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DEATH; AND FUNERALS Gajatburg Register-Moll,,fatesburg,• 111,- Wednesday, June 20, 1973 IT Honeymoon Boat Mishap Fatal to Man FARMINGTON - Gary Dale Ak \m, 32, of 87 N. West St., Famin#on, died in a boating accident Monday at Sauk Rap kl3, Minn. He had been married only two days, and he and his bride were staying at a private cabin on Little Rock Lake. According to reports, the couple was in a boat which lurched forward In high winds, throwing Akins into the water. Mrs. Akins told police she was unable to got the craft under control and return immediately to the area where her husband fell into the water. He was born ait Peoria on June 24, 1940. He married Betty Jackson there June 16, 1973. He had served in South Vietnam with the U.S. Army and was employed by Caterpillar Tractor Co. as a service representative. He was a member of Farmington United Presbyterian Church, Canton VFW Post awl Loyal Order of Moose at Farmington. Surviving are his widow; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Frances Meyer) Akin, Farrrv ington; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Verna Meyer, Canton, and a sister, Mrs. Sharon Slaughter, Peru. Funeral will be at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington, Friday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. George Remm, pastor of St. Mark's Catholic Church, Peoria, will officiate. Burial will be at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Farmington. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 4-9 p.m. Child at Viola Killed by Car On Monday VIOLA — Tammy Rae Hani son, 15-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ray Harrison of Viola, died Monday after she was struck by a car in a neighbor's driveway. According to Rock Island State Police, who investigated the accident, the child was apparently .playing in the drive at the home of Mrs. Anna Elas, 59, near the intersection of 16th Avenue and 14th Street in Viola Monday about 1 p.m. Mrs. Elas told police she did not see the child before she got Into her car end backed up. No tickets were issued. Taimimy was taken first to Mercer County Hospital, and then was transferred to the Moline Public Hospital trauma center. She died ttere at 3:10 p.m. She was bom at Gailesburg on March 19, 1972. She wias of Roman Catholic faith. Surviving are her parents; i sister, Kelly, at home; her pa ternai grandmother, Mrs. June Harrison, Viola; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Smith, Viola; the pater nal great-grandmothers, Mrs Caroline Jones, Gencseo, and Mrs. Agnes Harrison, Alexis, and a maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Edna Perkins of Texas. Funeral will be at the Crummy Funeral Home, Viola, Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will be at Viola Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today after 7 p.m. MRS. JOHN W. ENNIS Funeral for Mrs. John W. Ennis, 37, of 1372 Morton Ave. was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church. Burial, was at East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mike Booth, Oliver George, Arvid and Nels Swanson, Gene and Donald Shinn. Mrs. Ennis was fatally injured in a car accident Saturday north of Burlington. iP FINEST IN > * .FLORAL,; t TRIBUTES Don's 1 i Flower Shop i 1 56 PULTON $ Mausoleums and Monuments KicFALL MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St fJalcsburg, 111. Phone 342-6512 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVULE, IUINOIS Mrs. Harley (Mao C.) Mundwiler 14111 Monroe St., Galesburg, 111, Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. - FRIDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call Thursday evening at the funeral home. Interment in the Knoxville Cemetery. BERNARD V, GOUGH Funeral for Bernard V. Goiugh, 64, who died Monday at his home, 1470 N. West St., was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinohliiff- Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. John E. Lohan, pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Burial was at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Norman Reffetit, Matthew Onderko, Dale Webber, Bruce Ohisholm, Ted Clark and Kenneth Wafcott Frank Livingston and Warren Thomas were honorary pallbearers. MRS. BERTHA N. SPRINGER Funeral for Mrs. Bertha N. Springer, 87, of 280 E. Losey St., who died Sunday, was'con­ ducted at 11:30 a.m. today at Hinohliiff - Pearson-West Chapel by Rev. Raymond Swanson, pais tor of First Lutheran Church. Burial was at Oneida. Pallbeairers were Charles Kelly, Phillip Sarnuelson, Lloyd Rosenberg and Tim Franson. MRS. ALICE E. RYAN MONMOUTH - Funeral for Mrs. Alice E. Ryan, 91, of Ap- plcgate Inn, who died Saturday, was Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at I m ni a c u I a I o Conception Church. Mnsgr. Harold Prendergast and Rev. Paul Showal- tcr officiated. Burial was at the St. Mary's Cemetery. Pallbearers were W. B. Lynch, Dave Payne, Robert Shunick, Lee Lohaus and Carl Schrieber. two sons, Russell of Oneida and Dale Roger at home; two daughters, Mrs. James (Patricia) Tolle, Galesburg, and Judy at home; thrao grandchildren; two brothers, Wallace Horkstrom, Tucson, Ariz., and Oscar Horkstrom, Galesburg, and two sisters, Mrs. Byron (Marjoric) Stephenson, Knoxville, and Mrs. Evelyn Rundell, Galesburg.' Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p,m, at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will bo at Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday evening, at the funeral home. VIRGIL L. ENSTROM MONMOUTH - Virgil L. Enstrom, 62, Lake Warren, died today at 1:50 a.m. at his home. He was born April 21, 1011, at Viola, where he was reared and educated. He married Lcona Swanson on Nov. 2, 1931, at Milan. He worked as a foreman at the Rock Island Arsenal for 23 years, retiring eight years ago. He was a member of Faith United Presbyterian Church. Surviving with the widow are a son, Charles W. of MoLine; two daughters, Mrs. James (Shirley Ann) Peterson, Moiine, and Mrs. Leslie (Sandra) Holtcamp, Raymore, Mo.; six grandchildren; two brothers, Eugene Enstrom, Lehann, Mo., and Leslie R. Enstrom, Rock Island, and a sister, Mrs. Mable Bolmer, Milan. . Larson Funeral Home, Rock Island, is in charge of services. MRS. IT. L. MUNDWILER Mrs. Harley L. Mundwiler, 55, of 1419 Monroe St., died Tues- at 11:30 a.m. at Cottage Hospital. The former Mae Horkstrom was born July 27, 1917, at Oneida, and married Harley L. Mundwiler on Sept. 5, 1942, at Gulfport, Miss. She was a member of First United Presbyterian Church. Surviving are her husband; Whatever the WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 34241121 fUNKRUPIRECTORS WMiJI IIIM 1070 WEST UltMUNI SIHttf 1070 WE PIIONl: 343 2IUI CALLSBURIJ MR CHARLES II. CROSS 3!I7 Monroe St. Graveside 1-30 I'M. Thursday at Oaklawn Memorial "Friends may rail this evening at JlinchJifM'earsun -WL 'sl Chapel. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. services Gardens. MRS. HARRY MABES ROCKFORD — Mrs. Harry Matoes, 82, formerly of Gajlva, died Wednesday at 8:50 a.m. at the Alma Nelson Manor Nursing Home, Rockford. The former Gussie Kroll was bom June 4, 1891, at Peoria, and married Harry Mabes in 1920. He died July 15, 1932. She was educated in Peoria schools, and was employed for 35 years in the office of 'St Anthony's Hospital, Peoria, re tiring in 1963. She was a mem ber of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Rockford, and the Galva American Legion Post Auxiliairy. Surviving are her sister, Mrs. Minnie Zweifef, Peoria, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. E. Beversdorf, pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be ait Galva Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 9 a.m. until the time of the services at the chapel. Truck Convoy Travels Opei\ed Cambodian Road PHNOM PENH (UPD - A convoy of more than 300 trucks left Phnom Penh early today to travel newly opened Highway 4 to the seaport of Kompong Som. The convoy was the first to run the road since it was cut by heavy fighting to the southwest of Phnom Penh two days ago. Another convoy of goods from the port is known to be waiting at the province capital of Kompong Speu for the journey to Phnom Penh. On the military front, the high command reported little change, with Highways 6 and 5 to the north and nortwest still cut by Communist activity. 'Indiscreet'- \ (Continued From Page 4) "I'm a terrible driver. Could you put a no-fault clauee Into the marriage vows?" HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Miss Connie M. Erickson, 333 Illinois Ave. Miss Ann Marie Gilfillan, Avon Michael Grady, Knoxville Mrs. Minnie Greenberg, Abingdon Mrs. Mabel L. Johnson, Altona Mrs. Marie L. Johnson, Galva Edward T. Jordan, 947 S. Cedar St. Miss Cora Martin, Abingdon Miss Laura Miller, Knox Manor Mrs. Jean E. Smith, 1105 Dayton Dr. Anthony W. Taylor, Monmouth Miss Jeanne Verble, Kcwanee DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Miss Dawn Renee Gillett, Avon Jeffery A. Frazier, 1842 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Willa M. Mayes, 1583 McKnight St. Miss Gina M. Marier, Avon Mrs. Shirley L. Wells, Dahinda Mrs. Nancy L. Cree, 848 N. Broad St. David D. Davis, Dahinda Mrs. Anna V. Larson, 208 Illinois Ave. Miss Darlene Gay Higgins, Knoxville Mrs. Diane Wallace, 1559 McKnight St. David L. Leng, Elm wood Collate ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Velma M. Rogers, City Mrs. Jane H. Cameron, Monmouth G'en McGirr, Maquon Mrs. Genevieve E. Watts, 419 W. Knox St. Mark D. Hamlen, Palatine Kelly W. Boles, 230 Hackberry Rd. Mrs. Mae Lynch, 260 Blaine Ave. Mrs. Mary K. Henry, Davenport Mrs. M. Maxine Moore, 1434 Willard St. Conley Ferguson, P5 N. Arthur Ave. Mrs. Judith R. Lee, 1432 E. Knox St. Stephanie M. Medina, 640 W. South St. James R, Dechow, Abingdon Mrs. Margaret J. Walton, Monmouth Mrs. Donna C. Hocker, Alexis Miss Karlee K. Lawson, 663 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Linda L. Jagers, Annawan George J. Dobson, 848 E. First St. Jesse M. Ramirez, 1152 Lancaster St. Christopher L. Reading, 21 W. Third St. Mrs. Victoria A. Wexell, Bishop Hill Mrs Phyllis F. Rosenberry, 1092 N. Broad St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Bill R. Hughes, 783 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Betty J. Gould, Galesburg Route 3 Arthur G. Fish, 1709 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Sandra K. Ruggles, London Mills Mrs. Alice J. Whitman, Aitona Mrs. Kay E. Schoenfeld, 112 Lakeland Ave. George K. Horton, Victoria ' Mrs. Ella M. Dowell, Knoxville Miss Virginia M. Miller, 789 N. Broad St. Glen McGirr, Maquon Guilty Cocaine Plea Coming ST. LOUIS (UPI) - One of nine mien recently indicted in Illinois as a member of a $2 million cocaine ring will plead guilty to two counts of the federal indictment, according to an order signed Tuesday by U.S. District Judge H. Kenneth Wangelin in St. Louis. North Henderson Minister A ttends Church Meeting NORTH HE NDERSON—Rev. Paul Paiskewitz, pastor of North Henderson and Alexis United Mothadiisit churches, attended the Central Illinois Conference meeting at Jacksonville June 10-15, certificates. Typical was the tire lobby, which notified Zion: "The Rubber Manufacturers Association on behalf of the five (ire manufacturers listed below Is happy to make available a $60 gift certificate..." Z i o n's colleague's became embarrassed over the gush of gifts. Tourney chairman Rep. Burt Talcott, R-Calif., who put Zion in c h a r g e of collecting prizes, quietly notified other members of the prize committee, according to his files, "not to solicit any more gifts or prizes." Rep. Harold Collier, R-Ul., who had arranged for the congressional whiffers to use his country club, withdrew the offer "because of the manner in which the prize solicitation was conducted" by Zion. As Talcott commented: "This guy (Zion) got over-eager. None of us approved it." (Copyright 1973, by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.) Mii-s. Beit Nelson and Mrs. Loe Lynch were remembered by secret pals when Mrs. Nelson hosted Ever Busy Club members June 6 at Floral Hall. Mrs. Sowell Dillbeck will host the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. William Van Tuylo and Mr. and Mrs. Bob VawderLinden have returned to their homes at Pella, Iowa, after attending funeral services for Ivan Koons. Cueste June 10 at the home of Mrs. Marie Friel were her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sederholm, of Highbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Farm, Tenia, Tabb, Tricia and Trent Simkinis lattended tine Peterson reunion June 10 at Bishop Hill. 'Wayne McDowell has returned home after a trip to Mayo Clinic at 'Rochester, Minn. Dinner guests June 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank | a(er Peterson were Rev. and Mrs. 1 Hardd Bodeen, Bloom ington; Mr. and Mrs. William McFar- lauwl, Chicago, and Mr. Mrs. William Peterson. Edward Sitaffirc, 25, Edwards- villc, 111., is scheduled to enter pleas of guilty to the indictments before U.S. District Judge William H. Webster, the order said. Staffine had been indicted by a federal grand jury Springfield, HI., in what federal narcotics agents called a major drug operation. The case had been assigned to Wangelin on a transfer. Staffire was also indicted in St. Louis on similar charges. Investigators said as much as $8 million worth of cocaine passed through the hands of those involved in the drug ring while it operated in the St. Louis area, with federal agents seizing $2 million worth, about 70 ounces. It was during the investigation that led to the nine indictments ithait the two wrong- family drug raids in Collinsville occuiTod that resulted in the suspension of some agents of the Drug Abuse Law Enforcement office. Suits have been filed by the families mistakenly raided and government investigations inito the incidents are under way. One of the nine persons indicted, Larry E. Hand, 20, Cahokia, 111., was acquitted in St. Louis on charges of selling cocaine and marijuana. Federal officials said'Edward Hart, 39, Belleville, 111., has agreed to plead guilty to indictments in Missouri and Illinois. Robert E. Piker, 26, was scheduled to stand trial today in Springfield. Others indicted in the case are to be tried Arrests Galesburg police arreted Homer Dye, 57, Swordscreek, Va., Tuesday at 3:18 p.m. for falling to appear in court. Dye was originally charged with pub- lio Intoxication. John P. Fox, 44, Morristown, Tenn., was charged with public* Intoxication after he was taken into custody by Galesburg police Tuesday. MONMOUTH - Donald J. Williams, 22, 914 S. B St., was chorged Tuesday at 10:57 p.m. with driving while Intoxicated. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Jena Lane Duckwiler, 18, 1840 McMaster Ave., and Donald Dean Underwood, 18, 1039 S. Kellogg St.; Loretta R. Godsii, 19, 764 N. Farwhaim St., and David A. Human, 22, 567 Churchill Ave.; Ida Jo (Jones) Stufflebeem, 22, 523 N. Chambers St., and Jon Cornell Pedersen, 25, 565 Irwin St.; Kathryn D. HarpoJe, 22, of near Gaiesburg, and Frederick H. Doud, 26, Macomb; Irene Virginia (Banghart) Griffith, 1439 E. Losey St., and Atwater Harold Peters, Melbourne, Fla. Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Two divorces have been granted in Circuit Court on grounds cf mental cruelty. Rex L. Shaver was granted a divorce from Linda H. Shaver. They were married Aug. 30, 1966, and had no children. Wanda Kay Stetson was granted a divorce from William Carroll Stetson. They were married July 31, 1967, and had one child. Custody was awarded to the mother. Vandalism MONMOUTH - Vandals threw a piece of cement block through a window at Lincoln School,^ according to a report made to police today at 6:56 a.m. The vandalism reportedly occurred sometime between Tuesday at 5 p.m. and the time of the report. ' Chesapeake Crash Kills Fliers Emergency Phone Numbers Galeiburg Police ...342-0101 Fire 117 Knox County Sheriff 343-3121 State Police: Rock Island .788-9501 Peoria ... 676-2116 Macomb 833-2141 FBI 786-2683 Tornado Alert—Call Police Medical Emergency, Poison Control: . Cottage ....343-4121 St. Mary's 343-3161 FISH 343-7807 Hotline 58 ...343-5858 Salvation Army i....343-6924 Alcoholics Anonymous .....„342-2179 Humane Officer .....343-2504 Navy Humphrey Bogart won an Os- andjcar for his performance in "The 'African Queen" in 1951. NORFOLK, Va. (UPI) - The five men aboard a Navy early warning radar plane had no chance to get out alive when the plane crashed and exploded into small pieces Tuesday in Chesapeake Bay 100 yards off the Norfolk coast, witnesses said. • "I looked up and it wias getting lower and lower," said Martha Wakefield, who saw the E2B Hawkeye plunge into the bay. "Then, all of a sudden, it just hit and it looked like it exploded." Killed were pilot Lt. Randall M. Moore, 32, copilot Edward W. Cassell, 25, and Lt. Arthur T. Dunn, 27, all of Virginia Beach, Va.; and Ens. Howard E. Wagoner, 22, of Norfolk. The fifth victim has not yet been identified. The plane, which oairries a large radar unit to warn aircraft carriers of impending attack, had just taken off from the Norfolk Naval Air Station on a training flight to Bethpage, N.Y. "I couldn't find any bodias or amy large piece of airplane at all," said Bruce Orman, who jumped into a rowboat to aid any survivors. "Everything broke into very, very fine pieces." Traffic Court Mark S. Cutler, 21, Avon, and Russell J. Tracy Jr., 30, 848 E. Third St, were each fined $25 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court — Cutier for spinning tires and Tracy for speeding. Others fined for speeding were Richard L. Walters, 42, Maquon, $13; Robert L. Taylor, 19, Berwick, $15; Richard Cabrera. 19, 521 E. Knox St., and Ralph E. Anderson, 22, 111 Kennett Dr., $18. Anderson also paid $10 for disobeying a railroad crossing signal. Jerimiah R. McCarthy, 16, Kimberly Terrace, was fined $20 and $10 for two speeding viola tions. Others fined $10 for speeding were William R. Poyner, 41, Knoxville; Barbara J. LaSanke, 20, 673 N. Seminary St.; Clyde L. Strickler, 50, Alexis; Carl B. Cain, 19, 425 Maple Ave., and Jimmv R. Ferry, 26, Elmwood. Muffler violations resulted in $10 fines for Carol S. Miller,. 21, 1365 Monroe St.; Roger L. Taylor, 23, Berwick, and Gerald L Lindsey, 21, Abingdon. Lindsey was also fined $10 for excessive acceleration.: ; .| Fined $10 for failing to'yield the right of way were Elmer E Johnson, 72, 981 E. Losey St.-; Arthur B. Love, 64, 813 E. South St., and Ann K. Bacon, 17, 91 W. Simmons St. Others fined $10 Tuesday were Jimmie D. Gordon, 20, Abingdon, failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident; William F. Ditto, 70, Oquawka, driving the wrong way on a 1-wav street; j Ralph R. Sayrs, 34, Knoxville, registration violation, and Floyd E. Hull, 25, Abingdon, driving too fast for conditions. Wheel tax sticker violations resulted in fines for Michael G. Elliott, 23, 1608 Brown Ave., $10, and Lyle E. Shane, 27, 1128 N. Seminary St., $5. Gary D. Bryan, 17, Knoxville, Daid $10 in Traffic Court for having no identification on a truck, and $10 in circuit court for possession of fireworks. Traffic Accidents Glen E. Rogers, 65, Yate* City, was charged with fallur* to yield at a stop sign when his car struck one driven by Floyd L. Roberts, 77, of near dales* burg, at 1:28 p.m. Tuesday at the totterseotton of Farnham and Fremont streets. Roberts and a passenger, Ethel M, Roberts were taken to St. Mary's Hospital, A car driven by Donald R. Smith, 23, 1089 E. South St., was struck Tuesday at 2:43 p.m. by a car driven by Robert G. Bicknell, 38, 481 N. Cedar St. Bicknell was cited for following too close. The accident occurred in the 400 block of East Main Street. Catherine Ross, 19, 596 Monroe St., was charged with speeding, following an accident in front of 1171 N. Henderson Tuesday at 3 p.m. The Ross car struck a car operated by Harry, S. Weaver, 49, 982 Bateman St., which had stopped while turning into a private driveway. A car driven by Raymond E. O'Bryant, 41, 49 Hiawatha Lane, struck the back of a car driven by Paul Chang, 47, Dahinda, Tuesday at 3:46 p.m. in the 1900 block of East Main Street after Chang had stopped for another car. O'Bryant was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Baby Named After Team LIVERPOOL, England (UPI) • When Michael Sutton decided to christen his newborn son Kirk Lee Keegan Heighway Cormack Toshack Hughes Callaghan Hall Lloyd Smith Lindsay Lawler Clemence Shanky Sutton, nurses at the hospital thought there might be a story behind it. There was. Thirteen of the | him La Us names were those of the first j Galesburg firefighters were team players and manager of j called to the I^onnie Stewart his favorite soccer team— home, 741 Monmouth Blvd., Circuit Court Homer Dye, 57, Swordscreek, Va., was fined $25 Tuesday in Knox County' Circuit Court for disorderly conduct — public intoxication. Sandra Strom, 34, 969 N. Cedar St., paid $5 for allowing a dog to run loose. MONMOUTH - Roger L. Bates, 26, Galesburg, was fined $100 Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court on a charge of illegal transportation of liquor. Fined $50 on an illegal transportation charge was Robert J. Andrews, 51, Cameron. A fine of $15 was levied against Kenneth G. Scott, 46, 1374. E. Main St., for failure to comply with the Illinois ve- hicte code. Fined $10 each on speeding charges were Mrs. Linda Painter, 31, 215 N. 10th St.; Arthur H. Butler, 40, Monmouth, and Joseph H. Creighton III, 400 W. Boston Ave. A<V>o fined $10 were David E. Durham, 614 E. Broadway, public drunkenness; Freddie M. Starling, 32, Burlington, disobeying a traffic signal; Allen L. Adkisson, 56, Roseville, failure to yield right of way; James A. Montroy, 18, 1213 E. Harlem Ave., no valid safety test, and David Brant Jr., 14, 916 W. Third Ave., driving without a license. Larry Chiartano, 827 E. Main St., was treated at St. Mary's Hospital early today after the motorcycle On which he was a passenger collided with a car on Linwood Road near its intersection with 111. .41. Knox County sheriff's deputies were called to the scene at 12:52 a .m. Neither the driver of the car, John R. Allen, 19,1615 Meadow Dr., nor the operator of the motorcycle, Virgil T. Sibley, 22, 567 S. Henderson St., were hurt. No tickets were issued. David M. Infante, 23, 60 S. Pleasant Ave., was charged with a lane violation after the pickup truck he was driving was hit by' a car operated by Ellpn-;M. Thomas, 34, 481 Scotch Elm Lane, Tuesday shortly after 4 p.m. at the corner of Dayton Street and Maple Avenue. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to Angelo Vericella, 63, 826 Monroe St., after the Vericella car was hit by one driven by Alex G. Gianakis, 57, 491 E. North St., Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the corner of Tompkins and Kellogg streets. Cars driven by Leo O. Norman, 63, 2171 Newcomer Dr., and Gerald D. Fisher, 36, 269 Maple Ave., collided Tuesday at 6:49 p.m. at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Farnham Street, There were no charges. No tickets were issued after a mishap Tuesday at 9:26 p.m. in the 100 block of Walnut Avenue when a car driven by Stephen A. Billings, 20, 287 N. Academy St., hit a pickup which had. stopped along the curb. Driver of the pickup was Steve M. ReischVng, 23, 1056 E. Knox St. Liverpool. The two others—Kirk and Lee—were picked by his wife. Tuesday at 4:44 p.m. when lightning apparently struck the roof. There was no fire. MONMOUTH - Mrs. Alice Hasting, 58, Rock Island, was injured Monday at 6:06 p.m. when her car crashed into the traffic signal at the Burlington Northern Railroad crossing on South Main Street. She was taken to (immunity, Memorial Hospital, where 'her condition was satisfactory. Mi's. Hasting was driving north and attempting to pass an auto driven by Leroy J. Helbe, 61, Long Lane, Mo., when she lost control and swerved into the traffic control post. She was charged with interference with a traffic control device. Cars driven by Clifford B. Lefort, 40, 717 W. Sixth Ave., «ud James K. Cook, 62, Blue Eye, Mo., collided Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the corner of U.S. 34 bypass and North Sixth Street Road. Lefort reportedly turned from U.S. 34 onto North Sixth Street into the path of the Cook car, which was westbound on U.S. 34. Lefort was charged with making an improper turn. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Miller, Ophlem, a boy today at 3:32 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Sue) Huff, Petersburg, are parents of a girl, Holly Ixje, born June 19 at Springfield. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brashear, Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Arlett E. Huff, 1241 Jefferson St., are paternal grandparents.

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