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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 10, 1973
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JJHiA 1 xlo AND FUNERALS HOSPITAL NOTES Galesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, Tuesday, July 10, 197& 13 MRS. GARNET COLCLASER Mrs. Garnet Colclaser, 68, of 938 W. Main St., died Monday at noon at St. Mary's Hospital's emergency room. The former Garnet Wilkins was born April 13, 1905, at Orion, and married Jack Colclaser on Sept. 9, 1932, at Carthage. She was a former member of Oneida Methodist Church, Oneida American Legion Post Auxiliary, Oneida World War II Mothers, and was a past president of both groups. Surviving are two sonsi William Wilkins, and John Colpla- scr, both of Tampa, Fla.; four daughters, Mrs. Edwin (Frances) Sandstrom, Carrier Mills, Mrs. Betty Beacom, and Miss Bonnie Colclaser, both of Galesburg, and Mrs. Richard (Doris) Davis, Oneida; a brother, Earnest of Rock Falls, 16 grandchildren and a great-grandchiki. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m.- at Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. Burial will be in Oneida Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, the family said. L. WAYNE DAY MACOMB - L. Wayne Day, 58, of near Adair, died Monday at 10:35 a.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. He married Mary Hunt in September 1935. He had farmed in McDonough County for 50 years, including 21 years near Adair. Surviving are his widow; three 1 sons, Roger of Galesburg, Max of Janesville, Wis., and Lee at home; a daughter, Mrs. Homer Foster, Fisher; two brothers, Luther of near Macomb and Roy of Roseville, and 12 grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Olugston Funeral, Home, Macomb. Burial will be at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Toulon, and married E. Jane Patterson on Nov. 21, 1921, in Quincy. He attended Wethers- fie\d High School, Kewanee, and farmed near Elmira and Toulon. He also worked in Kewanee at Demmler's for IS years. He was a member of Elmira United Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his widow; two daughters, Miss Sandra Murchison, Aurora, and Mrs. Carl (Marcine) Lehman, Toulon; three brothers, Edwin of Kewanee, Robert Burns, Cambridge, and William Burns, Kewanee, and four grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon. Burial will be in Toulon Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Elmira United Presbyterian Church, the family said. MORGAN A. DEVLIN NORTH HENDERSON - Funeral for Morgan A. (Gale) Devlin, 55, of Nortth Henderson who died Monday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, will be Wednesday at North Henderson United Methodist Church, with Rev. Al Hilding officiating. Among his survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Ron (Diana) Brown, and a sister, Mrs. Lyle (Leatha) Tyrre\l, both of North Henderson. DAVID L. MURCHISON TOULON - David L. Murchison, 73, Toulon, died today at 5:50 a.m. at Kewanee Public Hospital. He was born May 31, 1900, in HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Mrs. Garnet Colclaser 938 W. Main, Galesburg Services: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME, ONEIDA. Where friends may call Wednesday evening. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. . Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. MRS. HILMA NORLING CHICAGO - Mrs. Hilma Norling, 89, Chicago, formerly of Galva, died Saturday at Norwood Park Nursing Home, Chicago. The former Hilma Mellin was born Feb. 21, 1884, in Chicago, and married Roy Norling on Aug. 5, 1912. She was employed in a millinery shop in Galva. Surviving are nieces including, Mrs. Raimason (June) Smith, Galva. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Olson Funeral Home, Chicago. Graveside services will be in the Galva Cemetery Wednesday at 2 p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Starns officiating. Mr. Ralph Wm. Cratty Washington, D.C. Funeral Services: 10 A.M. - FRIDAY ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Thursday afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 342-1913 RALPH W. CRATTY Funeral for Ralph W. Cratty, 75, formerly of Galesburg who died Sunday at the U;S. Soldiers Home, Washington, D.C, will be Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. Cratty was born March 7, 1898, in Galesburg. He joined the Army Sept. 18, 1923. He retired as a staff sargent July 31, 1950. He lived at the soldier's home the past three years. He is survived by two brothers, Edward T., Cleveland, Ohio, and Clair J., Galesburg, and two sisters, Mrs. Genevieve Lowman and Mrs. Harriet Paden, both of Galesburg. JAMES E. FUSSELL B1GGSVILLE - Graveside services for James E. F USM U, S3, of Peoria who died July 3, were last Thursday at 10 a.m. at Oquaiwka Cemetery, with Rev. R. P. Listen officiating. He was born Oct. 14, 1919, at Ransom, and married Lois Saben in 1942 z\ Champaign. He served in rthe U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, and was a professor of law at Bradley University. He is survived by bis widow; a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Beam, Peoria; a brother, Curtis of Milan, and a grandchild. DANIEL H. MOHLER GALVA — Funeral for Daniel H. Mohler, 81, of Galva who died Friday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was Monday at 1:30 p .m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Kenneth Starns officiating. Burial was in Evergreen Memory Gardens. Pallbearers were Dan Mohler, Donald Mohler, Dean Hughs, David Anderson, Michael Baker and Tom Neice. MRS. FRANK MEEKER ALEXIS — Graveside services for Mrs. Frank (Jennie) Meeker, 90, of Alexis who died Monday at Applegate Inn, Monmouth, will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Alexis Cemetery, with Rev. Richard Harken officiating. Friends may ca\l Wednesday evening at the McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis. Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY J Mrs. Margaret L. Hickerson, Alexis Mrs. Patricia G. Reiger, 363 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Mildred Sanquist, Victoria Carleton L. Hammerlund, 232 N. Whitesboro St. Faron L. Bedenbender, Blandinsville Virgil G. Quayle, Altona Mrs. Gwendolyn Beaird, 993 WiUard St. Mrs. Diane B. Thorkveen, 875 E. Berrien St. Ross L. Brownlee, Monmouth Mrs. Nell M. Johnson, 258 E. Sanborn St. Earl W. Pulver, 766 Jefferson St. John C. Rowe, Canton Mrs. Betty J. Meiner, 1060 S. Chambers St. William J. Alumbaugh, Monmouth Mrs. Geneva B. Donnelly, Alexis Mrs. Harriet D. Bland, Alpha Penny J. Tracy, 99 Pickard Rd. Mrs. Rita J. Boyd, Abingdon DISMISSALS MONDAY: Cassandra J. Duckworth, 1089 Grand Ave. Ronnie R. Sornberger, 705 Monroe St. William F. Farley, 1191 E. Main St. James K. Roffey, Elmwood Mrs. Sandra L. Kaiser, Altona Walter E. Voorhees, 895 W. Main St. Ralph K. Devena, Galesburg George McCall, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. R. Maxine Fetters, Woodhull Mrs. Debra K. Rodriguez, 799 E. Main St. Mrs. LaNita M. Day, Woodhull Mrs. LilHan Mabel Larson, Knoxville Mrs. Deborah L. Machin, WilUamsfield William E. Miller, Wafega Charles E. Peck, Knoxville Timothy D. Sherman, Abingdon Harry V. Tarr, Abingdon Jchn D. VanFleet, 818 Olive St. Mrs. Adeline O. Weimer, Kewanee Mrs. Mary A. Wiley, Dahinda Mrs. Margaret Yerkey, Victoria DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Clara Padilla, 1587 McKnight St. Mrs. Willa M. Mayes, 1583 McKnight St. Donald McGinnis, 363 N. Cherry St. Traffic Court Kenneth C. Roland, 24, 276 N. Seminary St., was sentenced Monday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court to seven days in the county jail and fined $50 for driving with a revoked license. Jerry W. Taylor, 16, 1676 S. Seminary St., was fined $50 Monday for attempting to elude police end $10 for a violation of his license classification. A 15 - year-old Davenport youth was placed on probation Traffic Accidettti Harry C. Paulson, 78, 934 Chamberlain Ave., Was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his car was involved in a collision Monday about 1:15 p.m. with one operated by James F. Hawkinson, 55, 1065 N. Kellogg St. The mishap occurred at the corner of Simmons and Cherry streets. Police said Paulson turned his car into the path of the other vehicle. A ticket for not reporting a mishap was issued to Robert G. Richards, 33, Newton Falls, for a year for attempting to 'elude police and driving with-'Ohio, Monday after his car Mrs. Dorothy Robertson, Galva out a license. jumped a curb at the intersec Ernesto A. Gallo, 1051 Lyman St. Paul M. Campbell, 191 Blaine Ave. Theodore A. Linzc, Galesburg Route 4 Sludge- (Continued from Page 3) The EPA must approve the application for the sludge disposal before the district can begin operations. "The whole area of disposal to land is a new practice. There is not much precedence. They (EPA) won't tell you the guidelines over the phone," Sakolosky commented. 'Serious' the district calls the high nitrate level a "serious problem." En- Sunnyside- (Continued from Page 2) Peoria County Special Education Assn., was employed as director of the Knox -Warren Spe- cil Education Cooperative. His salary will be $18 ,750 a year. Farrimond replaces Clifford Yoder, who had been the director until state officials said he lacked the necessary courses to be qualified. Yoder was appointed to replace F. Paul Johnson, who died late last year. Laird served as acting director in the interim. Yoder is principal of Churchill Junior High School. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Miss Lois Amett, 24 W. Fourth St. Fred Danforth, Abingdon Clancey O. Dyment, Springfield disposal James M. Foster, 1091 E. North St. Elmer H. Freburg, Bushnell Mrs. Grace A. Ginther, Abingdon Arthur Hawkinson, Abingdon Edward Huffman, 701 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Geraldine A. Lamb, 271 N. Pearl St. tion of East Main Street and the Public Square, clipping off a fire hydrant. The accident occurred at 8:20 p.m. Police found Richards some distance from the scene. MONMOUTH — Cars driven by Steven Sercda, 17, Burlington, Iowa, and Donald Baldridge, 23, 631 N. G St., collided Monday at. 12:40 p.m. at the corner of Harlem Avenue and Main Street. Sercda was driving east, on Harlem Avenue and Baldridgc was northbound on Main Street. Sereda was charged with making an improper turn. The comer of North 11th F. Garrison, 59, Louisville, Ky.,!strcet and Euclid Avenue was [were each fined $10 for turning jthe scene of a 2-car accident ™ report on the project to|violations. Monday at 3:45 p.m. A ear Humes, 18, 271 W. driven by Harold C. Vinccl, 31. fined $10 cachjSOO W. Sixh Ave., struck the 'rear of an auto driven by Schylcr R. Huston, 17. 322 N. B St. Huston was turning from North Uth Street to Euclid Ave., when his car was struck. Mrs. Mary II. Bradley, 30, escaped injury when her 34 about 67. Mrs. Fined for speeding were Larry J. Branan, 26, Peoria, $15; Dalmar O. Lauritsen, 27, 65 Locust St., $14; Betty R. Thomas, 50, Dunlap, $13; Gary| E. Van Bcveran, 27. 290 N. Seminary St., $11, and Charles V. Graycb, 23, Peoria, $11. Fined $10 for speeding were Robert L. Short.. 35, East Peoria; Charles H. Morris, 28, 1237 Arcadia Dr., and Lloyd D. Stage)], 57, Peoria. Failing to yield the right of way resulted in $10 fines for Clie V. Denly, 63, 1625 Brown Ave., and Jackie A. Bogard, 25, Wataga. Eugene R. Gibbons, 43, 364 S. Chambers St., and Albert Gary L. North St., was gineers indicated the EPA mayj for two s j op s j gn , a i violations i.^sue an experimental discharge others fined $10 Monday were permit, however | Jamcs D Pearl) 19( 2 6 Hillcrest The land would be used fordriving too fast for condi- sludge disposal at certain times during the year then would be farmed the remainder of the tions; Larry G. McMullen, 21, Yates City, parking violation; Fredderick R. Pluc, 17, Knox- W' e, Iowa Arrests James A. Mettle, 31, Khriberly Terrace, was taken intodtttody today shortly after midnight on an aggravated battery, charge after he reportedly attacked another Galesburg man at a tavern. Mettle allegedly fifsttried to hit the man with a bottle, the victim charged. The two men then struggled over a knife outside the tavern. The other man was slightly injured, police said. Pablo Enriquez, 20, 498 I.Mon­ mouth Blvd., was charged early today with aggravated; assault after he was accused by another Galesburg man of threatening him with a knife. The incident occurred, according to the vic- t.m, after the car he was riding in was stopped by one coritain- "ng Enriquez. Enriquez was taken into custody at 2:56 a.m. as he slept in the back of a car. He was also charged with' Illegal drinking. Larry E. Day, 23, 1082 W. South St., was arrested Monday at 12:55 p.m. for"battery an a complaint signed'by his wife. He allegedly hit her in the lit ad. MONMOUT H— Noah Strange, 28, 1115 S. Sixth St., wa».charg- ed Monday at 6:59 p.m. with disorderly conduct on complaint of Ruby Roberts. Whi\e city police were taking Strange to the Warren County Jail, he escaped by running down the street. He later turned himself in at the Henderson County sheriffs office and was charged by Warren County officials with escape. year Engineers recommended .,. no 1 protection ^ Mondav at 3:55 p.m. the land to be used for pasture l op8a ; a , ting a motorcycle; Susan!«"• sworvcd off Us one mile east of U.S Dr. Lamb(Continued from Page 5) grass instead of corn and soy- • ^ 4 1051 wiIbard « ....... . , . beans as originally planned. , ..." „_„,i .„ „,^ if i Bradlev told police she lost con- Pasture grass consumes more *? r ^ c J£S r SmTitrol when she applied her brakes nitrogen. It would" ultimately ™ a ^ d ^j n „i^ e ^tL w h to avoid lliuin K a motorcycle be used for animal feed. f™- J?- Abingdon, giving with ahead q[ her ^ ^ The ground water from the ""^"^ ™f"' a ™ 5 cn * inc trouble. The car wont sposal site would eventually Jo ™> 16 > 7 ™ w - woai Bl - ex " off the left shoulder of the road flow into Cedar Fork Creek and cessive accelerate. an(| , nto a ditch the EPA wants the nitrate level George Guthrie, 39 paid of the creek kept close to 10 'for a wheel tax sticker Vl0ld " parts per million, which is l™ 1 drinking water quality. At pres- nrwnlir ,r rnllNTY _ ent ground water at, the site McDONOUGH COUN 1Y- has nitrates in excess of 20 p W m <S *mes last week in ireir m North Monroe strccl parts per million. Ac Division of Circuit Court j le&icr D RawlingSi 24 , 105 S. 'Monday at 6:22 p.m. Unless approved by the EPA,^ IS W^ H8nhb ^ er ' July 8 ' driving chances are sludge may need! Wells st -. B "! h ' ne ^ H w^ n with one headlight, to be disposed of in another i P roper k "5„* J^Ll^J Charles E. Peiper, 22, Ber- AbiiigfloM- (Continucd from Page (!) Births Rom at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Rei- gu\ 363 W. Tompkins St., a boy Monday at 9:55 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Boyd, Abingdon, a girl today at 4:16 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Malcolm, of near Knoxville;'-a boy today at 6:18 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: i Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis, '436 E. Second St., a girl Mon- [dav at 1:10 a.m. ' ' • I Mr. and Mrs. William H. Machin, Williamsfield," a girl Whatever the ^^dk Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 342-8121 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS ^George Ray Stevens RR 1 WilUamsfield Funeral Services 1:30 P.M. — WEDNESDAY at the FUNERAL HOME where friends may call this evening. Interment in the Knoxvilie Cemetery. • Alpha Mae Morss 523 E. Newman St. Knoxville Funeral Services 3:30-P.M. WEDNESDAY at the FUNERAL HOME where friends may call this evening. Interment in the Maquon Cemetery. The new director received his master's degree in special edu-Jan episode, but appreciating the cation from Illinois State University, Normal. He book additional graduate work there and at the University of Illinois, Champaagn-Urbana. Before has Peoria County assignment, Farrimond was a hearing and speech specialist at Lincoln State School, Lincoln, and an instruction and teaching supervisor at the College of! Education at Illinois State University. He is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children, Illinois Speech and Hearing Assn., and the Illinois Administrators of Special Education. Hs and his wife, Glenda, have two pre-school children, John and Amanda. The family is presently seeking housing hsre. Sports Okay The board approved an agreement for construction of a joint cily-schiDoJ sports complex near Galesburg Higih School. The Galesburg City Council is ex-j the 1 manner such as dewaitering and landfilling. This process in-, . ,~ .. . volves drying sludge mechani-|^ asfll . il0 2f w Si 'Mower St, PALMS, Calif. - PJc,; and Mrs. Steven Marquis, "-"Palms, * — - I ^IIUA *V/U *~« • * V«.p»Wl f , — • J )V*k.Vi * >wer, 19, 216 N. Seminary wick Ju j y g md[1Q noise on i arc the parents of a bojf»«Chad , Gadesiburg, $10, violation ol West Martin st. at 12:15 a.m. |Steven, born June 20 atffii .m. ussl 'fieatinn: Georgia R. IMaforrml irranrinarentallM* Mr. vuiv» u. ; ... K »u UKC „ IC v,a. u - ln , « M S rt ! 2 8 f' ~ Maternal grandparents$«; Mr. cal],y on vacuum screens. Cost of .CrowO, 48, 805 N. Oraffiord St., Ava p U;lliam rep or.ted July 3 and Mrs. Gerald BurWjalter, , 4 . ,„ 1 1C this method might be more ex- Bushnell, $10; disobeying a , ha , t her license p i ate was i ost J053 E. Brooks. Patcrnffigrand- fact that some benefits can be ^ <{j SDOsiwJ ^ tte jfishing red light; Virgil E.i or stoten from the front of her parents are Mrs. RobeiCSCani- achieved, and that if you ve re-^ lud - m {arm £ nd 6trustees iKeitlUley, 14, Good Hope, $10,' car> 0 n the same day, Sue son and Richard Manflfg Du- covered well enough to go ' failure to reduce speed to avoid iBoworSi East Latimer Street,'buque, Iowa. •»••<» home that you may well have a " an accident; Cloyd F. Yocum,' re p or t cc | prowlers at the Donald Z*£ reasonably good outlook, should Tr ^ egM X Eed vester- 25 ' 625 Nl Dean St> ' Bu f h ,? el1, Ri S« s trailer about 4 am - Mark . , . help to dispel the discourage- . lr ^J C^D ^ rtiffv for,* 10 ' carcless driving ' and Kev " Mat-hias also reported license Marriage LiceH^s ment that some people have. I JJ^Ip^SS ^^.'en G. Hoyle, 17, 824 N. Rile plates stolen from a car July 6 KNOX COUNTY - SfcHee K. am personally impressed about ^^^ILJS^ 1 ^^ St., Bushnell, $10, improper at 2:45 p.m. Flickinger, and Brent &Ancll, hew well, some people do after mus [ compieiea Dy nexi baeklin|g McrUe Patterson Fearing both of Wataga : they have made a complete mcntn. j-^WW,^*™^ Speeding fines were paid by Avenue, reported July 4 that! Jacqueline A. Roling, 609 Fifer Michael H. Hale, 21, Monmoolh, the back window of her car was St., and Robert D. Currey, Ab$11; Kwn M. Wailters, 17, Adair, shattered. ingdon. and June B. Lcfler, 60, Blan- Police were called to the Fred — dinsviile, both $10, and Donna Honcckcr trailer at Rolling McDONOUGH COUNTY — A L. Hamm, 42, of near Adair,!Meadows July 2 at 6:25 p.m. to marriage license was issued last $13. check a disturbance. No arrests |Wec k in the county clerk's office (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) recovery from the initial heart f low tunne ! to co ! lect wa *« r dui : attack. As I've mentioned be- ir '£ e ^ e f iven . rains : . wuou i? J.^ fore, both President Johnson'? 1 ? 0 ^/ 2 t™}™ whlch *e dls " and President Eisenhower are tr |£ does not have, good examples of this point. I The project completion sched- - - ;ule will be compiled, said Henderson, but the overflow tunnel may never get off the drawing jboard by the EPA deadline of j December 1975. Henderson added the only way the district could afford the project was if the EPA funded it 100 per cent, j Gross termed the whole proj- !e c t "ridiculous." Excessive 'rainfall to be handled by the tunnel, which would run along Cedar Fork Creek channel, occurs about 11 times a year, Monday Henderson said. The storm City Lowers Cost Share For New Jail The City Council Hinchliff- 'UiesiT'inc- • FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-210) GALESBURQ MMS. NANNIE W. VEDELL - 505 Holcomb St., Knoxville, 111. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —o— MR. WILLIAM R. PARMENTER - RR4, Galesburg. Graveside Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at East Linwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. pected to take action on agreement at its next meeting. I 1 "'.^ choppedJ2Cfi,6()0 from the jyater separation tunnel would The project includes construe- **** ^ <*. prof>os«l city- handle the overflow by chan- i M «f m t ann \„ ^.tr^ Q ,nH 0 |county law enforcement build- neling it to a holding lagoon at ing costs. The change will go to the treatment plant site, fcho Knox County Board Wednes-' No Harm day for further study. Gross contended that the few The city's share of the build- rains each vear and the content ing originally was estimated to °J the over Now would not hurt work should begin in about two h ? $1,239,806 But this was tn £ "eek. weeks HoioefuW the tennis above what c,t y o ff »cials wanted . lrus / uee f ^lso learned yester- courts' w,ouS be coveted by * °P**- rlaV that - - a - P' lot treatme,lt tion of 10 tennis courts and a (baseball stadium, walkways, parking faeiiities and a road;way at an estimated cost of $301,200. Barney Parker, superintendent of schools, said that North Main MONMOUTH - John D. Dahl, 42, Fairfield, Iowa, and Ronald L. Norton, 20, 515V 2 N. Ninth St., were fined $15 each Monday in last week Warren County Traffic Court on resulted, speeding charges. Jerry Melton, 610 W. Meek Fines of $10 were levied St., reported a car was stolen against Randy K. Biddle, 19,! during the night July 6. Little York, improper passing; Miss Susan E. Twomey, 18, 1409 E. Second St., soeeding; Pearl Circuit Court to David A. Milligan, San Diego, Calif., and Deena M. Inman, of were made. Henry Conlon, Street, reported his car was near industry. struck by a hit-and-run driver i About $300 damage; Vandalism MONMOUTH - Linda England, 933 N. Sixth St., reported to police today at 5:20 a.m. that vandals had caused about $335 damage to her car last night while it was parked at the Brass V. Price, 60,v 1719 W. Main St., John P. Fox, 52, Morristown, | Rail > 905 s - Main st - A V of the Galesburg, imoroner lane us-Tenn., was fined $25 Monday inj windows nad been broken and age; Donald Turley, 35, Mon-|Knox County Circuit Court for the tires were slashed. mouth, disobeying a traffic sit?- disorderly conduct. , nal, and Mrs. Dorothy J. Ault,: — i ^ . 54. Monmouth, speeding. ' McDONOUGH COUNTY — ! vralva— this fall and the stadium by next summer. He envisions tennis being taught for credit. The school board has allocated $66,000 in its budget as its share of the project cost. The superintendent said that the new facilities would be available to the school system and the general pubic. Acoarddng to the contract, the agreement would terminate 30 years from the date of execution at which time the tennis courts and baseball stadium would become the property of the school system. Parker noted that this is a protection in the event the school district may need the property. Full recognition was granted to District 205 in the state's annual evaluation report. READ THE WANT ADS! Omitted from the building as a result of the reduction of cost was a shooting range for the police department. This would have cost some $83,000. Herring said the firing range near Lake Storey would be adequate during warm weather and during winter months a smaller range within the proposed building could suffice. Other changes in the building included the elimination of one bay of the fire apparatus room, decreases in landscaping, the reduction by 350 square feet of the fifth level of the building, elimination of carpeting in certain office areas, reducing the civil defense area by 346 square feet, reducing the sixth level fire de- plant should be in operation by Oct. 15. The pilot plant will the treatment plant additions, to the existing treatment plant will be successful to treat effluent. Additions to the treatment plant include a nitrification plant which James L. Hawley, of Clark, Dietz and Associates, said may be one of the first in the state. Principal reason for the treratment plant additions, estimated to cost in excess of $8 million, is to treat for ammonia and phosphorus, two substances which are supposed to be causes of pollution. The construction of storm sewers in Northland Subdivision will begin next week, trustees Also fined $10 were Kenneth Fran k Albright Jr., 362 N. Dean Harmon, 31, Burlington, Iowa, 1st., Bushnell, is scheduled to ap- improper backing; William M.jpear Wednesday in Circuit Court GuilinBer. 16 Little York, speed -Jon a charge of criminal damage * e ''Jj c i ' Hager '. 21 ' ! 0, ° to property. Albright was charg- E. 10th Ave., excessive noise; ' e(1 JuIy 6 witn breaking a win- Mrs. Beverly J. Croon, 42, 710; dow in property owned by Ralph N. Fifth St., speeding, and Ronald W. Howington, 25, West Burlington, Iowa, excessive noise. Eilene M. Silver, 32, Peoria, was fined $12 for speeding. Divorces Granted McDONOUGH COUNTY Claudia Murray, 475 W. Gridley St., Bushnell, was granted a divorce last week in Circuit Court from Rodney Murray, 1461 Lindsay Lane, Galesburg, on grounds of mental cruetyy. The couple was married July 15, 1971, and had one child. Custody was granted to the mother. A divorce was granted last M. Ashcraft, Macomb. partmeni space by 204 square feet, the fourth level fire depart-[streets should begin'by Aug. 1. ment space by 428 square feet; An annual budget hearing for and the garage area by 392 jthe district is scheduled for square feet. I Monday at noon. week to Lester A. Zeisler, 850 E were informed. And the installa- Twyman St., Bushnell, from tion of sewers on Day and Davis Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to a parking lot near the corner of Simmons and Broad streets Monday at 12:40 p.m. where a blaze had ignited in a car. Loss was light. The fire was blamed on a cigaret. MONMOUTH - Firefighters were called Monday at 6:30 p.m. to the residence of Mrs. Dorothy Crandall, 219 S. Ninth St., to extinguish a fire on the back porch. Fire Chief Virgil Nelson said the fire was started by some „ „ . , „ , „ , . boys playing with matches and Vera E. Zeisler, Bushnell Hotel, ! ga J 0 iine. He said one of the boys on grounds of mental crueltj;.|f eceived minor burns . They were married Sept. 27, i 1966. Custody of four children j was granted to the father. I READ THE WANT ADS! (Continued from Page 8) known until other benefactors are paid. In other action, the board approved purchase of a driver training car from S and S Motors. Award Contracts The board also awarded contracts to Meadow Gold Dairy to supply milk and dairy products and Wonder Bread Baking Co. to supply bread and buns. Bids for gasoline, motor oil, antifreeze, tires and tubes were hold over until the August meeting. The board also granted permission for a contingent of about 120 Boy Scouts from Olso, Norway, to use school grounds and restrooms during their stay Juty 16 at Bishop Hill. Also approved was a teacher visitation lesson plan and parental conference policy for all grade levels in the district. The board set a public hearing Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. on the proposed budget, which will be available for public inspection at the administration office after July 13.

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