DEATH! AND FUNERAL! Nowlan, Past Galva Editor, Dead at 69 PHOENIX, Ariz. - John T. Nowlan, 89, of Phoenix, Ariz., who was editor and publisher of the Galva, 111., News from 1925-58, died today at 12:30 a.m. at Good Samaritan Hospital, Phoenix. He was born in 1904 at Toulon, 111., arid married Genevieve Aby on July 19, 1929, at Galva. He was graduated from Toulon High School in 1922, in attended ttfo University of Illinois at Champaign for three years. He was a member of the Illinois General Assembly from 1942-48, representing the 35th Representative District. Mr. and Mrs.. Nowlan moved to Phoenix in 1958 after they sold the Galva News, a weekly publication. Surviving are his widow; a brother, Thomas of Tombstone, Ariz.; two sisters, Mrs. Edwin (Janet) Rogers, Chicago, and Mrs. Erie (Helen) Perry, Phoe' nix, and a nephew, James Nowlan, Toulon. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Mercer Mortuary, Phoenix. MRS. WILLIS E. TERRY JR. Funeral for Mrs. Willis E. Terry Jr., 81,, formerly of 1336 N. Prairie' St., was conducted at 2 p.m. today at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel by Dr. Kermit Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Mrs. Terry died at Vero Beach, Fla. Honorary pallbearers were Max M. Goodsill, Ralph F. Carley, David Leland Swanson, Mrs. Arthur C. Walton, Harold -F. Nichols and Harry W. Rose. CHARLES H. CROSS Chanles. H. .Cross, 82, of '397 Monroe St/dled today'at 12:15 a.m. at Cottage Hospital. He was born Dec. 31, 1890, at Big Clifton, Ky. He married Margery Elliott on June 17, 1924, at Cambridge. He was a veteran of World War I, a member of the Amer lean Legion and a retired Rowe Manufacturing Co. employe. Surviving with the widow are two sons, Clair and Earl, both of Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Alice Clegg, Gilson; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Kari Witten, Pine Grove, Ky., and Mrs. W. B. Hatfield, Louisville, Ky. f Graveside services will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be Wednesday evening at Hinchiliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice, the family, said. Whatever the Mm ±J WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 312-8121 imhneU Man Is Found Dead In Storeroom BUSHNELL - Dennis Larson, 21, owner of the Bushnell Hotel, was found dead hanging in a storeroom this morning at the hotel. Howard Barry, a McDonough County deputy sheriff, said Larson apparently committed suicide. However, no note was found and no reason was given for his action, Barry remarked. Authorities said that the body was discovered at 5:05 a.m. by Mrs. Marie Bricker, who operates the police answering serv ice at the hotel. Bushnell police said that Larson also assisted in the operation and when he didn't report on duty Mrs. Bricker went looking for him. Larson, who lived at the hotel, was in the process of renovating the building. Pat Kavanaugh, deputy coroner, Barry and Kent McClure, another deputy sheriff, also investigated. An inquest is pending. Mir. Damson was born Nov. 6, 1951 ait Galesburg. He was graduated ifnom ROVA High School, OnieMa, in 1969. He lived in tine Albania area before moving to Bushmei two years ago. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Larson, Albania; ft wo brothers, Jamfes and Robert, ait home; a sister, Carol, ait ihiome; maitern/al grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Dyke : mian, (Bushnell; paternal great- grandpairenits, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson, Altona, and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Dykerraan, Roseville. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at illhe Hendricks Funeral Home, Oniedidia. BurM will be ait the Altona Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. at the Mantin-Hollis Funeral Hame, Bushmell, and from 7-9 p.m. alt Heridnicks Funeral Home. MRS. GEORGE McCREA ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. T- Funeral.for Mrs. George Mc- Cre'a, 88, of St. Petersburg, Fla., a former Altona resident, was Friday at 2 p.m. at Pasadena Community Church, St. Petersburg. Burial was at Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, St. Petersburg. The former Lula Huntley was born at East Machias, Maine, | and married Rev. George McCrea in 1907. He died in 1961. She was a graduate of the school of deaconess' training at the University of Boston, and was an ordained deaconess in the Methodist Church. She was also a social worker in the Boston area until her marriage. She aided her husband with work in his pastorates at Cowden, Altona and Coal City. She was a member of Pasadena Community Church, St. Petersburg, Fla. Surviving arc her son, Gordon of Virginia Beach, Va.; three daughters, Mrs. George (Barbara) Melson, St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. Thomas Scott, Joliet, and Miriam of Temple Terra, Fla., five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. JACK A, BOURDON Funeral for Jack A. Bourdon, 42, of 524 Hawklnson Ave. was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchllff-Pearson - West Chapel by Rev. Constant R. Johnson, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Sam C. Spink, Gabe Pica, H. L. Abrahamson, Forrest Roysc, Richard St. George and Max Olson. Mr. Bourdon died Saturday. JOSEPH E. HESS KEITHSBURG - Funeral for Joseph E. Hess, 71, Kclthsburg, formerly of Oquawka, who died Saturday, will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Oquawka United Methodist Church,, with Rev.' Clare Noblitt, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Oquawka Cemetery. There wilt be no visitation. Verbal- (Continued From Page 2) Street. The mayor dissented because of the access road question. -r -Amended the zoning ordinance to allow pharmacies as a conditional use in an R3A district and added a definition for pharmacies. —PASSED a resolution approving a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration. The grant will mean the city receives twoMhlrds of the money necessary for financing a $49,288 study to upgrade the airport. The remaining one- third will be paid by the city. —Approved second supplemental resolutions for improvements to Losey Street between Monroe and Seminary streets and Main Street between Pleasant Avenue and Olive Street with motor fuel tax funds. —Approved . supplemental resolutions for improvements to South Henderson Street from Sixth Street to the Butler Manufacturing Co. switch track and Pearl Street between Peck and Grove streets with motor fuel tax funds. The council also appointed Jack Fitzgerald, '74 Highland Ave., to the,Board of Fire and Police C!ommissioners for a 3-year term. The council delayed action on appointments to other boards and commissions. MRS, DORIS L. McGILL Funeral for Mrs. Doris L. McGili, 53, of 847 W. North St., who died Sunday, was conducted at 11:30 a.m. today at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel by Rev, Ordety Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church. Committal service will be Wednesday at p.m. at Clarendon Hills. Prisoners Making Counterfeit Bills SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (UPI) — The Secret Service can't put counterfeiters discovered' here behind bars. The! culprits are already bherc. Officials at the California Men's Colony, a prison camp, revealed Monday they had discovered that counterfeit money and envelopes with bogus postage meter imprints were being made in the prison print shop. Administrative office Dean Green said 1,000 of the envelopes had been printed, land three crude counterfeit bills found. Green said three suspects were being held, but no charges had been filed yet. Court Cancels Wife's Check High I FUNERAL DIRECTORS 10/0 WEST FHtMONT STREET PHONE 343-2101 CALESBURd MR. BERNARD V. GOUGII - 1470 N. West St. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at Hlnchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call from 7-8:30 P.M. this at the Chapel. Prayers will be said at 8:30 P.M. Burial at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. —o— MRS. BERTHA N. SPRINGER - 280 E. Losey St. Services 11:30 A.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson- West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the Chapel. Burial at Oneida Cemetery. —o~~ MRS. JOHN W. ENNIS - 1372 Morion Ave. Services 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial i/i East Linwood Cemetery. •o -MK. CHAKLES If. CROSS 397 Monroe SI. Graveside services 1:30 P.M. Thursday ;iL Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may cull Wednesday evening at Hinchliif-Pearson-Wcst Chapel. Memorials may made to a charity of the donor's choice. be LONDON (UPI) - A court judge Monday slashed the maintenance paid to a young nurse by her doctor husband from $20 a week to 12Mi cents a year. Justice Ormrod of the Family | Division court said it HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Harriet F. Anderson, 882 N. Keltogg St. Mrs. Debra Ann Link, ElusvMe Mrs. Zoe L. Billings, Ahlngdon Bill R. Hughas, 783 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Halite M. Stewart, 920 Olive St. Mrs. Mary Ellen Colllnson, Galva Mrs. Donna J. Lingafclter, Viola Mrs. Verda M. Under, Cameron Mrs. Joyce M. Kernan, Joy Mrs. Carlcnc M. Nasfoland, Peoria Fred E. Rodenhnuser, Knoxvillc Dennis Schwartzkopif, Altona Miss Lee Ann Gramann, Beardstown Jodl A. Kelly, Knoxvillc Mrs. Judith A. Crawford, Fairview Carl ftigg, 1177 Lymian St. Mrs. Gladys F. LaFollette, 698 Phillips St. Mrs. Martha L. Dahil, 341 Jellferson St. Mrs. Carta E. Larson, 241 Circle Dr. Mary Lynn Bradbury, Knoxville Mrs. Grace O. Maher, WoodhuJl Charles F. Osgood, 230 Pine St. Miss Linda A. Livermore, 408 N. Farnham St. Steve E. Darst, 1572 Wlllard St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Lola I. Ellinwood, Macomb Gary 'J. Bell, 660 Franklin St. James M. Self, Williamsfiaid Mrs. Ethel M. Driscoll, Knoxville Mrs. Judith K. Billingsley, Galva George A. Noble, Joy Mrs. Joyce L. Jackson, 204 Dietrich Ave. Mrs. Peggy I. Fowler, Avon Mrs. Mary H. Benge, 268 E. Prospect St. Mrs. Naomi A. Cruys, 1815 Baird Ave. Mrs. Bather F. Wenstrom, Wataga William T. Gilbert, Abingdon Theodore V. Swanson, 530 Clark St. Mrs. JuMa E., Williamson, Ayon Mrs. Gera'dine K. Yung, Alexis St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Eula S.. Blanton, Knoxville Miss Barbara J. Kinzer, Abingdon Earl E. Llndgren, Ga'nesburg Route 3 Mrs. Willa M. Mayes, 1583 McKnight St. Mrs. Delia McNaught, Victoria Darrell A. Moody, - Smimshire Mrs. Ann E. Schaumleffel, Monmouth Mrs. Diane Wallace, 1559 McKnight St. Raymond R. Wessels Sr., 6 Chestunt St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Stanley B. Day, Monmouth Miss Amy Morris, 764 Mulberry St. Miss Erika Kohler' Macomb Raymond M. Holmes, 488 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Gladys M. Keene, Abingdon Miss Sephanie A. Stephens, Peorja Ivan Shinn, Wataga James C. Brown, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs, Alethea C. Snoop, Abingdon Gerald E. McVay, 523 Marston Ave. Erling C. Ringlien, 1481 N. Academy St. Galesburg Realster-Mall, Galesburg, I IK;;, Tuesday, Jun§ 19, 1973 9 Police Sponsor Youth Camp Galesburg police officers Monday prepare to transport some of the 15 local youths to Sherwood Youth Camp south of Victoria as part of the annual 2-week outing sponsored for young people across the state by the various police agencies. Patrolman Jim Foster, above, checks a list before the youths climb into police vehicles for the ride. Looking on along with some of the youths, is Lt. Richard Carrol, left in uniform, and Det. Jesse Perez, wearing sunglasses. Perez is the Galesburg police department's juvenile officer. Foster, who was in charge of the local department's recruiting program, said more than 600 Illinois youths will attend the camp this summer. The excursions are supported by the Illinois Police Assn. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) Today's Record Thefts MONMOUTH - The theft of five cases of pop from Jamieson Community Center was reported to police Monday at 9 a.m. The report said the theft occurred was'sometime Sunday night, and that wrong for Dr. Paul Grave of Bury, Lancashire, to pay $20 a week to support his wife from whom he had separated when the wife, a qualified nurse, could earn $2,500 a year. The ruling follows another recently in which the court ruled wives could no longer look on marriage as a "free bread ticket for life." Oakley- (Continued From Page 4) By no means are all our problems with the high cost of living due to irresponsible consumers. Yet it behooves aU of us to examine our own shopping habits for ways in which we may have unconsciously been contributing to the rising costs of retailing. Interstate bus companies paid a total of $121 million in taxes of all kinds in 1971. entry had been gained by fore ing open a back door. Loss was set at $15. James Ryner, 307 W, Fourth Ave., reported to police Monday at 9:20 a.m. that the battery in his truck had been ruined sometime between Saturday at 10 p.m. and the time of the report. He said it appeared that someone might have damaged the battery while trying to remove it from the truck. Loss was estimated at $43.85. Fire Calls MONMOUTH - Firefighters were called Monday at 5:40 p.m. to the home of Charles Garrison, 402 N. G St. Fire Chief Virgil Nelson said there was no fire, but that the house was filled with smoke caused by lightning hitting and burning the power lines to the house. READ THE WANT ADS! Traffic Accidents Both drivers were taken to Cottage Hospital after an accident at the corner of Fremont and Henderson streets Monday about 7:45 a.m. Police said a car driven by Steven M. Chase, 18, 127 Michigan Ave., struck one operated by Martin L. Carlson, 78, 1180 N. Cedar St. Both drivers were treated at the hospital emergency room and released. Carlson was cited for failing to yield the right of way and operating a motor vehicle in violation of his license restriction. No serious injuries were reported in nine other traffic mishaps investigated Monday by Galesburg patrolmen. Gary L. Lamb, 25, Moline, was charged for driving too fast for conditions after his car hit camper trailer parked along [-74 near the Burlington North ern Railroad overpass about 1:40 p.m. The camper was towed by a car owned by Paul C. Harms, 64, Hillsboro, Ore. Lucinda K. Hopping, 18, 61 N. West St., was cited for failing to yield the right of way after her car was struck by one driven by Robert F. Bennett, 67, Quincy at 1:54 p.m. at the corner of Main and Henderson streets. The intersection of Losey and Seminary streets was the scene of a mishap at 2 :29 p.m. when a car driven by Pearl A. Self, 58, Moline, struck one driven by Carole Stein, 25, 1339 W. Main St. There were no charges. No tickets were issued after a mishap at 2 :58 p.m. when a 15-year-old Richmond, Va driver, Sharon Ann Jones, lost control of her car, traveled into the median strip about 200 feet before the vehicle came to rest The accident occurred on 1-74 north of the Galesburg exit. The corner of Main and Farnham streets was the scene of a collision at 3:25 p.m. involving cars driven by Helen E. Swan son, 45, 1410 S. Seminary St. and Cletus A. Long, 65, Philadelphia, Pa. There were no charges. A car owned by Donald R Brittingham Jr., 240 Day St., was damaged by an unidentified vehicle which apparently hit the Brittingham auto and then left the scene. The incident occurred in the 900 block of Olive Street sometime after 10:30 a.m. Police are searching for the driver of the unidentified vehicle. A ticket for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident was issued to Danny L. McGraw, 28, 1634 Rock Island Ave., after his oar hit ithe back of one driven by Tifton Pringle, 63, Abingdon, at the corner of Grand Avenue and Farnham Street at 5:56 p.m. A car driven by William J. Mangold, 76, Blue Island, struck one operated by John C. Ray, 22, 810 S. Farnham St., at 7:30 p.m. ait the intersection of West Main Street and the Public Square. There were no charges. Avon Taylor, 43, 724 W. First St., was charged with driving while under the influence of liquor after his car struck a sign pivsil on the traffic median in the middle of West Main Street near its intersection witJi Walnut Avenue. The mishap occurred at 8:54 p.m. MONMOUTH - Mrs. Ger trude Sedwick, 67, ilO N. Third St., was charged Monday at 12:31 p.m. with making an improper turn after a 2-car accident on U.S. 34 at the North Sixth Street intersection. Mrs. Sedwick reportedly made a left turn from North Sixth Street into the path of a westbound car on U.S. 34 driven by Howard E. Butler, 38, 821 N. Main St. Darrel A. Moody, 20, Smithshire, received minor injuries Monday ait 7 a.m. in a 1-car accident on a gravel road about four miles southeast of Kirkwood. He was taken to the Com munity Memorial Hospital for treatment. Moody told police tie lost control of his auto when it hit some large chuckholes at a bridge approach. The car swerved off the highway, through a fence and overturned several times before coming to rest on its wheels in a field Moody was charged with driving too fast for conditions and failure to report a change of address to the Secretary of State. Russell E. Shaub, 68, 1008 S. Eighth St., escaped injury early today when his auto struck and krlled a pig on U.S. 67 just south of the MoDonough-Warren county line. Shaub told state police] he was driving south and did not see the herd of pigs on the road in time to avoid the accident. Arrests Mark Andrew Surratt, 21, 1113 Monroe St., was in custody this morning after he was booked Monday by Galesburg police for kidnaping and attempted rape. Surratt was booked at 5 a.m. after police had conducted a 3-day investigation into the abduction of a Greeley, Colo., woman Saturday from the home of a relative here. The woman was forced into a car and taken to the stripmine area near Victoria, before her abductor returned to Galesburg and released her unharmed. She was confronted as she slept Saturday, according to investigators, blindfolded and forced to wrap a sheet around her before leaving the home. Her nightgown had been cut away by her would-be assailant, police said. Surratt was named as a suspect after a police investigation and reportedly stood in a police lineup Monday. He was to appear today in Knox County Circuit Court. Surratt was also charged with possession of marijuana after police reportedly found some of the substance in his boot, along with a knife. A 16-year-old Galesburg youth was arrested Monday at 9:53 p.m. near a used car lot after he apparently stole several, hubcaps. He was charged with theft under $150 and possession of marijuana. MONMOUTH - Homer G. Cox, 39, Oquawka, was charged Monday with driving while intoxicated. Traffic Court David C. Brown, 19, 173 Garfield Ave., paid $25 Monday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for speeding. Fined $12 for speeding. were David M. Richardson, 17, near Galesburg; Noble R. Hall, 41, WiMamsrteld, and Thomas E. Jape, 25, 501 N. Cedar St. Paying $10 speeding fines were Robert D. Mortenson, 46, 2135 Baird Ave.; James Tyl- kowski, 34, 922 Maiple Ave.; Catherine M. Ross, 19, 598 Monroe St.; William J. Baila, 26, Gilson, and Timothy R. Philip- ipairt, 24, Joliet. John H. Sexton, 20, Rio, and Charles R. Fisher, 30, Canton, were each fined $10 for traffic signal violations. Driving too fast for conditions resumed in $10 fines for "Karl K. Kaminski, 23, Monmouth, and Virginia E. Shepard, 36, East Galesburg. Others fined $10 Monday were David C. Brown, 19, 173 Garfield Ave., violation of license classification; Peter S. Moon, 19, 859 N. Prairie St., not wearing protective eye equipment when riding a motorcycle; James L. Mafcihews, 18, Altona, following too closely; Chris K. Shadiwick, 15, Macomb, improper walking on a roadway; Mary A. Smith, 52, 682 S. Pearl St., failing to yield the right of way, and John D. Shoemaker, 32, 810 E. Main St., turning violation uled to appear July 10 in Circuit Court to answer charges of five counts of forgery by issuance and delivery. The checks, authorities said, were written on the Citizens National Bank at Macomb. Bradgewater earlier pleaded guilty and was released on his own recognizance. The court recently ordered a pre sentence investigation. Marriage Licenses Connie Lynn Tesch, 18, 1545 McKnight St., and Steven Curtis Carlson, 23, Rio. Christine M. Johnson, 18, 942 Hawkinson Ave., and David L. Howland, 19, 1810 Robertson Ave. Sherry L. Sargeant, 18, Abingdon, and Thomas W. Gilbert, 20, Petersburg. Luan L. Swanson, 18, Wataga, and Ronald D.' Lovett, 18, 136 N. Henderson St. Portia A. Davidson, 18, and Thomas C. Brock, 20, both of Knoxville, Miss Patricia Ann Massa, 20, Silvis, and Ruben P. Martinez, 29, Mo'/ine. Janice L. Bice, 20, of near Galesburg, and Jeffery L. Jones, 21, Knoxville. McDONOUGH COUNTY — Fines were paid last week in Traffic Division of Circuit Court by Irl A. McMaster, 78, of near Marietta, $10, improper right turn; Richard C. Wilt, 22, 440 W. Barnes St., Bushnell, $10, violation of classification (motorcycle); Alan B. Hammond, 18, of near Adair, $10, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Frank H. Deninger, 405 N. Washington St., Abingdon, $10, public intoxication, and Randy L. Faxon, 18, of near Industry, $10, loud muffler. Speeding fines were paid by Agnes L. Francis, 71, of near Monmouth, and by Marcella K. Russell, 17, of near Industry, both $10; Carroll D. Bodenhamer, of near Industry, $19, and Charles G. Collins, 26, Monmouth, $17. Clark R. DeFord, 40, Bardolph, who did not appear on a speeding charge, forfeited his $25 bond, and Danny J. Friday, Adair, forfeited a $25 bond when he failed to appear on an illegal transportation of liquor charge. McDONOUGH COUNTY Marriage licenses were issued last week in the county clerk's office to Glade Edward Deems, Blandinsville, and Vicki Dawn Ross, Macomb; Robert L. Little.. Macomb, and Ruby A. (Likes) Swartzbaugh, 940 N. Dean St., Bushnell; David E. Freburg, Prairie City, and Laura Lock of near Avon; John C. Brown, 561 E. Water St., Bushnell, and Karen M. Franklin, Macomb; Obie Paul Royer, Industry, and Marie Elaine Castlebury, Good Hope, and to Lynn E. Laswell, Glen Carbon, and H. Jane Martin, 808 Dean St., Bushnell. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Oma Dew against Aget L. Dew. READ THE WANT ADS! Circuit Court Cindi J. Schisler, 20, 1025 Brown Ave., and Earl a J. dwell, 26, 1885 Grand Ave., were each fined $50 Monday in Knox County Circuit Court for theft under $150. They pleaded guilty. They were accused of charging some merchandise at a downtown store to another Galesburg resident's account. Richard W. Herkes, 22, Be- Joit, Wis., paid $15 for failing to obey a lifeguard. Pete J. Van Huffel, 54, and Albert Kocheran, no age or ad-, dress listed, were each fined; $10 for disorderly conduct. McDONOUGH COUNTY -| Scott A. Bridgewater, 18, m N. Crafford St., Bushnell, is sched- Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Link, Eltysville, a girl Monday at 3:13 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Rogers, Abingdon, a girl today at 2:36 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harland E. Lingafelter, Viola, a boy today at 10:44 a.m. READ THE WANT ADS! DON'T FORGET The Red Cross Blood Center Please Donate THIS WIDS. and HHP OTHERS!
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