Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 8, 1973 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, June 8, 1973
Page 13
Start Free Trial

TIF A TPJ J^JLJiiL X XXi AND FUNERAL! MRS. TtLLtE HUMES Mrs. TiUie Humes, 83, of Galesburg Route 1, died al a Galesburg hospital Wednesday at 7 p.m. She was born Jan. 18, 1800, in Knox County. She married Ernest L. Humes in Galesburg on March 5, 1014. He preceded her in death. Surviving is a son, Wilbur Humes of near Oalesburg; a .brother, Arthur Carlson, Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Mildred Peterson, Gailesburg, five grand children and ifihree grcal-grand- childrcn. Funeral will be at Henderson Grove Messiah Lutheran Church Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Visitation will be this evening at Hinch- Jiff-Pcarson-West Chapel. Burial will be at Mt. Vernon Ceme tery, North Henderson. Memorials may be made to Messiah Lutheran Church, the family said, MRS. MARGARET M. GRAY MONMOUTH - Mrs. Mar garet M. Gray, 76, of Macomb, a former Monmouth resident, died Thursday at- McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. The former Margaret Wright was born Nov. 2. 1806, at Abingdon, Va., where she was reared and educated. She married Oscar L. Gray on Oct. 6, 1010, at Damascus, Va. He died in 1050. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Dixie) Johnson, Stronghurst, and Mrs. Richard (Betty) Keister, Macomb; a son, Thomas D. Gray, Davenport; two grandchildren; two great­ grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Whatever tho rOccation WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 3424121 Mable Mlnton, Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Eva Donnally, Bristol, Va., and two brothers, WlUon Wright, Charlotte, N.C., and Thomas I. Wright, Flint, Mich. Funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home, Burial will be at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may calj at the Turnbull Chapel today, Saturday and Sunday until the hour of the service. Memorial contributions may be left at the Turnbull Chapel, the family said. GORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Iloseville v - Avon London Mills Mr. Harley V. Felt Age 87 Roseville Services: 3 P.M. - SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation Saturday evening 7 to 0 at Gorman Memorial Home, Roseville. Masonic services 8:30 P.M. Burial in Roseville Cemetery. Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva » Willlam*Held Mr. Karl J. Hunt Bishop Hill Services: 1:30 P.M. - MONDAY At the CHAPEL. Friends may call Sunday evening after 7. Burial Bishop Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Community United Methodist Church. MRS. ARCH J. PORTER Graveside services for Mrs. Arch J. Porter, 89, of 500 Arnold St. who died Monday were Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Alexis Cemetery, with Rev. Richard J. Harken, pastor of Alexis United Presbyterian Church, officiating. IVAN C. KOONS NORTH HENDERSON - Funeral for Ivan C. Koons, 74, of North Henderson who died Tuesday was today at 1:30 p.m. at North Henderson United Methodist Church, with Rev. Paul Paskewitz, pastor, officiating. Burial was at Mt. Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson. Pallbearers were Warren Bowman, Eugene Carbon,. Robert Driffill, Dale Reem. Richard McCaw and Lyle Tyrrell. ARTHUR E.~ALSTEDT ALEXIS — Funeral for Arthur E. Alstedt, 77, of Alexis who died Tuesday, was today at 3 p.m. at M^Knight Memorial Home, Alexis, with Rev. Paul Paskewitz, pastor of Alexis United Methodist Church, officiating. Buria} was at Alexis Cemetery; Pallbearers were Allan Leath, Jerry and Richard Alstedt, Larry Larson, Jay Bates and Terry Lashbrook. KARL J. HUNT BISHOP HILL - Karl J. Hunt, 70, Bishop Hill, died today at 07 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born May 4,1804, near Bishop Hill, where he married Bertha' M. Johnson" on April-'21, 1935. He served in the Army during World War I, and farmed near Bishop Hill until moving to town in 1045. He was a member of Bishop Hill Community United Methodist Church, and a charter member of Galva American Legion Post 45. Surviving with the widow are a daughter, Mrs. David (Marcia) Rushing, Dayton, Ohio; two grandsons; a brother, John of California; a sister, Mrs. Alice Afctfom, Bishop Hill, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Glll-Schus- ter Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Thoburn Enge, pastor of Bishop Hilt Community United Methodist Church, officiating. Visitation will be Sunday after 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial^ may be made to the church, the family said. MRS. LILLIAN C. GRABILL Private family services for Mrs. Lillian C. Grabill, 95, of 85 W. North St., who died Wednesday, were conducted at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel today. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiated, Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Philip Grabill, Robert Grabill, Thomas Grabill, Charles Blust and Robert Blust. . THOMPSON INFANTS Christopher John and Francisco LLave Thompson, infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thompson, 48 N. Farnham St., died shortly" after birth Thursday. In addition to the parents, they are survived by a brother, Joseph V. Graveside services will be at Knoxville Cemetery Saturday at 3 p.m. MRS. ALMA E. ANDERSON Funeral for Mrs. Alma E. Anderson, 82, of 356 Oak St., who died Tuesday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Rich Ellis, intern pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church, officiated. Burial Was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Don Stoffel, Richard Olson, Andrew Lundeen, Marvin Wilkins, Kenneth Holeman and Chris Staker. MRS. ROBERT L. MACARI Graveside services for Mrs. Robert L. Macari, 48, of 1265 Campbell Ave., who died Tuesday, were held today at 3 p.m. at Memorial Park- Cemetery. Rev.' Ray Kistler, pastor of East Main Street Congregation al Church, officiated. GILBERT A. LUMBERRY DAHINDA — Funeral for Gilbert Arthur Lumberry, 63, of Dahinda, who died Monday, was Thursday at 1:30 the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Elder LaVerne Benson officiating, Burial was at Trenton Cemetery, Persifer Township. Pallbearers were Jack Witt, Wayne Larson, Gus Ruetz, Doran Carr, Estel Poland and Lloyd Tucker. were spent In Knox County. He moved to Warren County, whore he farmed until moving to Roseville in 1984. He was a member of Roseville United Methodist Church, Warren County Farm Bureau and a 50-year member of Roseville Masonic Lodge 519, AF & AM. Surviving arc two sons, Austin and John, both of Roseville; sister, Mrs. Alice Tyler, Wellesley, Mass., seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral will be at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville, Sunday at 3 p.m. Burial will be at Roseville Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home Saturday from 7-0 p.m., where Masonic services will be con ducted at 8:30 p.m. Memorials may be made to the LaMoinc Christian Nursing Home or the Roseville Masonic Lodge, the family said. W. PAUL MYERS AVON - W. Paul Myers, 51, of Avon Route 2, was found dead Thursday about 7 p.m. in a barn on his father's farm in the south east section of Warren County. William Hoover, Warren County coroner, said Myers, who operated his father's farm, apparently committed suicide by shooting himself. Hoover said the man had un dergone open heart surgery in February and had reportedly been despondent. Myers had left home Thursday morning. His body was discovered by his wife and Ralph Johnston, a neighbor, the coroner said. An inquest is pending. Mr. Myers was born April 14, 1922, in McDonough County. He resided all of his life on his farm near Avon. He was grad uated from Prairie City High School. Mr. Myers married Peggy Millard in 1961 in Missouri. Survivors include the widow; two sons, Mark and Lee, both at home', a stepdaughter, Mrs Robert Conner, and a stepson, Michael Lucero, both of Den ver, Colo.; his father, Thomas (Tab) Myers, and his stepmoth er, Mrs. Thomas Myers, Prairie City; a sister, Mrs. Pauline Bailey, Kula, Hawaii; a brother, Raymond, Fort Scott, Kan., and two half-sisters, Mrs. Lyle Wal ters, Bushnell and Mrs. Thomas JRratt, Macomb. Services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Martin-Hollis Fu neral Home, Bushnell. Rev James Weiss, pastor of Bushnell United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Bushnell Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday after 4 p.m. at the funeral home, where friends may meet the family tomorrow from 7-9 p.m. Galesburg Register-Mo 11 / Golesburg, Friday, June 8, 1973 T3 HUsrMAL NOTES Collage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Mrs, Paula J. McNeff, Avon Mrs. Janet L. Quinn, Abingdon Mrs. Mary F. Mahohey, 683 Bcechcr Ave. Nickl A. Smith, Williamsfield Mrs. Lavonne K. Hawk, Roseville Charles E. Clark, 881. W. Main St. Annette M. Schwarz, Monmouth Lcland E. Antrim, 574 N. Cedar St. Bradley W. Cirimotich, 487 Franklin Ave. Ray West, Dahinda Gregory S. Johnson, 678 Batcman St. Mrs. Connie K. Carlson, 1554 Webster St. Melissa A. Munson, Victoria Robert C. Nichols, 609 W. Sanborn St. Kenneth D. Nelson, Maquon Mrs. Helen L. Campbell, Little York Mrs. Peggy R. Lotspcich, Knoxville Mrs. Clara H. Walker, Macomb Mrs. Edith M. Curtis, Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. June N. Rilca, 718 N. Prairire St. Clavin L, Wetterow. Wataga DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Theresa M. Jape, Box 811 Tyson J. Thomoson, Box 220 Mrs. Charlotte M. Brandy, Kewanee Miss Mary K. Strange, Monmouth Michael P. Wignall, Altona Mrs. Rennie C. Smith, Galesburg Route 4 Otis H. Cole, 062 Maole Ave. Everett L. Johnson, Blandinsville Mrs. Jovce.A. Jones, Abingdon Mrs. Rachel A. Walker, Knoxville Russell L. Johnson, 250 N, Kellogg St. Mrs. Alma J. Barlow, Galva J. Lynne Tilson. LaFayette Mrs. Bonnie J. Walker, Chillicothe Mrs. V. Faye Napier, 1145 N. Prairie St. Chad E. SDurbeck, W. Lake Storey Trailer Ct. Mrs. Marie M. VanDusen, Yates Citv Mrs. Sally K. CharJson, Woodhull •Tames. L. Geitner, Brimfield Robert Lee Smith, 1264 W. Main St. HARLEY V. FELT ROSEVILLE—Harley V. Felt, 87,' Roseville, died at the La- Moine Christian Nursing Home here Thursday at 2:40 p.m. He was born in Galesburg July 22, 1885. He married Adelaide Coolidge at Galesburg March 28, 1006. She died Dec. 3, 1971. The first 18 years of his life Mrs. Richard L. Freeman 1132 N. Ccdur St. Funeral Services: 10 A.M. - MONDAY IMMACULATE HEART Of MARY CHURCH. Friends may cull ul tho Foley Mortuary Sunday nil ernoon and evening whero the Freeman family will ho from 7 to 9 P.M. Sunday. Prayers will bo auld ui I) P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad 81. Mi -im HinchlifP -ui00T -inC' i FUNERAL DIRECTORS 10/0 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343 3101 OALESBURG MRS. GAYLORD L. SEIBERT - 1550 E. North St. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. —o— MIL (lltOVEIl C GROSS - 310 W. 2nd St. Graveside services II A.M. Saturday at Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Burial nl Memorial Park Cemetery. —o— MRS. LILLIAN O. MILLER - 170 S. West St. Services 11:.'Hi A.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may cull at the chapel this evening. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —o— MRS. MARY II. MUMMER ~ Good Samaritan Nursing Hume, Knoxville, 111. Graveside services 11:30 A.M. Saturday nt the Riverside Cemetery, Marshalltown, In. There will be no visitation. Burial at the Riverside I'emelury. —o— MITCHELL, SR. - 187 W. Waters St. P.M. Saturday at Hlnchliff-Pearson- WeMt Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel this evening or at Ihe Wilde*' residence, 538 W. Tompkins St, Hiiiial at 10. Linwood Cemetery. —o-~ MILS TILI.IIt! HUMES - - UR I, Galesburg. Services 1:30 I' M .Saturday at Hie Messiah Lutheran Church, Henderson lirove. III. Friends may call al the chapel this evening Htirinl at the Mt. Vernon Cemetery, N. Henderson, III. Memorials may be made to the Messiah Lutheran Church. MRS. LAWKENCl' Sor vices 1:30 MRS. RICHARD L. FREEMAN Mrs. Richard L. Freeman, 70, oif 1132 N. Cedar St., died Thursday at 12:32 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. The former Genevieve Ryan, was born here Feb. 7, 1903, and married Richard L. Freeman hare on Oct. 26, 1938. She spent most of her early life at St. Augustine, and was postmaster there until 1936. She was a' member of St. Mary's Hospital' Assn., the National Assn. of Retired Civil Employes and the Immacutota Guild at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Surviving with her hus<band are two daughters, Mrs Thomas (Virginia) Stone, Ma- thervifle, and Mrs. Larry (Nancy) Martin, D a y t o n a Beach, Fla.; three step-daughters, Mrs. James (Geraldine) Tonkin, Mrs. Gayle (Patricia) Hoyt and Mrs. Edward (Kathleen) England, all of Galiesburg, 18 grandchildren and a great­ grandchild. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday afternoon and evening at the Foley Mortuary, where the family will be present from 7-9 p.m. Prayers will be said at 8 p.m. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Mrs. Rosella Carlson, 1290 Day St. Mrs. Antoinette Carruthers, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Genevieve Freeman, 1132 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Rosemary Grohmann, Gilson Mrs. Linda Henderson, Avon Mrs. Rae Dean Higgins, 190 S. Academy St. Larry Johnson, Cameron Miss Dawn Line, London Mills Gerald McVay, 523 Marston Ave. Charles Pulliam, Abingdon Chad Shane, Abingdon Jeffery Sholl, 193 Sumner St. John Smith, 1531 Mulberry St. Mrs. Martha K. Thurman, 2820 Grand Ave. DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Miss Kathy Corbin, East Galesburg Mrs. Kathryn Berry, 1042 N. Broad St. Mark Wilson, 418 Pine St. LaVerne Thurman, 1820 Grand Ave. Mrs. Genevieve Freeman, 1132 N. Cedar St. James Morrow, 1539 W. Waters St. Traffic Court Speeding fines were paid by 18 persons Thursday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court. Fined were Sanfc-rd D. Son* ner, 22, Rock Island, $18; Steven Shockey, 22, Bryant, Iowa, $15; Larry E. Biagloni, 21, Abingdon, $12; Orval W. Dooley, 18, Mollne, $15; Roy E. Soder berg, 61, Addison, $13, and Allen J. Welin, 41, Belvidere, $15. Fined $10 for speeding were Robert E. Sexton, 20, of near Galesburg; Charles R. Miller, 17, 736 N. Kellogg St.; David A. Moorehead, 20, 1161 Bridge Ave.; Buddy,.!. Frakes, 35, 1603 Harrison St.; Richard Strick ert, 26, Clinton, Iowa; Gaila N. Carlson, 33, 440 Pine St.; Naomi M. Terpening, 27, 1316 E. Knox St.; Thomas J. Riberdy, 10, 244 N. Broad St.; James R. Gough, 18, Knoxville; Richard E. Cross, 24, 756 Arnold St., and Betty R. Hoskins, 46, 1277 Maple Ave Traffic signal violations resulted in $10 fines for Herbert R. Curtis, 41, 105 Pine St Daryl B. Carr, 20, 761 Bcechcr Ave., and Sally A. Benedict, 38, 107 Harrison St. Fined $10 for excessive noise were Lewis E. Jones, 10, Gilson, and William C. Patch, 25, Dahinda. Thomas L. Cook, 24, 129 Illinois Ave., and William W. Sargeant, 30, Westport, were each fined $10 for excessive acceleration. Fined $10 for lane violations were John C. Pacey, 17, 65 Locust St., and Paul W. Hille, 17, Farmington. Others fined $10 were John K. Thompson, 47, Lombard, no reciprocity plates; Lewis/E. Jones, 19, Gilson, excessive noise; Mark M. Thomas, 20, Oak Park, hitchhiking; Perry E. Stoneking, 17, Abingdon, passing violation; Roy A. Kron- stead..60, Galva, failing to yield the right of way, and Vernon F. Egels, 34, Galva, no name and address on his pickup. Terry R. Boone, 22, 812 E. South St., and William Hillier Jr., 20, 1510 Rock Island Ave., were each fined $5 for wheel tax sticker violations. Traffic Accidents Jeffery D. Sholl, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin L. Sholl, 193 Sumner St., was in fair condition today in St. Mary's Hospital after he was hurt Thursday when he rode his bicycle into the path of a car near his home. Police said the youth was hit by a car driven by Douglas E. Traff, 21, 400 Phillips St., when he rode his bicycle from a private driveway at 108 Sumner St. He was knocked to the pavement, officers said. Traff told police he could not stop in time to avoid the mishap. He claimed he was traveling slowly at the time of the accident. Witnesses verified Traff's claims. He was not charged. Christine R. Colwcll, 30, 161 N. Arthur Ave, was cited for failing to yield the right of way after her car struck one driven by James W. Knuth, 38, of near Galesburg, Thursday at 11:14 a.m. in the 000 block of West Fremont Street. John E. Carlson, 76, Knoxville, was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his car was involved in a mishap Thursday at 4:50 p.m. at the corner of Main and Market streets in Knoxville. Authorties said Carlson's car was involved in a collision with a pickuo driv en by David A. Dorich, 20, Elm wood. A car driven by Gary Whip- pic, 22, 805 Olive St., went off the road and overturned today about 1:15 a.m. on Knox County Highway 26 two miles south of County Road 10. There were no injuries and no citations were issued. Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Six divorces have been granted in Circuit Court on complaints charging mental cruelty. Marilyn Irene Jones was divorced from William F. Jones. Custody of the couple's four children was awarded to the mother. Kathy Mae Longcor was divorced from Raymond L. Longcor. The couple had one child. Custody was granted to the mother. The couple was married July 15, i960. A. divorce was granted to Wayne E. Asbury from Janice W. Asbury. Married Dec. 23, 1959, the couple had two children. Both parents were termed fit to have custody, which was awarded to the mother. Bculah Davidson was divorced from Andrew Davidson. Married July 3, 1968, the couple had one child. Custody was granted to the mother. A divorce was granted to Re- bckah S. McQuish from Donald K. McQuish. Married Aug. 14, 1970, the couple had no children. The wife resumed her former named of Rebekah Polen. A divorce was granted to Vickie L. Schurtz from David L. Schurtz. Married Nov. 28, 1970, the couple had no children. The wife resumed her former name of Vickie Sholl. Council Mulls Car Lot Plan (Continued From Page 2) Foreign Legion Louis Philippe created the French Foreign Legion in 1831 for serivce outside France. Most legionnaires come from countries other than France. Frenchmen are forbidden to join the Legion, but some enlist by giving false nationalities. Mauioleumi •nd Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St Galesburg. Ill Phone 342-6S12 Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois, hereby invites sealed bids for 1074 Model Vehicles, as follows: 2—Three-ton Dump Trucks and 1 — %-Ton Pickup Truck and the trading-in of three Trucks for the Street Division. 1—Four-Door Compact Car and the trading-in of a Four-Door Car for the Fire Department. Bids for the above vehicles will be received until 10:00 A.M., C.D.S.T., June 27, 1073; and, at that time, publicly opened and read aloud in the office of the Purchasing Agent. Bid Forms may be obtained at the office of the Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Arvey W. Hanson Purchasing Agent 6/8; IT TOULON — Charles Rice, Toulon, was fined $15 in Stark County Traffic Court for a traffic signal violation. A $15 fine was levied against Joseph L. McKenzie, Toulon, for driving too fast for conditions. MONMOUTH - Robert W. Svendsen, 26, 626 S. 11th St., was fined $11 Thursday in Warren County Traffic Court on a speeding charge. Fined $10 each were Lorraine B. Lovdahl, 44, 1351 E. Boston Ave., speeding; DeWayne P. Hasting, 17, 913 S. B St., disobeying a traffic signal; Patrick M. Flaherty, 18, Alexis, wrong lane usage, and Ronald E. Buster, 25, Wataga, using unsafe tires. Arrests . Two person were arrested Thursday and early today for disorderly conduct — public In toxication. Lurman W. Curtis, 21, 1129 S. Pearl St., was charged after he was picked up Thursday about 10:20 p.m. in the 200 block of South Academy Street. George Evans, 62, Detroit*! Mich., was charged after he was taken into custody on the Public Square today at 1:27 a.m. MONMOUTH - Sherman E. Dunn, 25, Berwick, was charged Thursday at 6:15 p.m. with disorderly conduct. Jack E. Sage, 17, was cited Thursday at 2 p.m. with driving while his license was suspended or revoked and making excessive noise. MONMOUTH — Cars driven by Ira M. Davis, 80, 1033 S. D St., and Mrs. Delene A. Dittman,' 64, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., collided Thursday at 0:49 a.m. in the 1100 block of South Main street. Mrs. Dittman was reportedly southbound and attempting to pass on the right as Davis was making a rigiht turn. Mrs. Dittman was charged with improper passing. Both drivers were charged with traffic violations as the result of a 2-car accident Thurs day at 8:20 a.m. about five miles southwest of Roseville. Robert 0. Bums, 22, Burlington, was charged with having defective brakes. Allen L. Atkisson, 57, of near Roseville, was cited for failure to yield rigiht of way; Burns was driving east on the Raritan road when his auto collided with the Atkisson car, which was emerging from a private drive. The oars crashed into a bridge structure. The Bums car came to rest hanging over the edge of the bridge and the Atkisson car went into a deep, water-filled ditch. Cars driven by Richard H. Bond,, 49, Richey, Fla., and Howard D. Campbell, 22, 2021 E. Knox St., Galesburg, collided Thursday iat 10:52 a.m. on U.S. 34 about six miles east of Monmouth. The drivers were westbound and Bond had reportedly just completed overtaking the Campbell car and slowed suddenly when he returned to his traffic lane. The front of the Campbell car struck the rear of the bond auto. Damage was minor. A tractor operated by Phillip R. Moore, 26, of near Monmouth, struck a bridge guard rail Thursday at 7:15 a.m. on a gravel road about seven miles northeast of Roseville. Moore was driving his tractor west when a hitch on the vehicle struck the guard rail on the marrow bridge. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. Marlene A. (Greenwood) Kleckner, 33, Prophetstown, and Everett B. Frank, 38, Peoria. Linda D. Tabb, 16, Abingdon, and Mark S. Cutler, 21, 362 N. Broad St. STARK COUNTY - Marriage licenses were issued last week in the county clerk's office to Edward Ernest Eaton and Karen Sue Undstrom, both of Kewanee, and to Loren Dale Swofford, Peoria, and Linda Marie Spalding, Chillicothe. Births Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Higgins, 100 S. Academy St., a boy Thursday at 8:26 p.m. Born ut Cottage Hospital to Circuit Court Michael J. Boydsturi, 20, Maquon, was fined $100 Thursday in Knox County Circuit Court for illegal possession of liquor. Fined for disorderly conduct were William C. Martin, 59, Denver, Colo., $15, and Carl E. Carlson, 72, 368 W. Tompkins St., $15. Others fined Thursday for disorderly conduct and whose ages and addresses were not included in court files were Jerry Hornbook, $25; Michael T. Wells, $10; Joseph F. Joseph, $15; James W. Jone?;, $15, and Linda Carlson, $20. Jo Beverety Poole, 46, Cypress, Calif., paid $10 for having no valid fishing license. William H. Yaw, 1628 N. West St., was fined $5 for an animal ordinance violation—allowing a dag to run loose. Brock W. Baker, 25, Oneida, Saul was the first king of Israel. He reigned shortly before 1000 B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Jess C. Quinn,. Abingdon, a girl Thursday at i )aui a WO fine in Knox County 1:12 a.m. |Circuit Court last Friday on a charge of battery. The fine had earlier been listed incorrectly ,1:12 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne P. Alderson, Gilson, a girl today at 6:44 a.m. as $10. every meeting. "He does that. He's pretty, good at that," Mayor Robert Cabeen said. William Telle, a resident on Kings Canyon Boulevard, added that the shopping center idea was more "piie in the sky." "It's just one more change in a whole line of many other changes," he said. Attorney for ths residents, Roger Williamson, said (ha bank agreement was not' a performance bond and that the residents did not believe the cost estimate for the road. City Manager Thomas Herring said the figures were "reasonably •accurate" and included a 20 per cent contingency. ANOTHER resident charged, "I think you will find this grossly inaccurate." He added that the area was a swamp and that frogs were even living there. Cabeen later asked about access roads to the property. The state recently granted permission to Louis Lakia Ford to construct access roads directly off Main Street to the car dealership. The mayor said this was not the way the city wanted Fesler Motors to provide access. Cabeen indicated it would ease traffic problems to have access from two frontage roads, Linwood and Kings Canyon Boulevard. The Plan Commission had earlier indicated a preference for this arrangement, too. Gerry and Mike Fesler, owners of the proposed car dealership site, sat through the council meeting awaiting a decision. Stoerzbach said Deets could not install the road before the car dealership was established because of economics and because the Feslers wanted to begin construction of the facilities before winter. THE OLDER Fesler brother, stamped out of the council meeting when the council decided to delay action. He then threw down his map outlining plans for the development. The younger Foster shouted at Cabeen, saying the access road idea was his personal vendetta. Cabet'n asked Fesler to identify himself, but he would not. One Parkwcst resident then said, "Mayor Cabeen, that was the younger Fesler." Other business before the Western Estates discussion began included passing two ordinances. The council approved an amendment to the 1973 -74 salary ordinance h> provide salary increases for such city officials as the manager and assessor and to add salaries for new personnel to be hired, such an a city planner and 'human resuorccs director. The other ordinance passed amended the land subdivision ordinance k> upgrade street standards. Subdivision streets previously were required to have at least an oil and chip surface. Now a more immanent surface wild be r#|yM I

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free