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Galesburg, Illinois
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1 Gdesbur h * 9kay* FUNERALS ^* Hi JOHN H, MURCmSON OALVA Funeral for John H. Murchiaon, 70, who died Saturday at Kewanee, was conducted Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson - Gill * Schuster Chapel Officiating were Rev. Allan Mason and Rev. Kenneth Starns, pastors Of the Congregational and First Baptist churches. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were George €ro- zier, Harold Smith, Earl Nelson, Frank Pratt, John Tillman and Howard E. Cain. Honorary pallbearers were Reynolds Everett, Dr. Leo Burcky, Richard Bradford, George McClintock and Dennis Larson. plcyed at Galesburg State Research Hospital 13 years* Surviving are a daughter, Marsha, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Doris Party, Vermont. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday evening at the funeral home. CLEO L. STOKES MONMOUTH - Funeral for Cleo L. Stokes, 36, Colon a, who died Sunday, was Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Turn bull Funeral Home. Dr. James Speer, associate pastor of Faith United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lynn Eiler, Dale Maguire, Billy Thomas. Dick Conn, Bud Lipes, Butch Yelm, Robert Katzenmaier and Junior Gulick. LAWRENCE McHUGH Graveside service for Lawrence McHugh, 63, of Peoria was conducted at 10 a.m. today at East Linwood Cemetery by Rev. Carlton Christenson, pastor of First Baptist Church. A former Galesburg resident, Mr. McHugh died Sunday at Veterans Administration Hospital in Danville. Lou) Quick, Normal; a sitter, Mrs. Bertha Whitman, burg, and five grandchildren. Mr. Parrish was a 32-year member of Galesburg Lions ptionto 220-Acre Site (CohtiMied from Pige 2) Cottage ADMISSIONS TUeSDAY mmdttton WM that licenses apply to tale of beer on the premises only and that the number of Menses be limited ^ , , , k . to seven. He said while that ordinator of work with the Visually Handicapped dub. He was a member of First United Presbyterian Church. iPuMral arrangements will be announced by Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. The family said memorials may be made to his church or to the Lions Club fund for the blind. the county has the option of revising it when the effects of creating the special category and the fate of a bill pending before the legislature to allow 19-year-olds to drink DR. O. E. STERETT MONMOUTH - Funeral for Dr. O. E. Sterett, 74, of 202 E. Detroit Ave. who died last Saturday, was Tuesday at 2 at First United Methodist Church. Rev. Patrick Flaherty, pastor, officiated, assisted by Joe Burkhart. Burial was at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were G. V. Horner, Jack Martin, James Fletcher. Jim Toal, Robert McLoskey and Ed Munson. Honorary pallbearers were Robert Howard, G. Olin Keister, Hy Martin, Joseph Hamilton, Arthur Padella, Riley I Stratton,' Lawrence Martin, '.T Mike Brennan, Bill Sanders and i David McCrery. r? r *_ 4 1 MRS. FRANKLIN McKAY Funeral for Mrs. Franklin (Edna H.) McKay, 59, of 207 Silver St., who died Sunday at Ccttage Hospital, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. Paul Paskewitz, pastor of Alexis United Methodist Church. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Wilbur, Don Vevenour, Clyde Robinson, Pat O'Reilly, Wayne Pheiffer and Patrick McKay. MRS. MARGARET I. LATIMER FAIRVIEW Funeral for Mrs. Margaret I. Latimer, 68, of near Fairview, who died Saturday, was held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Root Funeral Home, Fairview. Rev. Willis J. Vander Kooi, pastor of the Fairview Reformed Church, officiated. Burial was at White Chapel Memory Gardens, Canton. Pallbearers were Clyde and Bruce Worrell, Raymond L. Stucky, Glen Negley, Howard Vohland and Clark Burnett. FORREST A. W. NELSON Forrest A. W. Nelson, 76, formerly of Galesburg, died Tuesday morning at Victory Memorial Hospital, Waukegan* He was born Nov. 18, 1896, in Galesburg. He moved to Chicago with his parents and to Zion in 1938. He served in the Navy during World War II, and was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and a past commander of Lafceview American Legion Post 186 in Chicago. Surviving are a brother, Lawrence of Waukegan, and a sister, Mrs. Jack (Hortense) Anderson, and a niece,. Mrs. Allen (Connie) Gibson, both of RTopheJstown. Funeral will be Friday at 1 p .m. at the Gardner Funeral Home, Prophetstown, with Rev. Lawrence S. Anderson, pastor of Prophetstown First Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be at Linwood Cemetery, Galesburg. Visitation will be Thursday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. •Li* -V tr jar MRS. ALLEN COURSON ABINGDON — Mrs Allen Courson, 60, Abingdon* died Tuesday at 12:25 p.m. at Ctil- berts^n^ Memorial Rushville. : * * f The former Josephine Orwig was born • Feb. 12, 1913, at Smithfield, and married Allen Courson on Feb. on Galesburg. He 1972. 5, 1943, at died Feb. 23, She lived most of her life in j* Abingdon, where she was employed several years by Briggs Manufacturing Co., and was em- •IP* :T5 Whatever the Occasion h 1 I* *: WILL «g/tY JT BEST' ANDERSON florists US N. BROAD 342-8121 4 1 4 4 Mausoleums and Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS m IMl W. Main St (•alefburg, III. Phoie 342-I51S D I A 1 1 a CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME J RoseviUe . Avon London Mills T. RICHEY MARSHALL STRONGHUBST - T. Richey Marshal], 62, Stronghurst, died Tuesday morning at Park Manor Nursing Heme, Burlington. He was born March 13, 1911, irtl Hendehon^CoUnty, aid mar- fled Donna Sawyer on 6ct; f7; .1936, at Stronghurst. She died Oct. 28, 1968. Hi was a retired farmer and a member of Stronghurst United Methodist Church. w Surviving are a son Dean, Burlington; a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Janet) Avery, Stronghurst; five grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Cora Lednbach, Sauk Village. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Fiedler Funeral Home, Stronghurst, with Rev. Marvin Snapp, pastor of Stronghurst United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Stronghurst Cemetery., Visitation will be today'from 7-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Stronghurst United Methodist Church organ fund, the family said. JAMES F. PARRISH James Francis (Frank) Parrish,, 74, of 100 N.^Whitesboro St. died at 8:15 a.m. today at Cottage Hospital. He was a Bur- Vngton Railroad electrician and retired in 1964 after 20 years' service. He was born Feb. 15, 1899, at Cameron and had lived for 54 years in Galesburg, where he attended public schools and Browns Business College. He married Eulalia J. Steagall on Dec. 16, 1920, at Monmouth. She survives with a son James E.» Lakeland, Fla.; daughter, Mrs. Gerald MRS. FLOYD RICHARDSON VERMONT . - Mrs. Floyd Richardson, 78, Vermont, died today at 8:55 a.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell. ELMER L. JOHNSON. PRAIRIE CITY - Elmer L. Johnson, 73, Prairie City, died foday at 5:05 a.m. at a Galesburg hospital. He was born Aug. 18, 1899, in j Temple at the location. Fulton County. He married Emily Richter on Oct. 22, 1922, at Bushnell. beer and wine are apparent. Williard Larson, R -4th, jail committee chairman, indicated that another long-standing problem faced by the board may be nearing a solution. LARSON TOLD the board he is hopeful the committee will have a recommendation on a joint cily-county law enforcement building at the June meeting* Final schematic drawings which seem agreeable to both city and county officials have been completed, according to Larson, and the committee will meet with the Galesburg City Council in the next two weeks to discuss the plans. Following that, the jail committee will meet to work out the recommendation to the board, he said. In other business, the board: —Approved a resolution asking the-consent of the state Department of Transportation to appoint Jack Witt to another 6-year term as highway superintendent. His present term expires Sept. 15, 1973. —Okayed a resolution calling for road work on Cour§y Roads 2, 12 and 17. —Authorized the acceptance of a grant offer of $19,965 from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a tri- township water management study. —Approved final plats of Charter Oaks Subdivision in Oak Run and Eiker's Tenth Subdivision south of Knoxville. —Gave approval of a Hot subdivision in Henderson Township south of Bunker Links. The board was told that tentative plans call for construction of a new Masonic Mrs. Pamela S. Peterson, Mtomouth Mrs. Fannie Mae Cato, 748 S. Henderson St Christopher M. Dutton, 537 N. Chambers St. Mrs. C. Lucille Boyer, 60 W. North St. Mrs. Jo A. Ziegler, Victoria Abraham fi. Shater, Yates City Mrs. Bernice L. Strbble, 76 Bandy Ave. Mrs. Florence G. Fisher, Knoxville Miss Melanie S. Thurman, Gtfson Mrs. Nellie G. Stubles, Kirkwood Miss Janet C. Hagerty, 1765 Baird Ave. Cynthia R. Plowman, 516 Jefferson St. Linda M. Thompson, Wataga David W. Noble, Cuba Vera F. Haffher, Bushnell John M. Howland, 1810 Robertson Ave. Harold E. Wristen, Galva Mrs. Kathleen R. Conley, Knoxville Timothy J. Durdte, Maquon Mrs. Denise Marie Bailey, Alton a Michael G. Rutledge, 409 W. North St. Mrs. Mary E. Etzel, 304 Divison St. Alan E. Gouldihg, 796 E. Grove St. Ralph E. Pierce, Bardolph DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Delores A. Pops, Monmouth Mrs. Elizabeth Rich, 731 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Pauline L. Winbigler, Monmouth Mrs. Barbara G. Anderson, Little York Harry D. Patterson, 900 W. Dayton St. David J. Bresden, '5 Lincoln St. Traffic Court Steven L. Ivanoff, 16, Aledo, was fined $125 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Cir* euit £ourt for unlawful use of a license or permit. Fined $25 Tuesday were Felix D. Akhimie, 24, 473 Monmouth Blvd., driving with an expired license, and Wilmer L. Taylor, 42, RoseviUe, illegal tranporta- tion of liquor. Fined for speeding were Leonard B. Hook, 46, Cameron, |12 ; Patricia J. Foster, 31, Abingdon, $13; Sharon K. Cadwell, 27, Mobile City, $13; LeRoy G. Swanson, 69, Williamsfield, $19; Jeffrey A. Glass, 18, of near Galesburg, $12; Cynthia F. Carman, 21, 345 Fair Acres Dr., $11; Michael J. Nicholas, 23, WilUamsfield, $12, and Douglas L. Oyer, 19, Avon, $11. Fined $10 for speeding were Michael A. Crumm, 30, 233 Madison St.; George H. Young, 67, Monmouth; Robert C. Kruse, 27, Salem, Iowa, and L!oyd J. Breedlove, 28, Kewanee. Stop signal violations resulted in $10 fines for Alta B. Carroll, 52, 1483 S. Seminary St.; Robert S. Foster, 36, Abingdon; Cathy J. Simpson, 22, 175 Blaine Ave.; Charles J. Matson, 60, Galva; John K. Callow, 63, 770 E. Third St., and Tex J. Fox, 30, 190 W. North St. Failing to yield the right of way resulted in $10 fines for Candace L. St. George, 20, 814 N. Cherry St.; Donald L. Downs, 43, Granite City, and Vlasta E. Mazar, 50, Bushnell. Others fined $10 were Thomas B. Smith, 19, Macomb, hitchhiking, and Jeffrey S. Hensley, 19, 935 Mulberry St., riding a motorcycle without special equipment. Circuit Court Howard D. Campbell, 22, 2021 E, Knox St., was fined $100 Tuesday in circuit court for theft under $150 — possession of stolen goods. Samuel Doggan, 34, 960 S. Kellogg St., was fined $20 for disorderly conduct. Carolyn J. Thurman, 42, 125 Indiana Dr., paid $5 for a city animal ordinance violation. MONMOUTH Thomas E. Colwell, 18, Oneida, was fined $20 Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court on a 1 charge of contributing to tfie delinquency of a minor. an after Vandalism MONMOUTH - Lou Pavlic, 111 W. First Ave., reported to police Tuesday at 4 :53 p.m. that vandals had entered his house at 208 N. B St. and broke windows and other property. He did not estimate the amount of loss. Divorces Granted MONMOUTH — Mickey Eugene Tinder was granted a divorce Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court from Marie Catherine Tinder. Grounds was mental cruelty. Custody of a minor child was awarded to the father. The couple was married June 10, 1969, at Monmouth. Arrests John'A. Fox, 50, Morristown, Tenn., was arrested Tuesday about 1:20 p.m. by Galesburg police for disoitierly conduct — public intoxication. Fox was picked up along South Seminary Street. Traffic Accident*. No tickets were issued after accident Tuesday shortly 7 a.m. involving cars driven by Adrian C. Dillin, 24, 280 N. Cedar St., arid Eugene L. Itompson, 19, Wataga. The collision occurred on the rain slickened surface of the Fourth Street Bridge. Susan K. Stevens, 29, 360 S. Whitesboro St., was citied for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after her car struck the back of one driven by Gerald K. Neteon, 34, 536 W. South St., Tuesday at 7:38 a.m. in the 1800 block of Monmouth ! Boulevard. Lorena F. Hubbell, 68, Elmwood, was cited for a turning violation after her car was involved in a collision with one driven by Frank J. Clark, 74, 945 Dayton Dr., Tuesday at 4 :57 p.m. at the corner of Main and Prairie streets. A truck driven by Veriin E. Dicks, 35, Villisca, Iowa, hit the back of a car operated by Mary M. Duggar, 54, 10 Chestnut St., Tuesday at 5:26 p.m. at the intersection of Henderson and Fremont streets. Dicks was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way from a private drive was issued to Judy K. Gabel, 21, 354 S. Chambers St;, after her car hit one operated by John A. Shaner, 52, Gilson, Tuesday at 7:40 p.m. in the 300 block of South Chambers Street. No tickets were issued after a mishap at 10:14 p.m. when a car driven by Laura L. Shay, 22, 815 E. Main St., struck a utility pole in the 800 block of East North Street. Kerry A. Leonhard, Oneida Richard A. Henry, Victoria / Mrs. Janice M. Stambaugh, Abingdon David R. Campbell, Keithsburg Dawn L. Crandall, 1722 Harrison St. David C. Varnell, 490 S. Soangetaha Rd. MONMOUTH John A. Sut- Divorces Filed a (Mary Mr. Jtsse Lemon Avon Graveside Services: 40:30 A.M. THURSDAY w 1 THE FINEST IN %. FLORAL TRIBUTES AVON CEMETERY. Visitation P.M this evening at Corman Me- mdrial Home, Avon. Flower Shop Q M 56 Fl'LTON JMj He attended schools in Fulton and McDonough counties and farmed for many years at Marietta until moving to Prairie City 30 years ago. He was a member of Point Pleasant United Methodist Church. Surviving with his widow are a son, Harold of Bushnell; a daughter, Mrs. James (Dorothy) Lorn ax, Creston, Iowa; 10 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, five step-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren, and a brother, Glenn, and a sister, Mrs. Charles (Mae) AJlen, both of Bushnell. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell. Rev. Orville Filbey and Rev. Charles Smith will officiate. Burial will be at the Bushnell Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be Thursday afternoon and from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, when the family will be present. MISS EDITH LASS Miss Edith Lass, 91, died at 4:45 a.m. the PEO Home in Knoxvilte. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Hinchliff-Pearaan-West Chapel. ^ She is survived by a niece and a nephew, Miss Ruth E. Lass of Downers Grove and Phil Lass of Galesburg. —Confirmed the appointment of Rollin G. Tye to the Oneida Sanitary District board of trustees, Thomas E. Pennington to the Knoxville Community Fire Protection District, George S. Peterson to the Oneida-Wataga Fire Protection District, Kenneth Russell to the Wataga Sanitary District board of trustees and Wendell Owens to the London Mills Fire Protection District. —Was invited to the Knox County Nursing Home open house May 19-20. Henry Killed in Crash CHARLESTON, 111. (UPI) Charles Winkler, 48, was killed Tuesday night when his pickup truck crashed into a bridge abutment seven miles north of here on Illinois 130. A (Continued From Page 10) Court May 15 at 10 a.m. at which time the county will present its arguments against assessment of the fee. IN OTHER action, the board: — Heard a report of Alex Almasy, director of Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Probation Services. He said a total of 20 persons are employ-, ed in the department to give guidance to youth who are referred by the courts. — Was told by Charles R. Baum Jr. of Geneseo that ambulance service at Colona is scheduled to end June 1. contracts for the St» Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY; E, H. Antons, 320 Belleview Ct. Mrs. Stanzia J. Brodrick, Gilson rs. Bonnie J. Boswell, Kewanee Mrs. Ethel A. Friend, 798 Day St. Mrs. Beverly M, Marquith, Knoxville George E. McKenna, 708 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Sarah Roberts, Fairview Guy H. Routh, Abingdon Mrs. Gladys Seibert, 1550 E. North St. Mrs. Ruby M, Swanson, 776 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Bonnie L. Stevens, Laura John O. Smith, 1580 W. Losey St. Eldon L. Wiley, Dahinda DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Samuel S. Westfall, Galesburg Route 4 Miss Mickie A. Cunningham, Abingdon Mr. Bradley K. Turner, Knoxville Mrs. Gladys Sterett. 423 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Shirley J. Ennis, 1372 Morton Ave. Patrick A. Miles, Galesburg Route 2 KNOX COUNTY Peggy t0n r -^J?! ^/^^'ILynn Anderson, against THomas was fined $20 Tuesday in War- L{U { j^^LZf ren County Traffic Court for a|Mlcna€l Am,erson ' charge of having no valid driv- v in* ers licenser JVrOgn KeSlgllS Fined $10 were Keith A. Van- (Continued From Page 1) Riper, 18, Kirfcwood, excessive noise; Arnold C. Randolph, 59, said he would arrange 807 N. First St., no valid safety choices for special prosecutor test, and Pafcti J. Godfrey, 19, in order of priority and submit Normal failure to reduce speed the names to the presidents of to avoid an accident. Howard Clark and John Judd, both of Kirkwood, were each fined $10 for violation of use of a zoning area. — Approved three cars for thought American for the day: statesman Daniel Webster said, "There is nothing so powerful as truth...and often nothing so strange." u r 4 ') \ Hinnhliff- I it- t f untral Home Ahingdoa, Illinois Mrs. Josephine Courson m W. Lower St. Services: 2 P.M. - FRIDAY LAES6N FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the Funeral Home Thursday eve- (jjng. Burial Abingdoo Cemetery, •parson,. r -wear" FUNERAL DIRECTORS 107GWEST FREMONT STREET FHQft£ 943-2101 MB. JAMES FRANCIS (FRANK) PARRISH 100 N. Whitesboro St. Services 1:30 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Frieods may call Thursday evening at Ihe chapel. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Memorials to the First United Presbyterian Church or the Galesburg Lions piind Fund. MISS EDITH LASS - PEO Home, Knoxville, Illinois. Services to be arranged. Henry County Sheriff's department. Moore Chevrolet of Woodhull received a contract with a bid of $9,250 for the three cars, less trade-in. — Heard the report that calculators and filing cabinets had been purchased for courthouse offices at a cost of $1J5Q. RECEIVED a report from Robert Hepner of Kewanee, rabies committee chairman, who outlined that department's activity for April. — Voted to pay half the construction costs of bridges in Lynn, Kewanee and Anna- waa townships. The townships will pick up the other half of the costs. Referred to the road and bridge committee a resolution asking that the GaJva -Atkinson blacktop road be offered to the state for maintenance. — Heard the report of Clarence M. Samuelson of Kewanee. chairman of welfare and Civil Defense, who asked that six pumps be purchased at a cost of $3,000. Don't (Continued From Page 4) have the READ THE WANT ADS! ed, such as those who signed petitions asking board to fire Wegman and Driskell. Those petiiiiws will be presented to the board at its next meeting, so there will prolbably be another lesson in local government and citizen participation. I hope so for the sake of local government. Rut apparently no one was unhappy enough to get his name on the ballot to throw the "scoundrels" out. Perhaps it's too much trouble to -attend all those boring meetings for four years. Maybe it's easier to wait for an emotioo-charged issue to crop up, then go to the meeting as Committee— (Continued From Page 3) 1130 E. South St., and Kenneth Morss, 1309 Campbell St., volunteered to offer support to Aid. Curtis Erickson, Second Ward, who has been battling in City Council meetings for a center for senior citizens' social activities. The committee, which is comprised of two dozen members appointed by the mayor to advise the City Council, has been hampered recently by poor attendance at its meetings. to 1969 the committee drew praise from City Manager Thomas Herring for its initiative in the city's summer recreation program, housing for the elderly, urban renewal on the east side and studies on low-income housing. But attendance at recent meetings has been running 7-10 members. AT HERRING'S suggestion, Secretary Harvey Lightbody sent questionnaires to members asking whether they were interested in the com- the American Bar Association, the American College of Trial Lawyers and 4 'certain other individuals." Eastland asked how Richardson felt about having his choice approved by the entire Senate. "If the Senate did not I MONMOUTH - Chris Brown, 18, Macomb, was charged Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after a 3-car accident on U.S. 67 about lYz miles north of RoseviUe. Brown was driving north following cars driven by John his I Adams, 64, Moline, and Lynn Conway, 25, Berwick. Conway reportedly slowed and signaled for a right turn. Adams locked his brakes and avoided the Conwav car. but hitting the Conway car, Brown was unable to get stop- oed in time to avoid striking the rear of Adams' auto. Cars driven by Ronald W. Smith, 20, Carthage, and John M. Patterson, 16, Alexis, collided last Thursday in the 200 Richardson said he sought recommendations concur,'' Richardson said, would fee! obligated to propose bl(M * of ? orth Main Street, ac another selection." ^ ordin S '° ^ adeT ^ 0 h , Monmouth police Tuesday. The * report said Smith was making . , . , a left turn in the 200 block of he special Prosecutor post North Majn street, when' his from the presidents of the bar car was struck from behind b and trial lawyers associations, the Patterson car. judges, prosecuting attorneys, practicing lawyers, members of Congress and Mark Mc- vanous CAMBRIDGE other Cormick, 18, Kewanee, was •persons. charged with improper lane us- Richardson was given over-all age after a 2 -car accident Sat- command of the government urday night on U.S. 34 and 111. investigation of the Watergate 17 two miles west of Galva. scandal by President Nixon last According to sheriff's depu- week. Richardson, now defense ties, McCormick swerved his secretary, announced Monday westbound car left to avoid he would choose a special striking two cars in front of him who would be which had slowed and struck a car driven by Alfredo Cuellar, prosecutor, answerable only to him. There had been strong pressure from Republicans and Democrats alike for selection of a special prosecutor, and some criticism has continued Richardson's nouncement contended since Monday an- because critics mittee. Of 23 sent, 14 were returned. These included resignations from Miss Ruth Schwartz, 971 N. Cherry St., and Mrs. Moses Murrell, 115 Locust St. the prosecutor still would not be entirely independent. Richardson said he had ' large number of names "a of prospects. He said the next step would be to draw up a list in the order of priority to submit to Warren and the others. 50, 322 W. Fifth Ave., Monmouth. Anselma Martinez, Monmouth, was a passenger in Cuellar's car. Passengers in the McCormick car were Steve Williams and Bill Breese, Macomb. Thefts MONMOUTH - Barry Pheiffer, Gerlaw, rep3rted to police Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. that three stereo tapes valued at $18 had been stolen from his car while it was parked at Community Memorial Hospital shortly before he reported the theft. an outraged citizen and yell at toe guys who did run. And classrooms supervised personally by school board members? That could get a bit hairy. The current board members, I believe, correctly perceive the roll of the school board as one of making policy, not dictating administrative specifics. VACATION SPECIAL AUTO LOAN installment payments days! i Finance charges apply from date of issue. have want you summer! Births Bora at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Roberts, Fairview, IH., a boy at 5:41 p.m. Tuesday. f

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