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Anions Was Lombard School Chief Eddie H. "Ed" Anfcm, 65, <* 320 BeUeview Court, died Friday at 11:25 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. Antom, a school administer for 40 yeans, was employed 14 years in Galesburg School District 205 and had been Lombard Junior High School principal. He was a member of 6he Galesburg City Council from 1957-59. He was bom Oct. 27, 1907, at Dana, 111., and married Pearl A. Gerdes at Oilman, 111., Dec. 28, 1932. She survives with a brother, John of St. Paul, Minn., and fcw sisters, Mrs. Nana fflenken, Minonk, 111., and Mrs. Josephine Winterhoe- der, Defiance, Ohio. Mr. Antons was graduated from Illinois State University in 1942, and received his master's degree in 1947. He was a member of the National Education Assn., Illinois Education Assn., National Retired Teachers Assn., Knox CourJfy Retired Teachers Assn., Galesburg Lions CJub, First United Methodist Church and its' official board. Funeral will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. ait First United Methodist Church. Friends may call Monday evening at Hiiichliff- Pearson-West Chapel. Commit- CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME llOMvflle • Avon London Mills Mrs. Lydlt (Bobbie) Youngbarg Maquon, III. Services: 2:30 P.M. - MONDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, AVON. Burial in Avon Cemetery. Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva » Willlanisfleld Mrs. Ebba Appall Anderson Age 81 Galva, 111. Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. ~ MONDAY MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH. Calling hours Sunday evening from 7 to 9, at the chapel. tal services will be Tuesday it 3:30 p.m. aft St. Mary's Cemetery, Oilman. Memorials may be made 46 the Heart Fund or to the American Oncer Society, the family arid. Abi^don" Girl Dies In Hospital ABINGDON - Miss Linda M. DeCrane, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeCrane of 203 N. Swarts St., died Friday at St. Jude's Hospital, Mem phis, Tenn., after a long illness. A benefit show for Miss De- Crane was scheduled for May 20 in Abingdon to raise money for her trips to St. Jude's Hospital and Peoria Methodist Hospital. She had developed a blood d'sease and.periodically needed transfusions. She was born Sept. 7, 1956, in Galesburg, and lived most of her life in Abingdon. She attended Abingdon schools and was a member of the high school chorus and Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Surviving with her parents are two brothers, Daniel and Thomas; a sister, Christine; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Klauver, Rock Irland, and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al De- Crane, Geneseo. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic | Church, with Rev. Arnold Klau­ ver, pastor of Morton Catholic Church, officiating. Rosary will be Sunday at 8 p.m. at Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon. Burial will be in Abingdon Cemetery. I Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and evening. Memorials may be made to the Linda DeCrane Memorial Fund and left at the funeral home, the family said. THEODORE L. HOFFMAN Funeral for Theodore L. Hoffman, 74, of 1163 ClarkJSt, who died Wednesday, was today at 2 p.m. at the Foley Mortuary. Rev. Robert K. C. Paulson, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers "were Don, Dick, Eugene and Fred Wells, Jim Powless and Theodore Hoffman Jr. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVIUE, ILLINOIS Rolltnd C. (Bill) Wilt RR, Gllson, III. Funeral Services: 2:30 P.M. - SUNDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call this evening. Interment in the Haynes Cemetery. Masonic services at 8 P.M. this evening. Memorials to the DeLong Congregational Church may be left at the Funeral Home. HARRY STENGAL GLADSTONE - Funeral for Harry Stengal, 84, of Gladstone who died last Saturday in Burlington, was Tuesday at the •Sederwall, Funeral Chapel, Biggsville. Rev. Thomas Brown, pastor of Gladstone and Biggsville United Methodist churches, 8 officiated. Burial was in Oquawka Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill Luken», Delmar Russell,, Gail iBabcock, Steve Dickens, Flay Russell and Raus France. Larson Funeral Home AblagdoB, Illinois Mi«i Linda M. DaCrana Age 16 203 N. Swartz St., Abingdon, HI. Funeral Services: 10 A.M. - MONDAY SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH. Friends may call at the funeral Home Sunday afternoon and evening. Rosary at 8 P.M. Sunday evening at the Larson Funeral Home. Burial in the Abingdon Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the Linda DeCrane memorial fund and left at the funeral- home. H. CLAY LEE H. CJ,ay Lee, 77, of 982 N. Prairie St., died Friday at 8:30 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. He had been with Gambles Stores 40 years and had served as manager of the Galesburg store until he retired in 1967. He was born June 9, 1895, at Vesta, Minn., and had lived in Galesburg since 1939. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Vesper Masonic Lodge and was a former member of the Kiwanis Club. He married Frances W. Phelps on Nov. 29, 1917, at Redstone, Mont. She survives with four daughters, Mrs. Larry J. Kennedy, Mrs. Robert J. Eyre and Mrs. Robert C. Stoerzbach, all of Gilesburg, and Mrs. Benjamin Sanders, Roanoke, Va.; a brother, William J., Medical Lake, Wain.; a sister, Mrs. Harry M. Johnson, Eugene, Ore.; 11 grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. Funeral will be Monday at 11 a .m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call Sunday, 74:30 p.m. Burial Wil\ be at Memorial Park Cemetery. 1 HAROLD G.TMRVEY Funeral for Harold G. Harvey, 59, of Lake Bracken, who died Wednesday, was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pear son-West Chapel by Dr. Kermit Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens: Pallbearers were Hugh White, Morrey Feck, Jack Gates, Bruce Faulkner, Bud Carlson and William McKillip. Honorary pall bearers were Harold Davis, N. C. Willison, Jimmy Mason, Dick Yemm, Phil Theobald, Walter Bruner and Homer Zumwalt. Masonic services were con ducted at the funeral, home Friday night by Jesse L. Goff as master and Lambert Peterson as secretary. DR. WILLIAM JOHNSON Funeral for Dr. William Johnson, 71, of Willow Creek Farms was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at First Lutheran Church by Rev. Ordell Peterson. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Dr. Johnson, founder Of the Galesburg Clinic, died Thursday at St. Mary's Hospital. Pallbearers were Dr. B. E. Malstrom, Dr. E. G. Behrents, Dr. R. E. Thompson Jr., Dr. F. P. Weyrens, Dr. G. W. Douglas and Dr. Gene E. Johnson. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. R. G. Hickerson Sr., Dr. M. D. Willcutts, Dr. W. T. Kamp, Dr. C. S, Wu, Dr. S. B. Upadhya and L. S. Doyle. HOLLAND C. WISE . KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Rolland C. "Bill" Wise, 66, of near Gilson who died Thursday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knox vil ,'|2. Mr. Wise was Knox County circuit clerk at the time of his death. Visitation will be this evening at the funeral home, where Masonic services will be conducted at 8 p.m. Burial will be at Haynes Cemetery in Orange Township; Memorials may be made to the D e L o n g Congregational Church, the family said. MRS. LYDIA YOUNGBERG MAQUON — Funeral for Mrs. Lydia (Bobbie) Youngberg, 69, of Maquon who died Friday at 7 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, will be Monday at 2:30 p.m. at Corman Memorial Home, Avon. She was born March 1, 1904, in Ellisville, and married Ed ward Youngberg in 1926 at Galesburg. He died March 6, 1973. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Edna Powell of Avon and three brothers, Don and Ray Mel,vin, both, of Ellisville, and Bill Melvin, Avon. Friends may call Sunday afternoon at Corman Memorial Home. Burial will be in Avon Cemetery. Student Killed ROCHELLE, 111. (UPI) Chiquita Mayes, 19, a student at Northern Illinois University, was killed today when the car in which she was riding went off a curve op Lindenwood Road in northeast Ogle County. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS FRtDAY'. Cari Ann Randall, 104 Walnut Ave. Mrs. Kathleen A. Shaw, 624 Brawn Ave. George J. Nelson, New Windsor Mrs. Elaine E. Ellison, Abingdon Walter R. Raes, Little York George W. Baumgardner, 17M Willard St. Mark A. Shipp, Henderson Mrs. Janice E. Jordan, Henderson Mrs Helen P. Ross, Bushnell Miss Rebecca R. Lewis, 1652 Bluebird Dr. Mrs. Mairmadean Clayton, Abingdon Mrs. Beverly Joan Evans, Fair view Mrs. Carol Sue Boyer, Rio Gary L. Denniston, 244 N. Broad St. ' Mrs. Zola C. Angelo, London Mills Elmer E. Burr, St. Augustine DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Earl Cooley, Knoxville John A. Tingleaf, Bushnell Mrs. Leslie K. Armentrout, Keithsburg Larry R. Crouse, Box 179 Mrs. Alma M. Hanley, Victoria Mrs. Jo A. Ziegler, Victoria Lyle V. Johnson, 1620 Russell Ave. Mrs. G. lone Westerfield, 925 Dayton Dr. Michael L. Dunn, 247 Lombard St. Kevin C. Akers, Avon Mrs. Cheryl J. Miller, 900 Day ton Dr. Mrs. Kathy L. Locke, Monmouth Mrs. Fannie M. Cato, 748 S Henderson St. Ralph. E. Pierce, Bardolph Richard D. Dawson, Knoxville Mrs. Sarah E. Forbes, Abingdon Paul W. Carlson Jr., 700 Pine St. Karl J. Hunt, Bishop Hill EPA Warm Water Unfit &jlegbufg Register-Mail, (Satissburg, 111. Saturday, May 12, 1973 11 -HinchlifF- |l -pearson FUNGAL PIKECTOKS 1070 WEST FREMONT STASH PHONE 3434101 mestinc 6AUSIUM MR. H. CLAY LEE - 982 N. Prairie St. Services 11 A.M. AS§nday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening from 7 to 8:30 at the chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. RAYMOND F. (RALPH) PHILLIPS - 483 E. Second. Graveside services 1:30 P.M. Monday, Henderson Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday evening from 7 to 9 at the chapel. MR. EDDIE H. ANTONS - 320 Belleview Ct. Services 10 A.M. Tuesday at First United Methodist Church. Friends may call Monday evening at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Committal services 3:30 P.M. Tuesday at St. Mary's Cemetery, Gilman, 111. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund or the American Cancer Society. St. Marv's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mrs. Frances D. Allien, Abingdon Mrs. Sandra I. Cramer, Knoxville David Hilman, 127"Division St. Mrs; Barbara L. Ingram, Abingdon Mrs. Doris L. McGill, 847 W/ North St. Mrs. Frances M. Moats, 2000 Baird Ave. Mrs. Kathryn L. Reese, Abingdon Mrs. Alice C. Sweborg, 1156 W. Losey St. [William L. Turner, Oneida DISMISSALS FRIDAY: AureJiio Mata, 147 W. Tompkins St. Paul Rickey, Seaton Mrs. Sylvia A. Sayrs, Knoxville [Mrs. Beverly Marquith, Knoxville Mrs. Nina J. Guerrea, 1700 N. West St. Mrs. Bonnie L. Stevens, Laura Mrs. Alma P. Breedlove, Knoxville Emil Beckstein, Galesburg State Research Hospital Miss Lisa A. Addis, Galesburg Route 2 Leonard A. Peterson, Oneida Wesley Burr, LaHarpe Mrs. Frances M. Moats, 2000 Baird Ave. Mrs. Hazel D. Munson, Monmouth Mrs. Laura H. Carroll, 56 E. Grove St. Miss Lona L. Lasbrook, Kewanee | James R. Leezer, Abingdon Rogers Paves Nixon Way In Latin Town WASHINGTON (UPI) Secretary of State William P Rogers flew to Mexico City today on a 17-day mission to Latin America which may pave the way for a visit by President Nixon later this year. Traveling by military plane, Rogers left Andrews Air Force (Base at 9:34 a.m. for Mexico City and Nicaragua, Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and Jamaica. One of the most important stops will be Buenos Aires, where Rogers will represent Nixon at the May 25 inauguration of Argentina's new president, Hector J. Campora. Latin American diplomats in Washington interpreted this as an attempt to extend an "olive branch" to a government representing its former antago- nistr-Juan Doming,o Peron Campora won the presidency by campaigning on behalf of Peron, an exile in Spain. ForDrinkin (Continued From Page 2) f significantly lowered unless the use of artificial fertilisers is reduced and "more vigorous" soil conservation practices ore applied in the 900 square mile drainage area of the reservoir. Costly extra steps would be required to remove nitrates at a water treatment facility. One purpose of the Oakley Reservoir, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project, would be to supply drinking water for Decatur. Lake Decatur, a more than 50-year-old reservoir, is failing to meet Decatur's needs and was described in the EPA report as "a marginal body of water, particularly with respect to nitrate concentrations." The EPA report did not mention it, but Macon County Pub lie Health Administrator Leo Michl noted in a letter last December to the Decatur newspaper that the infant death rate in the city has been higher than in neighboring communities. "Could this be due to nitrates in the Lake Decatur water supply?" he asked. * Plan Two Dams The Oakley plans call for construction of a dam on the Sangamon River at Lake Decatur plus a second dam on Friend's Creek, a tributary'that enters the Sangamon northeast of Decatur. The main dam would form a 22-mile-long lake to be known as Lake Springer after the former Illinois GOP congressman. In addition to drinking water, the reservoir would provide a new fishing, wildlife and recreational area. The plans also call for a 97- mile "green belt" along the Sangamon downstream from Decatur. The EPA report was also negative on this proposal, declaring that required channel changes might mean lower water quality standards in the "green belt" portion. The rejpbrt was prepared by a team of, investigators in the planning Section, division of water pollution control, of the state EPA., William Turner, 33, Oneida, was in critical condition today at noon in the intensive care unit at St. Mary's Hospital after his car, above, hit another auto in the back Friday shortly after 5 p.m., went out of control and crossed a ravine before crashing into a tree. State troopers said Turner's car hit One operated by Martha B. Secrist, 27, Williamsfield, as the secrist vehicle was driving Crash Injures Driver around a barricade on the road. The accident occurred on 111. 180 three miles north of Williamsfield. None of the five passengers in the Secrist vehicle were seriously injured, police said. Charges of reckless driving and illegal transportation of liquor are pending against Turner. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) Today's Record (Continued From Page 1) information then came to me which persuaded me that there was a real possibility that some of these charges were true and 1 suggesting further there bad been an effort to conceal the facts ..." Gray said the incident with Ehrjicnman occurred about 10 or 11 days after the Watergate break-in, according to the reports. Gray tried to set up an appointment with CIA director Richard M. Helms, they said, but it was canceled by Ehrlichman. . He reportedly wanted to talk to Helms about CIA involvement in the growing scandal. • , Gray resigned amid reports that he had burned White House documents described as "political dynamite." The Times and Daily News said Gray told the Senate investigators he burned the documents allegedly taken from a safe in Hunt's White House office at bis home in Connecticut about six months after they were given ^ to him by former White House counsel John Dean in Ehrlichman's office June 28. Previously, Gray has said publicly that he had the documents destroyed in his FBI office a few days after he got them. Hunt has said he forged the documents so they would appear to be State Department cables implicating President Kennedy in the 1963 assassination of South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem. Deadly Fleas SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) California's top health official, citing a youngster's death, has warned vacationers in the Sierra Nevada to beware of fleas which may carry Colorado tick fever. Dr. J. M. Stubblebine, director of the Department of Public Health, issued the warning Friday after tie death of a 10- year-old girl and two other cases of tick fever in northern California. He said the fever can be carried by fleas from rodents infected by the main carrier of the disease, wood ticks. READ THE WANT ADS! Traffic Court Willis W. West, Knoxville, was fined $150 Friday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for reckless driving. The charge was amended from driving while intoxicated. Sharcn M. Pinski, 33, 1777 Grand Ave., was fined $50 for driving with an expired license —more than six months. Fined, Friday for speeding were Peter D. Crawford, 29, Lane Avenue, $26; Randall D. Poison, 22, 1599 McKnight St., $11; Michael C. Link, 22, Abingdon, $14; Richard E. McGarry, 19, 102 Walnut St., $30; Steven A. Tenhaaf, 24, 861 Washington Ave., $14, and Robert G. Taylor, 19, 257 E. South St., $14. Patrick B.. Welle, 22, 457 S. Pearl St., and David J. Rogers, 18, Cambridge, were each fined $10 for speeding. Traffic signal violations resulted in $10 fines for Kevin C. Kilgore, 18, 542 S. Pearl St.; Danny R. Flynn, 22, 835 Wisconsin Ave,; Jon K. Perry, 30, Macomb, and James D. Rutledge, 16, 777 Olive St. Mark R. Godsil, 16, of near Galesburg, was fined $25 for a passing violation. Others fined $10 Friday were Steven E. Miller, 23, 147 Pennsylvania, Ave., parking violation; August S. Knickelbein, 19, 553 S. West St., no protective eyeglasses when riding a motorcycle; Arthur C. Briggs, 46, 1961 Washington St., safety test violation; Robert A. Hanson, 48, 107 Pennsylvania Ave., failing to yield the right of way; Arthur L. Abrahamson, 79, 470 E. Third St., passing a stopped school bus, and David J. Shape, 22, 1131 Huber Ave., failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Having no valid wheel tax stickers resulted in $5 fines for Brian W. Lewis, 17, 260 W. First St.; David A. DeCrane, 21, 530 Clark St., and Anthony K. Morrissey, 17, 59 Huston St. Dan Higgins, 950 Olive St., and Maral Johnson, 590 Burgland Ave., were each fined $5 for overtime parking. HENDERSON COUNTY -, Rickie A. Wilson, 20, Monmouth,' was fined $10 each this week in Traffic Court for a passing violation and failing to notify police of an accident. | Fined for speeding were David Humphrey, 33, St. David, $11, and Bud H. Steele, 38, Monmouth, $10: Terry L. Alien, 18, Monmouth, and HarryiA. Lambert, 25, Galva, were each fined $10 for driving too fast for conditions. Others fined $10 this week in Traffic Court were Billy L. Williams, 16, Stroiigburst, muffler violation; Richard L. Sartorius, 22, LaHarpe, violation of license clasisifiCation; Richard Mackie, 23, Burlington, passing violation, and Oletus A. Shafer, Stronghurst, stop signal violation. MQNMOUTH - Fined $10 each Friday in Warren County Traffic Court were Donald F. Tatman, 35, 1245 E. Broadway' improper use of registration, and Adrian J. Delfs, 44, Grant, Iowa, not displaying a valid reciprocity plate. Traffic Accidents LaVada L. Lee, 36, 969 S. Cedar St., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after her car struck the back on one driven by Angela K. Voorhees, 21, Gilson, today at 2 a.m. at the corner of Academy and Brooks streets. There were no serious injuries. MONMOUTH — Cars driven by Robert D. Rose, 28,'715 E. First Ave., and Rodney D. Myers, 18, 417 N. First St., collided Friday at 4:01 p.m. in the 1000 blpck of East Broadway. Rose was driving north on Broadway and attempting to make a left turn to North Ninth Street. Myers was driving west. Rose was charged with failure to yield. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. James C. Shaw Jr., 624 Brown Ave., a girl at 9:22 a.m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Boyer, Rio, a boy at 12:39 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfgang Christ, T 71.NownA 717 N. Town Ave., Princevilje, twins, a girl at 3:48.a.m., a boy at 3:52 a.m. today. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY — Mrs. Peggy D. (Likes) Howard, 23, and Robert D. Anderson, 26, both of ! Dnhinda. HENDERSON COUNTY — Darlene Evelyn Moore, Monmouth, and Harvey Lyle Henry, Raritan. Deanne Lois Long and David Lacy Loving, both of Mount Union, Iowa. Billie Ann Ashley and Larry Eugene Ashley, both of Burlington. Circuit Court Patrick Hunt, 23, Pekin, pleaded not guilty Friday in Knox County Circuit Court to armed robbery, theft and burglary. His case was continued. Hunt was charged with another Pekin man for the robbery Feb. 9 of Wilkins Gun Shop, 848 E. Main St., in which guns and cash were taken. He was also accused of breaking into; Gibson Products, 169 N. Broad St., Jan. 31,' and taking a quantity of guns. Donald E. Rollins, no age or address listed, pleaded not. guilty Friday to burglary stemming from an alleged break-in May 2 of a rural' Knox County residence. He was reportedly detained near the scene by one of the owners of the property. Arrests Galesburg police arrested [Richard M. Barton, 23, 906 McClure' St., today about 1:30 a.m. for driving while intoxicated and having no valid registration. Barton was taken into custody after his car was stopped near the corner of Monmouth Boulevard and Harding Street. MONMOUTH - Herman C. Arvik, 29, Macomb, was charged (Friday at 6:36 p.m. with driving while intoxicated. John R. Hart, 32, Kirkwood, was charged Friday at 9:50 p.m. with disorderly conduct and battery. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Betty L. Jones against Herman Robert Jones. Divorces Granted HENDERSON COUNTY - A divorce was granted this week in circuit court to Diane K. Moore from Randall R. Moore Sr. on grounds of mental cruelty. Married Dec. 30, 1968, the couple had two children. Custody was granted to the mother. MONMOUTH - Sandra Kay Vellenga was granted a divorce Friday in Warren County Circuit Court from John R. Vellenga on grounds of mental cruelty. Custody of five minor children was awarded to the mother. The Vellengas were married Sept. 12, 1958. Judith L. Kelley was given a divorce from Michael E. Kelley on charges of mental cruelty. The mother was awarded custody of two minor children. The Kelleys were married June 10,. 1970. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to the 200 block of Blaine Avenue Friday shortly after 9 p.m. to extinguish a car fire. Damage was light, firefighters said. Nixon Seeks $94.6 Million For Disaster WASHINGTON (UPI) President Nixon has asked Congress to approve $94.6 million for the remainder of the fiscal year to help support disaster relief efforts in areas hit by major flooding. The additional funds, which the President said would not increase the overall budget total because they are covered by allowances for contingencies, were part of a proposed $108.7 million supplemental appropriation bill. The request came as Nixon declared Kentucky, Tennessee and New Mexico majQr disaster areas as a result of heavy storms and floods which struck parts of the three states earlier this spring. The declarations permit the use of federal funds to help clear debris and repair damage j resulting from the storms. The giraffe has no vocal jcords.

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