DEATHS 1 AND FUNERALS 1 Golesbur ^Reajsfefr^ Monday, June 25, 1 973 IS MRS, M> t 4AE HITCHCOCK YAfPES CITY - Mrs. Mary Mae Sfitcbcscyok, 91, of Yates Oiity, died Bit Elm Haven NuireAnig Mamie, EJimwood, Sunday alt 7:45 p.m. She was torn in Knox County on May 10, 1882. She married Ohiairlie Hiltchcock on Dec. 30, 1901. (He diled Aug. 7, 1955. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Tom (Mara) Ralston of Yates Cilty; two sons, Ted, San Loawdiro, CiaMf., arid Loland, Madera Beach, FJa.; eight grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Mrs. (Hitchcock ted been a resident of itlho Yates City com- munilty rrvosifc of her liiifc. She was a Member Of ifhe Yates City United Christian Church, Yialtes City Woman's Club and the IRebekah Lodge ait Elmwood. Services will he at Patterson Funeral Home, Elm wood, Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. John Clarke, reJfaLred United Miettodlsit minister, will <#Matte. Burial will ho alt Yates City Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. 1925, at Keokuk, Iowa. Survivors include the widow; five sons, James of New London, Iowa, Kenneth of Bonaparte, Iowa, Dean of Charleston, S.C., and John and Donald, both of Roseville; two daughters, Mrs. Donna J. Smith, Lisle, and Mrs. Joan Mathers, New London, Iowa; a sister, Mrs. Vera Moon, Grant City, Mo., and 12 grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Carman Memorial Home, Roseville. Burial will be at LaHarpc Cemetery. Visita lon will be Tuesday from 7:309 p.m. at the funeral home. JAMES H. CRABILL ROSEVILLE - James H Crabill, 70, Roseville, died today at 3:07 a.m. at Galesburg "Cot tage Hospital. Mr. Crabill was born June 30, 1902, at La Crosse, where lie lived until 1942 when he moved to New London, Iowa. He came to Roseville in 1964. Mr. Crabill operated the Roseville Ready Mix Concrete Co., retiring several years ago. He was a member of the Christian Church. He married Mildred Thompson on June 27, Whatever the rOccaiion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 3424121 CLYDE A. THULTN MONMOUTH—Clyde A. Thu- inc, 91, the last surviving Spanish War veteran in Henderson and Warren counties, died- Sunday at 4:15 a.m. at the Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Home, Quincy. He was born Feb. 14, 1882, at Monmouth, where he was reared and educated. He married the former Kathryn Luet kehans on Oct. 30, 1907, at Galesburg. He was a caretaker at the Warren County Courthouse and the Seaond National Bank. He served in the Philippines during the Spanish American War, was a member of First Lutheran Church at Monmouth, Monmouth Masonic Lodge 37, AF & AM, Royal Arch Masons, Low 12 Club, Mohammad Temple and Scottish Rites at Peoria, and the Fraternal Order of the Eagles and the Moose Lodge in Gailesburg. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. John (Kathryn) Irey, Monmouth. Funeral will be Tuesday at' 10 a.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the TurribuiM chaiqel today and Tuesday until the hour of the service. Masonic services will be today at 7:30 p.m. at the ohaipel. Contributions may be made to a memorial fund, the family said. ' . pital 18 years rand retired in 1062. She was born Dee. 22,1889, at Hedrick, Iowa, and married Earl Williamson at Rose Hill, Iowa, Oot. 17, 1907. He died in 196J. She attended Perm College at Oskaloosa, Iowa, and was a member of McCollum Chapel. Surviving are two children, Charles H. and Mrs. Pauline Dyer, both of Galesburg; 10 grandchildren, 14 greatgrand children and a great-great- grandchu'd. Graveside services will be conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Springfield Cemetery in Delta, Iowa. Friends may call Tuesday evening at Hinchliff- Pearson-Wcst Chapel. fied Harriett Lydlck at Galea- burg; He worked m n carpenter in the Cameron community for 50 years and was caretaker at the Silent Home Cemetery for 40 years. Surviving arc a son, Sam J. Fox, Cameron; a granddaughter, a sister, Mrs. E. V. (Maude) Gibson, Sioux Falls, S.D., and a brother, Wilmer Fox, Galesburg. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Tumbull Funeral Home. Rev. F. H. Willey, Galesburg, will officiate. Burial will be at Silent Home Cemetery, Cameron. The family will be at Tumbull Funeral Chapel today from 7-8 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Knox County Blood Bank, the family said. HARRISON PATTERSON LaFAYETTE — Harrison Patterson, 59, of LaFayettc died at St. Mary's Hospital today at 6:30 p.m. He had been a patient there four days. Services are pending at John- son-GlM-Schuster Chapel, Williamsfield. ' INFANT MORSE NORRIS - Donald Gene Morse Jr,, infant son of Donald Gene and Mary Lou Morse, Norris, died Sunday s|t J:35 p.m. at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. He was born Saturday at 7:28 a.m. at Graham Hos pital, Canton. Graveside services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Norris Cemetery, with Rev. Dominic Barberis officiating. Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington, is in charge of arrangements. Johnson-Gill Schuster Chans! Galva -- Williamsfield Mrs. Frank Olmsted Center Prairie Services: 1:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY At the CHAPEL. Friends may call Tuesday evening after 7. Burial Victoria Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Center Prairie United Methodist Church. MRS. ETHEL DRISCOLL Funeral for Mrs. Ethel H y Driscoll, 76, of 579 N. Cedar St., who died Friday at the Knox County Nursing Home, was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel by Dr. Robert S. White, pastor of First United Methodist Church. Burial was at East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Sigfred Johnson, Lester Johnson, Robert Beall, John McKenzie, Fred Quick and Frank Porter. Probe- (Continued From Page 3) could find itself embroiled iri a partisan split, Democrats, including House Minority Leader Clyde Choate of Anna, have charged the panel lacks legal power to Issue subpoenas and have Indicated they will resist efforts to force administration personal! to testify. Democrats also have protested the three - to - two Republican majority on the subcommittee. The panel is charged with investigating Walker's ouster of Johnson from his job as chairman of the Liquor Control Commission. Leahy, in the first public explanation of the firing, said Johnson was dumped because he refused to accept proposed cuts in the commission budget. But Johnson charged Walker rejected him because of an investigation into alleged campaign contributions to Walker's campaign by Chicago millionaire Anthony Angelos. Johnson also was scheduled to testify at today's hearing, as was another member of the commission. MRS. HALLIE WIEMER MONMOUTH - Mrs. Hallic Wiemer, 81, a former Monmouth resident, died Sunday ait 8:15 p.m. at the Hillorest Home, Geneseo. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Turnbull Funeral Home. RUSSELL O. BABBITT Funeral for Russell O. Babbitt, 75, of 472 Oak St., who died Friday at St. Mary's Hospital, was conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were C. F. Sutherland, F. K. Harshbarger, A. N. Overionj R. H. Flaar, P. E. Butler and C. A. Price. Masonic services were conducted Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the funeral home by Alpha Ledge 155 with Jesse L. Goff as master, Walter Brimer as secretary and chaplain. ROBERT C. DUNBAR MONMOUTH - Robert Clayton Dunbar, 95, of Jamestown, N.D., died at his home Friday afternoon. He was born May 6, 1878, at Monmouth, where he was reared and educated. He was graduated from Monmouth College in 1898 and from the Cornell University School of Architecture, Ithaca, N.Y., in 1904. He married the former Molly Alma Kopriva on July 30, 1920; she preceded him in death. He was an architect and a World War I veteran. Surviving are twin daughters, Dr. Anne Dunbar - Richmond (Mrs. C. L. Snyder), Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. Harry (Mary) Strandness, Jamestown, N.D., and six grandchildren. Funeral will, be at First United Presbyterian Church, at Jamestown. Cremation will follow, and the ashes will be brought here, Where graveside services will be at Monmouth Cemetery. LYLE B. DAVIS BUSHNELL - Lyle B. Davis Sr., 72, of 245 S. Washington St., was pronounced dead on arrival Sept. 12, 1897. He attended Galesburg schools. He was self- employed as a sign painter. He was a veteran of World War I, serving with the U.S Marines. He served with the U.S. Army in World War II. Surviving arc a son, James V. of Leesburg, Ind., and two sisters, Mrs. Ernest (Margaret) Parrish and Mrs. Phil (Mildred) Creen, both of Galesburg, and three grandchildren. Funeral will be at the Foley Mortuary Tuesday at 1:30 p.m Friends may call at the mortuary this evening. Burial will, be at Memorial Park Cemetery Ulysses Campbell, 37„ 605 Ohio Ave., was cited for' driving with a suspended license after his car went out of control Saturday shortly before 10:30 p. m., and swerved into two utility poles in the 800 block of Mulberry Street, snapping both off at the base. The car Driver Charged came to rest on the base of the second pole. Campbell was treated and released from St. Mary's Hospital following the accident. He told authorities he swerved to avoid a head on collision with another auto. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey,) Today's Record MRS. F. W. WILLIAMSON Mrs. Florence W. Williamson, 83, of 853 E. Fifth St.,died Sunday at 11:40 a.m. at Knox County Nursing Home. She had been a seamstress for Cottage. Hos- Mr. Leslie J. Robertson Um E. Main St. Services: 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY At The FOLEY MORTUARY. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening.. Burial In Memorial Park Cemetery. Saturday afternoon at McDon Irvin Spencer as| 0 ugh District Hospital, Macomb. He was born July 29, 1900, at Lincoln, and married Corda Deam on Feb. 15, 1920, at Canten. She survives with two sons, Clarence of Macomb and Lyle Jr. of Bushnell; a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Lucille) Mullins, West Frankfort, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at 11 am. at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, with Rev. Ernie James officiating. Burial will be in Bushnell Cemetery. Friends may call any time at the funeral home. JAMES W. McFARLAND James W. McFarland, 79, o: Dunedin, Fla., a former Gales burg resident, died Sunday at 1 a.m. at a Florida hospital. Mr. McFariand was born May 27, 1894, in Knox County, Mo. He retired in 1958 from Service Pipeline Co. Survivors include the widow, Zella; a stepson, Shawn Powers of Pennsylvania; three step- grandchildren, and three sisters, Mrs. Lena Chism and Mrs. Sophia Olmsted, both of Gales burg, and Mrs. Wayne (Ada) Cor bin, East Galesburg. Funeral will be held at Dunedin. Cremation will follow. Traffic Accidents Robert W. Mason, 24, 325 S Chambers St., was in critical condition today in St. Mary's Hospital after the motorcycle he was operating crashed into a car Sunday at 9:59 p.m. at the corner of Main Street and Soan- getaha Road. Police said Mason's motorcycle struck the side of a car driven by David Dwayne St. Andre, 17, Victorville, Calif. The auto Was turning left from Main Street onto North Spange taha Road. Mason's 5-year-old son Daniel, who was also riding on the motorcycle was slightly injured and was released after emergency room nearby resident temporarily repaired the fence to keep hb. cattle confined in the field. A car driven by William E. Collcpy, 16, of near Galesburg, went out of control Sunday about 5 p.m. a half-mile southeast of Henderson on a gra%2l road, skidding through a ditch and into a telephone pole. No tickets were issued in either mishap. Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 342-1013 GORMAN ARMORIAL HOME Roseville - Avon London Mills Mr. James Crabill Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation 7:30 to 9 P.M. Tuesday evening. Burial in LaHarpc Cemetery. —o— Mrs. Mabel Chick Graveside Services: 10 A.M. - WEDNESDAY Family will receive friends at Corman Memorial Home 7 to 8:30 P.M. Tuesday. Burial in Roseville Cemetery. MRS. ORA D. MILLER MONMOUTH - Mrs. Ora D. Miller, 79, formerly of 1040 E. Sixth Ave., died Sunday at 12:05 a.m at Applegate Inn. The former Ora Green was born April 23, 1894, in Washing- ion County, Ind., and was i cared and educated in Monmouth. She married Clyde A. Miller on April 17, 1920, at Monmouth. He died Feb. 16, 1965. She was a member of First Christian Church and was active in a senior citizen's group. Surviving is a neice, Mrs. Don (Joyce) Andersen, Dundee, who was raised by Mrs. Miller, and several other neices and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Tumbuil Funeral Home, Burial will be at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at fhe Tumbull chapel Tuesday ujand Wednesday until the hour of the service. Memorials may be made to First Christian Church, the family said. IRVIN FOX CAMERON - Irvin Fox, 75, ! Cameron, a retired carpenter, d'ed Sunday at 12:26 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born Feb. 29, 1898, at Cameron, where he was reared and educated. He mar- r -marine' FUNERAL DIRECTORS IWOWHTPMMONTITIIIir GALESBUBd MRS CHESTER BANKS - 979 E. North St. Graveside services 10 A.M. Tuesday at the Knoxvillo Cemetery. Friends may call at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel this evening. —o— MRS FLORENCE W. WILLIAMSON - 853 E. Slh SI. Gravesldu services 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at the Springfield Cemetery, 'Delia. la. Friends may call Tuesday evening at HiiiclililT-Peursuii-Wcst Chapel. Mausoleums and Monuments Vxfttl MW V ""!' 1801 W. Main. St Galesburg, III. I'bone 342-6512 Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mrs. Bertha Yeoman Formerly of Berwick Services: 2 P.M. — TUESDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the Funeral Home this evening. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. LAWRENCE W. SCHLIPMAN MONMOUTH - Graveside services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Avon Cemetery for Lawrence W. Schlipman, 74, v/ho died last Thursday at Ap piegate Inn. Rev. Keith Olson MRS. DELORES MAE BANKS Among the survivors of Mrs. Dolores Mae Banks, 41, of 979 E. North St., who died Saturday, is her father, Loren Friday, Galesburg. His name was omit'ied from the obituary in Saturday's Galesburg Register Mai!, One of the surviving sisters, Mrs. Mavis Aplin, resides at Loveland, Cob., and not at As pen, Colo., as was reported Saturday. Graveside services will be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Knoxvilie Cemetery instead of East Linwood Ceme tery. MRS. WALTER CHICK ROSEVILLE - Mrs. Waller Chick, 58, Osceola, Iowa, a for trior Rosevi'Uc resident, died Sunday at 9:50 a.m. at Clarke County Hospital at Osceola The former Mabel Schoon- pastor of First United Methodist n Ve r was born Dec. 29, 1914, at Church, officiated. MRS. FRANK OLMSTED CENTER PRAIRIE - Mrs. Frank (Ethel M.) Olmsted, 80, of near Center Prairie, died at the Leisure Hills Health Center, Kewanee, Sunday at 5:30 p.m. She had been in failing health the past few years, She was born on a farm in Victoria Township, Knox County, Feb. 2, 1893. She was educated in rural schools. She married Frank Olmsted on Jan. 10, 1917, at Peoria. She had lived her entire life in Victoria Township. She was a member of Center < at Prairie United Methodist Iictseviljc Church and a 50-year member 1 of the Royal Neighbors of America at Victoria. Surviving are her husband and two nieces, Mrs. Russell (Mildred) Josephson, Galva, and Mrs. Leslie (Maxine) Goff, Woodhull. Services will be at Jolinson- Gill-Sehuster Chapel, Galva, Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.' Rev. Phillip Snider, pastor of Center Prairie United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Woodhull Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral heme Tuesday after 7 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Center Prairie United Methodist Church, the family said. She married Walter i932. She was a mem- Rosevil'e Chick in be:- of the United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husr band; a son, Charles, Azle, Tex.; a grandson; a sister, M B s. Blanche Jackson, Rose ville, and three brothers, Wilbir of Cuba, Clifford of Rose ville and Clyde of Quincy. Mrs. Chick resided in Illinois for 20 years before moving to Osceola Graveside services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Rose- viVe Cemetery. Visitation will b;> Tuesday from 7-8:30 p.m. Corman Memorial Homo, MONMOUTH - Four people were injured in a 1-car accident Sunday at 3:20 a.m. on U.S. 34 about 10 mates-west of Monmouth. The driver, William J. Wilken, 29, Silvis, and his ditch on the south side of the road, he aigaiin lost control and One oar came to resit in the ditch on the north side. Aires Is Keith Eugene Bliglhton, 22, 60 S. Pleasant Ave., was arrested early today by Gatlasburg police for reckless conduct oifltor he allegedly pulled a gun on another' Galesburg man. Witnesses said the second man appeared to be trying to fight with Brighton before he was discouraged by (he pistol. The incident occurred near the home of a girl bdth men had three passengers were taken to toted > m<xsrs saW - „ .. .... .. , m 1 T T Community Memorial Hospital treatment. St. Andre said he Passengers were Arlene Y. did not see the motorcycle and Lane, 23, Oofona, Mrs. Gloria LESLIE .1. HOBHHTSON Leslie J. Robertson, 75, HOVi E. Main SI., ditl home Sunday morning GLADYS I. KONTZ TRIVOLI - Gladys Irene BonUs, 63, of 110 N. 31st Ave., Phoenix Ariz., died Saturday at 7 p.m. at Peoria Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Bontz was a schoolteacher and lived most of her life In the Trivoli area. She is survived by her husband, Leroy Bontz, Hanna City, whom she married Dec. 30, 1941, at Kahoka, Mo. Also surviving is a brother, Chester Hartman, Glasford, and a sister, Mrs. Harold (Opel) Slane, Princeville. Funeral will be Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Anderson Fu- iKMV .i Home, Farmerville, with Rev. Jonathan D. Drake offi- o( dating. Burial will be in Peni.. ridge Cemetery. Friends may I call Tuesday from 4-9 p.m. He was born in Galesburg onial the Anderson Funeral Home. was not aware it was there un til it hit the auto. No tickets were issued pending a police in vestigation. Two girls were, treated Sunday at St. Mary's Hospital and released after they were hit by a pickup driven by 15-year-old Barry D. Hainline, Lake Bracken. Police said the accident occurred near the cornr of Brooks and Academy streets when Hainline lost control of the vehicle while he was backing around a corner. The mishap occurred during the soapbox races held Sunday on Academy Street. The two children were identified as Carman Alfaro, 9, 757 Avenue B, and Tonia Anderson, 5, 272 W. Brooks St. Hainline was charged with driving without a valid license, and the owner of the truck, Robert J. Hcrr, 524 N. Farnham St., was charged with allowing an unauthorized person to drive. Jerry L. Jones, 31, 555 S. Pearl St., was cited for driving with a suspended license and driving without valid registration after his car struck one driven by Shirley A. Riges, 30, 310 Michigan Ave., Saturday at 4:45 p.m. at the corner of Chambers and Mulberry streets, then left the scene of that mishap and continued on Chambers Street to its intersection with South Street and hit a pickup driven bv Richard L. Pickrel, 32, Knoxville. Charles F. Groom, 43, 994 N. Seminary St., was charged with driving while intoxicated after his car hit a guardrail in the 300 block of South Seminary Street Sunday at 11:43 p.m. He was not hurt. Arthur H. Dotmers, 22. Maquon. was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his ear was involved in a collision Sunday at 6:48 p.m. with one driven by LeRoy L. Smith, 64, 1105 Dayton Dr. The mishap occurred at the corner of Chambers and South streets. Richard L. Snell, 19, 1019 W. North St., was cited for a lane violation after his car hit one driven bv David Glasnovich, 19, 714 S. Henderson St.. today at 1:38 a.m. and at the East Main Street—Public Square Intersection. Knox County sheriff's deputies Saturday investiggjrid a mishap on Knox County Road 10, a half-mile east of 111. 41 in which a car driven by Jackie L. Cook, 17, Abingdon, s'id off the road and through a fence. The mishap occurred about 9:15 p.m. The owner of the properly was not at home, but M. King, 24, and Gary R. King, 29, both of Colon/a. A spokesman for the hospii'.ial said today that Wilken and Mr. and Mrs. King are in fair condition and Arferae Lane is in saitdisfactory condiilfon. Wilken was driving east when the oar ran off the north side of the road, went dhrough a ditch, struck a power pole and cra'shed into a ifiarmhouse. The impact demolished the front porch of the house owned by Dr. Joe D. Simmons, Kirkwood, causing about $3,500 damage. Firefighters were called to the accident scene to help ambulance personnel extricate tihe occupants of the oar. Richard L. Dowedl, 31, 217 Grand Ave., and a passenger on hfe motorcycle, Miss Sharon L. Gary, 21, 229 N. Pearl St., Giailesburg, received major injuries Saturday ait 2:45 a.m. when he wrecked ibhe cycle at the cast edge of Gulfport. They were taken to Burlington Me- miooiial Hospital for treatment. Dowell wias westbound when he felt conArol on a curve and the mtficircyde reportedly skidded across the road on ite side. Miaittthew L. Markey, 66, Lo- miax, was injured 'in a 1-oar ac- ddemt Saturday at 1:30 p.m. on a gravel road about two miles south cif 111. 96 and the Lomax btackitoip. Markey was token to the Burlington hospital for I 'ireariment of his injuries. Miarkey was driving south when ithe oar went ouit oif control on loose gravel, nan off the road and hit some tree stumps and a fence. Rosooe E. Walters, 26, Dallas, Texas, was charged Sunday ait 5:15 p.m. with failure to yield right of way and driving without a valid drivers license after 'the car lie was driving lilt an auto driven by Russell E. Frye, 55, Utoseville. The accident ooownred at the corner of Chamiberdiand and Chestnut streets, Roseville Oars driven by Barbara A. Whalen, 19, Ctottester, and Marshall L. Randolph, 17, Cameron, collided Sunday at 11: IS a.m. ait the junction of U.S. 67 and U.S. 34 south of Monmouth. Randolph reportedly drove from U.S. 34 into the •path of the Whalen auto, which was nodWbound on U.S. 67. Randolph was charged with failure to yield right of way. Chades L. Mulhatiten, 20, 808 Charles L. Leadlbei'Jter, 57, 50 E. Davis St., was charged Sunday shortly before midnight with battery after he allegedly bealt his wife. Polioe said the woman was treated at St. Mary's Hropiitiail's emergency roam and adimWed tor ctoerva- itixm. Oharmiaine Sue Oakes, 22, Penitiwater, Mich., was arrested Saturday at 11:53 a.m. for deceptive piriaotices stemming from an incident earlier this month when she allegedly wrote bad checks ait several Galesburg businesses. Six persons were charged wiitih disorderly conduct during e weekend. Joseph E. Hepke, 69, 161 W. Tompkins St., was. booked for public intoxication Saturday at 5:49 p.m. aiBter he was taken into custody on the Public Square. George V. N 6 o 1 y, 43, Cameron, W. Va., was charged alter he was discovered to be intoxicated in the 200 block of South Seminary Street. •Raymond Holmes, 22, 488 E. Berrien St., was charged with disorderly conduct alter an alleged incident Saturday at his home. He was taken into ous- tody ait 8:58 p.m. LeRoy Van Pelt, 53, 259 S. Oharmbers St., was cited for public intoxicaitiion alter he was arrested in the 200 block of South Seminary Street Sunday about 12:20 p.m. Lynn Davies, 22, 250 Cottage Ave., was charged after he reportedly created a disturbance Sunday at 10:48 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital's emergency rooni. LeRoy It. Hendricks, 19, 683 W. South St., was charged with illegal consumption of liquor after police determined ho had been drinking Saturday about 9 p.m. lie was taken into custody near a Galesburg tavern. MONMOUTH - (Jfcrrlos D. SImonson, 10, 818 S. C St.; Ronnie h. Davis, 19, 1300 S. 6 Mi St., and Robert C. Taylor, 47, 208 W. 10th Ave., were charged today at 1:07 a.m, with disorderly conduct alter a fight in the 100 Mock of South Main Siireet. Roger F. Kellogg, 19, 409 S. Fifth St., was charged Saturday at 12:06 a.m. with illegal possession of liquor. Robert E. Boyd, 45, 405 S. Seventh St., was cited Saturday at 10:10 p.m. with disorderly conduct. The charge was made on complaint of Donald Wil- S. Sixth St., escaped injury I when he wrecked his car Sun • j fj".,, ns day at 12-43 a.m. on a graveli road about 4Vi miles north of, Monmouth. MuJihiaiton told po- Divorrrw I 'lH 'il lice his car swerved into a KNUX COUNTY - I'atrlcia ditch when he accelerated, in G. Hul.-ilaadcr against Danny attempting to drive out of the I Lee Hulsknder.
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