Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 16, 1973 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 16, 1973
Page 11
Start Free Trial

Gofesburg Register-Moll, Golesburg, III, Wednesday, Moy 16, 1973 Tt AND FUNERALS THOMAS V. LMWMORE LONDON AtKAMNttttvas V. Larimor*, 71, London Mills, died Tuasdiy at 2:90 p.m. at Saunders Hoipifed, Avon. He was born March 18, 1902, in Tazewell County. After the death of his lint wile, he married Nwvia Engfte on March 18, mi, ait Peoria. Hie spent most of his liite in Tazewell County, find was employed CMS a shop steward by Oaiberpillar Tractor Co. He moved to London Mils when hie retired in 1967. Surviving with tore widow are two sons, Ibomas and Darrell, both of Peoria; Kthroc daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Peterson, Greenville; Mrs. Peggy Rake- staiaiw, East Peoria, and Mrs. Joan Juerjens, Peoria; 25 ^randdmldren end two greaib- grandohikiPen, end a stepson, Norbort Smith, London Mills. Funeral wMl be Thursday att 2 p.m. at London Mills United Methodist Church. Burial wMl be at Abingdon Cemetery. Visitation will be .today 'from 7-9 p.m. ait Gorman Memorial •Home, London Mills. West (Shapel. Dr. Robert S. White, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial wis at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Don Light, Don Coakley, Bill Coffey, Norman Groff, Kenneth Kisner and Danny Agans. MRS. EBBA ANDERSON GALVA — Funeral for Mrs Ebba Anderson, 81, of Galva who died last Friday, was Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church, Galva, with Rev. Harold L. Carlson, pastor, officiating. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Hal, Richard, Roger, Loren, Grant and Curtis Appell and Kenneth Powell. MRS. RHEA SHARITZ GALVA — Funeral for Mrs. Rhea Sharitz, 77, Galva, who died last Saturday, was Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. Kenneth Starns, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiated. ; Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Raima- son Smith, J. Ed Matson, Joe Collinson, Irving Anderson, Elwyn Robinson and Mark Copeland. LUCIUS FRAKES Funeral for Lucius A. (Jake) Frakes, 59, of 118 W. First St., who died Monday, was today at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- Whatevtr th» [Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON 128 N. BROAD 3424121 LOUIS R. FORSYTHE Louis R. (Governor) Forsythe, 69, of 426 N. Cedar St., died Tuesday at 5:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He was bom Feb. 26, 1904, ,it New York, N.Y. He was a commercial artist. Graveside services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday after 9 a.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. dlesworth, Carl Neal, Robert Boughner, Roger Carley and Dean Kisler. MRS. MATTHEW O'DONNELL Funeral for Mrs. Matthew O'Donnell, 84, of 106 Walnut St. who died Sunday, was today at 10:30 a.m. at St. Augustine Catholic Church, with Rev.- Michael Arms, pastor, officiating. Burial was at St. Augustine Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gene and Jerry Bent, Bert Mackey, Donald and Dennis O'Donnell and Raymond Karns CARL L. GRANAT Graveside services for Carl L. Gr-anat, 78, of 1337 E. North St. who died Monday, were today at 3 p.m. at East Linwood Cemetery. Rev. Ordell Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church, officiated. MRS. JENNIE MANN Mrs. Jennie Mann, 90, died at 8:15 a.m. today at her home, 614 E. Berrien St. She was born in Galesburg Nov. 19, 1882. She married Charles Artz on Sept. 3, 1903. Her second marriage was June 6, 1931, in Galesburg to George W. Mann, who died June 1,1960. She is survived by a son, L. Charles Artz of Galesburg. Mrs. Mann was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Fnueral will be Friday at 3 p.m. at Hirtchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, and burial will be at Hope Cemetery. There will be no visitation. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Max J. Dufva 2524 Orchard St. Blue Island, 111. Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. — THURSDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call this evening. Interment in Memorial Park Cemetery. Louis R. "Governor" Forsythe 426 N. Cedar St., Galesburg Graveside Services: 10 A.M. - FRIDAY At KNOXVILLE CEMETERY. Friends may call at the Funeral Home after 9 A.M. Friday. MAX J. DUFVA BLUE ISLAND - Max J. Dufva, 61, Blue Island, died Sunday while on vacation at Havward, Wis. He was born Jan. 27, 1912, at Pierce, Colo. He married Helen Rabenau on June 12, 1946, at Cicero. She survives. He served in the Army during World War II. He was a brakeman for the Rock Island Railroad and was a member of the United Transportation Union. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Oalesburp. Visitation will be this evening at the funeral home. Secret Campaign Donation Charge Against Broker NEW YORK (UPI) - A prominent Wall Street broker today was accused of making a [secret $48,000 contribution to the presidential campaign of Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. A criminal information filed in Manhattan federal charged that John L. Locb, 70, a senior partner in the brokerage firm of Locb, Rhoades & Co. violated the federal election campaign act of 1972. The criminal information alleges that Locb made the undisclosed contribution to Humphrey's campaign fund on May 12, 1972. The act requiring disclosure of all campaign contributions went into effect the previous month. The information states that Loeb caused a number of his employes to write 15 checks drawn on their personal checking accounts, totaling $48,000 and made- payable to 12 Humphrey committees. Loeb, it was alleged, delivered the checks personally to the committees on May 12, 1972. Loeb is scheduled for arraignment on May 29. If convicted he faces a maximum one year in prison and $1,000 fine on each of the eight counts in the criminal information. Nixon(Continued From Page 1) ARTHUR CARLEY Funeral for Arthur C. Carley, of 804 E. Third St. who died Sunday, was today at 1:30 o.m. at HinChliff - Pearson - West Chanel. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman officiated. Burial was at East Linwood Cemeterv. Pallbearers were Everett Carnes, Roy Van Mid- Mausoleums and Monuments McFALl MONUMENTS •r 1801 W. Main St Galesburg, 111. Phone 342-1511 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET •NONE 343-2101 GALESBUR8 MR. LEO H. (PAT) PATTERSON - 739 E. South St. Services 10 A.M. Thursday at Hinchliff - Pearson West Chapel. Friends may call this evening ait the chapel. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. MRS. MARION E. GRIGGS - 337 N. Henderson St. Services 1:30 P.M. Thursday at Hinchliff - Pearson-West 'Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Rosary will be recited at 8 P.M. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. —o— MRS. JENNIE MANN - 614 E. Berrien St. Services 3 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Hope Cemetery. conducted what Nixon had described as a "complete investigation" of the case. Symington said testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee indicated ex-presideptial aides H.R. Hal deman, John D. Ehrlichman and John W. Dean were involved in "an attempt to unload major responsibility for the Watergate bugging and cover-up on the CIA." Obstructed Justice The three, he said, "were doing everything in the world to obstruct justice." Both Haldeman and Ehrlichman have denied any wrongdoing. And Dean, who will testify in public hearings under immunity from prosecution, told an interviewer the scandal "won't hurt my hide." Symington, repeating the closed testimony given to his committee Monday by CIA Deputy Director Vernon Walters, said Haldeman and Ehrlichman tried to get the CIA to block an investigation by the FBI after the June 17 bugging and break-in at the Watergate headquarters of the Democratic National Committee. Dean, he said, tried to get the CIA to pay salaries or provide bail for the seven men who were arrested and later tried in the case. But he said the CIA eventually refused to comply with the top-level White House requests. The first deliberate bunt was layed down by baseball player Dickey Pearce of the Brooklyn Atlantics in 1866. $gr THE W FINEST IN \, } , FLORAL } Q I TRIBUTES?; .. * ! Don's | ) Flower Shop Q 56 FULTON 343-3174 GORMAN ARMORIAL HOME Koseville - Avon London Mills Mr. Thomas V. Larimore London Mills Services: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY LONDON MILLS METHODIST CHURCH. Visitation this evening 7 to 9 Corman Memorial Home. London Mills. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. "He won't listen during the game, but I'm saving up for a 10-eommeroial argument!" HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Marian E. Griggs, > 337 N. Henderson St. Roy L. Campbell, 243 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Janet S. Carr, 750 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Lynn A. McLaren, 918 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Hattie I. Kelso, Oneida Cecil F. Brock, St. Augustine Mrs. Jo-Del Damron, 1783 Willard St. Mrs. Shefry L. Knapp, Bushnell Mrs. Helen E. Teel, 410 Burgland Ave. Thomas W. Candor, Aledo Mrs. Alma R. -Sornberger, Touton Clayton T. Hurlbutt, Williamsfield Barbara A. Baker, 183 Cedar Ave. Mrs. Edythe M. Wynkoop, Sherrard Clyde H. Strange, Oneida Donald L. Barnes, Kewanee D. Terry Hinkle, 185 Duffield Ave. Mrs, Dolores E. Bowles, 1211 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Lawana F. Cokel, 1055 W. North St. Mrs. Ina R. Billups, 1380 Morton Ave. Richard M. DeWitt, 208 N. Elm St. Otis O. Burge, Knoxville DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Rosemary Chapman, 1211 Parkview Rd. Troy R. Carr, 589 S. Pearl St. Mrs. LaVeta Marquith, LaHarpe Mrs. Martha S. Strom, 969 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Doris A. Schisler, Abingdon . Rebecca R. Lewis, 1652 Bluebird Dr. Brenda L. Mummey, Knoxville Billy(Continued From Page 6) them down, watching many of the parts fall to Jim Brown and other black actors. Williams say he is not interested in immediate wealth, a burst of stardom and then the long slow fade. He plans to be around a long time. "Very special care is being taken with me," he said, grinning. "I want to become a major motion picture star. That's why I'm not doing any television at all now —haven't been for a long time. And I'm also refusing to make quick- buck motion pictures. "Since 'Brian's Song' it's fair to say I've turned down $4 million in television and movie deals. "I spent most of my life being a desperate actor. Now things are different. I'm willing to take my time and look for the right properties. Fortunately I can lay back and wait." Williams is fortunate, too, that Berry Gordy and Motown Records are guiding his career. Gordy has the brains and contacts and his Motown organization has the money to keep Williams headed in the right direction. Williams lives in the Hollywood Hills with his second wife and month-old daughter. It is light years away from his early life in New York City. "I've been working and struggling a long time," he said. "It's easy to jump at any offer which pays a lot of money. It takes time and guidance to accept the right roles. I've got both." Mrs. Lena M. Faulkner, 1357 E. North St. Mrs. Kathleen A. Shaw, 624 Brown Ave. Omer A. Martinson, 2531 Grand Ave. Mrs. Zola C. Angelo, London Mi'Js Mrs. Cecilia Harrison, Alexis Mrs. Janet G. Wright, 887 Harrison St. Mrs. Maude Gregg, 1437 E. North St. Mrs. Blanche W. Scott, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Lola I. Mannhardt, Knoxville Robert H. Welch, 1500 Morton Ave. Mrs. Editha L. Huddleson, . Smithficld Vern F. Haffner, Bushnell Mrs. Helen L. Johnson, Biggsvilte St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Todd R. Foes, Mineral Mrs. Jessie M. Foster, Yates City Mrs. Hazel Harshbarger, 956 N. Broad St. Miss Lisa Ann Ingle, Gilson Clarence W. Johnson, 921 Lincoln St. Mrs. Doris A. Liggett, New Windsor Woodrow Phillips, Macomb Erling C. Ringlien, 1481 N. Academy St. Miss Ruth Ann Rosenberry, Abingdon Harvey Z. Scriven, Moon Towers Christopher Shaw, Summum William E. Sherman, Quincy Ronald Sholl Jr., 158 E. North St. Miss Cheryl L. Smith, Toulon Mrs. Linda M. Thomas, 713 W. South St. Dale K. Welch, Abingdon DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Grace E. Larson, Altona James H. Garrison, 224 Silver St. Judse Mathews, 687 E. Knox St. Oscar P. Cartce, Moon Towers Mrs. Helen Y. Behlke, 941 Willard St. Fred L. Basley, 560 Iowa Ave. Edward L. Cooley, 1041 Lancaster St. Mrs. Mildred Duden, 980 W. Losey St. Tom M. Cooke Jr., 249 S. West St. Robert C. Tavlor, 257 E. South St. Mrs. Rubv M. Swanson, 776 S. Seminary St. Today s Record Mine Employes Discuss Walkout SESSER, 111. (UPI) - Mem- jbers of Local 9111, United Mine Workers of America, scheduled an afternoon meeting today to discuss a walkout at the Freeman Coal Company's Orient 3 mine at Waltonville, Stanley Meadows, local union recording secretary, said the dispute involved layoff procedures affecting men doing construction work at the mine. Divorces Granted Ten divorces have been granted in Knox County Circut Court On grounds of mental cruelty. Judith Tenneson was granted a divorce from Ricky Tenneson. Married at Galesburg on Aug. 10, 1968, the couple had two children. Custody was given to the mother, and child support of $25 a week was ordered. Mary E. Anno was granted a divorce from Kenneth F. Anno. Married at Ridgeland, S. C, March 4,1970, they had no children. She was given permission to resume her maiden name, Mary Ellen Murrow, and alimony of $45 a week until June 11, 1973, was ordered. Marvin Bilderback was granted a divorce from Xochitl Bilderback. Married at El Paso, Tex., Nov. 27, 1972, the couple had no children. She was given permission to resume her maiden name, Xochital Sandoval. Becky Sue Godsil was granted a divorce from Donald L. Godsil. They were married in Galesburg on May 20, 1965. Custody of their three children was given to the mother, and child support of $30 a week was ordered. , Sandra K. Folger was granted a divorce from Donald Duane Folger. Married at Galesburg Dec. 26, 1964, they had one child. Custody was given to the mother. Alimony of $40 a week through Aug. 6, 1973, and child support of $50 a week was ordered. Virgil R. Richmond was granted a divorce from Barbara Ann Richmond. They were married here Dec. 30, 1950. They had four children, three of whom are minors. Custody of the minor children was given to the mother, and child support of $130 a month was ordered. Linda Kay Wallace was granted a divorce from Ronald G. Wallace. Married at Waynesville, Mo., May 25, 1964, they had five children. Custody of the children was given to the Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Miss Debra S. Bloomer, 19, Maquon, and Ronald L. Root, 22, Fairview. TOULON — Marriage licenses have been issued by the Stark County clerk to Kenneth L. Witte and Philiss J. Allison, both of Toulon, and to Jonathan Daltha Harwood, Princeville, and Cheryl Emma Collinson, Wyoming. Traffic Accidents Mary E. Smith, 25, 1782 Willard St., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after her car struck one owned by Catherine M. Chapin, 26, 559 N. Chambers St., Tuesday at 8:45 a.m. in front of the Chapin residence. A ticket for improper backing was issued to Kenneth C. Olson, 47, of near Galesburg after he backed his pickup into a car driven by Jan M, Coleman, 18, 1026 W. Berrien St. The mishap occurred in the 800 block of West Brooks Street at 10:15 a.m. No injuries resulted from either accident, police said. MONMOUTH - Miss Janice D. Huston, 20, Roseville, received minor injuries Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. when the motorcycle on which she was a passenger struck and killed a hog on 111'. 116 about %-mile west ol the Smithshire blacktop. Miss Huston was taken fc> Community Memorial Hospital for treatment. Driver of the motorcycle, Charles E. Paull, 23, Roseville, was westbound and had just crested a hill when he came upon a herd of hogs on the toad. State police said the animals belonged to Mrs. Bessie Icenogle. A car driven by Walter L. Meade, 46, Bettendorf, Iowa, was struck Tuesday at 6:10 p.m. by a truck driven by Chris E. u «r wiuuiBii sivcn «•« "«=ij aS person, 30 Wilton Junction, mother, and child support of lowa The drivers were n3rth _ $85 a week was ordered. bound in the m Wock o{ South Bonnie Jean Hoebing was Main gtr2et and Jasperson was gTan ^tm^°uL^ 5S attempting to drive into the left mond JWfcfo. Hoebing. They ilane ^ ^ Meade car when his truck scraped the car's rear fender. John E. Johnson, 45, 207 W. Fourth Ave., was charged Tuesday with failure to report an accident. Johnson was reportedly driving south in the 400 block of S. A Street Monday at 11:55 p.m. when his car struck the parked car of Russell D. White, 27, 416 S. A St. were married at Quincy on Oct 28, 1950. They had three children, one of whom is still a minor. Custody of that child was given to the mother, and child support of $35 a week was ordered. Kathleen M. Bellamy was granted a divorce from Jack E. Bellamy. Married at Galesburg on July 10, 1971, they had one child. Custody of the child was given to the mother, and child support of $20 a week was ordered. Lorma J. Logsdon was granted a divorce from David R. Traffic Court Claude V. Whiteside, 52, 639 Logsdon. Married at East IE. Kmux St., was fined $300 Galesburg on Dec. 31, 1971, they had three children. Custody of the children was given to the mother, and child support of $10 a week for each child was ordered. MONMOUTH - Leila W. Shughart was granted a divorce Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court from Glenn E. Shughart on grounds of mental cruelty. The couple was married Nov. 26,1964, in Warren County. Thefts MONMOUTH - Dr. J. W. Marshall, 318 E. Boston Ave., reported to police Tuesday at 11:35 a.m. that a lawnmower had been stolen from his garage sometime Saturday between 910 p.m. He listed the value ot the mower at $115. Circuit Court TOULON — Harvey M. Jackson, Toulon, was fined $15 last week in Stark County Circuit Court for a dog leash law violation. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Knapp, 554 Dean St., Bushnell, a boy Tuesday at 5:58 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Damron, 1783 Willard St., a girl Tuesday at 11:22 p.m. Tuesday in • Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for reckless driving, amended from driving while intoxicated. Fined Tuesday for speeding were James M. Moore, 26, 1353 N. Kellogg St., $19; Edward D. Mower, 18, 216 N. Seminary St., $11; EHtoSt Stiackhouse, 81, 307 E. First St., $14; Thomas S. Filter, 40, 140 Arnold St., $17; Miaoy A. Baumgardner, 18, Altona, $11, and Vickie S. Moore, 18,1000 Lancaster Dr., $12. Fined $10 lor speeding were James A. Walck, 18, 1874 Robertson Ave.; Cruz Jose Lopez, 42, San Daba, Texas; Paul W. Becker, 19, of near Galesburg; Rosemary Isreal, 56, Alexis, and Ralph E. Anderson, 22, 111 Kinnet Dr. Failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident resulted in $10 fines for Larry L. Barnes, 21, Altona; Susan K. Stevens, 29, 360 S. Wmfcesboro St.; Linda L. Long, 30, of near Galesburg, and Lavada L. Lee, 36, 969 S. Cedar St. Safety test violations resulted in $10 'fines for Roger D. Kilpatrick, 27, 1379 S. Henderson St., and Lawrence T. Shepard, 36, Dahinda. Others 'fined $10 Tuesday were Max D. Jarvis, 17, 259 Illinois Ave., excessive acceleration; Anna Sward, 73, Math- erviUe, driving top fast for conditions; Richard A. Bredael, 68, 1050 S. Seminary St., failing to report striking an unattended vehicle; Timothy J. Godftil, 18, 817 E. Brooks St., not Wearing goggles or glasses when riding a motorcycle; Kathleen A. Grieme, 28, 1033 N. West St., 'failing to yield the right of way, 'amid Alvin C. White, 61, 1078 N. Broad Sit., toaflfic signal violation. Fined $5 were Dale L. West, 17, 74 S. West St., wheel tax sticker violation, and Mary Morris, 130 W. Simmons St., overtime parking. MONMOUTH - Fines of $20 were levied Monday in Warren County Traffic Court against Lester E. Inman, 37, of near Monmouth, parking where prohibited; Noah Strange, 28, Compton, Calif., speeding and Walter E. Griswold, 31, Sterling, speeding. Dale H. Krusc, 56, Davenport, Iowa, was fined $12 for speeds- Fined $10 each were Melvin R. Conlon, 26, 912 Frank St., Galesburg, improper backing; Fred H. Wilson, 45, Kirkwood, no brakes; Edell A. Martin, 43, Danville, driving too fast for conditions, and Thomas E. Williams, 20, Cokel's Trailer Court, unsafe tires. Fines of $25 were levied Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court against Donald G. Kisner, 23, Milan, illegal transportation of liquor, and James W. Johnson, 18, Abingdon, hunting out of season. Fined $10 each for fishing without permission were John M. Sloan, 21, Avon; James R. Clarke, 32, and Robert D. Scott, 26, both of Galesburg. Other $10 fines assessed included Mrs. Elsie A. Abbadusky, 56, 323 S. Sunny Lane, illegal turn; Mrs. Vcrna M. Manlove, 60, Monmouth, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Karl V. Kenney, 21, Alexis, violation of license classification and $10 for rto valid registration; Jay C. Cassiday, 22, Smithshire, speeding and $10 for improper passing; Gary A. Needham, 18, Monmouth, excessive noise; Richard F. Gillen, 16, Monmouth, speeding, and Veronica Martinez, 13, 1121 S. 9V 2 St., speeding. TOULON - Richard L. Chance, Joliet, was fined $15 last week in Traffic Division of Stark County Circuit Court for a traffic signal violation. MCDONOUGH COUNTY Fines were paid last week in Traffic Division of McDonough County Circuit Court by Charles A. Benham, 61, Marietta, $10, failure to yield at an intersection; William M. Smith, 25, Industry, $13; Carol E. Kennedy, 57, of near Mariretta, $11, and Clair Lovell, 36, 286 S. Spe'rry St., Bushnell, $14, all for speeding; Stephen E. Friday, 20, Adair, Denny M. Thomas, 17, 505 W. Barnes St., Bushnell, and David A. Baker, 24, Good Hope, $10 each, careless driving Others paying fines were James K. Swanson, 17, Good Hope, $10, failure to yield the right-of-way at a stop intersection; George L. Ford, 70, Industry, $10, disobeying a stop sign; Jeffrey L. Adams, Blandinsville, $10, improper parking on road, and Merlin G. Worthington, 17, Marietta, $10, driving too fast for conditions. Seven Soldiers Killed in Copter Crash 3.5 miles from Godman Field. FT. KNOX, Ky. (UPI) - called out initially when Seven soldiers were killed late helicopter failed to return to All aboard were dead. Tuesday night or early today Godman Field here, the post A PIO spokesman said the when a helicopter evaluating a air field, as scheduled by 12:35 crash site was in a hilly area newly developed night vision a.m. among tall cedar trees, device crashed two miles north As dawn broke, 26 helicopters A Jefferson County police of Muldraugh, Ky had joined ^ h d helicopter from nearby Louis- The names ot the seven crash J , ville assisted in the search, victims were withheld by the troo P s of the 194th A >™ored; The copter was attached to Army pending notification of Brigade had begun a ground the 7th Squadron of the First i next-of-kin. sweep. Air Cavalry Division. The base Public Information j The wreckage of the helicopt-: Ft. Knox is 35 miles Office said 80 searchers wereler was found at 8:20 a.m. only!southwest of Louisville, Ky. Arrests Galesburg police arrested Kenneth W. Gustin, 50, Hastings, Iowa, for disorderly conduct Tuesday about 11:15 p.m. after Gustin was discovered sleeping at the Burlington Northern Railroad depot. Edward C. Stafford, 50, 334 W. North St., was charged with illegal possession of liquor in a public park after he was taken into custodv Tuesday about 6:20 p.m. near the baseball diamond at Lake Storey. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Ellamae Showalter against John E. Showalter; Elizabeth M a r c y against John S. Marcy; Beverly Tracy against Lucky Dale Tracy and Mary Lou Tinkham against Donald Dale Tinkham. Louisiana's annual production of petroleum totals about 774.5 million barrels. More Security With FALSE TEETH While Eating, Talking Afraid false teeth will drop at th» wrong time'.' A denture adhesive can help. FASTEETH* Powder give» denture* a longer, firmer, steadier hold. Why be embarrassed? For mor* security and comfort, use FAS- TEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. £ee your deatist regular]/*

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 7,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free