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Tuesday, May 8, 1973
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•DEATHS—J AND FUNERALS I IJESSE LEMON AVON — Jesae LemOn, 9 Avon, died today at 12:30 a.m. [at a Galesburg hospital. He was born Dec. 27, 1882, at London Mills. He married Mary Williams in May lfttt at Macomb following the death of his first wife. He lived all his entire life in Fulton County and tho last 60 years at Avon, where he was a member of the Avon Federated Church. Surviving with his widow arc j a daughter, Mrs. Lachlan (Dor is) Crissey, Lewistown, two grendchildren and two great grandchildren. Graveside services will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at Avon Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday from 7«9 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, Avon. Memorials to Avon Federated Church may be left at the funeral home, the family said. JOHN B. LAFFERTY MONMOUTH - Graveside services for John B, Lafferty, 44, of near Monmouth, will be at Monmouth Cernetery Wednesday at 10 a.m. His body was discovered March 8 near Atlanta, Ga. Rev. James Spear, associate pastor of the Faith United Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Lafferty, who was last heard from Jan. 13, is believed to have been robbed and murdered, Dc- Kalb County, Ga., police said. His skeleton was found by a Georgia highway worker along 1-85 near Atlanta. The remains of Mr. Lafferty, a member of a prominent Warren County family, were identified from dental records. WILBUR C. PRICE Funeral for Wilbur C. Price, 64, of near Galesburg who died last Friday, was at the Mc- Knigtot Memorial Home, Alexis, Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles Rutan, pastor of the Advent Christian Church, officiated. Burial was at Hope Cemetery in Kelly Township. Pallbearers were Guy Smith, Clarence Hunt, Glenn Glass, Ralph Winkler and Lee Yarde. S. GUY PARKS Funeral for Simon Guy Parks, 77, of 1066 N. Broad St., who died Saturday at Cottage Hospital, was conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Dr. Joseph Hoffman and Keith Zimmerman, intern at First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ray Marvel, Cecil H. Hunter, Alvin C. White, Leroy Dyer, Arnold Kemp and Leland Smith. Honorary pallbearers were Gale Ward, D. Leland Swanson, Da­ vid Sward, Dr. E. B. Gfogan, George Cridland and Mux M. Goodsill. Umbeck Memorial Radio station WVKC-FM at Knox College will broadcast memorial services for Dr. Sharvy Umbeck tomorrow at 2 p.m. Dr. Umbeck, president of the college for the past 24 years, died Saturday. Jutlge- (Continued From Page 4) Senate- (Continued from Page l) Whatever the Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 342*8121 CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville - Avon London Mills Mr. J«ue Lemon Avon Graveside Services: i0:30 A.M. - THURSDAY AVON CEMETERY. Visitation 7 to 9 P.M. Wednesday evening at Corman Memorial Home, Avon. colored people in the waiting room. Hear?" he said to his secretary the other day. "They call 'em blacks now, judge," she answered and he spent the rest of the afternoon retraining his mind by saying black every chance he got. Maybe the guys in Washington did what they did for the same reasons the judge did, which wasn't for money but because he was too busy, life was too exciting and how could the rules apply to him anyhow? "People ask me why I did it, a man with three college degrees, but I don't know why." He did it and it's over. That period he now calls "my sabbatical," and he's a better man new coming back up. In Washington the road back may be harder. Here you can go over to Juarez, drink strong spirits and laugh like hell when your friends say, "I remember when it happened. There was .a stcry on the front page that said the judge's marriage was annulled on the grounds of an impediment unknown at the time of the ceremony. People thought it was his old war wounds, but it was the IRS tryfn* to get her money to pay his back taxes." Copyright, 1973, The Washington Post-King Features Syndicate Legal Notice Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )ss. I COUNTY OF KNOX ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Walnut Grove Township, Knox County, Illinois, .that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, May 23, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Kufus Building (old school building), Altona, Illinois, relative to a request for a change of zoning from an "R" Rurai Residence district to an "M" Restricted Industrial district on the following described property: Lots 1 and 2 of Block 18 of the Consolidating and Re- subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Block 15, and all of Block 18 including the East end of South Station Street vacated, in the Village of Altona, Township 13 North, Range 3 East of the Fourth P.M., Walnut Grove Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition of Rodger L. Olson, Altona, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend said hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zonjng Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 30th day of April, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. 5/8; IT MARTIN FUNIRAL HOME KNOXVIUI, ILLINOIS E. Bernard Sch«nck ^07 S. Broad St., KnoxvJUe, 111. Funeral Services: 2:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call this evening. Interment Knoxville Cemetery. Memorials to the Shriners Childrens Hospital may be left at the Funeral Home, Masonic services at 8 P.M. the same simple right that every other American hat to be innocent until proven guilty? ... Doesn't he deserve at least this measure of faith until proven a liar?" The White House issued a fresh statement, authorized by the President, on Monday saying Nixon had no advance knowledge of the burglary- bugging of Democratic headquarters here, or had any part in subsequent attempts to cover up the extent of the plot. A new Louis Harris public opinion poll published today showed that by a margin of 77 per cent to 13 per cent, those questioned did not "think President Nixon should resign." But 54 per cent said Yes — compared to 37 per cent who said No —when asked if they felt Nixon's credibility has declined so much because of Watergate that "it will be hard for him to be an effective President again." Muskie, who dropped out of the Democratic race after poor early showings in 1072 primaries that were marked by later- reported incidents of secret sabotage by operatives of the Nixon campaign organization, said the President should "take whatever steps that can be devised that the investigation of the whole matter is truly independent —independent of him, of those close to him." In an interview on the NBC- TV Today Show, Muskie said the public needs to be assured "that the full story is told, that there is no coverup and that ... we will have all the facts." He added: "I think that he needs to do that in terms of the credibility of the presidency and his own ability to govern the country." The New York Bar Association was one of the most influential legal groups originally to urge the President to name a special prosecutor, and its president, Orvllle H. Schell Jr., said Richardson's " plan "does not meet the crisis." "Whether we like it or not," Schell said in an article for the New YOrk Times, "the President himself may be involved ... If, then, the President and his administration must be investigated, it cannot be done by his own lawyers. No matter how well known, competent and honest the attorney general may be, when everything is said and done, the conflict of interest in this situation will leave a suspicion of their ntegrity in the minds of many people." Percy Explains Prosecutor Bid BRIDGEPORT. Conn. (UPI) —Sen. Charles H. Percy, R-IU., says he offered the resolution last week to name a special prosecutor in the Watergate probe because the "American public must be assured of the absolute integrity and independence" of the investigation. Percy, addressing a business and industrial group- Monday, said scandals like the Watergate do not go on all the time as many assume. "Let no one assume this," he said. "I've been in politics for 28 years and I never ever experienced anything like this even in Cook County, Illinois." Oquuwka Will Get Federal Flood Help (Continued From Page 2) the first time were Ronald "Red" Tee, Roger Sletz and Kent DeVore. John Cochran is the new village clerk. In one of its first actions, trustees accepted the resignation of LaVerne Kemp, village marshal for the past five years, and confirmed Colley's appointment of Harry Cooper as the new marshal. Kemp quit because of a rift with Colley. "Joe don't like me nnd I don't like him," Kemp explained, before asking for an extra week's severance pay in addition to a weekly pay check he has coming for accrued vacation time. The proposal was defeated 3-2. Colley, as mayor, did not vote. It was the last split vote of the evening as the new board of trustees went to work. COLLEY received unanimous support from the board as he separated the water and street department into two separate divisions, appointing Jack Henshaw to head the street department. Glen Parsons, who formerly was in charge of both, wUl oversee the water department. In other routine business, the board: — Appointed Trustee Steve Dunn to take care of admin- strative matters relating to federal assistance projects for the village. — Approved a motion to have the village books and records audited. — Donated $50 each to the Red Cross and Salvation Army which aided volunteers during tha work on the levy. — Agreed to cooperate with Ted Jones, a used car dealer who complained of vandalism and thefts at his car lot by village youths. ERVIN HURT, operator of a local service station and wrecker service, informed the board that he would no longer be able to perform maintenance on village vehicles, explaining- that he was disappointed that some of the village officials were apparently claiming he was over-charging them. Warren Vancil asked for the board's help in forcing the owner of land adjacent to his to clean up and trim the property. Describing the property as "a rat's nest," Vancil said hj had been unsuccessful in his efforts to correct the problem. Colley promised to look into the matter and correct it one Way cr another. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Cheryl J. Miller, M0 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Mabel ft. Andrews, Alexis Kevin C. Akers, Avon Mrs. Alma M. Hanley, Victoria David J. Breeden, 095 Lincoln St. Faron L. Bedenbender, Blandlnsville David C. Varnell, 49$ S. Soangetaha Rd. Lee A. McCaw, Keithsburg Clifton M. Barrett, Dahinda Mrs. Shirley E. Simpson, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Amy E. Duke, Moon Towers Mrs. Catherine L. McWilliams, 1115 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Martha S. Strom, 969 N. Cedar St. Daniel T. Boone, Knoxville Arthur E. Alstedt, Alexis William J. McCormick, 955 N. West St. Gerald W. Bodie, 829 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Leslie K. Armentrout, Keithsburg DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Olive Caldwell, 345 E. Dayton St. Ray West, Dahinda Mrs. Phyllis A. Billeter, 986 W. North St. Mrs. Leslie K. Armentrout, Keithsburg Mrs. Olive Havens, Abingdon Mrs. Marian A. Dowell, 946 Chamberlain St. Raymond S. Wilt, Knoxville James S. Scott, Victoria Maxwell J.. Burton, 930 S. Cedar St. George Carroll Brown, Woodhull Mrs. Grace F. Carlson, Galva Elmer H. Carlson, Galva Gotcsburfl RgQister «MQil, Galesburg, III Tuesday, May 8, 1973 13 Today's Record Tauma Lecture The fifth in a series of trauma center lectures at St. Mary's Hospital will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. in the basement classroom of the hospital. Dr. D. A. Willander will talk on spinal chord injuries. All medical professional persons are invited to attend. READ THE WANT ADS! -Hinchliff- fUNflAL DIRECTORS I ^..uiu* 1070 WEST FREMONT5THKT GAUttUM ftiONE 343-2101 MR. LAWRENCE McHUGH - Peoria, 111. Formerly of Galesburg. Graveside services 10 A.M. Wednesday at East Linwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. —o— MRS. FRANKLIN iEDNA H.) McKAY - 207 Silver St. Services 1.30 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call this 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. Tollway Oases To Limit Gas CHICAGO (UPI) - Motorists buying gasoline at the six Illinois tollway oases will be limited to 10 gallons each under a new policy scheduled to take effect Wednesday. The new limitation was announced by Amoco Oil Co which operates service stations at the oases. Amoco had announced earlier it is limiting gas supplies to its dealers to the amount they received last year. The oil com pany is also limiting the sale of diesel fuel to 35 gallons per purchase. Lottery- (Continued From Page 2) St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Joyce E. Dahl, 1447 Lane Ave.. Mrs. Edna Mae Eckman, Knoxville George Parker, 357 S. Prairie St. Jesus Rios, Monmouth Miss Jacqueline Stontz, Kewanee Mrs. Edna C. Terpening, 560 N. Chambers St. Miss Sandra Walker, 523 Iowa Ct. John R. Wilson, 914 S. Cedar St. Michael Woods, Ipava DISMISSALS MONDAY: George A. Kirgan, Maquon Mrs. Karen E. Sevens, 450 Monroe St. Raymond Kirkpatrick, 1265 W. North St. Joseph T. Duffy, 242 S. Seminary St. Phillip Allen, 496 Michigan Ave. Richard L. DeJaynes, Abingdon Vern L. Derry, Abingdon Mrs. Marilyn M. Whaley, Galva Gary E. Ball, 1551 Brown Ave. Mrs. Margaret Elledge, 108 Blaine Ave. Mrs. Ethel M. Ashley, Abingdon Kenneth C. Lundquist, 2091 Newcomer Dr. Traffic Accidents No injuries were reported in 11 traffic mishaps investigated Monday by Galesburg police. John K. Callow, 63, 770 E. Third St., Was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his car struck a pickup driven by Danny W. Cheesman, 24, 825 Lawrence Ave., at 8:38 a .m. at the corner of Kellogg and Tompkins streets. No tickets were issued after a mishap at 11 :23 a.m. at the intersection of Berrien and Lombard streets when a car driven by Kenneth M. Lockwood, 19, Knoxville, hit one operated by Robert A. Wolford, 25, 1218 N. Broad St. A ticket for driving too fast for conditions was issued to Donald H. Bern, 23, 772 S. Academy St., alter his car struck a parked auto owned by OUie R. Smith, 1515 McKnight St. at. 11:59 a .m. in the 100 block of North Cherry Street. A car driven by Linda S. MoCracken, 27, Rio, struck one operated by Ida Stufflebeen, 22 Evy, Nev., at 12:21 p.m. ait the intersection of Fremont and Seminary streets. Vlasta E. Mazar, 50, Bushnell, was cited for failing to yield the right of way after she drove into the path of a car driven by James E. Peterson, 18, 1216 Family Ct., shortly after 2 p.m. at the corner of Fremont and Henderson streets. A car driven by John A. Foley, 25, 40 Imperial Dr., collided with an auto driven by Kathleen A. Grieme, 26, 1033 N. West St., about 5 p.m. at the corner of Cherry and Mary streets. The Foley car then careened into a utility pole and snapped several power lines, police said. Mrs. Grieme was cited for failing to yield the right of way have a total veto over the commission's actions and decisions. Giorgi said the lottery, if made law, would reap some $200 million a year, "and that's a conservative estimate." Of the money, Giorgi said, 45 per cent would go into the common school fund, an equal amount would go for prizes and 10 per cent would be used to administer the act. Giorgi said the Illinois lottery would be "clean, free from hoodlum infiltration." Some opponents predicted organized crime would take over the lottery. Other House members said it would be a reasonable way to raise badly needed money for the state. "Why not direct this money, which is being gambled away anyway illegally, into state coffers," asked Rep. John Fary, D-Chicago. 80 Year Career EXETER, England (UPI) Bill Curry joined a firm of auctioneers at the age of 14. He retired Monday as a consultant partner at the age of 94. ERA Proponents File Suit Seeking Measure's Okay SPRTNGFIELD (UPI) - Illi- mis House soonsors of the Eaual Rights Amendment to the federal Constitution today announced they have filed suit to have the measure declared passed, although it was declared lost after gaining 95 votes a month ago. The sponsors dispu'e House rules reauiring a three-fifths majority to pass a constitutional amendment. They said a simple majority—which would be 89 votes—should have been enough to pass the amendment, and they asked the U.S. District Court to rule it passed based on the 95 votes it received April 4. The suit also asks that a provision of the 1970 Illinois Constitution be declared invalid because it sets rules for acting on federal constitutional amendments. The ERA sponsors said the state has no authority to make rules on federal questions. If the suit is successful, the measure would bedeclared passed in the House and would again be presented to the state Senate. The Senate has defeatd the amendment once this session by refusing to take it from the Executive Committee. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to Helena L. Nolan, 68, 270 W. Tompkins St., after her car was involved in a collision with one driven by Robert D. Nelson, 39, 34 Duffield Ave., about 5 p.m. at the corner of Academy and Losey streets. A semi driven by John M. Kohler, 37, Kenosha, Wis., backed into a car driven by Glenn E. Whetstine, 21, 193 Lin coin St., at 5:37 p.m. at the corner of Maple Avenue and Main Street. There were no charges. Richard A. Bredael, 68, 1050 S. Seminary St., was cited for failing to report striking an un attended vehicle after he backed his car into one owned by Marie L. Barstow, 757 N. Broad St., about 6:15 p.m. The mishap occurred near Bredael's residence. The intersection of Henderson and Main streets was the scene of an accident at 6:26 p.m. when a car driven by Edward Clark, 44, 595 W. Brooks St. .struck one driven by James L. John, 26, Westport. No tickets were issued. A car driven by Paul A. Krause, 17, 2307 N. Broad St., struck one driven by Otto George Miller, 58, Billings, Mont., at 7:55 p.m- at the corner of Henderson and Main streets.. There were no charges Robert A. Hanson, 48, 107 Pennsylvania Ave., was charged with failing to yield the right of way after his car hit the back of one operated by Charles T. Myers, 19, 945 N. Kellogg St., today at 1:15 a.m. at the main entrance to Midwest Manufacturing Co. on Monmouth Boulevard. MONMOUTH - Cars driven by Kent A. Pearson, 22, 1302 S. Main St., and George C. Sharer, 19, Alexis, collided Monday at the corner of E Street and Third Avenue. Pearson was driving south on E Street and Sharer was westbound on Third Avenue Sharer was charged with failure to yield right of way. Truffle Court Steven C. Purdy, 24, Rio, paid a $35 fine Monday in Knox County Traffic Court for driving too fast for conditions. Speeding fines were paid by Richard J. Mitchell, 18, LaFayette, $12; Peter B. Zarkowski, 31, Mishawaka, Ind., $20; Nadine L. Black, 31, Knoxville, $18; Saundra A. Godsil, 34, Oneida, $15, and Onie E. Rogers, 59, Milan, Rochelle L. Pouche, 17, 67 S. Whitesboro St.. Mary J. Cole, 25, East Galesburg, Angela K. Ward, 19, 551 N. Prairie St., James T. Ponce, 26, 362 W. Fourth St., and Cary F. LeGrand, 17, 139 Selden St., each $10. Paying $10 fines for disobeying traffic signals were Richard E. Owen, 18, Abingdon; Ruth E. Collignon, 55, 892 Warren St., Bruce G. Brabec, 22, 534 Lombard St., and Richard D. Corbin, 26, East Galesburg. Paying $10 fines for having no valid safety tests were John D. Larson, 52, Galva, and John T. Harms, 52, Davenport, Iowa, j building Others paying $10 fines were Robert S. Borden Jr., 16, Knoxville, failure to yield the right of way; Robert T. Self, 18, Wataga, excessive noise; Larry J. Scott, 19, 867 W. North St., no valid registration; Robert L. Clark, 31, Knoxville, no muffler; Susan A. Stegall, 22, 1986 Baird Ave., passing a school bus while unloading; Stephen P. Fordyce, 22, Abingdon, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; and Michael D. McNaught, 22, East Galesburg, defective turn signals. Paul W. Lagerstrom, 19, 746 Day St., paid a $5 fine for having no valid wheel tax sticker. Thefts AVON — Theft of an undisclosed amount of drugs from the Avon Drug Store remains under investigation today by the Fulton County sheriff's department. Authorities theorized that the break-in at the store located on Main Street occurred sometime between 12:30 p.m. Sunday and 7:58 a.m. Monday morning. In their report authorities said entry was gained by prying open a door on the northwest end of the 2-story building. The burglar or burglars then smashed a portion of wall on a flight of stairs leading to the second floor. This gave access to a crawl space between the floors. At this point, according to the report, the ceiling tile of the first floor was ripped up, permitting entry to the drug store. Authorities said that a typewriter, a camera, a number of flashlight batteries and a wastepaper basket were among other items known to be taken in addition to the drugs. Exit was made via the rear door of the READ THE WANT ADS! Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. James E. Miller, 900 W. Dayton Dr., a girl at 7:48 p.m. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Armentrout, Keithsburg, a girl at 4:40 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Peterson, Monmouth, a girl at 9:52 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bilstein, Greeley, Colo., are the parents of a son born April 29. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Doug Williamson, Sheridan, Wyo., former Galesburg and Abingdon residents. MONMOUTH - Charles R Gladfelder, 30, Moline, was fined $13 Monday in Warren County Traffic Court for speeding. Fined $10 each on speeding charges were Lloyd M. Pryor, 39, Memphis, Tenn., and Martin M. Barron, 58, 130 E. 11th Ave. Other $10 fines were paid by John W. Nesbitt, 19, Alexis, no Valid safety test; Robert K. Line, 58, London Mills, no valid safety test; Lawrence C. Bundy, 51, LaHarpe, unsafe tire; George H. Redd, 32,1135 S. Fifth St., wrong lane usage, and James L. Ricketts, 19, 500 E. Archer Ave., disobeying a traffic signal. McDONOUGH COUNTY Fines Were paid last week in Traffic Division of McDonough County Circut Court by Glade E. Deems, 21, Blandinsville, $10. speeding; Debra K. Lewis, 20, Good Hope, $13, speeding; Mary A. Blansett, 21, of near Sciota, $10, disobeying a no passing zone, and Wendell D. Miller, 17, 1185 N. Crafford St., Bushnell. $25, illegal transportation of liquor. Others paving fines were Eileen F. Wittenberger, 33, Good Hope, $10, failure to yield the right-of-way, and Claude R. Ramsey, Bardo'iph, $10, improper parking on roadway. Elvis C. Cameron, 42, Prairie City, who had been charged with having no driver's license on his person, presented thc- license in court recently and the charges were dismissed. McDONOUGH COUNTY Charges of unlawful possession of cannabis were dismissed against Bruce Spangler, 30a Rile St., Bushnell, when he appeared May 1 in Circuit Court. Spangler was arrested Feb. 3. Also arrested .on the same charge with Spangler were Don Ogle, Bushnell; Kevin Danner of near Marietta and Joseph Roberts, Eureka. The charges against Ogle were dropped earlier. Danner and Roberts, who earlier pleaded not guilty and asked for a jury trial, will appear in court later. Robert R. Farrar, 19, 467 Barnes St., Bushnell, who was arrested April 22 on charges of resisting a peace officer, pleaded not guilty recently and asked for a jury trial. The case was ordered to the jury division. MONMOUTH - Doug Mueller, 706 W. Third Ave., reported to police Monday at 10:30 a.m. that his lawnmower had been stolen. He said the lawnmower, worth $78, was taken sometime between Thursday at 5 p.m. and Saturday noon. Randy Romine, 312 W. Third Ave., reported to police Monday at 11:14 a.m. that a tape player and speakers valued at $165 had been stolen from his car while it was parked at Monmouth College between Sunday at 11 p.m. and Monday at 11 a.m. Two cast iron swans valued at $50 were stolen from the front doorway of the residence of Mrs. James Turner, 500 S. Third St.. sometime between Sunday at 7 p.m. and Monday at 7 a.m. She reported the theft to police Monday at 12:21 p.m. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Dorothy M. Figle against Marvin J. Figle; Mary M. Reid against Jack J. Reid. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Miss Clydene Ann Threw, 21, 1121 Hawkinson Ave., and Stephene Lee Moulton, 24, West Lake Storey Trailer Court. Mrs. Shirley Ann (Woodruff) Roberson, 24, Maquon, and Richard James Rosiere, 33, Maquon. READ THE WANT ADS! ) Circuit Court Bruce A. Eldred, 21, Northbrook, was placed on probation for two years Monday in Knox County Circuit Court after he had pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance. The charge was reduced from delivery of a controlled substance, which was filed against him Feb. 16, 1972. Michael McGill, 17, and Glen Purccll, 17, both of Abingdon, were placed on probation for a year Monday after pleading guilty to charges of contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor. They were charged with the offense Dec. 17, 1972. James William Stafford, 17, Galesburg Route 3, was placed on two years' probation after pleading guilty to a charge of unlawful possession of a controlled substance. He was charged with the offense April 13. James P. Daly, no age or address listed, was fined $100 on a charge of refusing to aid an officer of the law. He was charged May 2. Erasmo P. DelaCruz, no age or address listed, paid a $40 tine on a charge of disorderly conduct — public intoxication. Vandalism MONMOUTH—Vandals broke a window in the Masonic Temple at 200 S. E St. sometime last weekend, according to a report made to police Monday at 2 p.m. Police said the window appeared to have been broken by having mud thrown at it. Please Donate THIS WEDS, and HELP OTHERS!

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