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DEATHS AND FRANK MUOHBANKS KNOXVILLE - Frank Hugh banks, 73, Knoxville, died Thursday at 12:01 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was horn Feb. 7, 1900, at Mattoon, and married Audry White on Feb. 14, 1037, in Burlington. He worked for the Bur* ington Northern Railroad. Surviving are his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Don (Jo Ann) Gilbbs, GMson, and Mrs. Larry (Shirley) Lowe, Bloomington; a brother, Gilbert of Princeton, Irtd., and four grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.im. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial wil be in Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation wall be this evening at the funeral home. MRS. ALICE R. COFFEY AVON — Funeral for Mrs. Alice R. Coffey, 57, of Avon, who died last Sunday, was held Monday at 7 p.m. at Gorman Memorial Home, Avon. Rev. Perry Bishop officiated. Burial was Thursday in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Hollywood Hills, Calif. MRS. MYRTLE I. WADE Mrs. Myrtle I. Wade, 79, Cameron Route 1, died today at 1:21 a.m. at Monmotuh Community Memorial Hospital. Whatever the (Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 2424121 She was born Oct. 5, 1M3, in McDonough County. She had lived in the Cameron area most of her life. She married Tom Wade in Galesburg in 1032. He died in 1968. Surviving are a son, Dale of Monmouth; three daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Alice) Hook, Cameron, Mrs. Donald (Florence) Swank, Keithsburg, and Mrs. Ruth King, Florida; a step-daughter, Mrs. Fred Allen, Joliet; three brothers, Henry and Lawrence, both of Galesburg, and Edward of Milan, seven grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchilff-Pearton- West Chapel. Burial will be at Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday from 7-9 p.m. Mr. Donald R. , Wtitfall Sr. 738 Clark St. Funeral Services 11 A.M. - SATURDAY at FOLEY MORTUARY Rev. Henry A. Stamm Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening from 7 to 9 P.M. Burial in Oak .^awn Memorial Gardens. —o— . Mrs, Wm. Mann Kennedy Formerly 381 W. First St. , Funeral Services 11 A.M. - MONDAY ST. PATRICKS CHURCH Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Sunday afternoon and evening. The Kennedy family will be present from 7 to 9 P.M. Sunday. Prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Sunday. Burial in St. Josephs Cemetery. Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad ft. 342 1913 MRS. GEORGE O. DONNELLY Mrs. George O. Donnelly, 71, of Alexis, died today at 2:10 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. The former Geneva Belle Savior was bom Feb. 20,1902, near North Henderson, and married George O. Donnelly on April 27, 1924, in Alexis. She was educated in Alexis and was employed at the Rock Island Arsenal, the former Mayo Hospital in Galesburg, the Monmouth Pottery and the Knox College food service. Surviving are a son, Bernard of Lompoc, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Barley (Dorothy) Robbins, Comox, British Columbia, Canada; three sisters, Mrs. Guy (Maude) Hall, North Henderson, Mrs. Ned (Dola) WiHett, Milan, and Mrs. Frank (Marcenia) Haegele, Crete; two brothers, Lee Savior, Rock Island, and Lloyd Say lor, Denver, Colo., seven grandchildren and five great-granddaughters. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Theresa Catholic Mausoleums and Monuments MCFMI mmw 1801 W. Main St Galesburg, .111. Phone 34M512 AUIHOKIMI D [ ft I I R MEMORIAL HOME Roseville • Avon London Mills - Mr. Beryl O. Wright Alexandria, Missouri (Formerly of Avon) Services 2 P.M. - MONDAY at the CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME in Avon Burial in Augusta Cemetery. Church, Alexis, with Rev. Rob- eft Lee officiating. Burial wifl be at Alexis Cemetery. Visits ery No. ft. He was past commander of the Galesburg Com* mandery. He also was a member of the National Life Club and Cosmopolitan dub. He received the super excellent master 'degree in 1050 from Council No. 20, R and SM. His widow, Lucille, survives. Funeral will be Monday at 3:30 p. m. at HinchUff-Pearson* ne at AKWS lenwury. van- West chapel. Burial Witt be hi tion will be Junjay. wmjj M , p a t k cen^ry. Friends may call at the chapel p.m. at McKnigbt Memorial Home, where (he Rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. MRS. WILLIAMPETERSON Funeral for Mrs. William (Wilms) Peterson, 50, of 975 E. Fremont St. Who died Tuesday at her home, was today at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Rev.. Edward DeWitt officiated. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Henry Hultberg, Ray Freed, Ted Johnson and Duane Bey*. HENRY C. SHOFNER LaFAYETTEMHenry C. Shofner, 72, of LaFayette, died Thursday at 3:40 p.m. at the Proctor Hospital, Peoria. He had been in failing health the past few months, and had been hospitalized for six days. He was born at Taylor County, Ky., on May 11, 1901. He was educated in rural schools there. He came to Illinois in 1915, and was employed on farms in •the LaFayette area. He was employed by the Rock Island Railroad in 1957, and worked there until retiring. He was a member of the LaFayette United Methodist Church. He married Kathryn MiHiken at Bloomdngton on Aug. 3, 1943. She survives with a daughter, Jane Bkueier, Madison, Wis., a son, James Shoifner, LaFayette, and two grandchildren. Funeral will be at Johnson- GiM-Sahuster Chapel, Galva, Saturday at 2 p.m. Rev. Delbert Howe will officiate. Burial will be at LaFayette Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Friday after 7 p.m. Memorial gifts may bs directed to the family. Sunday evening. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund or Respiratory Disease Assn., the family said. Masonic services will be Sunday at 7:30 p. m. at the chapel. BERYL O. WRIGHT KEOKUK, Iowa - Beryl O. Wri#it, 71, Alexandria, Mo., formerly of Avon, 111., died Thursday at 6:10 p.m. at Graham Hospital, Keokuk. He was born Sept. 13,1901, in Denver, 111., and married Mary Frances Ware. He lived in Hancock County, 111., for 58 yean before moving to Avon in 1059. He was a carpenter. Surviving are a son, Jess E. of Granger, Utah; three daughters, Mrs. James (Juanita) Thies, Wakeman, Ohio, Mrs. Ron (Kay) Malley, Alexandria, Mo., and Mrs. Erwin (Sandra) Grisham, Colchester, 111.; two brothers, Cliff of Detroit, Mich., and Valje of San Francisco, Calif., and 17 grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Gorman Memorial Home, Avon, with Rev. Thietje Hunt officiating. Burial will be at Augusta Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. MRS. ANNA PENNEBAKER Mrs. Anna Catherine Pennebaker, 95, of 71 Garfield Ave., died today at 9:15 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. She was born Aug. 16, 1877, in Burlington. She lived at the Garfield Avenue address 25 years. She was a member of First United Methodist Church. She married William F. Pennebaker on July 2, 1900, in Burlington. He preceded her in death. ^ Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Earl (Margaret) Haines, Galesburg, a grandchild and two great-grandchildren Church. Burial will be at St. Joseph's CemeteryT Friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening at the Foley Mortuary, where prayers will be laid at ft p.m. the family wilt be at the mortuary Sunday from 7*i p.m. ELDER W. VANSTROM NEW WINDSOR - Elder W. vanatrom, 00, New Windsor, died Thursday at 1 p.m. at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. He was bom Jan. 12, 1904, and attended New Windsor schools. He was a retired farm erf. He is survived by cousins. Funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Calvary Lutheran Golesburo Reoister-Moil, G <3lesburQ t Friday. July 20, 1973 tS Church, New Windsorr, with tofts* Anne M. Foote, JOE U. McBRIDE Joe U. MCBride, 64, of 190 l]1:30 a m at Hinchliff-Pearson Rev. Paul Holmer, pastor, of ficiating. Burial will be in Lu theran Cemetery, New Windsor. Friends may call at the Peter son^Wallin-Knox Funeral Home, Alpha, today from 7 to 9 p.m.- Memorials may be made to the New Windsor Lutheran Cemetery Fund, the family said; RAYMOND LTTATMAN MONMOUTH — Raymond Lewis Tatman,, 50, of 1401 S Seventh St., died Thursday at 5 p.m. at Community Memorial Hospital He was born Feb. 11, 1923, at Monmouth, where he Was reared and educated. He mar ried Lois Clayton on Oct. 30, 1947, in Missouri. He was a trucker and raised and trained coon dogs. He was a World War II veteran, a member of the Warren County Saddle Club, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Warren County Conservation Club and the Midwest Truckers Assn. Surviving with the widow are a daughter, Mrs. Daniel (Jes sie) Carlson, Monmouth; a son, Steve Cox, Monmouth; a grand son; his mother, Mrs. Madge Tatman, Monmouth; seven brothers, Charles, Harold, Melvin, Howard, Donald, Robert and Richard, all of Monmouth, and two sisters, Mrs. Erma Hull, Monmouth, and Mrs. Dale (Lena) Renwick, Cameron Funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Immanuel Baptist Church. Burial will be at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will be at the Turnbull Funeral Home i Saturday, from 7:30-8:30 p.m. ; HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Mrs. Lorada Corpening, 171 S. West St. Mrs. Patricia A. Cokel, Monmouth. Mitt Aye M. Elmore, 290 Pennsylvania Ave. Williamsficld. Grant Huston, Wataga. Miss Melissa S. Hopping, East Galesburg. WlHiam A. Helgeson, 117 W. Main St. Miss Mae Kinzer, Maquon. Mrs. Lana D. Rush, 1010 Woodbine a. Miss Chrisity L. Sprinkle, 111! E. Main St. Robert D. Sandercock, Traffic Accident* Michael D. Brunkow, 17, 200 Walnut Ave., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his car hit the back of one driven by How ard Clark Jr., Burlington, Thursday about 1:45 p.m. in] the 1300 block of North Henderson Street. A car driven by Steven L Baker, 19, Osco, jumped a curb Thursday shortly before 2 p.m. in the first block of Sumner Street and hit a telephone pole. He was not hurt. There were no citations issued. Funeral will be Monday at MRS. VADA ALICE FORBES Highland Ave., died Thursday at 9, p. m. at St. Mary's Hospital. ... ( ...... , • He was born March. 22, 1909, in Macomb. He lived in Galesburg most of his Ule. He was graduated from Gales- West Chapel. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. EVAR SWANSON" I Funeral vfor Ever Swanson; CAMERON - Funeral for Mrs. Vada Alice Forbes, 74, of Cameron who died Monday, was Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Turn bull Funeral Home. Rev. Raymond .8hebpard,^i)asto> of. Cam Johnson - Gill- Schuster Cha%? Galva - Wllllamsfleld , Mr. Henry C. Shofnor LaFayette Services 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at the Chapel Burial LaFayette Cemetery. Calling hours Friday evening after 7. Memorials may be.made, to the family.. •HinDhlifT- •hearson,. > 'liiest'inc 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STRUT PHONE 343-2101 GAtEssuae 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. Rosary will be recited at 8 P.M, Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. ANNA CATHERINE PENNEBAKER - 71 Garfield Ave. Services 11:30 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff* Pearson-West Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. MRS. MYRTLE I. WADE - R.R. 1 Cameron. Services 1:30 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff <• Pearson - West Chapel. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the Chapel Sunday evening. MR. JOE U. McBRIDE - 190 Highland Ave. Services 3:30 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the Chapel Sunday evening. Masonic services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Memorials may be made to. the Heart Fund or Respiratory Disease Association/ %4m7*ttW &-«?Sl Christian Church, offici- burg High School'and Brown's'died Tuesday at 12:12p.m. at 3!ea - Mrs. Connie S. Swanson, Galva. Mrs. Betty J. Swango, 1180 Arcadia Dr. Daniel J. Waight, Victoria. MisS Belinda L. Walters, Maquon. DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Charles T. Carr, 587 Monmouth Blvd. Jtsse C. Quinn, Abingdon. Raymond Benson, Sr., 1065 Pine St. R. Craig Kelley, Aledo. Maurice Van Waes, Kewanee. Mrs. Marian F. Jones, 1085 E. North St. Henry J. Heddcn, Maquon. Phillip R. • Ryan, Knoxville. James V. Youngrcn, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Genevieve M. Lowman, 66 E. North St. Mrs. Stella M. Williams, 1414 Moshier Ave. David A. Schumacher, Fort Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Bernice J. Ovcrpack, 640 Florence Ave. Cottasrc ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Ernest A. Barlow, Galva. Henry Coleman, 845 W. First St Miss Linda J. Galloway, 1030 Monroe St. Mrs. Deborah L. Hall, Milan. Miss Dorothy M. Huffman,! Galva. Miss Vivian S. Johnson, .30! E, Houston St. Mrs. Myrtle Lamm, 835 Wisconsin Ave. BUSHNELL - A 24-ycar-old Tulsa, Okla., man, on his way to visit relatives at Bushncll was injured today at 2:30 a.m. when his car left the road and rolled over several times. Lowell Miller, a former Bushnell resident, was 15 miles from his destination when the acci dent occurred. State police said Miller told them he went to sleep while driving north on U.S. 67 three miles south of U.S. 136 near Macomb. Authorities said Miller was thrown from the car, which rolled over him and came to rest in a corn field. Miller's mother, Mrs Helen H. Miller, 575 W. Hurst St., said her son walked to the highway where he tried unsuccessfully to obtain help from four passing motorists. He then stood in the road and flagged down a truck, she said. The Oklahoma man, whose car was demolished, was taken to McDonough District Hospital. Macomb, for treatment of lacerations and abrasions and for a oossiblc broken wrist and ankle.IS10 for disobeying a stop,$gn. State police charged Miller, who Traffic Courts KNOX COUNTY - Mart W. Theobald, 21, 03 Lincoln: St., was fined 125 Thursday"*! the Traffic Division of Knox .Coynty Circuit Court for disobeying a red traffic signal. AlsoV'Jtied was Augustus G. Miller, 5^,1532 Harrison St., $10 for failure to yield right-of-way. Raymond E. O'Bryant, 4% 49 Hiawatha Lane, was fined: $10 for faMure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, Joey 13t\Mc- Kee, 23, Knoxville, $10 faivfaii- ure to yield the rightiof-iway, and Velma L. Mead, 46,472 W. Mary St., $10 for failing to,7ield right-of-Avay. •nnrr Fined for improper7....1ane usage were Kenneth D. Sorrells, 16, Prairie City, and Richard L. Snell, 10,1010 W. North St., each $10. V Fined for speeding wer&NOble L. Davis Sr., 45, 184 W.-Fourth St., $10; Katheryn C. Gbbper, 22, 151 Maple Ave., $10; QNnald R. Traff, 19, 1418 Maple^Ave., $12, and Sharon A. Paiterson, 29, Monmouth, $20. W William H. Asbery, 74f 355 Moon Towers, was fined $10 and Beverly Ann German, 30;*$35 S. Chambers, was fined $f"^-both for disorderly conduct. m , Bruce L. Coulter, 20tBrim- field, was fined $10 for'wiving on the sidewalk, and L. Charles Artz, 65, 614 E. Berrien SU .">as fined $10 for improper liking. Others fined were Stacey R. Ashley, 16, Abingdon, $10 for failure to reduce speed tb''^void an accident; John R. Wils^ft, 25, 900 W. Dayton St., $10 fo|j r disobeying a police officer, and Steven W. Howard, 16, WJftaga, is an aircraft mechanic at Tulsa, with driving too fast for conditions. MONMOUTH-Cars driven by Rudolph Womack, 32, Macomb, and Stephen B. Martin, 16, of near Monmouth, were involved in a 2-car accident eight miles east of Monmouth on U. S. 34 Thursday about 4:50 p. m. Womack and Martin were west bound and Womack was stopping at the scene of an accident when his car was struck from behind by Martin's car. There were no injuries, and no charges were made. A car driven by John W. Talley, 28, of near Monmouth, was MONMOUTH Matthew!. ; R Maguire, 20, 9 LincolnfJCourt, and Paul J. Ogg, 27, Moriflcello, were fined $15 each Thursday in Warren County Traffic Clurlt on speeding charges. u Fined $10 each in traffic court were Don G. Schwasit 42, Lake Warren, unregistered boat; Russell L. Bensen, 32, Woodstock, speeding, and Mrs. Dorothy E. Wick, 67, Fjtejport, failure to yield right of way. Business College. He had been Cottage Hospital, Was today at Burial Was at Warren County employed since 1942 as a letter 1:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran carrier at the Galesburg Post Church. Rev. Constant John- Office, retiring in 1988; After son, pastor, officiated, retiring he worked in the postal Burial was in Oak Lawn Me- substation at Clark's, Drug morial Gardens. Pallbearers Sf ore. were p au i Briggs, Dr. G. K. He was a member of First Smart, Herbert L. Ericsson, 1 United Methodist Church, the Howard Hallberg, Arnold R. Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe Danforth, Ted Tinkham, Gene Youngquist, Ronald Youngquist, Richard Reynolds and Gene Hanson. Arrests Robert L. Watson, 46, 438 S. Kendall C. Larson, 584 Maple St. by a farm tractor driven by Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - IROtierta L. Owens against Crwfr M. Owens; Jimmy Lee W#i t e L- i »»< J A. a .against Frances Elaine»-White; struck .Thursday at 3:15 p. m.! Pauljne ptamces Wells laaainst Mrs. Ellen L. Moore, Galva Benjamin C. Sells, Oquawka Mrs. Patricia I. Shreck, Cambridge. Kevin W. Suiter, 1551 McKnight St. James H. Wallace, 7.611 Bateman St. Ernest Hatch against Sarah Ann Hatch; Linda Jean German against Edward Joe German, and Mary Alteyne Hobbs,against Roy A. Hobbs. 584, • AF and AM, Royal Arch Masons No. 46, Illinois Council No. 1, and Galesburg Command- the family said. MRS. WILLIAM M. KENNEDY , DAVENPORT - Mrs. William |*~ s alftaV€ 5 n ' Wrtedly armed Mann Kennedy, 64, formerly of ttu " s ^ lf after an alleged dis- 331 W. First St., died today at 1:10 a.m. at Mercy Hospital,,^.,. Davenport. •» P 0 " 06 ».. . . . The former Gertrude M: Mal-! bt>nd and was released. 1c was born Jan. 27, 1909, in FUNftAL HOMtY ' KNOXVIIU, ILLINOIS Frank Hughbanks 217 N. Market St., Knoxville Funeral Service 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at the Funeral Home Interment Knoxville- Cemetery, Friends may call this evening at the funeral home Galesburg. where she married William (Mann) Kennedy on August 6, 1930. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and the Council of Catholic Women, Peoria Diocese. She was past president of the Deanery Council, Corpus Christi's and St. •Toseoh's Academy's PTAs and St. Patrick's Rosarv and Altar Societv. She also helped start the Catholic pre-canna confer ence, and was Girl Scout Coun cil officer, Mrs. Kennedy taught grade school in Galesburg for oyer 30 years. Surviving are two sons, Robert of Aurora and Paul of Indianapolis, Ind.; three daughters, Mrs. Jean L. Berchtold, Davenport, Mrs. Rita G. Ryan, West Des Moines, and Miss Virginia R. Kennedy, Quincy; a sister, Mrs. Ruth French in Florida, and 15 grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 11 -a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic WJL.JC, nox WOOPIiULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MR. EU>fl NANSTROM Age 60 New Windsor, 111. Services % P.M. - SATURDAY CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH NEW WINDSOR Visitation tonight from 7 to 9 at the Alpha Chapel. Burial Lutheran Cemetery. Memorials may "pe made to the New Windsor-Lutheran Cemetery Fund. Charles F. Nerka, 40, Kansas City, Mo., was arrested Thursday at 6:39 p.m. for disorderly conduct. He was picked up near the intersection of Main and Whitesboro streets. Births Born at St, Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. John E, Swan son, Galva, a boy Thursday at 8:48 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rush, 1010 Woodbine Court, a girl Thursday at 1:50 a.m. PEKIN - Mr. and Mrs. Michael Herrin,. Tremont, are the parents of a son, Curt Patrick, born Wednesday. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, Galesburg. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herrin of near Galesburg. Family Motor Coach Asm* 10th Convention DU QUOIN, IU. (UPI)-VThe 10th annual convention of the Family Motor Coach Association opened with registration today at the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds. Some 2,000 units with 7,500 people from throughout the nation are expected at the convention, which will continue through next Wednesday. 1 The FMCA includes 22 regional chapters with four more to be chartered at the convention. 981 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs. Nellie M. Downard, Abingdon. Pamela J. Hogan, 1394 Arcadia Dr. Mrs. Betty" Li Davis, Cameron. Willard I. Nelson, Victoria. Ncrman Adams, 327 E. Second St. Mrs. Rhonda Under, 1447 E. Fremont St. Michael L. Driscoll, Monmouth. Dean A. Bailey, Knoxville. Mrs. Susan A. Copeland, 981 Brown Ave. Mrs. Carol E. Kummer, Oquawka. Mrs. Pearl R. Asher, 913"Frank St. William L. Lindberg, 512 Phillips St. Thadeus B, Huffman, Victoria. Mrs. Anna M. Deuell, Knoxville. j William H. Johnson, 617 W. Main St, Retort F. Mower, 388 Pine St. Mrs. Harriet D. Bland, Alpha. Kenneth S. Davis, Avon, Richard O. Buckert, Monmouth. Mrs. Zelpha M. Pendarvis, Avon. Mrs. Barbara J. Anderson, 1380 Monmouth Blvd. Miss Rebecca L. Miller, 1471 S. Seminary St. Timothy M. Terpening, London Mills, Carl L. Taylor, 1355 S. Kellogg St. Mrs. Peggy J. DeJaynes, Abingdon Robert E. Elliott, 20, of near Monmouth. Talley was driving his car west on the Cameron blacktop about one-half mile east of the U. S. 34 and U. S. 67 junction when he attempted to overtake two farm tractors. Elliott reportedly made a left Walker- turn as Talley was passing and (Continued from paft?^) B right side of r ~- , - -.•-•7^7 said the acci- a / e Re P- C1 y dte ChoaW investigation. Anna Democ '' al and veteran ' I House minority leader«"' ; kep. Frank Edwin Wells; 'Donald ,-mf. an Vandalism MONMOUTH-Vandals broke a glass from the front door at Danny's Tap, 120 S. A St., sometime today between 2;45-4 a.m., according to a report made to police. The loss was estimated at $75. The present U.S. copyright law grants statutory copyrights for 28 years and allows owners to extend the copyright for another 28 years. Circuit Court MONMOUTH — Raymond L. Garrison, 41, Kirkwood, was sentenced Wednesday in Warren County Circuit Court to spend six weeks in the Warren County jail for driving while intoxicated. Tom Gutherie, 509 S. C St., was fined $50 on a deceptive practices charge, and ordered to make 827 restitution. Gutherie was charged with passing a bad check at Barnes Super Valu Store. Robert D. Ray, 17, 1027 E Sixth Ave., was fined $25 for violation of the Illinois game code for having two raccoons in his possession. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Martha Jean Bycroft, Williamsfield, and William Terry Hart, BrimfieJd Diana Linn (Jacobs) Shanley 487 S, Chambers St., and Clyde Edward Charles, 363 W. Tompkins St. Julie Ann Collura, 543 E. Third St., and George Michael Bowers, 57 W. Carl Sandburg Dr. Janice M. Kemper, 2058 Mc Master Ave., and Robert L Carr, of near Galesburg. Mary J. Coulter and William E. Heehler, both of Farmington. Clerk Cheeks Own Death BROWNSVILLE, Tex, (UPI) — The Cameron County clerk received a request from a national credit card company Thursday asking him to check fprobate records of "the late J. }1. Diltz who died on or about June 30." The Cameron County clerk is J. H. DM?. He said he plans to see 9 doctor for a physical checkup. Richard Hart, a Bentori-'Bemo- crat, and Rep. C.L. McOJWriick, a Vienna Republican, who" has already announced he will not seek re-election to a lOth^'con- secutive term in the House. No State Conspiracy" 1 ' Vaught said he had not discussed his thought of .running with Walker and added-,- "I want to make it cle^r^tliat there is no state conspiracy in this. "There is a concerpi^with such things as specific^.yptes, associations with other political leaders and answering >,mail," Vaught said. McCormick said he lh would stick by his decision to (j^it the House and that he understood seven or eight Republicans were interested in his joft". ' "I'll be 55 after thisj^rm," said McCormick. "I mav'.rjest a couple of years and thei) give (Sen.) Gene Johns (a Marion Democrat) a run for the 'Senate. 'Word Is Out' ' "The word is out in the district that Walker wants-io. get Choate and to elect candidates who will go along with.Mm," said McCormick. "If 1 *were Choate, I'd welcome thp^ppo- sition." Rn . )r He predicted that Democratic party regulars in the district would back Choate. WHERE TO? MoutaiosT&in? Tiirlif? Staffer VACATION NEBS! CLARK DRUG 1440 N Henderson 342-4169

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