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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 2, 1973
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS PAUL NAUMANN YATES CITY — Paul Naumann, 47, Yates City, died at Proctor Hospital, Peoria, today at 1:30 a.itt. He Was born at Henry on July IS, 1925. He married Dorothy Crocker at Chillicothe on Sept. 17, 1945. She survives With two Whs, Allan of Elmwood and Robert of Yates City; three brothers, Al Naumann, Ashtabula, Ohio, Lc- roy Naumann, Henry, and Leo Naumann, Piano; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Ladd, Chillicothe, and three grandchildren. He was chief electrician at the Allendale Mine at Wyoming, Yates City police chief and a deputy for the Knox County sheriff at the time of his death. He had been employed for'28 years by the Santa Fc and Burlington Northern railroads. He was a World War II veteran, member of VFW Post 4724 at Elmwood and American Legion Post 461 at Yates City. He was a member of Yates City School District 207 Board of Education, the Elba-Salem Fire Department and St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Funeral will be at St. Patrick's Church, Elmwood, Friday at 10 a.m. Rev. Daniel Sheehan will officiate. Burial will be at St. Mary's Cemetery, Elmwood. Visitation will be at the Patterson Funeral Home at Elmwood Thursday from 4-9 p.m., where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. RENE R. CLIFTON DALLAS CITY - Rene Ruskin Clifton, 61, of Dallas City, died Tuesday at Carthage Memorial Hospital. He was born at Dallas City on Nov. 26, 1911, and married Naomi Cleo Cottrell there Nov. 26, 1936. She survives with two sons, Richard of Stronghurst and Robert of Dallas City; two daughters, Audrienne of Towanda and Nancy of Center Point, Iowa; two brothers, George Clifton, Dallas City, and Bill Clifton, Washington, D.C., and two sisters, Mrs. Richard Farmer, Chatham, Mass., and Mrs. Floyd Willetts, Galesburg. Funeral will be at Dallas City United Methodist Church Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Rev. John McCord will officiate. Burial will be at Dallas City Cemetery. Visitation will be at the Fiedler Funeral Home, Dallas City, until Thursday at 1 p.m. or at the Clifton home anytime. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. MRS. MALVINA FORTE MONMOUTH - Funeral for Mrs. Malvina Forte, 83, of 808 S. First St., who died Friday, was Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. I. J. Scales, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Leland Brooks, Richard Bailey, LeRoy and Theodore Harrison, Bobby Martin and Ed Harlman. HARLAN T. DENNIS Harlan T. Dennis, 66, of Dire, Ind., formerly of Galesburg, died Tuesday morning at Dire. He was born Oct. 11, 1906, Whatever the .Occasion "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists US N. BROAD 34M121 Mausoleums and Monuments McFALL MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St Galesburg, III. Phone 342-f5lt „UIM lllll 'll O I A I t « and married Anne Marefield in I November 1928. Surviving with the widow are two daughters, Mrs. Lois Pangrac, Willmette, and Mrs. Car olyn Newenhouse, Lansing; two brothers, Wilbur of Galjesburg and Ward of Knoxville, and three sisters, Mrs. Jeanette Weidenhamer, Knoxville, Mrs. Evelyn TcnBore, Moline, and Dorance, Oneida. Funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Hadlcy Funeral Home, Hammond, Ind. MANZELLE*E.TAWLER Funeral for ManzeUe E. (Happy) Lawlcr, 78, of 74 Illinois Ave., who died Sunday at St. Mary's Hospital, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff- Pearson-Wcst Chapel by Rev. John R. Shearer, pastor of First Church of the Open Bible. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Milton, Ward and Robert Lawler, Charles Wheelhouse, Lowell Thujine and Ronald McCullough. Masonic services were conducted Tuesday night at the chapel by Alpha Masonic Lodge, with Jesse Goff as master, Irvin Spencer as chaplain and Clyde Landon as secretary. CARL E. THOUREEN Funeral for Carl E. Thoureen, 61, of 359 S. Pearl St., who died Monday at St. Mary's Hospital, was conducted at 3 p.m. today at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel by Rev. Robert McDonald, pastor of Emmanuel United Methodist Church. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Troy E. Roach, Roy R. Parker, Ted Stairwalt, Howard E. Peterson, Lowell Guenther and Wilfred Johnson. Two to Compete In Auto Contest Russell Sharp and Albert Green, students at Galesburg High School, will represent the school May 11 in an annual automotive troubleshooting contest at Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield. Auggie Gatt, high school automotive instructor, explained that teams of two students work on a car in which a series of malfunctions have been placed. Winners are determined according to how quickly and accurately they find and fix the problems. The contest is one of 113 regional meets throughout the country this spring. Regional winners earn expense-paid trips to Plymouth's National Troubleshooting Championships June 25-27 at I Boston. Regional winners will compete for college scholarships and more than $90,000 in prizes. The Galesburg team is sponsored by Hill Chrysler-Plymouth. Circus Acrobat Falls During Act NEW YORK (UPI) - A circus acrobat billed as "The Great Atlas" fell approximately 55 feet from near the ceiling of Madison Square Garden Tuesday night when a rope used in his act malfunctioned. The performer with the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus was not seriously injured. Atlas' act called for him to fall from a platform but to stop short of hitting the ground by a rope tied to his wrist. The act apparently worked well enough to break the fall and keep Atlas from being seriously injured. \Scott Say* t I) - Afc toMrMwin opinion sayMf tM'WHypeing Board bis no 14pl 'nptio issue free rice track PMIM« Such pimt have long been given gratis to politicians, gov* ernment officials and otherf. Scott's opinion, in effect, OOl* laws the free pass practice. The opinion was sought by Anthorty Scariano, chairman of the Racing Board. Scott cited extensive case law, including an Illinois Supreme Court ruling, in reaching his conclusion. "Although the Illinois Racing Board possesses extensive control over the manner in which races are conducted," Scott said, "it lacks specific statutory authorization to issue free passes. "While board members or their representatives are entitled to free access to rasetracks to insure compliance With the rules and regulations of the board," Scott said, "this cannot be construed as a grant of authority to issue free passes. "Since the 111 i n o i s Racing Board, as an administrative body, has only the authority expressly conferred upon it by the statute creating it, it is my opinion that the Illinois Racing Board is without authority to issue free passes to the various tracks located in Illinois." Schisler Favors Tax Relief Plan Defeated by GOP SPRINGFIELD - Rep. Gale Schisler, D-Loridon Mills, says he supports a food and drug tax relief plan even though it was defeated by Republicans in the Illinois House. 'The bill, which represents the tax relief plan Gov. Dan Walker outlined in his budget message, would have cut a fam ily of four's state income tax bill by $35 per year," Schisler said. . "The bill would have granted an additional $350 exemption from the income tax for every man, Woman and child in Illinois," Schisler said. "The tax savings would have represented a substantial portion of the sales tax a family has to pay on food and drugs." The legislation received 87 votes, almost all cast by Demor cratic House members. It failed by two votes. OEP Will Open Flood Relief Center in Chester SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - The Office of Emergency Preparedness will open a flood relief center in Chester this weekend, federal coordinating officer Robert E. Conner said today. Conner said the center will be open from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the Randolph County Courthouse to help area residents, including those on Kaskaskia Island, get disaster help. Gov. Daniel Walker Tuesday announced the opening of nine similar centers. A spokesman said the Chester center will be open just two days because there are only some 35 families in the area. HOSPITAL 9t. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Bebert M. Andrews, Abingdon Mrs. Alma P. Breedlove, Knoxville Mrs. Am M. Benson, Cameron Mrs. Joy M. CoUins, Oneida veni Ld- Mtfy ( w |uun fflten Duty, htm Mn. DeJictty Drake, East UMOTBUFg Loud R. Foroyehe, 4* N. Cod* St: Ogden Haynea, fJ8 Locus* St, Mark D. Johnson, AKona Mrs. Kdith ft. MeOee, Abingdon Mrs. Karen E. Severns, 450 Monroe St, Merideth L. Sbafer, Maquon Mark Williams, Berwick James E. Wiley, Cambridge Mrs. Kathleen Whitsitt, Knoxville Mrs. Caroline E. Whitton, Toiuca Mrs. Martha Vanderhyden, Monmouth DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Donald H. Bern Jr., 191 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Sandra J. Whetsell, Abingdon Mrs. Winona Coughlin, 427 Arnold St. Mrs. Cera H. Benjamin, 162 Locust St. Mrs. Marlene S. Miller, 890 Jefferson St. Joel V. Miller, 890 Jefferson St. Charles L. Morris, Monmouth OMord H. Hay, Aledo Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. E. Lorraine May, Maquon Anthony E. Duncan, 1539 McKnight St. Mrs. Marian D. Lofgren, Monmouth Theodore L. Hoffman, 1163 Clark St. . Jay M. Reed, Fairview Marie Borkgren, Kewanee Mrs. Ann Lydic, 459 W. Cedar St. Stanley W. McMeekan, Alpha Joseph F. Joseph, 1717 Beecher Ave. Kenneth G. Dean, Marietta Mrs. Martha A. RanfeM, 490 S. Soangetaha Rd. Mrs. Ruth A. Cole, 583 ;E. Brooks St. Donna D. Carlson, Galesburg Route 4 Leonard L. Erickson, 1248 Clark St. James S. Scott, Victoria Mrs. Louise E. Wilson, 388 Irwin St. James P. Graves, Williamsfield Mrs. Sandra Y. Ponce, 795 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Sheila A. Martin, Oneida DISMISSALS TUESDAY: i Mrs. Hazel B. Hegwood, Wyoming Eliza Dewey Taylor, Fulton, Iowa Sidney C. Westerdale, Woodhull James T. Beary, Wataga Mrs. Starr M. West, Knoxville Mrs. E. Charlene Links, Knoxville Mrs. Sharon A. Klinebaugh, 18 Kimberly Terrace John F. Schmelzer Jr., Macomb Lloyd E. Dewitt, 539 Clark St. Owen E. Terry, Yates City Linda M. Nodeen, Williamsfield Mrs. Elaine E. Broadfield, Alpha Rene M. Antoine, Monroe Mrs. Carol E. Waters, Abingdon Man Electrocuted AMBOY, HI. (UPI)- William R. Thiering, 17, South Beloit, was electrocuted Tuesday while trying to salvage copper at the Old Green River Ordinance Depot near here. _Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Wednesdoy, Moy 2, 1973 11 Today's Record Traffic MINI W Florence Ave., failing to yield the after her car was _ rr .... driven by Shirley AllenSWbrth, 45, 149 Osage St., Tuesday at a .m. at the comer of Fremont and Academy streets. Both driven were cited alter a mishap Tuesday at 3:81 p.m. near the corner of Knox and Whitesboro street!, when a motorcycle operated by Donald E. Conover, 21, 2500 grand Ave., went out of control and flipped over. Conover was cited for a passing violation. The driver of the car he was attempting to pass, Cheryle A. King, 17, 30 Hiawatha Lane, was cited for a turn signal violation. Conovcr's motorcycle went out of control during evasive action and the two vehicles did not hit, police said. A car driven by Mercedes Cabrera, 43, 906 Pine St., struck the back of one driveliby James M. Lee, 17, 229 E. Fifth St., Tuesday at 4:05 p .m. at the corner of Seminary and South streets. There were no arrests. John A. Scrlbbins, 92, 1373 N. Cherry St., was charged for not reporting a mishap after he backed his car into one owned by John R. Lewis, Mobile City Trailer Court, Tuesday at 5:44 p.m. near the intersection of Sanborn and Henderson streets. The Lewis vehicle was parked. Police are looking for the driver of an unidentified auto that backed into a parked car cwned by Tannie Williams, 1052 \\. Berrien St., Tuesday about 10:45 p.m. in the 800 block of West Brooks Street. MONMOUTH — Cars driven by Gary E. Strong, 20, Monmouth, and Larry W. Johnson, 21, Cameron, collided Tuesday ait 9:45 p.m. on U.S. 67 about two miles south of Monmouth. Strong was driving north when the southbound Johnson car reportedly skidded broad- aide into his path. Johnson told police he was following another oar and lost control when he applied his brakes to avoid striking the unidentified car in front of him Johnson was charged with improper lane usage. LaQuita D. Jones, 23, 725 W Third Ave., was charged Tuesday at 7:52 a.m. with failure to jtield right ni way after the car he was driving hit one driven by Allen R. Stone, 22, 313 S. A. St. Stone was driving his car south on B Street and Jones was westbound on Eighth Avenue. Charles D. Smith, 44, 610 W. Boston Ave. and Stanley H. Lodwick, 19, 224 S. A St., were involved in a truck-car accident Tuesday at 10:50 p.m. at the corner of E Street and Third Avenue. Smith was driving his truck south on E Street and Lodwick was easlbound on Third Avenue. Smith was charged with failure to yield right of way. Lodwick was cited for not having a valid drivers license. Traffic Court Speeding fines were paid Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court by Walter I. Batterson, 61, St. Louis, Mo., $11; Virginia M. Roach, 38, Clinton, Iowa, $11; Marcia K. McLaughlin, 51, Alpha, $12; Jennie M. Rylander, 51. Altona, $14; Roger L. Lytle, 17, Wataga, $17; Barney G. Hartzo, 65, Houston, Texas, $15; William E. Grothusen, 53, Moline, jf FINEST IN T P FLORAL { j? TRIBUTES | Don's % Flower Shop < 56 FULTON Jp. «3K •hearson FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-2101 GALESBUR9 MISS DEBBIE KLAPP - 761 Day St. Services to be arranged. Costa Kindergarten Seen If Parents Indicate Need The Catholic Board of Education Tuesday night committed itself to adding a kindergarten to Costa Catholic School if enough parents indicate it is needed. A group of primary grade teachers and representatives of the Costa Community Assn. met with the board to discuss the possibility. The school now includes Grades 1-9 and has an enrollment of 600. The board voted to conduct a survey among parents of prospective and first-grade students to determine whether addition of a kindergarten would encourage attendance at the school. The board agreed that if enough parents respond favorably, the kindergarten class will be added. A financial report to the board showed the school is operating in the black as its first full year of operation draws to a close. A fund of seme $3,000 remains on hand to start next year's operation. The board voted to send a letter to the Most Rev. Edward O'Rourke, bishop of the Peoria Diocese, detailing use of the $14,875 given to start the school last year. The letter states that some $7,000 remains in the fund given by Bishop O'Rourke. Of the money spent, only $100 went for labor on any project readying the school for occupancy. The rest of the work was donated by members of the three Catholic parishes. The board accepted the resignation of Sister Lois Ann Stoiger, who has accepted a position as the only sister on the faculty of a Lockport school. Sister Joyce, Costa principal, said that while some contracts remain to be signed, most faculty positions for next year are filled. The board was told that graduation for the school will be May 30. A board spokesman said that a committee is trying to arrange for # Mass to be concelebrated by pastors of the thxea Catholic parishes as part of the graduation exercises. The graduation -will be the first for the school which was formed when members of the three parishes voted to consolidate the former Immaculate Heart oi Mary School and St. Joseph's Academy. Dtbra L. DeVore, 20, r Dr., $12. for speeding were David Jones, 30, Bet- lihdorf; Eddie D. Kirk, 21, 1440 Lindsey Lane; Clifford H. Dorethy Jr., 20, Elmwood, and Paul C. Elmore 20, 773 E. Brooks St. Barbara J. Anderson, 28, 1380 Monmouth Blvd., and Richard V. Palmer, 21, 490 N. Cherry St., each paid $10 for illegal starting. Failing to yield the right of Way resulted in $10 fines for Gregory L. Glas, 18, Ml Maple Ave.; Wanda B. Sargent, 57, 1932 Robertson Ave., and John C. Dawson, 61, 1412 Monmouth Blvd. Donald W. Hunter, 46, Knoxville, and Gerald D. GilSOn, 52, 431 Phillips St. were each fined $10 for safety test violations. Fined $10 for traffic signal violations were Lawrence E. Smith, 20, Oneida, and Karen R. Early, 26, Kimberly Terrace. Others fined $10 Tuesday were Rita L. Ackerman, 28,1397 Lane Ave., failing to report striking parked vehicle; Nova B. Robertson, 75, 1095 Whitesboro St., speed restriction; Ronald E. Stambaugh, 32, Abingdon, permitting an unauthorized person to drive; Steven A. Coleman, 18, 858 Avenue A., excessive acceleration, and Richard K. Rushing, 18, 1715 E. Main St., driving too fast for conditions. Fined $5 for overtime parking were Michael Kuhlman, 133 N. Seminary St.; David Dickmeyer, Abingdon; Harold Britton, 736 W. Knox St., and Robert Danforth, 360 S. Whitesboro St. MONMOUTH - Richard V. Moeller, 19, Davenport, Tuesday was fined a total of $340 in Warren County Traffic Court. He was fined $300 for reckless driving and $40 for speeding. Roger F. Kellogg, 409 S. Fifth St., was fined $50 for illegal possession of liquor. A $35 fine was levied against Olaitan A. Kowobari, ,21, Macomb, for speeding. Ronald W. Pasternak, 22, Joliet, was fined $30 for having no valid registration. Fined $10 for speeding were Dennis M. Rhoades, 30, 204 N. 12th St., and George E. Meredith, 54, Matherville. Also fined $10 each were Charles E. Stotler, 15, 405 E. Fourth Ave., improper opening of a car door; Charles W. Icenogle, 17, 415 S. First St., disobeying a traffic signal, and Victor M. Bates, 31, 920 S. Second St., improper parking. ^ STARK COUNTY-Lawrence Lee Bronage, Bark River. Mich., and Robert Jerome Gorski, Chicago, paid $100 fines each in Stark County Traffic Court on charges of illegal transportation of liquor. Carol J. Clausen, Bradford, paid a $15 fine for an illegal U-turn at the crest of a hill. Fire Calls MONMOUTH - Firefighters were called today at 8 a.m. to the home of Harry Hanson, 904 E. Seventh Ave. There was no fire but a maMunctioning furnace motor filled the house with smoke. Circuit Court M CDONOUGH COUNTY Fines of $10 were paid April 27 in Traffic Divison of McDonough County Circuit Court by Danny W. Wilson, 26, 193 S. Rile St., Bushhell, for disobeying a flashing red light, and by Gary D. Martin, 23, Box .101, Bushnell, for speeding. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Becky Sue Schisler against Everett L. Schisler, Linda Kay Wallace against Ronald G. Wallace. Debra Sue Asencio against David Anthony Asencio, Thomas P. Campbell against Sandra Kay Campbell, Dolores Hagan against Ronald Hagan, Ellen Louise Weedman against Willard Edward Weedman, Lee Eldridge against Patricia C. Eldridge. Marvin Bilderback against Xochitl Bilderhack. and <?f>nrtrs) Jean Whetsell against ToHnnfe Jacob Whetsell. Arrests Terry G. Meyers, 22, Woodhull, was arrested today about 1:15 a.m. by Galesburg police officers for resisting police after an alleged disturbance at •the Hotel Custer. Mary Beth Langenbahn, 18, 970 N. Cherry St., was booked Tuesday for theft under $150 after questioning at police headquarters. She was accused of taking merchandise during In Madison County Probe rugRaid Said he was "shocked and appalled by the storm trooper tactics" of the raiders. He said the Senate subcommittee on government reorganiz a t i o n would lMk Into the incident during a May 18 hearing in Chicago. Ambrose said the agents, whom he did not identity, denied many of the abusive behavior charges and said the men would continue to draw pay "until we find more evidence of their malevolence." Ambrose said the agents were acting on a tip that a man who had sold a quantity of herein, it an undercover agent i Wig In one of the homes. T titer the men nor any drug ly were not following instruc*]w#i *Mnd In either of the COLLINSV1LLB, 111. tVP!)- Local authorities today were preparing for a Madison Coun ty grand jury investigation into at least one of two mistaken drug raids carried out by narcotics agents at private homes here last week. In Washington Myles J. Ambrose, chief of federal drug law enforcement, said Tuesday a federal grand jury investigation into the matter had been ordered. Ambrose, a special assistant attorney general in charge of the Justice Department's office for drug abuse law enforcement, said of the incidents, "it would appear to be stupidity, They (the raiding agents) clear tions. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Askew said a shotgun-carrying agent broke down the back door of their home the night of April 23 and was followed by other agents who stormed into their home. The Askews subsequently filed suit against the federal government, asking $100,000 in damages. Yanked from Bed An attorney representing Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Giglotto said early this week that he was preparing a similar suit. Giglotto said about 15 armed men in hippie garb broke into his apartment and, shouting obscenities, yanked him and his wife from bed and ransacked their home. Giglotto said one raider held a cocked gun at his head and threatened to kill him. Local authorities said the Askew raid would be brought to the attention of a Madison County grand jury Thursday. Meanwhile, Ambrose said the four federal agents involved had been suspended with pay until the completion of the investiga tion, and recommended that 10 local police officers and one Illinois Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent be relieved of further drug enforcement duties while the inquiry is in progress. Giglotto sent a telegram to President Nixon, asking him personally to investigate the raids in the interests of "justice and the rights of private citizens." Percy is "Shocked" Sen. Charles Percy, R - 111., homes Was no authority—I repeat, no authority -given to any agent to forcibly make an arrest," Ambrose aaid. "This is different from other raids because the agents went to the wrong house. "But this is a very isolated situation. We do not condone this kind of conduct, never have and never will," he said. Children Set Free After Gunman Shot (Continued From Page 3) could see. Once we got outside he told all the policemen to back off or he'd shoot me. "All of a sudden I heard a shot and he fell. So I just ran," Johnny said. A stalemate of about an hour, when no shots were fired, followed. Police Capt. Gail Owens, and a social worker, Julia Whittaker, entered the school in futile attempts to negotiate with the two remaining gunmen. The decision to surrender was made after Blakes' brother was allowed inside. The surrender was made and frightened hostage children were released into the arms of weeping parents. One child was treated at St. Francis Hospital for an epileptic seizure and three others were taken there for observation. Walker to Scrap Segments Qf Supplemental Freeways (Continued From Page 3) mending freeway construction, have introduced bills calling for freeways which the DOT says would cost nearly $i billion. Administration sources told UPI that Walker made the basic decision on the freeway system som* time ago, and that the DOT since has been working to put. those decisions into a comprehensive plan. The program announced today, the sources said, was developed by the DOT under the Walker parameters. The governor, even before he froze the freeway program, had struction of the freeway sys-' made " cle ."" £ e . waS ^ t em 3 * Iconcerned With the two - lane state's eastern border; a freeway running north-south from the Quad Cities to the St. Louis area near the Mississippi River; major portions of the Southern Illinois freeway from St. Louis through Carbondale and to the Indiana border;' and the portion of the U.S. 51 corridor running from Bloomington south to Interstate 57. To build the whole program, Walker said, would cost $5 billion. Today's announcement ended a three-month freeze on con- Walker quietly halted bidding on freeway projects early last February — a move reported exclusively at that time by UPI. Aides said the governor "wanted to see the whole thing" before deciding which segments of the system would be approved and which would be scrapped roads most often used by Illinois residents than with freeways. Walker often has said he will give financial preference to roads used "by the housewife going to market and the child going to school in a school bus." He also is fond of quot- iing a farmer who told him it bids been let in,*, *\ to traVe ] t ? mi " ut f along bumpy, rutted roads to reach a freeway where one may travel 70 miles an hour for is minutes to reach a destination. Had the February, as scheduled, they would have been formally approved within four to six weeks and construction equipment could have been in the field as soon as weather permitted, POT officials said. The announcement today Birtlit Born at St. Mary 's Hospital to: , . , . | Mr. and Mrs. Lupe Rodriguez, means that the system can bej 762 E. Berrien St., a girl Mon- listed for bids at the June 8 d a y at 2:50 p.m. bid-letting ceremony. By the Mr. and Mrs. Roger Benson, time the lowest bids are certHcameron Route 1, a boy Tues- fied as winners, however, construction is not likely to begin until the middle of July. VHalf of the construction season has been 1 lost," a DOT spokesman said when Walker day at 8:52 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Whitsitt, 202 S. Broad St., Knoxville, a girl today at 8:15 a.m. Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. J. Keith Zim- missed the deadline for inclu- anerman, 127 E. North St., a sion of the freeway system in girl Tuesday at 12:03 a.m. the May bid letting. ' i „ , . Delay May Me I'osUy , Marriage Licenses Walker 's delay may also have got him in trouble in the legislature. Republicans, noting the a delivery to a Gaiesburg firm. | governor 's delay in recom- KNOX COUNTY - Janet Lee Gregory, 21, and Dennis William Ball, 25, both of Farmington.

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