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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 27, 1973
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Gaiesburg ReQiste^M^ 1973 II DEATHS HOSP1TAI i AND -1 Harold K. Andrews, • Galcsburg floute 2 Mrs. Jeanncttc E. Adair, [J** 1 , c - i 19 ™^; Ilf) ^ villc . 1216 Court St Mrs. Myra L. Boeckcr, Oqu&wka James H. Benson, St. Augwlrfne Qr WW QiJ - Johnsc)n ' 213 Si. MiiiV* ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: E. Adair, tES J. ROBERTSON Funeral for Les J. Robertson, 75, of 140% E, Main St., who died Sunday morning, was at the Foley Mortuary Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Jonas Caltenan, assistant pastor of Corpus Chrtsti Church, officiated, .urtat was at Memorial Park Pallbearers married Henry Krueger, artd lived the last 35 years in Charleston. Graveside services are tentatively set for Saturday at Rose* ville Cemetery. Cemetery, rauooarers were Leo Jordan, Karl McKillip, Emil Gnohovena, Wayne Nelson, Lonmte Cowell and Marvin Senstedt. Ralph M. Noble American Legion Post 285 members conducted military services at the cemetery. CLYDE THULtN MONMOUTH Funeral for Clyde Thulin, 91, Monmouth, who died Saturday, was Tuesday at 10 at the Tumbull Funeral Home. Rev. Paul Showalter, assistant pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, officiated. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were ll&vry Royer, C. M. Boggs, William Pierce, Gale Irey, John Ttrabull and Curt Johnson. ELIAS SNYDER ALPHA Funeral for Elias Snyder, 92, formerly of Alpha, who died last Friday, was at the Peterson-Wallin-Knox Fu* neral Chapel Sunday at 2 p.m. Rev. Don Funk, pastor of Al,pha United Methodist Church, officiated. urial was at Alpha tery. Pallbearers were Wayne, Kenneth, Richard, Robert and William Snyder and Earl Kling. . .Richard E. Bowman, Christina Elliott June 22, 1927. WJHiamsfickl She survives. Mrs. Karen Cabrera, 847 Other survivors include two \y. North St. daughters, Mrs. Catherinekj^, Dorothy E. Campbell, Ctoehl, St. Augustine and Miss 191 Blaine Ave. Audrey Newtek, at .home; j^n N . Curran, 812 two stepchildren, Mrs. Howard Abingdon St. (Marilyn) Johnson, Western p^ed D. Davis, 256 N. West St. Siprings and Edward Rue BUI- Mrs. Cheryl E. Durfoin, ott, Phoenix, Ariz.; a sister, 4^0 Iowa Ave. Mrs. Mairy Brink, Ottawa; a Mites Mary F. Emimingcr, brother, Jiames Newbefg, Kan- Abimgdion ka.kee, and five grandchildren. Mrs. Mary K. King, Funeral services will be Sat- Williamsfield urd-ay at 1:30 p.m. at the HIlwh-JMrs. Elsie Lundquist, 879 liff-Pearson-West Chapel buri- Ceme-'»I will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. There will be no visi- JRVIN FOX CAMERON — Funeral for Irvin Fox, 75, Cameron, who died Saturday, was Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. F. H. Willey, Galesburg, officiated. Burial was at Silent Home at Cameron. Pall- MRS. EVERETTE MICHAEL NORTH HENDERSON—Mrs. taiU'on. MRS. MILO LAMBERTSON TOULON — Graveside services ttor (Mrs. IMilo (Ediilth) Larn- EvcreMo P. Michael, 87, North benbsKm, 94, Akron, Oofo., a for- Hcnderson, wds pronounced war Toulon tasrea resident, who dead on arrival Tuesday eve- died Monday at Akron will be ning at St. Mary's Hospital, held Friday ott 2 p.m. at the Galcsburg. Pminceville Cemetery. Visitation The former Jannett Ina Sloan will be Thursday *rom 7-9 p.m. was born on May 31, 1886, at ait the Kidd Funeral Home, Tou- mar- ton. Lenox, Iowa, and was ived March 22, 1905, to Everette P. Michael at Eskridge, Kan. FLORENCE W. WILLIAMSON She lived in Kansas until*mov- Graveside services for Mrs. ing to Illinois in 1933. She was Florence W.'WAfcmtson, 83, 853 a member of the North Hender- E. iFififih St., who daed Sunday, •ait 1:30 o.m. at son United Methodist Church: were Cemetery bearers were Verlyn Browne, James Johnson, Russell Lydick, James Lydick, Eugene Vaughn and Earl Danforth. MRS. MABEL CHICK ROSEVELLE—Graveside services for Mrs. Mabel Chick, 58, of Osceola, Iowa, who died there Sunday, were today at 10 a.m. at Roseviile Ceme tery, wi th Rev. Phillip Menritt officiating. Rallbeairers were James Chick, Howard Chick, Joe Osborne, David Huston, Mike Huston and John Sims. t 1 JAMES CRABILL ROSEVILLE — Funeral for James Cnaibill, 70, of Roseviile who' died' Moitday, wais.f tod-ay at 2 p.m. at Corman Memoriail Home,. Roseviile, with Rev. Jaimcs Oliver officiating. Buriail was at LaHarpe Cemetery; Pallbearers were Terry Flanagan, Irvin Sprout, James Thomas, Lelarud Rodgers, Bob Babooek and Bill Babcock. MRS. LUCIA KRUEGER Mrs. CHARLESTON, W. Va. Luoia Krueger, 73, of Charleston, W.Va., died this morning at Charleston General Hospital. She was educated in Rose today 'ait i:ao p.m. Cemetery, Delta, Surviving are two sons, John Springfield R. of Joy and R. of Little Iowa. 'Rev. Edward Sballer of- York; five daughters, Mrs. Zola fidaitod. Johnson, Mrs. Fairybell Ben- McClure St. Marvin R. Purdy, 424 Monmouth Blvd. Miss Sandra Kim Reiger, Kewanee Ray E. Smith, Abingdon Gregory A. Stokes, Monmouth Mrs. Marjorie Wilson, 900 W. Dayton St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Miss Sandra Kim Reiger, Kewanee Michael Claude Kirk, 1789 Brawn Ave. Miss Rosa E. Johnson, Knoxville Marvin R. Purdy, 424 Monmouth Blvd. Monte J. Meyer, 401W. First St. Mrs. AngeUne F. Cage, Abingdon Kenneth L. Morrison, Berwick Miss Cora Martin, Abingdon Mrs. Ruth L. Baldwin, 229 E. Waters St. Day SI. Jon M. GUmour, Decatur Phillip D. Montgomery, 208 Division St. Mrs. Florence Stevens, Avon Mrs. Ertna A. Woodside, Wataga Robert Earl Linn, 1801 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Roberta E. Smith, 1434 S. Pearl St. Jaime T. Ponce, 1468 Brown Ave. Helen L. Stevenson, Laura Mrs. Myrtle McCone, Abingdon Richard P. Mendenhall, 1361 Garden Lane John W. Henry, Victoria Carl Henry Johnson, 1629 Bateman St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Debbie L. Dennis, KnoxvLllc r RaynaWo P. DeLaCruz, 364 S. Kcltogg St. Mrs. Mac Loveail, Galva John S. Stevens, KnowviUe Mrs. Lorraine C. Best, 841 Olive St. Mrs. Barbara A. Carlson, Lynn Center Mrs. Luelia M. Hendricks, Maquon David J. Shepard, East Gaiesburg Albert H. Welsh, Avon Dale E. McCajvr, Keithsburg Mrs. Betty A. Smith, 1400 N, Prairie St. Mrs. Judith C. Rittis, 712 E. Knox St. Troy E. Lawson, Cameron They'll Do It Every Time H 'SA6WAE»'TR /IMa A > TO PINO WHERE THEY ;// STA/AP THE PRICE! HERE IT IS RIGHT ON THE RINGS OP THE CAN WHERE >t>U CANT MAKE IT OUT/ THEV NEVER 0. RE-INK THE STAMP PAD-ION'T TELL WHETHER THIS IS ff\ 23, 28, 36 OR wm. FELLCW WHO lAAKSS THE EYE DOCTOR'S CHARTS MUST STAMP THE PRICES.' 4ti ANGORA AMO FUB6ERT ARE SEVTlNS CAREFUL ALL OF A SUDDEN! THEY EVEN READ THE INGREDIENTS ON THE LABEL. WELL, t CAN'T READ THE LIST MOM MAKES OUT WHEN SHE SENDS ME TO THE STORE/ 1 o 1 _ * F t # i t • J F ri - * F . 1 1 • '1 * ' F x J f * F J F R 1^ F". . 4M* -CPS ST* LH 1 w -m ham and Mrs. Sally Jones, all EARL It. LINN of North Henderson, Mrs. Ida- Bad R. Linn, 61, formerly of j rnae Armstrong, Monmouth, 469 Peck St., died today at 12:30 and Mrs. Lois Hall, Gore, Okla.; a.m. at Cottage Hospital, two brothers, Willy of Viola and Mr. Linn was born. Feb. 16, RoHand L. of Bruno, Calif.; 19 1912 in Gaiesburg and was a grandchildren, 34 great-grand- member of the First Lutheran children and four great-great- Church. He was a Burlington grandchildren. She was pre- Northern Railroad employe for ceded in death by her husband. 19 years. Mr. Linn never mar- Funeral will be Friday at 2 ried. p.m. at North Henderson Unit- Survivors include four broth- ed Methodist Church, with Rev. ers, Paul, Kenneth and ..Phillip, Al Hilding officiating. Friends all of Gaiesburg, and Charles, call Thursday 'afternoon Wichita Falls, Tex., and a sis- Cottiige ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Thomas V. McKie, Oneida Mrs. Jane H. Cameron, Monmouth may and evening at the McKnight tor, Memorial Home, Alexis. Burial Walker, Henderson, will be at Candor Cemetery Graveside services near Seaton. held Thursday at 2 p.m. at Lin- Memorials may be made to wood Cemetery. There will be Mrs. James (Mar j orie) will be White House 'Subversion' ^ Charged the North. Methodist Church, saad. Henderson the United family no vistotLon, was educated m 111., and attended Monti- Girls School, Morufceitlo, before she was graduated from the University of Iowa. She ville, MRS. LaVERN 'W. PITTARD Mrs. DaVern W. PAtard, 66, Hiaimptan, 'formerly oif Oneida, diied Monday might alt Iliini Hos- piibal, Siilviis, afiter an extended Htoess. The former Dorothy A. Wetmore was born ait Ontario, wibere she ranried LaVern W; Pibtiajrd on Jan. 15, 1924. Survivors four hus- 588 mm Whatever ±J WILL SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists BROAD 3124121 THE "Vji FINEST IN % 1 FLORAL TRIBUTES Don's Flower Shop 58 FULTON 343-3174 inolude the band; four sons, Richard W., Taeomia, Wash.; David L., Chi- Ronald W., Milan, and siiail'toncd with the Gorm-any; a cago; Larry U.S. Ammy in bmoi'Jhcir, Kia'tph IT,, l^ort Wayne, Ind M OTI JJ igranidch'UdTOi. FumcfPal will be r Fhursday alt 1 p:m. ia't the Sirli'ivan Mwluary at •ITia i m p '!Jom. Burial will be at Opconv -iew Memori'ail GaTdens. will be Wednesday funeral Visiitafcion 6 at 'the aifitor home. 1520 NATHAN D. NEWBERG Nathan D. Newberg, 76, Will a rd St., died today at 9:35 a.m. at Coittage Hospital. Born April 1, 1897, he farmed all his Me before retiring in 1962. He married Esther CAflLL. MILLER Carl L. Miller, 66, 404 N. Cedar St., died today at 4:40 a.m. at Cottage Hospital. Mr. Miller was born March 31, 1907 in Gaiesburg. He married Hazel E. McQueen June 16, 1938 at Davenport, Iowa. He was a mill operator for Consumers Grain & Supply Co., Gaiesburg, for 25 years, retiring in 1968 and was a member of the Covenant Church. Survivors include the widow, three sons, Daniel, Carl and Alan, all of Gaiesburg; three daughters, Mrs. Claudia Eskridge, Alpha; Mrs. Anita Bennett, Colchester and Miss Mari- lec Miller, Galcsburg; two brothers, Percy and Walfred, both of North Henderson; n sister, Mrs. Harry Johnson, Cambridge, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be dven to the Covenant Church, the family said. WASHINGTON (UP1) - Sen. Lowell P. Weicker, R-Conn., charged today that the White House still is exerting public and . ' private pressured to "subvert" the Senate Watergate committee's investigation of the bugging scandal. Weicker, a member of the committee, said in an interview on the NBC Today show that the White House had tried to influence the make-up of the committee and the appointment of staff members. "I think it F Florida Lawmen Hold Suspects w 1 FAIRFIELD, III. (UPI)-Two suspects in the robbery of the Mount Erie State Bank last week ha-ve turned themselves in to authorities in separate cities in Florida, Wayne County authorities said Tuesday. Glen Totten, 33, a fotrmer Mount Erie resident, surrendered to Indian River County sheriff's officers at Vero Beach, Fla., and Frank Altevogt, 22, Hillsboro, turned himaelf in to Miami police. Both surrenders took place Monday, local authorities said. . An auto that had been rented by the two at Indianapolis was abandoned at Baltimore, Md., police said. Emergency Phone Numbers Gaiesburg 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 Mackie, 16, WiUiamsfieid, careless driving; Robert K. Perdue Avon, faulty brakes; 1439 E. Jr., 17, Irene V. Griffith, 63, Losey St., improper left turn; Mark D. Mathias, 21, Abingdon, no muffler; Mark D. Duncan, 20, 598 Monmouth Blvd., failure U> wear protective eyeglasses. Births Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs, George Kirgan, Maquon, a boy Saturday at 8:28 p.m. Mr. Abingdon, a and Mrs; Joseph Cecil, boy Saturday at snapped off. No charges wore made by police. Richard Carpenter, 21, and Sharon L. Gillette, both of Henderson, were treated and released at St. Mary's after the car in which they were riding, driven by Carpenter, was hit in the back by a pickup operated by Ricky L. Flatt, 17, Alexis. The accident occurred Tuesday at 3:07 p.m. in the 1000 block of North Henderson Street. Orville R. Rogers, 24, 1018 S. Cedar St., was treated and released at St. Mary's after he was hurt when the truck in [which he was a passenger, driv- 11:18 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Yarde, ff 1450 Lindsay St., a boy Sunday en by Waymon G. Boyd, 21, of at 11*35 a.m. ! n(?ar Gaiesburg, struck a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swanson, 830 W. Losey St., a boy Sunday at 10:37 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mason, 1340 N. Kellogg St., a boy Monday at 12:29 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cabrera, 847 W. North St., a boy Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. parked car owned by Rand S. Gillett, 20, Avon. Boyd, who war- cited for driving while intoxicated, allegedly drove from the scene and was boated a short distance away by police officers. The mishap occurred today at 12:38 a.m. near the comer of Academy and Tompkins streets. Richard D. Leahy, 20, 1782 Newcomer Dr., was cited for *mn f • iteilwM to" yield the right of way Ave., paid * $100 fine m L fter his car hit a pickup driv- Circuit Court them to was try to and wrong for pressure the committee, and I think it is wrong that they're still trying to pressure the committee," Weicker said. Weicker was asked if he had new evidence that the White House still was engaging in a "deliberate effort to si/overt the committee." "Yes. I do, not only the public pressures which you see in trying to blast the committee, but still other pressures that go on, and yes ... I'll present that evidence." Weicker said the testimony so the Watergate that the Bloomington Boy Dies of Injuries BLOOMINGTON, 111. (UPI) A 10-year-old Bloomington youth died at St. Fnancis Hospital in Peoria today after a car-bicycle accident here Tuesday. The victim was identified as Grady Williams Jr. The fatal accident happened after the Williams youth apparently ran a sitop sign with his bicycle in a heavy rain. Robert Rogers, 22, 270 Highland Knox Comity Circuit Courtj en by Kemeth Lt A Jlison, 31, % Tuesday on a charge of disor- ft • i Mausoleums and Monuments McFALl MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St f'.alesburg, Hipbone 342-«5l2 DC A i. t* earsun RECTORS STREET west-inn ley, oounlis PHONE 343-2101 MR. KARL R. LINN Formerly 469 Peck St. Graveside 2 P.M. Thursday at Linwood Cemetery, There services will be no visitation o— MR. CARL L. MILLER 404 N. Cedar St. Services 10 Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. call Friday evening oit the chapel, Burial at 'East Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Covenant Church. A.M Friends may o— mi NATHAN 1) NKWUERG - 1520 Willard St. Services 1:30 I ( M. Saturday al Hinchliff-Pearson-West hapel'. There will be no visitation. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Police Consultant Is Indicted, List 12 Counts CHICAGO (UPI) - John J. Clarke, 44, a special consultant to the Chicago Police Department and ia onetime investigator foir Mayor Richard J. Da- has been indicted on 12 of filing fadse income returns, perjury and obstructing justice. The indictment was returned by a federal grand jury Monday and suppressed until Tuesday. U.S. Attorney James It. Thompson s>aid the grand jury inquiry started out as an investigation of security problems of the Chicago Port A u thorily, and then went into other activities. r The charges included counts alleging Clarke made false income tax returns from 1967 to 1971 on his an investigator; a count df perjury for allegedly telling 0 grand jury he was not a private investigator, and six counts of obstructing justice for allegedly trying to keep six Chicago policemen froun testifying truthfully before a federal grand jury investigating his activities. Clarke has served as a consul taut to the cotmrnissioner of the Port of Chicago Authority. far before committee showed White House hadn't conducted i ts own investigation of the Watergate affair. "There wasn't an investiga- isn't tion, and there isn't an investigation, and that's where the tragedy is of what's going on right now." Iron Workers Agree lo Hire Additional Blacks CHICAGO (UPI) - The Iron Workers Union signed a consent decree TimsHav agreeing to River Death Ruled Accident GALENA, 111. (UPI) A Jo Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY — Catherine J. (Norman) Frakes, 1559 W. M'aiki St., and Virgil Ray Richmond, Tatmpico. Mns. Suzanne Jeamine (Moss) Adams, 565 E. Third St., and Wiffiam An/drew Swanson Jr., 540 Ctertc St. Roniiba Marie Wilkins, 963 E. Losey St.,"and Sbeven Paul Gilson, 938 N. Cherry St. Beverly J. Tlhurman, 125 Indiana Ave., iand Richard J. Smith, 937 Locust-St. derly conduct. The charge was amended from obstructing a peace officer. LeRoy Van Pelt, 53, 259 S. Chambers St., and Robert R McMands, 58, Albuquerque, N. M., each paid fines of $10 for disorderly conduct — public intoxication. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY — Judith D. Thefts MONMOUTH Robert Grated bam, 1134 N. Mam St., rep to police Tuesday at 5:40 p.m. that $85 in cash had been stolen from his billfold between 2-3:30 while he left it on a desk office at Dog 'N Suds FuJton St., Tuesday at 1:52 p.m. in the 1000 block of East Losey Street. in the Restaurant. Mrs. Everitt Hardin, 305 N. •Lewus against Clifford G. Lewis, Q . . « f . y ln nn] j fP ranees L. TwMweli against 7 7J°!S Tuesday agreeing hire more blacks and admit more blacks as apprentices and journeymen over the next four years. The decree, signed by Local 1 of the union and a contractors' association, commits the union to increase the proportion of blacks from the present less than 3 per cent to 16 to 18 per cent by the end of the four years. The agreement, made in U-S. District Court, was called a "landmark" by Assistant U.S. Attorney Samuel K. Skinner. "Literally thousands of members rtf minor itv eroUDS Willi Daviess coroner's inquest Tuesday night ruled the death of an Iowa man struck by a motorboat while he floated in the Mississippi River was accidental. The victim was Charles Metcalf, 20, Dubuque. He was struck while floating between the Illinois side of the river and Nine Mile Island, about •midway between East Dubuque and Galena, authorities said. Metcalf was struck June 9 by a boat driven by Roger McNa- imara, 33, Dubuque. The body was hand June 13, -about one- and-one-half miles from the scene of the accident. Authorities said the Jo Daviess County grand jury would investigate the incident at a hearing July 9. Russell C. 'Pwidwdl, and joirie F. Johnson against F, Johnson. Jf ar . Tuesday, at 10:50 a.m. that two John ^ mn chairs valued at $16 were s'olcn from her yard sometime between Monday at 5 p.m. and Tuesday at 8 a.m. Traffic Court Tommy L. Berg, 17, Berwick, was fined $25 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Arrests Gaiesburg police Tuesday arrested three nersons for dis- persons • . ~ i: ^ orderly conduct — public intoxi- Circuit Court for spmnang tires. cation ; Fined Tuesday for speeding A car driven by Richard E. Shores, 19, 1549 McKnight St., hit one owned by Harrod Scott, 61, Long Grove, Tuesday at 1:22 p.m. in the first block of East South Street. The Scott vehicle was parked. There were no charges. Tom E. Anderson, 21, St. Augustine, was cited for driving too fast lor. conditions after his car hit the back of a Knox County Highway truck driven by Robert B, Goad, 20, 1219 N. Kellogg St., Tuesday at 3:10 p.m. on 111.. 41, north of Lacon Street. A ticket for failing to yield (he right of way was issued to Lucille P. Hollcnbcrgcr, 61, Abingdon, after her car was hit by one driven hy Glen P. Crce,' 17, 348 N. Broad St., Tuesday at 3:33 p.m. at the corner of North Street and Hawkinson Avenue. No charges were filed after a 1-car mishap Tuesday at 11:47 p.m. in the 1100 block of Monmouth Boulevard. Police said a car driven by Olaitan A. Kowa- lari, 21, Macomb, spun into a utility pole. No injuries were re- WWW —r-i-- f Eagle, 23, Knoxville, $12; Leonard L. Stultz, 33, Terre Haute, Ind ported. MONMOUTH — Cars driven by Dr. Wendell F. Roller, 58, 309 S. Main St., and Kim L. Ileatherly. 16, 012 E. Eighth IAve., collided Tuesday at 1:3!) Robert Lee Stroops, 37, 1041 were Jesse L. Morrison, 39, 598 S. Seminary St., was taken into W. First St., $16; Roger W. custody at 11:22 p.m. near the comer of Seminary and Tomp- k : ns streets. Police said Stroops • j • u was sitting on the hood of a car, $15; Marjowe K. Wuidish, dtinking and listening to rec- 29, Knoxville, $12, and Harry ords. _ .... | p . m . ilt thfi corner First Street , . .., .. ... . ,, f land First Avenue. Ileatherly John bnim\, 61, both of en- (|| . jvi t on Fjrst Avt „ derson, were charged alter they h * ,. H ,. u , ( „ y (lroVL . were picked up near the Inter-, t |ho sjf|(l of |{oll , r !|lJl0| section ot Kellogg and Tompkins streets about 8:35 p.m. intoxicated. r W. Adams, 21, Monmouth, $14. Fined $10 for speeding were Robert E. Powell, 21, 1458% E. John W. Barnhill, 58, Found Guilty CHICAGO (UPI) - A circuit court jury found Mario DeStefano, 57, guilty Tuesday ol the 1963 slaying of loan shark Leo S. Foreman. have of minority groups a chance to earn a better living than they ever had before," Skinner said. Skinner said the consent decree was the first in the northern district of Illinois and one of the first in the country. Hoi, Cold Spots NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported Tuesday to the National Weather Service excluding Alaska and Hawaii was 119 degrees al Needles, Calif. Today's low was 44 degrees at Evanston, Wyo. Main St.; William C. Eckman, 24, 358 Huston St.; Anthony K. Morrissey, 17, 301 Huston St,[ and Asihley S. Johnson, 21, 43 AJlens Ave. Paying $15 fines for disobeying a traffic signal were Kenneth R. O'Connell, 60, Peoria, and Larry W. Broadhurst, 29, of near Gaiesburg. Gerald D. Scott, 47, Henderson, padd a $15 fine for having no valid safety test. Paying $10 fines for failure to y'eld the right of way were Howard T. Cowan, 78, 1361 Harrison St., and Martin L. Carlson, 78, 1180 N. Cedar St. Paying $10 fines for failure to reduce speed to avoid an acc : dent were Susan K. Wright, 26, Pekin, and Victoria R. Ri- kcr, 19, 534 N. Broad St. Others paying $10 luxes were Kaithryn J. Hager, 51, Altona, failure to signal; Daniel G, Traffic Accidents Gregory A. Stokes, 19, Monmouth, was in fair condition today in St. Mary's Hospital af- 61, 214 N. 10th St., was driving ter he was hurt Tuesday when his car west on Broadway when winch was southbound on First Street. Ileatherly was charged with a right of way violation. The corner of East Broadway and Sixth Street was the scene of a 2-car accident Tuesday at 9:04 p.m. Dr. Harold F. Wimp, his car skiddod on wet pave- nunt on U.S. 34 west of Gaies­ burg near the entrance ramp to U.S. 34 bypass and crashed into anorther car. Police said Stokes* vehicle apparently went skid when he drove it struck an auto driven by Miss Celinda S. Skinner, 18, 715 E. Third Ave. Miss Skinner "reportedly was driving north on Sixth Street and drove into the path of the Wimp car. Miss Skinner was charged with a right of way violation. Bill E. Kooncc, 27, Decatur, escaped injury Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. when ho wrecked his truck miles into a through surface water from a rainstorm. His car hit one driven by Lovena S. Miller, 18, Kirkwood. She was treated at St. Mary's emergency room and !on U.S. 34 about eight released. The accident occurred least of Monmouth. Kooncc told at 7:54 a.m. The force of thetstatc police an unidentified ap- collision pushed the Miller ve-jproaching car came across the hide across the opposite tones (center line and forced him off of traffic and into a ditch. Sev- the north side of the road. The eral sign posts were also'truck overturned in a ditch. i

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