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1. i""< DEATHS-, AND FU1VERALS | MRS. O. ft. INQERSOLL JR. Funeral for Mrs. Harold G. tngersoll Jr., 46, of New Castle, Inc., who died May 18, was Monday at New Castle. the former Virginia Semar was born April 3, 1927, at Seattle, Wash., and married Harold G. tngersoll Jr. in 1951. Mr. Irtgersdll, president of Ingersoll Steel 1 Division of Borg- Warneri Corp., is a former Galesburg resident and was graduated from Knox College in 1948. HARRY STEGALL NORTH HENDERSON - Funeral for Harry Stegall, 72, of North Henderson, who died last Friday, was Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis, with Rev. Paul Paskewitz, pastor of North Henderson United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was at Mt. Vernon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Les Hildebrand, Duane Smith, Ger- alfd, Lowell and Robert Stegall and Delmar Williams. WILLIAM E. KEENE CUTLER - William Everett Keene, 63, of Princeton, Wis., formerly of Cutler, died Monday at Princeton. He was born March 23, 1910, at Cutler. He was employed for several years by John Deere Co, Moline. Surviving are a son, William Jr. of Peoria; three daughters, Mrs. Lawrence DeLozier, Car- tnage, Mrs. Charles Cash, Macomb, and Mrs. Ed Van Getson, Woodhull; two brothers, Hilton of Oquawka and Alvin of Sparta;. a sister, Mrs. Frank Linter, Cutler, and 12 grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Peterson-Wallin- Knox Chapel, Woodhull, with Rev. Tresslef Bolton, pastor of Bethany Lutheran Church, Woodhull, officiating. Burial will be at Woodhull C4rinetery. Visitation will be Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. at the chapel. Community Centif and the League of Women Voters. Her husband died in 1965. Surviving are three sons, Preston T. and Herbert W., both of Chicago, and Kenneth D. of Gary, Ind.; a daughter, Miss Katheryn Wallace, Washington, D.C., seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral will be at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel Thursday at 11 a.m. Burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Wednesday evening, where Eastern Star services will be conducted. WILLIAM 0. EPPERSON William Ollie Epperson, 65, of 942 Jefferson St., died today at 5:05 a.m. at the Americana Nursing Center, where he had been a patient since March 8. He was bom April, 9, 1908, at Tom Bean, Tex. He married Elizabeth Leverton on Aug. 10, 1932, at Smithshire. He was employed by the Santa Fe Railway 40 years as a signal maintained until retiring in January 1971. He was a member of Emmanuel United Methodist Church and Alpha Masonic Lodge AF & AM. Surviving with his widow are a son, Roger of Newport, Ore.; daughter, Mrs. Thomas (Sandra) Wolf, Portland, Ore.; a sister, Mrs. W. F. (Ruby) McMillan, Coal City; a granddaughter and two nephews. Funeral will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be at Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Emmanuel United Methodist Church and left at the funeral home, the family said. Union School District Spat Continuing (Continued From Page 2) MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS William Ollie Epperson 942 Jefferson St., Galesburg .Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. - SATURDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call Friday evening. Interment in the Knoxville Cemetery. Memorials to the Emmanuel United Methodist Church may be left at the funeral home. MRS. C. R. OLSON Mrs. C. R. (Eloise Duntley) Olson, Oak Park, a former Bush* nell resident, died May 15 at Oak Park. Funeral services were conducted May 17. Survivors include the husband and two daughters, Mrs. Richard F. (Kristin) Williams, Mount Prospect, and Mrs. Ruth Carrigan, Oak Park, and six grandchildren. Mrs. Olson taught school for a number of years in Galesburg. CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Itoseville • Avon London Mills Mrs. Edna L. Adkisson Age 84 Funeral 3 P.M. - WEDNESDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville Burial in Point Pleasant Cemetery. Visitation this evening 7 to 9. —o— Mr. Roger P. Forrest Avon Services 1 P.M. - WEDNESDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, Avon Burial at Avon Cemetery MRS. PEARL M. WALLACE Mrs. Pearl M. Wallace,, 82, of 189 W. Mary St., died Sunday at 11 p.m. at General Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio. The former Pearl Tracy was born in Kentucky on May 14, 1891. She had lived in Galesburg for 62 years. She married Preston W. Wallace in Kentucky. She was a member of Be-1 thesda Baptist Church, Order of the Eastern Star, Culture Club, War Mothers, State Fed eratlon of Women's Clubs, Naomi Missionary Society, Community Choral Club, Carver Whatever the (Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists lM N. BROAD 142-8121 JPeter&on - WJL-JC nox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MR. WILUAM IVIMTT KIINI Age 63 Princeton, Wis. Formerly of Cutler, 111. Funeral: 1 P.M. - THURSDAY PETERSON-WALLIN & KNOX CHAPEL, WOODHULL, ILL. Visitation Wednesday evening 7 to 9. Burial in Woodhull Cemetery. immediately engaged in argument by a member of the protesters. Board member Gary Martin, who at an earlier meeting had promised to bring the matter of Johnson's dismissal up for further discussion, said he had looked into the matter and "I have found no reason to justify changing my vote." Director Bill Heller told John Dye, the teacher-football coach whose contract was not renewed that his decision was based on the fact that Dye lacked 16 credit hours to be qualified as a science teacher. Other board members concurred. Dye taught this year on a temporary certificate, one of 35 issued in Illinois public schools. DRISKELL is also under fire and along with Wegman is reportedly named in petitions being circulated in the district calling for their dismissal. Koopmans said the petitions would be presented to the board at a later meeting. "He (DriskeU) is doing what he was hired to do down there," Mrs. Eugene Ray said,' "bringing order to the school." She has two sons at Tri-Valley. "They respect him. They were taught to respect authority," she added. Johnson claimed Driskell threatened to withhold his signature from students' diplomas if they signed petitions in favor of John&cn. "I think you people have approached the board improper- > ly," Marilyn Simmons said. "I don't believe the board can go back on their decision new. If you don't like what they're doing, get on the ballot yourself." "Stories get started," director Niles Olson said. "My own son comes home and tells me something that happened and when I pin him down on it — ask him if he actually saw it - he admits he didn't," Olson explained. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Patricia A. Bishop, Abingdon Earl M. Duke, Applegate East William O. Griffin, Gatva Gerry Kenney, Galva Mrs. Bernice M. Law, 82 Aliens Ave. Mrs. Catherine J. Lewis, 1166 Grand Ave. Antonio Perales, 844 S. Academy St. Miss Cynthia D. Swise, Abingdon Mrs. Patricia L. Thompson, Galva DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Gladys Seibcrt, 1550 E. North St. Joseph A. Lopez, 849 H6\ton St. Gabe A. Pica, Abingdon John W. Marshall, J Applegate East Ray Wayne, Avon Mrs. MaryC. Strickland, Applegate East Mrs. Leola J. Buffington, Maquon Go lesbu rg fteoj ste r-Mo i I, Ga Itsbu fg Tuesday, Moy 22, 1973 II Hinchliff- i FUNHAL DimCTOII 1070 WtSf MtMONT STRSIT PH0NBWJ-21QI CALEMUM 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 this 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 11 A.M. Thursday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the chapel where Order of Eastern Star Services will be conducted. Burial at East Linwood Cemetery. Legal Notice PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Galesburg, Illinois will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, June 6, 1973 at 7:15 P.M. in the Council Chamber in the Galesburg City Hall In Galesburg, Illinois on a proposed Annexation Agreement between the City of Galesburg, Illinois, hereinafter called "City," and Florence Jordan, as Trustee, and Roy Drasites and Loretta L. Drasltes, hereinafter called "Owners". The proposed agreement provides as follows: 1. Upon the execution of the proposed Annexation Agreement, the Owners will annex to the City of Galesburg, Illinois, the following-described real estate: Ten Acres in the Southwest corner which is bounded by F, A. Route 29 and existing Route 34 West Main as the South line, of the Southwest Quarter of Section 8, Township 11 North, Range 1 East [ of the Fourth Principal Meridian, said Ten Acres shall run a Southeasterly direction 371.6 feet and then parallel and adjacent to West Main Street 346 feet, making • total frontage Of 717.8 feet by 607 feet, containing 10 acres, more or less, 2. The City will zone said real estate as B-2 Commercial. 3. The City shall install water service at its expense to the tract of land above described when requested to do so by Owners and City will maintain and operate said water system. Dated this 19th day of May, 1973. CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GALESBURG, ILLINOIS John W. Hanlon City Attorney Hill Arcade Galesburg, Illinois 61401 309/342-4139 5/23; IT Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Robert E. Shafcr, Stronghurst Mrs. Janet K. Hill, 433 W. South St. William F. Pankey, Galesburg Mrs. Thelma H. Skeen, 240 W. Main St. Miss Donna R. Jones, 990 McClure St. Mrs. Sue Ann Hendel, Roseville Carl L. Miller, 404 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Goldie M. Blust, Kewanee Mrs. Cora E. Hurr, 1145 Frank St. Mrs. Norma J. Gabbert, 988 Mulberry St. "Mrs. N. Marie Waller, Monmouth Mrs. Amy R. Davis, Monmouth Orval A. Gates, Knoxville Miss Eunice Adcock, 367 N. Broad St. Michael D. Phillips, 589 E. Dayton St. Michele L. Neel, 1043 Lincoln St. Dennis L. Ritchie, 936 S. Pearl St. Roy Lee Pont, 97 Highland Ave. Mrs. Gertrude H. Schienbein, 40 Circle Dr. Mrs. Clara J. Munson, 1646 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Barbara G. Gillham, 66 Division St. Mrs. Kathleen R. Conley, Knoxville Mrs. Cynthia L. Froebe, 1247 N. Kellogg St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Lynn McLaren, 918 S. Seminary St, Mrs. Patricia A. Hull, 436 E. Losey St. Mrs. Velma N. Lamb, 1105 Accomodation St. Mrs. Helen S. Berck, Keithsburg Forrest R. Mahaffey, Keithsburg Robert E. Shafer, Stronghurst Mrs. Wendolyn M. Seward, Canton Mrs. Linda L. Morrow, Hotel Custer Mrs. Mary E. Beserra, 1212 Klein St. Mrs. Florence G, Fisher, Knoxville Virgil F. Peterson, Altona Mrs. Bettie J. Kirby, 564 N. Pearl St. Carrie A. Ray, East Galesburg Billv L. Simpson II, Abingdon Robert Lee Smith, 1264 W. Main St. Bicycle Rodeo Students from King Middle School Monday participated in by the Galesburg Police Department, is to teach children a bicycle rodeo to get their 2-wheelers in shape for a busy good safety habits and acquaint them with city bicycle riding season. The purpose of the everit, sponsored each year regulations. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey). Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hill, 433 W. South St., a girl at 10:47 a.m. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Hendel, Roseville, a boy at 7:51 p.m. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Froebe, 1247 N. Kellogg St., a bay at 12:26 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Con ley, Knoxville, a boy at 2:22 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Guen ther, of near Knoxville, a boy at 9:53 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Carl (Harriet) Ewing, Cumming, Ga., former Galesburg residents, are the parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born May 17. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Ewing, Henderson. Mrs. Marie Bennett, Victoria, is maternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Lear of Zion, formerly of Galesburg, are the parents of a daughter, Jody Christina, born Sunday at 12:30 a.m. at Victory Memorial Hospital, Waukegan. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Emery, 257 E. Mary St., and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lear, 704 N. Cherry St. Traffic Accidents MONMOUTH - Ikey Cundiff, 20, Berwick, was injured in a 1-car accident Memday at 10 p.m. on a blacktop road about fives miles southeast of Roseville. Cundiff was taken to' Community Memorial Hospital for treatment of possible back and head injuries. Cundiff told police he was driving north and was forced off the road by an oncoming unidentified truck. The car went through a fence and overturned in a field. Thefts MONMOUTH - Dan Whit lock, a Monmouth College stu dent who resides in room 112 i *„~"i„, rt ,7« Q rl »^ n ~h n at Cleland Hall, reported topo -l ° r *° ycar * whe " heta PP eare . r Circuit Court Bruns, 22, 1419 Summit St., fail- James Jenkins, 27, of Abing- ure to vield the right of way don, was placed on probation '.ice Monday at 1:47 p.m. that a television set worth $300 had been stolen from 1 his locked room sometime Sunday night. Marriage Licenses McDONOUGH COUNTY- Marriage licenses were issued last week in the county clerk's office to Craig Wilt and Brigitta Melvin, both of 540 Osborn St., Bushnell, and to Richard G. Knott, Galesburg, and Lois J. (Alexander) Knott, 477 E. Davis St., Bushnell. Fire Calls Two unidentified youngsters were responsible for the Galesburg Fire Department making a run to extinguish a garage fire at the home of Peter Bergman, 500 W. South St., Monday at 4:50 p.m. Neighbors told firemen they saw two small boys, believed to be about five years old, torching the garage. Loss was listed as "light" on fire department records. MONMOUTH — Monmouth firefighters were called to the Jiffy Service Station, 811 S. Main St., Monday at 6:10 p.m. Fire Chief Virgil Nelson said today an employe started a fire when he lighted a cigarette while he was using paint thinner to clean a desk. Nelson said the only damage was to the top of the desk. I Governor, Daley To Talk Turkey During Luncheon CHICAGO (UPI) - Gov. Daniel Walker and Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley were to meet privately today for lunch and a conversation about their differences. Spokesmen for each of the powerful Democrats said the meeting will be held in a private room at a Chicago restaurant, but neither side would give the exact location. Walker's staff has promised to brief newsmen afterward on at least the "tone" of the meeting. Walker earlier said of the meeting: "We have much to talk about, but let me make clear this will not be a trading session." The governor proposed the meeting when he and Daley crossed paths May 3 at breakfast in Chicago for area mayors and businessmen. Asked at the time about the proposal, Daisy told newsmen: "Oh, why he even extended the kiss of peace to me this morning. Didn't you see it?" 1 Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY-Judith Ann Hanson against Holland E. Hanson; Arloa M. Kilgore against Clarence M. Kilgore; Ira D. Luallen against Margaret A. Luallen; Eleanor Jean Billings against Lee R. Billings; Charlotte Rylander against F. Keith Rylander; Wanda K. Stetson against William Carroll Stetson; Connie L. Landon against Richard Landon; Harold L. Schrader against Adele M. Schrader; Patricia Powers against Everett Powers, and Jill Rosalie Benson against Ricky Allen Benson. Arrests Galesburg police made three arrests during the past 24 hours, all on charges of disorderly conduct — public intoxication. William A. Wheeler, no permanent address, was arrested behind 216 S. Chambers St., Monday at 2:59 p.m. Phil Miller, 70, of near Galesburg, was charged following his arrest at the intersection of Tompkins and Seminary streets Monday at 3:20 p.m. Kenneth D. Waynick, 48, of Chicago, was arrested in front of 93 S. Seminary St., Monday at 5:30 p.m. Donald L. Malone, 23, and Connie R. Malone, 22, both of Abingdon, David Ronk, 18, 154 Bandy Ave., and Cheryl Breen, 17. Monmouth, were charged by Galesburg police with disorderly conduct following an altercation at the Shell Service Station, Main and Henderson streets, Sunday at 7:27 p.m. The Galesburg Register-Mail incorrectly reported the ages of Donald L. and Connie R. Malone in Monday's edition. Divorces Granted Violet E. Addis was recently granted a divorce in Knox County Circuit Court from John T. Addis on grounds of desertion. Married at Abingdon on June 18, 1965, they had no children. Five other divorces were granted on grounds of mental cruelty. Robert W. Breeden was granted a divorce from Twyla R. Breeden. They were married in Galesburg on May 30, 1969. They had no children. Sharon K. Day was granted a divorce from William E. Day Jr. on a counterclaim. Married in Galesburg on April 1, 1967, they had one child, whose custody Was given to the mother. Alimony of $25 a week and child support of $25 a week was ordered by the court. Kathleen K. Adams was granted a divorce from James F. Adams. They were married here May 1, 1959, and had three children. Custody of the children was given to the mother, and child support of $35 a week was ordered. Dixie Lee Clark was granted a divorce from Jerry Lee Clark. Monday in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of aggravated assault. He was chargd April 23. Robert R. Miner, 35, 403 W. South St., was sentenced to seven days at the Knox County Jail and fined $100 on a charge of resisting arrest. He was also fined $25 for disorderly conduct. John E. Strickland, no age or address listed, paid $35 for disorderly conduct. Rich Garza, 263 Fulton St., forfeited a $30 bond when he failed to appear on a charge of attempting to elude police. David R. Sargeant, 19, 300 E. Davis St., was sentenced to 30 days at the Knox County Jail on a charge of disorderly conduct. Sammie Hughes Jr., 25, 560 Monmouth Blvd., paid a $25 fine for disorderly conduct. Sidney T. Nalley, no age or address, paid a $10 fine on a charge of disorderly conduct — public intoxication. Jeffrev C. Brown, 20, Abingdon, paid a $100 fine for illegal consumption of liquor. McDONOUGH COUNTY Terry L. Campbell, 17, 334 Cole St., Bushnell, pleaded guilty May 16 in Circuit Court to a charge of unlawful possession of not more than 2.5 grams of cannabis. He asked for probation. The case was continued to June 4. A charge of battery against Ralph V. Phillips Jr., Good Hope, was dismissed on a motion by the state's attorney. Traffic Court John W. Rice, 19, Abingdon, paid a $300 fine Monday in Knox County Traffic Court on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Patrick M. Carney, 23, Davenport, paid two $10 fines on charges of improper use of registration and no valid safety test. Speeding fines were paid by Lora A. Moore, 16, 423 Monmouth Blvd., $11; Kevin L. Farmer, 19, 1259 Bridge Ave., $15; David D. Prince, 23, Bar- tonvllle, $12; Nancy J. Nordstrom, 17, 474 N. Cedar St., $12; Betty G. Strickland, 49, 642 E. South St., $11; Leslie R. Anderson, 28, Floodwood, Minn., $15, ?nd Kathie L. Rutledge, 17, 1077 Monroe St.; William R. Van Fleet, 26, 1773 S. Cherry St.; Harry C. Egglfeston, 31, St. Louis, Mo.; George L. Horner, 51, New Albany, Ind., and Henry L. Weast, 43, Dahinda, each Married here Sept. 25, 1971, the $10. couple had no children. • Paying $10 fines for disobey- Bonnie J. Jensen was granted a divorce from Lyman M. Jensen. They wero married for the second time April 2, 1971. Custody of the couple's two Children was given to the mother, and child support of $115 semi-monthly was ordered. McDONOUGH COUNTY-Gerald Dean Thompson, Bushnell, was granted a divorce last week from Lorene Thompson, 807 E. Main St., Bushnell, on grounds of mental cruelty. The couple were married Jan. 30, 1962. They had no children. A divorce was granted to!22, Altona, improper lane us-| Dorothy Irene Cole, 576 Cleve-;age; Royce L. Kunkle, 19, Wa- ing a traffic signal were Paul E Vacek, 18, 656 N. Prairie St.; Larry D. Dodson, 33, Stronghurst; Jeffrey A. Griffith, 16, 437 Oak St., and Jack C. Koehl, 55, Dunlap. Stanley W. Henry, 18, Victoria, and Billy Piland, 24, West Lake Storey Trailer Court, each paid $10 fines on charges of operating a motorcycle without proper equipment. Other $10 fines were paid by Jeffrey C. Brown, 20, Abingdon, too fast for conditions; Paul H. Slrungys, 29, Chicago, improper overtaking; George D. Woods, MONMOUTH — Richard D. McCarthy, 18, 1286 S. Seminary St., Galesburg, was fined $19 Monday in Warren County Traffic Court for speeding. Also fined for speeding were John C. Timm, 22, Rock Island, $13, and Larry E. Armstrong, 22, Cameron, $10. Fined $10 each were Mrs. Ada B. Bell, Sedalia, Mo., disobeying a traffic signal; Jeryl L. Bennett, 23, Davenport, disobeying a traffic signal; Jeffrey R. Matly, 19, Westchester, improper passing; Glenn A. Rigdon, 37, Galesburg, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Howard L. Garrett, 22, Gerlaw, squealing tires; Stephen T. Thomas, 18, Smithshire, loud muffler; Vincenzo Pizzo, 18, 209% S. A St., leaving an unattended motor vehicle, and Edward F. Ishmael, 22, 1060 E. Fifth Ave., "disobeying a traffic signal. McDONOUGH COUNTY- Paying fines in Traffic Division oE McDonough County Circuit Court were Marvin L. Taylor, 21, Bardolph, $10 for failure to report an accident and $10 for improper backing; Forest D. Mershon, 60, of near Blandinsville, $10, failure to yield the right of way; Cloyd F. Yocum Jr., 24, 625 N. Dean St., Bushnell, $10, careless driving, and Joan Powell, 42, Blandinsville, $10, improper left turn. Others paying fines were Frank M. Bradley, 20, of near Avon, $10, violation of classification (motorcycle); Henry J. Friday, 39, Adair, $40, illegal transportation of liquor, and Glenna H. McCance, 18, 984 N. Rile St., Bushnell, $10, careless driving. Speeding fines were paid by Dennis F. Hopping, 23, 135 S. Jackson St., Bushnell, $10; Douglas A. Daniels, 19, Blandinsville, $15; Robert R. Easley, 17, of near Bushnell, $11; David J. Wickert, 19, Adair, $11, and Marilyn Jean Kaszubski, 24, 845 N. Washington St., Bushnell, $17. Also fined were Conrad Clugston, 32, Little Swan Lake, Avon, $10, no valid safety test; Pamela L. Campbell, 17, Blandinsville, $20, defective brakes; Scott L. Fargusson, 17, of near Sciota, $10, too fast for conditions, and Darius A. Shriver, 63, 666 Cole St., $10, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. DON'T FORGET The Red Cross Blood Center land St., Bushnell, from Em mett Ernest Cole, address unknown, on grounds of desertion. The couple was married Dec. 13, 1968. They had no children. taga, excessive noise; Edgar J. McGee, 18, Altona, excessive noise; Arthur B. Manworren, 20, Knoxville, passing a school bus while unloading, and Susan K. Please Donate THIS WEDS. HELP OTHERS!