, 24, Belvidere; Charles W. Brosh, 22, River Forest, Mary M. Qif- ford, 17, 63 Sumner St., and James Di Cowan, 18^ 1344 Rock Island Ave. Cowan also i)aid $10 for a stop signal violation. Others fined. |10 for traffic signal violations were Friedl Lengh, 62, 2664 Sprihger Rd.; Hazel E. Henry, 72; 1115 E. Brooks St.; Richard J. Thompson, 23, Abingdon; WiUiani W. Lucas, 46, Alexis; .Terry Burleson, 18„of near Ga1l^s|?urg; Paul E. Korth, 35, Etattvood, and David L. Kimm«i;,%, 1370,S. Pearl St. Kimmll^!: Was also fined $10 for a curfew violation — no valid drivers'license. Nichols P. Joyner, 20, 3026 Lincoln Park Dr., and Robert Van Treese, 21,- Maquon, were each fined $25 for traffic signal violations. John W. Rice, 18, Abingdon, paid $25 for a muffler violation. Sharon K. Turner, 31, Oneida, was fined $20 for driving with an expired license. Donald L. Barton, 18, 188 Indiana Dr., was fined $15 for excessive ^acceleration. A $15 fine was piaid by John M. Williams, 20;:Adel, Iowa, for leaving the scene of an accident. Fined $10 Thursday were Orie E. Wright, 17, 247 Silver St., muffler violation; Michael C. Emmett, 18, Berwyn, hitchhiking; Steven R. Lennenburg- er, 19, 783 E. North St., driving with ficticious license plates; Richard L. Carlson, 29, Altona, failing to reduce speed to' avoid an accident; George W. Schofield, 59, 1006 E. Knox St., illegal backing; Raymond G. Purchase, 21, 42 Mobile City Trailer Court, muffler violation; Andy M. Ackman, 17, 608 Ohio Ave., excessive acceleration; James W. Smith, 22, Gilson, muffler violation and Robert D. Showalter, 16, 702 Lombard St., excessive accelera tion. Fined $5 for overtime parking were Alice Swanson, 900 W. placed against him last June 24. Fines .of. $30. were, levied against Miss Patricia L. Bushong, 18, 914 W. Third Ave., and Miss Cindy K. Vanskike, 18, 1250 E. Boston Ave. Both were charged with speeding. Mrs. Marilyn M. Blarisett, 31, Little York, was fined $15 for not having valid registration. Also fined $15 was Danny K. Sperry, 20, Alexis, who was charged with wrong lane usage. Pined $10 were Thomas E. Nees, 27, Roseville, improper backing; Najib Aiwan, 45, Peoria, speeding; Ronald G. Mohr, 19, Little York, excessive noise; William E. Herrin, 62, 383 E. Ferris St., Galesburg, improper passing, and George L. Gal)»raith, 28, Stansberry, Mo., disobeying a traffic signal. Traffic Accidents Sharon K. Booth,' 20, 1084 S, Seminary St., was cited for failing to render information at the scene of an accident after she allegedly <lrove away from the scene of a mishap Thurs- .day shortly after noo%in which her car. struck a van driven by Dennis L. Blum, 26, 1148 E. Main St. The accident occurred near the corner of Main and Fulton streets as the Booth vehicle was leaving a private drive. No tickets were issued after a car driven by Linde Bredburg, 25, Alpha, backed into one owned by Tony J. Gerk, 1176 Lancaster St., Thursday at 12:22 p.m. in the 200 block of West Waters Street. The Gerk car vi^as parke^. Tlicfts MONMOUTH - Mrs. Buford Ross, 111 S. 11th St., reported to police Thursday at 11:17 a.m. that a $200 set of golf clubs had been stolen from her garage sometime between Wednesday at 8 p.m. and the time of the report. Randall D. Chambers, 440 S. Seventh St., reported to police today at 7:19 a.m. that a $50 tape deck had been stolen from his car the night before. Sharon Sue Jacobson, 223 S. Sixth St., reported to police Thursday at 10:56 p.m. that her car had been stolen from the parking lot at Western Stoneware earlier in the evening. A 14-year-old boy was apprehended with the car in the 200 block of South 11th Street shortly after the theft was reported. Rex Albert, 312 E. Third Ave., told police Thursday night that $250 worth of stereo equipment had been stolen from his car. He said he parked the car at a bowling alley at 6:45 p:m; and returned at 9:10 p.m. to find a tape player, speakers, tapes and case missing. - The Galesburg Register-Mail incorrectly reported Thursday that a car which overturned Wednesday at 8 p.m. on North Seminary Street Road was driven by Diana Barrigan, 875 Abingdon St., who was actually a passenger in the vehicle driven by Mary Ann Glas, 900 W. Dayton St. Both received minor injuries. persons interested in volunteer ing or those who want to subscribe for the mealjs may contact her. Ck>nfirmands and graduatigg seniors will be honored at Bethany Lutheran Church Luther League's annual banquet May 6 at 6:30 p.m. Birger Swanson, former manager of the Augustana Book Concern and a world traveler, will present the program, African Safari." The program will be open to the public; it is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! S. Pleasant Ave.; Howard Dee, 1082 E. Dayton St., and William E. Burhardt, 50 Maple Court. Payin? $5 fines for wheel tax sticker violations were Ola- mouth Blvd.; Martha M. M ^^k- ham, 38,391 N. Cherry St., «ind David M. Chaney, 31, 1169 Garden Lane. MONMOUTH - Steven G. Holford. 21. Kirkwood, and Roger L. Babcock, 18, of near Monmouth, were fiped $300 each in Warren County Traffic Court on charges of driving while intoxicated. * Curtis C. Wallace. 18, 1103 S. First St., was fined 1100 on a charge of disorderly conduct Births Born at St. Mary 's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Tracy, 744 Ruby St., a boy at 3:48 p.m. Thursday. Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. |ind Mrs. Roger A. Schwarr, 1419 E. Main St., a boy at 2:41 p.m. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Quick, former residents, now of Pewaukie, Wis., are the parents of a girl, Jennifer, born Thursday. Mrs. Quick, the former Vesper Shenaut, is the daughter of Divorces Granted MONMOUTH—Three divorces were granted this week in the Warren County Circuit Court on grounds of mental cruelty. Sherry A. Peterson was granted a divorce from Gary Petersen. She was also given custody of five minor children. The Petersons were married Jan. 16, 1964, at Monmouth. Elizabeth L. Kelley was given a divorce from Phillip L. Kelley. The couple was married Aug. 14, 1965. William D. Hank was awarded a divorce from Opal Mae Hank. They were married Dec. 11, 1970, at Macomb. Arrests Juan Martinez, 18, no address listed, was arrested Thursday about 9:45 p.m. by Galesburg police for possession of a dangerous drug, possession of marijuana and taking indecent liberties with a minor child. He was taken into custody in a local motel, where he was reportedly found with a 15-year- oW. runaway from Denver, Colo. The drugs and marijuana were found in the room, police said. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. Leslie L. (Lewis) Walters, 24, 260 W. First St., and Jerry E. Treadway, 24, 262 Lincoln St. lekan Eyinfunjowo. 22, 473 Men- iiderion and Mr «nd Mr« T m /Mith nivH . Mortfc« Xif iur«..i, fiwwerson, aaa Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheanut^i Fin^ Paid By 103 S. Market St., Knoxville. iR,J,,,.|^„f n ..iv«M< Mr. and Mrs Rodney Bunch, j*^^*"*!^"! Ul'IVei Chicago, are the parents of a LONDON (UI'I) - When girl, Betina Nicole, born April!businessman Murtaza Khan 17. ivvas fined $74.40 for driving with excessive alcohol in his blood, he asked the judge for a month to pay. "Just out of interest, if you were now searched by the jailer," asked Judge Neil McElliogott, "how much money would you have?" Paternal grandmother is Mrs. r» . o. . ,„ ^'"''^l Bunch, 171 Laurel Ave. pavton St.: Cheryl Palmer 125 ALEXIS-Mr. and Mrs Philip Bethel are the parents of a daughter, Katrina Larin, born April 9atLaSalle-Peru Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sims, North W. Bethel. Aledo. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Shirley J. Adams against Ervin A. Adams, Vema M. Norris against H. Gene Norris, Jimmy L. Rhodes against Candice E. Rhodes, Diane Elaine Chasteen agauist Lurel Dewayne Chasteen,, Sandra K. Folger agamst Donald Duane Folger. and Kathleen M. B^tey against Jack E. Bellamy; A-l Ambulance Service WE APPRECIATE THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING OUR MANY CUSTOMERS M. M. SCHACTNEB, OwfMf

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