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DEATHS AND FUNERALS Satyrdoy, July 21 , ... til ftdfi&VILLf: - Joseph Hen- dersoft, 11, Roseville, died today at 5:55 a.m. at Monmouth Coihimittity Memorial Hospital Ito WM bom April 10, 1892, in Portknd, Ore., and lived In Kirkwood fat over 70 yean, He a mechanic and a member of the Moline Moose Lodge. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Vurney McVey, Roseville. Funeral will be Monday at 11 a.m. at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. Burial will be in Kirkwood Cemetery. Friends may call after noon Sunday until the hour of service at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the La- Moine Christian Nursing Home, Roseville, the family said. DONALD R. WESTFALL Funeral far Donaki R. Westfall Sr., 50, of 738 Clark St. who died Wednesday, was today at 11 a.m. at Foley Mortuary. Rev, Henry A. Stamm, pastor of First Church of God, officiated. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers, all nephews, were Ivan Shinn, Terry Shinn, Alex Shinn, Gary Scott, Russell Westfall and Michael Skrzypek. CLYDE L. BARTON ; ALPHA — Funeral for Clyde L. Barton, 71, of Alpha who died Monday at Moline Publjc Hospital, was'Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Peterson-Wallin-Knox Funeral Home, Alpha, with Rev. Ray Hamer officiating. Burial was in Alpha Ceme tery. Pallbearers were Edward Barton, Lawrence Barton, Gerald Goben, Floyd Shinn, Gene Shinn and Don Shinn. James lee of RochelU; thret sisters, MM . Petri Louck, Mrs. Lillian Craig and Mrs. Violet Daley, a\\ of Oquawka, five grandchildren and a great­ grandchild. Graveside services will be held Monday it 2:30 p.m. in Ro- cheiie. Arrangements are being made by the Chits Funeral Home. There will be no visitation, FRANKLIN H. MATSON Franklin H. Matson, 72, of Boca Raton, Fla., died Friday at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Richard J. (Mary K.) Neagle, Galesburg, and Mrs. James (Carol) Trunk, Fort Lauderdale. His wife, Kathryn, preceded him in death. Funeral services are pending in Florida, and burial will be at St. Paul, Minn. Memorials may be made to the Shriner's Crippled Children's Hospital at St. Paul, the family said. FRANK HUGHBANKS KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Frank Hughbanks, 73, Knoxville, who died Thursday at. Cottage Hospital, was today at 2 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, ,Ki»xviille, with Rev. John H. Clarke officiating. Burial was at Knoxville Cem etery. Pallbearers were Howard Ellison, Don Wilder, Ralph Gut- lett, Don Gibbs, James Tasker and Charles Linn. MRS. BERNICE WILLIAMS MONMOUTH — Mrs. Bernice Williams, 79, died Friday morn ing in a Monmouth nursing home following a long illness. She married Sid Williams, who preceded her in death. She is survived by a son, SANDRA LEE FIRCH Sandra Lee Firch, 25, 300 S Spring St., Geneseo, was pronounced dead Friday at 5:45 p.m. at Galesburg State Research Hospital where she apparently took her own life. She was born Oct. 8, 1947, at Geneseo. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Firch, Geneseo. Services will be Monday in Geneseo, where the Wright Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Burial will, be at Oak wood Cemetery, Geneseo. Soak Natrons' Midsection By United Press tnternationel He*vy rain* soaked the nation's midsection Friday night end tsrly today. Thunderstorms produced heavy rsinfaBa in portions el Missouri and eastern Kansas. More than 3Ut inches of rain fell in one hour about 15 miles north of Columbia, Me., touch* ing off widespread flash flooding, closing roads and isolating some people. There were, however, no reports of damage or injuries. Scattered areas of locally heavy rains also were reported in portions of the southern Plains, the central and northern Plateau region and in the Rockies. Showers and thundershowers dampened an area from Illinois eastward to the Atlantic sea* board and into southern New England. Some thunderstorms lingered early today along the Gulf Coast. Clear skies were the rule, however, from California through New Mexico and from the lower Mississippi Valley to Hhe southern Atlantic shores. Early morning temperatures today ranged from 44 degrees at Dtfluth, Minn., to 95 at Phoenix, Ariz. Siting Del FREEPORT, iU. (UPI) - A class action suit was filed Friday in U.S. District Court here charging the Del Monte Corp. with forcing 10 migrant workers to work through indebtedness. Plaintiffs in the suit were six Mexican-Americans and four blade migrant workers. They were represented by two attar neys from the Blinds migrant legal assistance project in Chi oago. Named as defendants in the suit, along with Del Monte, were the U.S. Department of Labor and the Illinois Depart ment of Labor. The suit charged that Del Monte over-recruited migrant workers from Texas, Arkansas and Kentucky to work in its Rochette canning plant and that the plaintiffs subsequently re oeived little or no work for a week after they arrived at the plant. Since the workers were unable to work, the suit said, they were forced to eat at the company cafeteria which, said, was the only place they could obtain credit. Id some cases, the sui chaffed, the debts incurred ex ceeded wages, farcing the work ere into a state of peonage. In one case, the suit said, a ml grant worker yarned $29.25 for 15 hours of work but received instead of a paycheck, a bit for $12.46 because Del Monte had deducted $41.71 for food and transportation. The suit asked the court to declare that a valid contract existed between the plaintiffs and Del Monte and that the plaintiff's should be allowed to collect wages for from 50 to 55 hours per week from the lime they arrived *t Rocheflle. Kimg Fu Actor Dead at 32 HONG KONG (UPI) American-born actor Bruce Lee, who became a box office star by turning the ancient, unarmed Chinese fighting techniques of kung fu into a film fad, died Friday. He was 32. The San Francisco native died of on undisclosed illness shortly after he' was admitted Ito a Hong Kong hospital. ' Lee starred in the American television series; "The Green Hornet," and taught such actors as James Garner, Steve McQueen and James Coburn the arts of karate and kung fu before returning home to Hong Kong to pioneer a fad that made him an Asian and European box office star. Ambulance Staff Personnel Given EMT Certificates Eight area ambulance personnel received emergency medical technician certificates in a ceremony at St. Mary's Hospital Friday ndglht. Dr. F. William Kelley of Carl Sandburg College was featured speaker. A 13-week course was offered by the college and hospital before examinations for the na tional certification. An annual proficiency exam will be required to keep the certificates current. Receiving certificates .last night were Robert Gahislna, Galesburg Fire Department; Victor Corman, Avon ambulance service; James Lee and Lloyd Yoho, both of the Abingdon ambulance service;' James Huffaker, Kenneth Huff aker and Richard Jacobs, all Farrell's Ambulance. Service, and Tom Herring II, A-l Ambulance Service. 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. Prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Sunday. Burial in St. Josephs Cemetery. Foley MORTUARY 166 N. Broad St. 342-M3 CORMAN 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. —o— Joseph Henderson Age 81 Roseville, III. Services 11 A .M. - MONDAY at CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE BUrial at Center Grove Cemetery, Kirkwood, 111. Hinchliff- •bearsun,. UiBst'inc Phase 4 Better for Farmers But Still Lacking: Ag Head SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Mi nois Agriculture Director Robert J. "Pud" Williams says President Nixon's Phase IV economic program should be an improvement over "the tragic mistakes of Phase 3^" but still poses uncertainties for farmers. "President Nixon's Phase IV program is a commendable attempt to rectify the tragic mistakes of Phase Ph controls," William said Friday. "However, the misguided inconsistencies of the earlier phases of Mr. Nixon's economic program still leave a great deal of uncertainty in the agricultural community." He said farmers should be pleased with the lifting of controls on food products and predicted a "period of upward readjustment" of prices until food supplies recover from previous economic restraints. "Only when farmers' confidence in the market place has been restored can food production plans be reinstated to alleviate the shortage now experienced by the American consumer," he said. Troops Under Heavy Attack By Communists PHNOM PENH (UPI) Communist troops drove government forces out of key frontline battle positions and pushed Phnom Penh's southern defense perimeter back to within eight miles of the troubled capital, it was reported Saturday. Diplomatic sources said Gen. Sosthene Fernandez, head of Cambodia's armed forces, might ask for continued American air strikes beyond the scheduled Aug. 15 cutoff because of the growing Communist threat to the capital. • College Fund Veto Eyed checks may be darwn immedi ately on the authorized amount of the appropriation. SPRINGFIELD (UPI)- State Comptroller George Lindberg has asked for an attorney general's opinion whether the comptroller's oflice may legally issue checks from the fiscal 1974 junior college appropria tion which was changed by Gov. Daniel Walker. Lindberg asked Attorney General William Scott whether Walker's reduction cf a $63.8 Million junior college bill down to $59.6 million should be considered a line item veto or an amendatory veto. The difference, Lindberg noted, is that under state law an amendaitory veto must be reviewed by the legislature before any funds may be spent Lindberg said the confusion resulted from Walker's lowering the flat grant rate for jun ipr colleges from the $18.50 approved by the legislature to $17.61 based on average semester hours per Illinois resident student. Lindberg said he would not authorize further checks from the appropriation pending Scott's decision. The bill includes funds for salaries and expenses for persons on the junior college board payroll, the flat grant program and operation of sitiate community Whereas under a line item veto/college in East St. Louis. HOSPITAT NOTES Mrs. Avice M. Gardner, r . FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070WEST FREMONT 5TB66T fHONE 343-2101 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 ^RJl. 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. Thefts MONMOUTH - June Sage, 706 S. Second St., reported to police Friday at 11 p.m. that her purse had been stolen from her car shortly before the time of the report. She said the purse contained $100 in cash, and listed the loss at $115. She said the purse was taken while she was standing a few feet from the car talking to a friend on the southeast corner of the square. Births PEORIA—Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bruington, Peoria, are the parents of a son born July 19 at Peoria Methodist Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Warner Harpman of near Victoria. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruington of near Galesburg. Fire Calls A leak in a gas hne to a stove caused a fire at the home of Betty O'Reilily, 535% Mathews St., Friday at 6:30 a .m. Loss, according to fire department records, was light. Fireman answered an alarm Friday at 2:59 p.m. when a car owned by Otis Cole, 962 Maple Ave., caught fire in front of 107 Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: John Holmes, Effingham Joseph A. Rafferty, Abingdon Mrs. Julie A. Patch, . 1555 Bateman St. Chester J. Banks, 979 E. North St. Allen Winters, LaHarpe Mrs. Florence M. Corman, Knoxville James C. Warrensford, Knoxville Randall T. Main, Altona Mrs. Amy M. Tinkham, Cameron Mrs. Dorothy M. Foster, 1120 McClure St. Mrs. Patricia A. Cooper, Avon Mrs. Ruby M. Frye, Alexis Jodv L. Kovachevich, Ellisville Mrs. Ruth A. Hendrickson, Altona Amv K. Hinkson, 1106 Sweetbriar PI. Miss S. Kay Dark, 1470 Grand Ave. Mrs. Eleanor J. Hahn, Abingdon Carl R. Carlson Jr., Knoxville DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Amy L. Patch, Abingdon James Brian Tucker, 553 Burgland Ave. Mrs. Mary L. Rickard, GiLsoti Andrerw S. Wolford, Abingdon Harland A. Stine Jr., 1273 Florence Ave. Mrs. Elissa L. Burleson, 65 Locust St. Mrs. Marvis E. Dennis, 1054 Maiden Lane Mrs. Frances A. Henley, near Galesburg Mrs. Z. Jeanette Sargent, Swavcee, Indiana Rov E. Shaw Jr., Cambridge LaVern E. Larson, Toulon George A. Gregg Jr., East Galesburg Mrs. Audrey J. Cook, 1191 E. Main St. Mrs. Helen M. Lundeen, 500 Greenlcaf St. Joseph A. Rafferty, Abingdon Charles E. White, 150 W. Second St. Mrs. Dorothy M. Morris, 228 Hawkinson Ave. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Miss Irene Anderson, 78 E. North St. Robert Bogard, London Mil,ls Mrs. Elizabeth Boone, 386 N. Cedar St. Floyd L. Ingle, Aledo Tony Gordon, Galesburg Route 3 Alvin L. Gloyd, Colchester Mrs. Glayds P. Murdock, Altona Mrs. Esther E. Trotter, Victoria Donald L. Walker, 509 Iowa Ct. Andrew Wilmot, Abingdon DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Miss Ava M. Elmore, 250 Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Debra A. Clay, 743 E. Berrien St. Emilio DeLaCruz, Galesburg Mrs. Gladys V. Berg, 87 N. Henderson St. Mrs. Edna E. Kneer, Williamsfield Charles Morrow, 2660 Springer Rd. Mrs. Myrna M. Cannon, 670 N. Cedar St. Miss Linda A. Whiteside, 639 E. Knox St. Mrs. Aletha M. Cosner, , Woodhull St. Ai>°ustine N. Pleasant Ave. There was'^eri L. Gordon. Aginedon heavy loss to the interior, according to fire department rec-i Read the Want Ads ords. 1 Traffic Accidents Regina L. Lawson, IS, 6 *3 N Prairie St., was listed in good condition at Cottage Hospital where she was taken following a traffic accident in fornt of 4U N. West St., today at 3:08 a.m, According to police, Miss Lawson told police she became ill and dissy, and her car Jumped the' curb and struck a high-fine tower. No tickets were issued, and no loss of power resulted. Robert W. Crookham, 21, 791 Avenue A, was treated and re leased at St. Mary's Hospital following a traffic accident at the intersection of Henderson Street and Monmouth Boulvard today at 12:40 a.m. He was driving a car which was involv ed in a collision with one driven by Robert D. Weber, 18, London Mills. Weber was cited for fail urc to yield the right of way. . Charles M. Murdock, 38, Oneida, and Sam F. Rogers, 63, 1953 E. Main St., were both treated at St. Mary's Hoapitnl and released after cars they were driving were involved in an accident at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Farnham Street Friday at 8:03 p .m. Tickets are pending, according to nolice. No tickets were issued after cars driven by Irene L. Miller, 61, 1800 McMastcr St.. and Robert L. Donley, 35, Abingdon, col lided at the corner of Main and Prairie streets Friday at 7:09 p.m. There were no injuries. Judith M. Barash, 29, Cincin nati, Ohio, was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after a car she was driving collided with one driven by Patricia A. Werth, 29. 935 N. Academy St., at the interscc- ion of Main and Seminary streets Friday at 4:25 p.m. The intersection of Fremont Street and Moshier Avenue was the scene of an accident Friday at 2:44 p.m. when cars driven Sv Archie E. Farlow. 64, 14TO Moshier Ave., and Michael L CariweU, 18, GUson. collided Cadwell was charged with fail ire to reduce speed to avoid ?n ^f'dent. Cars driven bv Denver R. Davidson. 20. 1097 Emery St. and Phyllis M. Acosta, 55. Chi ca <?o. collided in the South Semi narv Street underpass Fridav at 12:46 o .m. PhvUis Acosta was c'tert for. failure to yield the -ifV, of way. Jpffrev S. Pierce. 16. 29< II- 'inois Ave. was cited for driv w% too fast for conditions after Vs car slid as he was turninf the corner at Henderson and North streets Fridav at 11:35 a.m., dipping off the traffic M°ht nolo. A wr ^ck ^r driven bv RoTct . Pp-'c 'nson. 47. 377 Lincoln '•"v? involved in n pnllislnn ! "i a driven bv n°'ira K. ^"cs. 20. of near dalcsbn'v; at ih c intcrsctcinn of Fremont and f-'neo'n streets Friday at 10:'I0 a.m. Debra Myers was chamed with failure to yield the right of way. MONMOUTH - A Bipcsville trucker, Clifford W. Fyc, 25, was charged Friday at 3:09 p.m. with driving too fast for conditions after the truck Fye was driving struck the back of a or operated by Mrs. Anna Cook, 41, Stronghurst. Mrs. Cook was taken to Community Memorial Hospital for treatment. The accident occurred in the 1000 block of South Main Street. Police received a report at the station Friday that cars driven by Gregory E. Livermore. 16. Roseville, and Billy D. Vanskike, 19, Monmouth, had been involved in an accident on South Main Street at Seventh Avenue Thursday at 3:30 p.m. The drivers were southbound when Vanskike's car struck the back of the Livermore auto. Cars driven by Ronald E. Burton, 19, Colchester, and Ronnv L. Ferguson, 16, Biggsville, col lided Friday at 10:16 a.m. on South Main Street at the entrance to the Kroger store. Burton was driving 6outh on Main Street and had stopped for traffic when his car was struck from behind by Ferguson's. Ferguson was charged with driving too fast for conditions. Oleva E. Pattbn, 40, Memphis, Mo., escaped injury Friday at 3.10 p.m. when he wrecked his truck on U.S. 67 about five miles north of Monmouth. Patton re- oortedly lost control on a curve The truck struck a telephone oole, went through a fence into a field and swerved back to hit another utility pole. He was cit°d for driving too fast for condi •ions. A Milan trucker, Jerry W. Driver, 25, was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident when he wrecked his truck Friday at 1 p.m. on Emergency Phone Numbers Galesburg Police ...342-0101 Fire 117 Knox County Sheriff 348-3121 State Police. Rock Island 788-9501 Peoria 676 -2118 Macomb 833-2141 FBI ... 786-2663 Tornado Alert—Call Police Medical Emergency, Poison Control: Cottage ...343-4121 St. Mary's 343-3161 FISH - 343-7807 Hotline 58 343-5858 Salvation Army 343-6924 Alcoholics Anonymous 342-2179 Humane Officer 343-2504 County Circuit Court for Jkiving while intoxicated. 1 Jesus J. Borrego, 19, Burlington, forfeited $100 bond when he failed to appear on a charge of driving with a revoked license. Fined ISO for Illegal possession of liquor wss Harold K. Bherler, 19, of Monmouth. Speeding fines were paid by Harold W. GnsMiey Jr., 88, Fort Madison, Iowa, $17; Miry W. Bundy, 31, Oquawka, $lff Richard Grimm, 30, Three 1 Rivers, Mich., $10; William S. Famham, 25, Burlington, $11, and Rex Shaver, 26,, Galesburg, f®. Others fined were Michael E. Jern, 18, Oquawka, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. $10; Betty K. Metvin, 52, Monmouth, improper lane usage, $10; Blanche G. Thomas, 69, Oquawka, improper backing, $10. and Wayne L. Staats, 44, Galesburg, permitting an unauthorized person to dritfe, $25. U.S. 67 about one-half mile north of U.S. 34. Driver was northbound when he braked to slow for a car ahead which-was signaling for a left turn. He told police he lonkl'not slow in time to avoid flitting the car, so he swerved onto the shoulder of the road, 'lit and broke off a telephone Dole and came to rest in a ditch. Aire*1 9 u: Walker Miles Goad, 22, and Daniel H. Moats, 22, botlrof 1105 N. Broad St., were beiHg held in the Knox County Jaf£ today for Fulton County authorities, who plan to question than' about burglaries in that county*. Goad and Moats were taken into custody by city and'eounty police last night after midnight on U.S. 150 north of the; j North Lake Storey Road after; police had been informed thai they were planning to burglarize the Kozy Inn. David W. Beck, 17, 868 Bate- msii St., who was in the car at the time it was stopped by police, was charged with violation of curfew. Kenneth E. Yarde, 61, 709 Hawkinson St., was charged by police with disorderly conduct Friday at 3:01 p.m. Larry Rincon, 17, 574 W. Brooks St., was charged with disorderly conduct Friday at 5:30 p.m. after he was accused of making an obscene phone Traffic Court David K. McDermet, 21, Yates C.'ty, paid a $50 fine Friday in Krox County Traffic Court on! a charge of attempting to elude police. Jay D. Farwcll, 40, 1285 S. Cticrry St., paid a $50 fine for having no valid drivers license. Richard Miller, 25, Abingdon, paid a $25 fine for spinning tires. Fines of $15 were paid by Douglas Scott Wood, 23, Arlington, Va,, disobeying a con-|call. f trolled highway restriction, andi t rubious license plates. _,. ,, . . „ .. ,. r ... Three divorces have been Speeding fmcs were paid by pranted in Knox County Circuit i 'f tr0l n' olnnamo V 5 ; Toulon, Court on ds ot . mcnlal $15; Ganictt J. Cantrell, 24, " 21?0 E. Main St., $12; Mildred L. Herslow, 56, 95.Pennsylvania Ave, $11; Harry R. Caslin, 47, Knoxville, $13; Harry Kenneth Burden, 35, Cynthiana, Ky., $15; Frank James Day Jr., 36, Kent, Wesh., $15; Rodney D. Johnson, 18, 544 E. Berrien St., $13, and Clem H. Campbell, 38, 528 W. Tompkins St., Rose M. Crouch, 24, 101 Duffield Ave., and Cora M. Carlson, 36, 812 S. Academy St.. each $10. Vernon R. Plympton, 29, 1471 S. Kellogg St., paid two fines of $10 each on charges of having no brakes and an illegal muffler. Paying $10 for violations of classifications were Robert K. Walter, 16, 759 Jefferson St.; Eric E. Piatt, 19, Maquon; Bradley A. Wunder, 17, Knoxville; David G. Schisler, 27, 729 S. Farnham St., and William L. Smith, 19, Gilson. . Paying $10 for permitting an unauthorized person to drive were Earl V. Williams, 59, 740 Whiting Ave., and Paul E. Troadway, 27, Knoxville. Paying $10 fines for excessive acceleration were Billy F. Piland, 24, of near Galesburg, arc". Mark D. John, 16, 735 N. Cedar St. Fines of $10 for disobeying a traffic signal wore paid by Jclhn W. Emnis, 45, 1372 Morton Ave., and Blanche L. De Baugh, 72, of near Galesburg. Other fines of $10 were paiid by Steven R. Nicholas, 19, 1503 Mulberry St., illegal muffler; Wayne H. Hillman Jr., 26, Avon, violation of restriction; Roger A. Weber, 18, Trivoli, spinning tires; Terry L. Utterback, 18, 1634 Meadow Dr., failure to reduce speed ti avoid an accident; Gene F. fiebard, 26, Knoxville, improper passing; Jeffrey S. Pierce, 16, 291 Illinois Ave., too fast for conditions; Ralph W. Bowman, 55, Oneida, failure to signal; Jean L. Gummerson, 40, 1942 Newcomer Dr., failure to yield the right of way; Marvin White, 37, 553 E. Brooks- St., no muffler; Donald Whitted, 19, 374 Kenwick Dr., failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, and Clyde A. Raiible, 17, Knoxville, no headlight on a motorcycle MONMOUTH - Fines of $10 were levied Friday in Warren County Traffic Court against Miss Karen S. Halting, 16, 913 S. B St., displaying an invalid city sticker, and Thomas J Moore, 24, of near Monmouth, violation of license classification. HENDERSON COUNTY Donald L. Fisher, 25, Kirkwood, was fined $300 this week in the Traffic Division of Henderson cruelty. Mary Alleync Hobbs has bten granted a divorcee from Roy A. Hobbs. Married in Galesburg Aug. 22, 1955, tho couple had two children. Custody of the two children to the mol^ier and child support of $20 a week were part of an agreement reached bftween the two parties- Donald E. Mundy was granted a divorce from M flr y E. Mundy. Custody of the two children was given to the- father. The couple was married in Galesburg April 5, 1969., Roberta L. Owings was granted a divorce from Craig M. Owings. Married at Mt. Clemens, Mich., Dec. 7, 1970, the couple had no children. MONMOUTH - Victor Lee Kidd was granted a divorce Friday in Warren County Circuit Court from Jane D. Kidd on grounds of mental cruelty. They were married Feb. 6, 19,72. Marriayrt 1 Lireiisca KNOX COUNTY - Miss Florence Ann Cullison, 131 N.' Seminary St., and Wayne William Ensley Jr., Kewanee. y Miss Deloris Jane Eftckson, Oneida, and Roger Eugene Brown, Altona. * Mrs. Evelyn M. (Greenfield) Rabatine, and Jackie Lee Merrell, both of Byron. 1 Mrs. Patricia Jo (Indflicato) Shane, 331 S. Pearl St., and Patrick Arthur Wilder, rf53 N. Kellogg St. J Miss Susan Lee Willan <jer, 390 Fair Acres Dr., and 'Robert Frederick Hodgkinson, C. a k e Forest. ! HENDERSON COUNTY Pamela Sue Jamison, Macomb, and Marcus Vincent »Witte, Peoria; AVsa Marie Graham, Carman, and David pugene Avery, Smithshire; J$y B. Braathen, Middletown,» Iowa, and Terry William Cabli Burlington, and Joan Elaine fillings and Melvin Lloyd Turym^i, both of Burlington. » 1 Circuit Court Charles F. Nerka, 49, Kansas City, Mo., paid a $10 finfc when he appeared Friday in( Knox Cainty Circuit Court ion a charge of disorderly oonilucfc Rodney Edwin Flint, J 28, of near Galesburg, paid a $,10 fine for disorderly conduct —«public intoxication. \ HENDERSON COUNTY Byron Whittlese, 17, Gladstone, was placed on bench probation for three months this vjeek in Henderson County Circuit* Court. He was charged with J illegal possesion of marijuana. J

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