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Galesburg, Illinois
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I p J T 1 jf ' 4 J h J P 4 * t Golesbur H L ister-Mail, Galesbu Monday, June 18,1973 IS AND MRS. .JOHN W. ENN1S (Story on Page ,1) and Kenneth, both of Wiltshire,Iman on Aug. 28, 1967, at An- Ohio, and Gordon and Donald, (dover. both of Decatur, tnd., 49 grand- 5 Bourdon, 42 Succumbs To Heart Attacl V 1-Yiday at West Heights Manor, Olarinda, Ixxwa. He was born in Knox County on March 19, 1876, and married Jenny Lindsey, who preceded htm jn death. He had worked as a carpenter, fireman, policeman and stableman. He was a member of the Elks. MRS. JAMES PAUL SMITHPtELD children and 48 grfeat-granddiil- dfen. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Ewfck Funeral Home, Decatur, Ind„ wlbh Rev, Robert James officiating. Burt- U d will be at Decatur Cemetery. Funeral for Vte!totton wlil , be May aft £ r MONMOUTH Mrs. John J. Ryan, 91, Monmouth, died FairVlew, with Rev. Willis J. V , and ? '£ti?8l2i. Saturday at 5:45 p .m. at Apple- Funeral w fl ,t n ^ v ,i fh view Reformed Church, offlclat- ^ ^ Monmek. . 1 'unerai was today at the ing. tim * A«« A .. AU M tw rt ii «A Funeral'for Jack A. Bourdon, ?. untz " Ta ™ Fun , e / a l Home, Burial was at Witey Ceme- Jfamtte 27 1881 ^How? 42 of 524 Hawkinson Ave. will Jn^d^Mn ^ Pa ^ rs ,T re ^ft SJ.^d mTrrfi John J. Ryan be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Hindi- J*" Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Vigna, Melvin Corsaw, Jack • ' -Pearson-West Chapel, where gnoxville Cemetery, with Rev Zaborac, Ralph Churchill, Ver- liff friends may call this evening. P ^ f 5 ;,<>'non Kuchn and Wayne Mahr. Burial will be at Memorial Park ^^li; d Methodist Cemetery. HOWARD L. NEGLEY TOULON — Funeral for How Mr. Bourdon, an office super-GARY ALAN SHAVER ard L. Negley, 78, of Toulon visor at Gale Products for 15 KNOXVILLE - Graveside who died Tuesday, was Saturday years, was stricken Saturday servj f G J*at 2 p.m. at Fairvlew Reformed "afternoon while playing golf at ? if?^ iltf fo ^i <*urch,- with Rev. Willis J. BU " kerf , 25 AS I"' of'l ^a ^ta^ Vander Kooi and Rev. Eugene Trf JftfA^SHt **» today at I pm . at Anderson.officiating attributed to a heart attack. pital at 3:20 p .m. Death was 5* Lawn KarM Garden* Burial was at Fairvicw Ceme- Ln-mnln^ tn n hoaH otlnnb- Z i f^ 11 ' vl °mOOaj. UaraeilS, OwllKaoiio^e all o^anHonMS Gailesburg. Rev. Prosper Tour- tcr y- Pallbearers, all grandsons, He was born May 30, 1931, at near, pastor of KnoxviLte Unit- were Stephen, John, David, Don and had lived in ed Methodist Church, officiated. and Randy Negley and Phllhp Waukegan, Galesburg 36 years. He was Webster. J^KSffi ALBERT SMITH GEORGE PARKER Ster 'idegreat ^tern I1U-u STR0NGHURST ~ Mrs ' A1 " Funeral for Geor * e Parker ' 2 University in 195 He ^rt Smith, 75, Stronghurst, died 77, of 357 S. Prairie St. who Svedmm?Navy 1950 54. He 7: *> P-™. at LaHarpe died Wednesday was held today member of Trinity Lu- ^"J 1 ^ Hos P ltal - at 2 p.m. at Fletcher and Mc- The former Lucinda Buffum Dougald Funeral Home. Dr. C. bom March 13, 1898, at L. Coleman, pastor of Second He married the former Patsy Lewistown, and married Albert Baptist Church, officiated. L Eckman in Galesburg on Smith on June 13 > im > at Mom Burial was at East Linwood April 17, 1955. She survives with mouth - He ™ June 1968. Cemetery. PaHbearers were - - - - - •- she was a member of Strong- Sam Hall Jr. (/ Rolland Hall, John there Feb. 2, 1910. He died in 1864. She was educated in Iowa City schools, and was a graduate of the University of Iowa. She was a member of Immaculate Conception Church, its Altar and Rosary. Society and the National Council of Catholic Women. Surviving are Jwo daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Margaret) Bour, Monmouth, and Mrs. Eileen Jones, Columbus, Ohio, 11 grandchildren and three great­ grandchildren . Funeral will be Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church, Monmouth. Burial will be at St. Mary's Monmouth. The He was a graduate of AlWood High School at Woodhull and Northern Illinois University, Dc- Kalb. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Mount Morris. He was a teacher and coach at Leaf River and Pecatonica schools, and had lived at Pecatonica for the past four years. Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Jeni at home; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Lundahl, Lynn Center; a brother, Dave of Denver, Colo.; a sister, Donna Jean of Princeton; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Lundahl, Cambridge, and his maternal grandmother. Mrs. Dorothy Bennct, Silvis. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Augustana Lutheran Church, Andover, with Rev. Sweberg, pastor of Richard ..... .... ... . Trinity Lutheran Church, Moun Morris, officiating. Burial will be at Andover Cemetery. Visitation Will be .Tuesday from 7-8:30 p;m: at the Kenneth L. Countryman Funeral Home, and Wednesday from noon until time of service at the church. MRS. BERTHAS SPRINGER Mrs. Bertha N. Springer, 77, of 280-E. Losey St. died Sunday at 4:02 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. The former Bertha Simpson Another Victim A semitrailer truck owned by Churchill Truck Lines, Burlington, Iowa, and driven by Keith J. Mills of Burlington, was one of many victims of high winds -and thunderstorms Saturday night. Mills told Illinois State Police he was westbound on U. S. 34 shortly after 8 p. m. when high winds blew his trailer ofl the road and over on its side. The accident occurred just west of the U. S. 34-U. S. 150 interchange north of Galesburg. State police said that Mills was apparently not injured. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) was a theran Church arid the American Legion. ,was Hall, Ricardo, Morrow, .Qlhe his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L; Bourdon, Galesburg; twolhurst Christian Church.- . . . • Surviving are two sons, Glen Thierr y and Floyd Williams, both at home; a brother Rich- and Doren, both of Stronghurst; MRS. DORIS L. McGILL ard C, Galesburg, and two sis- three, daughters, Mrs. Maxine children, Michael, A. and Terry, ters, Mrs. Wayne (Mary Jahe) Cemetery, mmm^m ; m« "'L^ JULY 22, 1895, a-t Hen- Rosaiy will be recited today at T 3 ^" arxd married 8 p.m. at the Tumbull Funeral ^ erst f Home, Monmouth. in Grove L. Springer at Alexis 1908. He preceded her in death. Traffic Accident§ T U»A Marianne Zoch, 17, 317 Park Gravesidel Surviving, are a son L ane Dr., was treated and re- fvJi ' eased Saturday at St. Mary's ana wo Hospital after s h e was hurt MISS NORA STEPHENS ABINGDON - u „ v , services for Miss Nora Foy H., Long Beach, Calif.; a Stephens, 90, of 100% S. Main Mrs. Evelyn Glass, St.* Abingdon, who died last grandohiMren. when her car C0 Hided with one , , f . , wrecked his Tuesday, will be Tuesday at 2 Funeral will be Wednesday at owned by Thomas B . Herring, f ce ^ ffl^ t S mifes p.m.- at Abingdon Cemetery, HincWiff-Pearson-West Chapel, which was par ked near his car on u '*' M aD0Ul seven mnLi mals but was unable to do so. The impact cause heavy dam- Ar rests age to Miller's car. Jerry W. Glasgow, 24, 612 S. Eighth St., was charged Saturday at 4 a.m. with failure to re- David Mrs. Doris L. McGW,,53, of Koseville, Mrs. Violet 847* W. North St., died. Sunday Parks, Pelham, N.Y., and Mrs. Pinney, Monmoiuth, and Mrs. a t 6:50 a.m. at St. Mary's Hos- Janet Stanforth, Galesburg. Norma Jean Godinez, Los An-pital". The family said memorials geles, Calif.; 16; grandchildren' The former Doris Peters was may be made to the Heart "Fund and 19 great-grandchildren, and born July 12, 1919, at LaSalle or to Trinity Lutheran Church, two brothers, 'Harry Buffum, She had managed the snack Roseville; &hd^"Clytf&'.' Buffum, bar at Belscott for four" gears'* ROBERT LINDSEY |Peoria. l -u -to 7B^„™^ TT TI ; r n <»<Sl e cT west of Monmouth. Glasgow was with Rev. Donald Hqgan, pas-where friends may ca Tues- home AT 1614 N . Seminary St. . . . . . . j* *«/ ? f .Abtogdon Christian day evening. Burial will be at The [orce of the collision pushed trol on a curv^and went through ChuVch, of ficating. Larson Fune- 1 Oneida, ral Home is in charge of arrangements. the parked auto into a second a ditch and jnto a fence car owned by Herring. The mis- CHARLES W. FEY , L „ ., m, Cars driven by Mrs. Linda A. hap occurred at 7:45 p.m. There Turney 34 2 20 Olive St., Gales- were no charges. ABINGDON Funeral for Charles W. - Fey," 76, of 1025 Jcf- Surviving are her father, Le- Roibert Lind-I Funeral will, be Wednesday at Roy D. Peters, Warrensville; ferson St., Abingdon, who died 1:30 D .m, at Fiedler. Funeral riaushtprs. Mrs. Jack last Friday, was today at 2 p.m. KNOXVILLE , OA . . t . „ „ . , . <»v 97 of Shertandoiaih Inwa 1:30 P\ m - at ;Fiedler. Funeral two daughters, Mrs, SLrly of S^ffidledS U(kne > st ™$™st, with Rev. (Sharon) F?azier and Mrs. Dab- at Abingdon United Methodist .tormeny ot J ^rxoxviiie, aiefl last HoU offtcWting , • f d (Kar ^ n) Cabrera) Gales burg; Church, with Rev. Frank Den- wi) ( l be at Stronghurst Ceme- a son, Ronald LeKander, Bur- inger, pastor, officiating, tery. Visitation will be Tuesday lington; a brother, David Peters, Burial was at Abingdon Ceme- ievening and Wednesday until Westmont; a sister, Mrs: Betty tery. Pallbearers were Sidney the time of the service at the Guerra, Warrensville, and four and David Fey, John Metealf, uerol Home Abingd Illinois Nora Stephens Main aveside Servic TUESDAY ABINGDON CEMETERY visitation funeral home.; Gordon Sipes, William Hamilton / -1 THE T FINEST grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at .„ .„., 11:30 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- MRS. ABE SEGAL SAN -DIEGO, Calif. + • - Mrs. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: were TO cnarges. , burgf and Jarnes Freehan , 57, Mr and Mrs. Ronald R. Melvm H. Rewald 75, 544 W. Ioyj collided Sunday at 10:45 nraner Oneida a boy Satur- North St., was cited for failing p-m- on the Keithsburg blacktop davat9•42pm , to y ield the right of way after just north of m, i 64i Freehan Mr and Mr^ Dale A Melton, his car was hit b ^ one dnven was reportedly following and at- R^agirl^^ 21 ? "J tempting to overtake the Turney toria, MV and Mrs Fred Logsdon, N. Kellogg St., Saturday at 4:38U ar whe n his auto struck the orderly conduct 1040 E Berrien St., a girl Sun- p.m. at the corner of Kelloggl rear of it day at 1:09 p.m and North streets. L. Antmoro, 29, St. Louis, Mo., was arrested Saturday about. 4:45 p.m. by Galesburg police for possession of marijuana. Investigators made the arrest after obtaining a search warrant for Antinoro's room at a local motel, Jeffrey S. Hinrichs, 25, 1722 Jefferson St., was arrested today at 12:41 a.m. at Lake Lawn Country Ciub for possession of marijuana. He was taken into cur-tody after being confronted by a patrolman making a routine check of the club. Robert L. Denniston, 21, Vic- was charged with dis- fighitlng — after an alleged incident at a a.m. 1 FLORAL TRIBUTES Don's Flower Shop don Hills; 56 FULTON 343-3174 6 ?4 Mausoleums and Monuments McFML MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main Si <ialesburg, HI. Phone 342-6512 West Chapel, where friends, may callthis evening. Burial will be Abe Segal, 67, of San Diego,|5:10 a.m. Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Claren- formerly of Galesburg, died last c. ll «i r p tf ' Friday at San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. John Stuckey, The former Teressa Smith was 21113th Ave., Mendota, are par- CLARENCE A. BROWN born July 10,1905, at Galesburg, ents of a boy, David Edward, for Clarence Albin m., where she married Richard born June 12. Maternal grand- of 499 Hawkinson j. Hunnicutt. After his death, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Phil- Thursday at she married Abe Segal in 1957. lip Schmidt, Mendota. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stuckey, Altona, Mr and Mrs. Donald R. Or- The intersection of Seminary wis Alexis a girl today at 2:21 and North streets was the scene 8 ' of a mishap Saturday at 5:56 „ .. , , p.m. when a car driven by Born at Cottage Hospital tor Stanley T. Clayburg, 55, 470 E. Mr. and "Mrs. Jerry Shepler, St. Augustine, a girl today at -Ohio, was charged Sunday at 6:14 p.m. with failure to yield right of way. The car Speer was driving east on U.S. 34 struck a southbound car on U.S. Harry E. Speer, 66, Fa inborn, Galesburg tavern Sunday short- ily after midnight. Charged with public intoxication were Albert Kocheran, 55, 400 W. Brpoks St., who v/as 23, 311% W. Fourth Ave. Cars driven by Rodney Knoxville, and B. tion. i Funeral Brown, 79, Ave. who died Knox County Nursing Home, He died in 1972. . .„ was conducted at 10 a.m. to- she was educated in Galesburg are paternal grandparents. day at Hinchliff-Pearson-West schools, and was a member of Chapel-by Rev. Ordeli Peter-First Christian Church and its T\^ mnora fB, son, pastor of First Lutheran Lookout Class. ucuiuuaw Church. Burial was this after- Surviving are a son noon at Clinton, Iowa. ^S^^'S^, whether the subcommittee has ELLSWORTH EDMUND Mrs. Dorothy Bonesteel, Salicla su ^ s \ Pa ° sWmrdicat6d he wants Ellsworth Colo., and nieces and nephews. ^S^S^r ^mess A "Shorty" Edmund, 57, died Funeral and burial were to- to question Leahy abou^prejs Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the day at Portland, Ore Richard (Continued From Page 3) LYNN CENTER release , issued after Johnson s firing Which listed as the reason for the ouster Johnson's op- Joseph E. I»*|»a«J Johnson later charged he was Hff- earstfin Moiline • Public Hospital. Mr. Edmund was born Nov. JOSEPH E. HESS 7, 1915 at Andover and farmed KEITHSBURG .most of his life in the Woodhull He93j 71f Keithsburg, formerly . ti- and Ophfam area. u Oquawka, died Saturday at f !^ dn ^ b ™^ caiS^ ^ He married Marie Hungate 4:15 J iTni at the Mercer County gating con on Dec. 16, 1938 at Dubuque, Hospital, Aledo. Iowa. He was born Oct. 10, 1901. A member of lihe Grace Lu- Rnrvivinc are his brother, FUNFRAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343 2101 GALES0UR9 MR. JACK A. BOURDON - 524 Hawkinson Ave. Services 10 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel Friends may call this evening at the Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MemorUiU may be made to the Heart Fund or Trinity Lutheran Church. —o— MRS. DORIS L. McGILL - 847 W. North St. Services 11:30 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call lliis evening at the Chapel. Committal Services I'P.M. Wednesday at Clarendon Hills Ccmfltcry, Clarendon Hills, Illinois. —o— MRS. WILLIS K. TtiRRY JR. ~ Formerly 1338 N. Prairie SI. Services 2 P.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff - Pearson- West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First United Presbyterian Church. Surviving are tiheran Church, Qphiem, Mr. Andrew of Oquawka, and four Edmund also had served on the s j s ters, Mrs, Mary Martin, Mrs. boa-rd of directors of the Wood- i> e u a Martin, West Allis, Wis., hull Co-op Elevator. Mrs. Clara Kiudy, Davenport, Surviving are his widow; i 0 wa, and Mrs. Dora Stotts, three daughters, Mrs, Beverly ^t. Union, Iowa. Peer, East Molime.Mw. William Funeral arrangements are Worbach, St, .Charles, and Mrs. pending at the Sederwail Chap- Gary Murdock, Rio; three sons, 0 j ( Biggsville. Michael and Thomas, Lynn Center, Richard at home; 10 grandchildren; six brothers, Daivid and Benjamin of Cambridge, .Curtis of Masa, Ariz., Dale of Carlyle, John of Alpha and Franklin of Hutchinson, Minn. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Grace Lutheran Church, Ophiem, with Rev. Roger Asplund officiating. BERNARD V. GOUGH Bernard V. Gough, 64, died at 1:15 a.m. today at his home, 1470 N. West St. He had been a School District 205 custodian 25 years. He was born June 16, 1909, at Kendall!own, Wis., and married Katbryn Henderson on May 1, 1936, at Darlington, Wis. She tributions made to Walker by millionaire Anthony Fremont St., struck one driven by Helen C. Boydstun, 74, 375 Park Lane Dr. Mrs. Boydstun was cited for a stop sign viola-[Richords, 39, Yong H. Hwang, 32, 727 S. 6% Galesburg pair olmeh re- St., collided Saturday at 8:30 sponded to two accidents at p.m. in the 900 block of North 10:33 p.m. Saturday. Main Street. The drivers were A car driven by Carl L. Darby, southbound when both had to 48, 384 S. Seminary St., struckM for a fire truck Richords the back of one owned by Don-pd pohce his auto skidded and aid Godsil, 27, 2201 Washing- struck the Hwang car when he ton St., while the Godsil vehicle applied his brakes, was parked near his residence.! A car driven by Mrs. Dorothy Darby was cited for driving too M - Peterson, 33, 724 E. 10th fast for conditions. Ave., was s 'Jruck Sunday at 5:40 A ticket for failing to reduce P-m. by an auto driven by Leon- speed to avoid an accident was ard D - Warden, 18, 807 E. Fifth issued to Eldorace Allen, 43, 111 Ave. Warden was driving north E. Fifth St„ after the Allen car on Fourth Street and Mrs. Pe- hit the back of one driven bv terson was westbound on Ninth Stephen J. Daggers, 22, 762 E. Avenue. The Warden car re- Berrien St., at the corner of portedly struck the Peterson Main Street and Blaine Avenue, auto broadside. Warden was Clyde N. Sargeant, 32, 1784 charged with driving without a Morton Ave., was charged withl ^ense and failure to yield right a speed restriction violation after his car struck the back of one driven by Jean A. Jesperson, 17, 3191 Lincoln Park Dr. Sunday at 4:56 p.m. in the 1800 block of North Henderson Street. taken into custody Saturday at 67 driven by Benme F. Long,, 31:30 a m ; ta the 800 block of South Seminary St., and Pete; J. Van Huffel> 54,' 259 S. Cham-' bcrs St., who was arrested• Saturday at 6:13 p.m. in the; 200 block of South Seminary; Street. ! Larry Joe Scott, 19, 869 North St., was taken into police custody Sunday at 2:41 p.m. for; being AWOL from the military; service. He was held for mili-l i A car driven by Rabon K. Brooke, 19, East Moline, hit one operated by Janet R. Inman, 17, 1784 Jefferson St., Sunday at 6:31 p.m. at the entrance to Lake Storey on No|th Lake Storey Road. There were no charges. Shirley M. Pridegon, 22, 366V& Monmouth Blvd., was cited for a backing violation after her car struck one owned by William E. Kelley Sr., 360 Monmouth Blvd., Sunday at 6:07 p.m. ijpar the Kelley home. A taxi driven by Peter E. Chicago Ange'Ios, If Angelos made such contributions while holding a state liquor license, Johnson 9aid, he would be in violation of state liquor laws. Johnson is the second Liquor Control Commission chairman ousted by Walker after announcing he was investigating Angelos, The first, Donald Adams of Quincy, also s>aid he believe9 his firing came because of the Angelos probe. Calls It a Loan Walker has denied the firings were linked to Angelos. And, last week, the governor broke months of silence about his campaign finances to announceii.eibig, 21, 402 S. Academy St., of way. A passenger in the car, David A. Gibson, 43, 1115 S. Fifth St., was charged with permitting an unauthorized person to drive. Robert M. Smith III, 18, Kirkwood, was cited Sunday at 9:35 p.m. with improper passing. Smith was reportedly overtaking an unidentified car on North 11th Street when his auto struck lihe rear David L. Ave. of car driven by 930 E. Secmd "0 10 1470 N. West SI. Services - Pearson - West MR. BERNARD V. GOUGH A.M. Wednesday at llinchlill Chapel. Friends may call from 7-8:30 VA . lues day at the Chapel. Prayers will lie said at 8:30 I .M. Huriai at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. - o— MRS. BERTHA N. SPRINGER ~ 280 lv Los ey h :30 A.M. Wednesday at Hindi iff - Peaisoii- West Chapel FrlSids may call Tuesday evening at the Chapel, Burial at Oneida (VinHrry. ices II „ . . .... f „ survives with two brothers, Ir- Frtends may call today from yin of Prceporl and AuSltin 0 f 6-9 at the Stackhouse- Madl wi and a ^ t Sohueneman Funeral H ome, Mrs Ireno Kan0( Belm0 nt. Wis. Cambridge. g e was a mem ber of Immacu- Ma^ry Catholic Church. Funeral will be Wednesday at at Hinchliff-Pearson- Burial will be at Andover "Heart 2 Cemeteiry. » - rj - - - - a.m. ried his wife, 0 MRS. J OHN W. ENNIS 1372 Morion Ave. Service's 1:30 I 'onisoii - West Chapel I'M. WudJiusday ul IJ]»c?lililr •• . . I'Vk-iids may cull Tuesday evening ut tiw chapel. Uui ial In fia*t Unwood Cemetery. HAItFtY SUM AN DECATUR, Ind. - Harry Su- J" . . ... man, 81, of Decatur, Ind., died We ^ ^ he / e f " e i^ here Sunday at 1:15 a.m. »»ay caM Tuesday from 7-8:30 He was born at Ciocinnsti, fif 1 -', ^ ^ saul Ohio, March 17, 1892, and l ^ ^id memwials may iessie, on May , " e ma ^ e ^° ^ e Cancer 7, Ml. She died in 1968. Surviving are two daughters, DAN F. kUNPAHL Mrs. Thurman Hayl and Mrs. ROCK FORD —- Dan F. Lun- Hieliard Hurst, both of Decatur, dahl, 26, Pecatonica, a former I e'gh't M-ns, Rev. Floyd Suman, Woodhull resident, died Sunday (Jalesburg, 111., Lester and John, at 9:15 p.m. at St. Anthony's both of Rluffton, Ind., Otlio of Hospital, Rocki'ord, following an Angola, ind., Harry Jr. of extended illness. Flndiay, Ohio, Rev. Haroto Su- He was born Jan. 29, 1947, at man, Defiance, Ohio, Walker Moline. He married Vicki Bow I at a news conference that Angelos had made a $50,000 loan to his campaign — no contribution. State law is unclear on whether a liquor licensee may loan money to a political candidate. The governor also denied ( charges Angelos 1 financial help was a factor in the later decision to appoint him head of the state Department of Insurance. Angelos later withdrew from that nomination after publicity about his alleged campaign involvement. House Speaker W . Robert Blair convened the subcommittee nearly two weeks ago and directed Collins to p<robe the circumstances surrounding •truck a car driven by Stephanie J. Blighton, 21, 349 N. Academy St., Sunday about 8 p.m. at the intersection of East Main Street and the ^Public! Square. No tickets were issued. Susan L. Dennis, 24, 1051 Willard St., was charged with failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after her car was involved in a collision Sunday about 10:54 a.m. with one driven by William J. Harris, 42, 569 Rio St. The mishap occurred at the corner of Fremont and Cherry streets. MONMOUTH - A hog was hit and killed Saturday at 5:05 a.m. by a car driven by Ronald L. Miller, 20, Muscatine, Iowa. Mi!- a Teel, Te el was turning from North 11th Street to Euclid Avenue when his car was hit. Correction Martha E. McGraw, 53, 1634 Roqk Island Ave., was in fair condition today in Cottage Hospital after she was hurt Friday when her car hit a parked car Jin the 1000 block of North Seminary Street. The RegisleMVlail had incorrerctly reported there were no injuries. Vandalism MONMOUTH — Paul Cropper reported to police Saturday that his cooking school at 88% Public Square had been ransacked sometime Friday night. He tary authorities. , » MONMOUTH - William J.j Leary, 40, of near Monmouth,; was charged Sunday at 12:45 f a.m. with driving while intoxicated. Traffic Court Anna M. Moore, 29, London! Mills, was fined $12 Saturday in J Traffic Division of Knox Coun-; ty Circuit Court, Fined $10 for speeding were! Margaret J. Staccy, 32, 1142; Bridge Ave.; Esther V.' Strange, 38, Oneida; Joseph E.J DeMeyer, 38, Moline, and Gary; L. Hamrick, 27, 1446 N. Kellogg< st. ; Traffic signal violations re-; suited in $10 fines for Russell' A. Stewart, 23, 708 W. Fremont St.; Diane E. Lersch, 18, 1089; Maple Ave.; Ernest E. Cadwell r Sr., 27, 1228 Garden Lane; John J H. Powell, 18, 1186 Emery St.,1 and Douglas C. Swarte, 19, 931; Beecher Ave. * Daniel A. Cabrera, 20, 521 E.J Knox St., and Paul E. Green,; 20, 1324 Pine St., were each; fined $10 for excessive accelera-! tion. Others fined $10 Saturday; were Jerry J. Boone, 23, 340? Holton St., muffler violation;; Neil A. Koilh, 38, 160 Osage Si.,; leaving (he scene of an acci-J dent, and Clyde N. Sargeant,! 32, 1784 Morion Ave., speeding; restriction violation. Thcfls ; Galesburg police are invest i-J gating the theft of $300 from, Bridal Creek Shell Service, 1-74-; East Main Street interchange, • made no estimate of the dam-j which occurred late Saturday! age done. or early Sunday. Entry to the; Police received a report Sat- station was gained by breaking; Icr was driving his car south Johnson's firing. Blair, a Parkjon 111. 135 about a mile north of Forest Republican, said the ouster was aii "apparent cover- up attempt" designed to protect Angelos. urday at 7:58 p.m. that Lincoln School had been vandalized, investigation showed that entry was gained through a nonth window. Damage was estimated at $12. Fire (lull)* out a door glass. The break-in was reported Sunday by the \ manager, Donald Godsil. ! Marriage lii'vitacs \ KNOX COUNTY Miss Sandra Marie Strange, 18, 384 W.« i North St., and Gregory Alton! Galesburg firemen were caliedj Kennedy, 20, 181 Garfield Ave. 111. 91 when he came upon a to the intersection of Henderson, Dorothy (I'emrick) Wright,; herd of hogs on the road. Hejaud Fremont streets today about[37, 383 W. Brooks St., and Paul* told police he attempted to 8:15 a.m. to mop up spilled I Richard Ketzenbarger, 25, 5#J ; •avoid striking any of the ani-gasoline. There was no lire. |N. Prairie St. t I

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