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I JOEU. McMUDE Funeral for Jo* V, McBride, 64, of 190 HJgMiAd Ave. who died last Thursday was at HincWiftnP^woo-W 6 81 Chapel today it 3:» p.m, Dr; Joseph Haffonan, pastor emeritus of First United MethodUt Chitfch, Burial was At Manorial Park Ctemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence N*al, Blim Carlson, Leroy Huhd, William Scbroe der, Dale Findahl and William Simians. Honorary pallbearers were members of Galesburg Commandery 8. Masonic sexv Ices were conducted by Vesper Masonic Lodge 584, AF & AM Jesse E. Goff was master, Ir vin Spencer chaplain and Laim hert Peterson secretary. MRS.: ANNA PENNEBAKER Funeral for Mrs. Anna Pennebaker, 95, of 71 Garfield Ave. who died last Friday, was at Hinchlff'Pearson-W e 9 1. Chapel today at 11:30 a.m. Dr.; Joseph Hoffman, pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were H. M. Haines, Ralph Anderson, Orb Stevens, Russell Schimiith, C. R. Wilson and Ray Madden. JOSEPH HENDERSON ROSEVILLE - Funeral for Joseph Henderson, 81, of Roseville, who died Saturday at Monmouth Community Memorial Hospital, was today at 11 1 a .m. at Cor man Memoriall Home with Rev. Jam** Otiter officiatini. Burial was in Center Grove Cemetery, Kirkwood. Palibear- ers were Join Dean, George Crookham, HaroM Hilten, fiu gene • Thomas, Hess Thomas and lioyd McCottum. MRS. HAZEL L. PfcTKMON Mrs. Hazel L. Peterson, W, of 407 N, Broad St. died Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. The former ,;Hazel L. McCoy was born March 17, 1910, at St. Joseph, and married Walter C, Peterson on Oct. 10, 1928, in Galesburg. She worked for 27 years at Gale Products. Surviving are a brother; J. McCoy, Gatesburg, and a sister, Mrs. Silas (Grace) Dawson, Gatesburg. Mrs. Peterson donated her body to the University of M- nois Medical Center, Champaign. Memorials may.be made to the American Cancer Society, the family said. Whatever the ^Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florid* m N. BROAD 3414111 Mausoleums and Monuments McFMl MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St Galciburg, 111. Phone 342-8512 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Mrs. Edna Franzman Good Samaritan Nursing s Home, Knoxville Graveside Services: 1 P.M. - TUESDAY at the KNOXVILLE CEMETERY There will be no visitation. Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mr. Hobert L. Carter Prairie City, Illinois Services 2 P.M. - TUESDAY tot the LARSON FUNERAL HOME Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. MRS. MYRTLE I. WADE CAMERON—Funeral for Mrs. Myrtle I. Wade, 79, of Cameron Route 1 who died last Friday, was at Hincmiff-Pearson-West Chapel today at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Raymond Sheppard, pastor of Cameron Christian Church, of­ ficii ated. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. PaEfbearers were Charles Gray, Kenneth Myers, Vernon Sipes, George Sipes, Richard Sipes and Dick Clark. JAMES J. QUINN Requiem Mass for James J. Quinn, 69, of Columbus, Ohio, a former Gafesburg resident who died last, Wednesday, was cetobrated at Corpus Christi Church,; today at 10 a.tn. by Rev. Jonas Callanan. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery, Pallbearers were Bill Benner, Jimmde Lyons, David Noel, • Kenneth ,Noel, Thomas Noel and Robert Noel. MRS. LYLE BLODGETT KEWANEE — Funeral for Mrs. Lyle Blodgett, 54, of Kewanee, who died last Wednes day at Kewanee Public Hospi tal, was Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson - Gill - Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Thoburn Enge officiating. Burial was at Bishop Hill Cemetery. PaUbearers were Wiillard Nelson, Harold Nelson, Ronnie Nelson, Max Olson, Harold Wexell and Vera Wilson. MRS. FRANK MefttLVK MONMOUTH - Mrs. Frank McKeMa, 17, » S. C St., died Sunday at 12:45 p.m. at Com* murMty Memorial Hospital. The former Pearl Wbtson was bom Aug. 3, 1886, at Alexis, where she was reared and educated. She married Frank A McKelvie in October 1903, at Alexis. They farmed in the Alexis ootnmmutfty until they retired and moved to Monmouth in 1942, He died Oct. 3, 1948. She was a member of Heritage United Presbyterian Church. Surviving are- two daughters, Mrs. Fred (Louise) Parkinson, Galesiburg, and Mrs. Ray (Frances) Bpfcer, Monmouth; three sons, Walter of Alexis, Leroy of Pleasant Hill, Calif., and Cecil of Anaheim, Calif.; nine grandchildren, nine great­ grandchildren and one great- greatgrandchild. Funeral wdU be ' Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Hoover Memorial Chapel, Dr. Willard Morris, pas tor of Heritage United Presbyterian Church, will officiate, Burial will be at Alexis Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday until the hour of the service. The family will be at the chapel Tuesday from 7-8:30 p.m. Me mortals may be made to Heritage United Presbyterian Church, the family said. I JOHN G. KERR ELMWOOD — John Gordon Kerr, 71, of near Elmwood, died Saturday at 9:40 p.m. at Peoria Methodist Hospital. He was bom Aug. 2, 1901, in Fulton County. He was a lifelong resident of the Elmwood area, and farmed ail his life. Surviving are a brother, Porter Record, of near Elmwood, six sisters, Mrs. Stella Haynes, Canton, Mrs. Viola Vamold, Galesiburg, Mrs. Ann Colvih, Bartonville, Mrs. Hazel Comer, Peoria, Mrs. Merle Johnson, Blackduck, Minn., Mrs. Florine Green, Marion, ted., and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington. Burial will be at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Farmington. Visitation will be Tuesday from 4-9 p.m. at the funeral hoirroe. MRS^WINIFRED THDMSON TABLE OROVE - Mrs. Winifred Thomson, % of heir Table Gfof#, died Saturday at 1:15 p.m. at Qafciburg Cottage Hoi pital. The former Winifred Cox^was born April 24, 1895, in Vet mont, and married Vernon H. Thomson on May 14, 1917, at Monmouth, jhe was i member of First Christian Church of Gatesburg, Chapter c of PEO and the Pulton County Historical Society. Iht Was graduated from St Mary's Academy, Knoxville. Iter husband died Nov. 18, 1965. Surviving are two sens, Ver non C. and William E., both of Tabfe Grove; a daughter, Mrs Barbara J. Reimulier, Cherry Valley,, Calif.; a sister, Mrs Helen Cox Boydstun, Gatesburg, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Table Grove Community Church, with Rev, Dan Johnson officiating. Burial will be at Harris Cemetery, Table Grove. Visitation will be 'Mon* day from 7-9 p.m. at Kost Memorial Home, Vermont. HENRY C. SHOFNER LaFAYETTE — Funeral for Henry C. Shofner, 72, of LaFayette who died last Thursday at Proctor Hospital, Peoria, was Saturday at 2 p.m. at Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Delbert Howell officiating. Burial was 4 at LaFayette Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dean Tracy, Jerry Pittard, Dean Sweat, Wayne Martin, Robert Dustin and Corliss I. Ingels. RAYMOND TATMAN MONMOUTH .-, Funeral for Raymond Tatman, 50, of 1401 S. Seventh St., who died Thursday, was Sunday at 2:30 p.rri at immamiel Baptist Church. Rev. Michael Peterson officiated. Burial was at Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Russell Shaub, Dr. Roy Price, Harold Clayton, Lawrence Griififee, Melvin Crooks, and Jack Cox. Leslie FUod, Robert W. Smith and Howard Johnston were ushers. THE %^ & FINEST IN ^ r ° FLORAL 9 TRIBUTES % Dons J Flower Shop | I 56 Kill.TON tJ 343-3174 GERALD G. JARMAN EUREKA — A former Elmwood resident died Sunday of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wounds at the Maple Lawn Heme, Eureka. Gerald G. Jarman, 73, was found at his home by his cousin, Edward Cox of Maquon, Sunday at 12:40 p.m., according to. Woodford County Coroner Leland Morgan. Morgan pronounced Him dead^at the scene at 1:15 p.m. Morgan said that a note was,HOBERT L found with the body, giving a time of 10:30 a.m. Sunday, indi eating Jarman took his life because he was despondent. He was born Jan. 19, 1900, in Wyoming, and married Mary Demick on May 28, 1925. She died Sept. 19, 1972. He was employed by Central Illinois Light Co. before retiring, and was a member of Eureka United Methodist Church and the Elmwood Masonic Lodge. He was graduated from F.'mwood High School. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Russell (Edith) Farquer, Williamsfield. Funeral will be Wednesday at p.m. at Patterson Funeral Home, Elmwood, with Rev. LeRoy Flynn officiating. Burial wil) be at Elmwood Cemetery, Visitation will be Tuesday from 9 p.m. at the funeral home. ROY W. COLBURN WOODHULL - Roy W. Colbum, ,88, Woodhull, died Sunday at 8:22 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, He was bom Sept. 10,' 1886, at Woodhull, where he married Minnie Johnson on Sept. 20,1911. She died Jan. 5, 1957. He was educated in Woodhull and attended Augustana CoU lege before^ teaching in Woodhull. He also attended Worsham School of Mortuary Science, Chicago, and became a morti- n in Woodhull. He farmed later, retiring in 1955. He was a member of Bethany. Lutheran Church, Woodhull, and was its Sunday school superintendent for 20 years. Surviving are two sons, Clair of Woodhull and Earl of Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Charles Slanphill, Pierce City, Mo., and eight grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church, Woodhull, with Rev. Tressler S. Bolton officiating. Burial will be in Woodhull Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. at Peterson - Wallin - Knox Funeral Home, Woodhull. Memorials may be made to Bethany Lutheran Church or Bethpage Mission, Axtell, Neb., the family said. rows A. NELSON MOLINE - Fritz A Nelson; n, Mollne, died today at 1:27 a.m. at Moline Lutheran Hospital. He was born March 23, 1900, in Phelps County, Neb., and married Mabel E. Carlson, a former Galesburg resident, on June 17, 1955, at Englewood, Colo. He was employed as a custodian before retiring in 1985. Surviving are his.widow; four brothers, Harold of Richvale, Calif.. Roy of Roswell, N. M„ and Fred and Alfred, both of Bertrand, Neb., and three sisters, Mrs. Elmer Smith, Orange, Calif., Mrs. Carl Lanquist, Holdre ge, Neb,, and Miss Ruth Nelson, LoomiSy Net). Funeral will be Wednesday at 1 p^m. at Wendt Brothers Funeral Home, Moline. with Rev. Donald Ortlund, pastor of Homewood Evangelical Church,, Moline, officiating. Graveside services will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery, dales- burg. Visitation Wilt be Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. at the fmieral home. MmM, MYMA ?73 , ,15 MfSS ALICE M. LEMON Miss Alice M. Lemon, 89, of 444 N. Broad St., died Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. She was born May 10, 1884, in Galesburg, and was a member of First Baptist Church, its Adult Bible Class and the Ann Hanson Circle. Surviving are a nephew, Horace L. Coolidge, two grandnieces, Kathleen Coolidge, and Nancy/ Coolidge, and a grandnephew, Roger Coolidge, all of Rochester, Minn. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel- Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Traffic Accidents John L, Stewart, 21, 48 N. Ce» dar St., Was treated at St. Mary's Hospital and released early Sunday after the car he was driving Was involved in a collision at.the corner of Henderson and Losey streets. Police said Stewart's car hit one driven by Russell J. Sellett, 60, 118 Dietrich Ave. The mishap occurred at 1:08 a.m. Sellett was cited for failing to yield the right of way. A pickup operated by Steven R. Blust, 17, Oneida, struck a car driven by Mitchell J. McClure, 17, 1251 Parkview Circle, Saturday at 3:11 p.m. at the corner of Henderson and Dayton streets. McClure was charged With failing to yield the right of way. A passenger in Mc C!ure's car, 15»year-old Zoe Urena, 999 Dayton St., was slightly injured, according to police. Paul D. Jacobson, 17, 1188 N. Kellogg St., was charged with driving too fast for conditions after his car went out of control Sunday shortly before 1 a.m., skidded 126 feet, snapped off a utility pole and traveled an- Thef ts MONMOUTH - Three tape players were stolen from locked ears in Monmouth over the weekend, according to reports made to Monmouth police. Kenneth Berberick, 320 College Place, reported a $175 tape player and speaker unit stolen from his car sometime between Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m. Fire Culls Galesburg firefighters were called to the Clark Service Station, 588 W. Main St., Saturday at 3:24 p.m. to mop up spilled gasoline. There was no fire. Suits Filed Two suits have been filed in Knox County Circuit Court by J Harvey Wodis, who is seeking Charles Walker, Kewanee, told |payment for damages done to police Sunday at 2:15 p.m. hei a building he owns at 143 S. parked his car at the ATO House at 12:30 a.m. and Hinchliff- i FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET WONE 343-2101 MISS ALICE M. LEMON - 444 N. Broad St. formerly of 1138 N. Cherry St. Services 1:30 P.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Linwood Cemetery. nox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MR. ROY W. COliURN Age 86 Woodauli, 111. Services 1:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH, WOODHULL Visitation Tuesday evening 7 to 9 at the Woodhull chapel. Burial Woodhull Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Bethany Lutheran Church or Bethpage Mission, Axtell, Neb. LARRY WHITE TOULON - Larry White, 30, of Woodridge, formerly of Toulon, died at his home Saturday at 1:50 p.m. He was born at Kewanee on May 25, 1943. He was graduated from Toulon High School and Northern Illinois University, and was a plant inspector for Western Electric, Cicero. He married Marilyn Heaton at Toulori on Nov. 7, 1964. She survives with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Floyd White, Eden Prairie, Minn., two brothers, Kenneth of Berwick, Pa., and Ronald of Augusta, Ga., and his grandmother, Mrs. Iva Miller Knowles, Peoria. Funeral was at Kidd Funeral Home at Toulon today at 1:30 p.m. Burial was at Toulon Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Fund, according to the family. READ THE WANT ADS! CARTER PRAIRIE CITY - Hobert L. Carter, 46, of Prairie City, died Saturday at 1:45 p.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. He was born Feb. 17, 1927, in Biggers, Ark., and married Charlotte Danner on July .2, 1949, in Burlington, Iowa. He was a member of the Church of God Prophecy, was a World War II veteran, and was a member of American Legion Post 381. He was a self- employed welder in Fairview. Surviving are his widow; three sons, Kim, Zan and Bobby, all at home; three daughters, Dixie at home, Mrs. Belinda Swank, Greenbush, and Mrs, Kathy Atwater, Prairie City; two brothers, George" and Pete, both of Abingdon; two sisters, Mrs. Gay Johnson, London Mills, and Mrs. Eleanor Landon, Abingdon, and his fdther, John W. Carter, Abingdon. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon, with Rev. Wendell Taylor, pastor of Church of God of Prophecy, Kalamazoo, Mich., officiating. Burial will be in Abingdon Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Arrests William G. Bennett, 30, Victoria, was arrested early ioday by Galesbung police for battery after an alleged incident at a «1 taven. Bennett allegedly punched a young woman in the face with his fist. She was hospitalized. Keith Myron Shaw, 18, 1527 E. Main St., was arrested Saturday at 5:55 p.m. for deceptive practices after he allegedly attempted to purchase a food order with a stolen check. Randy Irvin Dawson, 20, 830 S. Samiinary St., was booked Sunday at 11:15 a.m. for cnimi nal damage to property after an incident in tile 1500 block o! McKnight Street, | Howard W. Johnson, 36, Knoxville, was arrested Saturday shortly after 5 p.m. for a breach of line peace after an adli&ged outburst following Johnson's arrest on a traffic violation. MONMOUTH - Larry E. Chiartans, 19, Peoria, was cisrged by a Warren County deputy Sunday at 4:34 p.m. with illegal possession of cannabis. Two Berwick men, Cecil R. Tabb, 20, and Billy D. Head, 18, were charged Saturday.at 6 p.m. with, illegal possession of liguor. Paul L. Deny, 33, 325 N. Prairie St., Galesburg, was cited Sunday at 12:52 a.m. with driving while his license was revoked or suspended. James E. Taylor, 19, Maquon, •was charged Saturday at 6:30 p.m, wiith illegal possession of liquor. other 38 feet before coming to car rurt in the 1000 block of North Academy Street. The vehicle was heavily damaged. There were no injuries reported. A pickup driven by Catherine M. Headley, 20, 1169 Beecher Ave, jumped a curb in front of her residence, and struck an ornamental light pole, knocking the pole to the street. There were no citations ' issued. The mishap occurred Saturday at G:39 p.m. Mark E. Oakman, 17, 963 E. Lcsey St., was cited for a speed restriction violation after his car hit the back of one driven by Judith C. Bryson, 26, Wheaton, Saturday about 10:30 p.m. at the corner of Main and Sumner streets. I A car operated by Russell L.' Bcswell, 28, 703 S. Pearl St., hit the back of one driven by Jeffrey L. McCurry, 19, Abingdon, Saturday about 10:35 p.m. at the corner of Main and Seminary streets. There were no charges. Vicky A. Denton, 21, Alexis, was charged with failing to yield the right of way after her car was hit by one driven by Anthony L. Sotelo, 35, Woodhull, Saturday at 10:56 p.m. in the 1400 block of North Henderson Street. A motorcycle operated by Stuart A. Schrodt, 33, Abingdon, returned at 10 a.m. to find his tape player gone. He listed the loss at $59. Kent Turnbull, Griggsville, reported Sunday at 1:08 p.m. that a (50 tape player had been stolen from his car sometime between Saturday at 8:45 p.m, and the time of the report. John R. Hallstrom, 325 N. Sixth St. reported Sunday at 1:4? p.m, that a $50 radio converter had been stolen from his Thieves also made off with iho license plates from the car of Howard Graham, 217 E. Fourth Ave. sometime between Sunday at 7:30 p.m. and today at 1 a.m. according to a report mfde today at 1 a.m. Seminary St. The first suit names the Bur- iington Northern Railroad as the defendant and asks a judgment for $43,540. The suit alleges that the railroad was guilty of negligence Feb. 21 when a car of a train struck the corner of the building, causing damage. The suit contends that railroad personnel failed to consider the snowy, icy condition of the track and operated an engine too wide for the track at an excessive speed. In a companion suit, Wodis seeks an identical amount from Continental Casualty Co. The suit contends that the building was insured with the firm for $70,000 at the time of the accident, and that while the owner has furnished due and timely proof of the damage, the insurance company has refused to pay the claim. HOSPITAT, NOTFS Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Cynthia G. Lewis, 762 E. North St. Ivan L. Burkhaltcr, Cameron N Miss Mclodcc A. Sargcant, GUson Michael D. Sawyer, Monmouth Mrs. Anna L. Anderson, Galva William E. Mrasck, 1701 Robin Ct. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Robert L. Basham, 797 E. Knox St. Mrs. Ida B. Slanlc, 685 N. West St. Tohn Holmes, Effingham XendaM C. Larson, 504 Maple Ave. Mrs. Natalie M. Dalton, 1791 McMastcr Ave. Win R- Loveridpe, Rio Mrs. Dianna K. Crousc, Carl R. Carlson Jr., Knoxville Robert D. Foster, Yates City Miss Vivian S. Johnson, 301 E. Houston St. Mrs. Florence M. Todd, Galva Mrs. Phyllis F. Rosenberry, ,1092 N. Broad St. Mrs. Beverly B. Johnson, Scaton „. „„ t o _ 882 N. Kellosg St. went out of control today about Mrs. Bernice E. Kewley 1:20 a.m. when it apparently dropped off the pavement near the intersection of 111. 41 and IJnwood Road. The vehicle struck a culvert, authorities said. The driver reportedly was uninjured. There were no charges. Traffic Court Four persons were fined $10 each Saturday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court. John M. Healey, 22, 1557 S. Seminary St., and Dixie L. Quinn, 32, Abingdon, were fined for speeding. Phyllis Acosta, 55, Chicago, was fined for failing to yield the right of way, and Dennis G. Higgins, 22, 1560 E. Grove St., was fined for a muffler violation, MRS. EDNA FRANZMAN KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Edna Franzman, 78, of the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Knoxville, died Sunday at 1:53 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. She was born Sept. 6, 1894, in Cook County. She was divorced in 1954- She has been an Evangelist since 1931. She is survived by three, daughters. Graveside services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Knoxville Cemetery. There wil,l be no visitation. Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, is in charge of arrangements. I Births Bom at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie E. Nash, Woodhull, a girl Sunday at 12:28 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Agan, Alexis, a boy today at 8:22 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boone, 388 N. Cedar St., a boy Sunday at 12:55 a.m. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Kathryn M. Smith and Michael R. Pettit, both of Macomb. Janis A. Burrell, 1429 N. Broad St., and James W.-Funk Jr., Indianapolis, Ind. Cynthia Lee Nelson, of near Galesburg, and Jon Charles Martin, Evanston. Mrs. Helen M. (Francoso) Arguello, 343 E. Second St., and Comedo F. Portillo, 979 W. Brooks St. Susan Lee Willander, 390 Fair Acres Dr., and Robert Frederick Hodgkinson, Lake Forest. MONMOUTH - Cars driven by Ida I. Paul!, 54, Rosevillc, Ralph E, Hummel, 62, Quincy, and Michael W. Choval, 17, Markham, were involved in a scries of rear-end collisions Saturday at J1:56 p.m. The drivers were northbound and Mrs. Paull had stopped her car on Main Sfrcet at the Ninth Avenue traf tic signal. The Cheval car struck the rear of the Hummel auto, which was shoved against the rear of the Paull car. Hummel and Cheval were charged with following too close. Leif Robinson, 4, son of Donald L. Robinson, 51, 206 E. Sixth Ave., was injured Sunday at 1:45 p.m. when his father's car collided with an auto driven by Gary D. Holmber, 17, 3 'Ewen Court. The child was taken to, Community Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Holmberg was northbound on U.S. 67 and reportedly made a left turn to U.S. 34 into the path of the Robinson car, which was southbound on U.S. 67. Holmberg was charged with a right ^ of way violation. Geneseo Mrs. Bcrnadine L. Johnson Mrs. Judith A. Carlson, Knoxville Mrs. Connie S. Iluckcr, 1706 Baird St. Any K. Hinkson, 1106 Swcctbriar PI. Mis. Dcbra Ann Mathews, Knoxville R. Craif? Parker, 1137 Dayton Dr. LaNita M. Day, Woodhull Vfrs. Gettrude L. Holm, Monmouth Gerald W. Rlunday, 718 Arnold St. Mrs. Norma P. Hill, 1106 N. Seminary St. Douglas Schwartzkopf, Altona Mrs. Patricia I. Shreck, Cambridge Roy A. Maxwell. Galva Mrs. Lona M. Mings, Prairie Citv ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Lela L. Agan, Alexis Edwin D. Fransen III, Galesburg Mrs. Nadine M. Gillenwater, Abingdon Theodore L. Guenseth, Galesburg Edward E. Gulledge, Algonquin Michael L. Jackson, 1849 Bluebird Dr. Mrs. Ruth E. Mustain, Williamsfield Mrs. Linda S. Nash, Woodhull rs. Betty J. Nunn, Butx- (Continued from Page 3) ernment export subsidies which Jackson argued should never have been paid. Butz was asked in a television interview Sunday if he considered the Soviet wheat deal a blunder, and he replied, "I certainly don't." At the time, Butz said, U. S. officials did not "have any idea about the magnitude of the sales." "At the time the sale was made it looked like a tremendously good sale," Butz said. "In retrospect, it was." He said the flap over the, gran deal was a "red herring . . . played up out of all proportion to its importance." 715 Pennsylvania Ave. Miss Virginia A. Punkett, Alpha Harry V. Smith, Knoxville Emil E. Sundberg, 1735 Indiana Dr. Mrs. Geraldine H. Swanson, 388 N. Cherry St. Aivin C. Thompson, Galva Wayne Williamson, Bushnell Mrs. Christina Woerner, 1026 Harrison St. Mrs. Gertrude I. Imler, 892 E. Grove St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Roland L. Thomas, 2672 Springer Rd. David W. Nelson, 1775 Clay Dr. Miss S. Kay Dark, 1470 Grand Ave. Mrs. Lois A. Murray, 946 S. Cedar St. Miss Regina L. Lawson, 663 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Dorothy L. Ramp, Gilson 3 f St. MarvV ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: W. A. Carlson, 723 Pine St. Mrs. Mary L. Mower, 1591 N. Prairie St. Enrl T. Rollins, 812 E. North St. Mrs. Olive Schisler, Abingdon Mrs. Lorraine M. Young, Williamsfield Lc-land DeSollar, 155 Walnut St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Glen M. Rosenberg, Custer Hotel Mrs. Mary E. Etzel, 304 Division St. Mrs. Mildred Duden, 980 W. Losey St. Paul Lear, Knoxville Frank D. Colwcll, 705 Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Shirley J. Miller, North Henderson Frank Lunholm, 214 S. Academy St. Mrs. Hilda F. Botruff, 148 N. Ivan Ave. Brock W. Baker, 460 S. Chambers St. Miss Melissa S. Hopping, East Galesburg Daniel J. Waight, Victoria Mrs. Patricia A. Cokel, Monmouth Miss Belinda L. Walters, Maquon F.'oyd L. Engle, Aledo ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Gary E. Brittingham, Knoxville James M. Carothers, 285 Indiana Ave. Mrs. Lois M. Gabanski, 1430 W. Main St. Mrs. Helen Harshbarger, Abingdon Clifford C. Hill, 1428 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Agnes Joachim, 240 W. Tompkins St. Emery W. Jones, Roseville Mrs. Irene C. Leffingwell, Maquon Julian A. Mitchell, 987 N. Seminary St. Cic-orge McNeil, Galesburg Route 2 Xendal L. Myers, Abingdon Mrs. Mattie J. Mixon, 1434 S. West St. Jacob W. Miller, 879 Parkview Rd. Pobert L. Nichols, 703 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Mildred L. Peterson, 925 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Fay Woolsey, Abingdon Mrs. Mary A. Yung, North Henderson DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Alvin L. Gloyd, Colchester Robert R. Bogard, London Mills Miss Anne M. Foote, Williamsfield Mrs. Connie S. Swanson, Galva Miss Katina E. Johnson, Alexis Willis Alexander, 490 S. Henderson St. Robert. D. Sandercock, Abingdon Leonard B. Hook, Cameron

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