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UEJA I ins AND FUNERALS I Woman Is Found Dead In Old Barn BUSHNELL - The body of Mrs. Carl Pickett, 62, of near Bushnell, was discovered Saturday evening in an abandoned barn about a mile from her home on property owned by her and her husband. Authorities said Mrs. Pickett was found by several young boys who were playing around the barn. Although the cause of death had not been established today, investigators from the McDonough County Sheriff's department said there were no signs of foul play. She had reportedly been dead for less than 24 hours, investigators estimated. An inquest will be set by McDonough C6unty Coroner Dr. Donald Dexter. The former Dorothy Darst was born May 17,1920 at Bushnell. She married Carl Pickett July 27, 1941, at Chicago. She was a graduate of the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing at Peoria, and spent her entire life in the Bushnell area. Surviving along with her husband are four daughters, Mrs. Betty Sheryack, Blandinsville; Mrs. Peggy Sarr, Table Grove; Linda, Bushnell and Sonya, Los Angeles, Calif. Also surviving are her mother, Mrs. Eunice Darst, Bushnell, and two grandchildren. Private services were today at V p.m. at Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell. Burial was at Bushnell Cemetery. JOHN H. MURCHISON GALVA — John H. Murchison, 70, Galva, died Saturday at 2:55 p.m; at Kewanee Public Hospital. He had been in failing health for the past month. Whatever the (Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST' AHDtRSON I wish US N. BROAD 3424121 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS E. Bernard Sch*nck 407 S. Droad St., knoxville, III. Funeral Services: 2:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call Tuesday evening. Interment Knoxville Cemetery. Memorials to the Shrlners Childrcns Hospital may be left at the Funeral Home. Masonic services at 8 P.M. , Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chape! Galva - Wllllamcfleld Mr. John Murchison Galva, III. , Funeral: 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY JOHNSON-GILL-SCHUSTER CHAPEL, GALVA. Friends may call Monday evening 7 to 9 at the Galva chapel. Family will not be present, Burial, Galva Cemetery. Mrs. Margaret I. Latimer Fairview, III. Services: 2 P.M. - TUESDAY ROOT FUNERAL HOME, FAIRVIEW, ILL. Friends may call after 5 P.M. ihis evening at the funeral home. ROOT I &unw]JHom$ JA Fairview • Maquou ;Al He was born April 21, 1903, in Henry County. He married Eva Kling on July 27, 1928, at Normal. He was educated in Galva schools, and started the Murchison Trucking Co. which he oper ated until retiring in 1966. He was a member of Galva Masonic Lodge 243, AF & AM, a 25-year member of the Galva Lions Club, and a former member of the Galva Drum and Bugle Corps. Surviving with the widow are a son, Roy of Hartford, Conn.; a daughter, Mrs. Nola Lutz, Harvard; three grandchildren and a great-grandchild; a brother, Stewart of South Fork, Colo., and a sister, Mrs. Max (Gladys) Heller, Racine, Wis. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Allan Mason and Rev. Kenneth Starns officiating. Burial will be at Galva Cemetery. Visitation will be Monday from 7-9 p.m. at the chapel. MRS. FRANKLIN McKAY Mrs. Franklin (Edna H.) McKay, 59, of 207 Silver St. died Sunday at 4:05 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. She had owned and operated Edna's Flower & Gift Shop at Alexis since 1965. She was born Sept. 10,1913, at Alexis. She married Fraanklin McKay in Des Moines on April 11, 1940. She was a member of Alexis United Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband; a brother, Robert Becker of Kirkwood, and five sisters, Mrs. Gladys Swanson, Mrs. Clyde Robinson, Mrs. Betty Butterfield and Mrs. Mable Dowdy, all of Galesfourg, and Mrs. Wayne Carlson of Penitas, Tex. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchhff-Pear son-West Chapel, where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial will be at Linwood Cemetery. SIMON PARKS Simon Guy Parks, 77, of 1066 N. Broad St. died Saturday at 2:40 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. He had been engaged in grain farming and land management in the Fairview area for 30 years. He was torn April 20, 1896, at London Mills, and had lived In Galesburg since 1947. He was a 1918 graduate of Knox College, where he was affiliated with Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was a member of First United Methodist Church and had served on its official board for 15 years. He was also a member of the Galesburg Rotary Club. He was an artillery officer in both world wars. He married Lorraine Caldwell in Galesburg on Nov. 10, If 19. She survives With three daughters, Mrs. Paul Massier of Ar cadla, Calif., Mrs. Robert Thomason of Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. William Kroger of Rockford; nine graAdchildren, and a great-grandchild. Funeral will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call this evening from 7-8:30 p.m. CLEO L. STOKES COLONA — Cleo Lee Stokes, 36, of the Colona Trailer Court, died Sunday at 3 a.m. at his home. He was born Jan. 17, 1937, at Cambridge, and married Betty Shawgo in 1956 at Monmouth. He spent his early life and was educated at Little York. He was a machine operator for the Farmall Division of International Harvester Co. Surviving with his, widow are a son, Roger, and a daughter, Dina Lee, both at home; his father, Walter of Stockton, Calif.; his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. George Crowley, Monmouth; five brothers, Lawrence, Richard, Gerald and Willard, all of Monmouth, and Donald of Oquawka; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Haynes, Monmouth, and Mrs. Alice Of- fil, Bakersfield, Calif., and a step-sister, Sharon Crowley, Monmouth. Funeral will be Tuesday, 3:30 at Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth, with Dr. James Speer, pastor of Monmouth's Faith day and Tuesday until the hour of the service. The family will be at the chapel today from 7-8 p.m. Masonic services will be tonight at 8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Warren County Cancer society or the Little York Cemetery, the family said. MRS. MARIAN L DEAN Mrs. Marian Lorraine Dean, 79, of 235 Howard Place, Canton, died at Galesburg Cottage Hospital Friday at 8:37 p.m. She was born May 20, 1893, at Manito. She married Earl N.. Dean at Peoria on Aug. 6, 1918. He died in 1930; She was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church, Canton, and was a 50-year member of its Woman's Missionary Society and the True Blue Sunday School Class. She was also a member of the WCTU and the Fulton County Republican Worn en's Assn. She is survived by two daugh tcrs, Mrs. Mary Lou Brown, Canton, and Mrs. Donna Davies, Abingdon; a son, Leslie Dean of Tacoma, Wash.; five grandchildren, and a brother, Leslie Hamilton of Arkansas. Funeral will be at Wesley United Methodist Church Tuesday at 1 p.m. Rev. Clyde Friend will officiate. Burial will be at Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 6-8 p.m. at the Murphy Memorial Home, Canton, and on'e hour before the service at the church. Memorials may be made to the church building fund, the family said. Golesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, Monday^ May 7, T973 tS CARTER J. SHIDEMAN YATES CITY - Carter Shideman, 55, formerly Yates City, died Saturday at p.m. at Danville Veterans' Hospital. He was born Oct. 5, 1917, in United Presbyterian Church, of- fi» S"" ty ' v Sl St Cl" ficiating. Burial will be at Mon- SS, 2^ Y S?J?? J?£ h THE "\ 2? FINEST IN ^ FLORAL y TRIBUTES % Don's | Flower Shop 8 56 FUl .TON jQj ^. 343-3174 Mausoleums and Monuments McFMl MONUM'NTS 1801 W. Main St roc •r '•alcsburg. 111. Phone 342-BS12 O i Alt" mouth Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday before the service. DR. O. E. STERETT MONMOUTH - Dr. O. E Sterett, 74, of 202 E. Detroit Ave., died Saturday at 6:05 p.m at Community Memorial Hospital He was born Jan. 5, 1899, at Little York, where he was rear ed and educated. He attended Knox College, and was graduated from Gem City Business College, Quincy, and the Chicago College of Dentistry. He established a dental practice in Monmouth following his graduation from dental college in 1927, and practiced here until his retiring a few years ago. He married Frances E. Melburg on Sept. 19, 1936. She died April 7, 1967. He married Evelyne B. Killey on March 8, 1969. He was a member of First United Methodist Church. He served as director and past president of the Warren County YMCA, past president and director of the Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce, as a member of Monmouth Associates, the Warren County Prime Beef Festival board, and was a past president of the Monmouth Rotary dub. He also was'a member and past commander of Marion B. Fletcher American Legion Post, chef deGere of 40 & 8, past exhalted ruler of Elks Lodge 397, a member of the Monmouth Masonic Lodge, Royal Arch Masons 30, the Western Illinois Shrine Club, a member and past president of the Prairie Valley Dental Society, and a member of the Wildlife Federation and the Ideal Hunting and Fishing Club. Surviving with his widow are a stepdaughter, Mrs. John Sharon Mollenhauer, Morton, and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. Burial will be at War ren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the Turnbull Funeral Home to- School in 1936. He was a mem ber of the Yates City United Methodist Church and a veteran of World War II. Surviving are two brothers, Arthur Dean and Warren, both of Yates City; a sister, Harriet of Bushnell, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Patterson Fu neral Home, Elmwood, with Rev. Robert Martin, pastor of Elmwood United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Yates City Cemetery. RALPH M. HENDERSON KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Ralph M. Henderson, 81, of Knoxville who died last Wednesday, was Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home. Rev Prosper Tournear, pastor of Knoxville United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Farmington Cemetery. Pallbearers, all grandsons, were Ronald, Larry and James Henderson and Larry Brodine. I.UAVIS B. ROSENBERRY Funeral for Luavis B. Rosenberry, 50, of Galesburg Route 4 who died last Wednesday, was Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Rev Raymond R. Marquith, pastor Of East Galesburg Community Church, officiated. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers, all nephews, were John, Donald and Joseph Rcsenberry, Robert Bogard, Peter Hopping Jr. and Lome Hoover. llm ^hJeaTsnn FUNERAL BISECTORS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT ST BEET PHONE 343-210) GALESBURQ MR. SIMON GUY PARKS - 1066 N. Broad St. Services 10:30 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-Wcst Chapel. Friends may call this evening from 7 to 8:30 P.M. at the chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. FRANKLIN ^EDNA H.) McKAY - 207 Silver St. Services 1.30 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the chapel. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. DR. SHARVY G. UMBECK - 640 N. Prairie St. Memorial services 2 P.M. Wednesday at Knox College. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to Knox College. MR. LAWRENCE McHUUGH - Peoria, 111. Formerly of Galesburg. Services to be arranged. C. HERMAN BLOOMGREN Funeral for C. Herman Bloomgren, 94, of 414 N. Cedar St., who died Friday at Cottage Hospital, was conducted at 3 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. John Shearer, pastor of First Church of the Open Bible. Burial was at Hope Cemetery in Warren County. Pallbearer were Lee Ray,- Harry, David and Ronald Bloomgren and Robert and William Brackett. a member of the Fairview Reformed Church and Jersey Row Sew 'n So. Survivors include six brothers, Marion E., Wilbur H., John R., Charles W. and Victor E., all bf FairvleW, atid William R. of Tallahassee, Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. William (Elizabeth) Bath, Canton, Mrs; Claude (Anna) Taylor, Maquon, and Miss Bell Schleich, Fairview, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 f .m. at the Root Funeral Home, airview, with Rev. Willis J. Vanderkooi officiating. Burial will be in White Chapel Memory Gardens, Canton. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the Funeral home. JOHN W. NEEDHAM MONMOUTH—John W. Needham, 70, of Monmouth died Sunday at 9:50 p.m. at Community Memorial Hospital. He was bom March 4,, 1903, in Monmouth. He married Florence Selmon on Nov. 16,1925, at Detroit, Midi. He was employed by the State of Illinois for 26 years as storekeeper at State Garage 26, and was a security guard for a number of years. He was a member of IOOF Lodge 61, and a 25-year member of Masonic Lodge 37, AF & AM. Surviving with his widow are a son, Rex of Monmouth; four grandchildren; two brothers, Fred and Bruce, both of Monmouth, and three sisters, Mrs. John (Georgia) Komaro, Royal i Oaks, Mich., Mrs. Harold (Kaitherine) Blakey, Pawhuska, Okla. and Mrs. James (Lorraine) Bennett, Dearborn, Mich. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth, with Dr. James Spear, pastor of Faith United Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday evening and Wednesday before the serv ice at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Mothers of World War II, the family said. There will be no visitation. Today's Record MRS. GOLDIE M. STANDARD Funeral for Mrs. Goldie M. Standard, 74, who died last Fri day at her home, 110 S. Faro ham St., was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson West Chapel by Rev. Raymond Sheppard, pastor of Cameron Christian Church. Burial was at Oak Lawn Me* morial Gardens. Pallbearers were Kermit Wainman, Max Hoffman, Joe Shragal, Robert Trego, Delbert Harper and Ken nc-th Reno. 2 Youths Bound For Indian Fight Disarmed on 1-74 Two self-styled freedom fighters en route to Wounded Knee, S. D., had their march to the front lines interrupted Saturday by a state patrolman who took the pair into custody along 1-74, The trooper, Paul Rude, said the two youths, age 14 and 16, were carrying rifles and loaded clips along with several hundred rounds of ammunition. The youths, who had run away from their homes in Indiana to join the Indians currently holding Wounded Knee, fled from the trooper as he approached but were taken into custody after a footrace. "I took their guns away from them and sent them home," Rude said this morning. LAWRENCE McHUGH Lawrence McHugh, 63, of Peoria, formerly of Galesburg, died Sunday at 11:55 p.m. at Veterans Administration Hospital in Danville. He was born here Feb. 22, 1910, and had lived the last 20 years in Peoria, where he was employed in the Proctor Hospital kitchens. He is survived by cousins. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. MRS. MARGARET LATIMER FAIRVIEW r~ Mrs. Margaret I. Latimer, 68, of Fairview Route 1, died Saturday at 9:05 p.m. at the Prairie City Nursing Center, where she had been a patient since last October. The former Margaret I. Schleich was born June 25,1904, in Fairview Township, and lived in the community all her life. She mawied Charles A. Latimer in Lewistown on Jan. 14, 1931. He died Oct. 9, 1971. She was | served. Dallas Doctor Kills Children, Commits Suicide DALLAS (UPI) - A doctor who was in bad health fatally shot three of his children and hen killed himself, police reported today. The doctor's wife and a fourth child were also shot but survived. The doctor, Waldemar F. Henninger Jr., 49, lived with his family in a swank two-story house in northeast Dallas. His wife Monica, 40, also a doctor, was shot in the chest and three times in the back, but managed to telephone for help at 10:55 p.m. Sunday. Henniger was found in his underclothes in the couple's master bedroom, a chrome- plated Magnum pistol near his body, He had been shot in the head. ROSE HOBEN WELCH PRE-SCHOOL COFFEE The Pre-School Coffee at Rose Hoben .Welch School will be Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in the gymnasium. Mothers of all children entering kindergarten next September are requested to bring their child's birth certificate. Refreshments will be Traffic Court Jane Nichols, 52 r Morganfleld, Ky., was fined $35 Saturday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for speeding. Fined $13 for speeding were A. Z. Wilson, 54, 888 S. Henderson St.; Josephine A. Bronson, 40, Paradlii Acres, and James R. Harrington, 30, Omaha, Neb. Speeding citations resulted in $15 fines for Robert. F. Houde, 58, HaiTisburg, Pa.; Daniel Buzby, iO, Chalfont, Pa., and Charles W. Burgess,<*2, Indianapolis, Ind. Fined $10 for speeding was James G. Urichko, 87, Knoxville. Thomas J. Peters^22, 1369 N. Broad St., and James F, Green, 21, 919 Beecher Ave., were each fined $10 for traffic signal violations. Others fined $10 Saturday were Glenda L. Rickords, 37, 1155 N. Cherry St., speed restriction Violation; Kim C. Lithander, 20, 96 Blaine Ave., muffler violation; Robert M. Hasten, 28, Monmouth, failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Wayne L. Harshbarger, 52, 968 N. Prairie St., driving the wrong way on a 1-way street; Michael E. Stump, 18, Cameron, failing to yield the right of way; Robert A. Weber, 18, Trivoli, spinning tires; Helen V. Lindberg, 61, 585 Clark St., passing a stopped school bus; Rex A. Bouton, 19, Wyoming, 111., excessive acceleration, and Francis K. McCoy, 18, 1013 Washington Ave., driving with only one taillight. Traffic Accidents James L. Smith, 19, 22 Huston St., was charged with failing to reduce speed to avoid an ac cident after his car struck the back of one driven by Kathryn E. Waite, 26, Peoria, Saturday atout li p.m. in the 400 block of East Main Street. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to Donald L. Downs, 43, Granite City, after Downs' car was hit Sunday$at 11:22 a.m. at the corner 6f Locust and Mulberry streets) Police identified the other driver as Steven R. Armstrong,^, 1502 Mulberry St. Mary L. Courson, 35, 1859 S. Seminary St., was cited for failing to'reduce speed to avoid an accident after her car struck the back of one driven by Berney S. Salasman, 71, Buffalo, Ky., Sunday about 1:30 p.m. at the corner of Fifth Street and Huber Avenue. , MONMOUTH - Danny J. Heatherly, 26, Monmouth, was injured Saturday at 6:10 p.m. in a motorcycle accident at the junction of South 11th Street and the Cameron blacktop. He was treated at Community Memorial Hospital and released. Heatherly was riding east on the Cameron blacktop. He told police he swerved off the road into a ditch to avoid hitting an unidentified car that drove into his path from the South 11th street road. Dennis B. Hunter, 26, Aledo, was cited Saturday at 10 p.m. with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after he wrecked his car at the junction of U.S. 67 and 111. 135. Hunter was driving his west on 111. 135 and told palice he reached the junction before he realized it. In an attempt to make a right turn at the intersection, he lost control of the car, which skidded out of control, struck a sign post and a fence and stopped in a ditch. Cars driven by Edward E. Ishmael, 21, 217 S. B St., and Herbert C. Wadleigh, 79, 1110 E. Boston Ave., were involved in was David Smith, 22, of near Galva. Authorities said Brock was thrown from the vehicle. The accident remains under invest! gation. Smith and his other pas sengers, Danny Olander and Kevin Ingles, both of Galva, escaped injury. Less than five months ago, Brock was injured when a car, in which he was a passenger, collided with a Burlington Northern train at a crossing in Galva. Arrests Howard D. Campbell, 22, 2021 E. Knox St., was arrested Saturday shortly before midnight for theft under $150 after he reportedly had a stolen tape player in his possession. The item had allegedly been taken earlier from a Galesburg business. Blondell C. Smith, 62, 1458 E. Main St., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct — fighting after an incident involving two Galesburg women. MONMOUTH - Steven M. Flatt, 18, Alexis, was charged Saturday at 10:15 p.m. with disorderly conduct as the result of a fight. Charles E. Pieper, 22, Berwick, was charged Sunday at 2:30 a.m. with driving while intoxicated. Willard C. Line, 23, 348 N. Cedar St., Galesburg, was charged Saturday at 7:55 p.m. with illegal transportation of liquor. Vandalism MONMOUTH - Giles Albert, 312 E. Third Ave., reported to police Saturday that Vandals slashed two tires on his car while the auto was parked at his home Friday night He listed the loss at $180. Vandals also, slashed a tire on a car owned by James M Smith, 721 N. Second St., according to. a report made by Smith Sunday at 12:55 p.m. Smith said the tire was worth $50 and that it was cut while his car was parked in the driveway at his home between Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday at 8:30 a.m* w Thefts Knox County sheriff's deputies arc investigating a burglary at the William Sweborg residence, Williamsfield, in which tires, golf equipment and movie equipment valued at $1,159 was reportedly taken. The break-in occurred during the past two weeks while the Sweborgs were vacationing, deputies said. Tools and tool boxes valued at $1,000 were taken from the hack of a pickup truck owned by Edward Bryan, Mobile City Trailer Court, Saturday night, recording to sheriff's deputies. The truck was parked near Bryan's home. A divorce was granted to Jimmy L. Rhodes from Candice E. Rhodes. Married Dec. 10, 1965, the couple had one child. Custody was granted to the mother. Bessie Thomas was divorced from William A. Thomas. Married Dec. 15, 1968, the couple had no children. The wife resumed her former name of Bessie Foster. Doris E. Bair was divorced from Lyle E. Bair on a complaint charging adultery. Married Jan. 11. 1942, the couple had five children. None is a minor. vSuits Filed Named in suits filed during the past week to collect delinquent personal property taxes were Harold L. Knowles, 128 Michigan Ave., $270; Garrett L. Heck, Rio, $803; James Dupoy, 1216 Day St., $204; Richard Brooks, 1176 McClure St., $173; Robert M. Lamb, 1177 Lyman St.. $490; William B. Chisholm, 1072 Johnston St., $179. Rita Crawford, 835 Wisconsin Ave., $149; Louise Harding, 170 S. West St., $163; Duane Edwards. 725 Pennsylvania Ave., $101; Henry Edwards, 725 Pennsylvania Ave., $155; Raymond Reynolds, 751 Michigan Ave., $142; Earl V. Williams, 740 Whiting Ave., $176; Clarence Southard, Galesburg Route 2, $779; Robert D. Mortenson, 2135 Baird Ave., $340, and Betty O'Reilly, 535V 2 Mathews St., $207. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Kim P. Parnaby, 18, 1007 N. Cedar St., and Christian Erick Jensen, 27, Eurlington. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Candice L. Ramirez against Fredrick Ramirez Jr. Young Mothers' Club Meeting Is Planned in Alpha ALPHA —• Women interested in forming a Young Mothers' Club are invited to a meeting at the United Methodist Church June 5 at 9 a.m. A small group interested in forming the organization met at the church May 1, but plans were deferred until the second meeting. Oxford Homemaker Extension Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Richard Miller May 18 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Carl McClenning, Mrs. Nyle McCurdy and Mrs. Laverne Plunkett will present the lessons. ' MONMOUTH ~ Terry Martin, a Monmouth College student who resides at Graham Hall, reported to police Saturday at 9:30 a.m. that a tape ( player and two speakers had been stolen from his room. He said the items, worth $60, were taken sometime between Fri-1 day at 11:30 a.m. and the time of the report. Everett Vamskike, 1101 S. Eighth St., reported to police Saturday at 9:54 a.m. that a oiggy bank had been stolen from his home. He listed the value of .the bank and its contents at $14. Members worked on Mother's Day gifts when Brownie Troops 549 and 550 met jointly May 2. Treats were furnished by Karen Johnson and Angela Paul. Mrs. Reuben Bohman, Miss Margaret Bohman, Hrs. Nyle McCurdy and Mrs. Raymond Sproston, all members of the Alpha Baptist Church, sponsored a party for residents of the Hillcrest Home at Cambridge May 1. There was a program of devotions and music. an accident in the 600 block of East Broadway at 5:12 p.m. Ishmael had reportedly stopped his car and was waiting to make a left turn to Sixth, Street when it was struck from; jjehind by the Wadleigh auto. Wadleigh was charged with driving too fast fOr conditions. GALVA - Tom Brock, 18, Galva, was released this morning from Kewanee Public Hospital where he was taken Sunday afternoon after an accident six miles east of Galva. The mishap, which involved a car and a jeep, occurred yesterday at 4:30 p.m. near the junction of U.S. 34 and 111. 78. According to the Henry County sheriff's department, which investigated the accident, the vehicles collided when Fred Brown Jr., Kewanee, driver of the car, attempted to pass a jeep as it was turning left on to a country road. Brown was not injured. Driver of the jeep Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Seven divorces have been granted in Circuit Court here on grounds of mental cruelty. Rose Mary Hillman was divorced from Terry Lynn Hillman Sr. Married Sept. 12, 1903, the couple had one child. Custody was awarded to the mother. A divorce was granted to Carmella Skinner from Jerry D. Skinner. The couple was married March 12, 1964, and had three children. Custody was granted to the mother. Janet E. Smith was divorced from Jackie Lee Smith. Married Nov. 6, 1971,, the couple had three children by a previous marriage. Custody was granted to the mother. A divorce was granted to Rhoda Hillier from Ernest Hillier. One of the couple's four children was a minor, and custody was granted to the father. The couple was married Aug. 17, 1951. Sharon Elaine Denniston was divorced from Gary Lee Denniston. Custody of the couple's three children was granted to the mother. The couple was married Nov. 18, 1966. Hawaiian Island Volcano Erupts VOLCANO, Hawaii (UPI) Kilauea volcano smoldered and sputtered today after a spectacular eruption sent fountains of fire soaring 100 feet in the air, ripped open a giant fissure and touched off forest fires. The unexpected eruption Saturday on the island of Hawaii, amidst hundreds of earthquakes, occurred just 10 days after a devastating earthquake shook the state, causing severe damage to the town of Hilo just 30 miles from Kilauea. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park rangers battled forest fires and had them under control. But the Chain of Craters Highway and the Hilina Pali Road were both damaged by the moving lava, Scientists at the volcano observatory started getting indications of an impending eruption just three hours beforehand Saturday morning. Since the national park is a popular tourist attraction, rangers quickly cleared out the public. Scientists tried to determine whether the eruption and the series of earthquakes accompanying it were related to the earthquake April 26 that caused almost $6 million in damages to the "big island." Dr. John Unger said, "There may have been some kind of change in the volcano's plumbing after the earthquake."