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DEATH: AND FUNERAL MRS. MARY B, BRIMMER Graveside service for Mrs. Mary B. Brimmer, 83, of Galesburg Route 2, who died Thursday, was conducted at 11:30 a.m. today at Riverside Cemetery in Marshaltyown, Iowa. Rev. Jack Modlin, a United Presbyterian Church clergyman^ officiated. THOMPSON INFANTS Graveside services for Christopher John and Francisco Llave Thompson, infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thompson, 48 N. Farnham St., were conducted at 3 p.m. today at Knoxvillc Cemetery by Rev. Robert Prcndcrgast, chapkain of St. Mary's Hospital. The twins died Thursday shortly after birth. MRS. GAYLORD SEIBERT Funeral for Mrs. Gaylord L. Seibert, 69, of 1550 E. North St., who died Wednesday, was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson - West Chapel by Rev. Ordell Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. GROVER C. GROSS Funeral for Grover C. Gross, 86, of 310 W. Second St., who died Thursday, was conducted at 11 a.m. today at Memorial Park Cemetery by Rev. Floyd Suman, pastor of First .Church of the Nazarene. Pallbearers, members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, were A. L. Collopy, Charles Linn, Cary Antoine, Albert Crouch, Richard Nelson and Robert Glascr. MRS. TILLIE HUMES Funeral for Mrs. Tillie Humes, 83, of Galiesburg Route 1, who died Wednesday, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Messiah Lutheran Church at Henderson Grove. Rev. Kenneth Knudsen officiated. Burial was at Mount Vernon Cemetery at North Henderson. Pallbearers were Alvin Price, Bernard Lyons, Joe Legate, Charles Earp, Lowell Harris and Clarence Moser. MRS. LILLIAN C. MILLER Funeral, for Mrs. Lillian C. Miller, 74, of 170 S. West St., who died Wednesday, was conducted at 11:30 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson - West Chapel. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Dr. Joseph. Hoffman, minister emeritus, and Dr. Robert White, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Roger Edwardson, Gregory, Steven, Richard, Robert and Larry Miller. Chapel by Rev. L. B. Johnson, pastor of Allen Chapel AME Church. Burial was at East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ray Smith, Don Wilder Sr., C. E. Burgess, Ralph Holmes, Leonard Hollowed Sr. and Edward Williams. Honorary pallbearers were Richard Wimbley, Stewart Andrews, Morgan Turner and Lawrence Boyd. children, and a brother, Oscar Johnson, Knoxvllle. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Hlrtchllff-Pearson- West Chapel. Burial will be at Knoxvllle Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday evening at the chapel. Memorials may be made to First Lutheran Church.' WALTER F. PIEPER BUSHNELL - Walter F. Piepcr, 83, of 509 W. Hurst SI. died Friday at 12:50 p.m. at the Claritona Nursing Home, LcwisLown. He was born Aug. 28, 1889, at Fall Creek. He married Mary Lcffcrs May IB, 1922, at Quincy. Surviving with the widow are two sons, Waletr Jr. of Bushnell and William Roy of Berwick; five daughters, Mrs. Betty Connor, Adair, Mrs. Dorothy Hale, Abingdon, Mrs. Edna Smith, Rushville, Mrs. Evelyn Goodln, Gal^sburg, and Mrs. Alice Henry, New Orleans, La., 25 grandchildren and 14 great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell, with Rev. Edward Linde officiating. Burial wl'|l be at Bushnell Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. MRS. ALICE E. MITCHELL Funeral for. Mrs. Alice E. Mitche),!, 68, of 187 W. Waters St., who died Wednesday, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff - Pearson - West CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville - Avon London Mills Mr. Harley V. Felt Age 87 Roseville Services: 3 P.M. - SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation this evening 7 to 9 at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. Masonic services 8:30 P.M. Burial in Roseville Cemetery. Mrs. Richard L. Freeman 1132 N. Cedar St, Funeral Services: JO A.M. - MONDAY IMMACULATE HEART Of MARY CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Sunday afternoon and evening where the Freeman family will be from 7 to 9 P.M. Sunday. Prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. MORTUARY m N. Broad Kl. Wi-Wi CARL A. CARLSON ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Carl A. Carlson, 85, St. Louis, Mo., formerly of Wataga, died today at 12:30 a.m. at a nursing home in St. Louis. He was born Jan. 31, 1888, at Wataga. He married the former Lillie Johnson in 1911 at Galesburg. She died in 1971. He was a member of Gethsemane Lutheran Church, St. Louis. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Florence McLellan, C r e v e Coeur, Mo.; a grandson and three great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Mac Gustafson, Oneida, and Mrs. Ellen Codding, Bloomington. Funeral services and burial will be Monday at St. Louis. GEORGE H. LUNDQUIST George H. Lundquist, 78, of 879 McClure St., died Fridav at 3:47 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He had been a labor union business agent 27 years. Mr. Lundquist was born in Galesburg Sept. 9, 1894, and married Elsie Cora Stabler at Tusocla on June 23, 192S. He was a member of Emmanuel United Methodist Church Board of Trustees and was a Navy veteran of World War I. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. William (Marguerite) Hillicoss of Camarillo, Calif., Mrs. Donald (Lorraine) Bitts and Mrs. Gerald (Betty Jo) Olson of Galesburg; three sisters, Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mrs. Permil Nelson and Mrs. Elmer Waldy; six grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. Funeral will be Tuesdav at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call Monday evening. Burial will be at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. The family said memorials may be made to Emmanuel Church. Agency Gives cSlhgeOtmy (Continued From Page 25 Alpha Groups Set Meetings During Week ALPHA — Mrs. Arnold Bon nett will be program leader when United Methodist Women meet June 14 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Lawrence Barton and Mrs. Byron Weir will be hostesses. Oxford American Legion Post Auxiliary members will meet at the Legion Hall June 13 at 8 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs Robert Mentzer, Mrs. James Horine, Mrs. Louis Engstrom and Mrs. James Campbell. Mrs. Nyle McCurdy will host Oxford Homemakers Extension Unit members June 15 at 1:30 p.m. Lessons will be given by Mrs. Merle Johnson, Mrs. Carl McClenning and Mrs. Lyle Sullivan. Community vacation Bible School will be held at Alpha United Methodist Church June 18-29, with classes from 9-11 a.m. Children from the age of four through sixth grade are eligible. Alpha United Methodist Church's annual Sunday school picnic will be at Lake Storey, Galesburg, June 10 at 12:30 p.m. Plans for a potluck June 28 at Andover Park were made when AlWood Senior Citizens met May 31 at St. John's Church, Woodhull. Mrs. Virgil Calmer and Mrs. Donovan Calmer gave the musical program. Attending from Alpha were Mrs. Blanche Jordan, Mrs. Delite Baird, Mrs. Merle Johnson, Mrs. Edith Bohman, Miss Margaret Bohman, Miss Mary Foster, Mrs. Claude Rice, Mrs. Winifred Reinhart and Mrs. Helen Benson. Piano pupils of Mrs. L. L. Carlson gave a recital at her home June 2. Debbie Johnson was guest of honor at a graduation party June 1 hosted by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. Mrs. Pearl Firch was honored by the Birthday Club June 2. Vicki Jordan and Rick Jordan were guests of honor at a graduation party June 1 hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Basil Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kelly and Alan Gieryna, Chicago, were guests June 3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. tal Development Board. While not fully agreeing with the board's directive, trustees were forced to make the changes or face the possibility of having the master plan turned down. THE ARCHITECTS met several weeks ago with board members, faculty and administrators to explain the changes. The board later authorized the architectural firm to make the necessary alterations. Assuring the Capital Development Board that the plans wil|! be revised as directed, the stale agency finally approved Sandburg's program. The new buildings will be located on college-owned property on South Lake Storey Road on the city's northwest edge. Investigative Panel Named (Continued From Page 2) son's charge that the Walker administration is trying to sidetrack an investigation of Angelos. Angelos was Walker's nominee to head the state insurance department. Angeloes withdrew from consideration amid charges that he held interests in firms with liquor licenses and contributed to Walker's campaign in violation of state liquor laws. Berz and Sandquist said Johnson's insinuation that he was fired because of his investigation of the Angelos case is "simply not true." "At no time was our investigation hampered," a joint statement from the commiS' sioners said. It was a stormy news con ference during which Berz and Sandquist admitted that Walk cr's press aide, Norton Kay, prepared their printed state ments. But Berz said he and Sandquist wrote the statement, and that Kay only had it re produced for distribution. Carey Enters Fray Meanwhile, Republican Cook County State's Attorney Ber nard Carey got into the contro versy. Carey charged in an interview over WBBM in Chicago that Walker and his staff have given him "little or no cooper ation" during an investigation of the Angelos matter HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY! Mrs. Susan D. Aldersott, Gilson Mrs. Kathy B. PMlfls, 157 N. Cha-mbers St. Harold A. Kllng, 925 Dayton Dr., Apt. 5 Mrs. Edith D. Young, Knoxvllle Rap K. Devena, R.R, 3 Mrs. Helga Allen, 1342 Imperial Dr. Debra Lynn Blair, 1513 N Farnham St. Mrs. Margaret A. Bishop, 842 Locust St. Mrs. Rita M. Jones, Little York Mrs. Carol.D. Hinkson, 1106 Sweetbriar Mrs. Doris M. Osborne, Kewanee Mrs. Peggy S. Martin, 1459 Meadow Dr. Mrs. Betty Stout, 1447 S. Kellogg St. Eveitte R. Campbell, 954 W. South St. Mrs. Sharon R. Mathews, Gilson DISMISSALS FRIDAYS Mrs. Kathleen A. Grienie, 1033 N. West St. Mrs. Mary E. Dowell, Monmouth Edward P. Johnson, New Windsor Deborah L. Allen, 1232 N. Cherry St. Nancy J. Campbell, 60 Sheldon St. Jeffery L. Hartshorn, 59 N. Wbitesboro St. Mrs. Barbara J. Bailey, 560 Iowa Ave. Mrs. Antionette Skrzypek, 1725 Brentwood Dr. George E. Thompson, 2401 Grand Ave. Howard C. Vollmar, Fairview Mrs. Beverly J. Hempfing, 512 E. Dayton St. Mrs. Florence Williamson, Knoxvilie Roland E. Brady, Galva Kermit R. Stewart, Galva Martin L. Snyder, Amhurst Jeffrey A. Dowell, 946 Chamberlain Ave. Mrs. Eileen H. Nees, Monmouth Mrs. Josepha A. Liceaga, 1090 W. South St. Wi'liam L. Jones, Abingdon Arnold R. Larson, W. Lake Storey Trailer Court Bradley W. Cirimotich, 487 Franklin Ave. Jess Myers Jr., Macomb Saturday, June ?, 197$' U Students Complete Training Dr. Beverly Fowler, left, chairman of the home economics department at Western Illinois University, talks with three girls who have recently completed work at the Knox County Day Nursery as part of their under­ graduate requirements. The girls, all seniors majoring in child development, are, /from left, Chris Neff, Rockford, Karen 5&nho, Bcrwyn, and Linda Simpson, Cary. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Willis Alexander, 495 S. Henderson St. Russell O. Babbitt, Americana Nursing Center George H. Lundquist, 879 McClure St. When asked if he thought the Walker administration was try-jMrs. Barbara J. O'Neal, ing to "cover up something" inj Abingdon Hor. Ool<! Snols NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported Friday by the National Weather Service, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 118 degrees at Palm Springs, Calif. Today's low was 40 degrees at Evarositon, Wyo. MRS. CARL E. PETERSON Mrs. Carl E. Peterson, 88, of 29 Michigan Ave., died Friday at 11 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. The former Ellen Johnson was born July 22, 1884, at Knox­ vilie, and married Carl E. Peterson Jan. 2, 1906, at Merri\l, Wis. She was a member of First Lutheran Church and a Lady of the Vikings. Surviving are a son, Lawrence of Molino; a daughter, Mrs. Victor (Eleanora) Reem, North Henderson; eight grandchildren and eight great-grand- Sneaker for Club Dr. John L. Cutler, chief of psychiatric services at Galesburg State Research Hospital* will speak at the Galesburg Kiwanis Club's June 12 meeting. The club's annual outdoor luncheon will be June 19 at Kiwanis Park. Thirteen Arrested CHICAGO (UPI) - Thirteen persons were arrested Friday in a racial clash at Kennedy High School on Chicago's Southwest Side in which three persons wero injured. Hinchliff- m 'hearson, . FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FH 6MONT STREET PHONE 343-2 tOt GALESBURO MRS. ELLEN J. PETERSON - 29 Michigan Ave. Services 1:30 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening at the chapel. Burial at Knoxvilie Cemetery, Knoxvilie, 111. Memorials may be made to the First Lutheran Church. —o— MR. GEORGE II. LUNDQUIST - 879 McClure St. Services 10 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Monday evening at the chapel. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to the Emmanuel Methodist Church. the Angelos case Carey replied: "Well, I think they are...if they have nothing to hide why have they been so reluctant to cooperate...?" Johnson, interviewed at his law office in Champaign, challenged his critics to testify under oath before a subcommittee of the legislature, "I have made public statements on the matter and I will appear before the House subcommittee and testify under oath. I think anyone who cho- ses to enter into this and make public comments should do likewise," he said. Bushnell(Continued From Page 5) Dimmitt, Mrs. Florence Bair Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Kikendall, Mr. and Mrs. Hummel, Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Veager and Mrs. Hugh (Bessie Aten) Crawford. Various awards were presented to members of the Bushnell Lions Club during a meeting Thursday night at the Recreation Center. Two-year perfect attendance pins were presented to Sherold Brown and Ronald Elam; 3-year pins, Robert Homeland Albert Bliven; 4-year, Murrel Hollis; 5-year, Jack Miller; 8-year, Herbert St. Clair; 10-year, James Walton, and 11-year, Robert Cortelyou and Robert McElvain. Orth Mikesell received a 12-year pin and Lonnie Hickenbottoni, Burton Sammons and Maurice Chadderdon received 16-year perfect attendance pins. Membership pins were presented to Don Pickens and Bliven, 10 years. Candy Pay pins went to Fred Smith Jr., tarry Kugler, Bob McElvain and St. Clair. It was announced that the board of directors will meet al St. Clair's home June 17 at 7:30 p.m., Ladies Night will bo June 21, the annual cook- oul will be June 24 and the club's week to work at the swimming pool snack bar is July 28 - Aug. 3. Mrs. Deborah A. Reeder, 160 Duffield Ave. Mrs. Debris Sosa, 539 E. Brooks St. DeLoss D. Thurman, Abingdon DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Miss Barbara A. Huffman, Victoria William D. Young, 750 S. Seminary St. Miss Tracy Miller, 468 Iowa Ave. Terry Sturgeon, Kewanee Mrs. Elizabeth J. Collier, 2132 McMaster St. Mrs. Carol M. Nordstrom, 474 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Mary P. Orozco, 560 Liberty St. Bernard J. Heuvelman, Davenport, Iowa Miss Lorl K. Roberts, Abingdon Fred D. Smith, Toulon Mrs. Myrtle I. Davis, St. Augustine Forrest D. Pickrel, 975 E. South St. Jimmy L. Longcor, 261 Pine St. George Parker, 357 S. Prairie SI. Mrs. Nel'.e M. Tucker, Brimfield Robert W. Scolt, Alpha Mrs. Clina F. Scott, Alpha Chad M. Shane, Abingdon Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Jeanne F. Lopez was divorced from Jo* seph A. Lopez in Circuit Court on grounds of mental cruelty. Married Oct. 28, 1967, the couple had no children. The wife resumed her former name of Jeanne Soderquist. Janis Hanson was divorced from Larry Lee Hanson on a complaint charging mental cruelty. Married July 19, 1968, the couple had one child. Custody was granted to the mother. Stephen Ross Pryde was di- vireed f r o m Patricia Ann Pryde on a complaint charging mental cruelty. The couple was married June 15, 1963, and had one child. Custody was awarded to the mother. Traffic Accidents Roger M. Hawk, 32, Athens, Ohio, was cited for a lane violation after a mishap early today when his car was involved in a collision with one driven by George Garza, 18, 263 Fulton St., in the 500 block of East Main Street. Damage was minor. The mishap occurred about 2:30 a.m. Michael T. O'Hern, 20, 231 S. Pearl St., was charged with driving too fast to avoid an accident after his car collided with a telephone pole today at 12:30 a.m. in the 1400 block of North Seminary Street. MONMOUTH - April M. Davis, 21, of near Monmouth, received multiple head injuries in a truck accident Friday at 2:30 p.m. on a gravel road about nine miles northwest of Monmouth. She was taken to the Community Memorial Ho* pital, where her condition is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Davis was driving a pickup north on the gravel road when, she said, she lost control when a wheel dropped off the road as she swerved while meeting an oncoming farm t-ac- tor. The car skidded across the road, went down an embankment and into a stream. Thomas A. Patinella, 19, Des Plaines, escaped with minor in juries Friday at 1:50 p.m. when he wrecked his car in an attempt to avoid striking a girl on a bicycle. The accident occurred on.U.S. 67 in Roseville. The bicycle rider was Miss Barbara A. Livermore, 13, Roseville. Patinella told police he was driving his car north and pulling a trailer when he saw Miss Livermore start riding across the road into the path of his auto. He applied his brakes, hit the rear tire of the bicycle and then skidded into a tree. Miss Livermore was knocked from the bicycle, but was not Injured. Patinella's injuries were reportedly minor and he did not seek treatment. Arrests Three Peoria women were arrested Friday for forgery after they allegedly cashed a series of stolen checks in the Galesburg area. Charged after their car was stopped about 6 p.m. near the 1-74 East Main Street interchange were Teresa Taylor, 17, Elizabeth A. Beard, 31, and Dorothy May Robinson, 35. Police said the trio had been cashing checks stolen the previous day from a Peoria business firm. Local authorities began searching for the women after the manager of a supermarket became suspicious and telephoned police headquarters. He reportedly described their method of, operation and the car they were driving. Police detectives checked with Peoria County authorities and discovered the checks had been stolen. The three women were held in the city jail last night and transferred to the Knox County lockup this morning. Traffic Court Donald E. Colgan Jr., 20, Toulon, was fined $802 Friday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for having an overloaded truck. He was fined at a rate of 10 cents per pound for the overload. John W. MoMonigle, 30, 449 W. Tompkins St., paid $100 for driving without a valid license. Deana J. Williams, 19, Bushnell, paid $25 for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Larry Taylor, 25, Batavia, was fined $20 each for driving without a valid license and leaving the scene of a mishap. Fined $15 for speeding were Steven P. Dug an, 21, Davenport, Gene E.' Meppelink, 35, Pella, Iowa, and Lonrie L. Gibson, 23, Peoria. Irene Hill, 57, North Henderson, paid $13 for speeding. Fined $10 for speeding were Duane B. Hodgson, 43, Aurora, Colo.; Roger W. Simpson, 22, 636 E. Berrien St., and Ronald C. Brown, 18, LaFayette. Stephen P. Daniels, 27, Plainfield, paid $10 each for a license classification violation, and excessive acceleration. Traffic signal violations resulted in $10 fines for John S. Beasley, 28, 1062 Florence Ave.; Frank H. Allison, 16. 1772 Indian Dr.; Mark A. McLaughlin, 18, 281 Philips St.; Richard L. Peasley, 72, Stronghurst; Curtis B. Larson, 26, 384 W. North St.; Patricia Cottum, 26, 912 S. Chambers St.; Dale W. Johnson, 17, 1454 Jefferson St., and Roland G. Spedden Jr., 48, Walled Lake, Minn. Fined $10 for failing to yield the right of way were Judy K. Gabel, 21, 354 S. Chambers St.; John E. Carlson, 75, Knoxvilie; Carl J. Brooks, 33, of near Galesburg; Christi C. Bedwell, 17, Elmwood, and Charles L. Smith, 21, Altona. Fined $10 for excessive acceleration were Dale E. Johnson, 18, 505 Iowa Ct., and Richard L. McGahey, 21, 99 Madison St. Carl E. Stoff, 74, 678 E. Grove St., was fined $10 for driving on a roadway laned for traffic lough, 23, Shiller Parl£ and Alan Arthur Seagren, 26,. For-. est Park. Marian Kay Gillette, „?2, 65 Locust St., and Dennis Edward King, 26, 1102 E. Fifth St. Mrs. Ruby Mildred (Watts) Scrimager, 48, 142 N. "'Arthur Ave., and Lloyd Bogeart, 58, 366 Michigan Ave. <*" Dorothy A. Riley, 27, Wataga, and Robert E. Matson, 32,Overland Park, Kan. Sandra K. Rosenbeniy, 18, liear Galesburg, and F^derick W. Stier, 26, Abingdon. Martha Ann Johnson, .18, and Donald Wayne Lewis, ill both of Abingdon. . ,';.„, Diane M. Ryan, 18, St. Augustine, and Keith A. DeJaynes, 19, of near Galesburg. Carol L. Barnes, 18, 1355 Moshier Ave., and Daniel B^Courtright, 19, Oneida. HENDERSON COUNTY Barbara Sue Pulse ancMames Patrick Dennis, both • ^Monmouth, and Carol Jpnette Spangler, Oquawka, anjfcKen­ neth Eugene Tomson, Burlington. HENDERSON COUNTY—Terry C. Myers, 29, Milan, was fined $100 and sentenced to seven days in the county jail this week in Traffic Court for driving with a suspended license. Wayne W. German, 35, Galesburg, paid $300 for reckless driving. Fined for speeding were Daniel Tackleson, 29, Burlington, $15, and Sadie Streitmatter, 31, Kirkwood, $16. David B. Carter, 24, LaFayette, paid $25 for illegal transportation of liquor. James S. MJoCoiluim, 20, Fort Madison, Iowa, forfeited a $25 bond when he failed to appear on a charge of driving too fast for conditions. Fined $15 were Robert Johnson, 24, Marshall, Mo., stop sign violation; Michael Manes, 18, Gladstone, license classification violation, and David R. Furgason, 24, Park Forest, disobeying a railroad signal. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Ann Colville, 23, 1569 Clark St., and Divorces Filed 'Fred David Haruda, 23, Ellens-isui, 1171 Wilt lid., Apt. W, KNOX COUNTY — Phyllis burg, Wash. Cincinnati, Ohio, are parents of Circuit Court Russell R. Earnst, 17;" Knox­ vilie, was fined $150 Friday in Knox County Circuit Court for illegal possession of liquor. A 16-year-old Knoxvilie"'youth paid $100 for illegal possession of liquor and a $10 traffic fine for a violation of his "license classification. ; Arlieene Bayne, 46, Kimberly Terrace, paid $20 for permitting the truancy of a minor.!,',;; John Coughlin, 146 Duffield Ave., was fined $25 for failing to have a dog vaccinated against rabies. '!?!', A $10 disorderly conduct fine was paid by Lurman Wi* Curtis 21, 1123 S. Pearl St. HENDERSON COUNTY-Two persons were fined $100 and granted probation for a year this week in Circuit Court stemming from separate incidents. Jack Edward Sage, 17, Monmouth, pleaded guilty to theft under $150. James Erwin Ross, 29, Burlington, had pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. MONMOUTH ~ H u is o n Prince Jr., 51, Marion, 1 : Iowa, was fined $600 Friday in Warren County Circuit Court after he pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless driving,! 1 ; Hudson was charged Jan. 31 with driving while intoxicated! Fined $11) each for traffic violations were Thomas.4. McChurch, 25, Carlson Olifj, disobeying a traffic signal. Mrs. Dorothy F. Mathews, S8, St. Louis, Mo., wrong lane usage, and Mrs. Dolene A. Dittman, 83, Font Atkinson, Wis., improper passing. Hirths Born at Cottage Hosplta w tp; Mr. and Mrs. Larry 1 ehder- son, Avon, a girl Friday at'J: 18 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert feeder, ICO Duffield Ave., a boy Friday at 2:66 p.m. ,U ' Mr. and Mrs, Leon Q'Ne'aJ'Jr., Abingdon, a boy Friday a ,VJ0 :58 p.m. Rev. and Mrs. Lowell'Peter- Mae Clark against Dolph Sherman Clark. READ THE WANT ADS! i Erma Mae Howard, 46, and a girl, Genevieve Marie,'born Robert Lee Briggs, 44, both ofiMay 13. Paternal grandparents 1090 Clark St. are Mr. and Mrs. Paul G.Poter- Miss Patricia Ann McCul- s>on, 2818 Montague Dr.

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