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DEATHS AND FUNERALS Gqlesburg Register-Moil, Galtsburg, Tuesday May 29, IS MORE OBITUARIES ON PAGE 26 Farmington Man Found Shot In Home FARMINGTON - A 45-year old resident here was pronounc cd dead on arrival Saturday at Graham Hospital, Canton, after he was shot In the chest at his home. William Junior Martin, 597 W. Fulton St., was taken to the hospital about 10:30 a.m. after the shooting incident which occurred in the living room of his home. Authorities in the office of Fulton County State's Atty. Robert Downs today said no arrests had been made pending the outcome of an investigation. A spokesman for the state's at torney today speculated the shooting was accidental, but refused further comment until results from polygraph tests be jng administered to family members are known. Martin was killed when a bul let from a large caliber handgun passed through his chest near his heart, authorities said. An autopsy was performed and an inquest will be scheduled by coroner George Kauzlarich. Martin was born Nov. 19, 1927 at Bunker, Mo. He married the former Eva Finch. He was an Army veteran of World War II, and a member of the First Church of the Nazafene, Farm* ington. Surviving along with the widow are his mother, Mrs. Mary Martin, Licking, Mo.; seven sons, Marty, Curtis, John, Jerold and Tom, all of Elmwood, and William and Douglas, at home; two brothers, Clarence, St. Louis, Mo., and Cecil Licking, Mo., and a sister, Mrs. Maye Boren, Licking, Mo. Also surviving are a stepbrother, Clyde West, Farmington, and a stepsister, Mrs. Myrtle Schieble, South BeV)it. Funeral will be Wednesday at p.m. at Smith and Ferguson Funeral Home, Licking, Mo Burial will be at Befork Cemetery near Bunker, Mo. Visitation will be Tuesday from 2-10 p.m. at the funeral home. W FINEST IN '% f FLORAL { t ! TRIBUTES Don's j Flower Shop ^ 56 FULTON MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Mrs. Richard (Mary E.) Burton 1317 Clark St. Galesburg Funeral Service 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, KNOXVILLE Interment Cherry Grove Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Canton. Visitation will Wednesday from 6-0 p.m. the chapel. be at MRS. WALTER L. DeWOLFE WILLIAMSFIELD - Mrs. Walter L. DeWolfe, 81, of Williamsfield, died at St. Mary's Hospital today at 4:25 a.m. The former Jesse L. Chapman was born near Ulah on Dec. 5, 1891. She was educated in rural schools and lived in the Galva and Williamsfield areas. She married Walter L. DeWolfe on Aug. 22, 1910. He died in October 1953. Surviving are a son, Kenneth DeWolfe, Williamsfield; three daughters, Mrs. Ralph. Gentry, Atkinson, Mrs. Paul Krans, Colona, and Mrs. Chalmer Catton Jr., Brimfield; a brother, Ray Chapman, Peoria; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Hayes and Mrs. James Friend, both of Peoria, Mrs. Inez Garrison, Elmore, Mrs. Robert Dunbar, Burlington, and Mrs. Grace Burch, Galesburg; 17 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Funeral will be at Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel, Williamsfield, Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Friends may call at the chapel Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. Burial will be at Williamsfield Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Crippled Children's Center at Peoria, the family said. HARRY L. CROEGAERT GALVA—Harry L. Croegaert, 73, Galva, died at his home today at 8 a.m. He was born at Annawan on Aug. 18, 1899. He married Elizabeth Cathelyn at Annawan on Dec. 26, 1925. He was educated in Annawan schools and farmed in the Mineral area before moving to Galva in 1960. He owned and operated the West End Tap before retiring in 1970. Surviving are his widow; a son, Orville Groegaert, Annawan; a brother, Arthur Croegaert, Annawan; two sisters, Mrs. Albert Cartoon, Pipestone, Minn., and Mrs. Howard Fogel, Moline, and two grandchildren. Funeral will be at St. John's Catholic Church, Galva, Friday at 10 a.m. Friends may call at Johnson - Gill - Schuster Chapel Thursday from 7-9 p.m., where prayers will be said at 8 p.m Burial will be at Atkinson Cemc tery. Memorials may be made to St. John's Catholic Church or the Henry County Farm Bureau, the family said. MRS. HOWARD W. STERLING Funeral for Mrs. Howard W. Sterling, 55, a District 205 special education teacher who died Saturday at her home, 1723 N. Academy St., was conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at Trinity Lu theran Church. Rev. Constant R. Johnson officiated, and burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ray Burger, Ralph Hendricks, Dr. E. Gordon Behrents, Dr. Carl Eisemann Jr., Richard Burgland and Webster Gehring Jr. Honorary pallbearers were Forrest Moburg, Willard Nyman, Kenneth Hardine, J. T. McFall, Dr. Kent Kleinkauf and Russell G. Johnson. ROY E. KETTERING MONMOUTH - Roy E. Kettering, 88, 601 E. Detroit Ave., died Monday at 4:30 p.m. at a Galesburg hospital. He was born Dee. 28, 1884, at Beatrice, Neb. He was reared and educated in the Monmouth area. He married Rachel Mae Saunders on Jan. 9, 1906, at Monmouth. She died Jan. 12, 1946. He married Freda Trone on March 19, 1949, at Astoria. He was a farmer. He was member of First Christian Church, supervisor of Lenox Township for a number of years, a member of the Farm Bureau and a director of the former Larchland school. Surviving with the widow are two daughters, Mrs. Myrle Beamer and Mrs. James (Margaret) Bricker, both of Monmouth; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two brothers, John Ray Kettering, Monmouth, and Ed Kettering, Fisherville, Ky.; a sister, Pearl Kettering, Monmouth, and a nephew, John Saunders, Village Park. Funeral is tentatively sched- Ied for Thursday at 3 p.m. at the Turnbuft Funeral Home. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the Turnbuil chapel Wednesday from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Memorials may be directed to First Christian Church, the family said Theft* Thieves broke windows to gain entry to two Junior high schools and two middle schools during the weekend. Glass in a door at Lombard junior High School was broken to allow thieves entry to the building. More than 1600 in photographic equipment was reported missing from a locked storeroom at the school although no signs of forced entry to the room were discovered. Glass in a door at the southeast corner of George Churchill Junior High School was broken to gain entry. Thieves had also entered a science classroom, but nothing was reported missing in the first check. A window in the learning center was broken to gain entry to King Middle School on South Farnham Street where thieves took four tape recorders, a tape player, adapter cords and three or four microphones. A window was also broken and entry was gained to Nielson Middle School on North Farnham Street. All break-ins were discovered between mid night and 2 p.m. Saturday. Police were checking the schools for fingerprints today. Harold Stites, 150 Cedar Ave., reported to police Sunday at 3:51 p.m that tools valued at more than $400 had been stolen from Beserra's Taco House, 301 W. Main St. a short time before he reported the theft. Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mr. Ottie C. Webb Jr. 110 S. Main St. Services 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY ' LARSON FUNERAL HOMK Friends may call at the Funeral Home this evening. Burial Abingdon Cemetery. Military rites will be conducted by Harry E. Wiles Post No. 381. —o— Mrs. Ethel Earel Joliet, III. Services 2 P.M. - THURSDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME Friends may call at the Funeral Home Wednesday evening. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. Whatever the [Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 121 N. BROAD 3424121 Johnson - Gill Schuster Chanel Galva - Williamsfield Harry L. Croegaert Age 73 Galva Funeral Service 10.00 A.M. - FRIDAY at ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Calling hours Thursday evening 7 to 9 at the Galva Chapel. Rosary 8 PM at the Galva Chapel. Memorials may be directed to the Crippled Children's Center in Peoria. —o— Mrs. Jessie DeWolfe Age 81 Williamsfield Funeral Services 1:30 P.M. - THURSDAY at the WILLIAMSFIELD CHAPEL Calling hours Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 at the Williamsfield Chapel. -hearsiiri-. fUNfRAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET mONE343 210} 6ALESBUR9 MR. EMIL B. (E. B.) WALKER - R 2 Cameron. Private services 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchiiff-Pearson- West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Cameron Christian Church Building Fund. —o— MR. JOHN R. WILSON - 914 S. Cedar St. Services 3 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchiiff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Henderson Cemetery, Henderson, 111. MRS. ETHEL E. EAREL ABINGDON - Mrs. Ethel E. Earel, 88, a former Abingdon resident, died at Sunny Hill Nursing Home, Joliet, Monday at 8:40 a.m. She was born at Abingdon, Va., March 20, 1885. She was a member of Abingdon United Methodist Church. She married Leslie Dale Earel in Galesburg in 1905. He died in 1934. Surviving are a son, Gay Earel of York, Pa.; a daughter, Mrs. Florence Blasio of New Lenox; a brother, Charles Hagy of Abingdon; a sister, Mrs. Georgia Asquith of Abingdon; two granddaughters, one great- grandson and two great-great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be at the Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon, Thursday at 2 p.m. Friends may call) at the funeral home Wednesday evening. Burial will EARL J. EARICSON VICTORIA-Funeral for Earl J. Earicson, 77, of Victoria, who died Saturday at 7:40 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was today at 1 p.m. at Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel, Galva. Burial was at Victoria Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Victoria United Methodist Church the family said. He was born June 7, 1895, near Victoria. He married Vera Nelson on May 31, 1917, at Galesburg. He attended the Evans ton Academy and the former Hed-jbe at Abingdon Cemetery ding College at Abingdon." He farmed in the Victoria area 54 years until retiring in 1970, when he moved to Victoria. He was an honorary trustee of the Victoria United Methodist Church, a charter member of the Knox County Farm Bureau, a director and appraiser for the S.V.E.A. Mutual Insurance Agency at Orion and had been county chairman of the Knox County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. He was also a member of the A. T. Darrah Masonic Lodge 793, AF & AM, Victoria, the Peoria Consistory, the Moham med Shrine, Peoria, and the Victoria Lions Club. Surviving with the widow are a brother, Wendell of Portland, Ore.: two sisters, Mrs. Ferdinand Brandl, Beaverton, Ore., and Mrs. Alice Jarnigan, Sas katchewan, Canada, and neices and nephews. Today's Record ROY O'DONNAL CANTON - Roy O'Donnal, 76, Canton, died today at 1:25 a.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. He was born Nov. 20, 1896, at Rock Island. He married the former Darlene Barnhart on Oct. 4, 1925, at Canton. After! her death, he married Ann Lockwood on May 6, 1957 at Canton. He was a member of the Evangelical United Methodist Church, Canton. Surviving with the widow are a son, LeRov of Canton; three daughters, Mrs. Wilma Rutledge, Knoxville, and Mrs. Helen Yocum and Mrs. Naomi Cleveland, both of Bushnell; two step-sons, Albert Lockwood, Galesburg, and LeRoy Lockwood, Peoria; a step-daughter, Mrs. Alice Chasteen, Canton; 12 grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Elva Hand Abshire, Galesburg. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Oaks Memorial Chanel, Canton, with Rev. Dean Austin officiating. Burial will be at Greenwood Cemetery, MRS. BETTY LOU COOK MONMOUTH—Mrs. Betty Lou Cook, 38, died Sunday at 6 a.m. at her home, 210 E. Franklin Ave. The former Betty Lou Gillaim was born March 9, 1935, in Warren County, where she was reared and educated. She married Richard Cook in September 1952 in Virginia. She worked at local restaurants for several years and for the past three years had served as a Warren County deputy clerk. Surviving are a daughter, Connie, and two sons, Randy and Rickey, all at home; her mother, Mrs. Doris Gillam, Monmouth, and four brothers, L. E. Gillam, Monmouth, Leroy Gillam, Cuba, Leonard Gillam, Wilmette and Lamar Gillam, Ottawa. Funeral was today at 2 p.m. at the Hoover Memorial Chapel. Dr. Willard Morris, pastor of Heritage United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Burial was at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be left at the Hoover Memorial Chapel, the family said. MONMOUTH — Police re ceived three reports during the weekend of flhef ts of tape ptay ens and tapes ton locked oars Mike linday, a resident at ithe fraternity complex ait 923 E Euclid Ave., said a $65 tape player and $75 worth of tapes were token from his car Mon day between midnight and 8:30 p.m. while the car was parked in a parking lot. George Milton reported that a $35 tape player and $25 worth of tapes were taken from his car. He said the theft occurred between Susday at 4 p .m. and today at 7 a.m. while the car was parked in front of his residence at Cleland Hall. Ltoyd Wall, 119 S. Sixth St., repented to police Monday ait 10:20 a .m. that a tape player and tapes with a total value of $200 were stolen from his car whale ilt was parked in front of has home. He said the theft happened between Sunday at 11 p.m. and Monday at 9 a.m. Martha Shumck, 200 E. Harlem Ave., reported to police Monday at 11:12 p.m. tot her car had been stolen from the perking lot at t h e American Legion buidiing shortly before if/he time of tfhe report. The car was recovered early today from 12th Street near old U.S. 34 Traffic Accidents No serious injuries were reported in a series of traffic mishaps investigated by Galesburg police during the Memorial Day weekend. Leonard Sanchez, 36, 460 W. Knox St., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his car struck the back of one driven by Cheryl D. Murray, 17, 1116 Bateman St., Saturday at 10:56 a.m. at the corner of Henderson and North streets. Anna V. Aline, 89, 1256 Jefferson St., allegedly backed her car into one driven by David L. Grant, 26, North Lake, Sat urday at 11:24 a.m. in the muni cipal parking lot near the cor ner of Seminary and Ferris streets. There were no tickets. Ronald E. Powell, 19, 863 W. Third St., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his car hit the back of one driven by Raymond W. Rose, 29, Knoxville, Satur day at 1:50 p.m. in the 1000 block of North Henderson Street. A ticket for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident was issued to Richard E. Spitzig, 18, St. Augustine, after his car struck the back of one driven by Dennis Volkner, 18, of near Galesburg, pushing the Vollmer vehicle into the back of one operated by Patricia A. Bern, 22, 198 N. Pearl St. The mishap occurred Saturday shortly after 8 p.m. at the corner of Henderson and Dayton streets. Larry Taylor, 25, Batavia, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and driving without a valid license after his car struck a parked truck owned by Action Lumber Co., Columbus, Ohio, Sunday at 3:28 a.m. in the 500 block of West Main Street. Taylor was picked up a short time later by a police officer enroute to the accident scene who spotted his damaged car. Norman Oeth, 22, 824 E. Brooks St., was charged with a speed restriction violation after his car was involved in a colli sion Sunday at 11:05 a.m. with one driven by Larry A. Gatt, 34, 2048 Grand Ave., at the corner of South and Pine streets. No tickets were issued after a collision Sunday at 1:46 p.m. Altgeyer's. Paulus was charged with following too close. Dennis A. Terpening, 19, Kirkwood, told police he went to sleep at the wheel in a 1-car accident Sunday at 1 a.m. on the Smithshire road about two miles southeast of U.S. 34. Terpening's car ran off the west side of the road, struck a fence and overturned. Terpening was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. A car driven by Lynda Kiechle, 26, Ottumwa, Iowa, skidded into a ditch by U.S. 34 about six miles west of Monmouth Sunday at 11:05 a.m. Mrs. Kiechle told police she lost control of the car when it struck a patch of water on the road. Cars driven by Elmer L. Rei- molos, 44, Little York, and David E. Upton, 16, 206 S. C St., collided Saturday at 2:11 p.m. at the corner of Third Avenue and A Street. Reimolos was driving west on Third Avenue and Upton was southbound on A Street. Upton was charged with driving too fast for conditions. Roger D. Brewer, 17, 611 S. Sixth St., and Mrs. Peggy D. Montroy, 36, 121 E. Harlem Ave., were involved in a 2-car accident Saturday at 1:26 p.m. in the 600 block of North Main Street. Brewer had stopped his car for the traffic light at Euclid Avenue when it was struck from behind by the Montroy auto. Mrs. Montroy was charged with driving too fast for conditions. admitted to police that he earlier took a bicycle belonging to another Galesburg resident. Henry R. Gutierrez, 30, 1054 E Brooks St., was arrested Sunday at 9:30 p.m. for battery after he allegedly beat his wife. A. C. Hurbert, 48, artd his wife, Wanda J. Hurbert, 36, both of 490 W. Brooks St., were arrested Monday at 3:43 a.m. for disorderly conduct — fighting, after an alleged incident at their home. She was reportedly armed with a butcher knife, and he reportedly had a long foflt. The husband was taken to St. Mary's Hospital for treatment of a cut. Rodney Murray, 20,1461 Lind- scy Rd., was charged with criminal damage to property Monday about 12:55 a.m. after he allegedly pounded on a car, owned by another Galesburg resident, with a tire iron. Police said the damaged auto had a gash in its hood and a smashed windshield. Ann M. Pritchard, 17, 1141 Eeecher Ave., was charged Friday with possession' of marijuana after police said they found a quantity of the substance and various smoking' apparatus at her home. Several other local youths at the Pritchard residence were questioned and released without being charged. Police were reportedly called to the home when • the youths attempted-to have some beer delivered. on Jan. 14, 1922, in Clinton, Iowa. She survives. Private family services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchiiff - Pearson - West Chapel, and burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. The family said memorials may be made to the Cameron Christian Church Building Fund. JOHN R. WILSON John R. Wilson, 67, of 914 S. Cedar St., died Monday at 1:35 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He was a self-employed sheet metal worker 25 years and retired in 1967. He was born May 18, 1906, in Williamstown, Ky., and had lived in Galesburg 45 years. He married Thslma Morris in Williamstown Oct. 22,1938. She survives with two sons, Richard and Donald of Galesburg; two brothers, William H. of Henderson and Louis E. of Cincinnati; a sister, Mrs. L. E. Day of Corinth, Ky., and four grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Hinchiiff -Pearson-West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be at Henderson Cemetery. OTIS PRATT TOULON - Otis Pratt, 74, of Toulon died Sunday at 6 p.m. at Kewanee Public Hospital. He was born Feb. 15, 1899, in PrinceviUe. He married Erma Malone on Sept. 2, 1925. She died April 12, 1973. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Newton (Marilyn) Wilkinson, and two grandsons. Funeral will be today at Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon. Burial will be in Toulon Cemetery. Mausoleums and Monuments McfAll MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St Galesburg. HI. Phone 342-R51Z E. B. WALKER Emil B. (E. B.) Walker, 74. of Cameron Route 2 died at Methodist Hospital, Peoria, Sunday at 12:05 p.m. He had been a feed salesman for the Harold N. Simpson Co., Chicago and retired in 1967. He was born March 15, 1900, in Lamar, Mo., and attended Galesburg schools. He married Mabel F. Gilman OTTIE C. WEBB ABINGDON — Obtue C. Webb Jr., 50, of 110 S. Main St., died ait Sit. Mary's Hospital, Gales- huirig, Sunday ait 5:40 p.m. He was bom at Fairfax, Okia., Feb. 26, 1923. He had lived for 1he past seven years in Abingdon, where he operated a shoe repair shop. He mairried iBetity Cfoerovsky ait Lincoln, Neb., June 9, 1960. She survives with his mother, Mrs, Inez Webb, Oklahoma Oity, OWa.; seven sons, OlfcLe Webb ni, James Webb and Ralph Webb, ail of Tulsa, Okla., Bradley, Philippe and Douglas Webb, ail oif Sioux City, Iowa, amd Stephen Webb of Galesburg; two daughters, Mrs. Joyce Boiling of California and Mms. Sihiaron McBride of Sioux City; a brother, Henry Webb of Oklahoma City, and 11 grandchildren. He was a World War II veteran, serving with the U.S. Navy. Funeral will be ait Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon, Wednesday ait 2 p.m. Friends may call thus evening at the funeral home. Burial will be ait Abingdon Cemeiery. in the 100 block of Soangetaha Road, involving cars driven by John C. Root, 85, on address listed, and Christopher M. Wilcox, 19, of near Galesburg. Two passengers in a car driven by Angela M. Trent, 18, 150 W. Second Ave., were treated for minor injuries after the Trent car was hit by one driven by Gary E. Bowman, 20, 838 E. Second St., Sunday about 4 p.m. at the corner of Day and Berrien streets. Angela Trent was cited for failing to yield j the right of way, Linda K. Dennison, 19, Kewanee, was charged with a lane violation after her car hit one driven by Robert P. Harris, 28, 60 S. Pleasant Ave., Sunday at 4:04 p.m. at the corner of Henderson and Dayton streets, pushing the Harris car into a traffic signal pole. A ticket for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident was issued to Janice D. Pruett, 18, Woodhull, after her auto hit the back of one driven by Michael D. Kidder, 17, Lake Bracken, Sunday at 8:54 p.m. at the corner of Main Street and Park Plaza entrance. Sam J. Martinez, 56, 1142 Jefferson St., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his car hit the back of one driven by Janet K. Bland, 32, 1109 N. Cherry St., Monday at 1:09 p.m. in the 1400 block of North Henderson Street. A car driven by Bernard F. Jorgonson, 74, 59 N. Elm St., hit one driven by Kevin Sullivan, 17, 363 Holton St., Monday at 9:26 p.m. at the corner of Farnham and Main streets. There were no charges. MONMOUTH-Julius Claeys, 55, Davenport, Iowa was charged with improper backing after he was involved in a 2-car accident Sunday at 12:05 p.m. on U.S. 34 about one-tenth of a mile west of the Cameron blacktop. Claeys reportedly backed onto U.S. 34 into the path of a car driven by Vernon R. Anderson, 19, New Auburn, Wis. Another accident involving cars driven by David Allgeyer, 24, Galesburg, and Girard Paulus, 23, Chester, occurred at the scene of the first accident about five minutes after it happened. Allgeyer was driving west and stopped for traffic at the accident scene. Paulus, who was following the Allgeyer car, could not get his auto stopped in time and struck the rear of Traffic Court Speeding fines were paid Saturday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court by McArthur Anderson, 26, Davenport, $18; Robert W. Means, 52, Oquawka, $11; Michael A. Johnson, 18, Peoria, $14, and Daniel A. Diehl, 24, Indianauolis, Ind., $13. (Fined $10 for speeding were Kai'Jhleen J. Spicher, 22, Ab ingdon; Thomas G. Legge, 23 186 Maple Ave., and Allen V, Hawk, 39, 535 W. South St. Muffler violations resulted in $10 fines for Jimmy L. De- Jiaynes, 28, Abingdon; Lewis E. Bloomgren, 19, Waibaga, and 1 Samuel L. Caldwell, 22, 1765 Beecher Ave. Caldwell also paid $10 for failing to display a headlight. OCihers fined $10 Saturday were Ruby F. Johnson, 40, 521 E. Second St., traffic signal violation; JuMe A. Burke, 15, 582 Monmouth Blvd., failing to wear protective eye equipment on a motorcycle; Barbara J. Kindred, 27, Altona, lane viola- toon, and John L. Wade, 40, Belle Glade, Fla., no valid safety test. Roberto J. Perez, 20, Chicago, was taken into custody' by Galesburg police Saturday about 3:50 p.m. on a warrant from Dallas, Tex., charging him with a probation violation'. A second man, Felipe Carbajal Sosa, 27, no address listed, was also taken into custody and charged with entering the U.S. illegally. Sosa was later released when federal immigration authorities said they had no one to come after him. The men were arrested near the corner of Cedar and Fifth streets. Vandalism Norman Weaver, owner of Galesburg Bus Co., 1683 Grand Ave., reported to police Sunday at 8:47 a.m. that vandals had broken windows from buses and from the front overhead door of the bus garage. MONMOUTH — Vandals caused about $540 damage sometime today between 2:15-2:45 a.m. at Ray Green Motors, 1349 S. Main St. According to a report made to police, they caused $40 damage by breaking the glass from an overhead door and $500 damage by pouring yellow paint on a new Cadillac. Arrests Mark. F. Springer, 21, 1122 Spruce St., was charged Monday with several traffic and firearms violations after his car was stopped by Galesburg police in the 200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue. Springer was cited for having no owners' identification card, carrying an uncased gun, excessive acceleration, driving with unsafe tires, and a wheel tax sticker violation. Police said they stopped Springer's car after he allegedly was driving recklessly. Charles L. Smith, 21, Altona, was' arrested today at 2:17 a.m. near the intersection of Main and Farnham streets for possession of marijuana. Smith was stopped and searched by police after he was acting suspiciously, officers said. He reportedly agreed to the search that turned up the marijuana. James C. Creighton Jr., 17, 1387 Hollycrest Cr., was arrested Monday about 7:15 p.m. for disorderly conduct after an alleged incident earlier in which five small children accused Creighton of exposing himself. A 15-year-old Galesburg youth was arrested Monday for theft over $150 after he reportedly Vicki L. Sublett, 17, St. Augustine, was charged with theft under $150 — shoplifting, after she was taken into custody by store officials at Arlans De- partmnt store, 1280 N. Henderson St., Sunday about 3:20 p.m. Ronald Peterson, 29, and his wife Martha, 27, both of Galva, were arrested Sunday at' 5:16 p.m. for disorderly conduct. ,james Jones, 42, also of Galva, was charged with the same offense after the three allegedly created a disturbance" at a Galesburg restaurant during a nolice investigation of a "theft. Martha Peterson was also cited for resisting arrest. . George D. Cutter, 52, Lincoln, Neb., was arrested Sunday about 3 p.m. at the Burlington Northern Railroad depot for public intoxication. John Porter Fox, 44, MqrriK- town, Tenn., was taken into custody for public intoxication Monday about 3:45 p.m. in the first block of South Seminary Street. MONMOUTH - Barry C. Swanson, 23, 9 McEwen Court, was charged Monday ait 12:38 a.m. /with speeding and illegal 'transportation cf liquor. Michael E. Williams, 16, 914 S. B St., a passenger in the Swanson car when it was stopped in 'the 600 block of'§outh Main S'reet, was also charged with illegal transportaitioo of liquor. Ricky J. Cunningham, 1 21, Rcsevile, was charged Sunday ait 1:45 a.m. wii'Jh driving while intoxicated. Fire Calls Galesburf firefighters reported no loss as they checked two reports of overheated furnaces during the weekend. The first call came at 7:38 p.m. Saturday at 425 W. Fremont St. A second alarm was turned in Sunday at 3:03 a.m. at Carver Community Center, Depot and Berrien streets. No fire loss was reported when firemen were called to investigate a report of a blaze in a Salvation Army drop box near the corner of Kellogg and North streets Sunday at 7:1U p.m. Read Dies RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. (UPI) - Eddie Read, publicity director for the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club since 1937, died Monday of a heart attack at the age of 56.

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