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TIT? A TPTTG AND FUNERALS | BARNEY J* B. CONNORS Barney J. B. Ctonnors, 68, of 443 W. North St., died Wednesday at 2:55 p.m. at the Americana Nursing Center. He was born Oct. 25, 1904, at Burlington. He married Marie Welsh on Aug. 26, 1940, at Princevllle. He was educated in Burlington schools. He was employed by the Burlington Railroad and later by the State of Illinois as an engineer. He was a past president and charter member of the United Brotherhood of Railway Carmen and a member of the Knights of "Columbus. Surviving arc his widow; a brother, Joe of Galcsburg, and a groat-nephew, Pat Coffey, Birmingham, Mich. Funeral will be Saturday at 9 a.m. at Corpus Christ! Church. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Visitation will bo Friday afternoon and evening at the Foley Mortuary, where prayers will be offered at 8:30 p.m. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. CHARLES H. CROSS Graveside services for Charles H. Cross, 82, of 397 Monroe St., who died Tuesday at Cottage Hospital, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens by Rev. Carroll Ochsner, pastor of Orange Chapel Church. HAROLD L. JOHNSON ANDOVER — Harold Leroy Johnson, 60, Andover, died Wednesday at 9:15 p.m. at Moline Public Hospital. He was born Aug. 28, 1912, in Galesburg. He married Arline Johnson on June 2, 1938, at Davenport. He was educated in Galesburg and Victoria schools, and was employed by McLaughlin Body Co., Moline. He lived at Woodhull 22 years until, moving to Andover in September 1972. He was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church, Woodhull. Surviving with the widow are two sons, Cletus of Andover and Kendall of Moline; a daughter, Sandra at home; two grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Gerald Whitcomb, Woodhull, and Mrs. Stewart Simpson, Al,tona. Funeral will be Saturday at Whatever the ^^-^j fTmilnn WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON 128 N. BROAD 342-8121 Mr. Barney J. B. Connors 43 W. North St. Services: 9 A.M. - SATURDAY CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Friday afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8:30 P.M. Friday. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. —o— Mr. Joseph T. Duffy, Jr. 242 S. Seminary St. Funeral Services To Be Arranged. Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 3121913 2 p.m. at Petefson*Wallin-Knox Funeral Home, Woodhull, with Rev. Albert Leslor, pastor of Andover Lutheran Church, officiating. Burtal will be at Andover Cemetery. Visitation wll t l be Friday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Contributions to a memorial fund established in his name may be left at the funeral home, the family said. Maquon Woman Arrives in India For Study Work MAQUON — Mrs. Arthur Donaldson received a telegram June 15 from her daughter, Susan Kay, who arrived in New Delhi, India. Miss Donaldson has been awarded a fellowship to participate in a summer language program at the American Institute of Indian Studies, New Delhi. Miss Donaldson, who spent the past year at the University of I'.'inois, will continue her studies of the Hindu language. She has been in India previously. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wurtz- burger returned home June 15 frcin a trip to England and Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Donaldson and his father, John Donaldson, attended the graduation of their grandson and nephew, David Donaldson,. June. 16 at Wc-sitern Illinois University, Ma comb. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper hosted a potluck dinner at their home on Father's Day. Present were Mr. and Mrs. WeJdon Cooper and Demise, Yates City; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher, Maquon; Mrs. Peter Brown and Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Frakes, Bret and Brandon, Galesburg; Mrs. Mary Simkins arid Jennifer, London Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Booz, Gilson, and Mrs. Myrtle Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cooper, Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Bryant, Memphis, Term., and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fortman, Yates City, were dinner guests June 19 at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Russell Bybee. Rev. and. Mrs. Carroll Ochsner will leave on June 28 for a month's vacation in Alaska. Cameron Church Sets Dedication CAMERON — Cameron Christian Church will dedicate its new sanctuary and education wing July 8 at 2:30 p.m. Following the ceremonies, ,CFW members will host a reception in the church's new fellowship hall. Special Sunday school and morning worship services, will be held at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. July 8 in the nevy sanctuary, a church spokesman said. Freeze Is Response To Public Outcry NEW YORK (UPI) - The administration's freeze and upcoming Phase IV represent "an ad hoc response to the popular outcry for doing something about prices" rather than a coherent plan to fight the burst of world-wide inflation, says Argus Weekly Staff Report. The public now has gotten what it wanted, the latter says, but the long-term reaction to more intense controls will depend on whether the benefits of the new program in the form of reduced inflation outweigh the distortions . that inevitably arise once controls are imposed. The schizophrenic behavior of the market in recent sessions is the result of its psychological unreadiness to sustain an advance, says E. F. Hutton. The firm says the market's "only course of action is to vacillate until a change occurs in the psychological, technical or fundamental factors which can alter this balance." It adds the market has absorbed a sharp decline, apparently exhausting its downside momentum. "The U.S. business system is not out of control, perhaps, but it is plainly feverish and incoherent," says Albert T. Sommers, chief economist for The Conference Board. The ordinary rules of the business cycle, Sommers says, no longer apply, but the immediate crisis represents a genuine test of American economic policy to respond' constructively "after a year of ideological persistence and four months of deeply regrettable paralysis." HOSP1TAI NOTES Collude ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: llollie J. Davis, 759 Century Estates Tracy A. Felgar, St. Augustine Mrs. Helen J. German, 27, Olive St. Richard G. Hulet, London Mills Mrs. Janet L. Ihrer, Avon Dojitald F. Klein, 1205 Klein Ave. Mrs. Rhonda C. Miller, Opheim Vlrs. Pheba A. Nelson, 600 Mulberry St. Mrs. Judith C. Rittis, 712 E. Knox St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Victoria A. Wcxell, Bishop Hill Carl E. Bcrnlson, 120 Chestnut St. Harold L. Kling, 925 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Charlotte E. Link, Abingdon Charles F. Osgood, 230 Pine St. Douglas M. Mueller, Rio Mary Lynn Bradbury, Knoxville Steve E. Darst, 1572 Willard St. Miss Lee Ann Gromann, Beardstown Mrs. Martha L. Dahl, 341 Jefferson St. Tami L. Huff, Abingdon Fred E. Rodenhouser, Knoxville Jodi A. Kellv, Knoxville Mrs. Harriet, F. Anderson, RP2 N. Kellogg SI. Vlrs. Carlene M. Nashland, Peoria Mrs. Lois E. Leif, Lvnn Center Norris D. Williams, London Mills Arlett E. Huff, 1241 Jefferson St. Mrs. Anna C. Danukos, Monmouth Dennis Schwartzkopf, Altona Mary J. Olson, 771 Arnold St. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Helen L. Armstrong, New Windsor Mrs. Lorene F. Buftogton, Yates City Mrs. Ruth L. Baldwin, 229 E. Waiters St. John F. Dickenson, 1714 Harrison St. Mrs. Grace Fields, Henderson Mrs. Erma M. Johnson, Abingdon Donald D. Jacobson, Altona Daniel R. Mooney, 328 N". Seminary St. Franklin J. Tyndall, 735 S. West St. Mrs. Irene Camper, Moon Towers DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Miss Sherd Quinn, Abingdon George V. WesbfJaM, Oneida Mrs. Patricia A. Nelson, Rio Mrs. Nora M. Allen, 443 N. Seminary St. Charies L. Arntz, 614 E. Berrien St. Henry R. Stegall, Abingdon Mrs. Mildred Duden, 980 W. Losey St. Mrs. Barbara L. Kinzer, Abingdon Miss Connie M. Erickson, 333 Ll-Linois Ave. Mrs. Gertrude M. Hermetet, 156 N. Chambers St. Max A. SaJisburg, Avon Jacob W.'Hampton, Abingdon I Mrs. Siigne V. Nelson, Gailva Galesburg Register-Mail, Goiesburg, III. Thursday, Jurie 21, 1973 9 mm' Many issues on the New York Stock Exchange that "carried champagne ' evaluation tags only a few months ago are available today at prices more closely associated with beer," Reynolds Securities Inc.'s General Technical Survey says. The letter says the average investor is staying on the sidelines, however, with an eye peeled toward real estate, bonds, or even gold coins. The investor wants more positive indications of a definite upward trend rather than committing himself through guesswork, it adds. Mmm - Gill Schuster Ctae Galva Williamsfield Mrs, Gussie K. Mabes Rockford, III. Formerly of Galva, III. Services: 1:30 P.M. - SATURDAY At CHAPEL. Calling hours 9 A.M. Saturday until service. Burial Galva Cemetery. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Mrs. Harley (Mae C.) Mundwiler 1419 Monroe St., Galesburg, HI. Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. - FRIDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Interment in the Knoxville Cemetery. jPeterton* \JUatfin~*~J(nox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MR. HAROLD L. JOHNSON Age (iO Andover, Illinois Services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX FUNERAL HOME, WOODHULL, ILL. Visitation Friday evening 7-9 p.m. Burial Andover Cemetery. Memorials may be left at the Funeral Home. Top- (Continued From Page 6) Lion Installed Roy Hilgenberg, left, immediate past president of the Galesburg Lions Club, passes the gavel to new president Leo Cash, center, during installation ceremonies last night at a 7 p. m. dinner at tho Sheraton Motor Tnn. At right is Don Leadhill, district governor, (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) Today's Record At 67 he is comfortably wealthy and content to play Harrison Otis Canter on Lucy's show forever. "I'd like to think I'm not as stuffy as that character," said Gordon, arching a somewhat stuffy eyebrow. Stuffy fatheads have been the actor's forte down through the years. "Here's'Lucy" marks his sixth weekly series. Gordon played the dim-witted Osgood Conklin,.the high school orincipal in "Our Miss Brooks," He played the blustering landlord, Beckendorn, in "Make Room for Daddy." In "The Joan Caulfield Show" and "The Brothers" he was an ineffectual boor. He was the irascible Mr. Wilson in "Dennis the Menace" before rejoining Lucy 11 years ago. Back in 1947 he and Lucy worked together in radio's old "Mv Favorite Husband" series. "I'll never forget my years- in radio," he said. "In 1939-40 I earned $10,000 and counted myself the luckiest actor in radio. And I've made my share of movies, too." Gordon's first picture was "The Temptress," a silent MGM epic starring Greta Garbo. "Some years ago I figured I'd done at least 5,000 radio shows," Gordon said. "I worked two or three shows a day and was paid only $5 to $10 per show. I was lucky because I could do a lot of voices. "But it wasn't until I got into television that people began to expect me to be funny in person. Well, that's not an easy thing. I'm not a stand-up comedian and I don't know any one-liners. '"The only time I try to, be amusing is when I give a iipeech. I work like a dog on my speeches and never know if thev're going to be funnv." Gordon assumed a Harrison Otis Carter posture and concluded, "My real name is Aldirich. "But wo couldn't see nothin' from back there!" Play (Continued From Page 3) ground- child's story about a little railroad engine and its efforts to climb a steep hill, chanting to itseilf, "I think I can, I think 1 can ..." Following that theime, the playground has a concrete waiter-pipe "locomotive," a forest of log ends, a playhouse station and a sand yard which still needs sand, all linked by the painted white track. 'Real Need' "The playground " is an attempt to meet the real needs of certain persons who often arc bypassed by the commercial developers cif playgrounds," Mrs. Pensoneau »ald. She recalled a sentence from Bakalis' inaugural address that "If one child in Illinois is denied the opportunity to roach the level of his educational potential, thou all of us will b-> the losers." The playground, she said, is meant to help insure that handicapped children will not be denied that opportunity. Bakalis said he is pleased with the new playground both because he "loves children" and because, to his knowledge, it is the first time such a facility has been designed for the specific purpose of accommodating the handicapped. Request Denied EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (UPI)U.S. pistrict Judge James L. Foreman Wednesday denied a request by four residents of the village of Oaseyvillc that last April's village elections be declared invalid. READ THE WANT ADS! Thef is MONMOUTH—Mrs. Laurence Olson, 217 S. 10th St., reported to Monmouth police Wednesday at 11 a.m. that a picnic table had been stolen from North Park. Mrs. Olson made the re*port on behalf of the 'Business and Professional Women's Club, which donated the table to the park. Arrests Samuel Doggan, 34, 670 S. Kellogg St., was arrested Wednesday shortly after 5 p.m. for disorderly conduct — public intoxication. He was taken into custody in the 100 block of South Seminary Street. MONMOUTH - William Caldwell Jr., 42, Jacksonville, was charged today at 12:35 a.m. with driving while intoxicated and illegal transportation of liquor. Divorces C ranted Cheryl D. Little lias been granted a divorce from David C. Little on grounds of mental cruelty in Knox County Circuit Court. Married in Galesburg on April 16, 1966, the couple had one child. Custody of the child was given to the mother, and child support of $20 a week was ordered by the court. Minister Stranded In Nudist Colony HEENE, England (UPI) The parish church's magazine is expected circulation to rise when the Rt. Rev. Tony Potter writes about his recent Yugos- wriles about his recent Yugoslavian holidays in the next The article will detail the foul-up in reservations that stranded him and his wife on an island nudist colony, Potter said. Traffic Accidents Donald Klein, 36, 1205 Klein Ave., was in good condition today in Cottage Hospital after he was hurt Wednesday when the bicycle he was riding was hit by a car in the 1400 block of East Losey Street. Klein's 4- year-old son, Kelly, who was also riding on the bike, was treated and released at the hospital emergency room. Police said Mike Kewley, 18, 2575 Costa Dr., backed his car into the bicyclists. The mishap occurred at 7:28 p.m. There were no charges. Janet K. Bennett, 23, Henderson, was in good condition today at Cottage Hospital after she was injured Wednesday when the motorcycle on which she was riding, operated by her hus band, Thomas W. Bennett, 23, went out of control on North Seminary Street Road and fell to the pavement. Police said the machine slid about 70 feet before coming to rest against a divider curb. The mishap occurred as Bennett was forced to take evasive actions when a car reportedly drove into his path. Driver of the car, Edward E. Fussner, 47, 505 W. South St., was cited for failing to yield the right of way. The mishap occurred at 10:48 p.m. at the Seminary Street intersection with U.S. 34. Thomas Bennett was treated and released at Cottage's emergency room. Dona S. Starbird, 27, 1485 N. Prairie St., was cited for illegal backing after the van she was driving hit a car driven by Mary A. Dunbar, 54, of Henderson, Wednesday at 5:26 p.m. in front of the Starbird residence. Charles L. Mullhatten, 20, Monmouth, was cited Wednesday at 7:50 a.m. for failure to yield at a stop intersection after his car struck the back of one driven by Alice M. Jarvis, 46, 259 Illinois Ave., at the intersection of Monmouth Boulevard and McChire Street. A car driven by Gordon L. French, 32, Gilson, was struck in the back Wednesday at 8:24 a.m. at the intersection of East Main Street and Seminary Street. James M. Miller, 20, 1688 Indiana Dr., was charged with following too close. A car owned by John E. Butler, 948 E. Brooks St., was struck by a car operated by Gerald J. Lynch, 24, Maquon, at 10:59 a.m. Wednesday. Lynch was backing from a driveway in the 900 block of East Brooks Street when he struck the parked car owned by Butler. Damage was minor. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Orville D. Shelton against Ruth C. Shelton. Births Bora at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. David H. German, 27 Olive St., a girl today at 1:16 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ihrer, Avon, a girl today at 7:06 a.m. Emergency Phone Numbers Galesburg Police ...342-0101 Fire 117 Knox County Sheriff 343-3121 State Police: Rock Island ..788-9501 Peoria .676-2116 Macomb 833-2141 FBI 786-2663 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 343-6924 Alcoholics E. Raska, LaFayette, failing to yield the right of way; William K. Dustin, Toulon, stop sign violation; Donald C. Turner, Bradford, illegal turn, and Henry F. Peterson, Wyoming, illegal starting of a vehicle. Circuit Court Harry Baker, 27, 203 Pennsylvania Ave., was fined $10f) and sentenced to 10 days in the Knox County Jail when he appeared Wednesday in Knox County Circuit Court on a disorderly conduct charge. Baker was charged with creating a disturbance and striking a Galesburg woman June 10 at the woman's apartment. Steven C. Breckenridge, Yates City, was fined $100 for illegal possession of liquor. Anonymous 342-2179 co nT J John P. Pox, 52, Mornstown, Humane Officer 343-2504 Tenn., paid $10 for disorderly conduct. Moscow Mission WASHINGTON (UPI) U.S. Traffic Court Richard K. Jones, 25, Indian apolis, Ind., was fined $12 Wednesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for speeding. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY — Vicki Sue Rose, 17, and Russell Oris Westfall Jr., 20, both of Wataga. Miss Janlyn Kay Crouse, 21, 882 N. Kehpgg St., and James Fined $10 for speeding were K bl ^^^ 21 2^ SpVhw- F. William Kelley Jr., 43, 325r°pJ son mers > ^' z " u & P rin 8 Knollcrest Dr.; Franky A |e • Beeve, 25, Springfield; Terry D. Grogan, 33, 57 E. Losey St.; Thomas B. Kelley, 37, Normal; Alva L. Bevard, 69, 70 Osage St.; Larry LeRoy Tebben, 35, 435 S. Chambers St., and Charles Hoesch, 21, Naperville. Hoesch also paid $10 for disobeying a stop sign. Muffler violations resulted in $10 fines for Mark S. Bverly, 19, 1409 N. Cedar St.; William L. Smith, 19, Gilson, and Howard J. Tatge, 19, Knoxville. Richard O. Beaupre. 27, Moline, paid $15, and Mark F. Singer, 21, 1122 Spruce Ave., paid $10 — both for driving with unsafe tires. Michael F. Tweedle, 23, Joliet, paid $10 each for operating a motorcycle without proper equipment and violating his drivers license classification. Also fined for operating a motorcycle in violation of his license classification was Harley Richard McGarry, 20, of near Galesburg. Ronald Clevenger, 20, 121 W. Fremont St., and Larry D. Baughman, 30, 681 Lincoln St., were each fined $10 for failing to yield the right of wav. Others fined $10 Wednesday were Patsy L. Steuens. 35, 435 S. Chambers St., permitting an unauthorized person to drive; Tames E. Donaldson, 18, 1578 McKnight St., registration violation; James H. Cowan, 45, 1344 Rock Island Ave., stop signal violation, and Janice D. Pruett, Rose M. (K i r k p a t r i c k) Vaughn, 49, and Harold L. Gard, 52, both of Peoria. . Sharon K. (Kalin) Moore, 33, Orlando, Fla., and William R. Adams, 33, Winter Park, Fla. Myrtle Colieen (Castle) Lucas, 41, Abingdon, and Elmer Bruce Wagher, 45, 1506 S. Seminary St. STARK COUNTY - Mary Lynn Blaisdell, Bradford, and Vincent LaVern Herman Jr., Chicago. Denise Norita Rayburn, and David Walter Wilkinson, both of Wyoming. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to the West Drug Co., 324 E. Main St., Wednesday at 1:45 p.m. when a motor in a humidifier short-circuited and caught fire. Employes extinguished the blaze, and only smoke damage was reported, firemen said. ADVERTISEMENT you're Qoin$ deaf? Chicago, III. — A free offer to special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltone uid ever 19. Woodhull. failing to reduce jmade will be given absolutely spooH to avoid an accidpnt. ;free to anyone answering this MONMOUTH—Cars driven b v j ad vert isement. Miss Cindy S. Steele. 18, 440 1). Seventh St., and Mrs. Sarah Greenstreet, 51, 924 S. First St., were involved in an accident Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. Miss Steele and Mrs. Greenstreet were bath turning from Main Street into the Public Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs leas titan a third of an ounce, and it's ail at ear level, in one unit. No winss lead from body to head. savs Square when Mrs. Greanstreot's The I foot reportedly slipped from her I These models are free, so we Chamber of Commerce [brake pedal causing her auto to j suggest you write for yours it will send a three- j strike the rear of the other car. now. Again, we repeat, there u member mission to Moscow in August for eight days of discussions on increased trade and industrial cooperation. STARK COUNTY -- Traffic,no cast, and certainly no obit- violations resulted in fines forigaition. Write to J>upt. 4$$, four persons recently in Traffic i Hellene Eleolrowiwj Cory., 4201 Court. Fined $15 were Donald I W. Victoria, Chicago, 1H. flOW.

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