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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 7, 1973
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TIT? A THQ AND FUNERALS DANIEL H. MOHLER GALVA - Daniel H. Mohler, (H, Galva, died Friday at 8:45 p.m. ait Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Me was born Feb. 21, 1892, at Maxville, Ohio, and married Marinda Rush at New Lexing ton, Ohio, on March 1, 1917. He was a farmer and taught srhool for 12 years in Ohio before coming to Galva in 1936, where he was employed by the Victoria mines. He was also a Galva school custodian until he Mired in 1957. He was a member of First Baptist Church, Galva, and was a 50-year member of Galva Masonic Lodge 243, AF & AM. Surviving are his widow; four daughters, Mrs. Henry Hughs, Springfield, Mrs. Robert Siegmann, Hacienda Heights, Calif., Mrs. Stewart Anderson, Galesburg, and Mrs. Thomas Neice, Oshkosh, Wis.; a son, Herbert Alton, Killeen, Tex.; 14 grand children; 13 great-grandchildren; a brother, Elmer of Geneseo, and a sister, Mrs. G. C Nutter, Lancaster, Ohio. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev, Kenneth Starns officiating. Burial will be at Evergreen Memory Gardens near Kewanee Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday after 7 p.m. Masonic Rights will be conducted at 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church, the family said. BENJAMIN NELSON ONEIDA — Funeral for Ben jamin Nelson, 79, of near Oneida who died Tuesday, was Friday at 2 p.m. at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Altona, with Rev! Ordell Peterson, pastor of Galesburg's First Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial was in Oneida Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harley Olson, Gary Main, Charles Nelson, Dennis Nelson, Larry Johnson and Gene McKie. RALPH C. LARSON ALEDO — Ralph C. Larson, 74, of near Aledo, died Friday at 9:08 a.m. at Mercer County - Hospital, Aledo. He was born May, 20, 1899, in Andover, where he was educated. He mraried Ella Peterson on July 22, 1922, in Cambridge, and worked the past 18 years for the Nesbitt Processing Plant as a meat cutter. He /was a member of Andover Lutheran Church. Surviving are his widow; three sons, Ben of Aledo and Richard and Darrell, both of Viola; a daughter, Mrs. Andy (Drusilla) Cooper, Sherrard; two brothers, Chester of Galesburg and Wal- MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Herman Godfred Swanson RR4, Galesburg Funeral Services: 2:30 P.M. - TUESDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call Monday evening at the funeral home. Interment East Linwood Cemetery. Memorials to the First United Presbyterian Church, Galesburg. —o— Albert Bowen Bradenton, Florida Formerly of Galesburg Graveside Services: 3 P.M. - SUNDAY At KNOXVILLE CEMETERY. ter of Kewanee; seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Reiser Chapel, Aledo, with Rev. Karl Nelson of* ficiating. Burial will be in Andover Lutheran Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Mercer County Hospital coronary unit, the family said. BRENDA ANN SMITH ROSEVILLE - Funeral for Brenda Ann Smith, 3, of near Roseville, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Roseville Christian Church. Rev. Robert Bryan officiated. Burial was in Asbury Cemetery. MISS ELLEN MOORE MONMOUTH - Funeral for Miss Ellen Moore, 67, a resident of Applegate Inn who died Tuesday, was Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. Ellis Beeman, pastor of First Christian Church, officiated. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were B. I. Goranson, Kenneth and Robert Moore, Dale Sloss, Harry Becker, and William Vestal. RICHARD H. MILLER Funeral for Richard H. Miller, 53, formerly of Galesburg who died Tuesday at Oakland, Calif., was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinciv liff-Pearson-West Chapel, with Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating. BuriaH was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dwight Emstrom, Fred Hall, Ernie Wedell and Bud Herrington. MRS. M. L. MARTINEZ Mrs. M. Luellen Martinez, 31, of 1719 W. Main St., died Friday at 1:30 p.m. at her home. The former M. Luellen Burington was born July 16, 1941, in Galesburg, and was graduated from Abingdon High School and Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa. She had been employed for seven years as a teacher at Yates City. She was a member of Abingdon United Church of Christ. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burington, Abingdon; a brother, Philip, Organ, N.M., and a nephew, Chris Burington, Galesburg. Private family services will be Monday at 3. p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, where friends may call Sunday evening. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. MRS. NANNIE W. VEDELL KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Nannie W. Vedell, 101, of Knoxville, died Saturday at 1 a.m. at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. The former Nannie Sandstrom was born July 25,1871, and married John Vedell on June 24, 1896. She was a member of First Lutheran Church, Galesburg, and operated Vedell Dairy Farm in Knoxville for many years. Johnson - Gill • Schuster Chapel Galva •• Williamsfield Mr. Daniel H. Mohler Services: 1:30 P.M. - MONDAY At the CHAPEL. Friends may call Sunday evening after 7:00 P.M. Masonic Rites at 8 P.M. Burial Evergreen Memory Gardens. Memorials to the 1st Baptist Church, Galva. HinchlifP i fUNERM DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET WONE 343-2101 6ALESBUM MR. JACK R. MILLER — 1688 Indiana Dr. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Corpus Christi Church. Friends may call Sunday evening at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel where Rosary will be recited at 8 P.M. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —o— MRS. LEROY C. SMITH - 1105 Dayton Dr. Services 1:30 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening at the chapel. Burial at East Linwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the New Tribes Mission or the Bethel Baptist Church. MRS. M. LUELLEN MARTINEZ - 1719 W. Main St. Private family services 3 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening at the chapel. Burial in the Abingdon Cemetery, Abingdon, 111. MRS. NANNIE W. VERDELL — 505 Holcomb St., Knoxville, 111. Services to be arranged. LS Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesbufg, Saturday, July 1, 1973 11 Surviving are a son, Torgney (Tug) of Orange, Calif.; daughter, Mrs. Ralph (Astrid) Albro, Sun City Center, Fla.; seven grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren, and eight great- great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1941 and a son, Thurston (Turk), in 1972. Services are pending at Hinch liff-Pearson-West Chapel. HERMAN G. SWANSON Herman Godfred Swanson, 70, of near Galesburg, died Friday at 10 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. He was born Nov. 9, 1902, in Galesburg, and married Frances C. Moser here Oct. 10, 1931. He owned Galesburg Auto Painting Shop for 18 years, and was a truck driver for 18 years. He also worked for the Knoxville Sale Barn, retiring on Jan. 1, 1972. Surviving are his widow; a brother, Bernard Theodore of Galesburg, and two sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Florence) M. Walker, Maquon, and Mrs. Raymond (Eda) Freed, Galesburg. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be in East Linwood Cemetery. Visitation will be Mondav evening at the fnueral home. Memorials may be made to First United Presbvterian Church, the family said. Peek-A-Boo Pinup Girl Dead at 51 BURLINGTON, VT. (UPI) Actress Veronica Lake who rose to stardom during World War II died at 4:15 a.m. today of acute hepatitis at the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont where she had been hospitalized since June 26. She was 51. The death was confirmed in New York by William Roos, her former publicity agent and a close friend. Veronica, the cool blonde with: the peek-a-boo hair was the pinup girl in GI dugouts from the Rhine to Guadalcanal before she faded to life as a waitress and factory girl. Conductor Otto Klemperer Dies ZURICH (UPI) - Dr. Otto Klemperer, world famous conductor and composer, died in his sleep at his home in Zurich today at the age of 88. Klemperer, the last living link with the great composers of the 19th and . early 20th centuries, retired in January 1972 and since then rarely left his home in Zurich. A huge man of six feet four inches, Klemperer ranked with other great conductors of his time. His interpretation of Beethoven's nine symphonies arc considered to be among the best ever recorded. Bettendorf Crash Claims S Teens BETTENDORF, Iowa (UPI) — Three young eastern Iowa men were killed early today in a one-car crash here. Authorities said Michael Es sig, 18, Bettendorf, and Randy Winslow, 19, LeClaire, were killed in the crash, while John Mayer, 18, Bettendorf, died later at a Davenport hospital. Scott County Authorities said Essig apparently lost control of the car as it was rounding a curve. They said the auto bounced off a bridge and slammed into a utility pole, "Never mind the introduction ... I already hivt a name for him!'* HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mrs. Verna E. Jaquet, Galva Walter E. Voorhees, 895 W. Main St. Mrs. Patty Lou Ericson, Altona Mrs. Clara E. Channel, Knoxville Mrs. Grace F. Worland, 248 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Dianna M. Lauritsen, 65 Locust St. Henry Boston, 667 Indiana Ave. Jennifer L. Lowe, Galesburg Cassandra J. Duckworth, 1089 Grand Ave. Mrs. Roxie J. Moore, Monmouth Mrs. R. Maxine Fetters, Woodhull Miss Wanda K. Gipson, Monmouth (Mrs. Marian A. Huffman, 201 Blaine Ave. Mrs. Marie M. Spiegel, Galva [Daniel H. Mohler, Galva Mrs. Ruth M. Plunkett, Alpha DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Toyica L. Toops, Monmouth [Karolyn F. Gulson, 1035 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Addie E. Aladits, 1300 Morton Ave. (Mrs. Betty J. Hurst, Victoria Mrs. Sandra K. Purchase, 556 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Zoe L. Billings, Abingdon Clyde R. Landon, 316 N. Broad St. Mrs. Sheron Weaver, 116 Cedar St. Mrs. Sandra L. Winchester, 301 E. Huston St. I Anthony M. Ciaccio, Peoria Merle L. Lewis, Abingdon Terry Ray Simpson, London Mills (Mrs. Velma R. Shipp, Gerlaw Mrs. Shirley M. Yesitis, 159 Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Betty J. Olson, 2678 Lincoln Park Dr. Mrs. Helen M. Campbell, 368 S. Pearl St. (Mrs. Selma E. Mendel, Galva Mrs. Shirley I. McCormick, Rio Mrs. Yvette S. Howard, 445 E. First St. Rhonda J. Dredge, Gilson Mrs. Grace O. Maher, Woodhull Corliss J. Oliver, 732 Bateman St. Mrs. Billie J. Bailey, Galva Mrs. Margaret J. Walton, Monmouth Wallace Begins Singing Career MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) — Leaving politics to his father, George Wallace Jr. launched a singing career Friday by signing a one-year recording contract with MGM Records. The mustachioed, 21-year-old son of Gov. George Wallace premiered his love ballad, "Why Don't They Understand," as his father applauded. "This is a happy day for me and a happy day for my son," Wallace said. George first sang an original song, "Pappa Was Governor Until Mama Moved In," when his father turned over his office to his wife Lurleen. THE MAILBOX (Continued From Page 4) was the only person that ever faced rudeness in a store. I may be the only person that would puiWMy write about encountering rudeness, but my reason for doing this is to awak en all people. We the people are the ones keeping these stores open, now when I say we the people, I mean black, blue, brown, white, green, red, yellow, tan, etc., and courtesy from owners and salesclerks is all that we 'ihe people should I encounter the majority of the time. I doubt that this article will be printed, but if it is it should be titled "Racism Against La Dora L. Thierry by the Editor of the Galesburg Register-Mail," [since he seems to be trying to label me as being something that I aim not.— La Dora L. Thierry, Galesburg. Shot, Killed CHICAGO (UPI) -Peter Pope, 50, a maintenance man at Northwestern University, was shot and killed Friday in a parking lot across the street from his suburban Evanston apartment. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: (Mrs: Madge Bright, Knoxville Stanley Campbell,, 1444 S. Henderson St. Gary W. Cook, 578 Lombard St. Raymond L. Denisar, Abingdon Mrs. Vera R. Henry, London Mills Lonnie N. Ressler, 81 Hawkinson Ave. Steven J. Stanley, Victoria Andrew C. Shoemaker, 868 Avenue B Joe S. Winter, 800 Michigan Ave. James E. Wilson, 873 W. Main St. DISMISSALS FRIDAY: i \t ; ss Stacy Ashley, Abingdon Lester D. Pratt, Williamsfield Deloss O. Thurman, Abingdon Miss Aleta Stotler, Abingdon Mrs. Florence F. Burton, Knoxville Mrs. Mamie Crites, Knoxville Mrs. Linda B. Bolnow, Knoxville Stanley M Howerton, 1470 Grand Ave. M. Neil Spencer, 1368 N. Kellogg St. Trent D. Tucker, Abingdon Jeramie T. Main, 517 N, Cedar St. Mrs. Mary A. Allen, Monmouth Terry P. Hannam, Galva William R. Brackett, 3558 S. Henderson St. Robert L. Boughton, Keithsburg Mrs. Debbie Caldwell, 975 E. Knox St. Mrs. Mary R. McNeil, Elmwood George McGuire, 2120 E. North St. Russell E. DeJaynes, Abingdon Mrs. Betty J. Johnson, Abingdon 1 Jungle Search Is Under Way For Guerrillas SALISBURY (UP I) - Big game hunters and African trackers joined Rhodesian troops today hunting a band of guerrillas who kidnaped 292 students and staff members from a remote Catholic mission school, a government spokesman said. Most of the hostages escaped in the confusion Friday when the guerrillas fought running gun battles with troops in the heavy jungle near the Mozambique border, but 46 students and 32 female adults were still believed being held captive by the abductors today, the spokesman said. He said the 17 guerrillas, who invaded St. Albert's Mission Thursday night, used the students—mast of them teenagers—as shields in the clashes. The mission is operated by West German Jesuits in the rugged bush country 120 miles northwest of Salisbury. The government spokesman said the guerrillas were fleeing today toward the Mozambique border about 40 miles north of the combination school and hospital, which serves Africans- living in the thinly populated area. In the clashes Friday, he said troops killed one of the guerrillas, but that further details were difficult to obtain because of poor communications in the -region. The spokesman said, howe- Traffic Accidents Opel Snyder, 64, 862 Frank St., and Rita S. House, 43, Seminole, Fla., were treated Friday at Cottage Hospital for injuries from a traffic accident. They were passengers in a car operated by Frank L. Snyder, 40, 1443 N. Cherry St., which was involved in a mishap about 10:36 p .m. Police said the Snyder vehicle was hit by one operated by Frank T. Moore, 36, 511 E. North St., at the corner of Henderson and Frank streets. Jack Snyder was cited for failing to yield the right of way. Police investigated a 3-car mishap Friday at 5:56 p.m. in the 400 block of East Fremont Street. A car driven by Knox County Clerk Yvonne B. O'Brien, 47, 1238 N. Prairie St., was hit in the back by one driven by William J. Sharp, 34, Knoxville, which police said had been hit by an auto driven by Charles F. Hincs, 17, 2642 Lincoln Park Dr. Both the O'Brien vehicle and Sharp 's car were stopped, police' said and the Hines car pushed Sharp's car forward. Hines was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Thomas J. Davis, 85, 266 N. Henderson St., was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his car was involved in a collision Friday at 9:37 a.m. with one driven by Oswald 01- sen, 71, 1674 E. Main St. The mishap occurred in the 100 block of South Prairie Street. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to Norma L. Byerly, 56, 1702 Bateman St., after her car was hit Friday at 11:22 p.m. by one driven ,by William D. Gavin, 17, Monmouth. The mishap occurred at the west entrance to Galesburg State Research Hospital on Walsh Avenue. Ketty A. Kelly, 43, Peoria, was charged with failing to yield the right of way after her car hit one driven by Alice M. Freeman, 1533 Haynor St., Friday at 2:22 p.m. at the intersection of Seminary and South 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 Keith E. Blighton, no age or address available, was fined $100 Frtidiay in Knox County Circuit Court for carrying a pistol in a motor vehicle. Charles L. Leadbettcr, no age ior address listed, paid $25 for battery. Fined $20 for disorderly conduct were John P. Fox, 44, MorrAstown, Tenn., and Samuel Doggan, 34, 670 S. Kellogg St. Jack Kane, 57 , 358 W. Tompkins St., paid $15, and D. V. [Thompson, 44, Truman, Ark., $10 for disorderly conduct. Jack D. McDonough, 39, 178 Phillips St., was fined $75 Friday after he was convicted by Knox County jury of selling liquor to a minar. HENDERSON COUNTY- Kenneth Barton, 51, Galesburg, jwas fined $25 this week in Circuit Court for catching undersized ; catfish. William Eugene Wensel, 60, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Traffic Court A 16 - year - old KnokvJlle youth was sentenced to Se^en days in the custody of the^tnox County juvenile officer when he appeared Friday in Traffic ( Court Division of Circuit Court. He was charged with driving without a drivers license. Harley R. McGarry, 20, 1151 |E. Main St., paid $20 for driving with an expired license ,and $10 for a registration violation. Marvin E. Turl, 34, Peoria, and Eugene F. Nenne, 34, Toluca, were each fined $20 for speeding. Fined $15 for speeding Hvere Charles A. Vine, 45, Los 'Altos, and Douglas R. Malley,; 31, Sarasotta, Fla. Fined $10 for specding",wcrc Harold D. Shoup, 439 Day; St.; David L. I/inc, 20. of near Galesburg; Richard J. Klossing, 28, 67 W. Mary St.; RonaJd M. Barry, 28, Monmouth, and'Rod­ ney Murray, 20, 1461 Lihdsey .anc. Richard J. Sohachel, 20," 464 N. Seminary St., and his; broth- jer, Ricky G. Schachel, a)&>, 20, of near Galesburg, were each fined $10 for speeding. Gary R. Johnson, 20, Dahinda, and William B. Fitch, 16. Wajcr- villc, Maine, were each 1 'fined $15. for stop signal violations. William J. Butler, 20, Peoria, paid $15 for disobeying railroad signaL Jerry W. Otto, 23, Rurlihgton, paid $10 each for a muffler violation and a violation of his, license classification. Gary B. Wesscls, 27, IBM)! W. Main St., and Nancy L. MoVss, 24, Abingdon, were each fined $10 for stop signal violations. Fined $10 for illegally riding motorcycles were Joseph' M. B'cckenridgc, 17, Yates' City, and Timothy Clewell, 17^feast Galesburg. Violations of speed restrictions resulted in $10 fines for Margo A. Billups, 20,'548 E. Brooks St., and Duanc B.'McGriff, 19, Tucson, Ariz. Others fined $10 Friday were Lawrence E. Smith, 20, Oneida, I improper passing; Raymond M. streets. MONMOUTH - Kenneth Har- paid $10 for a conservation lawl Mi p cr ; i 9 ; 736 N . .Kellogg St., I violation - illegal fishing. idling to reduce speed let avoid ['hit a parked auto. Harmon reportedly backed his car from a private drive and struck the parked car of David Adkisson, 25, Avon. The Adkisson auto was parked on the shoulder of U.S. 67 just north of the 111% 116 junction. Arrests Clcll LeRoy Stufflebeem, 34, 1720 E. Main St., was arrested Friday at 10:50 p.m. by Galesburg police who said they found him snoozing in a lawn about three blocks from his home. He was charged with public intoxication. Lawrence D. Garman, Jr., 18, 210 Aliens Ave. was taken into custody Friday at 9:20 p.m. near the corner of Seminary and Simmons streets as an AWOL from the military service. MONMOUTH - William R. Cooper, 38, 524 W. Clinton Ave., was charged today at 1:35 a.m. with disorderly conduct. He allegedly caused a disturbance at the home of Earl J. Cunningham. Larry E. Miller, 24, Macomb, (was charged Friday at 12:19 p.m. with reckless driving. 50, Burlington, and Michael K Nelson, 25, Burlington. Unapproved fire extinguishers in boats resulted in $10 fines for Michael Boyle, 29, Burlington, and Kenneth Eugene Smith, 47, Burlington. Boat registration violations resulted in $10 fines for Jerry A. Eades, 58, Abingdon; Raymond W. Rule, 51, Monmouth, and Robert Kreul, 26, Kirkwood. Births Bom at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Dadimar Laur- itisen, 65 Locust St., a boy Friday at 3:46 p.m. Fire Calls Firefighters from Central Fire Station were called to the 700 block of South Seminary Street today at 6:44 a.m. where a car owned by Gerald Bodie, 301 Huston St., was burning. The vehicle was destroyed. Firemen blamed a malfunction in the electrical system. Light loss was reported Friday to a car owned by Don White after a short in the vehicle's wiring ignited a blaze near the corner of Henderson Street and Monmouth Boulevard. Firefighters were called at 3:56 p.m. Firemen investigated a report of a gas odor Friday at 149 Pine St., the home of George jShirck Jr., Knox County Treasurer. Firemen were called at 1:33 p.m. There was no fire. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Marilyn A. Henshilwood against Robert he doubted that the L. Henshilwood, John M. Hora-iburglars who broke into a Africans would be able to reach ,ney against Mary Lou Horaney the border in a group with their :and Rebecca Sue Sloan against everything untouched hostages now that troops,;John Mac Sloan, trackers and hunters were on the ground. READ THE WANT ADS! Fined $10 for having unapproved life saving devices in apiuuvcu uiu ooviiig ut\n.t.i in mon, 31, Burlington, Iowa, was bo ats werc William E. Kelt, 47, charged Friday at 9:45 a.m. Knoxville; Dale J. Deford, 31, after the car he was driving Monmouth; John Rolf Flodin, Carol Channing Wearing Cast CHICAGO ( (UPI) - Carol Channing has an extra adornment to go with her fancy (costumes in the musical "Lorelei" —a plaster cast from the elfrow to the wrist of her right hand. Miss Channing got too close to a stage fight scene between her two boyfriends in the play Wednesday night. She stumbled, fell on her right wrist and broke it. Dr. Ted Fox, physician for the Chicago Bears, said she will have to wear the cast for a week. Bargain Hunters Smashed Shop LONDON (UPI) - The owners of a dress shop in north London will think twice before offering another close-out sale. When they opened their store with blouses offered at 5 cents and slacks at $1.25, hundreds of women tried to crowd into the store. In desperation, owners Michael Wimborne and his father locked the doors to halt the flow. But the women shoppers smashed the shop's three plate glass windows to get back inside. an accident; Mark E. Dunn, 18, Knoxville, excessive acceleration; Glenn F. Johnson; 62, 273 Cottage Ave., failing to;yield the right of way, and Gary L. Lamb, 25, driving too fast for conditions. , J J" i- HENDERSON CO UN T Y - ' David J. Saylor, 24, New Castle, Pa., forfeited a $25 bond this week in circuit court wljen he failed to appear on a traffic charge — improper lane usage. Fined this week for speeding [were Christi M. Francis,, 17, Lomax, $17; Larry W. Bundy, 31, Oquawka, $17; Robert E. Todd, 29, Prairie City, $1.1,'.'and Claude K. BrownfieW, 53 v Lockport, $10. Dennis E. McBridc, 22, Media, failed to appear on a speeding charge. He. had posted his drivers license as bond. Frank H. Shramm, 73, Burlington, paid $20 for driving,with an expired license. Others fined $10 wero Wayne S. Shmilz, 18, Stronghurs't, failing to signal when required; Alma Keith, 53, Gladstone,"failing to yield the right of way, and Betty K. Melvin, 52,'Monmouth, lane violation. MONMOUTH - Jerry": E. Printer, 34, 215 N. 10th St,, was fined $79.20 Friday in Warren County Traffic Court on ah.over­ weight charge. Fined for speeding were, Miss Nancy L. Peregoy, 17, 1023 Cramer Court, $17; Mark'- T. Patterson, 16, Alexis, $15;.,Mrs, Gladys M. Anthony, 52, Princeton, $11, and Theodore W, Harrison, 23, Hock Island, $10.'" Also fined $10 each were Donald E. Johnston, 22, Cambridge, no valid safety test; Dtirhin L. Hinshaw, 50, Oquawka, disobeying a traffic signal, and Jack 11. Wolf, 22, Kirkwood, no valid identification. Alarm Stolen ROTHWELL, England (UPI) — Police are looking for soccer clubhouse and left except They them. Marriage Licetiseg KNOX COUNTY - Miss Cindy Sue Williams and Kenneth "Eugene Bragg, both of Gil^bn.' Linda Lorene (Woodruff) Taylor and Danny Alan Taylor, both of Abingdon. Diane L. Legge, 1257 W. G«jve St., and David W. Jacobs,.:Wataga. HENDERSON COUNTY- Keith Frederick Brown, and Regina Ann Hills, both of Burlington. Gerald Joseph Hull, Wever, Iowa, and Matilda Elizabeth Kramer, Fort Madison, Iowa. Wayne Herman Be\l, and the burglar alarm. ....„ dismantled that and took it with Cheyrl Lou Bell, both o|. Bur lington.

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