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DEATHS—, AND FUNERALS HARRISON PATTERSON LftFAYmE -Harrison "Pal" Patterson, 59, of LaFayetiic, died at St. Mary's Hosjptel, Gailcstburg, Monday at 6:30 a.m. He was born March 31, 1914, in Yates Ciily, where he was educated. He was employed as a mechanic hi Yates City and Oaleslburg, and in 1070 opened Pat's PWUiip's 66 in LaFayctte. On Sept. 2, 1072, he married Larraync Tli.cc in Champaign. ,She survives with two daughters, Mrs. Rabbi (Janice) Rig- iliazzi, Farmington, and Mrs. William (Julie Ann) Threw, Canton; three stepsons, Roger L. Carter, Atlanta, Ga., David B. Carter, Galesiburg, and John R.' Rice Jr., Galva; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Ray (Carol) Perez, Bryan, Tex.; a brother, Charles Patterson, Elmwto'od; a sister, Mrs. John (Elizabeth.) C.onnerly, Mahomet, three grandchildren and two stcp- grandclhi'lidren. Services will bo Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-fichu- ster Chapel, Williaimisifield, with Rev. Gordon Peialtaody ciDfiei- •ating. Burial will be at William afield Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Wednesday after 7 p.m. MRS. CHESTERBANKS Graveside services for Mrs. Chester M. (Delores) Banks, 41, of 979 E. North St., Who died last Saturday at Cottage Hospital, were today at 10 a.m. at Knoxville Cemetery. Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiated. MRS, GUSSIE K. MABES GALVA — Funeral for Mrs. Gussie K. Mabes, 32, formerly of GaJiva, who died last Wednesday, was last Saturday at .1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Burton King, Hugh King, Reynolds Everett, Russell Everett, Earl Brown and Dr. C. J. Maginel. MRS. LAURA I. HOWARD WILLIAMSFIELD - Funeral for Mrs. Laura I. Howard, 78, formerly of Dahinda who died Thursday, was .Sunday at -2:30 p.m. at the Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Williamsfield. Rev. John Clarke officiated. Burial, was at Williamsfield Cemetery. Pallbearers were John Sieg, Darreld Woolsey, Wayne Ott, Loren Howard, Calvin Howard and Larry Secrist. INFANT GERMAN YATES CITY - Jonathan Scott German, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. German, Yates Gity, died Monday at 12:05 p.m. at St. Francis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Broken, aill of Yates City. Graveside services were today ait 3 p.m. at St. Mary's Cemetery, Elmiwood. Rev. Daniel Sfoeehan officiated. MRS. BERTHA P. YEOMAN ABINGDON — Funeral for Mrs. Bertha F. Yeoman, 84, of Burlington, formerly of Berwick, who died Saturday at Monmouth Community Memorial Hospital, was today at 2 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon. Rev. Donald Hogan, pastor of Abingdon Christian Church, officiated. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Phillip Yeoman, David Yeoman, Donald Crabill, Walter McGcc, Paul Turner and Ernest Johnson. HARRY J. JOHNSON NORTH HENDERSON - Funeral for Harry J. Johnson, 80, of North Henderson who died last Friday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was Sunday at 2 p.m. at North Henderson United Methodist Church. Rev. Al Hilding, pastor, and Harry Bickerton officiated. Burial was at Mt. Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson. Pallbearers were Jim Edwards, Frank Edwards, Jack Edwards, Dale Pitman, Ross Pitman and Fred Pitman. House Approves More Flood Fund For Downstate WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep. Kenneth J. Gray said Monday the House Appropriations Committee has approved-more than $54 million to continue 16 flood control, navigation and recreation projects in Southern Illinois. Topping the list was $26.5 million for the Smithland lock and dam project in the Ohio River south of Golconda. Other projects and amounts included: Kaskaskia River navigation, $9,900,000; Kaskaskia River, $758,000; Rend Lake construction* $2,430,000';/Rend Lake operations and management, $806,000; Mound City lock and dam, $1,650,000; Saline River construction, $1,612,000; Saline River navigation, $28,000; work adjacent to Illinois on Ohio and Mississippi river levees relating to flood control. $9,700,000. Wabash River basin, $200,000; Cross Wabash Valley Waterway, $100,000; Carlyle Lake, $959,000; Big Muddy R-i ver, $180,000; Helm Reservoir, $75,000; Kaskaskia Island Levee Hospital, Peoria, where he was and Drainage District, $30 000; r I East Cape Girardeau, Clear born Sunday. Surviving with bis parents are his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John B, German, and the maternal grandparents, Whatever the Mm ±S WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 342-8121 Creek, 'North Alexander, Preston and Miller Pond Drainage and Levee District, $35,000; and Degognia, Fountain Bluff and Grand Tower Drainage and Levee District, $10,000. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner mum** (O Mjiir MA, i«„ m »«t, 1)1. Hi. M. "Bet'cha he didn't have anything to supplement his primary hospitalization, right? v ' HOSPITAL NOTES Injuries Fatal MARION, 111. (UPI)-Williard Ricllcn, 70, Marion, died Monday night in Marion Memorial Hospital of injuries received Saturday when his car left a nity street., hit a tree and wound up in a ditch. Johnson - Gill Schuster Galva Williamsfiekl Mr. Harrison (Pat) Patterson Lafayette, III. Services: 1:30 P.M. - THURSDAY WILLIAMSFIELD CHAPEL. Friends may call Wednesday evening after 7. Burial Williamsfield Cemetery. Memorials may he made to the family. GORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Uosevillc - Avon London Mills Mr, James Crabill Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY GORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation 7:30 to 9 P.M. this evening. Burial in La- Ilarpe Cemetery. —o— Mrs. Mabel Chick Graveside Services: 10 A.M. - WEDNESDAY Family will receive friends at Gorman Memorial Home 7 lo 8:30 P.M. this evening. Burial in Roseville Cemetery. .HinchlHT* rtn •hearson,. _ lU/OWifiif FREMONT STREET OALESUUM MRS. FLORENCE W. WILLIAMSON - 853 E. 5th St. Graveside services 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at the Springfield Cemetery, Delta, la. Friends may cull this evening at llinchliff-Pearson-Wesl Chapel. Collage ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Jacqueline L. Carlson, New Windsor Kimberly L. Chase, Abingdon James P. Dahmm Jr., Bushnell Mrs. Debbie L. Dennis, Knoxville Mrs. Sandra J. Hainds, Little York Miss Pamela J. Henderson, Knoxville Mrs. Luella M. Hendricks, Maquon Miss Patricia K. Henry, Victoria Mrs, Evelyn M. Johnson, Galva Russell W. Johnson, 1280 Harrison St. Mrs. Millie F. Klamer, Barry David L. Kniss, 903 Harrison St. Mrs. Raylene Morris, 63 Indiana Ave. Miss Theodora A. Norene, Altona Mrs. Peggy L. Redding, Monmouth Miss Susan K. Reiger, Kewanee Richard L. Renwick, , Williamsfield . Mrs. Ginger K. Rossell, Wa,taga Marion E. Sampson, London Mills Mrs. Clara L. Sargeant, Altona Robert A. Shaw, Keithsburg Mrs. Velma R. Shipp, Gerlaw Mrs. Cora L. Tune, 372 W. North St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Menerva M. Lamb, 1059 W. Berrien St. Mrs. Mae Lynch, 475 S. Seminary St. John J. Serven, 343 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Nellie B. James, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Betty J. Holcomb, 1441 Clay St. Miss Mclodee A. Sargeant,.. Gilson Vincent D. Morgan, Woodhull Mrs. Linda J. Elmore, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Janet L. Ihrer, Avon Mrs. Teresa E. Pepple, 1115 Willard St. Arthur I. Carrier, 663 E. North St. Mrs. Alice K. Bloomgren, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs, Rhonda C, Miller, Ophicm Garl Rigg, 1177 Lyman St. Rchard D. Varnold, 366 Ohio St. Mrs. Judith A. Crawford, Fairview Mrs. Sally J. Finch, 552 Jefferson St. Mrs. Olive M. Bevard, 1761 Bateman St. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Allen H. Agans, Cameron Bernard Drake, 959 N. Broad St. Larry Grohmann Jr., Elmwood Miss Teri Jo Harpman, 1048 Beecher Ave. Albert F. Holmes, 862 N. Seminary St. Miss Paula Johnson, North Henderson Fred C. Jones, Laura Michael Claude Kirk, 1789 Brown Ave. Mrs. Louise F. Leadbetter, 50 E. Davis St. Mrs. Joyce Leduc, 76 Aliens Ave. Mrs. Genevieve M. Lowman, 68 E. North St. Peter McElien, 732 N. Academy St. Mrs: Linda L. Mason, 1340 N. Kellogg St. Robert W. Mason, 325 S. Chambers St. Miss Irma L. Morley, 774 N. Broad St. Charles Morrow, 2660 Springer Rd. Ford S. Perry, Abingdon Mrs. Vera E. Rogers, Alexis Mrs. Defcia Swanson, 830 W. Losey St. Miss Regina Washington, 507 Iowa 'Court Jerome K. Waymoth, Wataga DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. LueiMe Odell, R. R. 4 Mrs. Li'ilian P. Pcple, 820 E. Fifth St. Gale V. Foster, Carman Mrs. Louise F. Leadbetter, 50 E. Davis St. What Pain Was Planned For Probers? By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) When former White House counsel John Dean III testifies at the Watergate hearings this week, perhaps he will explain something that has me mildly apprehensive. GgJjSsbuffl Registef-MoiLGdlesbUfg, llj. Tuesday, June ML The Lighter Side Today's Record niev- (Continued From Page 3) Panel Approves FBI Nomina lion WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Senate Judiciary Committee today approved the nomination of Clarence M. Kclley to head the FBI. The full Senate was expected to give final approval to the Kansas City, Mo. police chief Wednesday. Committee sources said Kelley was approved without opposition, although some members of the committee were absent. The vote was not announced immediately. Committee Chairman James O. Eastland, D-Miss., said earlier he hoped the Senate could approve the nomination before the Fourth of July recess begins Friday. Other sources said there was no known opposition to Kelley, and confirmation would be swift. The program calls for $20.5 million in state funds to be used for grants to parents of nonpublic school students for textbooks and special services; $4.5 million for grants to low income families with children in nonpublic schools, and $5 million to public and private schools to set up cooperative educational programs. One of tho chief backers of the measure was Rep. Eugene S c h 1 i c k m a n, R - Arlington Heights, who said Monday he believes the bulk of the program will be upheld in the courts. Schlickman said it was impossible to tell what effect the high court's ruling will have, however, until the full texts are studied. The school board of the Roman Catholic archdiocese in Chicago, largest in the nation, expressed "d e e p" disappointment" at the decision, but with Published versions of secret testimony recently given by Dean have him intimating that the Nixon administration last year was considering some sort of post-election reprisal against critical newsmen. I hope that in his public testimony Dean will make clear what measures may have been contemplated. We know that some reporters have had their telephones lapped and some have been clapped in the hoosegow in connection with news-gathering activities. But these are mild forms of harassment compared to press intimidation in certain other countries. For example, Israel. According to recent dispatches from Tel Aviv, foreign correspondents covering the Israeli army are being required to pass physical fitness tests. Reporters, it was explained, tend to be short, of breath, overweight and incapacitated by hangovers. Israeli commanders didn't want to take a chance on being delayed by red-faced, hard- puffing journalists who were unable to keep up with the troops. So press accreditation now depends on a reporter being in reasonably good physical condition. As a press card-carrying member of the local corps of correspondents, I find this sort of restriction on press freedom reprehensible I like to think "it can't happen here" —that no U. S. President would tolerate such abuse of the First Amendment. But the potential for punitive retaliation against the press is so great, I'll feel better if I hear Dean say the White House had something else in mind. Suppose, for example, that Press Secretary Ron Ziegler suddenly announced that reporters attending a presidential news conference would be compelled to do 25 push-ups. The blood drains from my face just thinking of my colleagues in the White House (press room meeting with such a cruel fate. In my mind I can hear their piteous moans as they struggle to lift their prostrate bodies from the floor. The imagined wheezeSj grunts, gasps and gurgles of their exertions sear the brain and wrench the heart. Congress presently is considering legislation that would give newsmen immunity from having to reveal their sources to courts and government agencies. I pray it would never be needed, but just to be on the safe side I would like to see a Traffic Accidents Galesburg police investigated two mishaps Monday — both rear-end collisions. No injuries were reported. James C. Quails, 16, Henderson, was cited for a speed restriction violation after his car struck one driven by Charles J. Gibbs, .46, 676 N. Academy St., at 7:13 p.m. in the 300 block of West Losey Street. A ticket for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident was issued to Raymond M. MiUer, 19, 736 N. Kellogg St., after his car hit one driven by Gwendolyn L. Rude, 32, 1148 Bridge Ave., at 12:16 p.m. at the intersection of Henderson and Losey streets. Rudolph G. Sanburg, 68, of near Knoxville, was cited for illegal transportation of liquor Monday after his pickup careened off a road southeast of Knoxville, went through a ditch and struck a telephone pole. Sanburg was slightly hurt and his truck was slightly damaged. Deputies said he apparently drove into the pole without attempting to stop. MONMOUTH - A car driven by George O. McCrery, 67, 1323 Lincoln Rd., struck a parked auto Monday at 8:15 a.m. According to a report made at the police station, McCrery was backing from a driveway when his gar struck a car owned by Carl A. Brownlee of near Monmouth. The Brownlee car was parked on the south side o£ 10th Avenue about 150 fee t from Main Street. 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 Anonymous 342-2179 Humane Officer . ' 343-2504 Circuit Court William Turner, .13, Oneida, vm placed on probation for three years Monday In Knox County Circuit Court for criminal trespass to a motor vehicle. Turner was charged earlier with theft over $150 — auto, but the charge was reduced. Two Farmington youths, Roy Lee Smith, 17, and Danny Earl Pettott, 18, were granted probation for two years on charges of theft under $150. They were originally charged with burglary and theft over $150 stemming from a February break-in at n Yates City garage. Automotive parts and tools were taken. William Charles Starncs, 24, London Mills, was placed on three years' probation for attempted arson. The charge resulted after a fire three years ago in a building owned by Midwest Manufacturing Co., Monmouth Boulevard. Frederick C. Gordon, 20, Ophicm, was placed on probation for a year for possession of marijuana — 10-30 grams. He was originally charged with possession of 30-500 grams. Charles L. Smith, 21, Altona, war sentenced to 30 days in tho Knox County Jail for possession of marijuana — 10-30 grams. Fined Monday for disorderly conduct were Raymond H. Holmes, 22, 488 E. Berrien St., $25, and Joseph E. Hepke, 69, 161 W. Tompkins St., $10. MCDONOUGH COUNTY- George D. Brush, Bushnell, who pleaded guilty June 19 in Circuit Court to charges of receiv- Blandinsville, $10, loud muffler; Daryl Forman, 19, .Industry, $10, loud muffler, and $10, defective brakes; Marvin L. Taylor, 22, Bardolph, $25, illegal transportation of liquor, and $15, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, and Marjoric S. Hamilton, 52, of near Good Hope, $10, disobeying a stop sign. Others paying fines were Beverly Y o c u m, 24, Prairie City, $10, violation of classification; Herbert Foster, 31, Bar- dollpih, $10, too fast for conditions; Randle W. Hillyer, 18, 612 Harrison St., Bushnell, $10,. „ , , too fast for conditions, and Kir^,' ng u . nem P l ? vment compensation by N. English, 19, Marietta, 1 * fraudulent representations, and Michael S. Melvin, 26, G^ eceiVed a condT ' tl0nal dischsr^. Hope, both 10 for careles driv-l or one ye f Hfe wa ^ s ° rder f d m g jto pay court costs and to make Speeding fines were paid by! Roland E. Soule, 57, Blandins- vill-e, $11; Raymond L. Berry, 29, 825 E. Twyman St., Bushnell, $15; Robert A. Smith, 19, of near Avon, $13, and Robert W. Engle, 29, Wataga, $15. Traffic Court Two youths were each sentenc ed Monday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court to six months probation for driv ing without valid drivers 11 censes. Placed on probation were Alex L. Shinn, 16, 652 E. Brooks St., and James C. Petti- furd, 15, Knoxville. Fined $11 Monday for speeding were Robert A. Motter, 64, Knoxville; LeRoy L. Pope, 54, Union Springs, Ala.; Beverly A. McCune, 18, Abingdon; William F. Everhardt, 48, Macon, Ga., and James L. McCarthy, 50, Louisville, Kv. Paying $10 were Donna J. Damitz, 16, 1560 E. Grove St.; Timothy A. Polk,' Rirfhs 17, Leesburg, Ind; Sharlyn i M. Born at Cott „ ita , to . Moore, 21 Knoxville; Theodore Mr an(1 Mrs Johl { L Car , Wheeler, 42, Glencoe; Glenn P.' son Jr> New WJndsori a boy Monday at 2:45 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Keneipp, Wataga. a boy today at 6:08 restitution of $205. a.m. Alderson, 18, 362 Maple Ave.; Ernest W. Sell, 21, Good Hope; Bernard J. Carr, 59, 750 E. South St.; Deborah G. Pur- ehsse, 21, Mobile City Trailer Court, and Gary E. Graves, 28,' Chicago. Mrs Pa , wukins are the par-; Rodney Frankhn, 21 of near ents of boy John A , b , b ' , ^^"i M A C lli ^-.Monday. Pafernal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wil- Marria<?e * .ureases KNOX COUNTY - Teresa Jeanne Shaver, Mobile City Trailer Court, and Thomas Robert Swanson, 1096 Huber Ave. I MCDONOUGH COUNTY- Marriage licenses were issued last week in the county olerk's office to Gerald D. Thompson, 355 N. Washington St., Bushnell, and'J--ud.it h A. (Hood) Hughes, 682 E. Hail St., Rush- ne,¥; Terry Rafspfo- Rboads, 760 [E. Wells St., Busnnell, and Sue E'Cen Draughan, 698 Harrison St., Busfonefl: Uoyd Warded Thompson, BlandimsvUIe, and Defora Jean DeHaven, of near Blandinsvil'le; Richard L?e Hart. Peoria, and Carlene Marie (Lesones) Heikes, 561 Sperry St., Bushnell, and Wayne B. Perrine, 1010 N. Washington Blvd., Busihne'il, and Alma L. wc , u , D „ Dn , ., .,(King) Brown, 111 Cover Lane. NEWPORT, Va. — Mr. and ^e^i^ Arrests Robert R. McManis, 58, Albuquerque, N.M., was arrested Monday at 5:40 p.m. for public intoxication. He was picked up by Galesburg police near the corner of Mulberry and Semi- speeding fines nary streets. i pert, 19, 581 N. Chambers St., were each fined $15 for speeding. David E. Smith, 21, Mount Carroll, paid $13 for sueedJng. Gary G. Webber, 29. Sparland, tmd. Richard H. Aplin Jr., 16, kins, 1367 Monroe St. Galesburg firefighters were called to 1026 Beecher Ave. Mon- dayabout 1:45 p.m. where they found a lawnmower burning. The fire was extinguished with Pivorpes Gvimiotl McDONOUGH COUNTY -'slight damage. Abingdon, were each fined $10 A divorce was granted last week | Firemen were called to the for failing to yield the right of,in Circuit Court to Clarice Max- Burlington Northern Railroad way. line Alexander, 503% W. Mahvyards today at 1:17 a.m. where Larry G. Whitman, 16, Oneida, traffic signal violation; Herbert W. Zeltner, 40, 158 W. North St., drivers license expired; Danny law granting us immunity fromiL. McGraw^28, 1634 Rock Island exercise as well '--i— - — J -» Stockclale- (Continued From Page 2) captives with prison camp misconduct. The U.S. government has said it will bring no charges against iany former POW for anything done in captivity but nothing Others fined $10 Monday were;St., Bushnell, from James Har- several junk railroad cars were ol Alexander, address unknown, burning. No loss was reported, on grounds of desertion. The Firefighters were called to the couple was married Aug. 15, Ip. J. Sullivan home, 814 S. 1S69, and had no children. 'Seminary St., today at 8:30 a.m. Russell E. Coates, Blandins- 1 after a lightning bolt reportedly Ave., failing to reduce speed to villc, was granted a divorce last hit the roof. Although siding ;n'oid an accident; Paul E.'week from Mary J. Coates,|was knocked loose and plaster Engstrom, 28, 1405 S. Kellogg Blandinsville, on grounds of ifcU inside the home, there was S*.. stop signal violation; Larry mental cruelty. The couple was'no fire authorities reported. D. Fones, 20, 924 Frank St., noimarried July C, 1963. Custody of; .—eye protection when riding on_a;three children was awarded the; Thefts motorcycle, and Danny R. father. Flynn, 23, 835 Wisconsin Ave., ! muffler violation. HEAD THE WANT ADS! . , . .. i can stop individual servicemen held further comment pending; from fiIing covrt - m a r 11 a 1 a review^ of the text j h ^ ^ mjm Ihe II mow parochiaid plan.; CodDbof Justlce if put into full effect, would aid 500,000 nonpublic school children. Vietnam May Take Over U. S. Bombing Hole SAIGON (UPI) - South Vietnam has no present plans to replace the United States in support bombing to Cambodia but would consider any request from that government, foreign ministry and command spokesmen said today. Under questioning from newsmen at the daily press briefing in Saigon, Thai Hu Chung, press spokesman for the foreign ministry, said, "Any request from Cambodia will be considered by our government, but I'd leave military questions lo the military experts." • Both mutiny and aiding the enemy carry a maximum penalty of deadi "al all times," the Navy said. Stockpile's charges were the first brought against officers rebasod from Communist prisons since the cease-fire. Eight enlisted men were charged late last month by Air Force Col. Theodore W. Guy with divulging prison camp secrets to the North Vietnamese. Stockdale charged Miller and Wilber with violations under seven sections of the code. The Navy did not provide immediate details of the charges. Miller is presently assigned to the U.S. Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Wilber is assigned to the U.S. Naval Hospital in Philadelphia. Navy officials said both are at home on convalescent leave. MONMOUTH - Cliff M. Mc- Gilvay, 20, Galesburg, was fined $11 Monday in Warren County Traffic Court on a speeding charge. Fines of $10 were levied against Brant E. Weil, 18, Cameron, no valid safety test; Darrell A. Moody, 20, Smithshire, driving too fast for conditions; Miss Veronica H. Martinez, 18, 1121 S. Wi St., permitting an unauthorized person to drive; Mrs. Peggy J. Trout, Cameron, failure to yield right of way; Dennis A. Terpening, 18, Kirkwood, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, and Donald A. Malcom, 46, Burlington, speeding. Also fined $10 each were Robert Swank, 39, 973 N. Seminary St., Galesburg, speeding; Darrell A. Moody, 20, Smithshire, failure to notify of change of address, and Adrian J. Moeller, 29, Hillsboro, Iowa, no valid safety test. Top Court Says Bus Law Okay SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - The Illinois Supreme Court has upheld the state law which requires public school districts to allow nonpublic school students to ride its busea. The court held that the law served a "public purpose" by protecting tho health and safety of children going to nonpublic schools, and was not in violation of the constitutional separation of church and state. The opinion, issued Monday about the same time the U.S. Supreme Court was knocking down parochiaid programs in two other states, involved a case brought by Oak Forest School District 142. The district said it had no vacant seats on its buses- and could not provide transportation for students of St. Damien School in Oak Forest and St.! Christopher School in Midlo-i MONMOUTH - A $60 pair of glasses was stolen sometime Monday between 7-8 p.m. from a car parked at Filling Station III, according to a report made to police by N. E, Addingfeld, Oquawka. McDONOUGH CO U N T Y —ithian. The district said the law. Fines were paid last week in! violated the s e p a r a t i o n of Traffic Division of Circuit!church and state provision in Court by Danny L. Monroe, 19,'the Illinois Constitution. for Th» Mott In Complete Insurant* Protection SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENT TODAY INSURANCI 407 HILL ARCADI GaL.bura Ph. 342*1414

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