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DEATHS AND FUNERALS MRS, LLOYD HOWARD EAST GALESBURG - Mfs. Lloyd (Lflutfl) Howard, 78, for tncrly of Dahlnda, died Thtfrs day at 11:10 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg. She was born July 14, 1894, on a farm near Williamsfield* She was educated In rural schools and married Lloyd E. Howard on Oct. 25, 1911, In Burlington. He died July 6, 1970, * She was a member of the Victoria American Legion Post Auxiliary. , Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Earl (Louclla) Roy, Victoria, Mrs. Marie McMecn, Trivoli, Mrs. John (Erma) Briggs, Galesburg, Mrs. Cl ( audc (Georgia) Shores, Galesburg, and Mrs..Willis (Elaine) Lashbrook, Annawan; four sons, Frank of Dahlnda, Harold Lee and John, both of Williamsfield, and Lloyd G., East Galesburg; two brothers, William Ott, Dahinda, and Edgan Ott, Peoria; two sisters, Mrs. Orpha Hart, Williamsfield, and Mrs. Charles Myers, Laura, 23 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster ChapeV Williamsfield. Burial will be in Williamsfield Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at the Williamsfield chapel. BARNEY J. B. CONNORS Funeral for Barney J. B. Connors, 68, of 43 W. North St., who died Wednesday, was at Corpus Christi Church today at 9 a.m. Rev. Francis Oman officiated. Burial was at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Timothy Connors, John Connors, Joseph Connors Jr., Patrick Pettit, Mike Welsh and Darwin Garrett. May 20, 1822. She survives with a son Robert Galesburg; a daughter, Mw Foster (Shirley) Smith, Yorba Linda, Calif.; four grandchildren, and a great­ grandchild. He was a member of First Christian Church, Alpha Masonic Lodge, White Shrine of Jerusa lem, the Peoria Shrine, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Burlington Veterans and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- Wosl Chapel, where friends may call Sunday evening. Masonic riles will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. MRS. ETHEL H. DRISCOLL Mrs. Ethel H. Driscoll, 76, of 579 N. Cedar St. died Friday at 8:10 p.m. at Knox County Nursing Home. She was born Dec. 12, 1896, at Altona and was a graduate of Brown's Business College. She was a Methodist and a member of the Order of Eastern Star., She married Edward Driscoll in 1917 at Chariton, Iowa. He died in 1952. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Carolyn Burke, Menlo Park, Calif., and Mrs. Jean Caslin, Knoxvillc; a brother, Roy H. Youngren, Burlington; two sisters,- Miss Gail Youngren, Galesburg, and Mrs. Signa Stewart, East Peoria; two grandchildren, and two great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, and burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. The family said memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. ELIAS SNYDER ALPHA — Funer\l services for Elias Snyder, 92, formerly of Alpha, who died Friday morn ing at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo, will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Peterson - WaUin - Knox Funeral Home, Alpha. Rev. Don Funk, pastor of Alpha United Methodist Church, Will officiate Burial will be at Alpha Ceme tery. Visitation will be today from 7-9 at the funeral home. Memorials may be left at the funeral home, the family said. MRS. HARLEY MUNDWEILER Funeral for Mrs. Harley Mae Mundweiler, 55, of 1419 Monroe St., who died Tuesday at Cottage Hosiptal, was Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Dr. Kermitt Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Burial was in Knoxvillc Cemetery. Pallbearers were Earl D. Yelm, Arthur A. Gibson, William R. Kenney, Charles F. Little, Francis V. Knuth and Arthur C. Krase. RUSSELL O. BABBITT Russell O. Babbitt, 75, of 472 Oak St., died Friday at 4:50 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He had been a Burlington Northern engineer and retired in 1967. He was born at St. Augustine, Aug. 15, 1897, and had lived in Galesburg 40 years. He married Bessie Lillian Myers here MRS. DELORES MAE BANKS Mrs. Delores Mae Banks, 41, of 979 E. North St., died at 5:25 a.m. today at Cottage Hospital. She was born Feb. 19, 1932, at Macomb and married Chester J. Banks here April 2, 1960. He survives with four children, all at home, Roger and Valerie Stanley and Kevin and Melissa Banks, and two sisters, Mrs. Norman Swanson, Galesburg, and Mrs. Mavis Aplin, Aspen, Colo, She was a Baptist. , Graveside services will be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m at East Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call Monday eve ning at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. HOSPITAL NOTES Galesburg Register-Mail, Gajcsburg Saturday, June 23, 1973 1.1 Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY! Mrs. Alice K, Bloomgrem, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Janet K. Cmlanm, ifaroxvile Mrs. Ztoftam A, Cartoon, Lynn Center Mrs. EWzatoeith Rich, 751 - N. Seminary St. Aisftia Marie SfoApp, Altona Miss PMricfo A. Vecek, m N. Prtrtric St. Md«s Mctodee A. flangeant, Gilson MIPS. Kay L. Moertens, Galva Mns. Beverly B. J'oirrnson, Soaiiion Brian L. RJddcIl, 123 PMilps Sit. LuMier H. Fox, 424 Pock St.v Bunion D. Hand, 69ft Oak St. flayniald'o P. DeLaiOrw, 364 S. Kelfogg St. John S. Stevens, Knoxville C. Kenneth Eokmain, Gilson DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Emery J. Norvell, Galva David A. Bailey, Maquon Miss litndia A. Livermore, 406 N. Faimtam St. RoMe J. Davis, 759 Century Estates Mrs. Ada M. Onwig, Adair Mrs. Linda L. Jagers, Anm/aiwan Daniaild D. Basso, Des Moines Mark A. OarnipfoeM, W#iiamsfieild Mais. Miartbhia E. McGraw, 1634 iRock Island Ave. Tiimioi'Jhy L. (Martinson, 2591 Grand Ave. Mrs. Phyllis F. Rosmberry, 1092 N. Broad St. Howard Gist, 798 E. Main St. Fred L. Basley, Knox- (Continued From Page 2) PAUL H. DAVIS FARMINGTON - Paul Her- sohel Davis, 45, of 591 W. Fulton St., died Friday at 12:45 p.m. at Graham Hospital, Canton. He was born Sept. 12, 1927, in Canton, and had resided in the Fanrnington area for over 20 years. Surviving is his widow, the former Viola Wilcoxen. They were married July 5, 1953. Also surviving are his mother, Mrs. Iona Smith, TruthHor -Consequences, N.M.; his stepmother, Mrs. Zo'a Davis, Dixon; three sons, Don and Bill, both of Peoria, and Hersoheil at home; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Bain and Mrs. Shelia Kenney, balh of Canton,..and four grandehiilr dren. Mir. Davis is also survived by two brothers, Raiph Davis, Virginia, John Smith, Chicago, and three sisters, Mrs. f-^eterdon- lAJaHln - ^J^K nox WOODIIULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MRS. ELIAS SNYDER Age 92 Formerly of Alpha Services: 2 P.M. ~ SUNDAY PETEKSON-WALLIN-KNOX, A LI 1 11A. Friends may call this evening 7 to 9. Burial in the Alpha Cemetery. Memorials may be left at the funeral home. ho Jesuit High School, Kent, Ohio. Also participating as special lecturers will be Billy W. Greer, Biology Department, Jack D. Fitzgerald, Sociology Department, and Wilbur F. PiMsbury, Economics Department, all of Knox College. Knox College is also offering a summer scholars' program for high school .students who have completed their junior year and rank in the upper half of their class. The program, which has 14 students, started June 17 and will end July 28. Those who successfully complete the program can earn up to 3.3 semester hours of college credit. It the student does unsatisfactory work, neither credit nor grade will be recorded. Courses being offered are biology — prairie insects, F. Ray Voorhees, instructor; introduction to computer science, John W. Boyd; Death in Literature, Robert Hellenga; political science — proximate solutions to insoluable problems, Robert F. Scibert and Lane B. Sunderland, and individual in social and psychological relationships, Jack D. Fitzgerald. Each student is expected to lake two of the five courses offered and to audit a third course. The students will live in residence halls on the campus, and the total cost for the program including tuition, fees, room and beard — is $600. 560 Towa Ave. Donald R. itodenhousef, Oquiawka Mrs. Mildred A. Pcdlgo, Monmouth Mm. Patricia K. Marscll, 236 Olive St. Mrs. Pheba A. Nelson, 600 Mulberry St Mins. M. Ann Ieenogle, Meromouilh Mrs. Marilyn M. Brooks, RmioxvMHc Mrs. V. Maxine WMMapis, Ailitorna Mms. Mary E. OoUinson, Galva KcMy W, Boles, 230 Hackberry Rd. St. Mary 'M ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Thomas E. DcCranc, Abingdon Mrs. Betty J. Johnson, Abingdon Sharon M. Pinski, Bryce Motel Lcc E. Strom, WiHiamsfield Arthur A. Smith, 835 Wisconsin Ave. J. B. Thurman, Knoxvillc DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Mrs. Lorene F. Buffington, Yates City Miss Jean A. Gray, Abingdon Mrs. Laura Miller, Knox Manor Mrs. Agnes R. Martz, Box 226 Mrs. E. Ann Schaumleffel, Monmouth Arthur A. Smith, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Franklin J. Tyndall, 735 S. West St. John F. Dickerson, 1714 Harrison St. Earl S. Day, Abingdon Mrs. Armentia Pierce, 573 W. Knox St. Circuit Court John Porter Fox, 52, Morristown, Tenn., paid a $50 fine Friday in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of disorderly conduct. Robert M. Palmer, 16, 1342 Imperial Dr., paid a $25 fine for curfew violation. Work to Free Driver Firemen, police and bystanders work to free Thomas A. Hillier, 22, 848 Olive St., from the wreckage of his car after it 1-car crash on County Road 8 two miles south of Knoxville Friday at 10:50 p. m. Hillier was listed in fair condition at St. Mary's Hospital at noon today. Hillier was trapped in his car after it reportedly hit a guardrail. Tlie top of the car was shared off by the impact. The accident remains under investigation today. (Register-Mail Photo by Dale.Humphrey.) Today's Record Divorces Granted Barbara V. Huber was granted a divorce from Ora V. Huber on grounds of desertion in Knox County Circuit Court. Married at Kahoka, Mo., u July 11, 1941, the couple had eight children, six of whom are grown. The matter of child support for the remaining two minors was held in abeyance by the court. Traffic Accir Ion's ' Kim L. Watkins, 18, 799 E. [ Main S.., was i...^u mt- luuUie to yield the rignt of way from a private drive after the car she was driving collided with one driven by John Hare, 29, 157 E. Dayton St., at the intersection of Main and Fulton streets Friday at 8:28 a.m. The intersection of Prairie and Senate- (Continued From Page 2) HENDERSON COUNTY - cruelty. Myron L. Jennings, 30 Colum-| D Lee j h was t . bus, Iowa, forfeited a $100 bond ied a ^ vorce from Jacki £ ^ Four other divorces wereis^ sireets was the SC8ne of granted on grounds of mental, an accident Friday at 11:?7 am when a car driven by Howard this week in, Circuit Court when he failed to appear on a charge of criminal damage to property. Timothy J. Shoemaker, 19, Keithsburg, was fined $50 after pleading guilty to illegal possession, of liquor. A 16-year-old Stronghurst youth was. fined $10 for disorderly conduct. Phillip E. Turney, 19, Galesburg, was fined $25 for taking a sign from a state park. Jean R. Stewart, 36, Keiths burg, paid $25 for a fishing violation. Fined $10 for conservation violations were Ronald E. Doty, 33, Kirkwod, unapproved lifesaving device, and Robert C. Hunter, 43, Peoria, and Russell M. Abbadusky, 56, Monmouth, no registration cards on board boats. -Hinchliff- •hearsun,. r s 'WfiST'inc FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FHEMONTSTflKT PHONt 343 2101 CALESBURQ MRS. ETHEL JJ. DRISCOLL - 579 N. Cedar St. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at East Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. —o— MR. RUSSELL 0. BABBITT - 472 Oak St. Services 1:30 P.M. Monday at llinchlii'f-Pearson-Wesit Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday evening. Burial in Oak IJJWII Memorial Gardens. Masonic rites will be conducted at 7:30 P.M. Sunday by Alpha Lodge No. 155. —o— MRS. CHESTER HANKS 979 E. North St. Graveside services 10 A.M. Tuesday at East Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call at llinehlil'f-Pcarson-West Chapel Monday evening. Agents Arrest 23 Men Friday NEW YORK (UPI) - Government agents Friday arrested 23 men suspected of stealing nearly $1 million worth of seafood, mainly Maine lobsters, from piers in New York City. The arrests, including those of a pier superintendent and two dock delivery clerks, came after a nine-month investigation by the Waterfront Commission and the U.S. Treasury Department. One of those arrested was Pasquale "Paddy Mack" Ma- chjarolc, a reputed underworld figure. The men also were charged with transporting the seafood across state lines. A Ruth Philips in California, Mrs. Margret Noble, Wtieaton, and Mrs. Wanda Meredith, Dixon. Employed by the Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Ml*. Davis was a member of the Lewistown United Methodist Church and a Korean War Navy veteran. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington. Rev. IS. Jay Curry wilil officiate. Burial wi'il be at Oak Hill Cemetery, Lewistown, with military rights performed by the Farming ton Amelean Legion Post. Friends may call at the Anderson Funeral Home Sunday from 6-9 p.m. MONMOUTH - Wayne M. Icenogle, 46, 127 S. First St., was sentenced Friday in Warren County Circuit Court to a 7- month term at the state prison at Vandalia on a charge of driving while intoxicated. He was also fined $75 for illegal transportation of liquor. Edward F. Stevens, 17, Monmouth, was fined $100 for illegal consumption of liquor. Fined $10 each in Warren County Traffic Court were Mrs. Patricia A. Cohorn, 26, 912 S. Chambers St., Galesburg, disobeying a traffic signal; Elmer F. Hartness, 30, MonticeUo, not displaying valid reciprocity plates; Mrs. Gertrude Sedwick, 67, 110 N, Third St., improper turn, and Merlin F. Urton, 35, Newark, N.J., failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Safely Procedure LONDON (UPI) - British Overseas Airways Corp. (BOAC) held up its flight to Asia when a stewardess failed to locaite passenger D. Bass on the plane. Then she asked Bass' traveling companion and found she had locked Bass in the plane's lavatory for safety. D. Bass was, in fact, a double baas fiddle on its way to Malaysia. Taylorville Crash Kills Driver, 64 TAYLORVILLE, 111. (UPI)Frank Collebrusco, 64, Taylorville, was killed late Friday when his car crashed head-on into a tree on Illinois 97. Stale police said Collebrusco was trying to drive around a car making a left turn when the crash occurred near the Sangamon-Mentu'd line in Men-' isi County. Joseph. They were married at Galesburg March 16, 1968. Custody of the couple's four children was given to the mother, said child support of $40 a week was ordered. Beverly June Tracy was granted a divorce from Kenneth L. Tracy Sr. Married at Chicago Oct. 14, 1962, the couple had three children. Custody of the children was given to ithe mother, and child support of $30 a week was ordered by the court. Orville D. Shelton was granted a divorce from Ruth C. Shelton. Married at Galesburg Jan. 24, 1970, they bad no children. She was given permission to resume her maiden name, Ruth C. Fnyder, Daloanne McNaught was granted a divorce from John S. McNaught. They were married at Rock Island Oct. 7, 1970, and had no children. She was given permission to resume her maiden name, Daleanne Clark. HENDERSON COUNTY- Danny Wilmoth was divorced this week in Circuit Court from Patricia J. Wilmoth. Married Sept. 1, 1968, the couple had one child. Custody was granted to the mother. The divorce was granted on a complaint charging mental cruelty. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Miss Elizabeth Ami McCreight and James H. House, both of Wichita, Kan. Mrs. Mary J. (Huffman) Johnson and James S. Ward, both of Laura. Mrs. Margaret Mae (Fogelsong) McCloud, 1327 Jefferson St., and Robert. Glenn Houseal, 1327 Jefferson St. Mrs. Mary L. (VeNard) Johnson, Maquon, and Robert E. Howard, Dahinda. Mrs. Mary Catherine (Dean) Slirador, 1231 W. North St., and S. Clyde Marley, Roswctl, N.M. Miss Kathlyn Ann Johnson, Altona, and Douglas Albert Hall, Moline. Miss Darlene Rae Smith, 1266 Maiden Lane, and Willard Dean Cotton, 1266 Maiden Lane. HENDERSON COUNTY- Nannette Marie Haindf and David LaVerne Thompson, both of Oquawka. Vickie Deloris Smith and George Wendel Gillis, both of Sperry, Iowa. Barbara A n n e Thompson, Rosevillc, and Glenn Edward Cox, Berwick. Sandra Lee Palmer and Bradley Jo'.in Hat'lacher, both of Stronghurst. Diana Lee Seymour, Biggsville, and G. Lynn Russell, Gladstone. L. Lozier, 74, 1871 Baird Ave nue, and a pickup truck driven by James W. Green, 54, 3011 Lincoln Park Rd., collided. No tickets were issued. Daniel E. Boyd, 24, 1366 Russell Ave., told police the brakes failed on an end loader he was driving, causing it to back into a truck owned by Charles H. Hess, 558 Maple Ave., which was parked in front of his residence Friday at 7:42 a.m. No tickets were issued. . MONMOUTH - Cars driven by Theodore F. Mettler, 53, 918 S. Third St., and Mrs. Marcia L. Allen, 26, 1015 E. Boston Ave., collided Friday at 5:54 p.m. in the 100 block of East Ninth Avenue. The Allen car reportedly struck the rear of the Mettler auto while it was westbound on Ninth Avenue. Mrs. A)|len was driving her car from an alley when it struck the other car. Mrs. Allen was charged with a right of way violation. Miss Peggy Trout, 22, Camer on, was cited Friday at 11:56 p.m. for a right of way violation as the result of a 2-car accident at the corner of Sixth Street and Fifth Avenue. Miss Trout was making a left turn from Sixth Street to Fifth Avenue and drove into the path of a northbound car driven by Mrs. Vicki C. Decker, 24, 416 S. Fourth St. Births Horn at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carstensen, Rural Route 1, Knoxville, a girl at 6:12 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw, Jacksonville, formerly of Abingdon, are the parents of a son, Donald Edward, born June 20. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Hazel McLeese, Victoria. Thefts Martha Hardy, 2660 Springer Rd., reported to police Friday at 12:15 p.m. that antique jewelry valued at $700 was missing from her apartment. MONMOUTH - A new Pontiac Grand Prix was stolen from the Prince Pontiac lot, 700 S. Main St., sometime during the past week, according to a report made to police Friday at 8:15 p.m. The loss was listed at $5,664. Charles A. Hillard, Alexis, reported to police today at 12:25 a.m. that a briefcase valued at $20 had been stolen from his car between 9-11 p.m. The theft occurred while the car was parked at an Alexis tavern. Traffic Court Gary L. Dennison, 25, Victoria was sentenced to six months in jail on counts of driving with a revoked license and fleeing police when he appeared Friday in Knox County Traffic Court. David B. Marchant, 17, 1270 Bridge Ave., paid a $150 fine for attempting to elude police. Wilma W. Pacheco, 39, 562 W. Brooks St., paid a $25 fine for "ailure to yield the right of way. Paying speeding fines were Walter H. Wililams, 36, Ponto- f.uc, Miss., $12; Mary J. Scott, 53, Abingdon, $11, and Albert A. Erickson, 58, Fairview; Richard E. McGarry, 19, 102 Walnut Ave., and Donna J. Reed, 40, 1684 Robertson Ave., each $10. Paying $10 fines for improper backing were Robert M. Kew ley, 18, 2575 Costa Dr., and Shirley M. Pridgeon, 22, 366V} Monmouth Blvd. Others paying $10 fines were Rebecca L. Chadderdon, 17, Bushnell, violation of restriction; Donald G. McCracken, 32, Abingdon, driving too fast for conditions; Steven E. Klapp, 19, 761 Day St., excessive acceleration; David M. Infante, 23, 60 Pleasant Ave., improoer lane usa?e; Malcolm D. Wilson, 29, 444 N. Academy St.. disobeying traffic signal; Kenneth V. Weig, 27, Hubbard, Iowa, no valid safety test; John D. Price, 20, 1342 N. Seminary St., unsafe equipment; Richard E. Spitzig, 18, St. Augustine, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, and William P. Egenlauf, 19. 864 N. Cedar St., excessive acceleration. HENDERSON COUNTY Frances E. Marshall, 26, Vic toria, was fined $50 this week in traffic court for having no valid operators' license — expired more than six months. Fined $15 were Steven Craig Nelson, 23, and Robert E. Koett, 36, both of Burlington, for hav ing no reciprocity or pro-rate plates. Fines of $10 were paid by Marshall W. Albert, 21, Monmouth, too fast for conditions; Kenneth E. Davis, 29, Galesburg, improper passing; Gene W. Dowell, 59, Stronghurst, no valid safety test; Carl W. Frye, 23, Lomax, improper lane us- aije; Steven R. Moore, 19, Pokin, reckless driving; Wesley B. Wilson, 32, Galesburg, too fast For conditions; Patricia A. Cokcl, 22, Monmouth, too fast for conditions; James E. Furnald, 19, Gladstone, disobeying no passing zone; Doris J. Coffey, 36, Carman, no signal lamp, and Carl A. Rudel, 19, Monmouth, no valid safety test. Arrests Thomas J. Shaw, 26, 380 W. Tompkins St., was charged by police with disorderly conduct and resisting a police officer Friday at 5:48 p.m. following an incident at his residence. MONMOUTH - Donald L. Riggs, 37, Abingdon, was charged today at 2:35 a.m. with contributing to the sexual de-j linquency of a minor. Fire Calls Galesburg firemen were caUed to wash down gas spilled in front of 140 E. Main St., Friday at 11:09 p.m. There was no fire. the puiblic and maintain their confidences." Lacked Enough Votes Berman's bill, an "absolute shield," was defeated 21-18 with 30 votes needed, and Porter's bill, which would have lifted the privilege in some court caseg, was rejected 22-15. In committee action Friday, the House Executive Committee okayed bills which would allow legMators and other state officials to take pay hikes without voting for them; to require a neighborhood referendum before construction of low - income 'housing could start in Chicago; land to aillow the attorney general to empanel statewide grand juries. The House Appropriations Cammitiiee cut in half a Senate- passed plan for full funding of state pension programs and aro- proved a small increase in the budget of the state fair agency. And the Senate Appropriations panel, meeting late Friday night, approved on 'a party-' line vote a Republican plan to give all state employes a $35-a- month pay raise. Recommends Raises The plian to change the method of raising public officials' pay would establish a commission to recommend raises. Such recommendations would automatically take efifect unless the legislators vetoed them — in effect allowing the lawmakers to avoid the current embarrassing necessity cf voting their own raises. A bill to fund the pay commission sailed through the House Appropriations' Committee on a voice vote literally before the sponsor could take a seait in the witness chair. The statewide grand juries and neighborhood referendum bills, however, are marked for controversy on the floor. Wrecker- (Continued Fvom Page 2) are housing projects such as Urban Renewal, basic sewer and water grants and public facility loans. The TOPICS (Traffic Operations to Increase Capacity and Safely) project would cost $302,500, witli 50 per cent being paid by a federal grant. The city would contribute $119,000 from motor fuel tax funds and the state will take care of 25 per cent of the total cost, The proposed improvements to Henderson, Dayton and Fremont streets will be reviewed bv the council, Herring said. Those improvements include Installing left turn lanes on North Henderson Street to regulate turns into Northgate Lanes, Western Store Inc., Doyles Furniture Store and the Community Bank and nearby shopping area. All three streets also will be widened at various points. Dayton Street at Henderson Street will have painted channelization, and the channel on Fremont Street will be ripped out and replaced with a painted channel. Traffic signals also will be relocated and revised to Include left turn arrows.

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