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?Gal<eslgum R^rsNf-MQll, Golesbufg;- tH. Thursday;July $, 1973 1 j; Prairie City Girl Drowns Near Bushnell PRAIRIE CITY - Tina Payne, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Payne, Prairie City, drowned Wednesday night at Lake WiWwood Haven, located southeast of Bushnell. The body was recovertd today at 3:15 a.m. George Kauzralich, Fulton County coroner, said the family was camping overnight at the lake. The young girl, who could not swim, was seen earlier in the day wearing a life jacket. When the body was recovered, authorities said, she was not wearing the preserver, The girl was last seen with an older boy from Blast Galesburg. Kauzralich said there were no signs of foul play. AnT inquest will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Corman Funeral Home, Avon.- Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell. children and 17 great-grandchildren. Funeral was today at 2 p.m. at Peterson-Wallin* Knox Fu* neral Home, Afeha, with Rev. Don Funk officiating. Burial was at New Windsor Cemetery, Pallbearers were her six sons. MISS ADA SCOTT MONMOUTH - Funeral for Miss Ada Scott, 83, of 122 S. Second St. who died Sunday, was Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Turnbuy. Funeral Home. Rev. Patrick Flaherty, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Foster, Earl Gardner, Dave Turnbull, James Toal and Robert Shunick. MRS. BERTHA GRABB ROCK ISLAND — Mrs. Bertha Grabb, 82, of Rock Island, died Tuesday at 3:50 p.m. at the Oak Glenn Nursing Home, Goal Valley. She was born Feb. 27, 1891, in Alexis, and married Arthur Anderson on June 1,.. 1907, in Viola. He died in 1936. She later married Floyd Grabb. ' Surviving are five daughters, "Mrs. Martha Gallagher, Alexis, Mrs. Marie McPhee, Charlotte, N.C., Mrs. Myrtle Robertson of California, Mrs. Ruth Slater, Viola, and Mrs. Betty Kalinhin- sky, Milan; six sons, Stanley, Carl, Max and Robert, all of Rock Island, Joy of Chicago and Richard in Nebraska, 23 grand- MISS ANNA HAMBERG MONMOUTH — Miss Anna Hamberg, 88, died Wednesday at 6:05 a.m. at Applegate Inn, Where she had been a patient three weeks. She was born Oct. 16, 1884, in Henderson County, where she was reared and educated. She worked as a seamstress at the E. B. Colwell Store and kept house for her brother, John Sandstrom of Roseville, for many years. After her brother was hospitalized, she made her home with a niece, Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Okemos, Mich., before moving to Applegate Inn. She was a member of First Lutheran Church. Surviving are two brothers, Walter Sandstrom, Monmouth, and Raymond Hamberg, Kirk wood. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. Raymond Swanson of Galesburg, will officiate. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. The family will be at the Hoover chapel today from 7:30-8:30 p.m. and friends may call Friday until the hour of the ser vice. Memorial contributions may be made to First Lutheran Church, the family said. MRS. LILLIE SCH ALLER VICTORIA — Graveside Services for Mrs. Lillie Schaller, 89, of Victoria who died Tuesday in Galesburg, were today at 10:30 a.m. at Victoria Cemetery with Rev. Raymond Bassett, pastor of Victoria United Methodist Church, officiating. Clark of Victoria, and Roy and Dwight, both of Altona; (our sisters, Miss Lillie Nelson, Mrs. Ruth Olson and Mrs. Hen* Main, all of Altona, and Mrs. Eva Carlson, Madison, Wis., and six grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at tmmanuel Lutheran Church. Altona. Friends may call this evening at the Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida Burial will be at Oneida Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church's organ fund or the seminary appeal, the. family said. James NofviUe, Armstrong, 111., Mrs. Evelyn Davis, Quiney, HI., and Mrs. Paul Lindberg, covins, Calif., and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at I'M p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will lie in Memorial Park Cemetery, Galesburg. EVERETT W. CARLBERG Funeral for Everett W. Carlberg, 79, of near Galesburg, who died Monday, was today at _ p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon. Rev. Ordell Peterson, pastor of First Lu theran Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Richard Cartberg, Charles Flint, Eugene Jofeson, Carroll Marks, Merrill McKnight and Ross Dunlevy. Burial was in Abingdon Cemetery. MISS HELEN L. STEVENSON LAURA - Miss Helen L. Stevenson, 69, of near Laura, died Tuesday at 5:25 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. She was born Jan. 5, 1904, in Elmore. She is survived by a brother, Clarence of Laura, and two sisters, Mrs. Carl (Mary) An derson and Mrs. Henry (Leona) Anderson, both of Galva. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon. Burial will be in Elmore Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. MRS. LILLIAN WALLACE Mrs. Lilian Trcsa Wallace, 79, of 259 N. Seminary St., died Tuesday ait 6:40 p.m. at Graham Hospital, Oanton. Lillian Merme was born May 23, 1894, in BurfMngton, Iowa, and lived there until 1941, when she Moved to Galesburg. She married Robert Tayilor Wallace on May 20, 1917, at Burlington, ' Surviving aire rfhreo sons, Robert of Honeyville, Utah, and James and Marion, both of Gallesfoung; a brother, Joseph Menne, Burlington, Iowa; four sisters, Mrs. E'dzabeth Wagner, Magnuson, Mrs. Whatever the Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 3424121 JAMES A. HALL GALVA — Funeral for James A. Hall, 83, of Galva who died last Saturday in Kewanee, was Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. James W. Hancock officiating. Burial was at Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Milo Goodale, Lay ton Holt, Ronald Holt, William Cochran,.. Jack Hathaway and Lawrence Swanson. Soviet Jews Reported Used lit Spy Network BEIRUT (UPI) - A Beirut newspaper said today Jordani* an authorities have found documents showing Moscow has used emigrating Soviet Jews to implant a spy network in Israel. the newspaper L'Orient-Le Jour said the documents were found aboard the wreckage of a Soviet Aeroflot TU134 airliner that crashed at Amman Airport Saturday. These documents are report ed to deal with a network of Soviet agents implanted in Israet through the channel of Jewish immigration," the newspaper said. "These agents are reported to have maintained contact with Soviet authorities by the simplest of methods—by means of the Amman-Moscow air link." The airliner, which crashed on takeoff in the Jordanian capital, was on a regular twice weekly return flight between Amman and Moscow with stops at Beirut and Yerevan in Soviet Armenia. Eight persons were killed. L'Orient-Le Jour said that after finding the documents. Jordanian authorities arrested three Soviet Jews—recent immigrants to Israel—who had been living illegally in the Jordanian port city of Aqaba for some time and subsequently handed them over to the Israelis. Driver Charged Willis Alexander Sr., 55, 494 S. Henderson ties they were traveling about 110 mph St., was charged Wednesday with reckless just before the accident, police said. He lost driving and driving witlr a revoked license control of the vehicle while trying to avoid after his car, above, Wertt out of control on another car, they said. Alexander, who was If; S. 34, west of Galesburg hear the U. S, pinned In the wreckage for a time, was treat- 34 bypass, left the pavement and careened , ed and released at St. Mary's Hospital through a row of sewer pipes along the high- emergency room. Authorities said the oar way. The mishap occurred about 8:45 a. m. skidded nearly 430 feet, scattering the heavy A passenger in Alexander's car told authori- pipes. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) Mrs. Lena Huebner,«fi of Buriinigton, t<hiree' - - grandtehildren and five great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at jl:30 p .im. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in East Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Latter Day Saints Church buMing fund, the family said. BENJAMIN NELSON ONEIDA — Benjamin Nelson, 79, of near Oneida, died Tuesday at 11:25 p.m. at Galesburg Cot taae Hospital. He was born Jan. 18, 1894, at Altona. He spent all of his life in the Altona and Oneida areas. He was a farmer and a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Altona, and was confirmed in 1908. He served on the church board for many years ami was a member of the Lutheran Church Men's Assn., Knox County Farm Bureah and the Knox County Taxpayers Assn. He married Stella Nelson at Holdrege on Feb. 26, 1919. She survives with a son, Ray B. Nelson, Oneida; a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Marjorie) Williams, Smithfield; three brothers, HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. lenjimin N«ls«*i RR, Oneida Services: 2 P.M. - FRIDAY ALTONA IMMANUEL ' LUTHERAN CHURCH. Friends may call at the Hendricks Funeral Home this evening. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Immanuel Lutheran church organ fund or the Seminary Appeal Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva - Wllllamiflfld Mrs. Cecilia Hedman Age 97 Springfield, III. Formerly of Galva Services: 1:30 P.M. - FRIDAY At the CHAPEL. Friends may call Thursday evening after 7. Burial Galva Cemetery. «-o— Mr. Albert legan Deubat Age 92 WilUaauHeld Services:,' 1:30 P.M. - SATURDAY WILLIAMSFIELD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call Friday evening after 7. Burial Williamsfield Cemetery, ALBERT L. DOUBET WILLIAMSFIELD - Albert Logan Doubet, 92, of Williamsfield, died Wednesday at 9:45 p.m. at the Knox County Nursing Home, Knoxville, where he has been a patient six years. He was born Dec. 8, 1880, in Peoria County, and was graduated from WiUiamsfield High School in 1909. He was a farmer and in 1931 was named a master farmer by Prairie Farmer magazine. He helped organize and was the first director of the Williamsfield Co-Op in 1920, and remain* ed a director until 1961. He was also a charter member of the Knox County Farm Bureau and the Knox County Oil Co. He was a member of WiUiamsfield United Methodist Church and was active in many other or ganizations. He married Delia White on Feb. 15, 1905. She died in July 1951. On Dec. 2, 1952, he married Isbella Gray in Knoxville. She died Sept. 1, 1969. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Ray (Blanche) Benjamin, WiUiamsfield, and Mrs. Elmer (Una) Peterson, Peoria; a stepson, Creighton Gray, Danville, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Saturday at WiUiamsfield United Methodist Church. Burial will be at WiUiamsfield Cemetery. Friends may call at the Johnson - Gill - Schuster Funeral Home, WiUiamsfield. ALBERT BOWEN KNOXVILLE — Graveside services for Albert Bowen, 73, of Bradenton, Fla., who died there Jan. 13 ait Manatee Memorial Hospital, will be Sunday at 3 p.m. at Knoxville Cemetery. The body was cremated. Mrs. Bowen was born in Brown County, 111., and married Thousands(Continued From Page 2) Today's Record ftry Club included fireworks, swimming meets and games for children, a 'golf tournament and an outdoor buffet. Power Outage Yesterday's early morning storm left the northwest section of Galesburg without power for about a half hour — from 4:34- E:01 a.m. The area covered from Broad Street west to the city liniits and from Losey Street north to the city limits. A spokesman at Illinois Power. Co. here said that lightning Fire Calls Gsil'eisburg firefighters today made an irahiailator run to 1257 Monroe St:, when the resident there, Boyd Hunt, suffered an attack of illness. The. rescue team was called out Shortly after 5 a.m. An automatic alirm system malfunctioned, caMing flrefighit- ers to Cottage Hospital Wednesday at 4:22 a.m. There was no fire. Firemen were called to 1451 Lindsey Lane Tuesday where Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - (Mrs. Barbara A. (iBoyor) McMillan, mouth, was treated for minor injuries at St. Mary's Hospital after a mishap Tuesday at 8:31 ,m. at the intersection of West rr .»;,.,,! r »i . ' p.m. at tnc micrsecuuji ui *>L-M. Oamcro^ and miliamJ.Mat.es, ^ Slrcd flnd thc PubUc 862 E. Borden St. Mrs. Barbara V. (Butts) Ilu- bor, 242 Lombard St., and Ronald O. Everefiit, Mobile City Tra'itar Court. Mra. Gladys A. (Smith) Wicg- mawn, Ohades City, Iowa, and Henry C. Stokes, Abingdon. Square. Police said Neal's motorcycle struck a car driven by Michael L. McGaughy, 24,. New Windsor. No tickots were issued. Jean L. Gummcrson, 40, I942 Newcomer Dr., was hurt slight- electrical wiring on an air con- Iowa; Mites Eltafoei'Jh Ann Butts, 7l5j1y Tuesday shortly after 5 p.m. MO-irtiWah Blvd., and Gregory w hcn the Gummcrson vehicle Patolck KeMer, • Befclenciorf. ' waj . involved in a collision-with diii'ioner shcHed reported. No fire was Mabelle Caine in Knoxville on ,- . , , May 29, 1923. He owned Bowen or high winds could have been Motor Sales at Beardstown for .responsible. He said that one 32 years and moved to Rraden-|major circuit'was out for about ton 10 years iago. •--- ' He was a member of Beardstown Congregational Church, Cass Masonic Lodge 23, Clark Chapter 29 of Royal Arch Masons, Rushville Commandery 56 of Knights Templar, Ansar Shrine Temple at Springfield, Brsdenton Lawn Bowling Club, and was a past president of the IIHnois Valley Shrine Club. Surviving are his widow, five grandchildren and a brother and two sisters living in California. ' Hinc FUNERAL D1MCTOM 1070 WEST FBEMONT STRICT PHONE iff earsim . uiBSTinc •AIRSUM MR. SALOMON SCHUBACH - 1092 N. Prtirlt St. Services 10 A.M. Friday at the Temple Sholom. There will be no visitation. Burial in the Brookside Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Temple Sholom. MRS. LILLIAN TRESA WALLACE — 250 N. Seminary St. Services at 1:30 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson -West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Burial in East Limvood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Latter Pay Saints Church Bldg. Fund. MR. RICHARD H. MILLER - Northglenn, Cob., formerly of Galesburg. Services at 1:30 P.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chappl. Friends may call at the Chapel Friday evening. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. ROBERT G. SHERWOOD KNOXVILLE -< Funeral for Robert Glee Sherwood, 47, of near Knoxville who died Sunday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was today at 10:30 a,m. at Grace Lutheran Church, Knoxville. Rev. Lloyd Kittlaus, pastor, officiated. ' Burial was in Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers were John William Pugan, Byron Stephenson, James Johnson, WiUard Cotton, Jack Trebbe and Walter Johnson. Honorary pallbearers were Dale Johnson, Gary Branch, DeWayne Sanburg, Carroll McCVare and Morton Hotchkiss. RICHARD H. MILLER NORTHGLENN, Colo. - Rich•rd H. Miller, S3, of Northglenn, died Tuesday in Oakland, Calif. He was born on Aug. 15, 1919, in Vermont, 111. He was a former Galesburg,. Ill, resident, and moved to Colorado eight years ago. He married Shirley Malcolm on July 21, 1943, in Industry, 111. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his widow; two sons, Larry of Pueblo, Colo., and Cecil of Northglenn; two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Susie) Roberts, Galesburg, 111., and Miss Christine Miller, Northglenn; a brother, Carl of Cameron, 111.; four sisters, Mrs. Wil- jford Kilgore, Galesburg, Mrs. ARVID K. CHASE ESCON1D1DO, Calif. — Graveside services for Arvid Keith Chase, 49, formerly of Galesburg, III., who died Saturday in Eeoondido, were today at 2 p.m. ait Escondido Cemetery. He was bom on July 4, 1923, at Maquon, 111., and was a member of the American Legion. He had lived the past 21 year* in Esoondido. He ia survived by his parents, Mr. andUMrs. Paul D. Chase, a bmdiher Robert, a sister, Mrs. Hamold (Floy) Banitz, and his girawdmnBier, Mrs. Quene Wells, all of Galesburg; two sons, Richard and Michael, and a daughter, Mra, Michael (Cindy) Schjniz, all of Bscondido, -and a mndson. Men*orj >a !8 may be made to the Albert h, L^NRque Memo Hal j^ursmt Training 1 Fund; of Vodture 14i»,:in care of Leo Ll- vanos, 1120 E. W&shingtan Ave., Apt. 6, Eacowfcdo, Calif., *the family said. SALOMON SCHUBACH Salomon Schubach, 85, of 1092 N. Prairie St., died Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Knox County Nursing Home, Knoxville. - , He'was born April 16, 1888, in Germany, and married Sophie Kahn in New York, N. Y.,= in 1948. He was a former owner of Retail Clothing. Surviving are his widow of Galesburg; a son, Fred of Galesburg, and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Temple Sholom. There will be no visitation. Burial will be at Brookside Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Temple Sholom, the family said. one hour — from 4:45-5:50 a.m. at Knoxville, Gilson, Appleton and the surrounding rural area The damage there was caused by a lightning strike, he said. Vandalism MONMOUTH— Sharon Jones, 39 Luiooftn Homes, reported to police Wednesday ait 10 a.m. that vandals had slashed the tires elf her oar sometime between Tuesday at 11 p.m. and the dime of the report. The vandalism occurred whale thc car was parked ait Lincdm Homes. Damage was estimated ait $42. Mirs.; Aice' : M Wade,.'and Leonard G. Fiedler, boi'.ih of Avon. (Mathers) a car drivcn by Jack M> I 11 " 8, • (Mamors)l " Cherry St. Police Is- fiirlhs Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rodd guez, 799 E. Main St., a girl Tuesday at 1:12 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. David L. Thomas, Gilson, a.^boy Wednesday at 11:48 a.m. . Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. R. Sloan', St. Augustine, a giri today at 10:04 a.m. Traffic Court Mildred -E. Hutchcroft, 66, Knoxville, was fined $200 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for driving while intoxicated. Ronald J. Smith, 20, 639 Ohio Ave., paid $100 for a drivers license classification violation. Dennis F. Dalton, 18, Abingdon, paid $10 for violating his license classification. , Fined Tuesday for speeding were Thomas D. Pferschy, 21,, 379 Maple Ave., $11; William M. McDonald, 42, Champaign, $12; Patricia M. Winston, 27, Chicago, $18; Leonard Blocker Jr., 31, Peoria, $12; Charles B. Gorham, 58, of near Galesburg, $13. Paying $10 speeding fines were Gerald W. Bodic, 24. 829 N. Chcrrv St.; Roper A. Sharp, 24, 131 Sclden St.; Georgia I. Puckett, 64, 385 Lawrence Ave.; Gary D. Hoffman, 20, 1103 Clark St.; Andrew C. Swanson, 24, Normal; Sherry M. Rennie, 33, of near Galesburg, and James M. Patterson, 19,1417 Grand Ave., who also paid $10 for a stop signal violation! Others fined vtlp ;for .traffic signalviblatk^ns included Benjamin E. Draeoo, 39, 785 Ivan Ave'.; Dillon. H; Terpening, 19, 184 Garfield Ave., and Phillip E Carlson, 20, 732F3. Brooks St. 26, 1707 S sued her a ticket for failing to yield the right way. She i( was not hospitalized. Thc accident j occurred at the intersection of i>«„«i c» ... - . i J m J Seminary and Fourth stceets. Pearl St., was arrested Tuesday, Km J h E VancC( ^ m at;;,10:43 p.m. for disorderly Michigan Ave., was treated and .cenduot and resisting arrest released from Cottage Hospital after he allegedly tried to 'hit a»d issued a citation for illegal turning after a mishap Wedncs- Arresls James L. Roberts, 22, 250 S. a policeman during a neighborhood altercation. day at 8:44 a.m. in thc 200 block of' South Seminary Street in MRS. CECILIA HEDMAN GALVA - Mrs. Cecilia Hed man, 97, of Springfield, former lv of Galva. died Tuesday at;Harold L. Carlson 7:10 a.m. at Springfield Memori-j Messiah Lutheran toxicatod, -$100 on a reckless driving charge, and $50 for il legal transportation of liquor. Philip W. Boram, 21, Hins date, was fined} $400 when he pleaded guilty to recktoss driv ing. Thomas Brownlee, 16, Little York, was fined $100 foe reck less driving. education in rural schools. She married Lewis Edmund Hedman in Galva on June 5, 1906. He died June 24, 1941. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Louise Henneberry, Spring field, Mrs. Florence Belden, Los Angeles, and Mrs. Bemadine Train, Lindsborg, Kan.; five grandchildren, and three great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Frirday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill Schuster Chape}, Galva, with Rev Seven other persons were ar-U|,j cn his car was hit by a taxi rested Tuesday and Wcdnesdayjdriven by Michael G. Elliott, 23, for disorderly conduct. I.1C08 Brown Ave. Rollin J. Wilkins, 48, 170 N .I uPo ) icc issued a . tic * et £, dis " c i „ , c, u ,'obeying a stop sign to ESuIme Seminary St., was charged m Rub^ St.. Wednesday shortly after 3 p.m. ( Wednesday after her e«r hit with public intoxication. He was one driven by Keith N. KoU, 19, arrested as he slept near the"""' 1 " n,u " Circuit Court Edward R. Draper, 44, Ab- ingldjon, and George R. Read, 45, 195 N. Broad Sit., were each sentenced, to three days in the county ja/il Tuesday in Knox County Circuit Court. Draper was sentenced (for impersonating a police officer and Read far Shoplifting — theft under $150. Michael Goodwin and Fred J. Horst, no ages or addresses available, were fined for disorderly conduct — Goodwin, $23 and Hanat, $10. Rottin J. Wil- kJns, 47, 170 N. Seminary St., was fined ,$10 (or public intoxication. •* v; MONMOUTH - Harold L. Baughman, 21, Kirkwood, was fined $450 Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court; $300 en a charge driving while^, ia^ w Failing "to yield the right of corner of Chambers and Mul berry streets. I Jack E. Kane, 57, 368 W. Tompkins St., was picked up on the Public Square Wednesday at 4:32 p.m. after police had earlier chased him away. He was accused of being intoxicated. Elsworth B. Lindlcy, 52, 77 E. North St., was charged with public Intoxication Wednesday about 7:15 p.m. He was taken into custody near the comer of Prairie and Main streets. A similar charge was placed j, „ , .„„-,-., m . • ageinst Roy A. Hunt, 56, PlazaiJ Cartor > 566 w - Tompkins St Hotel, Wednesday about 8 p.m. He was picked up near the corner of Prairie and Simmons Oneida. Thc mishap occurred at thc corner of Lincoln and North streets. ~ Galesburg police arc searching for the driver of a caftSWiich went out of control todajrabout 12:30 a.m. near the comer of McKnight and McClure streets, crossed a lawn, spun around and smashed two garbage cans he fore coming to rest in a ditch. The car was apparently traveling at a high rate of speed, officers said, when the driver was confronted with a T-intcrsection. A license plate check .indicated ilhe auto belonged to Lawrence streets Sandy Byrd, 72, 1027 Emery St., was booked for a breach of (he peace Tuesday at 3:58 p.m. after a domestic quarrel. Richard James John Murray, The driver had not been identified at noon today. MONMOUTH — Miss Sheila R. Shepherd, 17, Cameron, was injured in a car-motorcycle accident Tuesday at 2:49 p.m. in the 300 block of South 11th Street.•'She was taken to Com- al Hospital, where she had been a patient several days. She was born June 9, 1876, in Knox County, and received her ficiating. Burial will Cemetery. Firends may call at the funeral home today after 7 p.m. way resulted in $10 fines, for Susan J. Mooney, 18,1296 Harrison St.; Karen S. Jacobe, 21, 584 W. South' St., and Charles L. MullHaiten, 21, Monmouth, jerry L." Jones, .31, 555 S. Pearl St.; Karl J. Schneider, 20;i367ft Springer'Rd., and Gar- olyh & Clark, #f, ,Cuba, w^rej each fined $10 for failing to re * duce speed to avoid an accident Albert L. Martin Jr., 22, Monmouth, and Merril F. Taylor, 27, Berwick, were each fined $10 for muffler violations. Others fined $10 were Peggy L. KUpatrjck, 29, of near Galesburg, 1-way street violation; Frank H. Deninger, 22, Abingdon, driving too fast for conditions, and Elmer D. Price, 19, Alpha, excessive acceleration. MONMOUTH — Fines of $10 were levied Tuesday in Warren County Tralfic Court against St., Galesburg, improper lane usage, and Ronafld G. Motor, 20, Little York, excessive noise. the path of the southbound motorcycle driven by Steven M. Vandeirhyden, 23, 425 W. Sixth Ave. The motorcycle struck the side of itihe oar. Miss Shepherd was charged with making an and Main streets. Thomas Luketich, 38, North Braddock, Pa., was charged with a breach of the peace after he became upset at being turned away from the Galesburg Rescue .Mission, 266 E. 'improper stort South Si i Cars driven by Brent C. Anu— 'strong, 10, 1015 W. Broadway, MONMOUTH - Charles B.'and Mrs. Nellie Petentler, 4*4, ShaonMn, 26, of 831 S. Main) 137!) E. Knox St., Galesburg, St., was chamged Tuesday atiCoHided Wednesday at 5:59 'p.m. at the junction of U.S. 34 11 a.m. with (heft of under $150, Ttie arrest was made in connection with a theft at the Dog 'N' Suds Restaurant on June 26. Traffic Accidents Lisa Denberry, 23-month -ol4 daughter of Linda F. Denberry, 23, W E. Losey St., was treated at Cottage Hospital's emergency room and released after she was a passenger in a car driven by her mother which struck an auto operated by CHe V. Denley, 53, 1625 Brown Ave , and U.S. 67. Armstrong was driving south on U.S. 67 and Mrs. Pebentier was westbound on U.S. 34. Mrs. Pebeatleir was charged with a right of way violation. A pedestrian, Michael Barnett, 17, 514 W. Fourth Ave., received minor injuries Tuesday at 10:49 p.m. when he was sfaruck by a oar driven by Mrs. Kathryn M. Rowley, 60, Seaton. Bamett was treated at Community MeiTWMi'al Hospital and released. Mrs. Rowley was re- charged with failing to yield the;Main Street when she struck 'Barnett, who was bent over right of way. James W Neal, 18, Mon- woriting on a car.

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