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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 13, 1973
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS CLIFFORD L. GRAY LOMAX-Olifford Leroy Gray, 29, of Lomax, was pronounced dead Tuesday morning at Burlington Hospital ate he drowned late Monday night near Paul's Marina, Burlington. He was born Sept. 9, 1943, at Burlington. He was employed at the Iowa Army Ordinance Plant. He was a former Lomax •town clerk and a member of the Lotnax Fire Department. He was also a mcmibcr of the Burlington Eagles Lodge. Survivors Include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gray, Dallas City; three daughters, Angela Jo, Tammy Kay and Christie Joefllcn, all at home; two sisters, Mrs. Robert (Mary Hazel) Hernandez of South Dar kota and Miss Kaitnina Dawn Gray, Dallas City. Funeral will be at the Fiedler Funeral' Home, Dallas City, Friday at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Dale Carson, pastor of First Chrisr tian Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Byler Cemetery near Burnside. Visitation will be ait the funeral home Thursday from 7-8 p.m. COL. CHARLES B. CLAYPOOL Graveside services for Col. Charles B. CJIaypoo! (Ret.), 59, of 540 Kemvick Dr. who died Monday, were '.today at 1 p.m. at the Rock Island ' Arsenal National Cemetery, with-Dr. Joseph , C. Hoffman, minister .emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating. Military rites were conducted by a ceremonlad squad from Fort, Sheridan. 191(5, In MownoutJi. She was a member of First Lutheran Church, the VFW Auxiliary and World War It Mothers' Club. Surviving arc her husband; two sons, Eric, Monmouth, and Robent, Monmouth; a daughter, Mrs. Louise Biggins, New Windsor; 13 grandchildren and nine greait-grandahildren; two sisters, Mrs. Velma DeBok, [Monmouth, and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Monmouth. Funeral services will be Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth. Rev. Geraild Youngquist will officiate. Friends may call Thursday afternoon and Friday. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may he made to the Wartd War H Mothers' Club, the family said. CHARLES M. WILKINS JR. Funeral for Charles M. WM- ,kins Jr., 50, of 1089. Hawkinson Ave. who died.Monday, was today ait 10 a,m. at Hinohliff-Pear- son-West Chapel, with Rev. Ray Kistlisr, pastor oif East Main Congregational . Church, officiating. BurM was at Oak Lawn Mei mordal.. :'Gairdens. Pallbearers were Danny Lally, Floyd Liepitz, Doug Williams, Bill Gray, Jim Heikes and Charles Barkley. Masonic services were conducted at - the funeral: *home Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. by Alpha Masonic Lodge 155, AF & AM, with Jesse Goff as master, Irv Spencer, chaplain, 'and Clyde Landon, secretary. EMMA M. HOLMQUIST Funeral for Emma M. Holm ,quist, 95, 1135 Jefferson St., who died Sunday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchiliff-Peairson-Wiest Chapel, with Rev. Ordell Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church, 'officiating. Cremation was at Davenport, Iowa. Among her survivors is a niece, Mrs. Rae Sparry, whose name was spelled incorrectly in an earlier cbilwary. MRS. FAWN HOLMBERG MONMOUTH - Fawn Mary Hotaberg, 73, of 1005 S. C St., Monmouth, died today at 2:30 a .m. at Community Memorial Hospital. She was born July 12, 1899, In Monmouth, where she was reared and educated. She married Erik Holmbarg on Aug. 2, Whatever the ^Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N, BROAD 312-8121 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVIUE, ILLINOIS Elsie F. Curtis 720 WUltlng Ave. Galesburg Funeral Services 1:30 P.M. - THURSDAY lalfc Klhe Funeral Beam where Wartds may call this evening. Inltermenit in the Abingdon Oemeileiry. —o Miss Mary Fennel Watagu GiravesBide 6©r vices 9:30 AM llhwrediay alt itlhio Waitaga Cemetery* OThaD wilt be m G. CLINTON HUMBERT MONMOUTH - G. Clinton Humbert, 79, Indianapolis, Ind., a former Monmouth resident, died Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Marion County General Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born April 2, 1894, at Keithsburg and was a graduate of Monmouth College and the University of Indianapolis. . Mr. Humbert had been a member of the Monmouth Presbyterian Church and the Monmouth Lodge 37, AF&AM. Surviving Is a daughter, Mrs. Ronald Schneider, Frankfort, Ky.; a grandson; two sisters, Mrs. Mona McGinnes, Monmouth, and Mrs. Theo Rees, Glenwood Springs, Col.o.; a nephew and two great-nephews. Services will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth. Rev. Vern Pat Butler will officiate. Friends may call Thursday. Burial will be at the Green- mound Cemetery, Keithsburg. RALPH D. KYLE JR. MONMOUTH - Ralph Dean Kyle Jr., 58, Prescott, Ariz., died there Dec. 18, 1972. He was born Dec. 22, 1913, at Monmouth, where he was reared and educated. He attended Western New Mexico University, Silver City, and Texas Western College, El Paso. He was a medical technician. He was a member of the former Second United Presbyterian Church in Monmouth. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Merle J. Kyle, Prescott; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Miller, Prescott, and Mrs. Phoebe Slaughter, Phoenix, Ariz.; and five brothers, William C. Kyle, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Dr. Robert Kyle, Cedar Falls, Iowa, David C. Kyle, Finley, Ohio, Rev. Edwin Kyle, Maplcton, Ore., and Herbert L. Kyle, Greenbelt, Md. Rev. Kyle will officiate at a memorial service at the Turnbull Funeral Home Saturday at 2 p.m. and a prayer service will be conducted at the grave at Monmouth Cemetery. Family visitation will be at the Warren County Farm Bureau building Saturday from 3-5 p.m. RAMONA R. PHILLIPS ABINGDON - Funeral for Ramona R. Phillips, 10, of 405 Western Ave., Abingdon, who died Monday, was today at 2 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon, with Rev. Joseph Williams, pastor of Abingdon United Pentecostal Church, officiating. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. MRS, GEORGIA DICKSON ALPHA — Funeral for Mrs, Georgia Dickson, 82, of Alpha who died Sunday, was at Peterson-Wallin-Knox Chapel at Alpha Tuesday at 10 a.m. Graveside services were conducted at Oak Hill Cemetery, Lewistown, at 2 p.m. She was born in Liverpool Mausoleum! and Monuments •ill! W. Main Township on Nov. 10, 1890. She was reared in Fulton County and educated in schools there and at Western Illinois University. She married Ben W. Dick* son at Lcwistown on June 28, 1921. She taught school in Fulton, Knox and Henry counties for 38 years. She was a member of Alpha United Methodist Church. Surviving arc a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Picard, Peoria, and a stepson, Ralph E. Dickson, Kewanec. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. MERRILL N. VanLIEW FAIRVIEW - Funeral for Merrill VanLiew, 82, Fairview, who died Sunday, was Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Fairview Reformed Church, with Rev. Willis J. VanderKooi, pastor, officiating. Burial was at Fairview Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lee Roberts, Clark Burnett, Raymond L. Stucky, Lewis and James Negley and Robert Erickson. DEWEY J. MOSHER VIOLA — Funeral for Dewey J. Mosher, 74, of Viola, who died Monday, will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Crummy Funeral Home, Viola. Burial will be at Rock Island Arsenal Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday after 2 p.m. and Friday until the time of the service, at the funeral home. Council Acts | On Clean-Vp At Keithsburg KEITHSBURG — Repairs to flood-damaged streets and cleanup operations were discussed when the Keithsburg City Council met June 4. Members voted to replace two pumps used during the Mississippi River flood and to remove the Washington Street levee. Plans were made to start sidewalk repairs, but officials agreed to consult an engineer about drainage problems before street resurfacing is started. The council will seek bids for repairs to the pump house roof. In other action, the council instructed the health board to inspect the area for old buildings, autos or other structures which could prove to be hazardous. The council will consider ordering removal of unsafe buildings, and fines will be levied for violation of city ordinances. Clyde Cooper was elected mayor pro tern. Appointed to committees were Lewis Miller, streets and alleys; Jerry McLee, finance; John Cooper, license law, Rodney Finch and Clyde Cooper, water and sewer; Larry Barnhouse, ordinance; Russ Downey, pub- lice grounds, buildings and sidewalks; Gene McWhorter, city attorney; Roy Finch, mainte nance, and Virgil Pinger, marshal. Bedding Subject For Homemakers Catherine Larson presented the major lesson on care and selection of mattresses when members of the Walnut Grove Homemakers Extension Unit met May 29 at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Johnston. The minor lesson was given by Miss Edna Charlson. Plans were made for a joint meeting with Lynn and Walnut Grove 4-H club members at the United Church of Altona July 3 at 1:45 p.m. Suzanne Main, council member, reported on an officer training school. A quartet including Kathie Holmes, Marlene Manning, Wanda Asplund and Gayla Quick sang several selections during the program. Berivick Couple Back From Trip BERWICK - Rev. and Mrs. Mark Kafkas have returned home after being delegates to the American Baptist biennial convention at Omaha, Neb. Mike Taylor recently spent several days visiting friends in Wisconsin. Guests June 3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Meachum were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cole, West Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Holm and Rev. and Mrs. Darrel Hendrickson, all of Lake Villa, were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parkins. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smith and Sonja recently spent a few days in Chicago. Henderson Grove Grange's Dinner Set for June 15 th HENDERSON GROVE—Plans for the annual progressive din ner were made when Hender son Grove Grange members met recently. Wesley Nelson was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Ru'Ji Cluite will host the first course June 15 at 7 p.m Members will then progress to other homes for various courses, returning to the Grange Hal for dessert and a demonstration on china painting by Mrs Wilbur Wilson. A report was given on a recent ward party f<r patients at Galesburg Staite Research Hospital, and the next ward party was set June 26. A program of readings on Father's Day and Flag Day were given by Mrs. Vivian Larson, Mrs. Phil Moberg, Mrs. G u n n a r d Lundeen and Mrs. Gunnard Lundeen, Mrs. Wesley Nelson and Linda Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Lundeen and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Patch served refreshments. Next meeting will be June 25. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mury's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Miss Gwendolyn J. Allen, 372 Day St. Charles L. Artz, 61.4 E. Berrien St. Jerry L. Alwater, Galesburg Route 4 yle L. Austin, Galesburg Mrs. Lida B. Bolnow, Knoxville Michael Charles Brown, 212 Cottage Ave. Mrs. Deborah D. Fiacco, 2712 Springer Rd. )anicl J. Fox, Hotel Custer Miss Barbara J. Kinzer, Abingdon Mrs. Anna V. Larson, 208 Illinois Ave. Oura\ H. Lee, St. Augustine Mrs. Helen J. Melton, Galesburg Route 2 Stanley L. dinger, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Agnes L. Romano, Monmouth Glenn Saline, Rio Miss Stephanie A. Stephens, Peoria Miss Paula Waggoner, Williamsfield DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Miss Mary E. Simkins, 1380 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Mary Bailey, 1469 W. Main St. Michael Gatlin, 257 W. North St. Robert L. Rupert, 1319 S. Chambers St. Miss Donna Woodruff, Abingdon Mrs. Barbara J. O'Neal, Abingdon Mrs. Vivian p'ranklin, 464 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Deborah Ann Reeder, 160 Duffield Ave, Mrs. Florence E. Wilkerson, 993 Willard St. Wednesday, June, 13, 1973 11 Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Trustees at Joy Agree to Spend Aid for Streets JOY—The Joy Village Board of Trustees voted June 7 to spend $5,100 in federal revenue •sharing funds to improve village streets. Board members also agreed to start a program to upgrade the village lighting system, More than 40 existing street lights will be Improved, and four new lights will' be added. Lights along 111, 17 also will be improved. The board set a fine of up •to $200 for persons who violate an ordinance calling for weeds and grass to be cut when they reach eight inches. Jim Faulkner was appointed to the zoning board. Mr, and Mrs, Robert Pence were guests of honor at a reception June 2 for their 25th 'wedding anniversary. The 80th birthday of Mrs. E. L. Bryant was celebrated at ;i ••>-*rty J'.nr. 1 3 a'. Wells Ca"e. They'll. Do It Every Time ® Court Rules aiust Detroit School District CINCINNATI (UPI) - A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that predominantly while suburban school districts around Detroit must integrate in one area-wide plan with largely black schools in the central city. The attorney for 40 of the 52 school districts involved said he would appeal the decision to the Supreme Court. The high bench deadlocked 4-4 last month, thus letting stand an appeals court decision that overturned a similar integration order for Richmond, Va. In its ruling, the 6th U.S. Court of Appeals upheld by a 63 vote U.S. District Judge Stephen Roth's year-old integration order, but it disagreed with his specific plan to end segregation and ordered him to hold new hearings. Suitor Will Try Electric Proposal TROY, Mich. (UPI) - Terry Heinz believes his love will not only light up the sky tonight but convince the object of his laiffection to marry him. Heinz, SO, an executive with the Hilton Hotels Corp. in Chicago, has contracted a small plane to fly around Worcheck's home at 10 p.m. WASHINGTON (UPI) - Mrs. with his message flashing in,Leonid I. Brezhnev will not Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Byron L. Crouch, 366 Indiana Ave. Myron P. Lucas, 925 Dayton Dr. Meigs W. Lemon, Aledo Jose Alvarez,. 1013 Lyman St. James M. Self, Williamsfield Samuel D. Hopping, .. 61 N. West St. Mrs. Georgia M. Solomon, 137 S. Ivan Ave. Edward W. Owens, Dahinda Melinda R. Bowton, Abingdon Mrs. Naomi A. Grays, 1815 Baird Ave. Mrs. Bieatrice Faroicr, 888 S. Henderson St. Joni L. Jackson, Knoxville Irmajean White, Knoxville Mrs. Kay E. Sohoenfeld, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Sally A. Rutan, 1428 N; Seminary St. Wilfred F. Flowers, Knoxville Mrs. Lois E. Leif, Lynn Center Mrs. Linda J. Elmore, Galesburg Route 3 Chester C. Vawter, • 924 N. Kellogg St. • DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Onia D. Rltchey, Monmouth Leland E. Antrim, 574 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Susan A. Helander, Cameron Amy L. Dopp, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Susan D. Alderson, Gilson Mrs. Joyce I. Stogdifl, Knoxville Mrs. May A. Campbell, 257 S. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Betty M. Malcolm, 1117 Hawkinson Ave. Ralph E. Pierce, Bardolph Mrs. Violet C. Meadows, 1492 Grand Ave. Mrs. Rosemarie McKie, 358 Columbus Ave. Mrs. Edith D. Young, Knoxville Ernest V. Swanson, Knoxville Troy A. Helmack, 516 Olivo St. Mrs. Margaret E. Ayers, 623 Lincoln SI. Mrs. Patricia G. Reigi'r, 1092 N. Broad St. Madge M. Rcnwick, Cameron Mrs. Florence M. Tult, 869 Peck St. Kenneth D. Nelsou, Maquon Terri Jo Steward, Galva Group Sponsors Bicycle 'Rodeo 9 At London Mills LONDON MILLS - Dennis Thompson,, extension adviser, was in charge of. a bicycle safety rodeo June 1 sponsored by Sunshine Valley Girls 4-H Club; A course was set up to check the rider's ability, and bikes were inspected to make certain they met safety standards. Assisting with the rodeo were Nancy Marshall, home extension adviser; Mrs. Janet Malone, 4-H club leader, and Walter Riley, Mrs. Pat McNeeley and Mrs. Joyce Bogard. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson were guests of honor at a reception June 3 for their 25th wedding anniversary. Hostess for the event • was their daughter, Pam. Mrs. Robert White, Mrs. John Mazzocoo and Mrs. Veryl Butler assisted. Guthrie "Fat" Davis was presented a diamond pin on his retirement after working 25 years for Caterpillar Tractor Co. Friends and relatives presented him a rod and reel at surprise party at his home May 31. Rev. Delmar Ranfield was honored at a potluck June 3 at London Mil.\s United Methodist Church. He had been interim pastor for the past six months Today's Record Mrs. Brezhnev "patTo Stav Home Post Honor Roll For Union High BIGGSVILLE - Union High School officials have named students who- qualified for the honor roll for the' second semester. They include: Mary Allaman, Samuel Bigger, Kathy Carner, John Darrah, Joanne Graham. Randy Hale, Debbie Heller. Lorl Hultgron, Debbie Janssen, TimoUi.v Allaman, Mark Beal, Cathy Burgdorf, Roberta Davilla, Diana Dehner, Dennis Glbb, Ten Henson, Mark Hertford, Joni Hultgren, Lyle Jones. Pamela Martin and Patty MrGraw. Karen Meyer, Olson, Betty Perry, Craip nima, Linda Jones, Cindy Keever, Annette Kobus, David Koonmans, Beverly Nelson, Leigh Olson, Karen Peterson, Ann ZuriTiiiehlen. Betty Rogers, Sandra Seymour. Kevin Lon Simpson, Barbara Stevens, Rebecca Torrance, Janice Van Tine, John Wegman and John Weir. In addition to students named, the following students were named to the fourth quarter honor roll: William Allaman, Timothy Alln- m«n, Mark Beal, Jody Baum<?ard- ner. Kevin Booten, Susan Link, Chris M^Cabe, Connie Melonn, Robin Millard. Jack Olson, Karen Peterson. Kevin Shauman and Jan ice Stoneking. Traffic Court Joel E. Hiel, 19, Avon, was fined $100 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for illegal possession of liquor and $25 for speeding. Others fined for' speeding were Robert P. Wade, 27, 1163 lane Ave., $19; Arthur Wiiburn, 40, 824 Abingdon St., $11; Harvey H. Hartman, 47, Watseka, $12; Patricia E. Anderson, 28, Wataga, $13; Richard W. Pratt Jr., 16, Knoxville, $14; Gregory A. Wiles, 18, 108 S. West St., $12; James E. Miller, 51, Vevay, Ind., $15; Ronald E. Pointer, 30, 488 S. Soangetaha Rd., $13, and Elaine Mason, 27, 435 Ohio Ave., $12. Elaine Mason also paid $5 for a wheel tax sticker violation. Fined $10 for speeding were Terry R. DeJaynes, 20, Abingdon; Johnie Wilson, 31, Cham paign; Timmy D. Anderson, 16, Aledo, and Edith M. Robinson, 27, 460 Oak St. Falling to yield the.right of way resulted in $10 fines for Regina Lawson, 17, 708 N>. Cedar St.; Larry J. Owen, 25, Ma comb; Katherine B. Beaumaster, 67, Kissimmee, Fla., and Robert F. Seibert, 31, 712 Maple Ave. Ronald E. Johnson, 18, Monmouth, and Jerry W. Taylor, 16, 1675 S. Seminary St., were each lined $10 for excessive acceleration. Others fined $10 Tuesday were Kenneth W. Dieck, 25, Waukegan, no red tail lights, and David W. Nelson, 21, 1775 Clay Dr., obstructing traffic. Seattle Resident Visits Smithshire SM1THSHIRE - Marilyn Heller, Seattle, Wash., an airline stewardess, recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heller. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kerr, Middletown, lnvva. were guests June 3 at the home of her mother, Mrs. Orilla Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hilten were recent dinner guesta at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Roger Hilten, Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCollum, Orrick, Mo., recently visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCollum and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Avery. Traffic Accidents Michael C. Brown, 16, 212 Cottage Ave., wias treated and released at St. Mary's Hospital emergency room Tuesday for injuries he received about 10 p.m. when he rode a bicycle into the path otf a car driven by Dorothy L. Bogeamt, 44, 235 Silver St. Police said the mishap occurred at the intersection of Prairie and Tompkins streets. The bicycle reportedly did not have a light. There were no charges. Jerry L. Walker, -39, Kimbemly Terrace, was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his oar was hit by one driven by Judith A. Plasters, 22, Abingdon, Tuesday at 4:36 p.m. in the 1700 block of Monmouth Boulevard. No tickets ware issued in two accidents involving semis, according to police. A semi driven by Charlie L. Ad kins, 32, Jefferson City, Tenn., hit a car driven by Joseph C. Wunderlidh; 66, 109 Walnut St., Tuesday at 8:27 a.m. at the comer a" Kellogg and Main streets. A semi turning the corner at the intersection of Seminary and Losey streets clipped a utility pole, stretching wires and knocking out a traffic signal, Tuesday shortly after 3 p.m. The truck v/as driven by David Louis Landau, 39, Minneapolis, Minn. Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Olive C. Capitanl was granted a divorce in Circuit Court from Elmer E. Capitanl on a complaint charging mental cruelty. Married May 31. 1961, the couple had one child. The court termed both parents fit for custody and awarded custody to the father. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY -Mary M. (Chapman) Bean, 29, of near Galesburg, and Emmett L. Mc-. Geehon, 26, Abingdon. Deborah Sue Anderson, 21, 220 N. Pleasant Ave., and Jeffrey Carl Luvall, of near Galesburg. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Carol Ann Powelson against Frederick L. Powelson. Mystery Man Goes lo Juil, Police Puzzled LONDON (UPI) - Mr. Mystery went wordlessly to jail Tuesday lo start a 9-mouth sentence for burglary. That left police with the same problem they have been trying MONMOUTH - A 7-year-old Monmouth boy escaped with minor injuries Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. when his tricycle struck the side of a moving truck. Trevor Freiden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo, Freiden, 300 S. E St., was taken to Community Memorial Hospital, where he was treated and released. The boy reportedly rode his tricycle from a driveway at 229 S. D.St, and struck the side of a northbound truck driven by William H. Speck, 42, 410 S. E. St. Circuit Court Two Peoria women pleaded guilty Monday in Knox County Circuit Court to forgery and their cases were continued for consideration of probation requests. The women, Elizabeth A. Beard, 31, and Dorothy May Robinson, 35, were released after their court appearances and ordered to appear later. A third woman, 17-year-old Teresa Taylor, also of Peoria, had an attorney appointed to represent her and was ; released. All throe? women claimed to be addicted lo narcotics, and were being treated daily at, St. Mary's Hospital since they were arrested late last week. They were accused of cashing stolen checks at a number of Galesburg businesses. "Pat-Will You electric lights Marry Me?" ••He's asked mo before," Pat said Tuesday when told ol (he plan. "He figures lha can embarrass me feito it." She conceded Tuesday that his latest proposal "will be very well considered." /SnfK •lalMburg. Ml- Take the family camping this year, CJowose from the large selection of pampers in the classified ads! V.u'in Sa 'iB Sel SPRINGFIELD (UP1)- Treasurcr Alan Dixon says he will sell 100 rolls of uncirculat­ ed 1964 Kennedy hall dollars for $16.63 a roll. accompany her husband when the Soviet Communist party leader comes to the United States this weekend for an eight-day staite visit. President Nixon had Invited Mrs. Brezhnev to make the trip when he attended the summit meeting in Moscow in May, million lf)72. W'i'1" House ofl"Ti;il.i g iv T<.> h».' -a';•<!••> ('"mm-roe no immediate reason 1'w the Commi.s,i!iii (ICC) g;ive the State!decision of Mrs. Brezhnev not,railroads permission Tuesday Railroads Seek Rate Increase WASHINGTON (UPI) ^ The nation's railroads will file for a 5 per cent general freight rate increase that would boost their revenue by an estimated $619 to solve since they arrested him Jo hn P. Fox, Svvordscreek, W. two months ago-his identity, va., was fined $35 for disorderly Until they find out, police conduct. •m.-jds said, Si-o'.hnd Yardi Conservation law violations • file man's criminal!resulted in $10 fines for James M. Hedden, 23, Farmington, no valid fishing license, and Francis E. Burger, 42, 801 Whiting Ave., no approved life saving device in a boat. Pat Garza, 50, 263 Fulton St., paid $5 for allowing a dog to run loose. vc - ir man s record undsr "unidentified." Mr. Mystery, a blond-haired man with an Irish accent, refused to give his name to police who arrested him. He said nothing in court after he pleaded innocent to charges of stealing from a student hostel. When Judtfe Suzunns Nar- to accompany hex- husband. They staid Brezhnev may be accompanied by other members of bite family. to file for the increase, which will go into efifleet between July 20 and Aug. 10 if il is approved by the ICC ! As the man sentence, police check thousands police spokesman said, &"Xt looks like a long, longj Job. * slMiled started of files. his er at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Larry .J. Farm, 88tt S. Henderson St., a girl tuj'fuesday at 7:17 p.m. Mi-, and Mrs, E4war4 M. goto men, 137 Ivan Ave,, ft boy day at 12:27 a.m.

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