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GaksbCiffl..RtQisttffMQfl, Golifburg, III, Saturday, May 19, 1973 11 AND FUNERALS RlCHAftDB. DAVIS (Story oti Page 5) nirali n r - > Paul G. Bell, Publisher, h Dead at 64 STRONGHURST - Paul G. Bell, 64, of Stronghurst was dead on arrival Friday night at Bur* lington Hospital. He was editor and publisher of the Henderson County Graphic Reporter and the LaHarpe Quill. Mr. Bell was born July 25, 1908, at Stronghurst, where he married Belva" Brewer on April 3, 1937. She survives with three sons, Charles of Stronghurst, Gary of Galesburg and David of Oquawka; a daughter, Mrs. Steve Anderson, Stronghurst, and 10 grandchildren. Mr. Bell was a member of the Stronghurst Booster Club and the Illinois Press Assn., and was an elder of Stronghurst United Presbyterian Church Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Stronghurst United Presbyterian Church, with Dr John C. Castle, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Stronghurst Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 7-8 p.m. at the Fiedler Funeral Home, Stronghurst. Memorials may be made to the Henderson County Ambulance Fund, the family said. Forest Oakes Dead at 100; Rites Are Set LAURA — Forerst M. Oakes, 100, of near Laura, died Friday at the Americana Nursing Center, Peoria, after a long illness. He was born Sept. 29, 1872, in Millbrook Township, Peoria County, and married Blanche Purseiron Sept. 9, 1903. She died Sept. 1, 1949. Surviving are two sons, Loren P. of Los Angeles and Harold F. of Canoga Park, Calif.; a brother, Hubert L. Oakes of near Elmwood; three sisters, Miss Robah S. Oakes of Laura, Miss Anna M. Oakes of Bloomington and Mrs. Ella Kellogg of near Elmwood, and three grandchildren. Mr. Oakes was employed by the U.S. Army transportation department, and served in the occupation of Cuba after the Spanish-American War. He was promoted to master of transportation while serviing in, Cuba. In 1912, he traveled west — the last part of the route by stagecoach — to Rogerson, Idaho, where he operated a general store. He moved to Omaha in 1916, where he was in the sheep fattening business until 1920, when he returned to farming near Laura. He was a member of Elmwood Presbyterian Church and later attended the Laura United Methodist Church. He was a member Of the Elmwood Mason' ic Lodge. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Laura United Meth* odist Church, with Rev. Herbert Thompson officiating. Burial will be at French Grove Ceme tery. There will be no visitation Patterson Funeral Home, Elmwood, is in charge of arrangements. FRANK HAMMOND BUSHNELL - Frank (Luther) Hammond, 65, of Bushnell died Friday at 5:15 a.m. at the Abingdon Nursing Home. Mr. Hammond was born June 27, 1907, in Fulton County. He was a laborer. Survivors include a son, Richard, Chicago; two daughters, Mrs. Delores Nelson and Mrs. Darlene Bradford, both of Des Moines; seven grandchildren; two brothers, Sid of Littleton and Charles of Plymouth, and four sisters, Mrs. Frances Miller, Granger, Mo., Mrs. Anna Parker, Roseville, Mrs. Lula Mae Ruark, Milan, and Mrs. Bernice Yocum, Plymouth. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Martin-Holljs Funeral Home, Bushnell. Rev. Charles Smith, intern at Bushnell United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Bushnell Ceme tery. Friends may call Sunday afternoon at the funeral home Lutheran Church, woodhull. Surviving are two sons, Marvin of Orion and Glen of Woodhull; two daughters, Mrs. Violet Wadham, Gllson, and Mrs. Laban Wright, Winter Haven, Fla., 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Peterson-Wallin- Knox Funeral Home, Woodhull. Burial will be at Woodhull Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday after 6 p .m. at the funeral home. HOMER H. ALLEN Funeral for Homer H. Allen, 67, of 1608 Morton Ave., who died Thursday, was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. Henry Stamm. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers, all nephews, were Lawrence Hayes, Larry Barkley, Raymond Pine Jr., James Forshee, William Friedrich and James Arie. JOHN A. SANDSTROM ROSEVILLE - John A. Sandstrom, 83, a former Roseville resident, died Friday at 11:05 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born Jan. 17, 1890, in Henderson County, where he was reared and educated. He married Mae Pilkington on Aug. 20, 1913, at Carthage. They farmed in the Biggsville area until her death in 1928, and he later farmed in the Roseville community He was a member of First Lutheran Church Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Glen (Rosalie) Johnson, Okemos, Mich.; two grandchi! dren; two great grandchildren; a sister, Miss Anna Hamburg, Okemos, Mich., and two broth ers, Walter Sandstrom and Rgy mond Hamburg, both of Monmouth. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Hoover Memorial Cha- HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS rWDAY: Floyd I, Rlner, i»45 Brown Ave. Harry L. Polite, 1301 W. Main St. Mrs. Mary C. Dupoy, 520 N. Chambers St. Clifford M. Simpson, Alexis Homer D. Goodman, 82 Lake St. Earl J. Hunt, Bishop Hill Mrs. Bertha M. Springer, 280 E. Losey St. Mrs. Kathie L. Sprinkle, 105 Blaine Ave. Mrs. Linda L. Morrow, Hotel Custer Mrs. Vicki J. Taylor, Monmouth Billy L. Simpson II, Abingdon Mark J. Pitman, Rio DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Douglas B. VanDusen, 2120 Grand Ave. Charles S. Carlson, Taylor Ridge D. Terry Hinkle, 185 Duffield Ave. Dale L. Swigart, Knoxville Julie J. Corcoran, Oneida Charlotte H. Payton, 600 W. South St. Cecil F. Brock, St. Augustine Mrs. Anita R. Lough, Keithsburg Mrs. Connie J. Volkmar, Roseville Mrs. Barbara A. Sodac, 46 E. Dayton St. Mrs. Alma R. Sornberger, Toulon Robert W. Smith, Kirkwood Richard M. Dewitt, 208 N. Elm St. Mrs. Brenda G. Parrick, New Windsor Mrs. Maxine E. Stanton, Monmouth ^ii'ii i I ••iirAilii ! 1 'Ti aa ^ l * fc aTT3irTfiSEii .! iii:!i|l||i | ! | i? l 1 |3l i »!l!llS l % it; § •>: «" Mrs. Louise Giglotto, right, a member of one of two C#lins- ville families whose homes were invaded mistakenly by federal agents in search of drugs April 23, shows letters of sympathy she has received to Sens. Charles Percy, R-Ill., left, Examines Letters and Sam Nunn, D -Ga., center, who were conducting a Senate subcommittee hearing into the matter Friday in Chicago. UNIFAX Today's Record pel. Rev. Gerald Youngquist, pastor of First Lutheran Church, | Mrs Thelma A Aberso id, will officiate. Bunal will be at Carthage Cemetery. The family will be at the Hoover chapel Sunday from 7-8:30 p.m.; friends 549 N. Seminary St. St. Marv's MRS. WILBUR T. MOORE MONMOUTH - Funeral for Mrs. Wilbur T. Moore, 91, of near Monmouth, who died Wednesday, was Friday at 2 p.m. at- the Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. R. P. Liston, pastor of Sugar Tree Grove United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Burial was at Little York Cemetery. Pallbearers were WiV lard Seldon, Owen and Dean Frantz, David Moore, Robert Garth and Fred Hall. CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville • Avon London Mills Carl M. Dallafeld Ellisville Services: 2 P.M. - SUNDAY ELLISVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Burial Ellisville Cemetery. HAROLD H. STOMBERG Harold H. Stomberg, 68, Salinas, Calif., a former Gales burg resident, died Friday at a hospital there. Mr. Stomberg was born Sept. 25, 1904. He was a policeman in Galesburg and later served as captain of the guards at the Pontiac Branch of the Illinois State Penitentiary. He retired in 1970 from duty at Soledad Prison in California. He attended Galesburg schools and was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church here. He married Mary Turner Aug. 30, 1942 in Galesburg. Survivors include the widow; a sister, Mrs. E. C. GoehrigJ Galesburg, and a neohew, Donald R. Gustafson, Miami, Fla. Funeral will be at Salinas. Memorial contributions may be given to the Trinity Lutheran Church, the familv said. MRS. FRANK SWANSON WOODHULL - Mrs. Frank Swanson, 81, formerly of Woodhull, died today at Hillcrest Nursing Home, Geneseo. The former Emma Peterson was born Jan. 14, 1892, at Lincoln and married Frank Swan son in May 1918 at Andover. She was a member of Bethany may call at the chapel from Sunday at noon until the hour of the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. MAX J. DUFVA KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Max V. Dufva, 61, of Blue Island who died tot Sunday, was Thursday ait 1:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery, Galesburg. Pallbearers were John Havron, William Starr, Gale Hammond, Clyde Ya/rde, Robert Trask and Drewry Daliton. ELGIE BASHAM KNOXVILLE — Funmul for Elgie Basham, 76, of 802 S. Broad St., Knoxviile, who died last Sunday, was Wednesday at 2 p.m. ait the Martin Funeral Home. Rev. Robert McDonald, pastor of Emmanuel United Mcitlwidiisit Church, Galesburg, ciSficiaited. Burial was at Norwood Cemetery nea'ij Alexis. Pallbearers were Ovaries Basham, Lloyd Norris, Byron Stephenson and J. W. Dugan. ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mark E. Dunn, 563 N. JPeterAon- lAJa /fin-^J^nox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MRS. EMMA M ATI IDA SWANSON 1 Age 81 Formerly of Woodhull, 111. Services 2.00 P.M. - MONDAY PETERSQN-WALLIN-KNOX, WOODHULL Visitation after 6 P.M. Sunday At the Funeral Home. Burial At The Woodhull Cemetery. LOUIS R. FORSYTHE Graveside services for Louis R. Forsytlhe, 69, of 426 N. Cedar St., were Friday ait 10 a.m. at Krooxvilte Cemeibery. Rev. Robert Prendergast, ctoplain at St. Mary's Hospital, officiated. MRS. GOLDA JONES ALPHA — Funeral for Mrs. Gdda Jones, 87, of Alpha, who died Monday was at Peterson- Wia 'Uin-Kwox Chapel, Alpha, Wednesday ait 1 p.m. Rev. Ray Hamer cflfiiciailed. Burial was at Alpha Cemetery. Piaibearens were Nyle Mc- Ourdy, Harold Wiliett, John Epperson, Alvin Berqufet, Jules Laimibin and Wayne Luitrell. STANLEY E. STEFFEY GALVA — Stanley E. Steffey, oif Giadva Route 1 d i e d this moiming at his home. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Jdhnson-Gill-S c h u s t e r Ohapd, Galva. Academy St. Patrick H. Hagan, 250 Maple Ave. Mrs. Gloria J. Kent, Abingdon Miss Susan K. Moore, 350 Pine St. Earnest O. Stickle, Oneida Lyell E. Zinn, Knoxville DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Miss Ruth E. Williams, 592 W Knox St. Alfred Sloan, Avon Mrs. Debra K. Sloan, Avon Franklin S. Colwell,- 705 • Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Sharon R. Kumler, 1177 Family Ct. Mrs. Emma Mason, 530 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Ncralee E. Hester, 433 N. Pleasant Ave. Mrs. Aileen A. Wenstrom, Wataga Otto W: Johnson, 247 N. Academy St. Mrs. Sharon L. Huffaker, 1479 Meadow Dr. Mrs. Freida Guenther, 1495 S. Kellogg St. Walter E. Holmes, Oneida Mrs. Beverly A. Cummings, 364 N. Academy St. Maxomino Gallerzo, Aurora William Smallwood, 824 Avenue A Traffic Court Thomas E. Clary, 38, 177 N. Chambers St., paid a $200 fine Friday in Knox County Traffic Court on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. James T. Phillips, 34, Victoria, paid fines of $50 and $10 on 'charges of having no valid drivers license and defective brakes, Michael K. Cushing, 17, Abingdon, paid a $20 fine for failure to give aid and information fol lowing an accident. Paying speeding fines were John C. Snider, 41, Ballwin, Mo., $14; Robert A. Marshak, 24, Massapequa, N.Y., $20; John T. England, 33, 956 Jefferson St., $12; James D. Anderson, 22, Abingdon, $18; Lyle E. Hendrickson, 31, Hotel Custer, $12; Donald D. Thomas, 43, West Point, Iowa, $12; John M. McDermet, 29, Gilson, $15; and Glady M. Goodman, 20, 1007 E. South St.; Carl B. Cain, 18, 425 Maple Ave.; Jeffery W. Sim Mary's Hospital today following a traffic accident at the intersection of U.S. 150 and 111. 97 at 9:42 a.m. A hospital spokesman said at noon today she was still in X-ray, and no condition report was available. According to Rock Island District State Polios, she was the driver of a car which collided with one driven by Marjorie Guild, 53, also of Elmwood. She was treated at Cottage Hospital and released. According to police, the car driven by Marjorie Guild turned left into the path of the car driven by Sherry Woods. Mrs. Guild was cited for failure to ! yield when turning left. MONMOUTH - William J Conley, 26, Keithsburg, escaped injury Friday at 4:45 p.m. when he was forced to drive his car off U.S. 34 about 3V2 miles east of Monmouth to avoid striking an unidentified car which had been charged with the offense May 17. Marvin Lannholm, 31, 1560 E. North St., was fined $25 on a charge of violating the 1967 Knox County zoning ordinance. HENDERSON COUNTY Three youths were each fined 550 this week in Circuit Court for illegal possession of liquor. Fined after they pleaded guilty to the charges were Jerry E. Luster, 18, and George E. Patch, both of Blandinsville, and David L. Satorius, 19, LaHarpe. Harold M. Richmond, 54, Oquawka, was fined $5 for allowing animals to run at large. Divorces Granted HENDERSON COUNTY Velma Irene Huss was divorced Raid's Victim Hates Agents For Mistakes mons, 21, 146 W. North St., and stopped on the highway. G^eogry L. Raymond, 18, of Conley was driving east when near Galesburg, each $10. jhe came upon the unidentified Linda K. Wallace, 28, 505 Iowaicar. It left the scene as Conley's Court, paid two $10 fines on charges of speeding and failure to yield the right of way. Other $10 fines were paid by Ernest N. Nix, 56, 387 S. Prairie St., no valid registration; Vickie L. Dickinson, 18, 975 E. Knox St., improper lane usage; Gary W. Blackledge, 25, 1302 Jefferson St., failure to yield the right of way; Stephen L. Fogle, 21, Macomb, no valid safety sticker, and Thomas B. Carter, 18, Abingdon, improper backing. At Knox College Dies in New York Dr. Harry Kurz, retired head of the romance languages department at Queens College and former head of the department of modern languages at Knox College, died May 12 at his home in New York City. He was 84. Kurz, a native New Yorker, came to Knox in 1921 as professor of romance languages ; his title was changed in 1927 to head of the department of modern languages. He left Knox in 1934 to become head of the department of romance languages at t h e University of Nebraska. Kurz edited many French -Hinchliff- FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET HHONG343-2tQl GALESBUR4 MR RALPH G. JOHNSON - 376 S. Seminary St. Services 1:30 P.M. Monday at Hmchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday evening. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. SherWOOd DixOll >orks for publications by the Funeral Monday DIXON, III. (UPI)-Funeral services were scheduled for Monday for former Lieutenant Gov. Sherwood Dixon, who served under the late Gov. Ad lai Stevenson II. Dixon died Thursday night in Dixon Public Hospital. He was 76. Funeral services will be held at St. Anne's Church here with burial at Oakwood Cemetery. Gov. Daniel Walker said he planned to attend the funeral, noting that Dixon had a fine record of service. Dixon never sought public office until 1948, when he was elected lieutenant governor under Stevenson. In 1952, Dixon was the Democratic candidate for governor but was defeated by Republican William Stratton ~, n * - HENDERSON rOrmerFrOieSSOr, Catherine M. Nichols, 24, paid a $25 fine this week in Traffic' Division of Circuit Court after! she was charged with falsely' reporting a traffic accident. She was also fined $10 for failing to report an accident. Benjamine A. Ishmael, 44, Monmouth, was fined $25 for a registration violation. Speeding fines were paid this week by Roger Sirota, 28, Davenport, $13; Gaylord R. Halse-J bus, 33, Gladstone, $11, and Joey E. Raisor, 24, Jeffersonville, Ind., $10. Registration violations resulted in $10 fines for Ronald Scott, 26, Stronghurst, and David R. Knutstrom, 17, Stronghurst. Others fined $10 were Sharon A. Schroeder, 18, Gladstone, driving too fast for conditions; Robert C. Munson. 2\ Little York, traffic signal violation: Paul S. Simpson, 32, Oquawka, safety test violation; Gladys R. Baxter, 79, Gladstone, permitting an unauthorized person to drive, and Joe C. Summerlin, 18, Monmouth, passing violation. Traffic Accidents Harold E. Ziehr, 73, 1161 N. Academy St., was cited for making an improper right turn after his car collided with one driven by LaVerne H. Courtney, 58, 656 N. Academy St., at the intersection of Losey and Cherry streets Friday at 2:22 p.m. A broken brakeline was a con' tributing factor in an accident involving cars driven by Ber nard L. Jern, 23, 900 W. Dayton St., and Dale L. West, 18, 74 S. West St., in front of 154 W. Main St. Friday at 3:33 p.m. No •ickets were issued. car struck a roadside sign when he puljed off the highway. Mrs. Jeanette F. Koch, 51, Monmouth, was driving her car east on E. Broadway and attempting to make a left turn to North Sixth Street Friday at 4:24 p.m. when it was struck from behind by an auto driven by Roberta M. Lefler, 20, Biggsville. The Lefler auto was in turn struck from behind by a motorcycle operated by Carl K. Ray, 20, Little York. Damage to the vehicles was reportedly COUNTY -!^ d ° er : and n ° Charg6S Were Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. Viv- CHICAGO (UPI)-Donald Askew, head of one of two households mistakenly invaded by armsd federal narcotics agents, said it's great wfinen narcotics agents catch drug abusers. "But," he said. "I hate them for what they've done to me." Askew testified Friday with ths Herbert Giglottos, both Collinsville, 111., residents raided by mia'jake the night of April 23. They appeared before a Senate subcommittee, chaired by Sens. Charles Percy, R-Ill., and nUSO WaB u.vvi«:u, Sam NUnn > I>Ga - ^ § ather this week in Circuit Court from P ubllc testimony on a proposal Edward Wesley Huss on a com- by-*® Nixon administration to plaint charging mental cruelty, combine drug law enforcement Married July-13, 1971, the cou- into a sin § Ie federal agency, pie had no children. Askew, a filling station oper- Janet Lee Knak was granted ator, testified his wife was ad- a divorce from Ernest L. Knakjmitted to a Collinsvdlle hospital on grounds of mental cruelty.'shortly after the raids and has Custody of the couple's three children was awarded to the mother. Fire Calls Galesburg firemen were called to Thomas Plumbing and Heating Co., 2262 Grand Ave., Friday at 1:20 p.m. An empty thinner can blew up while an ve undergone "'three or four" shock treatments. He said she laan't forget about the incident. "I think these kids (the agents) have done a good job," he said. "But they've been given too much authority and they don't realize the responsibility got." employe was using a cutting torch nearby, but no fire loss was reported. A smoke scare took firemen to Costa Catholic School Friday at 2:25 p.m. There was no Ram Down Door Mrs. Giglotto, who suffered from a nervous condition subdued with one tranquilizer a day, said since the raids her dosage had been increased to ian M."(NeisonrCoffey;"61, 461^., reported to Galesburg po- E. North St., a n d Owen J.lUce that four mag wheels,and fire loss, according to depart-120 pills a day. ment records. I Her husband said reports . from friends and relatives in- Thefts dicate he has been under fed- James P. Meyer, 1247 N. West 6 pal investigation since the in- Haynes, 61, Victoria. tires valued at $450 had been Mrs. Kay A. (Campbell) 'stolen from his patio Thursday Smith, 26, 191 B\aine Ave., and tetoeen 12:30 and 4:30 p.m. David M. Beard, 20, 470 W. South St. Miss Diana L. Powell, 26, 524 E. Second St., and Larry R. Rowley, 26, 180 Columbus Ave. Miss Melanie S. Thurman, 24, Gilson, and Warren F. Blythe, 37, 10 Circle Drive. Miss Cathy M. Hager, 21, of near Galesburg, and Vincent Cainkar, 24, Evergreen Park. Miss Vicky Sue Pacheco, 19, 562 W. Brooks St., and Joseph Vasquez, 20, Chicago. Miss Deborah L. Mailen, 20, Williamsfield, and Douglas J. Slaymaker, 22, Erie. Columbia University Press and had contributed to the Atlantic monthly and professional journals. His late wife, Grace, taught English at Knox from 1922-23. Kurz is survived by three brothers, Charles, Irving and Philip W. Kurz, and a sister, Mrs. Rose Bodin. Poseidon Launch Will Be Tonight CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) The Navy will be trying for a successful launch of its 53rd Poseidon missile tonight after its two most recent attempts resulted in failure. The missile is designed to carry multiple warheads and is gradually replacing the Navy's Polaris missiles aboard rocket carrying submarines. Sherry L. wood, was Woods. 24, Elm admitted to St cident. "It seems the federal government is trying to discredit me for what they did that was wrong," Giglotto said. Arrests j Giglotto testified the Bureau Sammie Hughes Jr., 25, 560,of Narcotics and Dangerous Monmouth Blvd., was charged t door, ransacked has home, verbally assaulted him and his HENDERSON COUNTY Marriage licenses were issued in the county clerk's office to Irene Marie Beard, Biggsville, and Daryle Lee Semelroth, Monmouth; Judith Kay Guenther and John Robert Zielke, both of Oquawka, and to Marsha Ann Bundy and Kenneth Earl Neal, both of Oquawka. Circuit Court Gary K. Liska, 18, 2500 Grand Ave., was placed on probation for two years after he pleaded guilty to a charge of unlawful possession of a controlled substance under a plea bargaining agreement Friday in Knox Ccunty Circuit Oourt. He was charged with the offense March 24. Gerald H. Asher, 50, 186 W. Third St., was sentenced to 30 days in the Knox County Jai >n a charge of battery. He had by police with breach of the peace following an incident at the Gale Products parking lot:wife, and left without apology Friday at 6:47 p.m. Robert Mason, 24, 325 S. Chambers St., was charged with disorderly/ conduct following an incident at 1501 Haynor St. today at 3:19 a.m. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Taylor, Monmouth, a boy at 9:40 p.m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Morrow, Room 525, Hotel Custer, a boy today at 12:25 a.m. Stickers to Mark Veterans' Graves Stickers to mark veterans' graves so members of the Knox County Central Patriotic Committee may easily determine where to place flags for Memorial Day are now available. Wayne C. Nelson, spokesman for the committee, said (the stickers are available at banks and savings and loan associations in Galesburg and at the Ralph M. Noble American Legion Post 285 home. Flags will be placed during the middle of aext week. READ THE WANT ADS! or explanation. "The thought they were iea- eral agents never even occurred to me," Mrs. Giglotto said, recalling the 15 long-haired sloppily-dressed men who entered their home. And the agent who handcuffed her and refused to let her put a robe over her negligee: "I thought he was a maniac," she said. "I'm scared to answer the phone or the door or even start my oar," sihe said. "It's changed our whole lives." Giglotto, a boilermaker, said they went to St. Louis after the raid to fill out forms for prop erty damage reimbursement. "A notation at the bottom of the form said 'if you falsify anything, you're subject to five years in prison or a $10,000 fine. That made me decide to get a lawyer. We don't own the government. It owns us," he said. A BNDD regional director, John G. Evans, told the hear : ing he did not know of a personal investigation of Giglotto; but he "could conceive of doing it (an investigation) in cases where you wanted to check, an individual's credibility—especially if adversary proceedings I A ere involved."

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