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4 # AND I h Judge-. F • Galesburg Register-Moil. Galesburg, III. Thursday, May 10, 1973 11 ^—^ > w ^ • L^^-^L^ —.. / _ ., ^ MF B _ * - (Continued From Pag* 2) MH €H£?R} CE *W • «* *:86 P-m. at Cottage KNOXVILLE - Miss Plor- Hospital. ence Edith Lass, 91, of the Illi- He was bom AiptA », 1899, in nois PfSO Home, Knoxville, died W«m» County. He ntafried at the home Wednesday at 4:45 Pearl Terpening in 1920 ait a.m. Gafesbwg. She Was born in Oalesburg Ha moved to Oalesburg in on Feb. 18, 1882, and lived all 1928 and was employed here by her life in the Oalesburg area. iMMwest Mamrtaoturing Co. for She was graduated from Knox 28 years, retiring In 1987. S^LA TL™ WSL? with foe Widow are S • s Academy at Knox- hw sons* Theodore and ! ll,e " # M rf IT P W ™ * !" em ," Chalks, <* Galesburg, Glen Satins!, ^T... Jackwwvffle; (foe daughters, PJi Sorority and Illinois PEO , Mrs ^nce (Dorothy) Sufiher^ Chapter AN. " adopted and the time the le i stature changed the law said the new constitution provides equal treatment under the law on the basis of sex. The old law provided that girls under the age of 18 were treated as juveniles, but 17- year-old males were brought before criminal courts as adults. NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Vivian Ann Cordle, Knoxville Mrs. Charlotte Payton, 800 W. South St. Stacy J. Layton, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. 0. lone Westerfield, 925 Dayton Dr. ^Ll^fJ^i^Trtl Mrs. Candk^M. Havens, Erickson is returned to the «... Richard M. Stonberg, Cambridge Traffic Accidents Katherine E. Fischer, 18, 745 N. Academy St., was cited for failure to yield the right of way after her car was involved in an accident with one driven by James ft. Jenkins, 27, Abingdon, at the intersection of Henderson and Dayton streets Wednesday at 5:51 p.m. county. He could be tried as 1 2141 Dantel a juvenile; the prosecuting attorney could decide that he Miss Jffl A Raffle right ^ way to James L. John, has served his sentence and Mrg He , en L Johnsonj « ^ u Galesburg police issued * ticket for failure to yield the proceed no farther; he could be placed under supervision of the court, or the judge he is brought before could de Biggsville Mrs. Etta M. Ellis, 443 Dudley St. . . ... *?TL Mrs. Kathy L. Locke, cide to treat him as an adult Monmouth land, San Diego, Calif., Mrs. Eu- Survlving are two nieces, Mrs. gene (Joan) Brammer, Quincy, and start the proceedings Ruth Lissf Downers Grove, and and (Mrs. Jerry (Martha) An- over. Mrs. Dirold Young, Santa Cruz, derson, Gatesburg; 20 grand Calif. Knox County State's Atty. children and 30 great-grandchil-| Donald C. Woolsey said this Paul W. Carlson Jr., 700 Pine St. FnntfAl will bp Fridav at 1 <toien; tow>k«*e«> Charies and Chapel, where visitation will be JJS^**' Westfa11 ' his ^teiice. He said he would ^ we jgj | a || factors in the case Sheri Lynn Martin, 1725 N. Seminary St. morning that Erickson has Mrs. Vickl S. Davis, Knoxville Mrs. Doris A. Schisler, ^liaUVl,' WHWV TJOIiailVU Will UC /T «i1 «w*uM« thisTvining. Burial will be at G «* ttl * Funeral will be Safturday ait Hope Ceinetery. HAROLD G. HARVEY 2 p.m. alt the Foley Mortuary, with Rev. Robert K. C. Paul to determine if justice has been served. Harold , . Woolsey said that while G. Harvey, 59, of son, pastor of Bethel Baptist there's a precedent in Fourth Lake Bracken died Wednesday Ohurdi, oififkiatimg. Burial will Appellate District Court for at 9:29 p.m. at St. Mary's be at Linwood Cemetery. Visi- Roberts' decision, he —* Hospital. He had been a quality taition will be Friday from 7 -9 control engineer at Midwest p.m. ait the mortuary. Manufacturing Co. 20 years; J0HN w NEEDHAM He was born Nov. 15, 1913, at MONMOUTH - Funeral for Hannibal,, Mo., lived for 10 John W. Needham, 70, of 1114 years In Peoria and 10 years s. Sixth St., who died Sunday, at Yates City, where he served was Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at as mayor. He lived here theJTiirnbull Funeral Home. Dr. last 15 years. He married Catherine James Speer, associate pastor R. of Faith United Presbyterian Howard June 26, 1932, at Frank- Church, officiated: fort, Mo, She survives with his Burial was at Monmouth mother, Mrs. Bertha Harvey Cemetery. Pallbearers were of Hannibal; two sons, Billy Al Malmquist, William Dowel.1, Gene of Lake Villa and Bobby bert Schweitzer, Clyde Brooks, Lee of s Knoxville; and four Robert Schweitzer, Don Gulick, grandchildren. Cl yde Brooks and William Bid- He was a member of First die Jr. United Presbyterian Church, „ Eureka Lodge 98 of Royal Arch JAMES F. PARRISH Masons, Yates City Masonic FuneraI for James Francls Lodge 448, Illinois Council No. (Frank) Parrish, 74, of 100 N. 1, the Scottish Rite at Moline, Order of Easter Star at Knoxville and Modern Woodmen of America. j i" r Funeral will be Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Mr. Parrish died Wednesday Chapel at a time to be announced, and burialfwill be at Oak UfA|>^niing.tit Cottage Hospital. Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home, where Masonic rites will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. Whitesboro St., will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. may appeal on the basis that the decision renders every prosecution of a 17-year-old male ineffective. Comparing the circumstances to the overturning of the law for prosecution on drug charges in 1970, Woolsey said the decision may mean that every 17-year-old male in prison could be released. Roberts said he did not believe the decision would have that effect, since the 17-year- old offender could still be prosecuted. "If there is any blame to be placed in this matter, it must be placed with the legislature which failed to act to solve this kind of problem," Roberts commented. THEODORE L. HOFFMAN Theodore. Law Hafifman, 74, of 1163 dark St., died Wednes- Whatever Occasion + 4 0 4 ±J WILL SAY IT BEST 1 ANDERSON florists N. BROAD 34MU1 Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mrs. Josephine Courson 306 W, Lower St. Services: 2 P.M.- FRIDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the Funeral Home this evening Burial Abingdon Cemetery. Mr. Theodore Law Hoffman tie J dark St. Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY At the FOLEY MORTUARY. Rev. Robert K. C. Paulson Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Friday evening from 7 to 9. Burial in Linwood Cemetery. JESSE LEMON AVON — Graveside services for Jesse Lemon, 90, of Avon, who died Tuesday, were today at 1:30 p.m. at Avon Cemetery, Rev. Thietje Hunt, pastor of Avon Federated Church, officiating. MRS. FLOYD RICHARDSON VERMONT - Mrs. Floyd Richardson, 78, of Vermont, died Wednesday at 8:55 a.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. The former Zada Hollister, was born July 3, 1894, in Fulton County. She was married first to Homer Graves, wiho preceded her in death. She married Floyd Hollister on July 15, 1930, at Peoria. Surviving with her husband are a son, Russel Graves, Marietta; two daughters, Mrs. Cliff (Helen) Hensley and Mrs. Ralph (Zelma) Havens, both of Bushnell; seven grandchildren and 19 great - grandchildren; a brother, Ray Hollister, Macomb, and a sister, Mrs. Julia Baker, Aran. Funeral will be Friday at 3 p.m. at the Martin - Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell, with Rev. Charles Smith, pastor of Point Pleasant United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial be at Mound Cemetery near Bushnell. Visitation will be Friday before the service. will Ten (Continued From Page 22) weekly in Bushnell, has been sold to William Lorton, Hannibal, Mo. Lorton is currently production manager with Western Publishing Co. Inc., Hannibal. He will take over as publisher of the Democrat on May 16. Lorton will be the fifth publisher in the 89-year-history of the paper which was founded in 1884 by Charles Chain. Other publishers were George Chain, Maurice White, and the most recent George W. Sperry, who has been ill for the past two years. Lorton and his wife, Betty, have six children. His family will join him at the end of the school term. Officers were elected when the Bushnell Recreation Cen* ter Council met Monday night at the center. They are Mr. and Mrs. James Walton, co- president ; Steven Russell, vice president; Mrs. LaVeta Grimm, secretary, and Mrs. Leland Thurman, treasurer. Center officials reported that 343 adults a n d 266 children used the center in April. This was the last meeting until Sept. 10. Abingdon Richard D. Dawson, Knoxville Mrs. Beulah V. Foster, 1381 W. Losey St. Kenneth C. Davis, 836 Maple Ave. Betsy S. Niebuhr, Williamsfield Mrs. Freida I. Hall, 243 E. Berrien St. Virgil F. Peterson, Altona DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: John W. Andrew^, Knoxville Christopher M> Dutton, 537 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Geneva V. Lundeen, Wataga Mrs. Kathleen R. Conley, Knoxville Floyd W. Prown Sr., Laclede, Mo. Mrs. Catherine L. McWilliams, 1115 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Martha C. Rock, Avon Mrs. Mabel R. Andrews, Alexis Joseph F. Joseph, 1714 Beecher Ave. Loren R. Stracker, Ipava , Mrs. Rita L. Frinsthal, Oneida Frederick C. Billings, 1945 Baird Ave. Virgil F. Peterson, Altona Daniel T. Boone, Knoxville Aaron E. Johnson, 1290 Maple Ave. Mrs. Helen A. Ludington, Cambridge , Mrs. E. Lorraine May, Maquon 26, of Westport, after his car was involved in an accident with one driven by Edward Clark, 44, 595 W. Brooks St., at the intersection of Main and Henderson streets Monday at 6:26 p.m. MONMOUTH - A 13-year-old Monmouth boy, Timothy C. Johnson, 207 W. Fourth Ave., was injured Wednesday at 8 :57 p.m. .when his bicycle was struck by a car. Johnson was treated at Community Memorial Hospital and released. Price F. Howell Jr., 50, 1000 W. Third AVe., was driving his car east in the 100 block of W. Fourth Ave. when it struck the bicycle. No charges were filed. Mrs. Mary Lawson, 61, Macomb, received minor injuries in a 1-car accident Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. on U.S. 67 one mile south of Roseville. Mrs. Lawson was taken to McDonough District Hospital, Macomb, for observation. Mrs. Lawson was a passenger in a car driven by Joseph Lawson, 72, Maconib, Lawson told state police he lost control of his auto when it struck some lose gravel The car swerved off the road and hit a tree. Richard Rhoden, 56, 901 W. First Ave., was charged with improper passing after a 2-vehicle accident Wednesday on U.S. 67 about \ x k miles north Main St., failure to indicate lane change. MONMOUTH - James F. Shirey, 56, Carthage, was fined $189 Wednesday in Warren County Trarffic Court on an overweight charge. A $75.60 overweight fine was also levied against James L. Jackson, 45, Richmond, Ind. Billie G. Ramsey, 33, Kahoka, Mo., was fined $25 for transporting logs without the written consent of the owner. Elnoris J. Gulick, 40, Burlington, was fined $15 for not having a valid drivers license. For Oakley Reservoir Pro j ect By TOM LAUE jley project, has asked for $1 .5 DECATUR, 111. (UPI) - Gov.!million in the fiscal 1974 federal Daniel Walker today announced,budget for land acquisition for his support of the controversial!the reservoir. A corps spokes- 180.9 million Oakley Reservoir project. In a lunfch speech to the Decatur Chamber of Commerce, Walker said construction on the project will begin about July 1, 1974, if funds are available at that time. Walker said plans will be man said if funding requests are met, construction could begin by 1975 and be completed by 1980. The project has drawn strong opposition, however, from conservationists and farmers over the past decade. Earlier this week, the Environmental Policy worked out with the Army Corps; Center, a Washington lobbying cf .Engineers to protect Allerton; organization for conservation Park from increased flooding.! groups, listed Oakley as one of He termed the park, "a vital'the 13 least desirable water Fined flO each were Herbert asset to the people of the area." i development proposals in the of U.S. 34. Rhoden was driving a pickup and pulling a utility trailer north and attempting to oass on the riaht when the unit struck a car driven bv Chester Dzwilews, 43. Grandville, Mich. Wyman Whipple, 23, Galesburg, was charged with im- C. Wadleigh, 79, 1110 E. Boston Ave., driving too fast for conditions; William T. Kamp, 43, Galesburg, speeding; Mrs. Alice G. Smith, 58, of rtear Monmouth, speeding; Ronald B. Needham, 23, 603 E. Euclid Ave., following too close; J. C. Ingram, 40, Roxie, Miss., no valid reciprocity plates, and John W, Biesler, 20, 231 S. Fourth St., no valid license. Arre§ts Gregoria Orta, 18, Corpus Christi, Tex., was charged by Galesburg police with aggravated battery early today after he allegedly stabbed a Galesburg woman. According to Galesburg police, who were called to the St. Mary's Hospital emergency room today at 1:15 a.m., Miss Carol S. Weaver, 21', 982 Bateman St., was cut on the arm by Orta as he left a car near the corner of Prairie and Sim-1 mons streets. Miss Weaver told police she and a friend had been having coffee at a nearby restaurant when they were approached by Orta, who asked them to show him the city. When they returned him downtown, he allegedly inflicted the cut as he left the The governor also announced plans to develop a limited flood control program in the Lincoln Lake area in place of the proposed Lincoln Reservoir project. "Instead of the Lincoln Reservoir project as presently de- Signed, we will pursue the modified program for water supply and flood control," he said. The alternate plan would include drivers! sma jj reservoirs in the lake area in east central Illinois. Walker said he wiJl support the small Middle Fork Reservoir project in the Danville area, a plan started two years ag3 on local initiative. Walker's announcement of nation. Authorized State Money In 1969, the Illinois General Assembly authorized use of state money for the project, but ho funds were released by Gov. Richard B. OgUvie. Features of the Oakley project include: —A main dam creating Lake Springer (to be named after former Illinois GOP Congressman William Springer) which would stretch about 20 miles northeast from Decatur on what is now the Sangamon River. —A second dam to be built on Friend's Creek, a tributary of the Sangamon, and behind it support for the Oakley Reser- would form a lake about one- voir clears the way for Con-[third the size of Lake Springer. —A 98 - mile "greenbelt," gress to approve federal funding for the project. Ths state's share of the cost is $17.6 million. The U.S. Army Corps of En- where the Sangamon River flood plain would be kept in a natural state from Decatur past Springfield, to the point where car.. Sam Doggan, 34, 960 S. Kellogg St., was charged with disorderly conduct — public intoxication — after he was ar -iP ubli c. gineers, which planned the Oak- the river meets Salt Creek. Public Events Are Planned • For RosevilleV Celebration ROSEVILLE — Officials for Roseville's 125th anniversary celebration this summer said a number of events are being planned for participation by the rested by police at the De Luxe Cafe, 236 S. Seminary St., Glenn A. Carr, 761 Beecher Ave. proper passing and not having Wednesday at 2:48 p.m. Final details of, e&ch event have not been completed. Activities include: St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Clyde W. Ausmus, Roseville Miss Lisa A. Addis, Galesburg Route 2 Wesley IBinr, LaiHarpe Mrs. Inez H. Garrison, Laura Mrs. Noralee E. Hester, 433s N. Pleasant Ave. Harold G. Harvey, Galesburg Route 3 James R. Leezer, Abingdon Miss Lona L. Lashbrook, Kewanee Mrs. Edith I. Johnson, Abingdon tMre. Cynthia Nix, 387 S. Prairie St. Jerry Nelson, 1603 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. IMadeline Otto, Alexis Mrs. Candace L. Ramirez, 827 E. Main St. Mrs. Delores M. Sosa, 539 E. Brooks St. Marilyn W. Smith, Galesiburg Route 3 DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Fired C. Shunick, 704 W. South St. Mrs. Grace E. Sage, 1609 Beecher Ave. _ i i p ii *i . . Miss Hinda R. Prag, Abingdon Derrek Dickey of the Uniyersi- iMps Mwt|ha A yandarhyden, ty of Cincinnati, Golden State's jMonmouih No. 2 draft choice, signed a babbitt, 472 Oak St. multiple-year contract Wednes- Donald Temple, day with the National Basket- 862 E. Berrien St. ball Association Warriors. a valid drivers license after a c*„.^« \v a — w n _i2 -car accident on the Raritan Steven W. Strange, Monmouth| M ^,, fon about two miles west of U.S. 67. Whinple was driving an^ overtaking an auto driven by Joe Adkisson, 74, Roseville. He said he thought Adkisson was coming into the oassing lane, swerved to the left, went off the road, skidded back on to, the pavement and struck the Adkisson auto. Traffic Court J. Guadalupe Lopez, 42, 381 N. Prairie St., paid a $200 fine Charges of criminal trespass to land were filed against James W. Ripka and John W. Berlin, both of Kewanee, by Knox County sheriff's deputies Wednesday at 7:55 p.m. after Roger Seiboldt, Victoria, lodged a complaint. MONMOUTH - Clifford Lodwick, 48, 409 S. Fifth St., was charged Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. with violation of the city's dog leash law. Circuit Court Anthony D. Ricconi, 20, for operating a motor vehicle Farmington, paid a $25 fine while intoxicated, a $25 fine for Wednesday in Knox County Cir- illegal transportation of liquor cu u Court on a charge of vio- and a $10 fine for failure to lating the state game code, yield the right of way when he j 0 h n P. Fox, no age or ad- appeared Wednesday in Knox & K ss listed, paid a $15 fine on County Traffic Court. •I * 4=# — Old-fashioned style show and chicken barbecue June 13 at Roseville Park. —Athletic contest for men June 27 and for women J^ily 11. —Pet parade and model airplane show July 22. —Old-fashioned music July 25 by the Roseville High School band. —Sidewalk sales and flea John L. Brady, 31, Abingdon, a charge of disorderly conduct Multiyear Contract SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) HinchfifF- •hears FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STRiST PHONE 343-2101 uiesHnc GAIESBURQ MR. JAMES FRANCIS (FRANK) PARRISH - 100 N, Whitesboro St. Services 1:30 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First United Presbyterian Church or the Galesburg Lions Blind Fund. MISS FLORENCE EDITH LASS - PEO Home, Knoxville, Illinois. Services 3 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Hope Cemetery. DR. WILLIAM JOHNSON - Willow Creek Farms, Galesburg, 111. Services 1:30 P.M. Saturday at the First Lutheran Church. Friends may call Friday evening at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First Lutheran Church. Mrs. Maxine Mead, 900 W. Dayton St. Miss Sandra Walker, 523 Iowa Ot. Mrs. Eleanor E. Briggs, Knoxville Mrs. Joy N. Collins, Oneida Mrs. Sandra K. Boyer, Aibingdon Michael Woods, Ipava Miss Jacqueline Stontz, Kewanee Mrs. Joyce E, Dabl 1447 Lane Ave. Forest D. Dickerson, St. Augustine Miss Sheila S. Riggs, Galesbwg Route 4 Mrs. Delores Baker, 264 Walnut Ave. public intoxication, paid a $200 fine on a charge of Jimmy D. Philbee, 28, Tri- operating a motor vehicle while V oli; Lloyd A. Gorham, 24, Oak intoxicated. Hill; Ike Hatchett Jr., 18, Peo- Speeding fines were paid by r ia, and Jackie Hatchett Jr., Jeffrey A. Glass, 20, Cicero, 19, Peoria, each paid $10 fines $15; Melvin D. Pendleton, 47, 0 n a charge of violation of the Peoria, $19; Kenneth C. Franks, state fish code. 22, Quincy, $11; Gerald E. Tay- Frederick B. Smith, 23, Peo- lor, 24, 682 Maple Ave., $16; ria, paid a $10 fine for viola- John L. Rupert, 18, 1319 S. tion of the state boat code. Chambers St., $16; Paul Howard, 55, 1656 Flamingo Dr., $11; MONMOUTH - Danny D. Ornie W. Reynolds, 67, Wataga, Davis, 23, 1300 S. 6V2 St., was $12; Margaret E. Eling, 19, St. sentenced Wednesday in War- Charles; Judith A. Sherman, 34, ren County Circuit Court to not 1470 N. West St.; Franklin Ray less than two nor more than Mercer, 54, Des Moines, Iowa; six years in the Illinois De- Lewis E. Woods, 47, 716 S. Sem- partment of Corrections. Davis inary St.; Keith L. Stolp, SO, pleaded guilty March 19 to a Londpn Mills; Kathy J. Thomp- charge placed against him son, 23, Silvis, and Carl D. March 17 in connection with a Thompson, 22, Maquon, each burglary at the Russell Evans $J0. Paying $10 fines for disobeying a traffic signal were Lawrence B. Kisler, 22, Knoxville; Jessie L. Soske, 23, 1245 N. Prairie St.; Paul D. French, 23, 184 N. Pleasant Ave., and Rebecca S. McQulsh, 24, 1249 Florence Ave. Others paying $10 fines were Mildred L. Carlson, 59, 900 W. Dayton St., duty on striking an unattended motor vehicle; Stephen A. Horton, 29, Little grocery at Kirkwood. Thomas L. Curtis, 18, Oquawka, was fined $100 on a burg- lacy charge placed against him last June. He pleaded guilty March 16 when the charge was amended to theft of less than $150. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY Miss Carla E. Carmody, 19, 571 W. Brooks St., and Douglas A. Larson, 21, 241 Circle Dr. market on June 30. —Yesteryear parade and fish fry Aug. 4. —Old-fashioned church service Aug. 5, the final date of the anniversary celebration. Downtown store windows will be decorated with historical articles. Items will be on display during June. A history of each building will be included in the display. More than 70 men have entered the beard-growing contest. The date of judging will be announced soon. The Warren County Fair will be held the week of Aug. 6 at Roseville. In her report on the Continental Congress, Miss Edith Brook, Stronghurst, D£R state vice regent, told members of the Roseville Chapter Tuesday that every chapter in the state has sent in an honor roll report. Members met at the home of Mrs. Reah Beasley. She also noted that the state has received a $100 award foil having the most subscribers to' the DAR magazine and that the; Illinois DAR has been recog -t nized for making, flags for tho blind. Mrs. Brook said that jun-! ior members have been given; state recognition for contribu-; tions to the Helen Pouch Me- 1 morial Fund. Dates of various events for the year were announced and members were told that national dues have been increased by $4. Mrs. Stuart Mayhew, chapter regent, announced that a round table will be held June 2 at 11:30 a.m. at Galesburg. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Mayhew by May 26. The 12th annual genealogical will be held each June at seminar Wednesday during Springfield. Mrs. Herman Kington presented a new slate of officers to be, installed at the June meeting. They include Mrs. James Willis, regent; Mrs. Kington, recording secretary; Mrs. Otto Oberjohnn, chaplain; Mrs. Eugene Sparrow, registrar; Mrs. Mayhew, historian and Mrs. Irwin Davis, 3-year director, Mrs. Francis Killey told members that 47,800 trees were planted last year by DAR members. Farmington DAR Slates Programs For Bicentennial FARMINGTON - To develop an awareness of the upcoming Bai\ey, Altona, a girl at 2:12| 2 ooth anniversary of America, Births Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Arvit Nix, 387 S. Paririe St., a boy at 4:54 p.m. Wednesday. Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. p.m. Wednesday. E. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Havens, 2141 Daniel Dr., a boy at 4:16 p.m. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Terry D. Layton, 835 Wisconsin Ave., a girl at 12:17 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Lomac A. members cif the Farmington of the have Chapter, Daughters American Revolution, planned several pre-bicentennial programs. The first will be a public Galleria Tea May 19 from 2-4 p.m. at First United Presby- Joan Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Reisenbigler against Walter Riesenbigler; Owen J. Ralston against Holly A. Ralston; Robert W. Breeden against Twyla R. Breeden; Sue Harpman against L. E. Harpman, and York UWal lrft turn- Lorena' MlSS Ellzabeth J - Wendlandt, I Xi lu% *c Tin 9 • I 19 * 1591 Oriole Dr., and Paul Hubbell > 68 > Elmwood, im-, w Lagerstrom Jp ' 20 m D proper right turn; Eugene L. Wells, 41, East Galesburg, no wheel tax sticker; Steven E. KJapp, 19, 761 Day St., illegal muffler; Duane R. Shotts, 40, safety test; Bruce L. LaViolette, St. Miss Jane E. Mangieri, 23, Abingdon, and Robert M. Meyer, 22, Naperville. Thefts Payton, 600 W. South St., a boyjterian Church, Canton. A business meeting for members will MR. HAROLD D. HARVEY - Rt. 3, Lake Bracken. Services to be arranged. 1193 Florence Ave., no valid Stephen M. Purl, Abingdon, 23, 847 S. Cedar St., violation of reported to police Wednesday • clsssif icfltion * ClflrcncG „ ... n , . . !Johnson, 81,'Knoxville, failure broken through the top of his: Kosahta Ryan against Andrew tQ reduce to speed to avoid an convertible and stole tapes L - R y an - Occident: William W. Erwin, 54, <valued at $30 while his car was at 10:08 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Swanson, Wheeling, are the parents of a girl, Beth Lee, born May 9. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Swanson, 889 Jefferson St. Maternal be held at 1 p.m. The Farmington chapter will present America in many phases of life — from colonial beginnings to the present. Historic items will be displayed in addition to memorabilia connect- with Fulton County's grandmother is Mrs. Marjoriejed W /^^Vm. TharvandIl7"had| Bui,mood ' Knoxville. isesquicentennial. READ THE WANT ADS! Henderson, no valid safety test, and Robert W. Ennis, 52,1719 E. parked in the Galesburg High School lot. Mrs. Jack Gibbs and Mrs. T. Sponges arc animals that be-Chellis Taylor, both of Canton, gin life as a larva, then attach and Mrs. Earl Rogers, Yates City, are co-chairmen for the event. themselves to the sea floor, rocks, pieces of coral or shells.

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