DEATHS AND FUNERA1S DENNIS E. LAltSON BUSHNELL - Funeral for Dennis E. Larson, 21, Bushnell, who died Tuesday, was Thursday at 2 p.m. at Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida, with Rev. John Carlson, pastor of Adelphi Calvary Baptist Church, Runnel^, Iowa, officiating. Burial was at Altona Cemetery. Pallbearers were Richard Ruhl, Pat O'Hern, Jack Bodeen, Dan Shea, Vaughan King and Gary Iccnogle. LAWRENCE W. SCHLITMAN MONMOUTH — Lawrence William Schlilman, 74, of 1291 W. Main St., Galcsburg, died Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at Apple gate Inn. He was born Aug. 16, 1898, at Camp Point, where he was reared and educated. Ho married Mary Ruth Scott on Dec. 31, 1925, at Peoria. They moved to Bushnell, and he operated Schlitman Motor Sales at Avon for about 20 years. He also operated service stations at Galesburg and Oquawka. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church at Camp Point. Surviving is his widow, Mrs. Mary Ruth/ Schlitman, Monmouth. Graveside services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Avon Cemetery. Rev. Keith Olson, assistant pastor at First United Methodist Church, will officiate. Friends may call today at the Turnbull Funeral Home JOSEPH T. DUFFY JR. Burial for Joseph .T. Duffy Jr., 242 S. Seminary St., who died Wednesday, will be Monday at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Golden, Colo. He is survived by four children, two brothers and a sister. MRS. FLOYD HOWARD EAST GALESBURG - Mrs. Floyd (Laura) Howard, 78, formerly of Dahinda, died Thursday night at 11:10 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. Funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, WiHiamsfield. Burial will be in Williamsfield Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at the Williamsfield Chapel r W FINEST ;wM P FLORAC y, f TRIBUTES \ | Don's I ^Flower Shop jB £X , 56 FULTON vjj Mr. Barney J. B. Connors 43 W. North St. Services: 9 A.M. - SATURDAY CORPUS CHRIST,! CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8:30 this evening. 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. Burial Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Golden, Colo. There will be no visitation. She was born July 14, 1894, on a farm near Williamsfield. She was educated in rural schools and married Floyd E. Howard on Oct. 25,1911. He died July 6,1970. She was a member of the Victoria American Legion Post Auxiliary. Surviving are four sons, Frank of Dahinda, Harold Lee and John, both of Williamsfield, and Lloyd G. of East Galesburg; two brothers, William Ott, Dahinda, and.Edgan Ott, Peoria; two sisters, Mrs. Orha Hart, Williamsfield, and Mrs. Charles Myers, Laura, 23 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. HARRY J. JOHNSON NORTH HENDERSON—Harry J. Johnson, 80, of North Henderson, died Thursday at 10:21 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born Feb. 17, 1893, at Galcsburg. He married Allie Pit man on March 17,1927. She died Jan. 22, 1972. He was educated in Galcsburg schools, and served in the Army during World War I. After his marriage he moved with his wife to North Henderson, where they owned and operated Johnson's Grocery Store He was also employed as a salesman by Newcomer Seed Co., North Henderson. He was a member of North Henderson United Methodist Church. He was also a member of Rio Masonic Lodge 685, AF & AM, Moline Consistory, North Henderson Lions Club, El Bon Shrine Club, Galesburg, Alexis American Lecion Post 189, Mercer County VFW Post 1571, and the Mercer County Historical So ciety. Surviving arc brother, Ted of Rock Island; a sister, Mrs. Ina Edwards, Rock Island and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at North Henderson United Methodist Church, with Rev. Al Hilding, pastor, and Harry Bickerton officiating. Burial will be at Mt. Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson. Visitation will be-Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at the McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis, where Masonic services will be at 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to a charity of tbe donor's choice, the family said. ELIAS SNYDER ALPHA—Elias Snyder, 92, a resident of the Mercer County Nursing Home, formerly of Alpha, died today at 6:50 a.m. at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. He was born April 26, 1881, in Oxford Township. He married Eva Mae Wooiey in 1904. She died in 1962. He was educated in Alpha schools and farmed in the community most of his life. He was a member of Alpha United Methodist Church. Surviving are three sons, Nyle of Galva, Cecil of Moline and Ward of Hillsdale; 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchild. Funeral arrangements arc pending at Peterson-Wallin- Knox Chapel, Alpha. Mausoleums and Monuments McFMl MPNI' Me HT< »801 W. Main St Haliisburc, III. Phone 342-6512 ffoley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 342-1913 Johnson - Gill - Schi 'Slsr Cha w e* Gnlva -- Williamsfield Mrs. Floytl (Laura) Howard Ago 78 Dahinda Funeral Services: 2:30 P.M. - SUNDAY WILLIAMSFIELD CHAPEL. Calling hours Saturday evening from 7 to 0. Burial Williamsfield Cemetery. WOOWIULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MRS. EtIAS SNYDER Age 92 Formerly of Alpha Arrangements Pending ul the Alpha Chapel. Goldwater Claims Bias Against GOP INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)- Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Arlz., Thursday said that If Democrats teid been involved in the Watergate break-in, the news media would have called it "cute" rather than criminal "The press never goes after these things when it concerns a Democrat, just a Republican," the 1964 presidential candidate said. Goldwater also said as far "as cover-ups go," he believed there was more of a cover-up involved in Democratic Son. Edward Kennedy's Chappaquiddick incident in which a woman died. "If I had run that girl off the bridge, you wouldn't have heard tile end of it," Goldwater said. Goldwater, speaking at a news conference before addressing a GOP fund-raising dinner, said Democrats tried to bug his apartment during the 1964 campaign against the iaite Lyndon B. Johnson. "I'm convinced that Johnson had my television speeches before I saw them," he said. "They seemed to know everything I was going to do, everything I was going to say. But again, if a Democrat does it that's cute." Goldwater urged Republicans to stick by the President unless it is "proved beyond any question of a dioubt" that he was involved in the Watergate affair Goldwater toild the fund-raising dinner that although the GOP has been "badly damaged" by Watergate, it was not time for the party "to roll over land play daad." Howlett Urges VFW Support For President CHICAGO (UPI) - Secretary of State Michael J. Howlett today called upon members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars to take the lead in encouraging re spect for the office of the presi dency. Howlett addressed the 54th annual state convention of the VFW in suburban Rosemont. "We have only one chief ex> ecutive. We must unite behind the President to solve the prob lems at home and maintain the peace in the world," Howlett said. The secretary ticked off the problems facing the United States: Watergate, the numbers of missing-in-action servicemen in Southeast Asia, the wounded from the war there, the respon sibility to 2.5 million Vietnam veterans for health care and jobs, inflation, crime, drug abuse, transportation and edu cation. "The investigation of Water gate renews our faith in the strength of the American sys tern of government," Howlett said. "This is a time to put politics aside, a time for re sponsible leadership in public office, for responsible journalism and responsible citizenship. We must settle the great issues of the day." In appealing for unity behind the office of the presidency Howlett said, "We should let the agencies of government continue their investigation. But while the facts are coming out, careless talk about impeachment or resignation can only weaken our government at home and abroad." The VFW, he said, "should take the lead in stimulating respect for the office of president of the United States." Post- (Continued From Page 5) HOSPITAL NOTES Galesburg Registef-Mgil^GQlesburg^ III. Friday, June 22, 1973 13 St. Mary 'i* ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: James R. Blackburn, 561. S. Chambers St. Mrs. Marvia E. Dennis, 1054 Maiden Lane Earl S. Day, Abingdon Miss Melissa Glllenwatcr, 1000 Lawndale Dr. Marco Hcrmandez, Chicago W. Sherman King, Williamsfield Monte J. Meyer, 401 W. First St. Albert H. Ogburn, Galva Mrs. Lucille Odell, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Alta G. Thompson, 1057 E. South St. Guy Ward, Abingdon DISMISSALS THURSDAY'. Miss Ann M. Gilfillan, Avon Anthony W. Taylor, Monmouth Darreil A. Moody, Smithshirc Miss Jeanne Vcrblc, Kcwanec Nick P. Poulos, 256 Division St. Mrs. Marie L. Johnson, Galva Mrs. Sharon Huffakcr, 1479 Meadow Dr. Mrs. Gladys K. Linn, 1715 N. Kellogg St. Douglas M. Merrifield, Box 412 Stanley Olinger, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Lillian C. Johnson, 358 Locust St. Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Donald R. Rodenhouser, Oquawka Mrs. Helen M. Benson, Dahinda Donald D. Hasso, Des Moines, Iowa George W. Heiser, 747 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs. Mary M. Bailey, Alexis Dale E. McCaw, Keithsburg Vonad M. Crews, Abingdon Beth Ellen Wolfsic, 120(1 Dayton Dr. J. Lynnc Tilson, LaFayctle George McCall, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Amy I. Carr, 587 Monmouth Blvd. [Mrs. Willodcan M. Bhear, Wyoming Emerson Vail, Macomb Mrs. Carol E. Watters, Abingdon Mrs. Alma J. Barlow, Galva Francis G. Masilko, 1431 N. West St. Mrs. Mary L. Williams, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Teresa E. Pepple, 1115 Willard St. [Mark A. Campbell, Williamsfield DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Conlcy Ferguson, 85 S. Arthur Ave. Mrs. Helena L. Habbc, 1054 Monroe St. Miss Joyce I. Bean, 1470 N. West St. George J. Dobson, 898 E. First St. Mrs. Dcbra A. Logsdon, 1040 E. Berrien St. Mary J. Shcplcr, St. Augustine Mrs. Sandra R. Mellon, Rio Mrs. Joyce M. Kernan, Joy Kenneth L. Loquist, Galva Mrs. Deborah J. Draper, Oneida Donald F. Klein, 1205 Klein Ave.' Miss Karla Lawson, 663 N. Prairie,St. Ray West, Dahinda Mrs. Donna C. Hocker, Alexis Mrs. Dorothy E. Johnson, Woodhull Marvin D. Junis, Kewanee Chester C. Vawter, 924 N. Kellogg St. Mrs, Millie E. Asbury, Williamsfield Richard G. Hulct, T/nr-lon Mills James R. Dechow, Abingdon Stockdale- (Continued From Page 2) the Marine Corps. He is married and has five sons. He spent five years in a POW camp. Wilber enlisted in the Navy in 1948 and became an officer in 1956. When he was shot down in June, 1968, he was the executive officer of Fighter Squadron 102, flying Phantom jets from the aircraft carrier America. The filing of charges does not automatically mean the officers will be court-martialed. As with the eight enlisted POWs through the military equivalent of a grand jury, and the charges could be dropped. Wilber and Miller both were reported by other POWs to have held antiwar views. On the flight home from Hanoi, they reportedly were slighted and ignored by the men with whom they had spent years in captivity. Wilber since has acknowledged making antiwar statements for the North Vietnamese even though he was noit tortured. It was not known Today's Record Arrests Galesburg police arrested John Porter Fox, 44, Morristown, Term., Thursday about 3:30 p.m. for disorderly conduct after an alleged incident in the 200 block of South Seminary Street. MONMOUTH - Stan J. Reese, 17, Rockford, was charged Thursday with possession of a controlled substance. Charles K. Smith, 37, Little York, was arrested Thursday at 3:35 p.m. on a felony warrant from Ohio charging child concealment. The charge reportedly stemmed from a family situation, in which Smith brought one of his children to this area illegally. Samuel O. Howell, 26, Camer- 'on, was cited today at 2:36 StocMale's charcfes were based a,m - for illegal Asportation L B ^f5 !t ™*c of lic l uor and contributing to the wholly on suai stiataments. \A n v,„„,, nn „„ n e „ ml „„„ In January, then-Defend S ec-^ d,IK » uenc y of a mmoiv retory Melvin R. Laird decreed j that the Defense Department Marriage Licenses would ncit charge any return- KNOX COUNTY — Miss i.pg POWs solely for statements:Cheryl Ann Meyer, 515 Day St., they made in captivity. He and Mark Edward Dunn. Knox- could mt, however, forbid the; ville 'We've been rapping so long, I've forgotten .. Jzaak Walton League will hold its annual youth day tomorrow al the Giant Goose Conservation Area. Regis traition is from 8 to 9 a.m. with nature hikes, bird identification, tree identification, a fishing contest, casting demonstrations and other events planned throughout tlie day. A sack lunch will be served at noon and parents arc invited to accompany youngsters to the workshop area located on 111. (i, 3 miles east of Acton. The annual Fahnstrom Reunion will be held Sunday in Wiley IJark with a potluck at noon. The event will be moved to the Galva Grange Hall in case of rain. Chain Reaction Freeway Crash FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) — Patrolman F. W. Valdez was called to the scene of a freeway accident Thursday. He had the two women involved in the accident in his car and they were giving him their statements. Then they heard the sound of brakes going out on a dump truck carrying two tons of gravel. The driver of the truck couldn't control his heavy vehicle and it crashed into the police car. The two women, uninjured in their own crash, received minor injuries in this one. A police helicopter landed on the freioway to investigate. Motorists slowed down to sec what was going on resulting in six more accidents, one more injury. Final tally: Eight accidents, three injured. 2 Youths Killed ALGONQUIN SHORES, 111. (UPI) — Two Carpenters ville youths wore killed late Thursday in a one-car accident near tlids tiny community on the Kane-McHenry county border, police said. The driver, Geoffery Jet, 19, and a passenger, Michael Szwiec, were dead on arrival at Sherman Hospital in Elgin, a hospital spokesman said. Three other passengers also were injured and taken to Sherman. Their conditions were not immediately available. .. who I'm talking to!" Graduates- (Continued From Page 2) Xer, Oneida; Ruthann Long Smith Galesburg; Connie Sue Tornquist, Monmouth; Chryl Lynn Vancil, Monmouth. LAW ENFORCEMENT James Walter LudwlR, Galesburg. MEDICAL SECRETARY Patsy Liian Webster, Sciota. WASTE WATER TECHNOLOGY James Edwin Redmond, Monmouth. MENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANT Frances Catherine Knox Weir, Galesburg. RECEPTIONIST CLERK Karen Darlene Beck, Macomb; Kay Diane James Douglass, Galesburg; Marilyn Rose Harper, Sciota; Marilyn Belle McKee Lehning, Galesburg; Beverly Ann Moore, Colchester; Frances Louise Di Prima Tolle, Galesburg. DATA PROCESSING, OPERATOR Sarah Jane Little, Knoxville. AUTO BODY and FENDER REPAIRS Jeffrey Dale Cremer, Plymouth. ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT Karen Darlene Beck, Macomb; Karen Jean Black, Galesburg. GENERAL SECRETARY Dianna Lea Halm, Ellcnberg, Abin«<li>n; Karen Marie McLaughlin, Galosl)urg; Catherine Ann Ucpp Huff, Avon. Saves Wile, Drowns WESTWEGO, La. (UPI) Lawrence Parks, 44, jumped into the Mississippi River Thursday to save his wife, Verinta, 30, who had fallen in. Parks pushed her to the shore and safety but he was caught in an undertow. His body was recovered an hour later. Had to Apologize NOTTINGHAM, England (UPI) — Mapperley Hospital, which warns drivers and pedestrians to keep silent with "quiet please" signs on its grounds, has had lo apologize to residents in the neighborhood. It's boiler was keeping them awake at night. 566 returned POWs from filing whatever charges they chose. Laird's policy miakes it unlikely that the services would convene courts - martial solely for charges based on antiwar statements. Laird did not rule cut charges 'based on collaboration with the enemy. The charges against' the eight enlisted men accused a number of them of giving intelligence to the North Vietnamese and of accepting better treatment. Wilber and Miller were with Stockdale. at the so-called "ha- noi Hilton," where few enlisted men were imprisoned. Guy was tin? senior officer, and hence commander of the POWs ait "The Plantation," where most of the enlisted men were confined. It is an accepted practice in the military ethic for the senior oflficer in a unit to file charges in his own name. However, Brig. Gen. John Flynn, the highest ranking officer held prisoner, has opposed courts - martial for returned POWs, and advocated a forgive- and-forget policy. Comfort Clauses Most Boredom BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) - Bo">sd? Trv if leas. That's the advice of philosopher Andrew Bowman, who gave up teaching for the wilds cif nature near Oarmel, Calif. He told a meeting of physicians and health professionals at the University of California the main reason for boredom in America is that the nation is too comfortable. He said the bored should "get a harder mattress, turn down the thermostat a bit. Boredom will vanish, I think, whenever the conditions of daily life become strenuous enough—cold enough, uncomfortable enough, perhajps even flea-bitten enough In Hospital ALEXIS - Mrs. Ruby Frye is a patient at University Hospital, Iowa City, where she had eye surgery June 12. Her address is University Hospital, Room T-264, Iowa City, Iowa 52240. Mary J. Stickle, Oneida, and Thomas R. Dennis, Sparta. Miss Elaine Witmer and Charles Michael Long, both of East Fremont Road. Deborah S. Sharp, 1563 McKnight St., and Robert D. Crandal\, Rio. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters Thursday were called to investigate a trash fire near the Community Bank of Galesburg, 1380 N. Henderson St. The call came in at 7:14 p.m. The fire was not out of control and no loss was reported. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Mary Jane McCullough against Robert John McCul'/Ough. MONMOUTH - Lyle L. Ward was granted a divorce Thursday in Warren County Circuit Court from Deloris Ward. Mental cruelty was charged. The couple married July 9, 1972, at Abingdon. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pebble, 1115 Willard St., a boy Thursday at 9:04 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Bloomgren, Galesburg Route 2, a boy today at 3:31 a.m. Mr, and Mrs. Harvey I). Carlson, Lynn Center Route 1, a boy today at 10:04 a.m. Vital Highway Position Falls In Cambodia PHNOM PENH (UPI) - One Cambodian government position has fallen and at least two others are surrounded on a 10 - mile Communist - occupied stretch of Highway 6, military sources said today. The northern highway was attacked and severed to all traffic June 17 between 38 and 48 miles from Phnom Penh. The sources said Lar Thyung fell June 18. Troops ait the two oilier positions of Chrak Phnom and Siakct were surrounded and after midday of June 19, no longer were replying to their radios, they said. Traffic Court Steven O. Smith, 18, Abingdon, was fined $100 Thursday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for a traffic signal violation. Smith had pleaded not guilty and was convicted by a judge. The $100 fine resulted after the judge determined the oififense was Smith's third moving violation. James E. Erwin, 21, A**ig- don, was fined $25 for faffing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Fined for speeding were Richard P. Flock, 43, Peoria, $16.50; Sharon A. Patterson, 28, Monmouth, $20; Sandy L. Johnson, 18, Abingdon, $11; Frederick J. Henderson, 50, 590 S. Henderson St., $10, and Dennis L. Pacheco, 25, West Main Street Trailer Court, $10. Fined $10 for traffic signal violations were Dwayne K. Porter, 19, St. Augustine; Harold L. Sage Sr., 73, 1609 Beecher Ave., and Mary A. Schneider, 40, 493 Peck St. ' > Violations of drivers license classifications resulted in $10 fines for Eddie A. Salomon, 57, Peoria, and William H. Swearinger. Jr., 27, Kewanee. Paul Hadsall Jr., 29, 1337 Grand Ave., paid $10 each for a passing violation and disobeying a stop signal. Harold E. Ziehr, 74, 1161 N. Academy St., and June Hoider- •rnan, 75, 3265 Sunset Lane, were each fined $10 for turning violations. Others fined $10 Thursday were Michael T. O'Hern, 20, 231 S.. Pearl St., driving too fast for conditions; Gertrude R. Houston, 49, 214 Sumner St., lane violation; Roger L. Williams, 19, 1561 Meadow Dr., muffler violation; Fern E. Burgin, 48, Kewanee, following too closely to avoid an accident; Catherine M. Ross, 19, 598 Monroe St., speed restriction violation, and Marvin H. Brady, 32, Abingdon, failing to yield the right of way. Thomas L. Hary, 22, 1258 Morton Ave., and Mark F, Singer, 21, 1122 Spruce Ave., were each fined $10 for excessive acceleration. Singer also paid $5 for having no valid wheel tax sticker. Others fined $5 for wheel tax st'eker violations were Allen E. Elliott, 49, 593 Lincoln St.; Joseph L. Perales, 44, 472 W. Second St., and Terry O. Lamb, 19, 669 N. Cedar St. MONMOUTH - Fined $10 on speeding charges Thursday in Warren County Traffic Court were Terry L. Huston, 205 S. West St., Galesburg, and Bradley D. Erickson, 18, 400 N. Sunny Lane. Fines of $10 were also levied against Neal If. Morgan, 19, North Henderson, violation of license restrictions; Gary L. Wiley, 20, 81 Lincoln Homes, improper passing; Russell L. Spence, 18, Litt\e York, excessive noise; Lawrence McCoy, 40, 403 W. Fourth Ave., improper turn, and Robin R. Loquist, 20, North Henderson, driving too fast for conditions. Traffic Accidents Robert K. Perdue Jr., 17, Avon, was treated at St. Mary's Hospital Thursday and released after he was hurl when his car was hit by one driven by David L. Stanley. 18, 448 W. Tompkins St., at 7:54 a.m. at the corner of Tompkins and South streets. Perdue was charged with driving with faulty brakes.
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