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Thursday, June 7, 1973
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DEATHS GEORGE L. MOORBJ SANTA CLARA, Calif. George Lyndon Moore, 65, Santa Clara, Catff., a former Abingdon resident, died Tuesday at his home. He was born Jan, 29, 1008, at Abingdon. He married Vivian Weidenhamer on Feb. 14, 19^4. Surviving with the Widow are two sisters, Mrs. Max (Anabel) Spurgeon, Knoxville. and Mrs. Helen Petrio, Galcsburg Route 4, and nieces and nephews, Masonic services will be held Friday at the Harmon 0, Smith Funeral Home, Santa Clara. Military services and burial Wi\l be at the Veterans Cemetery, San Jose, Calif. MRS. LILLIAN MILLER Mrs. Lillian Miller, 74, died Wednesday at 2;30 p.m, at her home at Moon Towers. She was born April 14, 1899, in Monmouth and married Clyde F. Miller in Minnesota June 10, 1920. He died in 1967. Surviving are three sons, Robert E., Earl C. and Clyde E„ all of Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Donna Edwardson, Galesburg; two sisters, Mrs, Edith Thompson, Galesburg, and Mrs, Emma Walker, Rock Island; 21 grandchildren, and nine great­ grandchildren. She was a member of First United Methodist Church. Sho had been a cashier at the former American Beauty Restaurant. Funeral will be Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may caU Friday evening, Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, MRS. ALICE E. MITCHELL Mrs. Alice E. Mitchell, 68, of 187 W. Waters St. died Wednesday at 3 p.m. ait St. Mary's HoS'j pital. The former Alice Mqirice was born May 1, 1905, at LaGrange, Mo,, and ; married Lawrence Mitchell in Galesburg Aug. 17, 1926, He survives with, a son Lawrence ~Jr„ Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Frances Wilder, Galesburg, and two grandchildren, Funeral will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Hlnchli&PeafBdn* Wait Chapel, and burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call Friday ave. ning at the chapel or at 538 W. Tompkins St. in i Jmni |i MRS. MARY B. BRIMMER Mrs. Mary B, Brimmer, 83, of Galcsburg Route 2 died at 3:10 a.m. today at Cottage Hos* pital. She was born June 9, J890, at LaPortc, Ind., and married Fred A. Brimmer at Fort Madison on Feb. 13, 1908. He died in 1950. She l/lvcd in Marshalltown for many years and in Galcsburg the last 11. Surviving arc two sons, Jack of Green valley and Robert of Marshalltown; thred daughters, Mrs. Helen Snodgrass of Galesburg, Mrs. Mary Alice Knox of Monmouth and Mrs. Faye Stafford of Elk Grove, Calif.; 29 grandchildren, 71 great-grandchildren and five great-great­ grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Riverside Cemetery In Marshalltown. There will be no visitation. Whoever the rQqcasion WILL "SAY XT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N, BROAD 342*8121 KENNETH G. OSBORNE CAMBRIDGE -Kenneth Glenn Osborne, 57, / Ramona, Calif., formerly of Galesburg and Kewanee, was killed in an automobile accident Wednesday morning on 111. 64 seven miles east of Oregon, 111. He was born Feb. 23, 1916, at Kewanee. He married Mildred Franklin on June 10, 1939, at Kewanee, He was a member of the United Brotherhogd of Carpenters and Joiners, Los Angeles. Surviving with the widow, are hig step-father, Milem Robert son, Cambridge; three sons, David, Robert and Michael, aj ( l of Ramona; three daughters, Shaaron, Linda and Deborah, all of Ramona; 12 grandchildren; two half-brothers, James and Laverne Robertson, both of Cambridge; a half-sister, Mrs. Glenn (Lina Mae) Engstrom, Galva, and a step-sister, Mrs. Richard (Jaqueline) Nystrom, Geneseo. Funeral and burial will be next Monday at Ramona, Calif. Visitation wi\l be today from 7-9 p.m. at the Stackhouse- Schueneman Funeral Home, Cambridge. W. C. BROWN DALLAS, Tex.—W. C. Brown, 93, Dallas, Tqx„ formerly of Galesburg, died June 1 at Dallas. He married Alpha Winquist at Galesburg. He was part owner and op* orator of the former DuVon and Brown Bakery, located at 561 E, Main St. during the flrit part of the century, MRS. JAMES JOHNSON GALVA — Funeral for Mrs. James Johnson, 48, a native of Galva who died here Sunday, was conducted at St, John's Catholic Church Wednesday at 10 a,m, by Rev, Leo Bates, pas tor. Burial was at St, John's Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Tarleton, Frank Pratt, Doan Mosher, Vernon Arte, Dale Johnson and Ralph Marshall. GROVER C. GROSS Grovor C. Gross, 84, of 310 W. Second St. died at 3 a.m. today at St. Mary's Hospital. He was bom Aug. 26, 1883, at Burr Oak, Mich., and married Nellie Ryan at Kewanee in 1911, She preceded him in death. Surviving are two children, Stanley F., Galesburg, and Mrs. Earl Nelson, Lakewood, Calif., and five grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted Saturday at 11 a.m at Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at Hlnchliff- Pearson-West Chapel Friday evening. HOSPITAL NOTES GoieSburg Register-Moil, Golesbuf-g, Thursday, June 7, 1973 11 MRS. BLANCHE LESTER Funeral for Mrs. Blanche M. Lester, 89, of 927 E. Knox St., who died Tuesday, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church, Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Rocky G„ Gerald V., Daniel and John Lester, Ronald Erickson and Roger Schv,farz. Hinchllff- marine 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1Q7Q WEST FRIMONTSTREET GAUSfiURfl MRS. LILLIAN C. GRABILL - 85 W. North St. Private family services will be Friday at Hinchliff.'Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call thjs evening at the Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —o— MRS, ALMA E, ANDERSON -r 356 Oak St, Services 1:30 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel, Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. ROBERT L. MACARI ~ 1265 Campbell Ave. Grave, side services 3 P.M. Friday at Memorial Park Cemetery, There will be no visitation. —o— MRS, GAYLQRD L, SEIBERT - 1850 E. North St. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at Hlnchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, Friends may call at the chapel Friday evening, Burial «t Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. —(>— MR, OROVER C. GROSS *- 310 W, 3nd St, Graveside services II A.M. Saturday at Memorial Park Came- lery, Friends may call at the chapel Friday evening, Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery, MRS, LILLIAN C, MILLER - 170 S. West St. Services 11:30 A.M. Saturday at liinehiiff-Pesrson-West Chapel, Friends may call at the chapel Friday evening. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —a— MRS. MARY B. BRIMMER - Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Knoxville, III. Graveside services 11:30 A.M. Saturday at the Riverside Cemetery, Marshalltown, la. There will be no visitation. '"' 1 side Cemetery. Burial at the River* —o— MRS. LAWRENCE MITCHELL, SR. - 187 W, Waters St. Services 1:30 P,M. Saturday at Hinchliff'Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel Friday evening or at the Wilder residence, 538 W. Tompkins St. Burial at E. Linwood Cemetery. —o— V1RS. TILLIE HUMES - RR I, Galesburg. Services |:30 P,M, Saturday at llio Messiah Lutheran Church, llen^ dcrson Grove, 111. Friends may call at the chapel Friday evening. Burial at (ho M(. Vernon Cumelftry, N. Henderson, Jll. Memorials may be made to the Messiah Lutheran Church. THOMAS R. GREEN GLENDALE, Calif.-Funeral for Thomas R. Green, 93, of Glendale, Calif., who died Monday, was today at Glendale. Burial was at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale.. He married Alta Mathis, a former Galesburg resident. He was graduated from Aurora College, and was later a college missionary in India. Surviving with the widow is a step-daughter, Mrs. Dan Holloway, Glendale. M. E. STANDARD BURLINGTON, Iowa - M. E. Standard, formerly of Milton, Iowa, died Wednesday at Burlington, Iowa. Surviving are two sonSi Richard E. Standard, of near Galesburg, and J. W. Standard, Burlington, Iowa; a brother, George Standard, El Centro, Calif,; two sisters, Mrs. Harold Hargrove, Republic, Mo., and Mrs, L, W, Aery, Show Low, Ariz,. 11 grandchildren and eight great' grandchildren, ~ Funeral will be Saturday at Welborn Funeral Home, Milton, Iowa. Burial will be at the IOOF Cemetery, Bloomfield, Iowa. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY! Mrs, Tkfomh h. SvSftdswi, Mni, Ludfwla L. Jones, 1056 S. KftMogg Si Jtofewawry M. Owisitcen, lift Ohio Ave, iMiro. n ^emade McKAc, 956 CoflumtoM Ave. Mini. Ira W. Horn, 67ft E, Second st. Mirn, NeMd* M. Dowwaird, Aiblmgdion Howard E. Baldwin, 34 Silver Sit. Mrs, Mary E. iDoweil, Mwinvoutih Nancy J, Oawpibell, 60 Sheldon Si. Airraid It. -lanswn, West Lake • Storey Trail/tor Court Jofifeiry L. Hiairi^om, 50 N. Wihlilicaiboro St. Mas, ICaifchcdnc A. Bowcn, (50 N. Fim St. Mrs. Beverly J. Hempfing, 512 E. Dayton St. Mrs. Kialtitoryn L. PhilUs, 1080 N. Pinaldo St. Mrs. A. Joan Watkins, iAlbtagKkm Mrs. Kaluhileen A. Grieme, 1033 N. Waslt St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: James A. Biatitin, Buslfoneli Jiotoe M. Stouit, 1290 Jeiftoon St. MJns. iMariaminie V. Haigrelius Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. Rebecca S. Derry, 832 Greantoaif S)';. Wamdil D. Shook, Manroouth- Frank J. Beck. 456 S. Pearl St. Michelle A. DaiPorite, . 1287 Maple Ave. Dinarae A, Sprinkle, 1548 Williams St. Mirs. iM/airy C. Airmstmong, 497 E. Second St. MIPS. Ruiih H. Alley, 169 Sumner St. .Mrs. Teinri L. Way, Abingdon Mrs. Jiaoet G. Martin, 75a N, ©road St. iDOWM IR. Erasfey, 1388 iMoisfiier AJve. Jlaimjeis E, Colwetl, Oneida Kevin 'L. Imgles, Box 207 Mns. Carole J- Maickey, Oquajwk'a Mtes Um !R. iLogian, 573 N. iPiriaiimie St. Dennis S. Gedeinberg, Rio Mire. Om Amdeinsion, WoodhuM Mfes Hazel A.- Pielieirsioin, 115 N. Chambers St, Mrs. Gliomiia J, Taylor, AHpha Mrs, immrn WMfems, New Wlira»ep Mrs. Weva h, Gilbert, Laura St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY! Jack ft Brook«, Tecmmaelh, Mich. Htomer (km, 410W.TWfdSt. Mrs. Sharon I. Gillette, 1111 tLyimian St. Mns. Dwoithy iHtocwede!, 276 E. Berrien St. Miss Barbam A. Huffman, Vtotoria Fred L. Hugg, AippJiegialtJo East Jimmy L, Lwgcor, M Pine St, Glenn E. MoNcM, Waitaga Mhn Alice K, MiOcMl, 187 W. Wailiers St. Mim im May iTWbetits, lAlbdmigd/on Itobcrt L. Rupert, 1319 S..Chambers St. (pdtor J. Shiairptos, Knoxville Mayo Shienmian, 357 S, Pmatate St. Furled D. Smith, Ttaulon Temry Stiungeon, Keiwianee Geoirge V. WecabflaiM, Oneidia Mrs. Matry M. Wtoon, 661 Wiilaird Si William D. Young, 750 S. Semimairy St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Miss Gwen J. Allien, 372 Day St. Jiaimes A. Nelson, WiliiiiaimisfWid Mips. Mayimie iLaigomiairciino, 1470 N. West St. Joseph T. Duffy, 242 S. Semiioary St. Cleifcus C. Freemain, 849 S. Seminary St. iMrs. Awa IL. Waitermtan, iKnoxviUe iMrs. Shirley Sullivan, Kewanee Miiss Susan Lynn Adams, 998 W. Nontlh St. Mre. Juditih Wilson, 418 Pine St. Tiimiqithy GodisM,- 817 E. Brooks St. Brett At 'Homer, Avon Paul A, H'om'eir Jr., Avon MPS . Dqrmia (L. Hook, iMaquon Oiwles M. Roeie, (119*1 iDame Ave. Fnainciia Butler, 2015 E. BVDain Sit. MRS. WILLIAM MUSSER MEDIA — Mrs. William Musser, 85, cif near Media, died Weinieadiay ali 8:20 a.m. ait Bur- linra'ioin Memorial Hospital, The foirmer K. Leolia Newton was born Feb. 27, 1888, at Bwke's Giarden, Via., land miar- rted Wi3tem Musser Mwcbi 1, 1017, ©it 'KirkwoiQ'd. Sho -waii e merrtbeir ojf Media Umlt&d Pre'atoyCieriiain Ohurch, Surviving with her ii^sband are » wn, R<ay af Simjittehire; a diawgWe**, Mrs. Donna Bowling, 'QurUnQton; ^ eranilcMl* dren, « grcajt-giraiiidiclhiW and a siaier, Mrs, Cothaird Rankin, Slirqnig'hu^t, FuiWflj wiij be Friday at 1:30 p.m. Bit Wie Fiedler Funeral Htoni'e, Si'Dwg'h'ursi, with Dr, Johi'i C, Oa«i;Je, 'pastor of Media Unitel PjwbyiteJiian Qhujvh, oN ficjiai'liig. Biiniai will be at Center Cliv>v§ Cemetery, KJrk" wood, VJsitati'Qn will be today from 7-8 p.m. ait the funeral home, brother, Walter of New Boston; three sisters, Mrs, Clint Welch, Oquawka, Mrs. Vena Cameron, Keithsburg, and Mrs. Ruby Londerggn, Joliet, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at New Boston United Methodist Church, with Rev. Pobert, D, Rosebraugh, pastor, officiating. Burial wiU be at New Boston Cemetery, Visita* tion will be any time after 1 n,m, today at the Olin Funeral Home, Joy, where the family Will be present Friday from 7-9 p,m, Memorials may be made to Muscatine General Hospital, the family said. ROBERT F. HAYS NEW BOSTON - Robert F. Hays, 70, of New Boston, died Wednesday at 1:25, at Muscatine General Hospital. He was born May 25, 1003, at Oquawka. He married Eileen Stearns on Oct. 24, 1025, at Davenport. I{o farmed in the New Boston area most of his life, and was u member of New Boston United Methodist Church. KiiH'ivwiu with i v ie widow ure •i son. Rnbr-I o< - Chillicothe; 'W'j (Idir/hlers, Mrs. Charles (Ann) Cox, Peoria, and Mrs. Morlili (Hingpr) Elliott, Monmouth; 10 grandchildren; a MRS. CECIL PICKREL SHERRARD - Mrs. Cecil Piqkrel, 75, Sherrard, formerly of Gil-son 'and Oneida, died Tuesday ait 8 p.m. in her home. The former Lucille Wynran was bom July 23, 1897, at Ma. quon and married Cecil Pjgkrel on Nov. 18, 1921, at Peoria. She-was educated in Giil&pn and Oneida schools, and worked as a practical nurse in Oneida. She farmed with her husband near Gllsgn until moving to Viola in 1942. She moved to Steward in 1066, She was o! Protestant faith, Surviving are her son, Donald of Woodihull; two daughters, Mrs. Marj-orie Bnasmer and Mrs, Joyce Pruett, both of Sherrard; 11 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Crummy Funeral Home, Viola, Burial will be at Gilson Cemetery, Friends may call at the funeral home any time bsfore the service, Liquor Probe Causes Firing: Commissioner (Continued From Page 2) Today's Record .Traffic Accidents No injuries were reported in three traffic mishaps investigated Wednesday by Galesburg police. A ticket for failing to yield the tight of way was issued to RortUld D. Clevenger, 20, 121 W. Fremont St,, after his car Striick a taxi operated by Leslie D, Jasperson, 30, 1681 Maple Ave,, about 8:30 a.m. at the corner of Mulberry and Locust streets. A car driven by Rebecca S, Sottos, 20, 901 Lyman St., hit the back of a pickup operated by Everett J. Westbcrg, 48, 3360 Windsor Ct,, at 2:30 p.m. at the corner of Main and Academy streets. There were no charges. A car driven by lone V. Belt, 64 , 997 McClure St„ struck a utility pole about 7:50 p,m, in the 200 blpck of East South Street. No tickets were issued. MONMOUTH - Virgil P. William Jr., 30, Mexico, Mo., escaped injury today at 1:05 a.m. when the truck he was driving overturned on U.S. 67 about two miles north of 111. 116. William was driving north and told poMce he fell asleep. The truck swerved across the road and overturned on the shoulder. William was charged with wrong lane usage. MONMOUTH - Mrs. Myrtle G. Wallace, 83, 1030 E. Third Ave., was charged Wednesday at 3:29 p.m. with wrong lane usage. Mrs. Wallace was driving her car south in the 500 tyock of South Main Street when it swerved and struck the median strip, skidded across the road and hit a railroad crossing signal. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY Miss Barbara J. Krupps, 24, 465 N. Pleasant Ave,, and Bradley C. Downing Jr., 23, DowrteifS Grove. Miss Elizabeth Jeanne Boc* card, 10, Northbrook, and John Michael Healey, 22, 1557 S. Seminary St. Miss Teresra Marie Garza, 17, 159 Olive St., and Roger Alan Smith, 18, 771 E. Knox St. KNOX COUNTY —Rite Gayle (Asher) Taylor, 25, of near Galesburg, and Thomas D. Anderson, 28, Berwick, Sheila M. Davie, 18, and Kendal L. Myers, 21, both of Abingdon, Mrs. Deborah J. (Clrlmotlch) Wlobcrt, 25, 391. N. Broad St., and Marshall G. Maggard, 40, 1215 W. Grove St. • Cathy Mario Wilkins, 20, 1039 E. Filth St., and Duano Harold Martin, 21, Greenville, S.C. Mrs. Voletta G. (Lindsay) Meydam, 63, Peoria, and F. Verne Overend, 58, Leesburg, Fk. Mrs. Linda J. (Pennington) Cannon, 32, 1150 N. Broad St. and Barr W. Hayes, 46, 897 E. Fremont St. MCDONOUGH.COUNTY - A marriage license was issued last week by the McDonougb County clerk's office to Richard Andrew Thorman, of near Bushnell, and Roberta Ann Thrasher, Good Hope. Arrests Three persons were arrested Wednesday and earl t y today for dlsorderry conduct. Carl E. Carlson, 72, 368 W. Tompkins St., was taken Into custody Wednesday at 3:38 p.m. in the first block of South Cherry Street. William C. Martin, 59, Denver, Colo., was charged after an incident Wednesday at 9:38 p,m. in the 200 block of South Seminary Street. William D. Price, 24, 374 S. Pearl $t,, was arrested today at 1:20 ft.m. after his motorcycle was stopped in the 400 block of East Main Street. Ho. was a\so charged with excessive noise. MONMOUTH - John W. Pippin, 49, 907 S. B St., was charged Wednesday at 11:25 p.m. with aggravated assault. The charge was made on complaint of Charles Scarles. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to the United Facilities Warehouse, 1557 S. Henderson St,, Wednesday at 7:52 p.m when an automatic alarm system malfunctioned — the fourth such incident in two days, There was no fire, and the alarm system as being checked, 'according to fire department officials. MONMOUTH — Monmouth firefighters were called Wednesday at 2:35 p.m. to the home of John Holhs, 600 E. Girard Ave., to extinguish a fire on a back porch. . Fire Chief Virgil Nelson sajti the fire was reported by neigh bors, who realized there was no one home. Nelson said the fire, which apparently started in a trash can, caused some damage to the perch and smoke damage to the interior of the house. firing of Johnson is an "appar ent cover-up attempt" related to the liquor commission probe of the alleged illegal contribution to Walker's campaign by Anthony Angeles, who later was named by the governor to head the state Department of. Insurance. Johnson's predecessor as loommission head Donald Adams of Qulncy, also was ousted by Walker after announcing he was investigating Angelos. Get to the Bottom "It is becoming increasingly apparent on the information made public so far, that Mr Johnson intended to got to the bottom of Angelos' alleged vich Jations of state liquor laws," Blair said. "I am one of many in the General Assembly who wants to learn the whole truth about Johnson's firing and how it relates to the vigorous and proper investigation he was launching into the affairs of Walker's crony, Anthony Angelos." Blair said it is "incompre» hensible to me that Governor Walker would issue pious statements, about the Watergate affair and its itragtc effects on voter attitudes toward politicians like himself, when he has his own Watergate flooding Springfield." Collins said the subcommittee (carriers and complementary will hold its first meeting Mon-, serv j ces f or small communities Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Willis B. Noftsger, Alpha, a boy today at 12:02 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Jones, 1055 S. Kellogg St., a boy today at 8:17 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Fidler, 443 Irwin St., a girl Wednesday at 12:09 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chasteen, 215 Ohio Ave., a boy Wednesday at 12:54 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Campbell, 257 S. Whitesboro St., a boy Wednesday at 1:28 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Bowen, 60 N. Elm St., a girl Wednesday at 6:27 p.m. Mr- and Mrs. Robert W. Svendsen Jr., Monmouth,, a boy Wednesday at 11:21 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joel F. Mahoney, 683 Beecher Ave,, a boy today at 9:46 a.m. . Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wet' trow, RR 1, Knoxville, a boy Tuesday at 9:01 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Luna Traffic Court John W. Pasco, 39, 1324 Russell Ave., was fined $100 Wednesday in Traffic Division of Knox County, Circuit Court for speeding. Norman H. Weaver, 58, 914 Brown Ave., and Verla E. Brannan, 60, LaFayette, were each fined $12 for speeding. Larry D. Monroe, 29, 808 N. Broad St,, paid an $11 speeding fine. Fined $10 on the charge were Stanley O. Roesner, 17, Alpha, and James W. Neal, 18, Monmouth. Ruth M. Kiernan, 81, 383 Monroe St., and Richard E, Riley, 16, 1285 Willard St., were each fined $10 for traffic signal violations. Donald D. Jones, 23, Abingdon, paid $10 each for driving with unsafe tires and a muffler violation. Paul C. Elmore, 20, 773 E. Brooks St., was also fined $10 for a muffler violation. Failing to yield the right of way resulted in $10 fines for Katherine E. Fischer, 18, 745 N. Academy St., and Richard L. Clark, 27, 1599 McKnight St. Others fined $10 Wednesday in Traffic Court were D. Charles Carlson Jr., 19, 773 E. Brooks St., passing violation; Chester L. Olson, 50, 1137 N. Kellogg St., driving too fast for conditions; Charles W. Nelson, 40, Altona, failing to dim headlights; Jackson K. Erffmeyer, 48, 1650 N, Broad St., registration violation, and James L. Smith, 10, 22 Huston St„ fail- Tiger Tours Michigan Zoo MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (UPI) — "Guinevere," a 350-pound female tiger, was returned to her cage after a brief outing in the Washington Park Zoo hpro Wednesday, A spokesman said the cage had baen accidentally left unlatched. As it turned out, the tiger didn't bother anyone, but zoo officials carefully escorted visitors from the grounds and summoned police. Ten cars of armed policemen showed up, but the only shots fired were from a tranquilizer gun handled by veterinarian Dr. Donald Puhlman. With the cat subdued, handlers carried her back into the cage, 717 Johnstcn St., -a girl today atl laI J jtd0enrteduce speed to aVDld an 8:12 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Bendixon, Arlington Heights, are parents of a boy born June 6. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Mary Gutman. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Mary Dale Bendixon. Mr. and Mrs, Walt Condrony, Pasca^oula, Miss,, are parents of a boy, Gary Neill, born May 27. Mrs. Condreay js the former Becky Morrison of London Mills. Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Mustain, Iowa City, Iowa, are the parents of a girl, Kari Dee, born Wednesday at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Mustain, Camel'' on. Delegation- (Continued From Page 2) MRS. GAYLORD L. SEIBERT Mrs. Gaylord L. Seibert, 69, died Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. at her home, 1550 E, North St. she was born in Galesburg on March 13, 1904, and married Gaylowl Seibert here Sept. 17, 1034, He survives with twa s^ns, Robert W. of Galesburg and G. Charles of Santifl Hosa, Calif.; a brother, John Everett q| Gene&eo; two sisters, Mrs- Doris Kiernan, Davenport, §IHJ Mrs, Rjose Hartman, Mather- viMie, and two granddiiktren. S)w was a member ot First Lutheran Qhurdi, Funeral will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff - Pearswi- West Chapel, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be at Oak Umn Memorial Gardens. day at 10 a.m. and (hat during (he course of the investigation both Walker and Johnson will be invited to testify. In another development Wednesday, Michael Berz, the man Walker picked to replace Johnson as commission head, said he does not think the Ange-* los investigation was the reason for the ouster. But he said he does not know what the reason was, Berz, who won approval as commission diairmian from the Senate Executive Committee after an hour of questions, also confirniad that Uie liquor commission under Johnson's leader ship, had refused to pay 83,000 voucher submitted Steven Schwab. "Thirteen air carriers outside Chicago were created and exist as a national asset, but are hardly used," Burling said. "These airports must serve the people and the nation." Using charts sh o w i n g air Service in neighboring states of Iowa and Indiana, Robert Deckman. BP attorney for the group, pointed out that 35 per cent of Illinois' population and economic activity is outside Chicago. He said more air service was necessary to maintain the rest of the state. Burling said smaller communities must file applications with the CAB for increased service, Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Mary Ann Crocker was granted a divorce from Eugene R. Crocker in Cir* cuit Court on grounds of mental cruelty, They were married in Galesburg Aug. 14, 1071, and had one child, The matters of custody, support, alimony and property rights were held abeyance by the court. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Jeanne F. Lopsz against Joseph A. Lopez, and Janis Hanson against Larry Lee Hanson. KNOX COUNTY - Judith G. Roberts against Bill D. Roberts, and Rosemary Carlson against William G. Carlson. Urcuit Court Michael B. Long, 17, was fined 1150 Wednesday in Knox County Circuit Court for illegal consumption of liquor and $25 for a curfew violation. A 16-year-old Abingdon youth paid $100 for ilileg<al passession of liquor. Fined $50 were Martha J. Peterson, 27, Galva, resisting or obstructing a police officer, and Harold L. Anderson, Gilson, violation of the Illinois dead animal ordinance — not having dead animals removed within 24 hours. Martha Peterson, was also fined $10 for disorderly conduct. Fined $25 for criminal tress­ pass to land w«re James W. Itipka, 25, and John W. Berlin, in;40, both of Kewanee. I Mark I 1 '. Singer, 21, 1122 a but added that the smaller car- Eleanor Jean Billings was)Spruce Ave., was fined $25 each granted a divorce from Lee It. i for carrying an uncased rifle Billings on grounds of mental:and having no firearms own- cruelty. Married at Oilman oncers identification card Jan, 28, 1946, the couple had three children, two of whom are grown. Custody of the minor child was given to the mother, with child support of $300 a month and alimony of $375 a month ordered by the court. Judith Ann Hanson was granted a divorce from Holland E. Hanson on grounds of mental cruelty. They were married at Dahinda on Oct. 7, 1960, and had one child. Custody of llie child was given to the mother, and child support of $25 a week was ordered. Ronald A. Peterson, no age or address listed in court files, and Klsworlh B. Lindley, 62, 77 K. North St., were each fined $10 for disorderly conduct. North I louder son Circles Convene NORTH HEN D K It SO N Mrs. Molly Koons was hostess when members of the Aeronaut Circle at North Henderson United Metluxlist Church met recently. Mrs. Bess Choline pit- sided at the meeting. MONMOUTH - Wayne H. by I'iei'S did not intend to steal bus-Blizzard was granted a divorce' Mrs. Lw ipess from (he larger carriers, iTuesday in Warren Cmmiy Cir- the meeting "We need just a few more cuit Court from Mary Ann liliz- Mary Circle its flights a day," he said, "from Ecuador wajs named fur geographical location ••• Ecuador j Peoria to Atlanta or even as moaiung equator in Spanish. far as Florida. Yarde presided at wheii members of of llie church [net zard OJI grounds of mental May 22 at the home of Mrs. cruelty. The couplp was married, liuth flute. Plans were made July 11, 1972, at Galcsburg. jto clean up thy church.

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