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FIT? A TT4 AND FUNERAL; Gqlesburg Register*Mail, .Galesburg, III, Tuesday, June 12, 197311 EVERETT BROWN NORMAL — Everett Brown, 60, of Normal, formerly of Woodhull, died Monday at 12:45 p.m. at his home. He was born Jan. 26, 1913, at Woodhull. He married Jeannette Farlow in 1038 at Woodhull. She died Nov. 7, 1957. He married Fern Mohr on March 26, I960, at Normal. He farmed near Woodhull for many years until moving to Bloomington, where he owned and Operated Brown's Auto Supply Store, In the past 10 years he managed motels in the Bloomington area and owned an apartment complex at Normal. Surviving arc his widow; a son, Darrcll of Fort Bragg, N. C; a daughter, Mrs. Kay Ting, Ypsilanti, Mich.; two grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Amy Bolin, Woodhull. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Metzlcr Memorial Home, Bloomington, with Dr. John D. Trefzger officiating. Graveside services will be Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. at Clover Chapel Cemetery, Woodhull. Visitation will be today from 6-9 p.m. at the funeral home. MARY L. FENNEL KNOXVILLE - Mary L. Fennel, 94, formerly of Wataga, died Fmidiay ait 5:1.0 p.m. ait the Knox Oounlby Nursing Home, where she hiald been a patient since February 1972. She was bom Mlarch 28, 1897, ait London, England. There are no survivors. Graveside services will be Thursday ait 9:30 a.m. at Wa- tagia Cemetery. There will be no visitofen. MRS. WALTER W. THOMPSON DALLAS CITY - Mrs. Walter W. Thompson, 87, Dallas City, died Monday at the Nursing Care Center, Ft. Madison, Iowa. The former Alta Johnson was born May 30, 1886, in Henderson County, and married Walter W Thompson on March 8, 1904, ait Dallas City. He died in 1966. She was a memTSer of the Free Whatever the rOccetion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON 128 N. BROAD 342^121 Methodist Church at Dallas City. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Veknia AJderson, Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. Denver (Margie) Peggy, DaMas City, Mrs. Michael (Ruth) Truvipsky, New Berry Park, Calif., and Mrs. William (Nina) Ashford, Lakewood, Colo.; 10 grandchildren and 16 gneat-grandchil- dron; a brother, Ray of Milan, and two sisters, Mrs. William (Georgia) Thompson, Greeley, Calif., and Mrs. Irene Ballinger, Ft. Morgan, Colo. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Ulie Free Methodist Church, Dallas City, with Rev. Robert GoMsbou rough, pastor, ofificiiabing. Burial will be at Dallas City Cemetery. Visitation will he Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. at the Fiedler Funeral Home, Dallas City. Memorials may be made to the Nursing Care Center at Ft. Madison, the family said. jiertdiflg at the Crummy Funeral Home, Viola. MRS. ROSE THATCHER Graveside service Jot Mrs. Rose Thatcher of West Chicago who died Sunday, was conduct" ed at 9 a.m. today at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens by Rev Carlton Chrtstenson, pastor ol First Baptist Church. SHELBY A. WALKER FARMINGTON - Shelby A. Walker, 70, 90 N. Main St., Farming-ton, died last Friday at 7:45 p.m. at his home. He was bom Feb. 28, 1903, at Farmington. He served in the U.S. Army during. World War II. He left Farmington in his youth and worked as a farm hand in several areas in the United States. He returned to Farmington in 1971. He was a member of the Elmwccd VFW Post. Funeral will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington, with Rev. Jonathan Drake officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation will be one tour before the services at the funeral home. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Vern A. Blust 511 Petite Lake Rd. Lake Villa, 111. Funeral Services 1 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at the FUNERAL HOME where friends may call this evening. Masonic services at 8 o'doek, Iirat'erment in Kmoxvilile Cemietoy. DEWEY J. MOSHER VIOLA — Dewey John' Mosher, 74, Viola, died Monday at his home. He was born Nov. 29, 1898, at Linn, Kan. He married Rose Belle Maiher on April 8, 1931, at Monmouth. Hie was educated in Kansas and Oklahoma schools. He farm cd in Kansas and Oklahoma until moving to Viola 29 years ago. He was also a carpenter. He was of Protestant faith. Surviving are his widow; a son, George of Ft. Collins, Colo; two / daughters, Mrs. Mary Wagoner, Viola, and Mrs. John (Carol) Knupp, Lomax; 11 grandchildren; two brothers, Andrew of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Abraham of Bell Gardens, Calif., and nieces and nephews Funeral arrangements are Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Ramona R. Phillips Age 10 405 Western Ave. SERVICES 2 p.m. Wednesday Larson Funeral Home Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery, WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MRS. GEORGIA DICKSON Age 82 Alpha, III. Services 10 a.m. Wednesday at Peterson-Wall in & Knox, Alpha. 2 p.m. graveside at the Oak Hill Cemetery, Lewistown, 111. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Cancer Fund. DWIGHT E. HOVER Graveside service for Dwigh E. Hover, 82, of BloomField N.J., who died Friday, was con ducted at 10 a.m. today at Lijv wood Cemetery. Rev. Douglas Smith of Grace Episcopal Church officiated. MRS. ROSELLA C. CARLSON Funeral for Mrs. RoseHa C. Carbon, 83, of 1290 Day St., who died Sunday, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchllff- Pearson-West Chapel. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Rev. Constant R. Johnson, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, officiated. GEORGE H. LUNDQUIST Funeral for George H. Lundquist, 78, of 879 McClure St., wha died Friday, was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. Robert McDonald, pastor of Emmanuel United Methodist Church. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Wilfred Johnscn, Glenn Nelson, Harry Suydam, John Emery, Lowell Guenther and Fred Mixer. MRS. NELLIE BURKE Funeral for Mrs. Nellie Burke/76, of 1210 Grand Ave., who died Sunday, was conducted at 3 p.m. today at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kenneth Burke, Gilbert Lane, Fred and Lawrence Gregg, Jerry Eaves and Gary Willis. KARL J. HURT BISHOP HILL - Funeral for Karl J. Hurt, 79, who died Fri day at Galesburg Cottage Hos pital, was conducted Monday afternoon at Johnson-Gill Schu ster Chapel in Galva by Rev Thoburn Enge, pastor of Community United Methodist Church. Burial was at Bishop Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Richard and John Stonberg, Wayne Ericson, David Wexell, Willard Leff and Louis Johnson. MRS. WILMON NEWELL ORLANDO, Fla. - Mrs. Wilmon Newell, Orlando, Fla., formerly cif Giaiesburg, died April 30 at Orlando. The former Helen Maybee spent most of her childhood at Galesburg. She was graduated from Galasburg High School in 1899 and from Knox College in 1902. She married Dr. Wilnton Newell in 1907. Her sister, Mrs. Coite (Mildred) Hill, Orlando, survives. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-210) GALESBUR8 MR CHARLES M. W1LK1NS JR. - 1089 Hawkinson Ave. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the Chapel. Masonic services at 7:30 P.M. Burial at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. —o— MR CHARLES B. CLAYPOOL - 540 Kenwick Drive. Graveskteservices I P.M. Wednesday at the Rock Island Arsenal National Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois Friends may call this evening at the Hmchhff- PearsonWcst Chapel. —o- MISS EMMA M. HOLMQUIST - 1135 Jefferson St. Services 130 I'M, Wednesday at Hinehliff-Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Cremation at Davenport, Iowa. , , COL. CHARLES CLAYPOOL Calling hours for Col. Charles B. Claypool, 59, of 540 Kenwick Dr., who died Monday at St. Mary's Hospital, will be this evening at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Ohapei. The h:urs were incorrectly reported in an obituary Monday. Burial will be Wednesday at National Cemetery, Rock Island. HARLEY V. FELT ROSEVILLE - Funeral for Harley V. Felt, 87, of Roseville who died last Thursday, was Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, Roseville, with Rev. Phillip Merritt, pastor of Roseville United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was at Roseville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dr. Charles Josephson, Dale Rjamer, Raymond Hutchins, Vernon Russell, Phil Adkisson and Max Ocrzatt. Missouri Bill Title Strange JEFFERSON CITY, Mo, (UPI) - The official title of the bill pending in the Missouri Legislature today which would require the state to grant funds for forming public water supply districts is: Senate Substitute for Senate , Committee Substitute for House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for {House Bill 657. <t> m W NU, IK., T.M. U .J. hf. 6lf. "Being retired, J don't mind doing nothing but I hate not having a day off to do it in!" HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Patricia G. Reiger, 1092 N. Broad St. Hunter C. Hill, Knoxville Mrs. Vera M. Byerly, 1409 N. Cedar St. John H. Hennenfent, Monmouth Mrs. Christine M. Hillier, 1039 Florence Ave. Mrs. Anna C. Danukos, Monmouth Albert H. Welsh, Avon Mrs. Mae J. Thorkveen, 301 E. Huston St. Harry J. Crouse, 1516 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Ella M. Dowell, Knoxville Mrs. Hellen L. Habbe, 1054 Monroe St. Mrs. Mae Loveall, Galva Jesse T. Morris, 777 S. Henderson St. Staci L. Burmood, Victoria Robert D. Bower Jr., Knoxville Emil E. Sundberg, 1735 Indiana Dr. Daniel A. Karrick, Williamsfield Arthur G. Fish, 1709 N. Prairie St. Fred L. Basley, 560 Iowa Ave. Mrs. Francis V. Cox, 1070 Dayton Dr. William L. Lindberg, 512 Phillips St. Mrs. Esther F. Wenstrom, Wataga Madge M. Renwick, Cameron James M. Kursock, Kewanee Bonnie J. Jones, Knoxville DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Deborah L. Svendeen, Monmouth Nickie A. Smith, Williamsfield Mrs. Margaret A. Bishop, 842 Locust St. . Raymond L. Kirkpatrick, 1265 W. North St. Zachary A. Perez, 513 N. Cedar St. Re-Elect(Continued From Page 2) Mrs. Daisy G. Wells, Canton Mrs. A. Joan Watkins, Abingdon Daniel R. Middaugh, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Kathryn B. Phillips, 157 N. Chambers St. Mrs. I. Dorothy Cramer, Gilson Carrie L. Jorganson, Oneida Circuit Court Jacqueline H. Mitchell, 17, 966 E. Knox St., was fined $50 Monday in Knox County Circuit Court for theft of lost- or mislaid merchandise on June 3, 1973. She was accused of having in her possession a quantity of merchandise from Arlans Department Store, 1280 N. Henderson St. Homer Dye, 57, Swordscreek, Va .Vwas fined $15 and $10 on two charges of public intoxication. Also fined was David Bloomgren, no age or address listed, $50 for disorderly conduct. I Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. George .1. McNeff, Avon, a girl Saturday at 1:46 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Brokaw, Media, are parents of a girl, Joie Dawn, born June 9. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kent, Media. Mr. and Mrs. James Brokaw, Brazil, are paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee McGeehon, former Media residents who now live in the quad-cities area, arc narents of a girl born May 17. Mrs. McGeehon is the former Carol Lant. Traffic Accidents Galesburg police responded to two separate accidents within six minutes Monday on Main Street. The first occurred at 12:42 p.m. in front of 712 E. Main St., when a motorcycle driven by Ivan R. Shinn, Wataga, was struck in the front by an auto driven by Irene V. Griffith, 63, 1439 E. Losey St. Shinn was traveling east on Main Street when the Griffith vehicle, traveling west, turned in front of him and struck the front of the motorcycle. Shinn was admitted to St. Mary's Hospital, where he was listed in fair condition today. Traffic Court William L. Turner, 33, Oneida, Monday was fined $50 for illegal transportation of liquor, and fitted $100 and sentenced to 14 days in the county jail for reckless driving. Also fined Monday*for speeding were Leo C. Dykeman, $10; Katherine Goodyear, 23, 1451 Hollycrest Circle, $10; Leh- msn J. Halford Jr., 24, Abingdon, $45; Theodore H. Jamison, 20, Rock Island, $25; Mary Ann T. Mupo, 35, 2800 Mary Ann Dr, $11; Joseph G. Sargeant, 22, Kirkwood, $10; Margret M. O'Kcefe, 20, Westchester, $10, and David C. Hasselbcrg, 43, At 12:48 p.m. in the 200 block| Rock Island » $ 10 - . n f T^d Main Cf ,w „ „„„ Fined for turning violations of Last Mam Street, a car| wcrc Marda L. . Rohr, 20, 1459 Rock Island Ave., $10, and Cal- dent's lawyer, collected $210,000 last summer "for distribution through intermediaries to the Watergate defendants or their attorneys." GAO said then th<tf $75,100 of this money came from Maurice H. Stans, Nixon campaign finance chief. FCRP gave this account of the transfer in the new report: "On June 29, 1972, Herbert Kalmbach requested of Stans that all possible cash funds be given to him for an urgent White House project, not related to the campaign, which he said had the approval of high authorities but which could not be described ... "Because of the urgency and importance advanced by Kalmbach, Stans gave him these funds totaling $75,000 on June 29, 1972" 12 days after the Watergate break-in and arrests. There was no immediate explanation of the discrepancy between the $75,100 figure cited by GAO and the $75,000 reported by FCRP. Federal law prohibits campaign contributions from agents of foreign principals. Though the donor was not named, the Washington Star- News said it "apparently" was Ramon Nolan, a wealthy sugar planter who has served as a roving Philippine ambassador in sugar-buying countries. Unflappable' The giant Andean condor rarefy flaps its 10-foot wings except on takeoff, in landing, or in emergencies. It usually soars on thermal currents. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Miss Brenda Kay Brown, Abingdon James C. Brown, Galesburg Route 2 Gary Coursey, Monmouth Mrs. Alice M. Duke, Peoria j Michael Gatlin, 257 W. North St. Kevin R. Pitman, 468 E. Dayton St. Mrs! Emma J. Reischling, Monmouth Ivan Shinn, Wataga Tim Tracy, Aledo James T. Tressell, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Margaret W. Ver Schage, Alpha Miss Donna Woodruff, Abingdon Mrs. Margaret Zimmerman, Good Hope DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Doris Lewis, 917 E. Knox St. Mrs. Linda A. Henderson, Avon Mrs. Dorothy Horwedel, 275 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Rae Dean Higgins, 190 S. Academy St. Mrs. Mary M. Wilson, 661 Wizard St. Mrs. Helen K. Adams, Mobile City James A. Penick, 497 Fifer St. Jason Robert Smith, Williamsfield Phillip W. Carlson, 839 Warren St. Refuse Piles Up As Crews Picket Alton's City Hall ALTON, 111. (UPI) - Trash piled up today in Alton as 30 garbage collectors, suspended through Wednesday in a dispute concerning working overtime, picketed City Hall. Raymond Childes, city public works director, said the men were suspended after they wrote a letter to him last week, complaining about heavy workloads. Mayor Paul Lenz defended Childes' action, saying the collectors complained about their work and Childes suspended them for insubordination. Lenz said he would do whatever is necessary to collect the trash so that no health hazard results from the uncollected garbage. Suits Filed Mary A. Mattson, administra tor of the estate of Donald D, Matt-son, has filed a suit against Charles G. Stambaugh in Knox County Circuit Court seeking $109,345 in damages. The suit alleges that Stambaugh was the driver of a car which collided with the left front of the Mattson car on 111. 97 two-tenths of a mile northwest of its junction with 111. 9 on Dec. 27, 1972. The suit alleges that Stambaugh was care 1 less and negligent in his driving. Mattson died Jan. 11,1973, ac cording to the suit. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Miss Gwen Diane Bruntmyer, 22, 486 Lombard St., and Gary Leo Stevens, 22, 1559 E. Knox St. MCDONOUGH COUNTY Marriage licenses were issued last week in the county clerk's office to Allan Lewis Nolten smeir of near Chandlerville and Deborah Christine Emory, Prairie City; William M, Forrester, Galesburg, and Debra J. Olson, of near Avon, and to Larry K. McMullen, Bardolph, and Terri E. Stambaugh, of near Adair. driven by Hyrcll M. Fouts, Abingdon, was struck by a station wagon driven by Ruth H. Pollard, 568 Maple Ave. The Fouts vehicle was traveling west on Main Street when the Pollard vehicle pulled from a parking space and struck the other car. There were no injuries. A motorcycle driven by Harold D. Logan, 1026 N. Seminary St., was involved in a head-on collision with a vehicle driven by Robert T. Self, Wataga. The accident occurred on a dirt road near North Lake Storey Road when the two vehicles, traveling in opposite directions, rounded a curve and struck each other. There were no injuries. Damage to the motorcycle was estimated at $600 and to Self's vehicle at $175. MONMOUTH — A car driven by Mike E. Reaber, 22, Aledo, was struck by a hit-and-run driver Monday at 7:15 a.m. on U.S. 34 about five miles east of Monmouth. Reaber to \i po 'ice he was driving cast and attempted and failed to swerve out of the way of an oncoming car, which sideswiped his and drove on. Cars driven by Mrs. Lela L. Agan, 33, 128 S. Main St., and Lawrence McCoy, 40, 403 W. Fourth Ave., collided Monday at 11:03 a.m. at the corner of Main Street and Fourth Avenue. McCoy was reportedly making a left turn from the northbound lane of Main Street to Fourth Avenue when he drove into the path of the Agan car, which was southbound on Main Street. McCoy was charged with a right-of-way violation. 49, 1301 vin C. McReynolds Frank St., $10. Fined for failing to comply with a stop sign or traffic signal were Kenneth S. .Pumfrey, 20, London Mills, $10; Carol A. Powelson, 30, Altona, $10; Rita F. Crawford, 35, 835 Wisconsin Ave., $10 and Mark A. Hall, 23, 534 N. Chambers, $10. Arthur L. O'Dell, 41, Henderson, was found guilty of driving without a license and fined $40. Fined for muffler violations were Steven C. Breckenridge, 19, Yates City, $10; Randy M. Hahn, 16, Yates City, $10; Russell A. Stewart, 23, 708 W. First St., $20; Michael L. Shepherd, 1.C, Lake Bracken, $10, and Larry A. Hankins, 23, 639 S. Chambers St., $10. Two persons were fined for unsafe tires — Garth D.Kenney, 35, Galva, $10, and Dewey P. Prescott, 16, 598 Monmouth Blvd., $10. Keiiney was also fined $20 for driving too fast for conditions. Theresa Hawkinson, Abingdon, was fined $10 for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident, and Cynthia J. Beckman, 16, 991 S. Cedar St., was fined $10 for failure to stop for a crossing sign. McDONOUGH COUNTY Fines were paid last week in Traffic Division of Circuit Court by William R. Soland II, 20, Blandinsville, $10, improper passing; Randall L. Powell, 21, 445 N. Jackson St., Bushnell, $10, disobeying flashing red light; Monte R. McCarty, 17, Adair, $15, careless driving; Daryl L. Borders, 23, 251 Charles St., Bushnell, $10, driv- Arres!s Eugene Thompson 19 Wb- ing too fas for cond j ti0 ns, and Michael P. Ard, 22, Prairie Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Helen R. Price against John R. Price, Darlyn R. Spangler against David L. Spangler, Martin Henry Cahill against Kathryn Colleen CahilL and Doris Kay Howerter against Kenneth Eugene Howerter. Vandalism MONMOUTH - Owen Chambers, 809 S. Second St., reported to police Monday at 8:44 a.m. that vandals had broken four windows at his home by throwing beer bottles through them. He said the vandalism occurred sometime between Sunday at 9 a.m. and the time of the report. Damage was estimated at $50. Aircraft Club Has Meeting MONMOUTH - Ted Lam- basio, Earl Meyer, Roger Lawhorn, and Harley Kiebert reported on their personal projects at a meeting of the Experimental Aircraft Chapi­ ter 350 Saturday at Monmouth airport. A request was made for volunteers to park planes at the July 4 Fly-in and it was reported there will be a Fly- in at Blakesburg, Iowa, July 8. A film The Wind is Right was shown. The next meeting will be July 7 at the home of Roger Lawhorn who will show his Fly-Baby. Thefts MONMOUTH - Police are investigating a burglary of about $2,000 worth of tools at the G' ( astex Co., 600 W. 10th Ave. An employe, who reported the theft Monday at 7:55 a.m., said it took place sometime between Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and the time of the report. Entry was through a broken window on the west side of the building. Mrs. Marcelle Mclntyre, 300 W. Boston Ave., reported to police Monday at 11:15 p.m. that a distributor, radiator, oil filler cap and an air cleaner had been stolen from her car between 3-11:15 p.m. while her auto was parked at Community Memorial Hospital She listed the value of the stolen items at $30. READ THE WANT ADS! Angler Nets Depth Charge BRIXHAM, England (UPI) A fisherman started to break up a mysterious lump of metal hauled up in a trawler's net. Then the object started to fizz and navy bomb experts were called in. They discovered the object was a wartime depth charge containing 300 pounds of explosive tags, was arrested Monday stonily before 9 p.m. for disorderly conduclt after a Knox County Sheriff's deputy was oatod to Douglas where Thompson had reportedly been driving recklessly. Several residents ithere complained that Thompson was endangering lives with his manner of driving. His oar was inoperable by the time itlhe deputy arrived, and Thompson was arrested af: ter he continued to orealte a disturbance, authorities staid. Two persons were arrested Monday for disorderly conduct stemming from separate incidents. Harry Baker, 27, 203 Pennsylvania Ave., was charged after an alleged incident early Sunday involving a Galesburg couple. He was arrested Monday in Henderson by police detectives. John P. Fox, 51, Morristown, Tenn., was taken into custody at 9:50 p.m. near the corner of Tompkins and Seminary streets. He was charged with public intoxication. MONMOUTH - Richard D. Johnson, 22, Lawton, Okla., was charged today at 4:17 a.m. with driving while his license was suspended and illegal transportation of liquor. Three passengers in Johnson's car were charged with illegal transportation of liquor. They were John W. Rice, 18, Abingdon; Chester II. West, 46, 345 Locust St., Galesburg, and Dallas L. Angelo, 18, 825 N. D St Donald Jay Williams, 22, 800 S. D St., was charged Monday at 9:16 p.m. with disorderly conduct. He was charged on complaint of Barry Swanson. Kenneth D. Johnson, 18, Alexis, and Barry W. Pheiffer, 17, Gerlaw, were charged today at 1:03 a.m. by Alexis Marshal James Wayne with theft of under $150. City, $50, no valid drivers license for six months. Others paying fines were Roger L. Mason, 720 Osborn St., Bushnell,, $35, illegal possession of liquor, and Douglas K. Herzog, 18, Industry, $10, no protective glasses while driving a motorcycle. Speeding fines were paid by Michael L. Lester, 18, Good Hope; Richard L. Hocker, 26, Adair, and Paul J. Bethell, 44, Monmouth, all $10. Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Six divorces have boon granted in Circuit Count on complaints charging menial cruelty. Stephen Fredrick Billups was divorced town Mango Ann Billups. Married Oct. 1, 1971, the couple had one child. Custody was granted to the mother. Becky Sue Schisler was divorced ifrom Everett L. Schisler. The couple was married June 24, 1972, and had no children. The wife resumed her former name Becky Sue Davis. A divorce was 'granted to Peggy Lynn Anderson from Thornais Michael Anderson. Married Oct. 1, 1968, the couple had one child. Custody was granted to the moither. Shirley J. Roach was divorced from Kenneth H. Roach. The couple was married Feb. 15, 1964, and had two children. Custody was granted to the mother. Carol yn J. Pienson was granted a divorce from David L. Pierson. Mainied Aug. 30, 1957, the couple had three children. Custody was awarded to the mother. A divorce was granted to Mary Lou Tinkham from Donald Dale Tinkham. Married Jan. 17, 11)70, ithe couple had tu> children. 'Wie wife resumed her former name, Mary Lou Bord- uer. McDONOUGH COUNTY - A divorce was granted last week Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters extinguished a blaze in the front seat in Circuit Court to Kichard A, of a car Monday shortly before,Crowi, 307 E. Jackson St., Bush- 6 p.m. near the corner of Cherry ;nell, from Cheryl (Croxtoiu and Ferris streets. Light Joss was reported. The vehicle belonged to Henry Welch, 1750 Bluebird Dr Crowl, Suitluiid, Md., on grounds of mental cruelty, The couple was married June 5, 1971, and had no children.

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