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DEATHS E. Ft. ROBERT E. WOOD MONMOUTH - Robert Wood, 67, & resident of Worth, Tex., for the past eight years, died at a hospital there Sunday at 11:45 p.m. He was born Sept. 15, 1906, at Des Moines, Iowa. He was graduated from the University of Iowa. He married Patricia Pierce. He operated a gift store in Ft. Worth. He was a member of First United Presbyterian Church, Sigma Nu Fraternity and Rotary and was a 32nd degree Mason. Surviving with his widow are two sons, Robert P. of Houston, Tex., and S. John of East Craltisbury, Vt.; a daughter, Mrs. John A. Scott, Portland, Ore.; three grandchildren, and a sister, Miss Helen Wood, Des Moines. Graveside services will be at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery; the Twinlbull FUner- al Home wii announce the time. MRS. VADA FORBES CAMERON-Mrs. Vada Alice Forbes, 74, Cameron, died Monday at 7:20 p.m. at Community Memorial Hospital. The former Vada Alice Ingram, was born March 11, 1899, in Floyd Township. She attended Monmouth High School and Western Illinois University, Mar comb. She married James A. Forbes on June 22, 1929, at Peoria. He died in 1984. She was a retired teacher, a member of Cameron Christian Church and its CWF, the NRG Club, Warren County and the National Associations of Retired Teachers and Cameron Rebekah Lodge 43. Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. L. B. (Mary) Fox, Neoga, Mrs. Cllaire (Dorothy) Taibb, WilUamsfield, Mrs. Frances Whatever the t Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florisb 128 N. BROAD 34M121 Miss Mary Irene Tracy 986 Lawndale Funeral Services 10 A.M. - WEDNESDAY CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph Cemetery. Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 3121913 Bootnhower, Modesto, Calif., and Mrs. Darwin (Rachael) Barnes, Peoria. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Turribull Funeral Home. Burial will be at War' ren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the Turnbull Chapel Wednesday and Thursday until the hour of the service. MISS JUNE E. RAY PHOENIX, Ariz. - Funeral for Miss June E. Ray, 80, of Phoenix, formerly of Galesburg, 111., who died June 6, Was June 9 at the Chapel of Memories, A. L. Moore and Sons, Phoenix. The body was cremated. She was born June 10, 1893, in Monmouth. She was educated in Galesburg schools and was graduated from Galesburg High School. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Myra Beckner, Phoenix. MRS. HERBERT LIKES MONMOUTH - Funeral for Mrs. Herbert Likes, 60, of near Monmouth, who died Friday, was Monday at 3 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. Allan Mason, pastor of First Congre gational Church, Galva, officiated. Burial was at Oquawka Ceme tery. Pallbearers were Paul and Richard Wheelhouse, Rubin Ceja, Fred and John Carrasom and Gary Burnett. Frailey. Wataga, and a cousin, Mrs. Dorothy LaFoUette, East Galesburg. Funeral will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the funeral home. MRS. WILLIAM L. PETERSON Mrs. William L. Peterson, 56 of 975 E. Fremont St., died today at 6 a.m. at her home. The former E. Wihna Bell was born May 26, 1917, in Rutland, and married William L Peterson on Jan. 21, 1939, in Big Clifty, Ky. She worked for the F. W. Means Co. for 22 years, retiring in 1970. She attended Galesburg Holi ness Chapel. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. John (Sandra) Whitson, Galesburg; two brothers, Straus and Carman Bell both of Galva; a haV-brother, Robert Bell, Geneseo; a sister Mrs. Arnold (Nedra) Hatfield of Kentucky; three half-sisters, Mrs. Earl (Catherine) Cope land, Altona, and Evalee and Dorothy Bell, both of Galva and five grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial will be at Me morial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday from 7 p.m. at the chapel. MRS. RUBY J. GIBBS KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Mrs. Ruby J. Gibbs, 86, of Knoxville who died last Friday at Good Samaritan Home, was Sunday at 2 p.m. at Martin Fu neral Home, Knoxville, with Dr. Robert F. White officiating. Burial was in Westfall Ceme tcry. Pallbearers were William Holcomb, Sterling Saline, Robert G. Milroy, R. H. Craig and John W. Curry. WILLIAM F. BROWN Funeral, for William F Brown, 68, of 835 Wisconsin Ave., who died Thursday at Cottage Hospital,, was Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev, Jdin R. Shearer officiating. Burial was in East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jerry Blaekwell, Leroy Webb, Lee Hodges, Lawrence Lentz, Jay Mahnesmith and Bobby Rhoades. MRS. AGNES HUBER EAST GALESBURG - Mrs. Agnes Marie Huber, 72, of 212 State St., died Monday at 8 p.m. at her home. The former Agnes Marie Frailey was born Sept. 6, 1900, in Illinois, and married Roscoc Huber on June 22,1944, in Galesburg. Surviving are a brother, Ralph MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Agnes Marie Huber 212 State St. East Galesburg Funeral Services 10:30 A.M. - THURSDAY at the Funeral Home where friends may call Wednesday evening. Interment in Memorial Park Cemetery. CLYDE L. BARTON ALPHA - Clyde L. Barton 71, of Alpha, died Monday at 11:45 p.m. at Moline Public Hospital. He was born Dec. 30, 1901, in Missouri, and married Edith Wittmyer on Dec. 20, 1924, at Des Moines, Iowa. He lived in Alpha for 35 years and worked at the John Deere East Moline works. He was a member of Alpha Baptist Church. Surviving are his widow seven sons, Kenneth, Roy, Gene and Harold, all of Alpha, Pan of Viola. George of Sherrar and David of New Windsor; 18 grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Funeral will be Thursday at .1:30 p.m. at Peterson-Wallin- Knox Chanel, Alpha. Burial will be in Aloha Cemetery. Friends mav call Wednesday from 7 to 9 n.m. at the funeral home. Memorials mav be made to the American Cancer Society and mav be left at the funeral Home, the family said. HOSPITAL NOTES GaleSbufflJtegister : Moil, Golesburfl, Tuesday. July 17, 1973 * 15 • iiiiii i .rtinMiifrr .l .ii itWifiiiif • flii. ifl Willi ill' J,k„^t.mim Wtm ii. Urn mi i •• St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: MfS. Gladys V. Berg, 17 N. Henderson St. Mrs. Hilda F. Botruff, 148 N. Ivan Ave. Mrs. Myrna M. Cannon, •TON. Cedar St. Mr*. Patricia J. Cook, Maquon Larry R. Devlin* Gerlaw Alvln H. Donaldson, Maquon Mrs. Garnett M. Hornbaker, Prairie City Mrt. Helen L. Jones, 2401 N. Broad St. Frank Lundholm, 214 S. Academy St. Mrs. Maxine Muehe, 1365 Clay St. Mrs. Anna Pennebaker, 71 darfield Ave. Philip R. Ryan, Knoxville David A. Schumacher, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Margaret A. Shell, 1249 Mulberry St. Miss Anita M. Smith, WilUamsfield Edward C. Strafford, 326 W. North St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Boyd Hunt, 1257 Monroe St. Andrew C. Shumakcr, 866 Avenue B Harry V. Tarr, Abingdon Mrs. Vickie J. Brown, 795 E. Third St. Robbie Todd Sharp, Abingdon Mrs. Dorothy fi. Campbell, 191 Blaine Ave* Arron Brown, 1087 Berrien. St. tery, with Dr. Joseph Hoffman pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating, Today's Record t AURELIUS J. JOHNSON Aurelius J. Johnson, 77, of 1181 Woodbine Circle, died Monday at 12:32 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. He was born March 1,1896, in Viola. He lived near Galesburg for 22 years before moving to the city. He farmed all his life, and was a member of First Lutheran Church. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Inez Shapley, Galesburg, and Mrs. Alice Hanson, Oneida. Funeral will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at Hinohliff-Pearson- West Chapel. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the chapel. Memorials may be made to First Lutheran Church, the family said. DAVID G. FITZSIMMONS Funeral for David G. Fitzsimmons, 69, of 384 S. Seminary St.. who was found dead Sat- urdav at his home, was todav at 9 a.m. at Corous Chrisli Catholic Church, with Rev. John Lynch officiating. Burial was at St. Augustine Cemetery. Pallbearers were Chester A. Sharick, Edward Worden, Donald Temole, Bennv °ftlmer. William Mitchell and To ^n M'*"hel|. Rev. Michael Arms officiated at the mittal. service. MRS. MAUDE D. BUTTORFF FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. Mrs. Maude D. Buttorff, 85, formerly of Galesburg, died Saturday in a nursing home in Ft. Lauderdale. The former Maude Eaton was born Feb. 24, 1888, in Atlanta, 111., and married William S. Buttorff. She lived in Ft. Lauderdale 25 years. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Roberts, Ft. Lauderdale, two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial will be in Little York Cemetery. Friends may calil at the funeral home Thursday from 10 a.m. until time of service. ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Thomas M. Bates, 1038 Beechef Ave. Mrs. Velvet J. Brunkow, Henderson Glenn H. Campbell, 653 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Audrey J. Cook, 1191 E. Main Si Kenneth S. Davis, Avon Route 1 Donald E. Dredge, Gilson Mrs. Frances A. Henley, Galesburg Route 2 Michael L. Jackson, 1849 Bluebird Dr. Carl D. Kennett Jr., 3048 W. Losey St. Mrs. Jean R. Kimble, 172 Madison St. Mrs. Rhonda J. Under, 1447 E. Fremont St Mrs. Mary F. Martin, Monmouth Mrs. Lona M. Mings, Prairie City Willard I. Nelson, Victoria R. Craig Parker, 1137 Dayton Dr. Angela D. Peterson, New Windsor FTed C. Rector, Yates City Mrs. Connie S. Rucker, 1706 Baird Ave. David T. (Todd) Shumaker, 1971 Newcomer Dr. Melody Taylor, 1476 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Janet K. Underwood, 2230 N. Broad St. Mrs. Mary L. Yoder, 667 E. Grove St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Margaret G. Homer, London Mills Mrs. Sandra K. Krohn, East Galesburg Willis S. Parker, 1025 Brown Ave. Mrs. Joyce A. Darby, 2216 Washington St. Mrs. Melvina L. Shelton, 1463 E. Main St. Mr?. Rose E. Shanebeck, Avon Mrs. Sigrid I. Howard, Avon Ray R. Grosolaude, 255 W. Tompkins St. James L. Dickcrson, Abingdon Mrs. E. Bernice Rodda, 537 E. South St. R. William Powell, 1025 E. Fremont St. Mrs. Vcrna E. Jaquet, Galva Mrs. Lucy A. Nache, 419 Lawrence Ave. Aledo Youth Dies Monday In Wreck Hinchliff- i FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FI,EMONT STREET fHON£ 343 2101 GALES8UR0 MRS. ELMER A. SHEETS - 1644 E, Main St. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the Chapel, Burial at Knoxville Cemetery, Knoxville, 111. —o™ MR, AURELIUS J. JOHNSON - 1181 Woodbine Circle. Services 10 A.M. Thursday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First Lutheran Church. MRS. MAUDE D. BUTTORFF - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, formerly of Galesburg. Services 1 P.M. Thursday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call 10 A.M. Thursday until hour of service. Burial at Little York Cemetery. MRS. WILLIAM L. PETERSON - 975 E. Fremont St. Services 10 A.M. Friday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call Thursday evening ait the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MR. RAY R. GROSCALUDE — Moon Towers. Services to be arranged. ANDREW RUBIS Funeral for Andrew Rubis, 77. of 161 Division St., who died ^rida" at St. Mary 's Hosoital, ivas todav at 2 p.m. at Foley Mortuary, with Rev Constant ToHnson. oastor of Trinity Lu­ theran Church, officiating. Burial was at, Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were A. f<. Colloov, Chester Sharick, M. S. Fow'er. Georse Nicholas, ^cries R. Lind and John Galiher. WILLIAM A. HARTMAN JR. William A. Hartman Jr., 61, com-'of Peoria, formerly of Galesburg, died.Monday a.t 5 p.m. at John Cochran Veteran's Hospital, St. Louis. He was born in 1912 in Lincoln, Neb. He later moved to Galesburg, and was graduated from Galesburg High School. He later moved to Kewanee and then to Peoria. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Hadiman; two sons, John of Peoria and Rober 4 M. of California; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Duby and Mrs. Seth (Caroline) Saxer, both of Prescott, Ariz.; two brothers, John L. of Decatur and Paul R. of I RAY R. GROSCLAUDE Galesburg, and nieces and neph- I Ray R. Grosclaude, 58, of.ews Moon Towers, died Monday at 5 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. He was born April 6, 1915. Services are pending at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. ROY MORNINGSTAR Graveside services for Roy Morningstar, 72, of 235 S. Chambers St., who died Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital, were today at 10 a.m. at Monmouth Ceme- Funeral will be at Visitation Catholic C h u r c h, Kewanee, Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Visitation will be Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. at Cavanagh and Sdhueneman Funeral Home, Ke wanee. Wake service will be Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Kewanee. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. WJL.JC nox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MR. CLYDE L. tARTON Age 71 of Alpha Services 1:30 P.M. - THURSDAY AT PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX FUNERAL HOME in ALPHA where friends may call 7-9 P.M. Wednesday evening. Memorials for the Cancer Fund may be left at the home. Burial in Alpha Cemetery. ALEDO — An Aledo youth be came Mercer County's second traffic fatality of the year Monday at 11 a.m. on III. 17 two miles west of Viola. James S. Gilliland, 19, was killed when the auto he was a passenger in collided with one driven by Roy Smith, 65, of Winter Haven, Fla. Gilliland and Gary Franks, 22, were westbound in a car driven by Cecil Thorndike, 20, also of Aledo. Police said Thorndike swerved into the left lane of the highway when a pick-up truck cut in front of him while making a left turn onto the Gilchrist Road. The Thorndike auto then turned sideways before being struck by the eastbound Smith vehicle. Thorndike's car went into the ditch, stopped and burst into flames, police said. Mercer County Coroner Bob Fippinger pronounced Gilliland dead at the scene at 11:10 a.m. Death was attributed to skull fracture. Mr. Gilliland was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gilliland of near Aledo. He was born Nov. 16, 1953, in Aledo. He graduated from Aledo High School and was a student at the University of Illinois. A Methodist Church, Aledo, he member of the First United was employed for the summer at the Dean Frye Construction Co. Surviving are his parents; two brothers, Rev. Paul Gilliland, Taylor Ridge, and Brian, at home; a sister, Ellen, also at home; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Glenn Gilliland, and paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. J. Webb Brown, both of Aledo, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Rutledge, Cerro Gordo. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Aledo. with Rev. O. J. Hensley officiating. Burial will be in Aledo Cemetery. Visitation will be todav from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Riser Chapel, Me'lo. Memorials may be made to the Student Ministers' Fund, 'he family said. Traffic Court KNOX COUNTY - Paul A. Baughef, 36, 678 Day St., was sentenced Monday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court to seven days in the county jail for driving with a revoked license. Sentenced to two years on probation for driving with a revoked licenie was Dewey R, Collins, 43, 82 Pine St Dorothy Dkkerson, 1074 W. South St., was fined $200 for battery. Fined for disorderly conduct were Jeffrey C. Dyrek, Bushnell, $25, Kerry G. Fargusson, Sciota, $25, and Robert F. Shurly, Grossc Isle, Mich., $25. Fined for speeding were Art Fish, 36,1221 Garden Lane, $11; Shmuel L. Caldwell, 22, 1765 Beecher Ave., $18; John M. Rowland, 22, of near Galesburg, $30; Carl R. Meline, 17, 1557 N. Cedar St., $30, Billie J. Brad ford, 21, Lincoln St., $10. Jack L. Snyder, 40, 1443 N. Cherry St., was fined $10 for failure to yield the right of way. Fined $10 each for disobeying traffic signs were Roger C. Brown, 20, 610 Peck St., and Robert C. Henness, 19, 1021 E Losey St. Samuel H. Johnson, 53, of Indiana, was fined $10 for dis orderly conduct, and William D. Schmmin, 21, Peoria, was fined $20 for use of fictitious license plates. MONMOUTH-Fined Monday in Warren County Traffic Court for speeding were Kenneth W. Nelson, 33, Wilmington, $12; Lon J. Helton, 22, Chicago Heights, $10; Francis S. Booaie, 31, Ft. Madison, Iwa, $10; Raymond L. Garrison, 41, Kirkwood, $10, and Dwight. K. Lybarger, 50, 1006 E. Franklin Ave., $10. Other $10 fines were levied against Miss Celinda S. Skinner, 17, 715 E. Third Ave., right of way violation; Louis I. Wilson, 31, 1420 S. D St., right of way violation, and John E. Flatt, 42, Alexis, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. McDONOUGH COUNTY Fines were paid last week in Traffic Division of Circuit Court by Michael W. Kirby, 22, Prairie City, Nancy J. Lefler, 24, Blandinsville, and John D. Akers, 20, Prairie City, all $10 for speeding; Gregory A. Yocum, 22, 554 N. Dean St., Bush- ncll, $10, improper starting of parked vehicle, and Sharon McKeown, 16, BlandinsviVe, $10, failure to yield the fight of way at a stop intersection. Others paying fines were Douglas K. Hcrzog, 18, Industry, $10, loud and unnecessary noise with a motor vehicle; Hugh N. Stcgall, 25, of near Bushncll, $10, disobeying a traffic signal; Robert A. Phelps, 16, Prairie City, $15, careless driving; Christy J. Mathewson, 16, 375 S. Front St., Bushncll, $20, license invalid for curfew, and Danny J. Friday, 19, Adair, $12, speeding. Janice K. Detrick of near Blandinsville on grounds of mental citielty. The couple was mat* fled. Oct. 17, 1971, and had one child. Custody was awarded to the mother. Arrests Henry Coleman Jr., 24,845 W. First St., was charged by Galesburg police with battery following an incident at the Giant Food Store, 735 W. Main St., Monday at 3:20 p.m. David M. Myers, 17, 1289 S. Kellogg St., was charged with possession of cannabis after he was arrested at 291 Sumner St. Monday at 7:26 p.m. Samuel H. Johnson, 53, Maryland, Ind., was charged with disorderly conduct—public intoxication—after he was arrested in the 300 block of South Seminary Street Monday at 4 :22 p.m. MONMOUTH - DonaW Ketchum, 26, Kirkwood, was charged today at 2:56 a.m. with driving while intoxicated and criminal damage to property. Tliefls MONMOUTH - John Schantz, 322 W. Second Ave., reported to police Monday at 8:05 a.m. that a redwood table and four chairs with a total value of $115 had been stolen from his patio. He said the furniture was taken between Sunday at 10:30 p.m. and Monday at 2 a.m. READ THE WANT ADS! Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - Seven divorces have been granted in Circuit Court on complaints charging mental cruelty. Margery P. Hickerson was granted a divorce from Harold M. Hickerson. They were married Aug. 6, 1945. Their three children are of legal age. Ira D. Luallen was granted a divorce from Margret A. Luallen. They were married March 6, 1934, and had five children, all of legal age. Mary Jo Rogers was granted a divorce from Robert C. Rogers. They were married Oct. 14, 1971, and had one child. Custody was awarded to the mother. Ronald L. Wells was granted a divorce from Mary K. Wells. They were married Aug. 5, 1972, and had no children. Mrs. Wells was authorized to resume her maiden name, Mary K. Cook. Harold L. Schrader was granted a divorce from Adele M Schrader. They were married Nov. 30, 1942. Their three chil dren are of legal age. Donna C. West was granted a divorce from Joseph A. West. They were married April 17, 1960. Custody of their three children was 'awarded to the mother. Frances L. Twidweli was granted a divorce from Russell C. Twidweli. They were married July 29, 1970. The custody of Mrs. Twidwell's two children, who had been adopted by Twid­ weli, was awarded to the mother. McDONOUGH COUNTY Marvin E. Detrick of near Blandinsville was granted a divorce Circuit Court McDONOUGH COUNTY Malcolm McBridc, 22, of near Adair, remains in the McDonough County Jail, Macomb, on charges of attempted rape and unlawful restraint. He appeared in Circuit Court last week when he was declared indigent. John Gorby, the county's public defender, was appointed to represent McBridc. The case was continued until Thursday at 2:15 p.m. A preliminary hearing for Kerry Ebbert, 25, 862 Spcrry St., Bushncll, charged with criminal damage in excess of $500 and criminal trespass to a vehicle, has been set.July 30 at 2 p.m. The charge stems from a March 5 incident, when authorities said he used a tractor with no oil in it, damaging the motor. The vehicle is owned by Gerald W. Theobald of near Bushnell Ebbert was found temporarily indigent and Gorby was appointed to represent him. Frank Albright Jr., 19, 362 N. Dean St., Bushncll, was placed on conditional discharge for one year when he appeared last week in Circuit Court. He was ordered to pay court costs and to make restitution of $17.71 to Riilph Ashcraft, Macomb, for a broken window. John M. Hayman, 23, Aledo, was fined $25 for throwing a l:rc extinguisher on U.S. 67 two miles north of the junction of U.S 136. Earl J. Wlshon, 58, 880 E. Osborn St., Bushnell, who was prrcsted on July 8 for allegedly pointing a gun at Darroll Hoyle, Bushnell, appeared last week in Circuit Court on an aggravated assault charge. Wishon pleaded guilty before Judge Durbin Ranney, who refused to accept the plea. Ranney said Wishon seemed confused over what he was doing. The judge ertcred a plea of not guilty for the defendant, who was released on his own recognizance for a later court appearance. Births Born at Cottauc Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Moore, Galva, a boy Monday al 11:41 a.m. EVANSTON - Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Spinnato are the parents of a son, Kevin Anthony, born Monday at 11:30 a.m. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Swanson, 821 Lincoln St. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Florence Spinnato, Skokie. CHAMPAIGN - Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Olsen are the parents of a daughter bom Saturday at Mercy Hospital, Champaign. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Vivian Allison, Alpha, and Wayne Allison, 508 W. Tompkins St. Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Leafgreen, Rio. Paternal great- grandmother is Mrs. Hazel Allison, Rio. Largest Star The largest star, of those measured, is the "red giant" Epsilon Aurigae B, with a di- Traffic Accidents Both drivers were treated at St. Marys Hospital and released following a traffic accident at the entrance to Midwest^Manufacturing Co. on Monmouth Boulevard Monday at 7:39 .a.m. Drivers of cars involved were Cecelia A. Phillips, 31,,. East Galesburg, and Loretta JV^Barton, 34, New Windsor, wild was cited for failure to yieTI? the right of way. a No injuries were reported and no tickets were issued Sffer a truck driven by James E^ Stewart, 21, 209 Belt Blvd.,**ahd a car driven by Robert J.Sbna- vech, 21, Gerlaw, collidcd'Bt the intersection of Grand and'Michi­ gan avenues Monday at 8^a.m. Cars driven by Nancy J;. Fussner, 27, 68 N. Henderson St., and Nancy L. Brown, 41, 1470 N. Cherry St., collided in the 100 block of East Main Street Monday at 10:25 a.m. No : tickets were issued. . : A car driven by Albert P. Ward, 29, 435 W. South SJ„ and a truck driven by William C. Lamb, 56, 720 Whiting" 1 .'Ave., collided in front of 241 El, 1 Main St. Monday at 12:42 p.m. There were no tickets issued. Cars driven by Frances M. Dyer, 68, 189 N. Arthur"Ave., and Karen A. McKillip, 16, 1106 N. Academy St., were involved in an accident in front of) {1098 N. Academy St., Monday af 7:12 p.m. No tickets were issued. A rear-end collision occurred at the intersection of Mainland Seminary streets Monday at 8:.'i4 p.m. Cars involved were driven bv Larrv M. Handft 18, 1066 S. Cedar St., and Noblp L. Davis Sr., 46, 184 W. Fourth St. No tickets were issued. !' Dcniso Thompson. 2401 Ctfand Ave., reported to police that she saw another car strike «ners while it was parked in front of 636 E. Berrien St. Tuesday at 5:20 a.m. The driver of the;car left without notifying the owner, and police were searching! for the suspect today. " iast week in Circuit Court from ameter of 2,500 million miles, Fire Calls \'< Galesburg firemen were oillcd to the parking lot of McOoiiJld's Restaurant, 109R N. Hendferson St., Monday at 1:20 p.m. after a truck spilled dicscl fuel. There was no loss from fire. <\ No fire was reported ,'ifter firemen were called to the| Residence of Mrs. Elizabeth Bapgh- man, 119 Lincoln St., Monday at 2:02 p.m. !» Open burning resulted !ih a run to the Ben Eastman | Residence, 453 N. Kellogg St., (Monday &l 4:34 p.m. The firejjwas extinguished, iccording to< department records. !! A frying pan left on a 8wc at a house at 537 N. Chambers St., owned by Holland G'alycasi, brought firemen to t!ie«sccnc Monday at 5:50 p.m. Lo^Cwas listed as "light" on depaTTJJient records. «• Light loss also resulted from a short in a TV which rostiltcd in a run to the home of Clflrles llasselbachor, 1154 Sweclfcriar Pl„ today at 6:04 a.m. « t Vandalism t MONMOUTH - Police received a report from Arnold Larsons, School District 38 builffings and grounds superintendent, Monday at 10 :43 p.m. that a window had been broken from the southeast side of Central Junior High School. Parson! estimated the loss at $30. £ im *• Divorces Filed Z KNOX COUNTY - Cfihnie M. Miyler against Jack S.^iy- ler Jr. Pleas© Donate THIS WEDS, oiid HELP OTHERS! t

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