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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 19, 1973
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t AND DEATHS AtlftELlUS J. JOHNSON Funeral tot Aureliu* J. John* son, 77, 1181 WoodWne Circle who died Mofttay at Cottage Hospital, wit tedty it 10 am. at ln ^frP€i!««-W«it Chip. pastor <rf FfrK Lutheran Church, oifciatin«. Burial Wit In Manorial Park cemetery. Pallbearers were Irwin Suydam, Dwight Ematrem, Clifford M. Johnson, Waiter E. Johnson, Dale Morfing and Joe Pdesky. • JAMES Jf. QUINN COLUMBUS, Ohio — James J. Quinn, 09, of, Columbus, formerly of Galesburg, 111., died Wednesday in Columbus. He was born May 12, 1904, in George, Iowa, and married Catherine Saunders on May 16, 1936, in Galesburg. He was owner of Quinn's Tap in Galesburg for 14 years, and was a member of St. Stephens Martyr Church, and the Shamrock Club, both in Columbus. Surviving are his widow; a son, Danny of Mansfield, Ohio; a brother, F. J. Quinn of Columbus; five sisters, Mrs. Marie Cunningham, % New Jersey, Mrs. Tresa Beckstead, Newark, Ohio, Mrs. Helen Noel, Monmouth, 111., and Mrs. Irene Miller and Mrs. Louise Stadler, both of Galesburg, and two grandchildren. Funeral, will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Galesburg. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, where the Rosary will be said at 8 p.m. ROBERT J. HAMMftRUfi LAURA - Robert Joseph Hammerle, 57, el near Laura, died today at 4 a.m. at his heme'. He was bora Sept. 26, 1915, in Walnut and married Phylis Biederbeck on Oct. 20, 1940. He was a member of the Red Oak United Methodist Church of Walnut, the Millbrook Grange and the Peoria County Farm Bureau. He had served on the Board of the Peoria County and Millftrook Consolidated Grade School and was a past member and officer of ASCS. Surviving are his widow; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hammerle, Lena; a daughter, Mrs. Romona Wilcoxen, near Laura; three sisters, Mrs. Milton (Eleanor) Burkie, Warren, Mrs. Eugene (Prascilla) Donovan, Geneva, and Mrs. Marilouse Von Bergen, Sterling. Funeral will be at Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Patterson Funeral Home, Elmwood. Burial will be at Princeville Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. LELAND D. LINE TAMPA, Fla. - Leland D. Line, 56, of Tampa, formerly of Wataga, III., died Wednesday at 10:57 a.m. at Veterans' Hospital, Tampa. He was born March 17, 1917, in Alexis, 111., and married Ulva Rowe on Feb. 17, 1945, at Fort Sill, Okla. He was a World War II veteran and was a past junior vice commander of American Legion Post 111. Surviving are his widow; four brothers, Robert in California, Cecil of Galva, Graydon of Chicago and Russell of Wataga, and, a sister, Mrs. Kenneth (Myla) Ziegler. Funeral will be Saturday at 9 a.m. at Swilles Funeral Home, Tampa. Burial will be in Tampa. Visitation will be Friday evening at the funeral home. DONALD R. WESTFALL Donald R. Wcstfall, 50, of 736 Clark St. died Wednesday at 2*45 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He was born May 26, 1923, in Southern Illinois,and married Catherine Perschnick in 1948 in Galesburg. He was a member of the First Church of God and was a World War 11 veteran. He was employed by Burlington Northern Railroad. Surviving are his widow; a son, Donald R. Jr. of Wataga; a daughter, Mrs. Ted (Connie) Olson Jr., Alexis; three brothers, Russell of Wataga, Robert of Knoxville and Jack in the U.S. Air Force; a sister, Mrs. Lloyd (Shirley) Shinn, Galesburg, and four grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Foley Mortuary, with Rev. Henry A. Stamm official ing. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be Friday from 7 - 9 p.m. at the funeral home. MRS. AGNES M.HUBER EAST GALESBURG - Funeral for Mrs. Agnes Marie Hu- bc-r, 72, of 212 State St., who died Monday at her home, was today at 10:30 a.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Raymond R. Marquith, pastor of East Galesburg Community Church, officiating. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roland Black, Raymond Kemper, Ltoyd Windish, Robert LaFollette, William LaFollette and James McFadin. died last Saturday at a Ft. Lauderdale nursing home, was today at 1 p.m. at HinchM-Pear son-We* Chapel, wtth Dr. Jo sepb Hoffman, pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was at Little York Cemetery. MISS LOUISE SEACORD Word has been received here of the death of Miss Louise Seacard, Laguna Beach, Calif., who was a member of Knox College's Glass of 1906. Miss Seacord was born in Galesburg June 21, 1864. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seacord, who at one time owned the property where the Bridlecreek apartments have been devet oped. The Seacord property was part of pioneer Galesburg industrialist George W. Brown's estate in the late 1800s. The Seacord family used the property for horse racing and a training stable. They imported Russian Muscovite horses from Canada, and for a number of years the area was the hub for persons who followed Muscovite races. Refuse Haulers Should Collect Fallen Limbs City property owners with tree limbs and other debris still on terraces from the June storm should contact licensed refuse haulers to clear the areas, City Manager Thomas Herring said todav. "To the best of our knowledge, all, limbs for which the city is responsible, that is those from terrace trees or from pri vate trees which fell into the street, have been removed by city crews," Herring added. He said crews are re-checking, however. County Donates Vehicle to WW MACOMB — The McDonough County Board has donated a 1965 ambulance to,Western Illinois University for use in the school's emergency medical care instruction program. The vehicle will be used for demonstration purposes, said Dr. W. I. Taylor, a health sciences professor. Taylor said Dr. Robert J. Janeczko, assistant professor of industrial education and technology, and his students will make necessary repairs to the ambulance. Mr. Donald R. Westfall Sr. ^ 738 Clark St. Funeral Services II A.M. - SATURDAY at FOLEY MORTUARY Rev. Henry A. Stamm Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Friday evening from 7 to 9 P.M. Burial in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. RAY R. GROSCLAUDE Graveside services for Ray R. Grosclaude, 57, of 255 W. Tompkins St. whs died Monday at Cottage Hospital, were today at 11 a.m. ait Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rev. Henry Stamm, pastor of First Church of God, officiating. MRS. MAUDE D. BUTTORFF Funeral for Mrs. Maude D Buttorff, 85, of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., formerly of Galesburg who Whatever the tOccaalen WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 126 N. BROAD MUM Hinchliff- •bearsun,. r -UlBST'inC FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STRICT PHONE 343-81 01 CAUSMMi MRS. WILLIAM L. PETERSON - 975 E. Fremont St. Services 10 A.M. Friday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. —o— MR. E. EVAR SWANSON, 809 N. Academy. Services 1:30 P.M. Friday at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Friends may call this evening at Hinchliff-Pearson- Wesit Chapel- Burial at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to the Trinity Lutheran Church or a charity of the donor's choice. MR. JAMES J. QUINN - Columbus, Ohio, formerly of Galesburg. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Corpus Christi Church. Friends may call Sunday from 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. at Hinchliff-pearson-West Chapel. Rosery will be recited at 8 P.M. Burial ait Memorial Park Cemetery. Food(Continued From Page 2) HOSPITAL NOTES THufsdov,Ju (Yl9, imiS Cottnae ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY! MfBi tfinnri J. Anocreon, 1360 Montnouth Blvd. Therhai E. Boyd, 1017 E. North St. Mrs. Judith L. Cutliff, Monmouth William A. Damewood, Kirkwood Mrs. Patricia A. Dunlap, Aoingaon Mrs. Edna Franzman, Knotville Mrs. Helen I. Harris, Maquoh Thadeus B. Huffman, Victoria Mrs. Edna M. Matthews, Chicago Rebecca L. Miller, 1471 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Lois A. Murray, 946 S. Cedar St. Mrs-. Christine A. Newbill, 865 Monroe St. Amy L. Patch, Abingdon Mrs. Mary L. Rickard, Gilson Roy E. Shaw Jr., St. Augustine Richard H. Simpson, Monmouth James B. Tucker, 553 Burgland Ave. Andrew S. Wolford, Abingdon DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Michael L. Jackson, 1849 Bluebird Dr. Teddy E. Kobel, Monmouth Melody Taylor, 1476 N. Prairie St. Miss Bonnie J. Cobb, 154 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Alice M. Moore, 1115 Accomodation St. David T. (Todd) Shumaker, 3971 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Mary F. Martin, Monmouth Thomas M. Bates, 1038 Beecher Ave. Carl D. Kennett Jr., 1048 W. Losey St. John W. Henry, Victoria Mrs. Jonna R. Adcox, 766 Clark St. Raymond M. Fordyce, Abingdon James F. Smith, 745 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Jean R. Kimble, 172 Madison St. Mrs. Marty T. Bline, 1157 W. Grove St. Mrs. Clara E. Channel, Knoxville Mrs. Velvet J. Brunkow, Henderson Rodger D. Taylor, Alpha Mrs. Helen T. Logue, Maquon Arlie C. DugginS, Abingdon Donald E. Hall, New Windsor Jeffrey W. Johnson, Prairie City Mrs. Bernice J. Overpack, 640 Florence Ave. Charles M. Roelle, 1191 Lane Ave. Miss Lmda A. Whiteside, 639 E. Knox St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Miss Anita M Smith, WUliamsfield Ralph Benson, 326 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Bettv M. Van Fleet, 954 Mulberry St. Mrs. Sallye A. Johnson, Abingdon Thomas E. Bailey, Abingdon Earl T. Robbins. 812 E. North St. Lonnie N. Resslcr, 81 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs. Arvilla Standard, Knoxville Mrs. Maxinc Muehc, 1365 Clay Dr. Watergate Now On Telephone TORRANCE, Calif. (UPI) You can hear the Watergate hearings on the telephone by calling the Akron Store here and being placed on hold. Transmission waves from radio station KNX "cut into" the store's telephone circuit. "This type of thing is a commonplace occurrence" for some areas, said Ted Denton, the station's chief operating engineer. Dave Amos, the store manager, said he had no intention of asking the telephone company or the radio station to do anything about it. "People think it's kind of nice. Just this morning a woman told me we were performing a great service," Amos said. Today's Record Circuit Court James A. AdkinS, 50, Chicago, paid a $15 fine in Knox County Circuit Court Wednesday on a charge of disorderly conduct — public intoxication. Samuel H. Johnson, 53, Maryland, Ind., paid two $10 fines on charges of disorderly conduct - pubhc intoxication. Larry E. Day, 23, 1082 w. South St., paid a 825 fine on a charge of battery. The charge had been filed against him July 9. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Murrey, 946 S. Cedar St., a girl today at 1:41 a.m. BEARDSTOWN - Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cox, Virginia, are the parents of a son, Justin Lee Edward, born Monday at Schmitt Memorial Hospital. Ma tcrnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Conley Ferguson, 85 N. Arthur Ave., Galesburg. Pa ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hank Cox, Virginia. WILLIAMSFIELD - Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dunbar, Manhattan, have adopted a daughter who was born July 3. Mrs. Hazel Dunbar, WUliamsfield, is paternal grandmother, and Mr and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Lockport, arc maternal grandparents. NORWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hennenfcnt arc the parents of a daughter, Crist in Dee, born July 13 at 7 a.m. at Monmouth Community Memorial Hospital. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hennenfcnt, Alexis, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hecren, Molinc. Mrs. Charles Simpson, Alexis, is the great-grandmother. Traffic Court Steven R. West, 18, Knoxville, was fined $50 in Knox County Traffic Court Wednesday on a charge of attempting to elude police. A $50 fine was paid by Steven C. Bates, 17, 985 Beecher Ave., for having an altered license.. Fines of $25 were paid by Thomas L. Hary, 22, 1258 Morton Ave., improper lane usage; Mark W. Theobald, 21, 93 Lincoln St., disobeying a traffic signal, and Harold L. Rhea, 25, 380 S. Seminary St., abandoning a car on a city street. The mishap occurred at 3:55 p.m. at the corner of Kri6x and Locust streets. lipsky wfls cited for failing to yield the right of way. A car driven by William A. Swanson, 24, 540 Clark St., hit the back of one operated by Araiabelle Little, 58, 1114 Mulberry St., Wednesday St 3:41 p.m. in the underpass!at the intersection of South and 1 Seminary streets. There were no charges. A ticket for failing to, yield the right of way was isyued to Augustus G. Miller, 58, after his car was involved in a collision Michael R. Norvell, 16, 922\ m drjven b Hm w Williamsfield Collegian Will Participate in Concert Tour WILLIAMSFIELD Mark Mrs. Zelma M. Linder, Wataga Switzer, son of Mr. and Mrs Virgil F. Peterson, Altona Si. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: George C. Andrews, Abingdon Miss Bessie Burke, Knox Manor Brock W. Baker, 460 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Debora Clay, 743 E. Beriren St. School(Continued From Page 3) main offices telling me the increases for the various items." Sheehan said food price increases should begin next week "in full force. By this time next month, the prices should be way up." In Albany, N.Y., William Golub, president of Golub Corp., which owns Central Markets and Price Chopper Markets in eastern New York state and western Massahus- sets, said, "We view Phase IV as another nail in the coffin of food distribution." He said the housewife would feel the increase "almost immediately," but added his company is waiting to hear from the National Association of Food Chains in Washington for clarification of many points in Phase IV. He said the first prices to see increases would most likely be perishables, such as produce. Other markups will include pork and wheat and corn products, as well as, cereals, oils, flour, canned good and frozen foods, he said. In Buffalo, N.Y., Joseph Brennan, division manager of Loblaws markets, said increases will not go into effect until "next week at the soonest. We have to interpret what can be done. We've got to assess) what's being said. We want more clarification on some of it. "We want to continue to maintain a competitive position," Sheehan added, "and stay in business." New York City shoppers expressed dismay at the news that the lid was coming off food prices. Miss Alice Monroe, who ives on a fixed income, commented: "Really, I don't know what to do. The prices will get higher and my monthly income will stay the same. I'm worried sick about it." reer to come here with all the press, but' it isn't good for mine." Denton said conditions he observed and the stories the girls told about their treatment raised "serious questions" about the facility. One 14-year-old girl, he said, was locked in a 4-by-4 closet without any ventilation until shortly before his visit. "They indicated she made at least two attempts at suicide," Denton said. "I'm not sure that for a girl that's having some real serious problems that's good. She seemed to be a very sweet little girl who was very anxious to go back to the home where she was before she was sent to Texas." Denton said some of the girls told of being locked in a small concrete blockhouse and in a wire caige as punishment for "acting out" or "running away." Mrs. Crump denied any of the children were ever locked in the cage, and said the blockhouse was used to isolate problem children only until the small "quiet room" was built. Denton said one staff member at ttihe school told him a girl was given 200 cc of tranquilizer a day. The legislator said the person may have been mistaken about the quantity, however, because he later said "that's enough to kill a cow." School officials said Denton was right in saying that some girls are given birth control shots, but said all such medication is administered by a doctor and at parents' request. "The girls that are taking the birth control shots are the ones that have been negative about taking the pills, have a history of running away and can't be trusted," said school nurse Betty Carpenter. "Most of the kids that are here have a record of brutality, belligerence and violence and running away," said treatment supervisor Judy Hensiee. i William K. Switzer, is among 75 college students selected to participate in the 1973 American concert tour of the School Band and Chorus Group of America. Switzer, a tenor, will be a freshman this fall at Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington. He was a member of the Williamsfield High School chorus, and also took, part in school plays. The group's 21-day tour will start in St. Louis after three days of rehearsals at Enid, Okla., before its first concert July 29 at Albuquerque, N. M. Other concerts will bs at Phoenix, Ariz.; Oakland and Hollywood, Oalif.; Salt Lake City, Utah; Estes Park, Colo., and St. Louis. Edward T. Harn, Bloomington, is founder and director of the band, and David Hughes of Illinois Wesleyan University directs the chorus. Mrs. Shirley Rottinghaus became a member of the 9-gallon donors' club when the Red Cross Mini-Bloodmobile operated in Williamsfield July 10. A total of 35 pints of blood was collected. Members of St. James Catholic Church's Altar and Rosary Society were in charge of the canteen, and Williamsfield Junior Woman's Club members do- hated cookies and juice. Wynn Scott, a new Williamsfield resident, has been transferred from the Zeller Zone Clinic, Peoria, to Galesburg State Research Hospital, where he will continue to work as an activity therapist. Mrs. Bryan Dermer, Kent, England, visited here last week with her aunt, Mrs. Lois Cole. Mrs. Dermer, who last visited in the United States two years ago, plans to return home in August. Lombard St., paid a $50 fine on a speeding charge. Other speeding fines were paid by Vcrna L. Douglas, 62, 1470 Morton Ave., $14; James L. Gayles, 43, Peoria, $18; Wilma J. Sample, 44, East Dubuque, $11; Martin W. Thimmel, 59, Oakbrook, $15; and Oliver G. Turner, 26, 1080 Grand Ave.; Michael J. Herr, 18, 524 N. Farnham St.; Daryl M. Boyton. 36, Peoria Heights, and Leo C. Bell, 53, Grand Is land, Neb., each $10. Other $10 fines were paid by Robert L. Parrick. 27, Agination, no muffler; Randall S. Silton 19, Wilmcttc, disobeying a controlled access highway restriction; Sue Wilson. 24, 2045 E. Knox St., illegal possession of liquor in a city park; Russell R. Gustafson, 16, 488 N. Academy St., violation of classification; Lee E. Folgcr, 1555 E. Main St., improper overtaking; John L. Ruppert, .1.8, 1319 S. Chambers St., only one brake on a motorcycle: Dwain I. Swenson, 19, Little York, excessive acceleration, and Eugene E. Lowrev, 34, Tolono, disobeying a traffic signal. Tcrrence M. Kostelcckv, 17, 872 E. Fourth St., paid a $5 fine for having no reflector on a bike. Gibbs Jr., 23, 1546 Moshi«r Ave., Wednesday at 7:40 a.m. at the corner of Farnham and Main streets. MONMOUTH - Mrs. Dorothy E. Wick, 68, FreeportV"'was charged Wednesday at 5:20 p.m. with failure to yield the right of way. Mrs. Wick was driving her car east on U.S. 34 when 'it struck a southbound truck, on U.S. 67 at the south edge bf Monmouth, driven by 'William G. Slater, 24, Monmouth?" Richard D. Shane, 17; 324 'S. E St., and Mrs. Ethel B. Martin, 73, 1339 E. Broadway, were Involved in a 2-car backlog accident Wednesday at 11:54'p.m. The drivers were backing from parking spaces in the southwest corner of the Public Square when they collided. ' Arrests , ; Gene A. Simpson, 3$, 375 Michigan Ave., was charged by police with driving while intoxicated, driving with ln 'a' revoked license and illegal transportation of liquor after, the pickup he was driving was stopped Wednesday by patrolmen in the 1300 block of South Seminary Street. Police said,,,Simpson was driving erratically. Robert B. McClintocky 21, Monmouth, was arrestee! py Krox County Sheriff's deputies were William M. Baker, 41, j today at 12:44 a.m. and charged Prairie City, $15; Miss Barbara with reckless driving. Prior ,to M. Piper, 19, Kirkwood, $10, being stopped, McClintbck lpd and Raymond R. Shockcy, 59, police on a chase at speeds up Rockford, $11. j to 100 m.p.h. on U.S. 3,4, and Fined $10 each were Terence,county roads, according"to the MONMOUTH - Fined on speeding charges Wednesday in Warren County Traffic Court Flanagan Jr., 34, Roseville, failure to report an accident; Lester E. Inman, 37, of near Monmouth, improper backing; William L. Peterson, 19, Little York, disobeying a traffic signal, and Marshall Stern, 26, 1112.1 r| 11f lf . W. First St., disobeying a traf- ^«*in.u in fic signal. I (Continued From Page' 2) police report. McClintock posted bond to be released and is scheduled to appear in Knox County Traffic Court Aug. 13 at 10 a.m. Slow-Moving Storms Cross Center States By United Press International Thunderstorms occurred today from Colorado across the Central Plains and the middle Mississippi Valley to the Upper Great Lakes. The slow-moving storms pro duced heavy rain and flash flooding over parts of northeastern Kansas. Kansas Highway 99, south of Frankfort, was under three feet of water Wednesday night. Storms packed 60-mile-an hour winds at Norfolk, Neb. Thundershowers were the rule early today over the Great Basin, the Central and Southern Rockies, and Nebraska and Iowa. Hazy skies and some fog covered the Appalachians and from Michigan and Illinois southward to Alabama. The rest of the nation enjoyed fair skies. Cameron Woman Is Recuperating CAMERON - Mrs. Willard Doyle, Cameron, is recuperating from open heart surgery at University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa. , Her address is University Hospital, C33, South Wing, Room 12. i Divorce Granted, But Mate Stays GUISLEY, England (UPI) A court granted Mrs. Sybil Bradley a divorce Monday on grounds of an "irretrievable breakdown" of her marriage to Walter Bradley. But Mrs. Bradley said Wednesday she could not bear to see her ex-husband suffering. So she has let him remain at home, eating with her and their nine children and washing his shirts. "I don't want him to sleep in his truck," she said. College Students Will Get Grunts A total of 129 Carl Sandburg College students will receive grants from the Illinois State Scholarship Commission to attend college this fall, according to K. G. KUnck, director of student personnel services at the college. Klinck urged any student who is considering attending an Illinois college or university this fall to apply for an ISSC grant, which will pay up to $256 for tu : tion and fees for persons attending Sandburg. Man Killed SPRING. BAY, 111. (UPI) Sherman Horowith, 28, was killed Wednesday on Illinois 26 south of here when the car he was driving went out of control, flipped over and hit him, state police said. READ THE WANT ADS! Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Robert L. Lccke against Mary F. Locke. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY-Miss Merry Jill Henning, 3358 Oxford Lane, and Garry Dean Owen, 1455 Willard St. Mrs. Ella Mae (Oliver) LaMar, 827 N. West St., and Nag abhushanam Pulikonda, Marshall, Minn. Divorces Granted Three divorces have been granted in Knox County Circuit Court on grounds of mental cruelty. Linda Ann Haffner was granted a divorce from Ronald E. Haffner. They were married at Oceanside, Calif., April 16, 1967, and had two children. Custody of the children was given to thej mother, and child support of $50 a week was ordered by the court. Alyce D. Baker was granted a divorce from Orval L. Baker. The couple was married in Pulaski County, Mo., June 22, 1972. There were two children from a previous marriage, and custody of one child was given to each parent. Child support of $20 a week for custody of the child in the mother's care was ordered. Carolyn probst was granted a divorce from Edward Probst. Married at Galesburg on June 7, 1964, the couple had one child. Custody of the child was given to the mother, and child support of $75 every two weeks was ordered. MONMOUTH - Margaret M. Simpson was granted a divorce Wednesday in Warren County Circuit Court from Paul D. Simpson on grounds of mental cruelty. The mother was awarded custody of two minor children. The couple was married October 3, 1960, at Galesburg. Traffic Accidents Barbara J. Anderson, 28, 1512 Clay St., was in good condition today in Cottage Hospital after she was hurt Wednesday when the motorcycle she was riding was involved in a collision with a car driven by Richard L. Lipsky, 20, 1316 E. Knox St. erates a national dog training facility and objected to having thf landfill located nexjt to his land. John Robbins, Wataga' mayor, said the village board 'objects to the proposed site since it is lers than a half mile from Firemen's Park. He said that' two housing developments have been planned in the area, with'future growth projected to the "east. Location of the landfill would | reflect negatively on property values, he contended. " ! Rev. Gregory A. Ellcey, pastor of the Wataga Congregational Church, told board members the entire town is opposed t to the proposed location, "fye see Wataga as a pleasant town. People are alarmed tabout the location of a landfill therewith regard to property valjgff^and morale," he stated. ' As a closing argumenf.-Stoffel said that no hardship had been proved by the landfill comnjittee and asked that the condi|onal use permit be denied. Knox County State's 'Atty. Donald C. Woolsey countered by stating that the appeals board is an independent regulatory body and that practical difficulties have been presented. Witt testified that some five acres remain unused ,,in the present site and predicted that it would be used up by fall, in other action, the board: — Okayed a zoning,.change from farming to a re$(ricted industrial classification foe land owned by Dennis Mason Construction Ox in Galesburg Township. A spokesman^ 01 " the firm said the change was, §ought to allow the construction of office and storage space."— — Approved a variance in the set-back requirements for Anderson State Bank in i Ontario Township. — Allowed a conditional use permit for Giles E. SaUJer/ to locate a mobile home in# farming district in Persifer Township. Approved the application ox Jesse L. Girdler to locate a mobile noma in a farming district in Rio Township, r — Deferred for a hearing- th .3 application of Leonard Jftijrk tc locate a mobile home in a farming district in Cedar Township •

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