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Wednesday, July 11, 1973
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f 11 DEATHS I AND FUNERALS I STANLEY W. WATSON TULSA, OMa. — Stanley W. Watson, 73, of Tulsa died Monday at 6:35 p.m. at the Skyline Terrace Nursing Home. "Me *as born Nov. 7, 1899, in Galeetarg, HI., and married Dorottty Hanley in 1926. He was an executive aide for 40 years for Service Pipeline Co., Tulsa. He lived in Galesburg until 1925. Surviving are his widow and two sisters, Miss Phyllis Watson, 144 W. Simmons St., and Miss Sybil Ann Watson, Long Beach, Calif. Funeral Mass will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at Madalene Catholic Church, Tulsa. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery, Tulsa. Visitation will be today from 1 to 9 p.m. at Fitzgerald Funeral Service, Tulsa. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, the family said. MRS. HARRIET W. O'CONNOR CHICAGO - Mrs. Harriet W. O'Connor, 93, of Chicago died Tuesday at 1:45 a.m. at her home. 1 The former Harriet Wyman was born July 30,1879, in Galesburg, and , married Martin O'Connor. She moved to Chicago in 1921. Surviving are a d a u g h t e r, Mrs. Margaret Salman, Chicago, a granddaughter and two grtot-grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 9 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church, Chicago. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Galesburg. Visitation will be Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Lain and Sons Chapel, 1035 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. Memorials may be made to the Heart Association, the family said. MORGAN A. DEVLIN NORTH HENDERSON - Funeral for Morgan A. Devlin, 55, of North Henderson who died Monday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was today at 2 p.m. at North Henderson United Methodist Church. Rev. Al Hilding, pastor, officiated. Pallbearers were Stanley, Jeff and James Tyrrell, Gene and David A.Vgeyer, Tom and Larry Devlin and Rex Abbadusky. Honorary pallbearers were Francis Olson, Richard McCaw, Dale Porter, Alvin Williams, Sam Swanson, Conrad Nelson, Earl Tomquist, Roy Stotler and Frank Adams. Burial was in Mt. Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson. bearers were C. Harold Goff, Jack Watts, Andy Blair, Dr. Kenmatt H. Hoyme, Walter C. Olin and Herman Ptfisterer. HERMAN G. SWANSON KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Herman G. Swanson, 70, of near Galesburg who died last Friday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, with Dr. Kermrit Petersen officiating. Burial was in East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Phillip V. Larson, Robert E. Seller, Robert Pfisterer, Duane Suydam, Barry L. Brown and Walter R. Olin, Honorary pall- Whatever the (Occasion m ' k/ WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 3424121 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 MOITUAIY 166 N. Broad St. 342-1913 GEORGE R. STEVENS WlLLtAMSFlELD - Funeral for George Ray Stevens, 79, of near WiMi-amsfield who died Sunday at Galesburg State Research Hospital, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxviille, with Rev. John H. Clarke officiating. Burial was in Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Mater, John Edwards, James Baird, Russell Endsley, Emery Flynn and Dale Oollopy. Among his survivors is a daughter, Mrs. Jack (Frances) demons. MRS. ALPHA MAE MORSS KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Mrs. Alpha Mae Mores, 83, of Knoxville who died Saturday at her daughter's home in Brownsville, Tex., was today at 3:3C p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, with Rev. John H. Clarke of- f.iiciatdng. Burial was in Maquon Cemetery. PaMbearers were Lawrence Cook, Robert Cook, Earl Cook, Wilbur Howarter, Maurice Peck and Harodd Mbrss. MRS. NANNIE VEDELL Funeral for Mrs. Nannie W. VedeU, 101, of Knoxville, who died Saturday, was today at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff -Poarson-West Chapel. Rev. Ordell Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. WILLIAM R! PARMENTER Graveside services for William R. Parmenter, 7«, of Galesburg Route 4, who died Sunday, were today at 10 a.m. at East linwood Cemetery. Rev. Raymond Marquith, pastor of East Galesburg Community Church, officiated Honor List(Continued from Page 5) HOMER B. JOHNSON FARMINGTON - Homer B. Johnson, 86, of Farmington died Tuesday at 10:10 p.m. at the Canton Nursing Center. He was born July 13, 1886. in Lewistown, and married Artha Fleming there Feb. 25,1905. She died May 2, 1928. He married Margaret Scott at Burlington, Iowa, July 13, 1940. He had been a resident of the Farmington area all his life. He was a foreman for the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad. Surviving are his widow; three sons, James of Farmington, Marion of Fairview. and Raymond of near Maquon; four daughters, Mrs. Ethel Hughbanks and Mrs. Wilda Kimbrell, both of Farmington, Mrs. Helen Ball, Fiatt, and Mrs. Lydia Stairwalt, Galva; 21 grandchil dren, 39 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild. Funeral will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington. Burial will be in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Farmington. Visitation will be Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. at the, funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, the family said. DENNIS G. MARKLEY AVON — Funeral for Dennis G. Markley, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Markley of Avon, who drowned Sunday at Avondale Lake, was Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at Corman Memorial Home, with Rev. Thietje Hunt officiating. Burial was in Roseville Memorial Park Cemetery. Pall bearers were Dick Mings, Max Phelps, Rick Babbit, Steve Bern hart and Dick Rett. * MRS. LLOYD SPIEGEL GALVA — Funeral for Mrs. Lloyd Spiegel, 65, of near Galva who died Sunday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill- Schuster ChapeJ, with Rev. Harold L. Carlson officiating. Burial was in Galva Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dale Hepner, Leslie Doss, Gary Beeler, Robert Peck, Floyd Norman and Harlan Nelson. KW THE W? FINEST IN ^ P FLORAL V Jf TRIBUTES \ I Don's | \ Flower Shop ft 56 FULTON Vj 345-3174 HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III, Mr*. Garnet CoUlaser 938 W. Main, Galesburg Services: 2 PiM. - THURSDAY HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME, ONEIDA. Where friends may call this evening. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. MRS. GARNET COtCLASER Funeral for Mrs. Garnet Colclaser, 68, of 998 W. Main St. who died Monday at St. Mary's Hospital's emergency room, will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. Visitation will be tonight at the funeral home. Brigfs, Galetburg; Lynette Brook*, baiwioiirg; K«oecca tfrowniec, Alexu; ivathlecn Camper,. Galesburg; flewy Cariaon, Rio; Charlotte Carison, Galaourg; Rebecca Carlson, Galesburg;. Stephanie cariaon, Alexis; Loren Conard, Alexia; Gene Connor, Galesburg; Carol Craig, Lafayette; Unda CuUen, Gales- c , n « r yl. Dagen, Galesburg; Jim Davis, Galesburg; Robert Day, itock Island. Charles Deal, Galesburg; Ruth gentear, Abingdon; Debra Dlehl, Prairie City; Margo Dosing, Gales- 5 ur * : „ Jamea fcmpson. Altona; Diane Erickson, Gaiesburg; Diane Eyier, Monmouth; Raymond Formeller, Galesburg; David Formhals, Macomb; Bethany Fortune, Galesburg; Lou Anne Friichtenicht, New Windsor; Kevin Fugate, LaHarpe; William Garhart, Monmouth; Maris. Georges, Galesburg; Robert Gillett, Galesburg; Constance Graham, Gaiesburg; Eric Gray, Galesburg; Rebecca Grice, Galesburg; Christine Griffith, Bushnell; Terry Grogan, Galesburg: Cynthia Guenther, Galesburg; Greg Gummerson, Galesburg; Donald Haahn, Yates City; Franklin Haffner, Galesburg. Fred Hartzell. Victoria; Helen Helgeson, Yates City; Ann Hendricks, Oneida; John Henry, Biggs- vUle; Margaret Hickerson, Avon; Cathy Hills, Abingdon; Betty Hollls, Galesburg; Loren Hunnicutt, Galesburg; Charlene Hyman, Galesburg; Mark Johann, Galesburg; Cheryl Johnson, Oneida; Elaine Johnson, Altona; Patricia Johnson, Monmouth; Anna Keene, Abingdon; Mildred Kerr, Galesburg; Stuart Kerr, Streator; Donald Kinyon, Galesburg; Jean Kostelecky, Galesburg; Margaret Kostelecky, Gales burg; Garry Kubis, Galesburg; Edward Libby, Galesburg. Cheryl Landon, Abingdon; Sarah Little. Knoxville; Janet Long, Galesburg; Jan Lovett, Oneida; Eileen Mahany, WilUamafield; Karen Martin, Macomb; Cheryl Martz, Abingdon; Ann Matthews. Tennessee; {Catherine Mattson, Monmouth; Jon McCoy, Galesburg; Steven Medhurst, Galesburg; Beverly Melton, Galesburg; Judy Milan, Galesburg; Paul Miller. Galesburg; Ralph Miller, Galesburg; .Thomas MUler, Monmouth; Terry MiteheU. Galesburg; Beverly Moore, Galesburg; Lulu Morlan, Wataga;. Debra Morrison, Monmouth; William Mulr, Prairie City; Debra Myers, Galesburg; RoaaUe Myers, Avon; Johnatnan Neii; Galesburg; Roger Nelson, North Henderson: Randy Niebuhr. WlUiamsfleld; Beverly Nolan, Colchester: Carol Ohler, Oquawka; David Parkinson, Galesburg. ., , Betty Pearce. Monmouth; Unda Perkins,; Galesburg: Gerald Pica .i Abingdon; Kevin Poplett, Galesburg; Susan Potts,' Galesburg; Bill Poulos, Galesburg; Mary Pruert, Abingdon; Debra Putnam, Knoxville: Edward Raes. LitUa York: Shirley Rainier. Galesburg: Zdwln Rockhold. Galesburg; Angela Rommel, Wataga: Thomas Rosenberg, Galesburg; Terry Ruetz. Knoxville; Harry Sandry. Galesburg; Patrick Schaubroeck, Geneseo; Ruth Scott, Yates City; Therese Scott, Yates City; Connie Seaborn, Knoxville, • David Sexton, Galesburg: Katherine Sharpshair, London MUls: Thomas Sims, Monmouth; Ruthann Smith, Galesburg;- Cheryl Sparks, Galesburg: Joseph Spence. Galesburg; Maryann steis, Monmouth: Bradford Steller. Galesburg; Pegcy Stevens, Galesburg; James SUU, Abingdon; Karen Stokes, Galesburg; Nancy Tate, Galesburg; Patricia Teval, Galesburg.. ' Stephen Thompson, Roseville; Deborah Thomson. Yates City; Gregory Timmons, London Mills; Mark Tolle, Galesburg; Lynn Trego, Galesburg; Rose Turner. Galesburg: Connie Turnquist, Monmouth; Chyrl Vancil. Monmouth: Ted West, Galesburg; Gary Whltcomb. North Henderson; Robert White Jr., Gilson; Theodore Whltaitt, Knoxville: Linda WUson, Galesburg; Robert Wilson, Galesburg: Janet Windsor, Oneida; Vicki Witt, Galesburg; Victoria Wolfe, Galesburg; John Wolford, Abingdon; Thomas Worden, Galesburg; Janet Wright, Galesburg; Donald -Yeomans, Galesburg; Fredrick Zlellr.-. Alexis. Rickenbackers To Switzerland NEW YORK (UPD - Eddie Bickenbacker, World War I flying 'ace, later a race driver and an airline executive, left for Zurich Tuesday night with his wife, Adelaide, who will undergo acupuncture treatments in Lausanne for glaucoma. Rickenbacker, who is 82, and Mrs. Rickenbacker both were in wheelchairs as they boarded the airliner. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Thomas E. Bailey, Abingdon |John Cabrera, 90* Pine St. Donald W. Eudaley, Berwick Mrs. Elsie R. Goudeau, 979 Mulberry St. Mrs. Cathryn L. Parrish, Alexis Mrs. Joan A. Polednick, Moon Towers Mrs. Betty D. Scott, LaFayette James S. Ward, Laura Mrs. Frances Wheeler, Wataga DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Helen L. Tucker, Oneida Donald J. Farlow, 55 N. West St. Elmer H. Freburg, Bushnell (Mrs. Ethel Douglas, 444 N. Broad St. Mrs. Winifred E. Shinn, Moon Towers Mrs: Jeanette E. Adair, 1214 Court St. Eugene B. Wall, Avon Frank G. Wilhelm. Alexis Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Robbie Malcolm, Knoxville Mrs. Beverly Anderson, Gilson Mrs. Patricia J. Branson, ' 363 S. Prairie St. Mrs. Dorothy L. Ramp, Gilson Sally V. Glossip, 486 N. West St. Douglas T. Prehn, Knoxville Douglas J. Baker, London Mills |Mrs. Phyllis L. Farris, 951 Arnold St. Jeffery W. Longshore, Alpha Angel L. Jacobs, 1328 E. Losey St. Mrs. Anna M. Deuell, Knoxville Mrs. Sandra K. Krohn, East Galesburg Mrs. Violet I. Stratton, 1084 W. South St. (William H. Johnson, 617 W. Main St. Michael G. Elliott, 1608 Brown Ave. Mrs. Bargara A: Benge, London Mills (Douglas Schwartzkopf, Altona Burton R. Armstrong, , Cambridge Rodger D. Taylor, Alpha DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Lyle R. Chasteen, East Galesburg Mrs. Carolyn J. Hinchee, 1423 Lane Ave. Anna M. Folger, 1115 Grand Ave. (Donald L. Johnson, 585 E. Knox St. William D. Shawgo, 2265 N. Seminary St. Cheryl M. Kirby, 1093 Garden Lane Edward M. Blair, Rio Gerald P. Sharp, 1340 Florence Ave. . Mrs. Genevieve A. Maze, 1336 E. Main St. [Mrs. Thelma E. DeWitt, 213 Indiana. Ave. Robert J. Self ridge Jr., 835 Wiscohsin Ave. Mrs. Verda M. Linder, Cameron Mrs. Margaret L. Hickerson, Alexis Mrs. Lois M. Cooley, Oneida [Mrs. Myrtle McCone, Abingdon Cleo R, Cox, Abingdon Mrs. Gwendolvn L. Beaird, 993 Willard St. Mrs. Patty Lou Ericson, Altona Golesburg ReQister-Moil, Golesburg, III. Wednesday, July 11, 197j_1t READ THE WANT ADS1 Mausoleums and Monuments McfiU MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St M\fc\ Galesburg. Ill Today's Record traffic Court ! Laveme T. Carlson, 42, Woodhull, was fined $150 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for driving while intoxicated. Dorm F. Farthing, 31, 119 S. Cherry St., paid $12 for speeding and $10 for failing to give ^formation at the scene of an accident. Others fined for speeding were Richard D. Gould, Jr., 19, Mobile City Trailer Court, $11, and Marilyn J. Plue, 32, Knoxville, $10. Fined $10 for traffic signal violations were Laikuen Leung, 21, 870 N. Cedar St; Michael E. Cratty, 18, 235 Okve St.; Michael E. Holt, 16, Oneida; Philip R. Ryan, 21, KnoxvUk, and Pauline E. Mattson, 55, 771 Ruby St. Fined $10 for failing to yield the right of way were Kim L. Watkins, 18, 799 B. Main St; Norma L. Byerly, 57, 1702 Bittern an St.; Gien E. Roger*, 15, Yates City, and Melvin H. Rewald, 75, 544 W. North St. Others fined $10 Tuesday were Richard G. Erwin, 26, Abingdon, muffler violation; Screatha A Kelso, 36, Abingdon, backing violation, and Thomas K. Cecil, ro, 1359 Rock Island Ave., excessive acceleration. Phone 3J2-6512 Librarian Reports June Circulation At New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Rivoli Township Library's Circulation during June totaled 889 items, according to Mrs. Herbert Peterson, librarian. The library's summer children's reading program will end Julv 18. Mrs. Alice McGrann, children's consultant for the Western Illinois Library System at Monmouth, will present a puppet show at the library July 24 at 1:45 p.m. for children who complete the program's requirements. Children's movies will be shown at the library each Wednesday at 3 p.m. through Aug. 8, Mrs. Peterson said. New books added to the library's shelves include: The Question and Answer Book, John Saunders; Ammie Come Home, Barbara MichaeU; The New Century Handbook o| English Literature, Clarence Barnhart: Gallows Trails, Garth Pavis: Household Ecology, Julia Percival; Dawn's Early Light, Elswyth Thane; Sergeant Sufton, Robert E. Ford: The Diddakol, Rumer Godden: Who's Who Among High School Students; Trails of Wilderness Wanderer, Andy Russell; How To Talk to the Birds, Richard Davids; Island Year, Hazel Heckman; Serpico, Peter Maas; The Hungarian Game, Roy Hayes; Bo: Pitching and Wooing, Maury Allen; The Fifth Estate, Robin Moore: Harvest Home, Thomas Tryon; Lucy: The Bittersweet Life of Lucille Ball. Joe Morella: Horns hi the High Country, Andy Russell; To Die in California, Newton Thornburg; They've Got the President's Daughter, Edward Stewart, and Dr. Moore's Legacy, AgaUia Young. Arrests Kenneth Howard Lee Morris, 20, 253 W. First St., was arrested Tuesday at 5 p.m. for burglary stemming from a break-in and theft several months ago of a mobile home at Weaver-Yemm Chevrolet. A television set and other items were reportedly stolen. Dorothy Jo Dicker son, 23,1074 W. South St., was booked Tuesday at 2:13 p.m. for battery after an altercation stemming from a family disagreement. Beverly Ann German, 30, 235 S. Chambers St., was charged with disorderly conduct — pub- Vic intoxication — today at 12:17 a.m. after she was taken into custody at a Galesburg restaurant. Galesburg police Monday arrested Isaac L. "Junior" Johnson, 30, 1552 McKnight St., for possession of marijuana after police carrying a search warrant entered Johnson's home Also taken into custody at Johnson's residence were Larry E. Chiartano, 19, who listed his residence there, and Terry Lee Mason, 17, 530 Michigan Ave. Chiartano was charged with possession of marijuana and Mason with possession of a vending machine key. Police went to the McKnight Street address about 2 p.m. Traffic Accidents Two traffic mishaps were in vestigated Tuesday by Gales burg police — both at the inter section of Henderson and North streets. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to Wanda J. Davis, 17, Oneida, after her car hit one driven by Lois I. Whetsell, 22, Abingdon, at 6:03 p.m. Richard J. Scott, 26, 1449 Florence Ave., was uninjured after he lost control of his motorcycle and went down at 9 :48 p.m. He said he was attempting to evade a ye !V >w Volkswagen which did not stop at the scene. , MONMOUTH - A Monmouth 4 -year-old was seriously injured Tuesday at 8:57 when she ran into the path of a car. Lucille M. Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, 1336 E. Broadway, was taken to the Cbmrnunity Memorial Hospital, where her condition today was reported as fair. Mrs. Bonnie J. Inman, 34, of near Monmouth, told police she was driving her car east when she saw the Adams child running from the yard at her home toward the path of the car. Mrs. Inman said she applied her brakes, but was unable to keep the left front of the auto from striking the child. No charges were made. Phillip V. Larson, 37, LitUc York, was charged with failure to yield right of way Tuesday at 11:50 a.m. as the result of a truck-car accident about five miles noritJlmvest of Monmouth. Larson was driving east on a blacktop road when Ivc reportedly drove through a yield sign and struck a gravel truck driven by Steven A. Rankin, 26, Lomax. Mrs. Dixie J. Larson, 36, little York, a passenger in the Larson auto, received a minor head injury, but did not seek iimmediate treatment. Thieu, Meet for Talks SAIGON (UPI) - A high- ranking American military official met today with President Nguyen Van Thieu and Premier Tran Thien Khiem in talks that presumably included next month's U.S bombing hait in Cambodia. U.S. Embassy spokesmen said Gen. Frederick C. Weyand met for 45 minutes with Khiem and for an hour with Thieu. Weyand travels to Phnom Penh A U.S. military source M said Cambodia planned to cftBftlnue its combat operations "gCbest it can" after Aug. 15 if there is no further outsid^e air help. ~" The source also said - the United States has no plans to turn over any planes to tfoq.tiny Cambodian air force -^'other than the types they have : been getting." Irii These planes include C123 later this week for talks with | Provider transports and T28 Cambodian officials. j fighter-bombers. No Take Over Request On his arrival in Saigon Tuesday, Weyand said he was carrying no White House request for Sowth Vietnam to take over the U.S. bombing role in Cambodia after Aug. 15, the cutoff date imposed by Congress. "I am just here to find out what the situation is," Weyand told reporters. Bui Bao True, the spokesman for the South Vietnamese government, told newsmen today Weyand was visiting Saigon to meet Vietnamese officials for talks "on the situation of the country." He did not elaborate In other developments, informed sources said "extoerne- ly delicate and critical" negotiations arc still going in an effort, to obtain the release of two Canadian officers, held by (lie Vict Cong since June 27 in the rubber plantation area 33 miles east of Saigon. ""The Saigon government news agency said about 36,00ft North Vietnamese troops are*'threatening Central HighlandsrpYovin- cial capitals of Kontttm ad Plciku. The news agency said the Communists in Kontuiri" Province arc supported by at 'least 40 tanks and 50 Soviet-built 130mm and 122mm cannon. Air Strikes Kill 4 l 200 Communists PHNOM PENH (UPI) Cambodian military authorities said today that U.S. air strikes Tuesday killed 200 Communist troops only nine miles outside of Phnom Penh. The high command said the strikes were aimed at targets close to embattled government troop positions on the capital's southern defense perimeter. The raids, the command said, livestock down HighwayJ^from the western provinces. No incidents were reported.'" Supply convoys travetiiig by river and road have^becn reaching Phnom Penh i( at the rate of almost one a day'in the past week under heavy '$mcri- can air cover, bringing; .munitions, foodstuffs, livestock,,,rice, cement, ammunition and- gas. Field reports said Tuesday that four battalions that re- Circuit Court David Antinoro, 29, St. Louis, Mo., was fined $200 Tuesday in Knox County Circuit Court for possession of marijuana. Edgar J. McGee, 18,1461 Lindsey Lane, paid $10 for disorderly conduct. Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY-Six divorces have been granted in Circuit Court on grounds of mental cruelty. Elizabeth Anne Childers was divorced from Donald D. Childers. Married April 18, 1960, the couple had one child. Custody was awarded to the mother. A divorce was granted to Loretta A. Welch from Robert L. Welch. Custody of their child was awarded to the mother. The couple was married Oct. 5, 1963. Maria Catherine Lagios was divorced from John Lagios. The wife resumed her former name, Maria Catherine Aquini. They were married Feb. 11, 1971. A divorce was granted to Alice V. Fussner from Edward E. Fussner. Married Feb. 14, 1952, the couple had one child— not a minor. Darlyn R, Spangler was divorced from David Spangler. The couple had no children, and the wife resumed the name of Darlyn Geesman. They were married July 9, 1972. James Ornohundro was divorced from Lynda Ornohundro. Married May 17,1970, the couple had no children. The wife resumed her former name, Lynda Chesnut. Katharine Branson was divorced from Wayne L. Branson on a complaint charging desertion. Married Sept. 1, 1951, the couple had four children. Two are minors and custody was granted to the mother. Vandalism MONMOUTH - Vandals caused $75 damage to a car owned by Harry Talley, Sr., 917 W. Fourth Ave., according to a report made to police Tuesday at 5:35 p.m. Talley said paint was scratched from the side of his car while it was parked at Martha Brown Ltd., between 7:15 a.m. and 5 p.m. Thefts MONMOUTH - Clair Jebb, 815 S. D St., reported to police Tuesday at 10:25 a.m. that a power mower and a riding mower frame with a total value of $50 had been stolen from his home. Jebb said the theft occurred Monday afternoon. TjLCTililu -W under Commu„i 5 t, pre s- sure from Chilea, about 27 miles north of PhnonC-Penh, Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Donna C. West against Joseph A. West, and Linda Ann Haffner against Ronald E. Haffner. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY-Miss Nancy Anne Thompson, Mercer, Pa., and Glenn Paul Kinder, 900 W. Dayton St. Rita Lynnc (Cary) Ackerman, Grand Avenue, and Walter Lee Smith, 1232, E. Brooks St. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Branson, 363 S. Prairie St., a girl Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Anderson, Gilson, a girl Tuesday at 1:41 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Heron D. Glossip, 486 N. West St., a boy today at 12:25 a. m. Born at St. Miry's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wheeler, Wataga, a girl Tuesday at 12:28 p. m. ANKENY, Iowa - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Easley, Ankeny, are the parents of a son, Jason Paul, born Monday at Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler, Ystes City. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leland Easley, LaPlata, Mo. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gibb, Yates City. READ THE WANT ADS! Delegate Offers Political Prayer CHARLESTON, W.Va (UPI) — An unusual prayer, apparently aimed at politicians, was made in the House of Delegates Tuesday when it convened. It was offered by Del. Harry Moats, R-Ritchie. "Make our words gracious and tender," he said. "We may have to eat ithem tomorrow. "Amen." bomb-cratered trenches that turned up 30 rifles. The Cambodian command also reported indirect fire on government positions to the northeast of the city. The command reported the safe arrival of 121 trucks and trailers loaded with rice and County(Continued from Page 2) J9-0, with one member abstaining. In other zoning actions the board denied the petition of Rufus Gatlin, 257 W. North St., for rezonitig from R -rural to B-2, highway business. The board also denied a rezoning petition of Roger L. Olson, Altona, for rezoning property adjacent to a grain co-op from R to M, restricted industrial. The Altona Grain Elevator had intended to purchase the property for construction of a 50xl00-foot warehouse but more than 20 per cent of the affected residents had objected, and the Zoning Board of Appeals found that the co-op owned sufficient land already for construction of the warehouse. THE BOARD approved the petition of Daniel and Nancy Kirchgessner, Abingdon, for rezoning approximately 22 acres of land located a quarter of mile from Abingdon from F, farm district, to R-rrural residence. The board also viewed a presentation of the design for the proposed cHy-county public safety building. The design, by Weber, Griffith and Mellican, Inc., engineers and architects, would cost approximately $2,032,800. A proposed coet estimate places Knox County's share at $813,917, Galesburg's part at $987,083, with the city -county twit defense unit paying $135,000. A bidding and contingency fund of $96,800 would bo allocated between the two users. The proposed structure would be built on six levels and provide a total of 47,337 square feet. The county would occupy about 40 per cent of iiuB space, and would be responsible for operating the jail facility for both city and county. Galesburg would reimburse the county on a per diem basis for prisoners in the jail, said board member Willard Larson. GALESBURG City Manager Thomas Herring was present at the board meeting and indicated that the City Council would notify the county this week regarding the design. started appearing in government-held positions qn;, the Tonle Sap River. The soldiers told newsmen they suffered losses of 4ftjcilled and 110 wounded over the-, past three days. >:,: Larson told board members that the plans will be presented for approval at the"next board meeting and that"a"n appraisal of land and joint Operating agreements would be worked out in the meantime. Woolscy told the board^that a motion for dismissal" has been filed in the Wataga'tend- fill suit. Woolscy felt that the suit had been premature, and must await a July 18 hearing by the Zoning Board of-Appeals. Hr« Additionally, the complaint doesn't cite any irrcm'edial damage and isn't a 'proper remedy under law, he said. Woolscy also stated that lie had filed an injunctive writ showing Wataga MayoK'Johii Robbins had no authority to file the suit. '•' The board also approved an increase in travel allowances for travel, on official county business, the rate of ld'xents a mile was increased,'to 15 cents except for public,conveyance in which actual cost would be paid. Board members living in Galesburg would receive no allowance for in- town meetings. Robert Ryan Dead at 5<) NEW YORK (UPI) 4-" Actor Robert Ryan, who worked as a sandhog, a sewer digger and a ranch h:ind before attaining success as a Hollywood leading man, died today at New York Hospital, lie was 59. Although hospital authorities declined to reveal the c$use of death, Ryan had a hisjjpry of cancer problems and* had undergone an operation in 1972. Ryan was bora on Nov. 11, 1913, the son of an immigrant Irish contractor and Snglish mother. He was educated at Loyola Academy in Chicago and at Dartmouth ^College where he.excelled in athletics as well as academic achievement. He was graduated in 1932 with a bachelor's degr*e but this was in the midst, of the depression and Ryan, •'a big man, "bummed" around the world, toking coal on. Africa- fa o u n d freighters, tunneling under rivers and undertaking s wide assortment of jobs.

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