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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, May 26, 1973
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r T\T? A HPTTQ 1 AND FUNERALS MRS. MYRTLE M. ECKWALL Funeral for Mrs. Myttle M. Eckwall, 79, 1271 Monroe St., who died Thursday, was today at 3 p.m. at Hinchllff-Pearson- West Chapel. Rev. Carlton Christenson, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Hal Cisco, Robert Elledge, Craig Lovitt, Eric Salsman, Carlos Luna and Alan Unsickcr. Greek Mutineers Seize Destroyer FIUMICINO, Italy (UPI) Greek Ambassador Stefanos Rokanas today asked Italy to arrest and extradite a band of mutineers aboard the Greek navy destroyer VeJos anchored off the Italian coast. The U.S.-built warship quit a NATO sea exercise Friday and cruised into Italian waters where Italian officials said its skipper, Cmtdr. Nicholas Papas, asked for political asylum for himself and some of hia 250 crewmen. Rokanas' verbal request followed a meeting at the Fiumlcino port authority between Rokanas, port commander G. Zaffalon, Greek Adm. Girogio Antonopoulos and other Greek officials. Mer broadcasting messages saying, "Down with the colonels," Papas asked Italian officials for permission to come ashore with those of his crew who joined in the mutiny after they had asked for asylum. Italian navy land Foreign Ministry officials were conferring since 3ate Friday on what action to take in the case. Diplomatic sources said Rokanas' request for,the return of Papas and his crew cleared the way for Italy to consider the mutineers' request for asylum. Bombing Rocks Northern Ireland BELFAST (UPI) - Bombs rocked Northern Ireland today, causing extensive damage to a hotel near the border of the Irish Republic and to shops and a market near Belfast. No casualties were reported in any of the incidents. Three gunmen planted bombs in the cellars of the Ardmore Hotel in the border town of Newry. An hour later they exploded, causing extensive damage, police said. A bomb-laden car blasted a supermarket and nearby shops in Lisburn, 10 miles south of Belfast after British army experts failed to defuse the bomb and had to carry out a controlled explosion, police said. A rocket fired from Belfast's Beechmount area struck a smokestack at Mackie's Engineering works in the predominantly Roman Catholic Springfield Road. Most of Mackie's employes are Protestants. British officers earlier said security forces were using infrared aerial photography developed by the Americans in Vietnam to detect bombs planted by the outlawed Irish Republican Army (IRA) to kill British troops. CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville • Avon London Mills Mr. Jesse B. Krout Roseville Funeral: 3 P.M. - SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Burial in Roseville Memorial Park Cemetery. HARRY C. GEESEMAN JR. PEORIA — Funeral 1of Harry C. Geeseman Jr., 59, Peoria, who died Wednesday at Proctor Hospital, Peoria, was today at 2 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington. The Rev. Jeffrey S. O'Neill, pastor of Westminster United Presbyterian Church, Peoria, officiated. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Miriam Lundeen, Forsyth, Ga., and Mrs. Lavonne Corwin, Pe- cria; and a brother, Darwin Geeseman, Galesburg. Burial was at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Farmington. MRS. ALICE SPETS BISHOP HILL - Funeral for Mrs. Alice A. Spets, 81, Who died Wednesday at Kewanee Public Hospital, was conducted Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel at Galva by Rev. Thoburn Enge, pastor of Community United Methodist Church. Burial was at Bishop Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Albin Johnson, Orlie Chilberg, Ira Ericson, Bryce Nordstrom, A. Gunnar Berg and Louis Johnson. Teacher Dies Unexpectedly At Her Home Mrs. Howard W. Sterling, 55, died unexpectedly in her sleep early today at her home, 723 N. Academy St. Death was attributed to natural causes. She was a special education teacher in District 205. The former Alice C. Stephenson was born here Jan. 28,1918. She attended Knox College and was graduated from Western Illinois State University. She married Howard Sterling in Galesburg Dec. 16, 1945. He survives with two sons, H. Theodore of Peoria and Jeffry S. of Galesburg; two sisters, Mrs. Harriet Mentzer of Alpha and Mrs. Mary T. Chinlund of Moline. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and Beta Eta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority. Funeral will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church. Friends mav call Monday evening at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel. Burial will be at Linwood Cemetery. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mrs. Mary A. Stewart, RR 3 Mrs. Sandra Stratton, 1447 Moshier Ave. Mrs. Martha J. Gilson, 202 N. Arthur Ave. Mrs. L. Tresa Wallace, 1145 Frank St. Mrs. Mearl S. Curry, 1294 N. West St. Gertrude P. Longcor, 261 Pine St. Michael E. Kubitz, 158 W. Dayton St. Miss Esther E. Anderson, 603 N. Washington St. Gene W. Medley, Wataga Mrs. Cheryl K. Tucker, AHona Mrs. Sally J. Finch, 552 Jefferson St. Dustin A. Frazier, 941 E. Knox St. Mrs. Doris R. Kniss 92 Kimberly Terrace J. Michael Jones, North Henderson Mrs. Janet M. Purchase, 739 Peck St. Mrs. Mary A. Sexton, 257 E. Waters St. DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Evelyn K. Wilson, Monmouth Mrs. Amy R. Davis, Monmouth Mrs. Clara L. Crouch, 1525 E. Sthh St. Francis R. Minnock, Galva Roy L. Campbell, 243 N. Farnham St. John R. Nemeth, 529 N. West St. William F. Pankey, RR 2 Clarence M. Southard, RR 2 J. Lynn Tilson, LaFayette Mrs. Patricia A. Neuendorf, 799 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Cvnthia L. Froebe, 1247 N. Kellogg St. Lee A. McCaw, Keithsburg Morgan G. Devlin, N. Henderson St. Mrs. Janet S. Carr, 750 S. Farnham St. Memorial Day Wrecks Take Annual Toll By United Press International Unseasonably cold weather in many parts of the country marked the beginning of the Memorial Day weekend, which is generally considered the first holiday weekend of the warm weather season. The National Safety Council estimated that as many as 650 persons could die in traffic accidents during the 78-hbur Memorial Day period. If motorists fail to drive safely, the National Safety Council warned, from 550 to 650 persons could die in traffic accidents and another 26,000 to 30,000 persons could suffer disabling injuries during the holiday period, which began at 6 p.m. local time Friday and ends at midnight Monday. During a similar nonholiday period at this time of the year, the council said, about 440 persons would be killed and same 21,000 would be injured in traffic accidents. A United Press International count at 10 a.m. EDT showed 40 persons dead in traffic since the start of the holiday period at 6 p.m. Friday. A breakdown of accidental deaths: Traffic Planes Drownings Other Total -Hinchliff- ti FUNERAL DIRECTORS* I *IHC - 1070 WEST F R EMONT STREET 6ALESB0H* •HONE 343-2101 MRS. HOWARD W. STERLING - 1723 N. Academy St. Services 10:30 A.M. Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church. Friends may call Monday evening at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mrs. Carole L. Benge, 2625 Indiana Ave. Francis Butler, 2015 E. Main St. Robert D. Cox, London Mills Neal R. Dollar, RR 2, Galesburg Miss Diana Elliott, RR 1, Galesburg Armohdo Frezza, 1173 W. Losey St. Ronald Ferris, 1230 Spruce Ave. Mrs. Lila L. Hobbs, 1146 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Mary L. Lamberson, East Galesburg Miss Tina A. Ryan, 1230 N. Seminary St. Garold L. Ray, Abingdon Mrs. Faira C. Smith, London Mills Mrs. Celina F. Scott, Alpha Mrs. Carol Unger, 660 E. Knox St. Mrs. Carol K. Welch, 1750 Bluebird Dr. Daniel G. Watson, RR 3, Galesburg DISMISSALS FRIDAY: George E. McKenna, 708 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Mary R. West, 74 S. West St. Miss Cynthia D. Swise, Abingdon James J. Junk, 862 N. Cherry St. Clarence W. Johnson, 921 Lincoln St. Robert H. Norene, 745 S. West St. Mrs. Charlotte A. Surber, 1551 McKnight George A. Swanson, Woodhull Mrs. Mary L. Brock, Knoxville Mrs. Blanche C. Peterson, LaFayette Mrs. Marion F. Jones, 1085 E. North St. Miss Yvette D. McDonald, 1511 McKnight Steven Lester, 1868 Grand Ave. Jonathan J. Merideth, Abinqdon Mrs. Betty L. DeJaynes, Abinfrion Lyle Miller, 912 Bateman St. Antonio Perales, 844 S. Academy St. Daniel V. Harper, Abingdon Patrick A. Hagan, • 250 Maole Ave. Mrs. Linda L. Pulliam, Abingdon Vice President Agnew Leads Delegation At Mills Funeral (fofobuffl Register-Mail, Golesbuffljll. ; ,. Saturday, , May;MJjffi._J. 1 EASTON, Md. (UPI) -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew leads a delegation of state and federal officials today attending the funeral of Rep. William O. Mills, R-Md., who apparently committed suicide because he was distraught over allegations that he illegally took a 125,000 cash contribution from secret Nixon re-election funds. But Rogers C. B. Morton, the Interior Secretary whose seat in Congress was won by Mills, his former administrative assistant, said he believes there must have been another reason for the death officials have yet to officially rule a suicide. Morton said he believed Mills feared that people would believe he personally used the $25,000 that he did not account for in his notarized campaign fund disclosure statement in 1971. But Morton said he did not think that was the reason the 48-year-old popular congressman apparently turned a shotgun on himself early Thursday morning. "I don't think he did it because of the money—there must have been another reason. "Bill Mills was out struggling to win an election. He didn't have any idea about this money and I know he never saw any part of it. Something else must have gotten him terribly depressed," he said. Morton said he initiated the contribution by asking the then attorney general, John Mitchell, to provide some money for Mills' campaign from national Republican funds because he believed Mills could win the seat. Agnew, the Maryland con gressional delegation, state officials and others were expected to attend funeral services today at St. Mark's Methodist Church in Easton. Mills will be buried afterwards in his native Caroline County, not far from Easton. Pot Smoking Sailors Lose Jobs Again WASHINGTON (UPI) - A group of 12 sailors has been removed from duty on President Nixon's yacht, Sequoia, in connection with off-duty marijuana smoking. The action comes only itwo weeks after 46 men were transferred away from Nixon's Camp David retreat for the same reason. The sailors removed from Sequoia were either accused of smoking marijuana or gave information during an investigation, the Navy Said Friday. No security violations were reported because of the marijuana use. "Because of the sensitivity of the assignment and the special clearance procedures required in the selection of personnel for assignment to the unit," the Navy said, "all personnel involved in any way were traisferred." The marijuana cfaatfges cost 28 Marines and. 18 sailors their jobs at Camp David. But no charges have been filed against any of the suspected violators, the Navy said. Alexis Legion Selects Pair For Boys State ALEXIS — American Legion Post 189 of Alexis has chosen two boys to attend Illini Boys State. They are Matt Totten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Totten, and Sam Medhurst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Medhurst, all of Alexis. Matt is a junior, and Sam a sophomore at Alexis High School. Boys Staje will be held at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield June 24-30. Approximately 1,200 boys will be participating. Winney Is Rider SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) Lewis A. Winney is one of the Seattle Police Department's seven new park patrolmen on horseback. Another applicant was Howard Nay, but he failed to make the list announced Friday. Sheriff Was Threatened By Driver's Snakes OCALA, Fla. (UPI) - It was the first time Marion County Deputy Sheriff Clinton Boatwright had ever been threatened with snakebite while trying to hand out a traffic ticket. Boatwright said he stopped a car near Ocala Thursday after spotting it weaving erratically down the road. The deputy said driver Samuel Seashole of Lakeland jumped out of the car with a rattlesnake in one hand and a cobra in the other and said, "You're not going to arrest me. I'll kill you." Boatwright said he drew his revolver and replied, "If you try to throw those snakes, you'll be just as dead as they will be." The deputy said he found a total of 13 snakes in the car, including a 10-foot anaconda, an eight-foot boa constrictor, a cottorimouth and several other rattlesnakes. He said the car also contained two gophers and two boxes of turtles. Seashole, 22, was arrested and booked on charges of attempted assault on a law officer, aggravated assault, drunken driving, resisting arrest and failure to have a valid drivers license. Officers said they were unable to find out why Seashole was driving around with a car full of snakes. City to Offer Bus Permits PITTSBURGH (UPI) - The Allegheny Port Authority Transit (PAT) plans to offer yearly bus permits, a system it says never has been tried in a major U.S. city. PAT said Friday the permit, costing $100, would be available for a year's period beginning July 1 and again for a year beginning Jan. 1. The commuter, currently charged base fare of 40 cents, will pay a 10- cent fare with the permit. PAT said its system, used by a number of European cities, was believed to be the first of its kind in the United States. DAR Award Presented Winners of the Daughters of the American Revolution citizenship award at Lombard Junior High School are: Ruth Aydt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Aydt, 903 S, Whitesboro St. and David Hecht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hecht, 2630 Bridleorcek. Mrs, John Bailey, honorary regent of the Rebecca Parke Chapter DAR, presented the awards at the school Friday afternoon. (Register- Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) Today's Record Traffic Court James W. McGlothlin, 43, Abingdon, paid a $200 fine Friday in Knox County Traffic Court on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Carl V. Stroops, 18, 830 Pine St., paid a $50 fine on a charge of disobeying a traffic signal and a $30 fine on a charge of driving too fast for conditions. Jay D. Farwell, 40, 1285 S. Cherry St., paid a $50 fine for having no valid drivers license. Randall W. Curtis, 19, Abingdon, paid a $25 fine for spinning tires. Speeding fines were paid by Stephen M. Slayton, 29, Peoria, $33; Ralph E. Hensley, 19, 936 W. Losey St., $15; Theresa A. Swanson Hawkinson, 22, Abingdon, $12; Gloria A. Staley, 18, Monmouth, $15; Robert B. Tompkins, 24, Carson, Iowa, $15; Stephen V. Dale, 25, Westfield, Mass., $15, and Marietta Zintak, 20, Wyomissing, Pa., and Elvira M. Jackson, 27, 900 W. Dayton St., each $10. Richard V. Palmer, 21, 490 N. Cherry S^., paid fines of $10 and $5 on charges of excessive acceleration and no wheel tax sticker. Paying $10 fines for disobey ing a traffic signal were Larry D. Rilea, 36, 718 N. Prairie St., and Dave L. Hutchings, 19, 1772 Rock Island Ave. Others paying $10 fines were Karen S. Owens, 25, Woodhull, failure to yield the right of way; Gary L. Sells, 27, Monmouth, no valid safety sticker; Michael T. Harding, 17, 1540 E. Brooks St., failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Steve M. Johnson, 30, Spring Valley, no valid safety test; Michael L. Horton, 21, 261 N. Whitesboro St., excessive acceleration and Ronald D. Lovett, 18, 136 N. Henderson St., no muffler. Dorothy Z. Grogan, 62, Mobile City, collided near the entrance to the First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Co. drive- in bank on North Prairie Street Friday at 11:01 a.m. No tickets were issued. Mary Ferris, no age or address, paid a $25 fine for failure to have a dog inoculated. Divorces Granted Elizabeth Marcy was granted a divorce from John S. Marcy in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of mental cruelty. Married at Galesburg Jan. 24, 1962, they had two children. Custody of the children was given to the mother, and child support was set on a graduated scale, according to income. In The Armed Forces Capacity of an Arab vessel called the dhow is measured not in tons but in the number of 180-pound date packages it can stow. Otto J. Thamasett, whose wife is the former Shirley Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson, Alpha, has been promoted to lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army's Air Defense Artillery. He is currently stationed at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala. if, Navy Personneiman 3.C Roger M. Stegall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon N. Stegall, 234 W North St., has returned to his home port at Quonset Point, R.I., aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid after a deployment to the Mediterranean. Sgt. Roy V. Bales, a 1968 graduate of Farmington High School, has arrived for duty at Upper Heyford RAF Station England. He is a vehicle opera tor assigned to a unit of the David son 1142 among of N. 61 Boydstun, Charles Boydstun, Academy St., was Army and Air Force cadets who received Reserve Officer Training Corps recognition at the recent annual joint awards ceremony at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Boydstun, a sophomore at the university, received the Chicago Tribune gold medal for proficiency in drill and the Johnson County Reserve Officers Assn. Bronze Medal. Airman l.C. Gary L. Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cassel of near Gilson, has arrived for duty at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. He is a communications analysis specialist. Lance Cph Michael B. Milan, son of Bernard Milan and Mrs Arrests William G. Bennett, 30, Park er Hotel, was charged with dis orderly conduct today at 2:57 a.m. following an inciden* at 1537 McKnight St. James, H. Johnson, 41, and Richard D. Thornton, 21, both of Dahinda, were charged with battery today at 3:45 a.m. following an incident at the Sud- zy Laundry, Grand Avenue and Whitesboro. Street. MONMOUTH- Alvie L. Kersey, 52, of 1308 S. Main St., was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct Friday night at his home. He was arrested on a complaint filed by R u t h Kersey; He was released on $25 bond. Charges, may be filed next week in conjunction with an incident Friday night when police picked up several Galesburg teen-agers at a private residence on suspicion of using marijuana. Police were called after a tavern owner delivered beer to the residence but refused to leave it when the persons Who ordered appeared to be under age. The teen-agers were released to the custody of their parents and are scheduled to appear the first of the week. FULTON COUNTY - Russell Bedwell, 36, of near Ellisville, paid a $150 fine In Fulton County Traffic Court May 23 on a charge of speeding. Others paying fines were William C. .Evans of Cuba, no protective glasses, $15; Peggy L. Lankford, Abingdon, excessive noise, $15; David A. Bar nett, Lewistown, illegal transportation of liquor, $30; Leland H. Wrestler, Havana, improper passing, $15, and Mary K. Bucher, Astoria, speeding, $25. Air Forces in Europe. His wifejMaxine Hopping, both of Gales- Lois, is the daughter of Mrs.! burg, was promoted recently to Benny G. Hans, Lake wood,'his present rank while serving Colo., and Albert Bowen, Brush, Colo. at the Marine Corps Camp Lejeune, N. C. Base, HENDERSON COUNTY- Driving while intoxicated resulted in a $300 fine this week in Traffic Division of circuit court for Benjamine A. Ishmael, 43, Monmouth. ( „ George E. Johnson, 43, Kirkwood, was fined $250 for reckless driving. Virginia M. Hutson, 51, Carman, paid $25 for illegal transportation of liquor. Steven C. Inghram, 24, Media, paid $20 for speeding. A $15 speeding fine was paid by George D. Showalter, 18, Galesburg. Others fined $15 were Leo Myers, 23, Milan, permitting an unauthorized person to drive; Frederick Hotchkins, 23, Mount Pleasant, Iowa, no valid regis tration, and Ronald E. John, 27, Oquawka, stop sign violation. Paying $10 fines this week in traffic court were Edward Dixon, 56, Oquawka, failing to yield the right of way; Sandra K Leduc, 27, Gladstone, stop sign violation, and Harold H. Wense'„ 63, Carman, no valid safety test. Cars driven by Oscar S. LeRoy, 79, 92 Madison St., and Fire Calls Firemen were called to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson, 241 Day St., when a rug on a register caught fire Friday at 11:03 a.m. The rug was placed on the back porch where it caught siding and the storm door on fire. Loss was listed as "light" on department records. Thefts Knox County Sheriff's deputies this morning were investigating reports of a break-in at the Strode Garage at Maquon. No details of the incident or items stolen were available at noon. Traffic Accidents Ronald G. Timberlake, 22, Alpha, was taken to St. Mary's Hospital and later transferred to St. Francis Hospital at Peoria after his car left the road and rolled over twice on 111. 17 a half-mile west of 1-74 today at 2:15 a.m. According to Rock Island state police, the Timberlake car was westbound when it left the roadway, traveled 162 feet, struck a route marker, traveled another 441 feet, flipping ovet twice. He was ?h#>wn from the car and ended 3£ 146 feet from it. Policemen-*who said the car evidently^Jvas traveling at a very high rate of speed, charged the driver with driving too fast for conditions. Karl Kaminski, 23, of Monmouth, was charged with a similar offense after his car left the road and struck a guardrail on the Henderson Blacktop just east of U.S. 150 Friday at 9:42 p.m. MONMOUTH — A car driven by Kevin Rosenbloom, 18, i.o- max, reportedly struck a cow on the Carman-Lomax blacktop Saturday at 1:30 a.m. Rosenbloom said he saw several cows on the road about' 1 six miles south of U.S. 34 and struck one belonging to Debra Johnson of Carman. No arrest was made. Highway patrolmen have been unable to locate the cow. A minor collision occurred at the intersection of U.S. 34 and U.S. 67, north of Monmouth, Friday at 1:25 p.m. Katherine S. Hutchinson, 22, Monmouth, and Barbara L. Fornoff, 24, Kewanee, were traveling west on U.S. 34. Miss Hutchinson's car was stopped at the intersection when the other auto reportedly stopped behind her, rolled forward and hit the rear of the Hutchinson vehicle causing minor damage to both vehicles. No arrests were made. A trailer became unhitched on U.S. 67 near 111. 116 Friday at 4 p.m. Rolland J. Cunningham, 59, Roseville, was pulling a farm trailer with his pickup truck when the hitch broke and the trailer went off the roiad and struck a phone pole. There was minor damage to both trailer and phone pole. No arrests were made. Circuit Court Harvey Scott, 18, 174 E. Fourth St., paid a $150 fine Friday in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of battery. He was one of six persons named in connection with the beating of Keith DeJaynes at Abingdon May 16. Muriel I. Shannon, 18, 1157 E. South St., and Regina Mae Washington, 17, 507 Iowa Court, each paid $10 fines for disorderly conduct. Thefts MONMOUTH - Mike Woerly, Maple City Trailer Court, reported that a 1966 Bultaco motorcycle had been stolen from his home between 9 p.m. Thursday and 5 p.m. Friday. Police are investigating. Mrs. Robert Dunston, 707 N. Sunny Lane, reported to police that someone had stolen a billfold Friday between 6:30 p.m. and 7:20 p.m. from her husband's office. It was recovered later. Kansas paid $3,200,588.92 for its state capitol, begun in 1866 and completed in 1903. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY-Mrs. Sharon A. (Johnson) Whitehall, 25, Keithsburg, and James E. Bridgford, 35, Aledo. Mrs. Carol J. (Gibbs) Bergquist, 31, Abingdon, and Dennis K. Bergquist, 33, 'Abingdon, Miss Elizabeth A. Bevard*, 20, 1561 N. Farnham St., and James E. Heckel, 20, 1564 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Mary L. (Joslin/) Kleiner, 47, Davenport, Iowa, and Bernard J. Kleiber, 38, 112 Kimberly Terrace. Miss Barbara K. Ramberg, 21, Chicago, and Randall K. Brown, 22, Summit. Miss Mary Ann Kalpackes, 48, 892 McClure St., and Howard D. Nail, 42, 892 McClure St. Miss Gail Ann Wagner, 22, Knox College, and Benjamin G. Tovrog, 23, Champaign. Mrs. Beverly Ann (Hanson) Baker, 44, Burlington, Iowa, and Wesley Dale Cone, 53, Burlington, Iowa. Miss Jean L. Thon^Si 17, Cameron, and Michael GLHow- erton, 18, of near Galesbiflfg. Miss Linda Rae Oelberg, 23, Wheeling, and Jeffrey C. Pedersen, 24, Des Plaines.

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