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DEATH: AND FUNERAL; Former Knox VJ He Resident Slain In California FRESNO, Calif. - Gary Allen Shaver, 35, Fresno, Calif., a former Knoxville resident, died Tuesday evening of a gunshot wound at his home. Shaver's wife, Nellie Blanche. 33, is being held in the Fresno city jail pending charges in the apparent homicide. Shaver died from a gunshot wound in the chest from a small caliber weapon. Shaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shaver, Knoxville, were visiting the couple when the shooting occurred, authorities said. They stated that the two had been having marital problems but that there had been no disagreement that evening. Shaver was shot while in the bedroom. Funeral services will be Saturday at the Lyle Funeral Home, Fresno. Local arrangements are pending at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. MRS. LEONARD CURTIS Funeral for Mrs. Leonard Curtis, 80, of 720 Whiting Ave., who died Saturday, was Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Raymond Marquith, pastor of East Galesburg Community Church, officiating. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dale May Sr., Doyl • Smith, Jack Knowles and Calvin Lawrence. Home, Geneseo, where she had lived for the past five years. The former Lena Williams was born March 31, 1879, in Warren County, and mauled Clarence Payne Oct, 26, 1893, at GeneseO. He died lit 1952. Surviving are a son, Earl of Kewance; three daughters, Mrs. Leland Gabrielson, of near New Windsor, Mrs. Hazel Gibbs, Victoria, and Mrs. Roy Norberg, Woodhull; JO grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren; six sisters, Mrs. Nettie Papenhau- scr and Mrs. Nina Wise, both of Moline, Mrs. Henry Orr, East Molinc, Mrs. Jennie Nary, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Mrs. Tillie Swanson, Geneseo, and Mrs. AJinie Blanehard who lives in Montana. Funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Peterson-Wallin- Knox Chapel, Woodhull, with Rev. Ensign Lxjininger, pastor of the United Church of Woodhull, officiating. Burial will be at Woodhull Cemetery.. Visitation will be Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at funeral home. Memorials may be made to the United Church of Woodhull, the family said. MRS. CLARENCE PAYNE GENESEO — Mrs. Clarence Payne, 94, a former Woodhull resident, died Thursday at 5:20 a.m. at the Hillcrest Nursing Whatever the (Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON 128 N. BROAD 342-6121 CLARENCE A. BROWN Clarence A. Brown, 79, of 499 Hawkinson Ave., died Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at Knox County Nursing Home. He had been a Knox College maintenace man. He was bom in Clinton, Iowa, Oct. 21, 1893. He married Ruby M. Brummett Nov. 26, 1947, at Peoria. She survives with a son, Ronald V. of Omaha, and two grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, where friends may call Sunday evening. Burial will'be at Clinton. tiring. She was a member of First United Methodist Church and the Business and Professional Womens Club. Nieces and nej>hews survive. Funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Tumbull Funeral Home. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the Tumbull chapel today and Saturday until the hour of the service. Memorials may be made to the Monmouth Nursing Home, the family said. MRS. HIRAM C. TURNER MONMOUTH - Mrs. Hiram C. Turner, 87, Monmouth, died Thursday at 5:05 a.m. at the LaMoine Christian Nursing Home, Roseville. The former Bessie Fields was born May 12, 1886, in Berwick Township, and married Hiram C. Turner Oct. 7,1909, at Abingdon. He died Oct. 13, 1960. She lived in Warren County most of her life, and was a member of Abingdon Christian Church. Surviving are two sons, Carl of Ipava and Clifford of Tel Aviv, Israel; two daughters, Mrs. Carl (Margaret) Richner, Boston, Mass., and Mrs. Ernest (Jewell) Johnson, Berwick; 13 grandchildren and 26 great­ grandchildren; a brother, Bradford Fields, Auburn, 111., and a sister, Mrs. Bertha Yeoman, Burlington, Iowa. Funeral will be Saturday at p.m. at Corman Memorial Home. Roseville. Burial will be at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery, Monmouth. Mrs. Zella Pearl Paul RR Smithfield, 111. Services 10 A.M. - SATURDAY ROOT FUNERAL HOME Fair view Friends may oaM this evening at the Funeral Home. Mr. Howard L. Negley Toulon, 111. Services 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at the FAIRVIEW REFORMED CHURCH 'Friends may call this evening aJt the Root Funeral Home, Fairview. ROOT SfuneroJJHome Fairview-Maquon^ MISS VERA I. LEWIS MONMOUTH — Miss Vera I Lewis, 89, of 1124 E. First Ave., died Thursday at 8:15 a.m. at the Monmouth Nursing Home, where she had lived about one year. She was born Oct. 29, 1883, in Warren County, and was reared and educated in the Larchland community. She worked as head of the filing department at Illinois Bankers Life for many years before re- Mausoleums and Monuments McFALL MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St Oalesburg, III. Phone 342-6512 AUTHOR) i D E A Lf R CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville • Avon London Mills Mrs. Bessie Turner Age 87 Monmouth, III. Services 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE Burial in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery, Monmouth. WJL-JC nox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS LENA I. PAYNE Age 94 Hillcrest Home, Geneseo Formerly of Woodhull Funeral 2 P.M. - SUNDAY at PETERSON-WALL1N-KNOX CHAPEL, WOODHULL Burial Woodhull Ccmtery. Visitation Saturday night 7-9 P.M. Memorials to United Church, Woodhull. CHARLES W. FEY ABINGDON—Charles W. Fey, 76, of .102 S. Jefferson St., Abingdon, died today ait 6 a.m. at his home. He was born April 4, 1897, at Rusfoville. He married Helen Staffer on Nov. 29, 1917, at Ripley. He was educated in Rushville schools, and moved to Abingdon in 1940. He formerly owned and operated Fey's Meat Market, Fey's Grocery, and Fey's Sale Barn, all at Abingr don, and was part owner and operator of Fey's Locker Plant, Abingdon. He was a former Knox County Democratic precinct committeeman. He was a member of Abingdon United Methodist Church. He was a past president of the Northern Association of Illinois IOOF, a 50-year member of Cameron Odd Fellows Lodge 786, and a colonel of the Patriarchs Militants at Monmouth. He was also a member of Grand Lodge of Illinois, Encampment 87, Monmouth, and Abingdon Rebekah Lodge 511. Surviving -with 'the widow are three sons, Richard and Bernard, both of Abingdon, and Robert of Mt. Prospect; three daughters, Mrs. Roy (Eileen) Atkins, Havana, Mrs. Walter (Louise) Metcalf, Zion, and Mns. David' (Mlarjorie) Hull, Viola; 19 grandchildren and 21 greatgrandchildren; a brother, Lenville of Clovis, N.M.; and six sisters, Mrs. Goldie Rodgers, Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Lorena Lukomski, Desert Sands, Ariz., Mrs. Dorothy Loring, Canton, Mrs. Anna Hood, Moline, Mrs. Geneva Hoffman, Macomb, and Mrs. Mary VanVleet, Canon City, Colo. Funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Abingdon United Methodist Church. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday after 12 noon at the Larson Funeral Home, Ab ingdon. HOSPITAL NOTES Collage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY! Mrs. Joyce L. Jackson, 204 Dietrich Ave. Miss Deborah S. Smith, 1651 McMaster Ave. Mrs. Mary A. Morrison, 230 Indiana Ave. F. Regtna L. Peterson, Monmouth William D. Rossell, Henderson Miss Joyce I. Bean, 1470 N. West St. Mrs. Patt Rence Dillard, 670 S. Academy St. Tammy S, Schultz, 424 Peck St. Daniel P. Ginthcr, 1431 Willard St. Krlstie L. Clevenger, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Edna E. Westerdalc, 153 Fulton St. DeAnna K. Smith, 439 S. Henderson St. Arlett E. Huff, 1241 Jefferson St. Mrs. Helga H. Sheldon, 1325 E. Fremont St. Mrs. Marvena J. Clark, 859 Liberty St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Troy R. Ellison, Abingdon Mrs. Vera M. Byerly, 1409 N. Cedar St. Percy L. Alexander, <*48. Franklin St. Melinda R. Bowton, Abingdon Robert L. Carter, 925 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Jacquelyn Amezcua, 789 Lincoln St. Edward W. Owens, Dahinda Staci L. Burmood, Victoria Bonnie L. Benosky, Woodhull Mrr. Marjorie Mummey, 593 N. Academy St. Mrs. Christine N. Hillier, 1039 Florence Ave. Mrs. Marlene H. Mudd, 153 Sumner St. Mrs. LaVonne K. Hawk, Roseville Miss Ruth J. Eiker, 71 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Kathryn L. Phillis, 1080 N. Prairie St. Karen L. Morris, Abingdon Harold V. DeLong, 1821 Newcomer Dr. Daniel A. Karrick, Williamsfield Terri J. Sweeden, 900 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Peggy S. Martin, 1459 Mulberry St. Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Food Prices Rise Expected Despite Temporary Freeze Friday, June 15,. 1 073.. 15 CHICAGO (UPI) -Consumers can expect a rise in food prices despite President Nixon's temporary price freeze, the presidents of the nation's two largest state farm bureaus said Thursday. The warnings were issued by George Doup, head of the 217,000-member Indiana Farm Bureau, and Harold B. Steele, president of the 210,000-member Illinois Farm Bureau, at a meeting with other midwestern farm experts who convened to discuss food prices. Both Doup and Steele said food price increases were inevitable, although they conceded the rate of increase may not continue to match that of recent months. "Consumers have to. get used to higher food prices," Doup said. "Farmers are not going back and produce cattle and hogs for a very long time at the prices of a few months — or even weeks — ago. They'll get out of the business pretty fast." Doup and Steele, whose organizations traditionally have opposed government price con­ trols, expressed negative opinions about Nixon's latest eco nomic move. Doup said farmers would "not really be helped" by the President's decision to exclude raw agricultural products from price controls while imposing a price freeze at the grocery store. Steele said the Nixon an nouncement would probably "deepen the frustration and confusion" felt by farmers, thus discouraging full production. Another conference partici pant. Dale E. Butz, brother of the U.S. secretary of agricul turc, said he was "very much concerned" about the possibility of egg, milk and cheese shortages during the period of the President's price freeze on groceries. Butz, executive director of the commodities division of the llli nois Farm Bureau, said that under the freeze, egg producers may sell off hens rather than continue production. Egg prices had "been projected" to rise to $1 per dozen at grocery stores in a free market, he said. One Person, 2 Horses Dead In Northbrook Stable Fire NORTHBROOK, 111. (UPI) One person was killed and at least two horses died in a stable fire early today, authorities said. About 90 horses were turned loose to flee "to safety during the blaze and some were reported missing hours after the fire was extinguished. The body found in the debris was not immediately identified, Northbrook police said. The loose horses snarled traffic on nearby roads. The fire caused an estimated $500,000 damage to the one- House Stables and McGuinn Farms in this north Chicago suburb, officials said. The building was a total loss. The horses 'which escaped stampeded in panic. Some ran into fire-fighting equipment and struck at least one fireman as they galloped into community streets and nearby forest preserves. The stable was used primarily for boarding arid trading trail horses and for showing jumping horses. Some of the animals were valued at $2,000 Today's Record Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Six divorces have been granfed in Circuit Court on complaints charging mental cruelty. Judith G. Roberts was granted a divorce from Bill D. Roberts. They were married March 30, 1968, and had no children. Charlotte Evelyn Rylander was granted a divorce from Floyd Keith Rylander. Married Jan. 2, 1965, they had no children. Roger Lee Coon was granted a divorce from Linda Ann Coon They were married Jan. 8, 1971, and had no children. The wife was authorized to resume her maiden name, Linda Ann Nava. Helen R. Price was granted a divorce from John R. Price. They were married March 1, 1964, and had one child. Custody was awarded to the mother. Linda Sue Smith was granted a divorce from John Dewayne Smith. They were married July 1, 1973, and had no children. The court authorized the wife to resume her maiden name, Linda Sue Whiteside. A divorce was granted to James Kell from Sabrina Kell. Married Dec. 16, 1972, the couple had no children. The wife resumed her former name, Sabrina Hayes. story building owned by Coach'sach, authorities said 'Hinchliff- •pearsfln,. i FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT 8TBEET H -IONE 343-2101 GALESBURQ MRS. DAVID LELAND SWANSON - 566 Hackberry Rd. Services 10:30 A.M. Saturday at Iiinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice, —o— MR. CLARENCE A. BROWN - 499 Uuwkiusun Ave. Services 10 A.M. Monday, Hinchliff-Pearson-Wcst Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday evening. Burial Clinton Memorial Park Cemetery, Clinton, Iowa, 1 P.M. Monday. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Gary Allen Shaver Fresno, California Formerly of Knoxville Funeral Services Pending St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Robert C. Arnold, 328 Miapile Ave. Mrs. (Mary E. ©airflow, Knoxville. Mrs. Wiimona Betz, 1423 E. Fremont St. -Miss Rolbin El Filker, 228 Garield Ave. Jacob W. Hampton, Abingdon Mrs. Sharon L. Huffaker, 1479 Meadow Dr. Mrs. Ella E. ImSer, 249 N. Kellogg St. Mns. Patricia L. Kenny, Westoontt Riay Morwrogisfiar, 836 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Armeni'ia C. Pierce, 573 W. Knox St. Nick P. Poulos, 256 Division St. Mrs. Shipley L. Wells, Dahinda Miss Jlbtaun IM. Wilson, 557 W. First St. Mrs. Ruth Wettnore, Apiplegate Eaist DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Mrs. Anna J. Smith, Abingdon Mrs. Edna Hegiwood, Wyoming Miss Bltel W. iMarry, 290 W. Second St. Mayo Sherman, 357 S. Prairie St. Jack C. Bern, j 772 S. Academy St. Daniel J. Fox, Hotel Custer John Marek, Knox Manor Lyle Austin, Galesburg Route 2 Gerald Atiwater, Galesburg Route 4 Mfes Rhonda S. Stick, Avon Glen Saline, Rio CBS- (Continued from page 6) Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mr. Ch«rle$ W. Fey 102 S. Jefferson St. Services 2 P.M. - MONDAY AT ABINGDON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and evening. Burial Abingdon Cemetery. Workers on Strike AURORA, 111. (UPI) The 600 employes of Vcndo Co. went on strike today. Officials of Vendo, which makes vending machines, and union representatives met Thursday but could not avert the strike. The old contract expired at midnight. READ THE WANT ADS! McCarthy on the television series "See It Now" in 1954. New York and Los Angeles ratings for the live, televised Senate Watergate hearings continue this week to be competitive with the ratings of programs opposite them as NBC, CBS and ABC take turns carrying the proceedings on different days. The H e a d 1 i n e r s: Marlon Brando's publicized outing on Dick Cavett's ABC-TV series this past Tuesday night brought the program potent ratings in the spot overnight statistics for Los Angeles and New York, beating out NBC-TV's Tonight Show. Cosell to Guest Sportscaster Howard Cosell, who usually does his stuff for ABC-TV, will be the guest commentator for NBC-TV's Monday Night Baseball Game of June 25 (Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox), joining regulars Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek. Footnote: A recent lafce-night ABC-TV broadcast that featured Cosell—he was roasted by show business and sports celebrities at a testimonial dinner — clobbered competition programming in the ratings Guest commentator for this Monday night's NBC-TV base ball game (California Angels at Chicago White Sox) will be Dave DeBusscherc, who gave up a major league baseball pitching career and became a top pro basketball star, well known by sports televiewers in recent years as a member of the New York Knicks. Stories by the distinguished author Isaac Bashevis Singer are the basis for Sunday's one- hour NBC-TV "Eternal Light" drama, "Zlateh the Goat," with the adaptation drawing on the writer's memories of life in pre-Worid War I Poland. Marriage Licenses BonilSa Jean (Baker) Lynch, 27, of Blue Springs, Mo., and Dia/vid Thomas Crawford, 25, of St. Louis, Mo. Beufeh Joyce (Reed) Odekirk, 39, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Kieron George Odekdrk, of Cedar Rapids, Itawa. Janice* Mae (Whdtenack) Dowoacrd, 46, 1268 S. Seminary St., and Kernieii Lee Wallace, 50, 545 N. Prairie St. Ellen June Gardner, 23, Oam- eron, and William John Hentze, 26, Greenviie. ShMee Joan (Sorrels) Andrews, 32, Abingdon, and Richard Clyde Olin/ger, 32, Abingdon. 'Deborah Irene Redniour, 20, 1197 S. Pearl St., and John William Lawson, 26, 1661 Baird Ave. Sharon Maxine Johnson, 19, Rio, and Gary Nolen Osborne, 31, Rio. Traffic Accidents No injuries were reported and no arrests made after a 3-car accident today at 1:24 a.m. in the 1000 block of North Seminary Street. Police said a car driven by Martha E. McGraw, 53, 1634 Rock Island Ave., struck one owned by Beverly I. Creek of near Galesburg, pushing it into a second parked auto owned by Byron E. Davis, 1040 N. Seminary St. Damage to all three cars was heavy, according to investigating -officers. A car driven by Patricia L. Mangieri (Dillin), 20, Abingdon, hit a parked car owned by Robert E. Hayes, 478 E. First St., Thursday about 1:10 p.m. near the Hayes residence. No tickets were issued. The driver apparently lost consciousness momentarily before the mishap. .The woman was treated. at St. Mary's Hospital emergency room. A car operated by Susan J. Mooney, 18, 1296 Harrison St., struck an auto driven by Harold L. Humphrey, 36, 280 Michigan Ave. Mooney was given a ticket for failing to yield the right of way after the accident, which occurred Thursday at 9:06 a .m. at the intersection of Indiana Avenue and East South Street. Traffic Court Five persons paid speeding fines Thursday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court. Fined were James J. Follmer, 26, Riverdale, $12; James L. Metzger, 30, Dunlap, $16; Gary E. Kapke, 36, Wheaton, $14; Catherine L. McWilliams, 52, 1115 Beecher Ave., $10, and Glenda F. Christy, 25, Knoxville, $13. Muffler violations resulted in $10 fines for Raymond L. Holman, 20, Allona; John C. Bogard, 20, 1055 S. Kellogg St.; James L. Nichols, 22, Ellisvillc, and William D. Price, 24 , 374 S. Pearl St. Fined $10 for traffic signal violations were John E. Welch, 24, 469 Clark St. and Monroe Neal, 46, Peoria. Daniel Zefo, 20, Walaga, and Larry L. Barnes, 21, Altona, were each fined $10 for passing violations. Others fined $10 Thursday were David L. Hoff, 21, 141 Maple Ave., falling to render aid or information at the scene of an accident; James C. Pettiford, 15, Knoxville, registration violation; Randall L. Hall, 22, Yates City, spinning tires; Donald W. Damitz, 45, 1560 E. Grove St., failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Barry R. Witherell, 18, 1439 Florence Ave., violation of license classification; Angela M. Trent, 17, 150 W. Second St., failing to yield the right of way, and Leona D. Watts, 67, 1864 Newcomer Dr., passing a stopped school bus. Darrell R. Davis, 23, Godfrey, paid $15 for a backing violation. Fined $5 for wheel tax sticker violations were Mary E. Anno, 23, 218 Garfield Ave.; Rebecca A. Smith, 17, 1493 Meadow Dr.; Michael J. Schwartz, 19, 258 W. Brooks St.; Wilbur L. Strahlman, 44, 817 S. Chambers St.; Janet L. Green, 22, 745 Liberty-St., and Philip D. Montgomery, 25, 208 Division St. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Whit man, Altona, a boy Thursday at 3:25 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Williamson, .Avon, a girl today at 6:18 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Ruggles, London Mills, a girl today at 10:50 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman B Gardner, 942 S. Chambers St., a girl today at 11:15 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Terry Huffaker, 1479 Meadow Dr., a boy today at 8:15 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson, Tempo, Ariz., are the parents of a daughter, Joy Elizabeth, who was barn Thursday at 11:04 a.m. at Tempe. Maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Glen Neilson, Des Moines, Iowa, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Johnson, 203 N. Pleasant Ave. MONMOUTH — Patrick L. Evans, 17,1138 E. Broadway, received minor injuries Thursday at 8:20 a.m. when the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car. He was treated at Community Memorial Hospital and released. Evans was riding his bicycle west on East Broadwav when it was struck bv a car driven bv Assistant Manager Appointment of Donald Hickey as assistant district manager in the Galesburg Social Security Office was announced today by Bill Tipsword, manager. Hickey, who began bis career Circuit Court Robed; W. Reed, 19, 571 N, Seminary St., pleaded not guilty Thursday in Knox County Circuit Count to burglary and theft over $150. The charges stemmed ifrom ithe alleged break-in and itheiOt of several guns March 23 ait J. Brodiie Meat Plant, Victoria. Another youth allegedly involved in the break-in, committed suicide early tihe following day wiltih one of the guns that Mrs. Jessie M. Lindbum, 53, Alexis. Mrs. Lindburg was making a left turn from Broadway to North Ninth Street when her ^ar hit the bicycle. Mrs. Lind- 'jurg was charged with making an improper turn. Cars driven by John A. Simpson, 17, 110 N. 14th St., and loseph D. Crosson, 50, Country n .\uh Hills, were involved in an accident Thursday at 1:40 p.m. in the 200 block of South Main Street. The Crosson car had stopped for the traffic signal at Second Avenue when it was struck from behind by the Simpson auto. Simpson told oolice he had just had the brakes on his car worked on, but that they failed when ho an-; nlicd (hem. A test of the brakes; •iroved that they were defective and no charges were made. Mrs. Helen Sprout, 62, of near Monmouth, reported to police Thursday at 3:45 p.m. that her car had been damaged by a hit- Rnd -run driver. She said the left door of her auto was damaged while the car was parked in front of Applegate Inn on East Euclid Avenue. Arrests Galesburg police arrested Howard D. Campbell, 22, 279 Virginia Ave., Thursday at 3:47 p.m. for unlawful possession of marijuana. Campbell, arrested in South Lake Storey Park, was also charged with illegel possession of firecrakers and possession of an alcoholic liquor in* a public park. He was released on $100 bond. Charged along with Campbell were a 16-year-old Galesburg youth for illegal consumption of alcohol; Sue E. Wilson, 24, 2045 E. Knox St., illegal possession of an alcoholic liquor in a public park, and Alan L. Johnson, 17, 521 Iowa Ct, fishing without a license. They were issued notices to appear in court. Chester Banks, 979 E. North St., was arrested Friday at 1:48 a.m. for disorderly conduct after a family disturbance. Galesburg police arrested Jaques C. Holliday, 49, Hotel Custer, today shortly before 9 a.m. for criminal damage to property after Holliday reportedly kicked a front door glass in at Carson-Pirie-Scott & Co., Main and Seminary streets. There was no apparent motive in Holliday's action, police said. Knox County authorities this morning were searching for a 44-year-old Woodhull man who was charged with battery in a complaint signed Thursday by a Galesburg man. Police said -the victim, Paul R. Ketzenbarger, 25, 383 W. Brooks St., told them his assailant, Billy Gene Wright, arrived at his home about 9 p.m. Wright's ex-wife was reportedly at Ketzenbarger's apartment and Wright allegedly struck Ketzenbarger after a brief exchange of words at the front door. Wright had not been located this morning. Ketzen­ barger is known as Paul Griffin on a Galesburg radio station. with Social Security in 1965 in Peoria, later was Kewanee field I was token, according to police representative and Hock Island; Fined $10 Thursday for dis- ofl'ice operations supervisor. The!orderly conduct were Samuel Hickeys will live in Walaga. JDudigun, 35, and Thomas Hill, 18. Bulh were 'accused of public The highest point in Brazil is | intoxication Neblina Peak, 9,946 i'ect. dents. in separate inci- Wins Prize Leland J. Szewerenko, Kankakee, has been awarded the Archie J. McMaster Scholarship in Physics by Knox College. The scholarship, presented annually to an outstanding junior in the college's physics department, was established in 1972 by McMaster's widow. McMaster, who died in 1971, was founder and president of the G-M Laboratories Inc., Chicago. Los Angeles houses over 3,000 churches. MONMOUTH - Bruce W. Skees, 24, 712 E. 10th Ave., was charged Thursday at 4:05 p.m. v/ith battery. The arrest was made on complaint of his wife. Vandalism MONMOUTH—Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, 115 S. E St., reported to police Thursday at 4:03 p.m. that vandals had broken the glass from the front door of her home sometime between 7 a.m. and the time of the report. She estimated the loss at $25. The giant raffles/a of Indonesia is said to be the largest flower in the world. It often measures three feet across,

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