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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 23, 1973
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS MM* HUGH HENDRICKS Mn. Hu|h Hendricks, », of 717 tmm A**., died today at 2:10 t .fft. §* Cottage Hospital. The folMr Nelle Faulkner was torn M*jr 21, 1895, at Wataf*. and married Hugh Hendricks on April 8, 1922, Galesburg. She wa§ graduated from Galfitburg High School in 1913 and Wts a member of First United Methodist Church, the Women's Benefit Association and the Nonpariel Chapter, Order & Eastern Star. Surviving with her husband are a brother, Bruce of Gales burg, and two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Adams and Mrs. Marie Evans, both of Galesburg. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at HinchUff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation wfll be Thursday evening at the chapel, where Order of Eastern Star services will be held at 7:30 p.m. MRS. GEORGE L. RATHBUN Mrs. George L. Rathbun, 80, of 935 Dayton Dr., formerly of New Windsor and Oneida, died Tuesday at Cottage Hospital. The former Mae Roth was born Dec. 12, 1892, in Galesburg, and married Dr. George L. Rathbun here on March 20, J920. He died in 1969. She was graduated from Galesburg High School and the former Lombard College. She lived at New Windsor and Whatever the (Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists US N. BROAD 3424121 Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva - WtlHamifleld Mrs. Alice A. Spats Bishop Hill Services: 1:30 P.M. — FRIDAY At the CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Thursday evening after 7. Burial in Bishop Hill Cemetery. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILIE, 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. Oneida until moving to Galesburg five years ago. She was a member of New Windsor United Presbyterian Church and the Galesburg Worn an's Club, and a past president of the Knox County and Mercer County woman's clubs. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Holland McKie, Galesburg, and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 10:30 a.m. at the Peterson-Wallin- Knox Funeral Home, Alpha, with Rev. Douglass MankelL pastor of New Windsor United Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be at New Windsor Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday after 7 p.m. at the funeral home. GEORGE W. BROWNING JR. Funeral for George W. Browning Jr., 51, of 240 Duffield Ave. Who died last Saturday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. Rev. Michael Hurt, assistant pastor, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Russel Squires, John Holt, Gero Hoskins, Delbert Horton, Joe Kuntz and John W. Nelson. Honorary pallbearers were Ber*| nard Drake, Robert Southwell, E. L. Mather, Ernest Elledge and Jim Black. MRS. RANEY SPETS BISHOP HILL-Mrs. Raney Spets, 81, of Bishop Hill died today at 4:50 a.m. at Kewanee Public Hospital. The former Alice Malmgren Was born April 13, 1892, at Bishop Hill. She married Raney Spets on July 30, 1913, at Bishop Hill. He died Jan. 14, 1957. She was educated at Bishop Hill, and was a member of the Ladies Aid Society and the Old' Settlers Assn. Surviving are a son, Rias of Bishop Hill; two granddaughters; a brother, Leonard Malmgren, Bishop Hall, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Thoburn Inge, pastor of Bishop Hill Community United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Bishop Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday after 7 p.m. at the chapel. WILLIAM O. EPPERSON William Oljie Epperson, 65, of 942 Jefferson St., died Tuesday at 5:05'a.m, at the Americana Nursing Center, where he had been a patient since March 8. He was born April 9, 1908, at Tom Bean, Tex. He married Elizabeth Leaver ton on Aug. 10, 1932, at Smithshire. He was employed by the Santa Fe Railway 43 years as a signal maintainer until retiring in January 1971. He was a member of Emmanuel United Meth­ odist Church and Alalia Ma* sonic Lodge, AF It AM. Surviving with his Widow are a son, Roger of Newport, Ore.; a 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, where friends may call Friday evening. Memorials may be made to Emmanuel United' Methodist Church and left at the funeral home, the family said. MRS. EDNA ADKISSON ROSEVILLE - Funeral for Mrs. Edna Adkisson, 84, of Roseville who died Sunday, was today at 2 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, Roseville, with Rev. Robert Brian officiating. Burial was at Point Pleasant Cemetery. Pallbearers were Irvin Young, Herschel Hodges. Carlton Gossett, Harold and Scott Beard and Harold Bycroft. STANLEY E.STEFFEY GALVA — Funeral for Stanley E. Steffey, 50, of near Galva who died last Saturday, was Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. James W. Hancock, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Clifford Doss Jr., Hubert Franks. Gary Bowen, Glenn Estes, Donald Sawickis and William Cardiff. FINEST IN ^ P FLORAL Q * TRIBUTES \ I Don 's I % Flower Shop n 56 Fl'LTON WJL.JC nox WOODHULL aad ALPHA, ILLINOIS MIS. MAE RATHBUN Age II 938 Dayton Drive, Galesburg, 111. Services: 10:30 A.M. - FRIDAY PETERSON, WALLIN & KNOX, ALPHA, ILL. Friends may call after 7:00 P.M. Thursday. Burial at New Windsor Cemetery. •HiiraMiff- •hearson. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 107Q WEST WEMONT STREET M4ONCM3-2101 6AUES9UH0 MRS. PEARL M. WALLACE - 189 W. Mary St. Services 11 A.M. Thursday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chape), where Order of Eastern Star Services will be conducted. Burial at East Linwood Cemetery. MRS. HUGH HENDRICKS - 717 Florence Ave. Services 1:30 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Thursday evening at the chapel. Nonpareil Chapter O.E.S. services at 7:30 P.M. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery.- MRS. BERTHA E. CLARK Mrs. Bertha E. Clark, 97, of Quincy, formerly of Galesburg, died at 10:25 a.m. today at Cottage Hospital. Funeral will be at Cookson Funeral Home at Quincy at a time to be announced; and burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery there. The former Bertha Wheeler was born March 2, 1876, in Mc- Dcnough County. She married Lather Clark in McDonough County on Jan. 5, 1895. He died in 1951. She was a member of First Baptist Church here, and she was a past president of both the B of LF & E Auxiliary and Burlington Veterans Auxiliary. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Hunter Smith of 1515 Broadway, Quincy, with whpm she lived the last 18 years; two grandchildren, seven great­ grandchildren and four great- j great-grandchildren. Anderson(Continued From Page 4) the Justice Department dismissed the charges. YET OLIPHANT was indicted even though the U.S. attorney for South Dakota, William Clayton, a GOP politician and ex-county prosecutor, had never even read his stories. In our talk with Clayton, he said it would be "improper" for him to say whether he pushed through' an indictment under pressure from Washington. One of the Justice Department attorneys handling the case in Washington is Richard Vosepka, a former Marine captain with only one year of non military practice. His attitude toward the press can best be summed up by quoting some of his answers to our questions about the case. —"Don't be pushy," he snapped. — "I don't give a s— if that's a legitimate question," be responded to another question. "I always go through the chain of command." — "I'm not going to talk with vou any further," he said finally. Among saner heads in the administration, there is a feeling that the Oliphant case is smearing new egg on the friendlier face the President is trying to turn to the press even before the old egg can be wiped off. But at this writing, the case remains in the bands of those Nixon disciples who feel the President is best protected by locking up the people who write unfavorable stories. (Copyright, 1973, by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.) Mausoleums and Monuments McFAtL MONUMENTS 1801 W. Mala ft 'ialesburg. UJ< Pfciae HtKit HOSPITAL NOTES Cottif* ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mm. E. Jahe Gunther, Knoxville Mrs. Cathy S. Johnson, Maquon Clarence M. Southard, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Martha L. Biederbeck, Galva Mrs. Susan A. Stegall, New York, NY. Mn. Sally M. Kohl, 976 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Diane D. Chewning, Cameron Mrs. Mary L. Thurman, . Abingdon Mrs. Christine M. Engels, Wataga Mrs. Mollis M. Powell, Avon Mrs. Katherine W. Berry, 1649 W. Main St. Mrs. Bonnie J. Smith, 1189 Maple Ave. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Jenny M. pickerson, Abingdon Mrs. Lois E. Coupland, Abingdon Mrs. Edythe M. Wynkoop, Sherrard • Mrs. Mary C. Dupoy, 520 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Mary V. Carlson, Rio Otis O. Burge, Knoxville Mrs. Mary R. Rutledge, Gcrlflw Mrs. Nellie G. Stubbs, Kirkwood Mrs. C. Lucille Boyer, 60 W. North St, Mrs. Karen R. Early, Kimberly Terrace Raton R. Reed, 637 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Beulah V. Foster, 1381 W. Fremont St. Miss Martha' J. Cecil, 453 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Catherine J. Crouch, 1808 Rock Island Ave. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Mary L. Brock, 219 W. Main St. Mrs. Marguerite E. Fryrear, 240 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Lois M. Gabanski, 1430 W. Main St. Mark E. Jarollpw, 521 S. West St. James J. Junk, 862 N. Cherry S,t. Miss Paulette E. Reed, East Galesburg John Scbisler, Abingdon Mrs. Charlene A. Schuneman, 55 W. North St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Martha B. Secrist, Williamsfield Gerry Kenney, Galva Mrs. Gloria J. Kent, Abingdon Scott W. Litton, Woodhull Marvin E. Housh, St. Augustine Robert E. Harding, 318 E. Fourth St. Harvey Z. Scriven, Moon Towers Miss Jennifer Eccher, 85 W. North St. Miss Kiz L. Jackson, 541 W. Knox St. Kenneth Shaw, 74 S. West St. Mrs. Hazel Harshbarger, 956 N. Broad St. Mrs. Marie Sullivan, 444 N. Broad St. Tracy R. Saylor, Altona Mrs. Grace O. Maher, Woodhull Mrs. Margaret Posey, 1515 McKnight St. Volkswagen Is Raising Prices Again ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. (UPD— Volkswagen of America, Inc., announced Tuesday it is raising the price of Volkswagen cars for the third time this year. The new increase; averages 2.9 per cent or about; $100 a car and was made effective with cars arriving in the United States this week. The company said the increase was made necessary by the fall of the dollar abroad in the past two weeks. SANTA CLARA, Calif. V Memorex Corp. has established an agreement with DPF, Inc., Hartsdale, N.Y., to offer Memo- rex computer peripheral equipment and IBM system 370 computer products in packaged leas* es: The two companies said their package would give customers significant savings. MANSFIELD, Ohio - Borg- Warner Corp. will cease manufacture of cast iron plumbing fixtures at its Mansfield plant Sept. 1. The company said the plumbing industry is turning away from cast iron to plastics and stainless steel while vitreous china fixtures retain much of their popularity. IRS Audits 7 Governors' Tax Returns WASHINGTON (UPl) - The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) said today It is auditing income tax returns of seven state governors but denied the examinations were part of any campaign to harass office holders. The IRS said the audits involved four Republican governors and three Democratic governors and indicated it regarded them as routine. "The IRS has not initiated any examination program or drive to examine governors' returns," it said in a statement. The agency .said it was prohibited by law from disclosing the names. David Hall, O k 1 a h 0 m a's Democratic governor, said last week his personal tax return — as well as that of Oklahoma Secretary of State John Rogers —was under investigation. Hall said in a statement that he felt, the IRS probe was part of an effort by the Nixon Administration to discredit Democrats. Rogers said at least 15 Democratic governors were being investigated by the IRS. The IRS Public Affairs office said in a statement that the governors' returns now under examination "were selected for audit under regular IRS selection procedures." Tha agency has a number of methods for pulling, returns for a closer look. These include random selection and errors in listing certain "unallowable items" such as too many dependents. The IRS said it determined seven governors' returns were under scrutiny after checking with all its 53 district offices. Hall had said his personal returns for 1968,1969 and 1970— the three years before he was elected to the Oklahoma state house—were being examined. fojisburg Register-Mail, (fotesburg,111. Wednesday, May 23, 1973 IT Angry Mobs Battle Troops In Londonderry By COLIN BAKER BELFAST (UPI) - Mobs angered by the death of a Roman Catholic man battled British troops in Catholic areas of Londonderry today. No casualties were reported. Thomas Friel, 21, injured in clashes with troops who fired rubber bullets at rioters last Thursday night, was the 902nd person to die in almost four years of violence among Northern Ireland's minority Catholics, majority Protestants and British forces. The news of Friel's death Tuesday night brought mobs of Catholics storming into the streets of Londonderry's Creggan and Bogside areas, strongholds of the outlawed Irish Republican Army (IRA). They hijacked five buses and many more cars, set some afire and turned them into barricades. Troops who moved in to scatter the rioters and break up the barricades came under barrages of rocks and bottles and gunfire on six separate occasions, a British spokesman said. The troops fired rubber bullets and canisters of CS nausea gas to disperse the mobs. The battling continued into' the early hours today. Friel was rushed to Londonderry's Altnagelvin Hospital last Thursday night after receiving head injuries during the rioting in a Cadiolic area. The army said one of the rubber bullets fired to scatter a rock-throwing mob hit a "leading rioter" at a range of 25-30 yards, but the man was dragged away by other rioters before troops could reach him, "It has not been established whether this (injured) rioter was Mr. Friel or whether Mr. Friel's injuries were caused by a rubber bullet," a British army spokesman said. Traffic Accidents Cars driven by Oscar H. Dooley, TO, 7 *8 N. Cedar St., and Kenneth S. Pumfrey, 20, London Mills, collided at the intersection of Kellogg and. North streets Tuesday at 9 :08 a.m. Pumfrey was cited for disobeying a traffic signal. The intersection of Main and McClure streets was the scene of an accident Tuesday at 10:46 a.m. Cars involved were driven by Susan A. Howard, 33, Abingdon, and Maggie A. Harrah, 75, Astoria. Maggie Harrah was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Debra Joseph, 20, 1472 Moshier Ave., was cited by police for failure to yield the right of way after the car she was driving collided with one driven by Sara A. Dunham, 29, 507 Johnston St., at the intersection of Johnston and Willard streets Tuesday at 10:51 a.m. No tickets were Issued after a car driven by George Pettit, 21, 144 W. Simmons St., collided with a power pole as he was backing from a drive at 26S Indiana Ave. Tuesday at 7:12 p.m. MONMOUTH - Michael A. Logsdon, 23, 1026 E. 10th Ave., was charged with driving too fast for conditions Tuesday at 10:45 p.m. after he wrecked his car on a county road about Vh miles northeast of Monmouth. Logsdon was driving north on a gravel road and lost control when he failed to negotiate a west turn. The. car struck a| fence and an embankment. I A car driven by Donald R. Ray, 21, 1027 E. Sixth Ave.,; struck an auto driven by Robert M. Anderson, 59, 739 E. Sixth Ave., Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Anderson was driving his car on Sixth Avenue and Ray was backing from his driveway. No j charges were made, i : Divorcee Filed KNOX COUNTY - Linda Nemeth against Terry Nemeth; Lois Arlene John against Dennis J. John; Sharon M. Klossing against Richard J. Kissing; Vickie L. Schurtz against David L. Schurtz, and Darlene M. Clark against Cecil William Clark. Traffic Court Arre§ts Arlo E. Halsey, 30, 799 E. Sherman W. Brown III, 35, Maui St., paid a $50 fine Tues-1591 N. Cherry St., was charged day in Knox County Traffic Court on a charge of having unsafe equipment. Lester D. Rawlings, 23, Abingdon, paid a $25 fine for spinning tires. Speeding fines were paid by Vicki K. Blaine, 26, 129 Illinois Ave., $13; Joseph T. Hasten, 22, j Monmouth, $14; Susan Marcinek, 21, Addison, $12; Everett D. Chasteen, 39, East Peoria, $19; William C. Schroeder, 76, 256 Phillips St., $11; Anthony J. Kotek, 49, Berwyn, $13; Nancy J. Cutts, 29, Abingdon, $16; Linda J. Cundiff, 22, Roseville, $15; Marion E. Naney, 49, Fairfield, $19; Joel J. Gray, 18, 794 N. Academy St., $15; and William R. Shenaut, 42, Knoxville; Marvin F. Gravitt, 26, 185 Phillips St.; Ralph P. Barclay Jr., 25, 1912 McMaster St.; Charles M. Milligan, 60, Victoria, and Charles E. Padgett Jr.* 19, Bartonville, each $10. Charles W. Icenogle, 17, 34 N. Pearl St., paid a $15 fine for improper lane usage. Paying $10 fines for failure to yield the right of way were Michael A. Lytle, 19, Wataga; Mabel W. Thompson, 64, 827 Florence Ave., and Dale A. Sargeant, 16, 1916 E. Main St. Paying $10 fines for disobeying a traffic signal were Steven W. Carter, 19, 255 Linneus Ave.; James Sam Ganakis, 24, Burlington, Iowa; Velda E. Seitz, 51. 1302 Florence Ave., and Robert A. Rieser, 20, Montgomery, i Others paying $10 fines were) Kenneth C. Olson, 46, of near Galesburg, improper backing; Mary E. Smith, 25,1782 Willard St., failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Susan J. Spink, 16, 1089 N. Cherry St., failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Tony L. Jenkins, 18, 1531 Rock Island Ave., spinning tires; Orville E. Inskeep, 39, St. Augustine, improper parking; Janet L. Soldwedel. 16, Canton, speed restriction; Dennis N. Williamson, 22, 643 N. Prairie St., no valid registration; Mary M. Clifford, 18, 63 Sumner St., driving off the roadway, and Donald E. Jacobs, 30, by Galesburg" police with two counts of disorder\y conduct — one for filing a false police report — Tuesday at 10 p.m. following an incident at the Huddle Inn, Dayton and Henderson streets. Richard Whetsell, Abingdon, was charged by Knox County sheriff's deputies with aggravated assault Tuesday at 6 p.m. following an incident -at- the East End Tavern at Knoxville. Thefts Dr. Harold Watters, .424 N. Pleasant Ave., apparently disturbed a robbery in progress when he arrived at the Knox Veterinary Clinic, 658 W. Main St., Tuesday about 9 p.m. According to police, Dr. Watters heard a person shout as he j drove up to the clinic and saw a man flee through the back of the building and through the back lots to South Henderson Street. Police found the building had been entered by breaking a hole in an overhead door near the lock. Nothing was reported missing in an initial check of the premises. Phil Turney, 220 Olive St., reported to police Monday at 3:30 p.m. that two pairs of sunglasses, a radio and $300 in cash had been stolen from his car while it was parked in his driveway last Friday between 5-6 p.m. MONMOUTH - Howard Scott Jr., 1107 S. Eighth St., reported to police Tuesday at 12:54 p.m. that $10 in cash had been stolen from his locker at Monmouth High School shortly before the time of the report. Adrian Wells, 1106 E. Boston Ave., reported to police Tuesday at 1:31 p.m. that a golf cart and clubs worth $150 had been stolen from his garage May 14-21. Police Find Garbage Truck Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Miss Debra Sue Powell, 18, New Windsor, and William Dwight Larkin, 21, Alexis. Miss Doris Elaine Fansler, , 808 E. First St., and Steven Ward Medhurst, 23, 639 N. Chambers St. Miss Mary Martha Braham, 20, Yates City, and Richard Eugene Diefendorf, 21, Yates City. Bersted Declares Poppy Day MONMOUTH - Mayor George M. Bersted has officially proclaimed Saturday as Poppy Day in Monmouth. The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary each year distributes poppies made by disabled Veterans in Illinois Hospitals to raise funds with which to carry on their work. Bersted said in making his proclamation, "I would encourage all citizens to observe this day by wearing a poppy and making an appropriate contribution for this worthy cause." Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: , Mr. and Mrs. Earle R. John- 1056 Johnston St., expired safe> n ' Maauon « a § lrl Tuesda y at ty test. » 11:11 P- m ' Paying $5 fines for having no valid wheel tax sticker were David L. Knaack, 26, 10 W. Main St., and Timothy B. Rice, 21, 247 N. Academy St. Sharon Turner, 31, Oneida, paid a $5 fine for allowing a dog to run loose. MONMOUTH — Gary J. Bojes, 20,510 S. D St., was fined '$35 Tuesday in Warren County 'Traffic Court for unlawful use of license. A $25 fine was levied against Stanley R. Lodwick, 19, 224 S. H St., for not having a valid drivers license and $10 for improper passing. Wynan K. Whipple, 23, 895 Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Chewning, Cameron, a boy today at 8:14 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Courier, Knoxville, a girl today at 10:07 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Pritchard Jr. of New Orleans, La., are the parents of a daughter born Sunday morning at New Orleans. Mrs. Barbara Pritchard of Galesburg is the grandmother, and Mrs. Ethel Pritchard, also of Galesburg, is the great-grandmother. Divorces Granted -,~ rr ~, —, MONMOUTH - Sandra Kay Olive St., Galesburg, was finedjVellenga was granted a divorce son f — _ i i I • • • n*_: A : wi s-t j 'Lemon' Owner Seeks Revenge LONDON (UPI) - As Raymond J. Bullard drove his newly acquired used car home from the showroom, the steering went and a host of other problems cropped up, said his lawyer. The seller refused to do anything about it. So Bullard, 25, stormed into the showroom and tossed a homemade fire bomb. When it failed to ignite he pulled out a sawed-off shotgun and started shooting. He pleaded guilty to damaging three Jaguars, two Mercedes, an Oldsmobile, a Formula Four racing car and two other cars. "A lot of people who buy cars are dissatisfied," said Judge Christmas Humphreys. "But people must not take the law into their own hands." He fined Bullard $500. $20 for not having a valid drivers license. Fined for speeding were Forrest D. Adams, 23, Oquawka, $12; Harvey E. Pautz, 22, Crystal Lake, $11; Gary L. Greene, 16, Monmouth, $10; Rob2rt E. Schisler, 47, 928 S. Fifth St., $10, and D3nald E. McKay, 18, Monmouth, $10. John L. Thomas, 17, and Richard M. Bower, 17, both of Roseville, were each fined $10 for making improper turns. Others fined $10 each were Jack W. Johnson, 55, 900 E. 11th Ave., disobeying a traffic signal; Virgil R. Presswood, 42,, Friday in Warren County Circuit Court from John R. Vellenga m girounds of mental cruelty. Custody of five minor children was awarded to the mother. The Vellengas were married Sept. 12, 1958. Judith L. Kelley was given a divorce from Michael E. Kelley on charges of mental cruelty. The mother was awarded custody of two minor children. The Kelleys were married June 10, 1970. Thefts urn; vii-sii n. rresswoja, <«, Dea , n Vance - Farmington, re- Kirkwood, failure to yield right 1?^^ th * K " ox County sher " nf uwiv OiorUs n Smith dd l»ff s office Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. of way; Charles D. Smith, 44, 610 W. Boston Ave., right of way violation, and Fred J. Hager, 21, 1019 East 10th Ave., excessive noise. Circuit Court Edward C. Stafford, 50, that a boat valued at $210 had been stolen from a lake south of Yates City. Franklin LaDuke, Oneida, notified the sheriff's office today at 8:30 a.m. that a calf valued I at $100 had been dragged from 3341 a pasture near his home. ISABELLA, Pa. (UPI) State police found a stolen garbage truck Tuesday parked along a rural road near this southwestern Pennsylvania village after passing motorists,^ . complained about a foul odor. ! Une-Les[ged i luef i The $6,000 truck, owned by: MORGAN HILL, Calif. (UPI) Robert Donan, of ma:'jy Rbe — A burglar took all 13 shoes Landing, was stolen early ;fiom a store display rack. Monday with a full load ofjPclu'e said Tuesday that every garbage. i sn oe was for a fight foot. W. North St., paid a $25 fine Tuesday in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of possession of liquor in a public park. Phillip Miller, 70, of near Galesburg paid a $10 fine for disorderly conduct — public intoxication. I FULTON COUNTY - James E. Redding, 22, Avon, was placed on probation for one year Tuesday in Fulton County Circuit Court on a charge of deceptive practices. He was accused of writing a $50 check May 3 with the knowledge that he lacked sufficient funds to cover the check. He was ordered to make restitution for tha check and not to have a checking account during the term of his probation. Pass Christian, Miss., was that state's first resort town. Open 6 A.M. - 5 P.M RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS FREMONT AT SEMINARY Phone 343 2191 SAVE 20 On Your Drapery Slipcover and Bcd- sjiread Dry Cleaning

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