DEATHS AND FUNERALS MRS* SUSIE E. MERIDETH Funeral for Mrs. Susie E. Merideth, 54, of 255 W. Tompkins St., who, died Saturday, was today at 9 a.m. at Hinch- liff-PearsOn-West Chapel with Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. LEO COWAN Funeral for Mrs. Leo Cowan, . 46, of 710 W. Tompkins St., who died Saturday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West ChapeLwith Rev. L. B. Johnson officiating. Burial was at East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Cassel Page, James Kimbrough, Clarence Ford, Jesse Harris, Lonnie Brown and Harold Britton. HAROLD DARWIN HALL Graveside services for Harold Darwin Hall, 72, of San Francisco, Calif., who died Wednesday, were today at 11 a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery with Rev. W. Robert Murray of Cen tral Congregational Church of ficiating. MRS. EMMA SCHRAUB Graveside services for Mrs Emma Schraub, 72, of. near Galesburg, who died Saturday, were held today at 11 a.m. at Swan Lake Memory Gardens Cemetery, Peoria. Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiated. MRS. EMMA W. KRANS Funeral for Mrs. Emma W. Krans, 88, formerly, of 810 N. Seminary St. who died Sunday, was today at 3 p.m. at Hinch Uff-Pearson-West Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Knudsen officiating. Burial was at Hender son Grove Cemetery. MRS. JOY BROWN SARFATI PARIS, France — Mrs. Joy Brown Sarfati, 37, of Nozay, France, died June 25 in Paris, France. Mrs. Sarfati lived in France since 1956 when she went there from Earlham College to study French and music. She remained in Paris for further study in musical composition and re ceived her doctorate from the Paris Conservatory of Music She had been teaching music at the junior-college level in Laon and Massy, France, since 1962. She is survived by her husband, Yves Sarfati; a son, David Ray, and a daughter, Isabelle, all of Nozay, France; her mother, Mrs. Ray Brown, Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Sue Brown Cowing, Honolulu, Hawaii, and a brother, Peter Brown, Galesburg. MRS. LILLIE R. SCHALLER Mrs. Lillie R. Schaller, 89, Galva, died today at 1:35 a.m. at the Americana Nursing Center, Galesburg. She was born July 8, 1883 in Victoria and married John Schaller in 1930. She worked as a practical nurse and was a Whatever the Occasion "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 342-8121 Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mr. Everett W. Carlberg RR 3, Galesburg Services: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the Funeral Home Wednesday evening. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. member of the Victoria United Methodist Church. Surviving are two stepdaughters, Mrs. Aneta Herkstrom, Galesburg, and Mrs. Selrnia Carrigan, Baltimore, Md.; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Milligan, Hollywood, Kan., and Mrs. Edna Norburg, Chicago; four grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the Victoria Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. CECIL E. POOLE Funeral for Cecil E. Poole, 73, formerly of Galesburg, who died Sunday morning will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth. Visitation will be Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial wtijl be at the Monmouth Cemetery. GEOFFREY HODGSON Geoffrey Hodgson, 16, of Roll ing Meadows, died Saturday at 6:55 a.m. in Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington Heights. He was born Sept. 30, 1956 in Pekin. He was a junior at William Fremd High School, Palatine. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hodgson; two brothers, Stephen and Philip, and a sister Carol, all of Rolling Meadows; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hodgson, Topeka, and Mrs. Dorance WooJ,sey, Galesburg his great-grandparents, Mrs. Caroline Hodgson, Pekin, and Mr. and Mrs. Hess Daily, Knox ville. Funeral was Monday at 11 a.m. at the Christian Church, Arlington Heights. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society for Leukemia Research, the family said. MISS EMMA BENTSON McPHERSON, Kan. - Miss Emma Bentson, 81, McPherson Kan., died recently. She was born on June 21, 1891 and lived her entire life in the New Gottlahd community. She graduated from Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kan., and taught school in Kansas. She was also a member of the New Gottland Lutheran Church. Surviving are two sisters and two brothers in McPherson County and many nieces and nephews along with a cousin. Miss Ethel Capitola Nelson, 204 Duffield Ave., Galesburg. Funeral services will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the New Gottland Lutheran Church. Burial will be in McPherson County. EVERETT W. CARLBERG Everett W. Carlberg, 79, near Galesburg, died Monday at 1:45 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He was born in Magnolia on Dec. 16, 1893, and married the former Vonna Pauline Marks June 7, 1917. He was a farmer for more than 50 years and was graduated from Galesburg High School and Browns Business College. He was a member of the First Lutheran Church and a former member of the Rotary Club Mausoleums and Monuments McF .'lf. vm n, "w 1801 W Main St Galesburg, Ul. if i Phone r J ^:,.THE 7%A ^'FINEST ,,IN^ J* FLORAL * ? TRIBUTES \ Don's \ Flower Shop , 56 FULTON 34S-3174 JT4 •HincMifr n •bearsnn,. r •uiest'inc FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FnEMONTSTREET PHONE 343-2101 6ALESBUR9 MR R. GLEE SHERWOOD - RR1, Knoxville. Services 10-30 A M. Thursday at the Grace Lutheran Church, Knoxville, 111. Friends may call at the chapel Wednesday evening. Burial in the Knoxville Cemetery, Knoxville, HI. and the Knox County ftfm Su* reau. Surviving are his widow, test Galesburg; two daughters, Mrs. Wilbur (Louise) Quick, Abingdon, and Mrs. Leonard (Jean) Hedbloom, Gilson; a son, Rob* ert, Mclean, Va.; 12 grandchildren, and three great-grandchil dren. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday evening MISS ELLEN MOORE KIRKWOOD - Miss Ellen Moore, 47, a resident of the Applegate Inn, died today at 7:54 a.m. at Community Memorial Hospital. She was bom May 29,1906, at Kirkwood, and reared and edu cated in the Monmouth area She was graduated from Monmouth Hospital School of Nurs ing and was a nurse. She was a member of the nurses alumni! Surviving are a sister, Laura Roberts, Fairbom, Ohio, and a brother, Jacob A. Moore, Gales burg. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the TumbuH Funeral Home. Burial will be at Mon mouth Cemetery. The family will be at the Turnbull Chapel Thursday from 7:30-8:30 p.m. MRS. LEWIS HEDMAN SPRINGFIELD - Mrs. Lewis (Cecilia) Hodman, 97, Springfield, died today ait 10 a .m. ait the Memorial Hospital, Springfield. Funeral arrangements are pending at Johnsan -Gill -Scihu ter Chapel, Galva. Judge Finds Workman Galesburg RcgistefrMpjl; ..QajtsburflJIL Tuesday, July 3, 1973 11 Mentally Incompetent pledged that if Workman was ever determined competent he would be brought to trial on murder dtarges. Carey also said he would ask Gov. Daniel Walker to start an investigation to determine why Workman was released from CHICAGO (UPl)-A criminal court judge his found William Workman mentally incompetent to stand Mai on chargea he killed seven persons with a rifle ia suburban Palos Hills last Tuesday. Judge John F. Hechinger Monday ordered Workman com mitted to the, Illinois State Mental Hospital ait Chester and ruled that he not be removed front the hospital without a court order. Workman, 43, was accused of killing his parents, a neighbor woman and her daughter, and an aged couple and their son with a .22 caliber rifle. Hechinger and Cook County State 's Attorney Bernard Carey the Tinley Park Mental Health Center since Workman was "still mentally ill." Workman Was unshaven and dressed in work clothes when he appeared before Hechinger He did not speak except to tell the judge he did not have a lawyer. At die time of his arrest, Workman told authorities he was "God's son" and "took things into my own hands.'* HOSPITAL NOTES HAROLD R. SCOBEE AILEXIS — Funeral services for Harold R. Scobee, 55, of Alexis, who died Friday in Sparta, Wis., 'were Monday ait 2 p.m. at Alexis United Presbyterian Church; Rev. Ai Hilding, pastor, afiSidiaited. Burial was in the Alexis Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were Beu Blair and Carl Olson. Pallbearers were LeRoy Martin, Eugene AHgeyeir, George Laifferty Sr., Raymond Wlinkler, Charles Devlin and WaTter MciKeLvie.- MRS. CHARLES S. MALLEY Funeral for Mrs. Charles Mai ley, 85, of 661 Liberty St., who died Saturday, was today at 10 a.m. ait St. Patrick's Church. Rev. IDaniei McOaul, pastor, saiid the mass. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Thomas C. Fox, William Minehan, John Grawey, Edward Redingiton, Joseph Redington and John E. Teval. There was an honorary escort from St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society composed of Mrs. Oaltherine Johnson, Mrs. Lilian tSephan, Mrs. Zelma O'MaMey, Mrs. Blanch O 'Con- netl, Mrs. Anthony Ramirez and Mrs. Paul McKiliip. ERNEST VAN VELSOR BUSHNELL - Ernest (Ike) Van Velsor, 49, Bushnell, died today at 4:50 a.m. at the Ameri cana Nursing Center, Macomb. He was born July 1, 1924, at Prairie City, and married the former Neva Sorrells at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Oct. 22, 1952. He retired from the U.S. Army in 1966 after 21 years of service with the rank of Sergeant First Class. He served in both World War II and the Korean War. He Vved in Bushnell seven years and owned and operated "Burgeriown." He was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Prairie City. Surviving are his widow, Bushnell; his father, Ervie, Prairie City; a daughter, Tina, Bushnell; a brother, Raymond, Crowley, Colo.,-and two sisters, Dorothy Dulaney, Pekin, and Mrs. Gladys Stambaugh, Adair. Funeral services will be Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at Mar tin-Hollis Funeral Home. Burial will be at Prairie City Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAYt Mrs. Julie K. Hoffman, 300 E. Davis St. William D. Shawgo, 2265 N. Seminary St. Larry K. Detweiler, 100 Mobile City Mrs. Betty Jo Olson, 2678 Lincoln Park Drive Merle L. Lewis, Abingdon Mrs. Billie J. Bailey, Galva [Mrs. Bessie McKnight, Alexis Perry Hogan, Geneseo Richard P. Mendenhall, 1361 Garden Lane Mrs. Darlene Strange, 82 Pine St. Ray R. Grosclaude, 255 W. Tompkins St. Mrs Deborah A. Sheley, 145 Duffield Ave. iThomas H. Poling, Monmouth Edward M. Blair, Rio Raihner J. Westfall, Gilson Mrs. Boniface F. Mundwiler, 1361 S. Pearl St. Walter I. DisbenneU, 976 E. Fifth St. Walter L. Johnson, 1068 S. Pearl St. Jack L. Swanson, Gilson . Mary Ellen Combs, Maquon M. Henry Combs, Maquon Mrs. Rose E. Shanebeck, Avon Mrs. Yvefcte S. Howard, 445 E. Fifth St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Ray E. Stanforth, 1685 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Cindy J. Custer, 523 N. Chambers St. Raylene Morris,/ 63 Indiana Ave. Walter E. Blixt, 761 E. North St. Mrs. Arlene F. Rossetti, Madison, Iowa [Mrs. Sandra L. Gowler, 526 Maple Ave. Miss Ethel B. House, Kewanee Mrs. Jennie Crooks, 95 Phillips St. Mrs. Clara J. Munson, 1646 Beecher Ave. Lynn A. Larson, Victoria Gerald E. Bugg, 292 Walnut Ave. Mrs.- Donna F. Page, .St. Augustine Jennifer L. Tuthill, 255 W. Davis St. [Mrs. Sandra W. Simonson, 195 Arnold St. Mrs. Mary A. Morrison, 23 Indiana Ave. Mrs. Mary L. Howard, Maquon Francis E. Ingle, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Sandra L. Kaiser, Altona St.. Maiv's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Miss Stacey Ashley, Abingdon Raymond I. Benson Sr., 1065 Pine St. Mrs. Debbie S. Caldwell, 975 E. Knox St. after 3 p.m., and until the time of the services. VFW military services will be conducted by Bushnell Post 1422. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. Everett N. Carlberg, Galesburg Route 3 Arthur G. Copeland, 1125 Moshier Ave. M.'ss Anna M. Eberhard, Monmouth Mrs. Nellie Bly Ehrenhart, Abingdon Dcnald J. Farlow, 55 N. West St. Mrs. Ethel A. Friend, .798 Day St. George F. Godsil, Rio Mrs. Elsie R. Goudear, 979 Mulberry St. Mrs. Margie L. Hennenfent, Cameron Mrs. Helen M. Erons, 1396 Hollycrest Circle Mrs. Lois M. Jordan, Knoxville Miss Cherie Kane, Knoxville Mrs. Willa M. Mayes, 1583 McKnight St. Lester D. Pratt, Williamsfield Mrs. Marian F. Walters, London Mills DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Mabel L. Johnson, Altona Thomas E. DeCrane, Abingdon Mrs. Patricia Erdman, 1279 E. North. St.. Kenneth W. Hiatt, 265 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Vera J. Hawks, Laura C ; tv~ , (Continued From Page 2) Arrests Robert H. Van Treese, 21, Maquon, was arrested Monday about 4:90 p.m. by Galesburg police lor disorderly conduct land theft under $160. Von Treese was charged after en in* tiderit earlier when he allegedly created a disturbance at a Galesburg food store, then walked out without paying for I some ctgarers. avfarda X. Blast, 18, Kewanee, was arrested Monday about 11:50 a .m. for theft under $150 — shoplifting, after she reportedly took a pair of slippers from Arlans Department Store, 1280 N. Henderson St. George R. Read, 54, Newark, .N.J., ww arrested for theft wilder $150 - shoplifting, after he took several items from the East Main Street Giant Food Store. Mary R. Williams, 41, Kansas City, Kan., early .today was issued a notice to appear in court |on a disorderly conduct charge. She reportedly created a disturbance near a Galesburg restaurant and swwre at police who attempted to cairn her down. Fred John Horst, 58, Chicago, was charged today at 1:42 a.m. wiKh disorderly conduct — public intoxication. Circuit Court Dale May HI, 23, no address listed, pleaded guilty Monday to forgery in Knox County Circuit Court. His case was continued for court consideration of a request for probation. May was accused of writing a bogus $95 check last November to another Galesburg resident. Clyde E. Hendricks, 21, near Galesburg, was placed on pro* nation for a year Monday for possession of marijuana. Fined $50 were Andrew Burn- hum, 50, Davenport, no firearms identification card, and George Courier, 31, Gilson tcry. Rose C. Thompson, 37, Altona, paid $10 for disorderly conduct. HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Mn. lillie R. Schaller Of the Lincoln House Residence, Galva. Formerly of Victoria Graveside Services: 10:30 A.M. - THURSDAY At the VICTORIA CEMETERY. Friends may call at the Hendricks Funeral Home Wednesday evening. KALVIN G. FORMHALS SMITHFIELD - Kalvan G. Formhals, 98, near Smithfield, died Monday at 1:32 p.m. at the Avon Nursing Home, He was born Oct. 21, 1874, in Ottawa and married the former Thedie Markley Aug. 15, 1901, at Macomb. She died in 1959. He resided in Fulton County for 90 years where he farmed and was a member of the Estella Chapel, Checkrow. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Elva Reed, Avon, and Mrs.. Eula Paschke, Berwin; 'two sons, Glenn, St. Augustine, and Clark, Havana; 22 grandchildren, and 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell. Burial will be at Wiley Cemetery. Friends may pall Wednesday after 2 p.m. and family visitation will be Wednesday from 6-7:30 p.m. the Galesburg Downtown Council. Eventually Ferris Street will be 1-way going west and Simmons 1-way going east. This route will become 111. 150. Also approved was-an ordinance annexing property on West Main Street for Fesler Oldsmobile, Pontiac and Cadillac. This was the same area in question under the resolution vetoed by the mayor. This allows the Feslers to begin building of the dealership this construction season. The city utility tax will be eliminated by April 1, 1974 because of another ordinance, passed unanimously by the council. Earlier this year, in pre-annexation agreements with Midwest Manufacturing Co. and Alton Box Board Co., the city promised the utility tax would be dropped. SEVERAL appointments to city boards and commissions were made. Howard Froelich, 09? Franklin Ave., will serve on the Electrical Licensing Board. Wilbur Peck, 570 Marmac Drive, Ted Mansager, 1143 N. Seminary St., and Robert Mears, 1051 N. Academy St. were reappointed to serve on the City Plan Commission. Aid. W. C. Jackson, Fourth Ward, who has been instrumental in preventing the council from taking action against unsafe buildings, moved that action be taken against owner of a building at 792 Abingdon St. Jackson at various times in the past has asked that owners of such property be given a time extension to make repairs. The council also: — Re-a warded a water meter contract to Badger Meter Manufacturing Co. for one more year. — Passed a resoltuion for construtcion work on various city streets with motor fuel tax funds. A total of $95,000 will be spent to resurface •streets with oil, and chip surface and curb and gutter. — Approved a preliminary and final plat of Krupps third addition to be constructed in the Bandy Avenue and Edwards Avenue area. — Approved a preliminary and final plat of Aloha Acres Subdivision, also to be located in the Bandy Avenue and Edwards Avenue areas. — Received an audit report on land owned by the Chamber of Commerce Realtv Corp. A net income of $4,807 was reported. READ THE WANT ADS! Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Joyce M. Biddle and Donald R. Geater, both of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mrs. Lorraine Anne (Zuck) Farrcll. 60 S. Pleasant Ave, and Edward Eugene Stcagall, 174 N. Chambers St. Miss Sheila J. Melvin, Bushnell, and Bradley Earnest Blunier, Maquon. McDONOUGH COUNTY Marriage licenses have been issued in the county clerk's of jfico to Larry D. McAvoy, Industry, and Sheri Elaine Icenogle. Macomb; Thomas T. Wil son of near Avon and Kathy J Hitz, Avon, and to Thomas H. Turner, 556 E. Knox St., Galesburg, and Cynthia J. Raymond, [595 N. Jackson St., Bushnell. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Pam S. Crandall against Donald F. Crandall Jr., George Anderson [against Sandra K. Anderson, Julia McGahey against Richard McGahey. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Bledsoe Jr., 1251 Day St., a boy Monday at 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Olson, J2678 Lincoln Park Dr., a boy Monday at 10:07 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Bailey, Galva, a boy Monday at 11:27 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Howard, 445 E. First St., a girl today at 3:40 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald II. Miller, Abingdon, a boy today at 14:15 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Deon O. Kaiser, Altona, a boy today at 8:03 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Shelly, 145 Duffield Ave., a girl lo[day at 9:36 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen Walters, London Mills, a boy Monday at 8:02 p.m. Mrs. Debbie Caldwell, 975 E. [Knox St., a girl Monday at 9:19 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Venmig Ho, Arlington Heights, are the parents of a son barn Saturday afternoon. Maternal grandparent are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seil- |er, Oneida. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vermiglio, Chicago. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to 761 E. Brooks St. Monday at 8:11 p.m. where a fire ignited in a workshop in a garage. Loss was termed moderate. Cause of the blaze is under investigation, firemen said. Firefighters extinguished a blaze in a car owned by Gary Early, Monday at 10:09 p.m. at the corner of Prairie and Simmons streets. Loss was small. Firemen rushed to Alton Box Board Co. on Linwood Road Monday at 4:12 p.m. when an automatic alarm activated while repairmen were working on it. There was no fire. Charges of possession of marijuana against 17-year-old Ann M. Pritchard, 1141 Beecher Ave., were dismissed last week in circuit court after the judge granted a defense motion to suppress evidence. The girl was arrested May 25 at her residence by Galesburg police who found a quantity of marijuana in the basement of the home. A number of Galesburg youths were present at the time and Miss Pritchard was in another part of the house. She claimed she was unaware the marijuana was there. The motion to suppress claimed Galesburg police officers made a search of the premises without a warrant, and without "probable cause to believe a crime had been committed." Traffic Court Waller L. Pitts, 54, Knoxville, paid $200 Monday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit for driving while under the influence of liquor. Fined for speeding were Lewis E. Bloomgren, 19, Wataga, $19; Richard V. Palmer, 21, 490 N. Cherry St., $16; Dennis Wenninger, 26, East Moline, $11, and Carolyn J. Crandall, 26; 1722 Harrison St., $14. Fined $10 for speeding were Lawrence R. Lucas, 21, 159 Pennsylvania Ave.; Harold R. |Goff, 30, Abingdon, and Elizabat- ibeth A. Harshbarger, 39, near Galesburg. Daryl E. Cox, 17, 1443 Monroe St., paid $20 for having no valid drivers license for curfew purposes. Failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident resulted in $10 fines for EWoraco Allen, 48, 111 E. Fifth St, and Dorothy D. Olander, 26. Bishop Hill. Ronald Nelson, 26, 610 Peck St.. paid $10 each for having no valid safety sticker and a registration violation. Others fined $10 Monday were Robert E. Gray, 24, Monmouth, failing to yield the right of way; Martin S. Linn, 16, 1715 N. Kellogg St., stop sign violation; Marvin L. Biklerback, 39, 1463 E. Main St., disobeying a railroad signal, and Deno Vallas, 50, Williamsfield, violation of his license classification. MONMOUTH - Robert E. Boyd, 45, 405 S. Seventh St., was fiirocd $50 in Warren County Circuit Count Monday on a dis -J orderly conduct charge placed against him June 23. I The charge was placed as the result of a fight ait the Brass Rail Tavern. McDONOUGH COUNTY Kerry D. Ebbert, 25, 862 Sperry St., Bushnell, posted a $150 cash bond for a July 11 court MONMOUTH—Fined in Warren Ocuwly Traiflfic Court Monday on sipeodinig charges were Roger-E. FeW'tvon, 56. Moline. Si 5; Gary M. Sabcn, 18, Sfcrong- hursit. $10: S'opiVn T. Thomas. II), Snw'hsih'Ve. $10, and Thomas L. Trout. 32, Garneron. $10. O'hor fines of $10 were levied against Lewis S. Peoples, 19, 1111 S. Seventh St., excessive noise; Gary M. Sa'ben, 18, Stroiighiirslt, Dailure to report an accident; Stephen T. Thomas, 19, Smiithshirc. unsafe tires: FVianMdn D. Wail, 32, 375 W. Fourth St., GatetRi-rg, failure aopcarancc to answer charges |to yield right of way, and Tim- of criminal damage to property " - — • — - — and criminal trespass to a vehicle. An information stated that on March 5 of this year, Ebbert, without consent of the owner, Dr. G. W. Theobald of neer Bushnell, entered a tractor and damaged the motor. Damages reportedly exceeded $500. Billy Joe Gillette, 280 E. Grid ley St., Bushnell, who is free on a $100 cash bond, pleaded not guilty July 2 in Circuit Court to a charge of assault against Beverly Osborn. A bench trial is set for July 23 at 2 p.m. The assault allegedly took place June 10. READ THE WANT ADS! Traffic Accidents Donald A. Whitted, 20, 374 Kenwick Dr., was cited by Galesburg police with failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his car hit the back of a camper trailer towed by a car driven by Robert L. Higgins, 51, 877 W. Loscy St. The mishap occurred Monday shortly after 7 a.m. at the intersection of Main Street and Aliens Avenue. No tickets were issued after a mishap Monday at 9:52 a.m. in the 300 block of East Simmons Street. Police said a semi driven by Greg E. Allen, 24 Milan, backed into a car operated by Mary E. Barton, 25, 125 N. Seminarv St. A car driven bv Clem W. Campbell, 38, 523 W. Tompkins St., struck a pickup truck owned by C. W. Johnson, 284 W. Tompkins St., Monday shortly before midnight. The truck was narked near Johnson's home. There were no charges. MONMOUTH - Franklin D. Wall, 32, 373 W. Fourth St., Galesburg, was charged Monday at 12:20 p.m. with failure to yield right of way. Wall was driving his truck north on U.S. 67 about one mile north of Monmouth and reportedly started to make a left turn into the path of a southbound car driven by Charles A. Michael. Wall swerved his car back into his traffic lane but Michael lost control of his auto when he braked to avoid the ac cident. The Michael car went off the roadway into a ditch.. Cars driven by Brent C. Armstrong, 19, Monmouth, and V. Pearl Price, 60, Galesburg, collided Monday at 3:20 p.m. on U.S. 34 just west of the Knox- Warren county line. Armstrong was reportedly overtaking the Price auto when Price apparently started to pass ja car ahead of his and drove ;into the side of the Armstrong icar. a'hy L. Biird, 17, 809 W. Bread- way, defective brakes. McDONOUGH COUNTY - Fjres were paid last week in Traffic Division of Circuit Court by John G. Banks, 16, Prairie City, $10, careless driving; Raymond E. Shannon, 24, of near Marietta, $150, driving while under the influence of liquor, and Curtis R. Borders, 19, 251 Charics St., Bushnell, $10 for improper passing. Speeding fines were paid by Daniel E. Holland, 57, 846 N. Crafford St., Bushnell, and A'ma L. Scrven, 28, of near Prairie City, both $10. Jim Curtis Sipes of near Adair was fined $15 for disorderly conduct. A charge of transporting or possessing liquor was dismissed against Randal G. Mendenhall, 20, Colchester, because the complaining witness, Charles Ogle, a Bushnell policeman, is de- censed. Mendenhall earlier pleaded not guilty to the charge. McDONOUGH COUUTY - A divorce was granted last week in Circuit Court to Janice Wright from Kenneth T. Wright, both of Blandinsville, on grounds of mental cruelty. The couple was married June 24, 1962 and had no children. Arrests MONMOUTH - Jack L. Cook, 20, 813 North C St., was charged Monday at 9 p.m. with unlawful pc>£session of cannabis. DON'T FORGET The Red Cross Blood Center READ THE WANT ADS! Please Donate THIS WEPS. and HHP OTHERS!
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