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MRS. ALICE It. COFFEY AVON - Mrs. Alice R. Coffey, 57, Avon, died Sunday at 7:55 a.m. at the Avon Nursing Home. the former Alice Beard was born Dec. 15, 1915, at New Boston and married John Ash on June 11, 1939. She married Ross Coffey on Sept. 16, 1951, at Carson City, Nev. He died in April 1966. She was graduated from Aledo High School and was employed as a computer technician for Northrop Aircraft, Hawthorne, Calif., for 28 years before retiring in 1970, when she moved to Avon. Suviving are two brothers, Eldon of Avon and Robert of Davenport, Iowa; a sister, Mrs. Frances Sloan, New Boston, and nieces and a nephew. Funeral will be today at 7 p.mi at the Corman Memorial Home, Avon. Burial will be Thursday in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Holly- Wood Hills, Calif. Friends may call at the funeral, home until the hour of service. . aid Schisler and Charles Schisler . JESSE KIRBY BUSHNELL - Funeral for Jesse Kirby, 76, of Bushnell Who died last Thursday, was Sunday at 1 p.m. at Corman Memorial Home, Rosevil\e. Rev. Robert Bryan officiated. Burial was in Roseville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Marvin Kirby, James Kirby, Jack Kirby, Kenneth Kirby, John Kirby and Rex Holeman. LLOYD RANKIN Funeral for Lloyd Rankin, 82, of 1245 E. South St., who died last Friday, was Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, Rosevi\le. Rev. Reuben Ongna officiated. Burial was in Roseville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Wayne Rankin, Dennis Rankin, Larry Lawrence, Lloyd Robertson, Robert Oliver Jr. and Gerald Mills. Honorary pallbearers were Steve NohJ and Les Warren. MRS. PEARL SCHISLER ROSEVILLE — Funeral for Mrs. Pearl Schisler, 68, of Roseville, who died last Friday was today at 1 :30 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. Rev. Donald Skiles officiated. Burial was in Rosevill>e Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lewis Schisler, William Schisler, Robert Schisler, Wilbert Schisler, Cecil Schisler, Donald Schisler, Ger- Whatavtr the ^•au &OccMion Mm ±J WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON Mis 128 N. BROAD 34M121 Mr. Andrew G. Rubis 161 Division St. FuneraJ Services: 2 P.M. - TUESDAY At FOLEY MORTUARY. Rev. Constant R. Johnson, Officiating. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this afternoon and evening. Burial in Memorial Park .Cemetery. —o— Mr. David G. Fitzsimmons 384 S. Seminary St. Funeral Services '9 A.M. - TUESDAY CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Monday evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Augustine Catholic Cemetery. —o— Miss Mary Irene Tracy 986 Lawndalc Funeral Services 10 A.M. - WEDNESDAY CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Tuesday afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph Cemetery. Foley MORTUARY 166 N, Broad St. 342 1913 Claire B. Noblitt, pastor, officiated. Burial was at Oquawka Cemetery. Pallbearers were John and Leslie Stubbs, Junior Coover, Kenneth Jem, Kenneth Smith and George Roberts, Gladstone VFW Post 7082 conducted grave side services. HOSPITAL NOTES Galesbura.ft ^ist^Mgil, Golasburg, lit. Monday, July 16, 1973 *] 5 MRS. ELMER SHEETS Mrs. Elmer (Eleanor) Sheets, 52, of 1644 E. Main St., died Sunday morning at her home. The former Eleanor Jeanette Gottrick was born April 3, 1921, in Galesburg, and married Elmer A. Sheets on Nov. 13, 1942, at Kahoka, Mo. He survives. She was graduated from Galesburg High School. Funera'< will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Burial will, be in Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. ROY MORNINGSTAR Roy Morningstar, 72, of 235 S. Chambers St., died Saturday at 10:45 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He was born Nov. 3, 1900, in Ponemah. He was employed at Galesburg State Research Hospital for 22 years. Surviving is a cousin, Mrs. Jennie Swensen, Monmouth. Graveside services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Monmouth Cemetery. There will be no visitation. : ' MRS. ETHEL BASHE Funeral for Mrs. Ethel Burns Bashe, 81, formerly of Galesburg wiho died last Thursday at Orange, N.J., was today at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Ohurc'h, with Rev. Daniel Mo Caul, pastor, officiating. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Worden, H. R. Burns,i D. W. PoMte, James Lee, Larry Horn and Thomas Heyer. DAVID G. FITZSIMMONS David G. Fitzsimmons, 68, of 384 S. Seminary St., died Saturday at 1 p.m. at his home. He was born March 13, 1905, in Avon. A painter, he retired in 1969. He was a member of Corpus Chcisti Catholic Church and the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Surviving are two brothers, Harold of Galesiburg arid Edward of Louisville, Ky., and a sister, Mrs. J. A. Mitchell, Gales>burg. Funeral wdil be Tuesday at 9 a.m. at Corpus Ohristi Cai'h- O'lic Church. Burial will be in St. Augustine Cemetery. Visitation will be bhis evening at Foley Mortuary, where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. MISS MARY I. TRACY Miss Mary Irene Tracy, 48, of 986 Lawndale Dr., died Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at St. John's Hospital, Springfield. She was born Sept. 3, 1924, in Fulton. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Tracy K. Tracy, Galesburg; a brother, John U. of Quincy, and two sisters, Mrs. Howard (Peg) Risen, Galesburg arid Mrs. Kenneth (Joan) Ebbert, Canton. Funeral wiS. be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Corpus Christi Calho- St Mary's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Peter Craig, Chicago. Paul Lear, Knoxville. Mrs. Rachael Ross, 1556 Oriole Dr. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Mrs. Hazel D. Munson, Monmouth. Mrs. Margaret A. Shell, 1249 Mulberry St. Tcdd Vilardo, Knoxville Route 1. Joe S. Winter, 800 Michigan Ave. Fred Danforth, Abingdon. Edward Huffman, 701 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Elizabeth J. Gones, Knoxville. Mrs. Lilly E. Lindahl, 1995 N. Broad St. Mrs. Anna M. Rogers, 1345 Clay Dr. Miss Kelly R. Quinn, Abingdon. Alfred Lamberti, 810 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Frances A. Wheeler, Wataga. Mrs. Glady P. Murdock, Altona. Mrs. Mary M. McMullen, 1434 Garden Lane. John D. Van Fleet, 818 Olive St. William W. Adair, 1216 Court St. Miss Lois Arnett, 24 W. Fourth St. Mrs. Frances A. Houlihan, 989 E. Fremont St. Lcrell P. Dechow, Abingdon. Mrs. Nellie G. Eustice, 482 S. Soangetaha Rd. Clancey Dyment, Springfield. traffic Accidettls I Arrests Jackie L. Fisher, 19, 363 S. | John M. Durham, 26, 568 W. Prairie St., was treated and re-jSouth St., was arrested Sunday lens^ed from St. Mary's Hospital Sunday after she was hurt when she was a passenger in a car driven by Robert J. Madden, 3, 361 S. Chambers St. Police said Madden's car was hit by one driven by Art Fish, 38, 1221 Garden Lane. The mishap occurred at 6:25 p.m. on the west side of the Public Square. Ann Pritchard, 17,1141 Beecher Ave., was treated at Cottage Hospital Saturday after a mishap shortly after 9 p. m. when living while intoxicated Sun the motorcycle on which she;day shortly after 10 p.m. The ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Willis Alexander, 490 S. Henderson St. Alvarado Guadalupe, 367 E. North St. Mrs. Shirley J. Bowers, 1092 S. Chambers St. Arron Brown, 1097 W. Berrien St. John Cabrera, 906 Pine St. Frank D. Colwell, 705 , Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Flora M. Engstrand, Galva. Cecil Green, Knoxville. Ogden Haynes, 366 Locust St. Mrs. Marian F. Jones, 1085 E. North St. Mrs. Edna E. Kneer, Williamsfield. M : ss Kathleen D. McCoy, 1013 Washington Ave. Mrs. Shirley J. Miller, North Henderson. Daniel E. Naugle, Galesburg Route 3. taxi he was driving was stopped j Births by police near the East Main,^ at Cottage Hospital,to: was involved in a collision with a car driven by Gary L. Taylor, 17, Avoh. The mishap occurred in the 1500 block of North Henderson Street. Operator of the j M0NM0UTH _ naymond L. motorcycle was Richard L. Mc-; Gnrr| 4 , Kirkwood> was Carthy, 18, 1690 S. Seminary St. A ticket for a lane violation was issued to the driver of the car. Police today were searching for a red Volkswagen which reportedly struck a parked auto Saturday about 7:35 p. m. in the 1200 block of Maple Avenue, then left the scene of the mishap. The parked car was owned by Darlene LaPortc, 1287 Maple Ave. A car driven by Howard E. Davis, 69, Abingdon, collided with one operated by Derek R. Carlson, 17, Gilson, Sunday at 1:17 p.m. in the parking lot near the Lake Storey Pavillion. There were no tickets issued. MONMOUTH - Mrs. Deborah Harmon, 19, of 1264 W. North St., Galesburg, received minor injuries Saturday at 9:50 p. m. in a 1-car accident on U. S. 34 GERALD J. LEE HERMON — Funeral for Gerald J. Lee, 16, of Hermon, who died Friday after a motorcycle accident, was today at 2 p.m. at Larson Funeral Home; Abingdon, with Rev. Frank Den-! inger officiating. Burial was in Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Varner, Rickey Varner, Burrell Varner, James Lee, Marvin Gilbert and Rodney Hook. lie Church. Burial will be in) Mrs . Helen I. Peterson, St; Joseph's Cemetery. Visita- Abingdon, tion will'be Tuesday.-afternoon! Miss .Ava hi Pulliam, Abingdon. £nd evening at Foley Mortuary, where prayers -will be said at 1 p.m. Mitchell Asks For Dismissal Of Charges Miss Michelle Sullivan, Monmouth. Iva Stewart, 529 W. Tompkins St. i Michael L. Wheeler, Wataga. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Mrs. Raohael C. Ross, 1556 Oriole Dr. (Donald L. Doubet, Williamsfield. Julian A. Mitchell, 987 N. NEW YORK (UPI) - For-| Ar f h rSlSnson, Abingdon, mer Attorney General John N.! Mrs , Ellen L. Johnson, Mitchell requested dismissal i 121 Dietrich Ave. CLYDE CHAP1N OQUAWKA - Funeral . forj M ™n d ~y 0 f~"his~"~per.juryand'Ernest" pTe'rson,"Knoxville. C 4 yde Chapin, 77, of Oquawka (conspiracy indictment, on the Mrs.. Erma M. Johnson, who died last Thursday, was Saturday at 2 p .m. at Oquawka United Methodist Church. Rev. Mausoleums and Monuments 1801 W. Main St '•alrsburg, 111 Phone 342-6512 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS George Thomas Hunt RR 1, Dahinda Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY DAHINDA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call this 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. ground that the Watergate hearing would make it impossible for him to receive a fair trial. If his motion for dismissal fails, Mitchell asked that he then be tried in another federal district and that the trial, now scheduled for Sept. 11, be delayed indefinitely. It was the second motion for dismissal filed by Mitchell in a week. On July 9, the eve of his appearance before the Senate committee investigating Watergate, he sought dismissal on the grounds of improprieties by federal prosecutors before the grand jury. Mrs. Dorothy L. Boone, Knoxville. 1 Mrs. Melvina L. Shelton, . I 1463 E. Main St. .Carrie L. Allen, Monmouth. jDenise Ann Johnson, Galva. Catherine A. Heck, ! 543 Iowa Ave. ! DISMISSALS SUNDAY: ;Carleton Hamerlund, 232 N. I Whitesboro St. Michael G. Elliott, 1608 Brown Ave. Mrs. Violet I. Stratton, 1084 W. South St.. Mrs. Barbara E. Liscnbee, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Diane B. Thorkvcen, 875 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Linda M. Parkins, ' Berwick., Mrs. Helen M. Anders, 1065 Huber Ave. ..... ... t .Mrs. Betty J. Meiner, chasing the bank stock, said to- ]060 s chambers St. day ' wevc made an offer to| Mrs Pats A GH Avm the large stockholders. Every j Mrs .-velvet j B runkow, Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Mrs. Nancy A. Hannam, Abingdon. Mrs. Z. Jeanette Sargent, Swaycee, Ind. Mrs. Natalie M. Dalton, 1791 McMaster Ave. Mrs. Joyce A. Darby, im Washington St. LaVerne E. Larson, Toulon. Mrs. Karen S. Kemp, 52 W Losey St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Bruce L. Titus, 1560 McKnight St. Albert A. Wall, 493 E. Fourth St. Mrs. Lillian L. Shaw, Abingdon Mrs. Susan L. Adams, Viola. Mis. Robbie Malcolm, Knoxville. Mrs. Martha E. Wicks, Monmouth. Mrs. Rita J. Boyd, Abingdon. Keisha R. Harris, 578 E. North St. Mrs. Grace F. Worland, 248 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Beverly J. Anderson, Gilson. Mrs. Ruth A. Hendrickson, Altona. Mrs. Loretta M. Winkler, 1690 Beecher Ave. Raymond A. Ekstrom, 1057, Garden Lane. William H. Ott, Dahinda. Mrs. Sally Glossip, 486 N. West St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Susan A. Copeland, 981 Brown Ave. Mrs. Rebecca S. Friedrick, Avon. David W. Nelson, 1775 Clay Dr, hvin C. Cherrington, 1897 Robertson Ave. Toddy E. Kobel, Monmouth. Carl L. Buck. 129 Fulton St. Raymond J. Bernhart, Avon. Mrs. Daisy B. McMaster, Yates City. R. William Powell, 1025 E. Fremont St. Jonna R. Adcox, 766 Clark St. Mrs. Elissa L. Burleson, 65 Locust St. Ncrbert G. Smith, Abingdon. Mrs. Dorothy M. Morris, 228 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs. Ina L. Glisan, Avon. ! Robert W. Horaney, 104 I Walnut Ave. I Mrs. Judith A. Carlson, I Knoxville. . 'Mrs. Florence M. Todd, Galva.'car struck a cow on a gravel road about six miles east of Monmouth, Mrs. Ward was southbound when a black cow at 7:33 p.m. for driving while intoxicated and illegal transportation of liquor. He was charged after his car was stopped in the 700 block of West South Street. A police squad car allegedly followed Durham's auto for some distance, observing his erratic driving and signaling him to pull over to the curb. Blondell C. Smith, 62, 1458 E. Main St., was arrested for Traffic Cottift KNOX COUNTY - Fined Saturday in Traffic Diviswn. of Knox County Circuit Courfwere Leslie D. Goff, 38, WWBhull, $12; Charles E. Barbour, 34, 1145 E. Berrien St., $17*Bernard D. Robertson, 24, 80bbilc City, $18, and Charles E.**Taylor, 1269 N. West St., fj£. Garnet B. Huber, 27, «;near Galesburg, was fined ^10\ for not having a valid fishing license, and Steven L. Duerre, 23, 392 S. Farnham was fined $10 for disobeying-a stop sign. ,rr< Street. 1-74 interchange. charged Saturday at 2:10 p.m. with driving while intoxicated. A charge of driving while intoxicated was also placed against Clifford A. Brock, 64, 809 W. Archer Ave., Sunday at 1:45 a.m. Fire; Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to the scene of a motorcycle 'accident Saturday about 9:20 p.m. when the wrecked bike burst into flame. Loss to the motorcycle was heavy. The mishap occurred in the 1500 block of North Henderson Street. There were no injuries from the fire. Firemen extinguished a fire in a tree Saturday at 8:23 p.m. in the 300 block of East North Street. No loss was reported. , Firemen investigated <a trash about 11 miles cast of Mon- fira Sunday at 7:15 p.m. in the mouth. , 900 block cf South Kellogg She was admitted to Com- Strcc(> Thcrc was no | oss _ Mr. and Mrs. Bill B,,,,Friedrick, Avon, a boy Sunday at 7:49 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Copeland. 981 Brown Ay,e., a girl Sunday at 12:50 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Kemp, 52 W. Losey St., a girfcSunday at 4:41 p.m. ini Mr. and Mrs. William II. Underwood, 2230 N. Broad, St., a boy today at 8:06 a.m .'.w* ALEDO—Mr. and Mr*!"Richard Hart arc the parents of a son, Robert William, born July 4 at Mercer County HSR>itai, Alcdo. Maternal grandtfifi'ents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Patterson, Alexis. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. .vWlliam Hart, North Henderson • * munity Memorial Hospital for observation and treatment. Her condition was reported today as satisfactory. Mrs. Harmon was Firefighters were called to investigate a blaze Sunday at 9:24 p.m. in the 1000 block of East North Street. The fire was al- ariving n « «^ ln ™'«» "j. re ady out and no Joss occurred, struck a large animal on the f j' ,>• • d road. The animal was not|"" c aum -" ucs ^ 1C >found, and police^said War -j MONMOUTH - Firefighters mon was unable to determine I mado ^ rUM owr whether it was a horse or a cow. Mrs. Marilyn Ward, 38, 77 Lincoln Homes, escaped injury Saturday at 9:20 p. m. when her ran into her path. She told po- icc she applied her brakes, but was unable to avoid hitting the end, but very little damage resulted from any of the blazes. Firemen went Saturday at 10:36 a.m. to Torlcy Hardware, 701 N. Main St., \o clean up gasoline spilled on the driveway. About two hours later, they were called to the John Lovdahl residence, 327 N. F St., to V* lJ.-» UllCllkS«V fcV M'vi^i ••"»'»'— 'O If I'll . animal. The cow ran off, and!remove smoke from a skillet the owner has not been deter- •WMCU had caught on fire. m j ne[ j 1 Sunday at 11:36 a.m., firemen Cars driven by Roger F. Kel- extinguished a grass fire at the legg, 19, 409 S. Fifth St., and "cme of John Vellonga, 415 E. Reginald W. McMains, 23,- Little Ycrk, were involved in a 2-car collision Sunday at 7:02 p.m. in the 500 block of East Broadway. Kellogg reportedly start- Fifth Ave. Sunday at 8:30 p.m., they were called to the 900 block of West Broadway where wiring in a car operated by Jim Bresna- Abingdon. Bank- (Continued From Page 2)- FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET GAUS6UA8 St. MR ROY MORNINGSTAR - 235 S. Chambers Graveside services 10 A.M. Tuesday at Monmouth Cemetery, Monmouth, 111. There will be no visitation. -0— MRS ELMER A. SHEETS - 1644 E. Main St. Services 10 AM. Wednesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chape. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the Chapel. Burial at Knoxville Cemetery, Knoxville, 111. CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville - Avon London Mills Mrs. Ali«« R. Coffey Age 57 Avon Services 7 P.M. - MONDAY (This Evening) CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, AVON Burial Thursday Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Hollywood Hills, Calif. thing seems to be going smoothly, and both sides appear happy with the deal. I expect the sale 0 be consummated within 30 r la ,, ! ;: ." . \ , "We think Galesburg has tremendous growth potential." lie said. "If multi-unit holding comDanv banking becomes a reality in this state, then it will be beneficial for a group of medium-sized banks to join forces so thev can compete against larger banks." Since Coinimunity is the only bank c 1 the north side of Galesburg, did the group consider the proposed Sandburg Mall as a step toward profitability? "When you're in the banking business you consider everything." Acker smiled. Weber said executive personnel at the bank will remain the same. However, he added that he will probably resign later Iposlure ^ESs suffered"" because for "business reasons." J. Waterfiate Acker's son, Kevin, who has, .« Therebis " less inclination to •a master's degree in banking. thi R th t for example) the lis expected to become one of the bank's ©fleers in early fall. Henderson. Mrs. Connie L. Chandler, Berwick. Mrs. Veronica Fleming, 900 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Wendy M. Seward, Knoxville. Congressman: Bug Scandal Hurts Action WASHINGTON (UPI) - Efforts to pass President Nixon's revenue sharing proposals have lost some "zip" because of the Watergate scandal, according to Rep. John Anderson, R-Ill. Anderson, chairman of the House Republican Conference, said Sunday the "presidential ed to make a U-turn and struck!nan was burning. Fire Chief the McMains car which was j Virgil Nelson said I he only dam- so westbound. Kellogg was:age was to the wiring, charged with making an improper turn. John E. Flatt, 42, Alexis, was charged Saturday at 12:20 p. m. with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Flatt was driving north oh Main Street when his car struck the back of one operated by Harold Erics;on, 71, 1339 Lincoln Road. Ericsen had stopped his car behind a camper operated by Leonard W. Roberts, 33, Matherville, which was halted for the Ninth Avenue traffic signal. The impact shoved the Ericson car into the back of the camper. Powder Puff Derby Fliers Near Finish Heavy Ratiis, Flash Floods Soak Texas By United Press International • Heavy rains soaked the San Antonio, Tex., area focajhird straight day today, raising the levels of aire a d y'-swollen streams and triggeriijg.'I'flash flood warnings. A large area of tluinder,show- ers stretched from southern Texas, across eastern -Texas and into the lower Mississippi Valley early today. New rains ^resulted iri,',',a. flash flood warning early fothjy in the areas west of Austin, -Tex., and in the areas north and' west of San Antonio. A few thundershowers,, also lingered along the Virginia and Carolina coasts early today and in the southern Rockies'and the southern and central '.'gateau regions. Fog was widespread elver the northeastern portion «''of the nation, shrouding an area: from the eastern Ohio Vallcy r, artd the southern Appalachians,,;^) the middle Atlantic Coast states and southern New England. Visibilities were reduced to near zero in portions ^)f, West Virginia, Kentucky atid. u Ncw York state. Fog also shrouded the"Pacific Coast. • Elsewhere, fair skiqs, £wcre the rule with the exception of some patchy cloud covers associated with areas of M thundershower activity. ; J Cool weather reigned over the northern Great Lakes, where i Children Drown In Mississippi ! ALBANY, 111. (UPI) ; children drowned Sunday when they were swept under the water while wading in the Mississippi River, authorities said. I The victims were identified jas Melissa Schreiber, 5, daugh- President can very soon translate into law his rather far j sweeping reforms, his New j Federalism programs, his six .'different revenug sharing pro igrams for example—the substi- Twotutes for the present categorical forms of federal aid," Anderson 1 shire, said. "I think there's less push behind it. A little of the zip has gone out of that program because of the obvious political Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Linda Diana Bliven, 21, 1366 Russell Ave., and John M. Fike Jr., 23, 962 McClure St. Janet Florence Allen, 21, of near Abingdon, and Lawrence Eugene Schenk, 26, of near Mt. Sterling. Patsy Ann Dahlstrom, 17, 269 N. Seminary St., and Floyd Virgil LaGrow Jr., 1540 Moshier Ave. HENDERSON COUNTY- Freda Kaye Ladeas and Danny Allen Brockett, both of Burlington. Peggy Ann Carner, Stronghurst, and Donald Lee Wood, Smithshire. Rebecca Nell Brownlee, Alexis, and George William Rowley, Seaton. Alisa Marie Graham, Carman, and David E. Avery, Smith- ELMIRA, N.Y. (UPI) - With only one day of flying time left, dozens of planes swept eastward today toward the finish line in the 27th annual Powder Puff Derby air race for women. By Sunday night, 26 single- . and twh>engine aircraft had' Hie mercury clipped intg the 40s completed the transcontinental (early today. I race. To qualify, planes must! Early morning temperatures finish by 6 p.m. today. |ranged from 43 at ( , bolli The first plane, a Bccehcraft|Bradford. Pa., and Sawver Air Bonanza with Helen Wilke of j Force Base al Myi quelle, Dallas and Kathy Long of lrv-;Mich., to 95 at Needles,,,Calif, ing, Tex., aboard, landed late Saturday at the Chemung Coun ty Airport. Twenty-five others followed Sunday. Because of the handicapping system used, the winner of the 2,542-mile race will not be announced until Wednesday, offi-MUPl) - A former""Irish Olympic runner 'Sunday claimed a record for walking across Death Valley, saying he Hnniier Walks Death Valley r SCOTTY'S CASTLE," Calif. cials said. Officials said eight of the original 102 planes entered in the race have dropped out. Those remaining in contention are scattered across the country from Niagara Falls to Prcs- cott, Ariz made the crossing to' protest "British occupation of Northern Ireland and U.S. complicity with Britain." ••; • John Kelly, 43, said he Restores Church lowed to fly at night, took off from Carlsbad, Calif., Friday. The winner will receive $5,000. Legion Leader Offers Plan HARLESTON, W. Va. (UPI) — National American Legion I Commander Joe L. Matthews NYACK N.Y (UPI) -I has proposed formation of ter of Larry Schreiber of Thom- ! damage that has been caused Actress Helen Hayes has given;close 'Ues with jetoans groups en„ onw Mi^n* n„„ a h.,o fihw w fl tPrMte." more than $13,000 to restore a in Eastern Europe, /vvnue son, and Michelle Donahue, 6, by Watergate." more than $13 .... Qin , Qinino his nrpani/ation'ate Anderson related his views in 1140-year-old church in Cold 1 maintaining his organization, die Springs, N.Y., it was announced Sunday. imunism. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Donahue of Camanche.ja UPI Washington Window in Iowa. Iterview. The planes, which are not al-j covered the 120 miles from a Shoshone Indian village 1 6ft one side of the desert basin to Scotty's Castle in 34 hours 11 minutes, arriving Sunday afternoon. Temperatures raWged up to 110 degrees during the hike. The old record was two'days, 15 hours, he said. •• • Kelly said he had 'chosen Death Valley to dramatize the Irish cause on the grounds that "because of British aggression, Northern Ireland is a-'-wasteland, therefore, it is app'rbpri- ...»— 0 —„ to symbolize this by "is not going soft on com- walking through an American " I wasteland." »•> <•

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