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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, May 21, 1973
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DEATHS ANDFUNERALS GEORGE W. BROWNING JR (Story on Page 2) Paul G. Bell services at Stronghurst Publisher's Rites At Stronghurst STRONGHURST - Funeral for Paul G. Bell, 64, of Stronghurst, editor and publisher of the Henderson County Graphic Reporter and the Lallarpe Quill, was held today at 1:30 p.m. at Stronghurst United Presbyterian Church. Mr. Bell was dead on arrival Friday at Burlington Hospital. Dr. John C. Castle Jr., pas­ ter of the church, officiated at the service. Burial was at Stronghurst Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mac Pogue, Howard Grigsby, Russell White, Harold Isaacson, Francis Rankin and Harold Ferris. Honorary pallbearers were eldeTs of the church and Russell Davison. . tish Rite Valley at Peoria and the Mohammed Temple at Pe oria. Surviving with the widow aire a son David of Norris; a daughter, Mrs. Doris Chaffe, Bush* nell, and eight grandchildren Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Oaks Memorial Chapel, Canton, with Rev. Stanley Gieselman, pastor of South Port United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at White Chapel Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Canton: Visitation will be Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. at the chapel, where Masonic services will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. MRS. PEARL WALLACE Mrs. Pearl M. Wallace, 82, of 189 W. Mary St., died at General Hospital, ^ncihnati, Ohio, Sunday at .IfeJO p'.m. She is the widow of Preston Wallace, who died, in 1965. Funeral plans afe /.pending at Hinchliff-PearSorh-West Chapel HOWARD S. (RED) WILLIAMS CANTON — Howard S. (Red) Williams, 66. oT Bcagston, was dead on arrival at Graham Hospital, Canton, Sunday at 10:40 p.m. He was bom Sept. 13, 1906, at Banner. He married Esther Foster on Dec. 11, 1971. He was an auctioneer and a former Canton Township road commissioner. He was a member of Morning Star Masonic Lodge 734, AF & AM, Spoon River Valley Shrine Club, Scot- Whatover the Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 3424121 MRS. EDNA ADKISSON ROSEVILLE - Mrs. Edna L, Adkisson, 84, of Roseville died Sunday at 4:20 p.m. at the La Moine Christian Nursing Home here. She was born July 3, 1888, in Point Pleasant Township, Warren County, and married Jay D. Adkisson on June 24, 1914. He died July 31, 1956. She was a member of Roseville Christian Church, Point Pleasant Circ'«e and a 50-year member of Chapter N, PEO She was graduated from Knox College, and was a member of the college's 50-Year Club. Surviving are two sons, Les ter and Donald, both of Rose ville; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Graham, Fresno, Calif., and Mrs. Ruth Anderson, Story City* Iowa; a sister, Miss Minne Lester, Roseville, 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. Burial will be in Point Pleasant Cemetery. Visitations will be Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. at,the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the LaMoine Christian Nursing Home, the family said. INFANT CARLSON WOODHULL - Graveside services for Aric Ronald Carlson, 3-day-old son of Ronald and Theresa Rehn Carlson* Coal Valley, who died Saturday in Moline,: were today at 10 a.m. at Woodhull Cemetery v •-Rev. John Lekander, pastor Of Orion Lutheran Church, officiated. Survivors include his parents; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rehn of near Woodhull, and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Coyt Carlson of near Lynn Center. HARVEY A. JOHNSON Funeral Mass for Harvey Al* den Johnson, a former Galesburg resident who died Friday at 1 p.m. at Park Hill Medical Complex, Chlliicdthe, was said today at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph's Home Chanel, Peoria. Msgr. R. C. Peters of St. Joseph's Home officiated. Burial was at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Galesburg. Mr. Johnson was born April 7, 1876, in Steuben County, Ind. He married Emma K. Studer on June 28,1910, at Fowler, Ind. She died in July 1985. He was a sales representative for the former W. A. Jordan Co., Galesburg, retiring in 1985. Mr. Johnson resided in Galesburg for 57 years and was a 60-year member of the United Commercial Travelers. He was also a member of Corpus Christi Church, Galesburg. After the death of his wife, he moved to St. Joseph's Home. There are no immediate survivors. MRS. LOREN GRAIG ELMWOOD-Mrs. Loren Graig, Fort Dodge, Iowa, formerly of Elmwood, died Saturday at 1:45 a.m. at her home. The former Bernice Merri- ield was born Sept. 23, 1905, at 'eoria, and married Loren Graig in November 1948 at Kansas City, Mo. He survives. She was a registered nurse, and served in the United States Army as a first lieutenant during World War H. Graveside services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Elmwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. liam Edson, both at home, and a litter, Mrs. Harold Kay (Hatel) Main, Woodhull. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at J(^ion4}lfl4temis- fer Chapel, Galva. ftef. James Hancock, pattor of m first United Methodist Church, tilt officiate. Burial will be in Oalva cemetery. Friends may call today from 14 p.m. at the chapel. Memorial contributions, which may be given to the Heart Fund, may be left at the chapel, the family said. INFANT McLAREN Sean Michael McLaren, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen (Lynn Bramlett) McLaren, 918 S. Seminary St., died Friday at 6 p.m. at St. Francis Hcspital, Peoria. He had been transferred there from Galesburg Cottage Hospital, where he was born Friday at 12:54 p.m. Surviving are his parents; his grandparents, Mr: and Mrs. Donald McLaren, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bramlett, East Moline; and his great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McLaren, Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bramlett, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Bushong, Galesburg. Graveside services were today at 11 a.m. at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, with Rev. John H. Clarke officiating. CARL M. DALLEFELD ELLISVILLE - Funeral for Carl M. DaJlefeld, 84, of Ellis- viUe who died Thursday, was Sunday ait 2 p.m. at Ellisville Christian Church, with Rev. Efton Elliott and Rev. Mary Ann Freeman officiating. Burial was at Ellisville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert McLaren, Sam and Robert Chatterton, Donald and George Sheckier and Angelo Forneris. Doctor Lamb- (Continued from Page 12) Gqlisfrura tefliater»Mail, foljiburg, HI. Monday, May 21,1973 ,15 acid levels and never develop gout or gouty arthritis at all There is some overlap between what hvconatdered the normal range of blood uric acid and the rang* of uric acid level seen in patients with gout. In any case, if you already have had gout of the big toe and have high uric acid level, clearly, you have gout. My column which you read on this subject, then applied to the problem. Zyloprim tablets are used to block the body's action in producing uric acid. Most of the uric acid present in the blood is caused by an over production of uric acid in cells' daily nor mal metabolic function, specifically in protein metabolism. By blocking the production of uric acid within the cells with Zyloprim, the uric acid level is lowered. This helps prevent the formation of uric acid crystals in the joints, responsible for gout, also helps to decrease the amount of uric acid eliminated in the urine and in this way helps to prevent the formation of kidney stones and damage which can occur in patients with gout. It is a very good medicine and is used commonly. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this news* paper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on cholesterol, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for "Cholesterol" booklet. A thought for the day: British writer Richard Garnett said, "The three eldest children of necessity ... God, the world and love." LESTER L. MERRILL MONMOUTH — Funeral for Lester L. Merrill,' 76, of 517 S ifth St. who died last Thursday, was Saturday at 2 p.m at the Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. Ellis Beeman, pastor of First Christian Church, Officiated. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bernard Singleton, Max Kidder, William Fair, Harry Gibb, Otto Oberjohnn and Max Bond. Johnson - Gill Schuster Chapel Galva - Williamsfield Mr. Stanley E. Steffey RR Galva, III. Services 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY At CHAPEL Calling hours Monday evening 7 to 9 P.M. RALPH G. JOHNSON, Funeral for Ralph G. Johnson, 76, of 376 S. Seminary St., who died Thursday, was today at Hinchliff -\ Pearson - West Chapel at 1:39 p.m.'Rev. Robert McDonald, pastor of Emmanuel Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe Scheneler, Guy Trulock, C. A. Sharick, Forrie Cherrington, Carl Stoff and Lyle Roach. CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville - Avon London Mills Mausoleums and Monuments McFflLL MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St Galesburg, III. Phone 342-6512 Mrs. Edna L. Adkisson Age 84 Funeral 3 P.M. - WEDNESDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville Burial in Point Pleasant Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday evening 7 to 9. —o— Mr. Roger P. Forrest Avon Services 1 P.M. -- WEDNESDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, Avon Burial at Avon Cemetery PAUL L. WAGHER TOULON - Paul LeRoy Wagher, 47, of near Toulon, was dead on arrival at Kewanee ublic Hospital Sunday at 6 a.m. He was born at Victoria on July 18, 1925. He married Patricia Myers at Galesburg on Nov. 24, 1951. He was employed by the Midland Coal Co. at Wyoming. He was a World War II veteran, serving with the U.S. Navy. He was a member of Toulon VFW Post 8825 and Toulon United Methodist Church. 1 He is survived by his widow; five sons, Clarence, John, Danny, Paul Jr. and Jerry, all at home; two brothers, Donald of Forest City and Louis of Saratoga, Wy.. and two sisters, Mrs. Betty Anderson, Tempe, Ariz., and Mrs. Margie Ryan of Kewanee. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon. Burial will be at Toulon Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home todav from 7-9 p.m. Military rites will be conducted at the cemetery. STANLEY E. STEFFEY GALVA - Stanley E. Steffey, 50, of near Galva, died Saturday at 7 a.m. at his home. Mr. Steffey was born Feb. 2, 1923, at Neponset. He was graduated from Galva High School in 1941. He married Frances Rakestraw on June 26, 1960, at Galva. Mr. Steffey farmed northwest of Galva and was a member of First United Methodist Church, Galva, Henry County Farm Bureau and served on the Galva Galavanters board of directors. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Steffey, Galva; his wife, Frances; two 'sons, Stanley James and Wil- HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Stephen M. Gordon, Knoxville Mrs. Connie S. Smith, Galva Forrest R. Mahaffey, Keithsburg Mrs. Agnes Anderson, 1428 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Ora Anderson, Woodhull Dale E. Bolin, Alexis Mrs. Linda L. Royer, Victoria Saul R. Interial, 1095 S. Academy St. Mrs. Beverly J. Morrow, 946 N. Seminary St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Lloyd L. Riner, 1645 Brown Ave. Mrs. Virgi L. Anders, 110 Garfield Ave. Dewey W. Craig, Galva Garv L. Denniston, 244 N. Broad St. Linda M. Smith, Sheffield Laureen L. Smith, Sheffield James D. Smith, Sheffield Mrs. Hazel K. Cadwell, 1228 Garden Lane Mrs. E. Marie Morton, East Galesburg Mrs. Alice Alstrom, BishoD Hill •Till A. Raible, Knoxville Clavton L. Hurlbutt, Williamsfield James H. Wallace, 1611 Bateman St. Stephen M. Gordon, Knoxville Homer D. Goodman, 82 Lake St. Mrs. Jo-Del Damron, 1783 Willard St. '"errv A. Havens, Abingdon Robert E. Stackhouse, 1?64 E. Knox St. A'^ham E. Shafer, Yates City Mrs. Hattie I. Kelso, Oneida Mrs. Lacinda G. Hinds, 1569 McKnight St. Hinnhliff- tuesHnc FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STRUT PHONE 343-2101 6AUSBUM MR. GEORGE W. BROWNING JR. - 240 Duffield Ave. Services 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday evening. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Galesburg Cottage Hospital Hemo Dialysis Unit. —o— MRS. PEARL M. WALLACE — 189 W. Mary St. Services to be arranged. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Panthier Williams, 960 W. South St. Mrs. LaVena L. Ennis, East Galesburg . Mrs. Brenda S. Gibbons, 1066 N. Prairie St. Miss Judith Tuthill, 1717 Bateman St. E. Donald Schreckengost, 443 Knollcrest Dr. Jody K. Jones, Abingdon Mrs. Cynthia M. Williams, Gilson Mrs. Bettie J. Kirby, 564 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Ella M. Dowell, Knoxville Mrs. Wendolyn M. Seward, Canton Wilfred F. Flowers, Knoxville Mrs. Lena M. Voorhees, Abingdon Martha J. Cecil, 453 N. Kellogg St. Michael L. Horton, 261 N. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Carol D. Hinkson, 1106 Sweetbriar John R. Nemeth, 529 N. West St. Martin P. Appell, Galva Roger L. Hornback, 380 S. Seminary St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Mrs. Kathie L. Sprinkle, 105 Blaine Ave. Harry L. Polite, 1301 W. Main St. Carter H. Trumpy, Avon Roger L. Crouse, * 882 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Patricia A. Olinger, Oquawka Ronald L. Clowers, Roseville Route 2 Robert E. Smith, 124 N. Farnham St. Lyle S. Thompson, 531 Maple Ave. Mrs. Margaret G. Homer, London Mills Mrs. Panthier Williams, 960 W. South St. Mrs. Betty J. Field, Henderson Mrs. Barbara L. Ennis, Oquawka St. Mary's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: John L. Graves, Altona Paul F. Hach, Ames, Iowa Jeffery C. Reffett, Altona Tracy R. Saylor, Altona DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Ronald Sholl Jr., 158 E. North St. Mrs. Elizabeth I. Powers, 363 E. Fifth St. Keith A. England, Oneida Miss Susan K. Moore, 350 Pine St. Dale K. Welch, Abingdon Keith A. Brown, Maquon Dominick Vacca, 968 N. Henderson St. Mrs. Sandra I. Cramer, Knox ville Mrs. Linda S. Thomas, 713 W South St. Keith DeJaynes, Abingdon Mrs. Joyce Mangieri, Knoxville Leslie Ralston, Gerlaw Paul Nolan, 270 W. Tompkins St Mrs. Shirley A. Sullivan, Kewanee Lewis A. Baldwin, 229 E. Waters St. Mrs. Irla A. Perkins, Monmouth ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Miss Jennifer Ecoher, 85 W, North St. Marvin E- Housh, St. Augustine Mrs. Mabelle M. Hall, Maquon Miss Kiz L. Jackson, 541 W. Knox St. Soott W. Litton, Woodhull Richard H. Musch, 3295 Lincoln Park Dr. Wilfred E. O'Brien, Alexis Gabe A. Pica, Abingdon Mrs. Elsie Pierson, 958 E. South St. Mrs. Margaret Posey, 1515 McKnight St. Mrs. Blanche C. Peterson, LaFay ette Kenneth Shaw, 74 S. West St. M. Dennis Selman, 1257 N. Broad St. Guy Wilkins, Abingdon DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Miss Carol T. Fritzel, 409 W. Second St. Mrs. Lupe Sanchez, 460 W. Knox St. Mark E. Dunn, 563 N. Academy St. Mrs. Doris Liggett, New Windsor William A. Miller, 1800 McMaster Ave. Paul F. Hach, Ames, Iowa Mrs. Doris Cames, Avon John L. Graves, Altona Miss Sherry L. Woods, Elmwood Traffic Accident* Theodore W. Redfern, lft, 1051 Mulberry St., and Mitchell ErickfOfl, 16, Ml Mulberry St., were treated at Cottage Hos pital And released after their motorcycle was involved in an accident with a car driven by Barbara J. Kindred, 27, Altona, at the intersection of Grand Avenue and South Street Saturday at 3:42 p .m. According to police, a ticket to Barbara Kindred is pending. Paul F. Hach, 21, Ames, Iowa, was dismissed as a patient from St. Mary 's Hospital Sunday after he had been taken there for treatment of injuries received when he lost control of his motorcycle on the East Main Street exit ramp of 1-74 Satur day at 12:40 p.m. Samuel D. Hopping, 20, 1470 Grand Ave., was cited for im proper backing after his car collided with one driven by Otis N. Cole, 32, 962 Maple Ave., in front of 1979 E. Main St. Saturday at 12 :40 p.m. The intersection of Main and Prairie streets was the scene of a 3-car accident Saturday at 3 :58 p.m. Susan J. Spink, 16, 1089 N. Cherry St., was issued a ticket for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after [the car she was driving collided with autos driven by Timothy M. Pierce, 20, 1876 Grand Ave., and John J. Rochford, 26, 835 Wisconsin Ave., Saturday at 3 :58 p.m. Permil L. Nelson, 89, 227 Duffield Ave., was charged with failure to give aid and information and failure to yield the right of way after his car collided with one driven by Wayne L. Morrow, 41, 946 N. Seminary St., at the intersection of Losey and Kellogg streets Saturday at 4:01 p.m. Cars driven by Richard M. Carlson, 31. 985 S. Farnham St.. and Fred M. Church, 36, Abingdon, collided just north of the Santa Fe Railway tracks on North Seminarv Street Saturday at 6:18 p.m. Church was cited for failure to reduce speed to a'"vd an accident. The intersection of Henderson and Dayton streets was the site of an accident Sunday at 3:03 p.m. when cars driven by Arsenio B. Ippolito, 66, Abingdon, and John C. Pacey, 17, 65 Locust St., collided. Pacey was charged with improper lane usage. No tickets were issued after a car driven by Karen A. Turner, 18,151 N. Seminary St., col- "lded with a parked car owned oy James L. Schneider, 493 Peck St., which was parked in front of his residence Sunday at 3:42 p.m. James E. Mason, 18, 490 W. Brooks St., was cited for improper lane usage after the car he was driving struck parked cars owned by Leonard D. Denisar, 282 N. Academy St., and Marjotie L. McKown, 266 N Academy St., in front of 266 N Academy St. Sunday at 5:10 a.m. Gary D. Kenney, 35, Galva, was listed in critical condition today at noon at St. Mary's Hospital, where he was taken following a traffic accident this morninrr. According to preliminary police reports, Kenney's car struck the East Galesburg underpass of the Santa Fe Railway todav at 9:20 a.m. The accident is under investigation by state police. charged with making a false report. Cars driven by Mrs. Dorothy St. Ledger, 67, Roseville, and Merlin Urton, 36, Newark, were involved in a 2-car accident Saturday at 9:15 a.m. on U.S. 67 just south of the Raritan road intersection. Mrs. St. Ledger was driving south and making a right turn when her car was struck in the rear by the Urton auto. Urton was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Ronnie Sornberger, 31, 705 Monroe St., Galesburg, escaped injury Saturday at 11 p.m. when he had to swerve his car off U.S. 34 about 10 miles east of Monmouth. Sornberger was driving west and told police he saw an eastbound car approaching in the westbound lane. He said he swerved to avoid a collision, and his car came to rest on the bank on the north side oi' the road. An unidentified car was struck by an auto driven by Miss Freda DeFord, 19, 611 W. Franklin, Saturday at 8 p.m. at the junction of 111. 164 and 111. 94. Miss DeFord told police she was wesl- bound on 111. 164 when the unidentified car stopped suddenly in front of her auto. She said after she struck the rear of the car, it left the scene without stooping. Cars driven by Mrs. Judith K. Howe, 32, 219 N. 12th St., and Jeryl L. Bennett, 23, Davenport, Iowa, collided Sunday at 7:04 p.m. at the corner of Main Street and Euclid Avenue. Bennett reportedly failed to stop at the Main Street stop light and his car struck the Howe auto, which was turning from Euclid Avenue to Main Street. Bennett was charged with disobeying a traffic signal. Traffic Court Speeding fines were paid Saturday in Knox County Traffic Court by John M. Mabee, 22, Peoria, $13; Lola M. McVey, 49, 841 E. Davis St., $15; James L. Lucas, 24, Monmouth, $17; Roger L. Lytle, 17, Wataga, $19; i Charles A. Wright, 35, Peoria, $13; Robert W. Stroupe, .36, Bardstown, Ky., $13; Geoffrey M. Cox, 17, 1532 N. Kellogg St.. $12; Janice A. Swanson, 36, of near Galesburg, $12; Charles K. Dobbs, 22, Crossville, $15; Fred M. Haehnel, 53, 1542 N. Academy St., $11, and Joseph H. Knutson. 55, 158 W. Fremont St.. Michael L. Hennenfent, 27, UGilson, Robert D. Cecil, 42, Knoxville, each $10. Others paying $10 fines were Carol L. Gibson, 31, 280 Arnold St.. disobeying a traffic signal; Robert J. Wunder, 48, Knoxville, failure to reduce soeed to avoid an accident; Charles G. Wilkins, 57, Knoxville, Iowa, disobeving a traffic sisnal: Marshall A. Mundy, 56, 559 N. Seminary St., too fast conditions, and George F Coleman. 57. 557 Liberty St., only one taillight. MONMOUTH - Willard F. Teel, 59, 930 E. Second Ave., was injured in a 1-car accident Saturday at 4:25 p.m. He was admitted to Community Memorial Hospital for treatment and observation, his condition today was satisfactory. Teel was driving south in the 500 block of South Sixth Street when it swerved off the road and struck a utility pole. Michael Followell, 24, and Sheri Followell, 19, both of 1026 S. Second St., were injured in a 2-motorcycle accident Sunday at 2:30 a.m. on U.S. 67 about a mile north of Monmouth. Sheri Followell was admitted to Community Memorial Hospital for treatment of leg injuries and Michael Followell was treated and released. Their motorcycle was struck from behind by a motorcycle driven by Michael Noel, 22, 728 N. F St. The Followells and Noel were reportedly riding their motorcycles which included a third unidentified motorcycle operator. Police said the unidentified yclist fell as the group of riders was turning onto U.S. 67 "rom a private drive. Followell reportedly turned around to "oak at the falling cyclist and his cycle was struck from behind by Noel's. Followell was Divorce* Gmnterl Five divorces have been granted in Knox County Circuit Court on grounds of mental cruelty. Judith Ann Peck was granted a divorce from Kenneth Ray Peck. Married at Abingdon on July 22, 1972, they had no children. Court permission was granted for her to resume her maiden name, Judith Ann Plasters. Mary Jane Osborn was granted a divorce from John O. Osborn. Married at Canton on Arrests * DonaM L. Malone, 49, Connie R. Malone, 51, both of Abingdon, David Ronk, 18, 154 Bandy Ave., and Cheryl Breen, 17, Monmouth, were all charged by Galesburg police with disor* derly conduct following an alter 1 - cation at the Shell Service Station, Main and Henderson streets, Sunday at 7:2? p.m. Ramondo E. Quiones, 26, and Demiro R. Hernandiz, 22, both of Durango, Mexico, and Luis Gonzalez, 30, Aurora, were being held today in the Knox County Jail for immigration authorities after they were arrested at the Burlington Northern Railroad depot Sunday at 11 p.m. and charged with illegal entry. Robert R. Miner, 35, 403 W. South St., was charged with aggravated assault, resisting a peace officer and disorderly conduct following an incident at h!s home Sunday at 9:37 p.m. Harold M. Doan, 21, Mobile City, was charged with disorderly conduct — public intoxication — after he was arrested at Arby's, 1661 N. Henderson St., Saturday at 11:10 p.m. Terry Tracy, 17, 159 N. Pearl St., and Kenny E. Learned, 18, 1180 W. Fremont St., were scheduled to appear in court today after they were charged with theft under $150 Sunday at 6:44 p.m. Tracy reportedly took a bike which did not belong to him, and Learned allegedly did rot report it to authorities although he had knowledge of the Incident. Sidney T. Nalley, 64, 73 $ Pearl St., was charged with disorderly conduct — public intoxication — after he was arrested at the intersection of Grand and Indiana avenues Sunday at 2:24 a.m. I MONMOUTH — Susanah Lee;, Morrison, reported to police Sunday at 6:41 p.m. that a tape player had been stolen frorft her car. She said the player;, worth $50, was taken between Saturday at 10 p.m. and Surir day at 6 a.m. while her car was parked at McMichael Hall at Monmouth College. Jean Kehr, Monmouth, told police Sunday at 8:14 p .m. that a tape player worth $70 had been stolen from her car while her car was parked at McMichael Hair between Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p .m. MONMOUTH - Victor L. Kidd, 22, 908 S. D St., was charged Sunday at 11:26 p.m-. with illegal transportation of liquor. Howard • R. Huff, 45, Ellisville, was charged Saturday al 2 p .m. with fishing without perr mission at Little Swan Lake. I Gerald E. Rhea, 40, 727 E. Euclid Ave. was cited Sunday at 1:05 a.m. for failure to dim thk headlights of his car and atj- tempting to elude police. j Charges of illegal possession of liquor and unlawful use of license were placed against Ton) C. Edwards, 20, Smithshirej Saturday at 10:30 p .m. r Earl R. Wilson, 21, Bushnell", was charged Sunday at 12:41} p .m. with illegal possession oj liquor. t Thefts j Claude Cox, 353 W. First St.] reported to police Sunday at 1:31 p.m. that an outboard motor valued at $150 had beerj stolen from his garage. Esther Swanson, 367 W. Sect ond St., reported Sunday at 7:28! p.m. that thieves had pried operj dren. She was given permission to resume her former name, Mary Jane Cruiser. Betty L. Jones was granted a divorce from Herman Robert Jones, They were married at Lewistown on Sept. 15, 1957, and had four children. Custody of the children was given to the mother, and child support of $12.50 a week for each child was ordered by the court. Ellen Louise Weedman was granted a divorce from Willard Edward Weedman. They were married in Galesburg on Sept. 17, 1960, and had five children. Custody of the children was given to the mother, and child support of $60 a week was ordered. Dorothy M. Figle was granted a divorce from Marvin J. Figle. Married at Rock Island on Sept. 4, 1957, they had three children. Custody of the children was given to the mother, and child support of $45 a week was ordered. and a window fan. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: I Mr. and Mrs. William D,' Smith, Galva, a boy at 1:28, p.m. Sunday. * Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Ennis, East Galesburg, a girl at 2:13 p.m. Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Richard W.' Gibbons, 1066 N. Prairie St., a boy today at 1:32 a.m. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Miss June Arlene Peterson, 21, Knoxville, and Ronald Wayne Tallon, 24, Bloomington. Fire Calls Philip Smith Jr.- was charged with careless smoking after firemen were called to his apartment at 712 Bateman St. Sunday at 4:28 a.m. A mattress which caught fire caused moderate damage to the apartment, according to fire department records. No loss resulted when firemen were called to fight a grass fire in a field north of Parkview Road Sunday at 5:17 p.m. The evening stars are Venus and Saturn. Those born on this date are under the sign of Taurus.

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