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Galesburg, Illinois
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AND FUNERALS JOn W. BILDERBACK (Story on Page 2) GERALD LEE (Story on Page 2) OEOROETTMUNT (Story on Page 2) MRS. KATHK*N"SCH!SLER JtOSEVlLLE - Mrs. kathryn Schisler,' 68, of Roseville, died Friday at 11 a.m. at her home. The former Kathryn Emig was born March 11,1905, in Fulton County and married Pearl Schisler on Aug. 17, 1923, in Lewistown. •Surviving are eight sons, Lewis, Robert, Cecil, Charles and Gerald, all of Monmouth, and William, Wilbert and Donald, alt of Roseville; three daughters, Mrs. William Griffin, Rock island, and Mrs. Russell Painter and Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, both of Monmouth; a sister,' Mrs. Cecil Wright, Vermont; several half-brothers and sisters! 36 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren, Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p .m. at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville, with Rev. Donald Skiles officiating. Burial will be in Roseville Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 7:30-8:30 p .m. Memorials may be made to the American Can cer Society, the family said. MRS. LILLIAN M. LARSON Funeral for Mrs. Lillian M Larson, 85, of 1068 E. Brooks St., who died Thursday at St. Mary's Hospital, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church with' Rev. Thad Rudd officiating. i. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial . Gardens. ! Pallbearers were Lowell Youngreri, Ray rriond Youngren, Gene Louder Larson Funeral Home ' Abingdon, Illinois Gerald J. Le» Age 16 § ' Hermon,- JUinois Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - MONDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and evening. Burial in the Abingdon Cemetery. man, Robert Hatfield, Richard Sandbprg and F. C. McMurry. GEORGE E. McKENNA Funeral for George E. 'Mo Kenna, 85, of 708 S. Chambers St., who died Wednesday, was Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the Maquon United Methodist Church with Rev. John Clarke officiating, Burial was in West Midway Cemetery. Pallbearers were* Charles Folkenroth, Albert Faucon, Robert Moats, Walter Knox, Walter Moore and Leroy Bowman. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVIUE, ILLINOIS Ruby J. Gibbs Knoxville Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - SUNDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call Sunday afternoon, interment in the Westfall Cemetery. —o— William Floyd Brown Sr. 835 Wisconsin Ave., . Galesburg Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. - MONDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call Sunday evening. Interment in the East Linwood Cemetery, Galesburg. George Thomas Hunt RR 1, Dahinda Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY DAHINDA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call Monday evening at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. The body will lie in state 12 Noon Tuesday until the hour of service at the church. Interment will be in the Maquon Cemetery. ANDREW G. RUB1S Andrew G. Rubi's, 77, of 181 Division St., died Friday at 10:55 a.m. at St. Mary!s Hospital emergency room. He was born July 10, 1896, in SVeator, where he lived before moving to Galesburg in 1929. He married Ethel Mae M?Donald. She died in February 1962. He married Dorothy Griffin in May 1962. He Was employed as a coal miner, ran a gas station in Galesburg and worked for the Galesburg Register-Mail. He was a 40-year member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Surviving are his widow; five step-daughters, Mrs. Dal |3 Terpening, Galesburg, Mrs. Delores Vaiek, Joliet, ,Mrs. Terr y Fobckle, Little York, and Mrs^ Beverly Miller and Mrs. Gloria Harris, both of California, and a sister, Mrs. P. H. Aherns, Evergreen Park. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Foley Mortuary, with Rev. Constant R. Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Streator. Visitation will be Monday afternoon and evening at the mortuary. MRS. MARY BASHE ORANGE, N.J. - Mrs. Mary Ethel Burns Bashe, 81, of Orange, N.J., died Thursday at 10:20 p.m. in an Orange hospital. . The former Mary Ethel Burns was born Oct. 18,1891, in Galesburg, 111. She lived in Galesburg until moving to New Jersey 40 years ago. • Surviving are a son, Dr. W., J. Bashe, Springfield, Ohio; a brother,. Patrick Burns, Momence, III., and two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Edoff, Detroit, Mich., and Miss Marcella Burns, Louisville, Ky. Funeral will be Monday at i0 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Galesburg. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening at the Foley ROY MORNTNGffTAR Roy Momingttor, 71, of 896 S. Chambers St,, died today at 10:45 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. Funeral services are pending at Hinchlifl>Pearson*West Chapel. MRS. HERBERT LIKES MONMOUTH - Mrs. Herbert Likes, 60, of near Monmouth, died Friday at 1:20 a .m. at Community Memorial Hospital. The former Vergie Adams was born Sept. 29,' 1912 S in Lancaster, Ky., where she was reared and educated. She married Wille Rogers at Lancaster, Ky. She married Herbert Likes on Sept. 23, 1937, at Burlington, Iowa. She was of Baptist faith. Surviving with her husband ?re five sons, William A. Rogers, "El Cajon, Calif., Cecil Likes, Galva, Eugene Likes, Galva, Leroy Likes, Army Drewery, N. H., and Stanley Likes, Galva; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret L. Spaukling, El Cajon, Calif., and Mrs. Darlene Dunn, Monmouth; 22 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; three sisters, Mrs. Amanda Baker and Mrs. Cora Rogers, both of Galesburg, and Mrs. Sylvia Likes, Abingdon, and a brother, Norman Adams, Galesburg. Funeral will be Monday at 3 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home. Burial will be at Oquawka Cemetery. The family will be at Turnbull Chapel Sunday from 7-8 p.m. EARL W. MURPHY SR. MACOMB - Earl Woodston Murphy Sr., 71, of 5629 S. Madison. Tulsa, Okla.. died Friday at 6:17 a.m. at Park Terrace Nursing Home, Tulsa. He had been in failing health several years. He was born May 14, 1902, at Macomb, which he left in 1921 to attend the former Lombard College, Galesburg, where he was an all-America basketball player arid a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity; He was a high school basketball coach 13 years at Dallas City and' three years at Ft. Madison, Iowa. After cpaching, he managed several motels.^';. He married Mary Elizabeth Yost on May 14, 1927. Surviving are two sons, Earl, Jr. of Ft. Madison and Lee Y. of Piano, Tex.; two brothers, Al Ray Murphy, Moline, and Clarence V. Murphy, Middlesboro, Ky.; a sister, Mrs. Beulah D e a m, Caton, and four grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Dodsworth-Wallen- Piper Funeral Home, Macomb, with Rev. Dewitt Ellinwood, HOSPITAL NOTES ^lesbuP9 ,Rcgiste^MQil, Galesburg, HI. Saturday, July 14, 1973 ( )! Mortuary, where prayers will 1 castor of Macomb's Wesley be said at 8 p.rn CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville • Avon London Mills . Jesse D. Kirby Age 76 Bushnell, III. Services: 1:00 P.M. - SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Burial in Roseville Cemetery. Lloyd Rankin ' Age 82 1245 E. South St., Galesburg Services: 3 P.M. - SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation this evening 7:30 to 9 P.M. Burial in Biggsville Cemetery. —o— Mrs. Pearl Schisler Services: Age 68 Roseville 1:30 P.M. - MONDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation from 7:30 to 8:30 Sunday evening. Burial in Roseville Memorial P a r k Cemetery. United Methodist Church, offi dating. Friends may. call at the funeral home after noon Monday. Visitation with the family wiil be Monday from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Burial will be at Oakwood Cemetery, Macomb. Cottage ADMISSIONS TR1DAV: Charles E. White, v ISO W. Second St. Mrs. Margaret J. Swank* . Moon Towers Robert L. Gordon, Abingdon, James F. Smith, 745 Beecher Ave. Roland L. Thomas, 2872 Springer Rd. Mrs. Gertrude L. Holm, Monmouth Mrs. Dianna K. Crouse, 882 N. KeUogg St. , Mrs. Patsy A. Glisah, Avon i Mrs. Marty T. Bllne, « 1157 W. Grove St. Robert C. Jordan, Knoxville Mrs. Nancy A. Booth, . Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. Phyllis F. Rosenberry, 1092 N. Broad St. Mrs. Velvet J. Brunkow, Henderson Dean A. Bailey, Knoxville DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Mrs. Mildred N. Sanquist, Victoria Mrs. Ruth M. Plunkelt, Alpha Mrs. Margaret A. Hannam, 1171 Willard St. Virgil G. Quayle, Alton's Mrs. Marcella A. Harden, 1638 Baird Ave. Penny J. Tracy, 99 Pickard Rd. Mrs. Willie W. Ortery, Abingdon Mrs. Amanda L. Dahlstrom, 833 Wizard St. Walter L. Johnson, •1068 S. Pearl St. Mrs. Patricia G. Reiger, 363 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Ruth H. Logsdon, Macomb Traffic Accidents Richard J. Tilthof, 43, Peoria, was charged Friday by Galesburg police with failing to renr der aid or information at the scene of an accident and driving while intoxicated. The charge came after Tililhof's car struck one driven by Alice M. Fox, 17, 522 Frank'in Ave., at 11:39 a.m. on .the east, side of the Public Stfuare. "Tiihoif allegedly left the scene of that >ac&dent a'nd^'reiportedlly drove to the cornerjof.'..Mens Avenue and Main St«et,' where his car collided ;wiw the back of one driven by Robert J. Olemsoh, 48, Peoria,)pushing it into ah- other vehicle operated; by Kathryn J. Reasor, 23, 234 Blaine Ave. _ ; :r; ".': Jes4e EV Young, 29, North Lake Storey Trailer Court, was cited todays for leaving . the scene of an accident after he came to police headquarters and reportedly admit ted driving the vehicle which struck a parked auto Friday in the 1600 block of North Seminary Street. The mishap occurred at 10:49 p.m. when Young's car hit one owned by Irving H. Koelliiker, White Cloud, Kan. Koe'liker, fatJher-in4aiw of Galesburg City Manager Thomas Herrin", had parked his car near Herring's home. The city manager located' the alleged hit-and -run vehicle and police ordered it impounded. i Mrs. Carolyn S. Douglass, 597 Johnston St. Mrs. Patricia J. Branson, / 363 S. Prairie St. Mrs. Nellie R. Keefer, 2010 Baird Ave. Mrs. Boniface F. Mundwiler, 1301S. Pearl St. Mrs. Florence Stevens, Avon Mrs. Eva A. Andrews, Oneida Mrs. Gladys F. LaFollette, 090 Phillips St. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: James R. Blackburn, 501 S. Chambers St. Ralph Benson, 326 W. Tompkins St. Charles T. Carr, 587 Monmouth Blvd° Roger L. Dawson, 1573 McKnight St. Paul Johnson, 921 Monroe St. Gerald J. Lee, Maquon Robbie T. Sharp, Abingdon Milo E. Shaw, Galesburg Route 2 Robert R. Wilson, 766 Abingdon St. Mrs. Olive A. White, 81 Aliens Ave. DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Paul Johnson, 921 Monroe St. John Cabrera, 906 Pine St. Mrs. Mary A. Wiley, Dahinda Timothy D. Sherman, Abingdon Carlos Prudencio, 2405 Costa Dr. James S. Ward, Laura James E. Wilson, 873 W. Main St. Gary L. Daniels, 1650 Baird Ave. Koerner was reportedly slowing to make a turn and Woodell could not get stopped in time j to avoid the accident. Three young boys stand under sprayers at the H. T. Custer Park wading pool to cool off from Friday's hot weather. The temperature yesterday hit a scorching 92 degrees. Cooler Cooling Off Period weather returned to the Galesburg area today. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) Births Bom at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D. Fleming, 900 W. Dayton St., a girl Friday at 12:42 p.m Today's Record 7:08 a.m. , Traffic Courl Waymon G. Boyd, 21, of near Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Han -JGalcsburg, was fined $150 Fri- mam, Abingdon, a boy today at [day in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for driving while intoxicated. Edward L. Broadfield, 30, Denmark, Iowa, paid $50 for driving without a valid license and' $10 for speeding; Richard R. Ferry, 17, East Moline, paid $65 for speeding. A $100 fine was assessed against Janet C. Horgerty, 19, 1765 Baird Ave., for illegal., transportation of li (,uar.,~. I. Others fined Friday for speed- Circuit Court James L. Roberts, 22, 250 S. Pearl St., was sentenced Friday in Knox County Circuit Court to two weeks in the county jail for resisting a peace officer. He will be released to work. Dean Tumey, 966 N. Cellar,^ Fargusson, 20, Sciot^. St., was fined $100 for battery. Samuel Doggan, 34, 670 S. Kellogg St., and Jack Kane, 57, 358 W. Tompkins St., were each fined $10 for public drunkenness. ell, 19, Good Hope, illegal possession of liquor. ChargctTwith disorderly conduct in cdTTTOion with the original disturbance complaint were Jeffrey C. Dyrck, 19, Bushnell,; Robcrt*Sluirly, .19, Grosso Isle, Mich., a&d Ker- Sheriffs Plea Is Rejected . !. uiners r i" cu r ™% lw ^ cu : lations. All paid $10 fines. DAVENPORT, Iowa (UPI) -»"g were Roger D Parr, 28, of, Fine( j for ] ifcsavin g device John B. Billups. 20, 2lfftSum- ner St., was booked Fryjijy at 11:08 am., for theft under$150 and possession of marijuana. Billups was reportedlj&'secn was HENDERSON COUNTY - 'carrying a knife allegedly stolen Eleven.persons were*fined this week for Conservation law vid- Scott County Sheriff Williain, A. Strout late Friday apparently failed in his bid to receive a leave of absence while criminal proceedings against him are heard. Scott County Attorney Edward Wehr cited a 1988 Iowa attorney general's opinion which prohibits elected county officials from taking a leave of absence and bars county boards of supervisors from granting such leaves. Wehr said Friday night *Jot, C^ld Snots NEW YORK (UPI) ™,„ . ,„ „ ,,. „„„ wis'" that the Scott County w i S « SU "'T' .2' 5 >°ard of Supervisors will meet W S ? uth St., was treated and| next wefik * n strouVs Teq ^ cst for the leave but probably will released from St. Mary's Hos- t_j_„ „ti ii i. i liui nit:, leave um pruuauiy win ^tal today after the motorcycle, . th T £ J F T , he was riding jumped a curb! h y requew oewusc oi uie T h «,in the 100 WcJk of West Water' attorney general s ru,m 8- near Galesburg, $17; Fred J Lahr, 26, Bloorhington, $15; Jackie L. Cook, 17, Abingdon, $20; 'Marlene K. LaGrow, 21, WillJamsfield, $33, and Twala B Magnison, 28, 518 E. Brooks St, $11. Fined $10 for speeding were Robert R. Miner, 35, 403 ,W. South St.; Donald J. Palmer, 28, Peoria; Shirley K. Wessels, 28, A'tona; Richard L. Berry, 41, 1649 W. Main St., and Paul A. violations were Frank J. Jans sen, 50, Biggsvillc; John Todd, 19, Wever, Iowa; William Brock, 58, .Little York; James Hathaway, Monmouth, and Roger Teel, 35, Monmouth. Boat registration violations resulted in $10 fines for Edward Lcary, 20, 445 N. Whitesboro St., Galesburg; Joe G. Howell, 66, Burlington; Keith Fisher, Burlington; John Young, Burlington, and Steven Stewart, 17. Winter, 21, Brentwood Manor. KfiiMisburg Danny L. McDermet, 19,1 William Green, 20, Oquawka, Yates City, paid $10 each for I paid $10 for having no operable driving on a sidewalk and a li- fire extinguisher in a boat. cense classification violation.' Patricia J. LeFcrt, 26, Mon- ''liefl.'; mouth', paid $20 for driving with MONMOUTH - James Hainan expired license. awayi 112 5 s. Second St., rc- Stv Uren , S P0 i 8d Street, and hit a fence, The $trout, a veteran Democratic ; KentL KeUy 19,^|tona, was ported to Friday a 8:3 Friday by the National Weather |mteh|n 00oumA abo t 3;30 la J enforcement officer in east . fined $10 each for driving with p.m. that a fish-ng rod and reel Service, excluding Hawaii and a . m . He was not diarged. erri Iowa, is under 'indictmenti unsafc equipment and a hcense valued at $20 had been stolen chaiged. Alaska, was 107 degrees at Red T . T * ° l .im.m T C/U....... 1ft w earlier 'from.a Galesburg business. Police said they found the marijuana on him during"»a routine search. J Steven Charles Lischwje, 20, 2445 Costa Dr., was booked today .about 5:20 a.m. for trcsist- ing a police officer alter Jan incident earlier in which he fought with police. | Lischwe reportedly leaped into a car parked in a car wash and occupied by a 17 - year - old Galesburg youth about 2:4l) a.m. Policy reported the 17-ydar-old told them Lischwe said lie) loved the youth and tried to hug him. A tussle ensued and the CKH - was accidenlly knocked into gear and rolled from the car wash, where the youth ran from the auto with Lischwe in pursuit. Lischwe was subdued by v ,poliee and taken to a local hospital, |where he was later released and Bluff, Calif. Today's low was 39 degrees at Lewiston, Mont. Jimmie L. Shaw, 19, 789 E i for bribery and embezzlement Hinchliff- i FUNERAL DIRECTORS* 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONfi 343-2101 GALESBUH9 MR. JOSEPH C WITHERSPOOtf - Topeka, Kansas, Graveside services 2 P.M. Sunday at the Mt. Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson, 111. Memorials may be made to the First Presbyterian Church, Topeka, Kan. —o— f MR. ROY MORNINGSTAR - 836 S. Chambers St. Funeral plans pending. Mrs. Mary E. Burns Bashe Orange, N.J. Funeral Services: 10 A.M. - MONDAY ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Sunday afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Mr. Andrew O. tubis lit Division St. Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - TUESDAY At FOLEY MORTUARY. Rev. Constant R. Johnson, Officiating. Friends may call at the t Foley Mortuary. Monday afternoon and evening. Burial in Streator, 111. : Foley MOtTUAlY m N. Broad St. 342-1913 ahd'faces "removal'"proceedings brought by the' State,. Earlier Main St., was cited for" failing to reduce speed' to; avoid an accident after his motorcycle struck the back of a car operated by Michael W. MaLoy, 30, ?43 S. Henderson St., Friday at 5:56 p .m. at the earner of Hen- o Wi*i*ii*i« derson and Sanba-n streets. DOy ?v lulling There were no injuries, fi A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to James L. Norton, 55, Chicago, after his car hit one driven by restriction violation. from a garage ac 208 N. B St. Ruth M. Larson, 42, Knox- Hathaway said the rod w a s villc, and Byrdis O. Sutor, 65, stolen sometime July 4-9. $10 Marilyn Ward. Six persons were aiy&sted Friday and early today fpr dis- Frida°y he'asked for i leTve ofl^taga/ were each fined $10 Marilyn Ward. 77 Lincoln orderly ^ absence to begin Sunday and ^ to ^ «" n ^t of Homes, toldI police Friday ^J^ iL ' F SS^l£^ &™ last until Sept. 30. ' wa V- . ..' .... .. °: * a.m. that a $3o0 stereo pSfLn^ & Registration violations result- he'd been stolen from her lock-|f, PutoMc Square, J ^V d in' $10 fines for Karen D. ed home. She said the burglary jinking and drunk, *po., n mnn 17 CC7 T->a»na»/1 nr>ft i rroi{ cnmplimn hnhvnnn 013X1200. * Battle Against Severe Burns cd Hlman, 17, 667 Bernard and Praxedis Salazar, 22 lice was CHICAGO (UPI) Daniel A. Williams, 26, Daven-jvearrold Luke Dyson Dprt, Friday at 10:50 a.m. at|brought to the burn unit at the |tlon ' the corner of Main and bers streets Deborah A. Stoneking St., occurred sometime between Thursday at 7 p.m. and Friday Jac k Kane, 57, 358 W. Tomp- Others fined $10 Friday were at 10:30 a.m. .Wns St was charged again Michael L. Johnston, 22, 300 E. Fni ^ , at 5 : 5 ? P w ' f ^ ter he r>„,: o< e„\K„„ ,„ „„,i,,™ f ii /was taken into custody*fiear Davis St., fading to reduce l«ir«» H.WIIB :the corner of Broad an2 :K §im^4. speed to avoid an accident was^xi- Lester D. Rawhngs, 24, Ab-ng- e d to a stairwell in the home catcd , patrolmen alleged^ driving with only one 0 f Kenneth Hathaway, 959 S. David Lundstrom, 24, I Cham: UyS Univ'^Uv Me" tea 1 &**%7'***!L ^ T**.?' V ioday'aftV • 'ter las' January with burns 118, , 1151 , .7 L, Vl g An electrlca! ma^inction was a .m. after pa-'ice founB hi „, 17. 419' 0ever 85 nt ^t of hi* bodv l wlth only on « . la ' ,l 'g hut .: ^n,blamed by firefighters who ex- s | ec .ph^ in a cur at Lmi ^k Irwin St.. was cited for failing sSid fh ?Jl «SiJ m i^' Cole ' 29 ' Ch,cag0 ' hitchhik- tin-ui & hod the blaze. '•• • ? to yield the right of way after"™] ^"rtwT' ing; James G. Wyman, 25, 423, Car fi res were ropo her car hit one driven by Garyi ° A 1 ,1IS hurvivai - , jN. Kellogg St., speed restriction MQ :03 p.m. on U.S. J50 a Gary S, Rozynek, 17, 160 Circle Dr., Friday about noon at the corner of Brown Avenue and Dayton Street. Rozynek's car went out of control after the collision, jumped a curb and struck a sign post, police said. A car driven by Mary L. Boone. 38, 1665 W. Waters St.;, backed into one driven by Raymond Thomas, 31, 144 Bandy Ave., Friday at 12:58 p.m. at the corner of Columbus Avenue and Waters Street. There were no charges. MONMOUTH - Wayne L. Woodell, 22, Monmouth, was |cited Friday at 8:20 p.m. with failure to reduce speed to avoid j and a nitrogen diet, which helps an accident. ! replace calories that seep from The pickup truck Woodsll j the burned flesh, was driving west on 111. 1641 "I'm grateful for every about two miles west of Mon- quarter-inch of new skin 1 see mouth struck the rear of a car coming back on Luke," the driven by Russell K. Koerner. j boy's mother said. But the hospital announced Friday that Luke had won the battle against the burns, which covered all of his body except for the top of his head and the soles of his feet. Luke had been playing with a lighted candle near a,gas stove last January when' his night clothes caught fire-. Before his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Dyson of Maple Park, 111,, could stifle the flames, they burned most of his body. Doctors at the burn center credited Luke's recovery to constant care, a new instrument that expands skin grafts violation, and Matilda A Arnold, 18, 800 Bateman St., stop signal violation. Dennis E. Sheley,' 26, 145 Duffield Ave., paid $5 for having no valid wheel tax sticker. HENDERSON COUNTY Fined for speeding here this week were Ruth A. Keever, 29, Gladstone, $12; Anthony Zefo, 38, 162 W. Third St., Galesburg, $10; Harold S. Wathen, 44, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, $14, and Lola M. Predmore, 59, 534 Hawkinson Ave., Galesburg, $10. Others fined $10 were William Wilson, 17, Stronghurst, excessive noise; Coy G. Burk, 22, Little York, driving too fast for conditions and Bobby G. Nelson, 33, Bertrand, Mo., passing violation. p .m. in the first btock of North Ivan Avenue. Firemen extinguished a blaze in an auto belonging to a Peoria Heights man at 10:08 p.m. near Club 19. Damage was heavy. Light loss was reported to a vehicle owned by Erma O'Neal, Strong- burst, on North Ivan Avenue. Abing- 58 im akis Ford, In'-'., Kellogg andjfomp- rted at!kins streets, nd <i:46i James A. Adkins, 49, Chicago, was arrested early this morning in a restaurant after a disturbance. He was intoxicated, .police charged. William H. Asbery, 74^oon Towers, was charged Fnjg&jr at 11:20 a.m. after he wasvlaken into custody—reportedly "drunk —near the comer of Simmons and West streets. REAP THE WANT ADS!. Arrests James David Pearl, 19,1427 E. Knox St., was arrested today shortly before 4 a.m. for possession of marijuana, illegal drugs and liquor after police were called to his apartment to investigate a disturbance. Pearl and several other persons were reportedly causing enough noise that neighbors could not sleep, police said. Others arrested were Donald Kennett, 19, BushnelL possession of marijuana, and Paul Bour- MONMOUTH - A disofcjerly conduct charge was p lajred Friday at 11:15 p.m. against Jeffery D. Allcut, 26, 122 -S. E St. Allcut allegedly created a disturbance at 119 N. Sixth St. Billy L. Harris, 44, Kirljwood, was charged today at §va.m. with disorderly conduct. Harris was picked up upon a warrant. Steven W. Clark, 17, 410 ;N. E St. was taken into custody Friday at 6:15 p.m. for being absent from the Department of Corrections.

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