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Gal«bur Divorces Granted KNOX COUNTY - L Traffic Accidents Outlined at m.**^ >~ «. ;-v- ^' **» WehiKi WOIAIID F* LOQCW Mist Dehorah L, AMen, KNOX COUNTY - Three * A ^yeaNiWLtey waited fftAifUE OltfY-firartltar Bn^ihift, p«kjr (rf St. ALSX*~Fweral lor Richard 1291 N. Cherry St, yoroes have been granted inMtftiday at Cottage Mortal's J^A?JS£*£ J*?* ****** *** <* HeA> DetMkld K. Baker. K M* Owhty CSmiit Court entattimjw« t teteasedI ^sanative* of Gate* Gfty **» *^JJ*j*jft * detSMi who dial Sunday in a 1SW Moahtef Ave. eomtfaints of mental entity, attar he ajjpaiatitiy dMhed into b i»^ elderly population out . - WStoiSt ttftfttat, Peter«ft.W»*».Knox Fitter traffic aochfent, m te Hatfa* L. B*«l< Connie L. Landon was di* the street and wa* struck by a i lrt ed a request for a senior dtt Maoomb, was today at ^JM 1 * «i Home, Alpha, is fet charge of day at 2 pin. at McKnight Me* Gakahurg Route 2 yorced from Richard D. Lan-car. . . I*em' center whan. .llie City at the hstm .fmttd^Jm, arrangements, mortal Home, Ate*, *S3i Kav, Hiym » Cheiwtting, Monmouth don, They were married Feb. I The ITMS^ oqewed about Council met tatofmally Monday Abingdbn, Withjte^. Waadett —Kenneth Knudam, pastor of Mrs. D. DeEtt* Fisher, it, and had two childrenJj;8c pm. in JJ* *» block of Bjght . * MRS, EARL L. YOCUM Lutharan CW M ST Horth ^, A* "lother was awarded cus- North a^^,^toe^d. Felix Bengtson, chairman of God of Profiheey, Kalamawo, OALVA^ Mrs, Bart L Vo. oftfcia**. Burial tot** W, Guatafaon, tody of the children. The cMd, Robert toaan 0»* lhe Knox County Ottrtlftattag tfftfe^dldtfi* ™Jf U JJ™g!g L *J* ^ be to MbSTv^ Ml Monroe St, George A. Anderson WM dail whj» Mv« at Mon- Af sn. for Okter Amarleani, Burial was at Abingdon Cem- dS'&lay at 7 Em at ^ North Hendtt*T Mr*. Ona Handricks, granted a divorce from Sandra """^JH 1 -' •'•BW'ft. r S Mked te «*P eftd etery. Pafflbearers were ^SW^iliM «*y call Wednesday Oiwe St. K. Anderson. They were mar-P****^ and i ^ow m federal revenue Stening Legate, Benny itisen* born Nov 21 IAM in «•« hdm. Dtvia w. w«on, hoover, Floyd Hendricks and^ m 7medVriL YocSm Si Ah^ the swvivofs are hi* W|MI K M fc v „, Danny Irons. 191 1 fffi Noven^MS ^ ^ ^ ^ gg^'«ggj; She was graduated from ( ' uist ' Nortn Handerson. M «' W L ^ LaHar P e "there are so.many ©We* people who can't help themselves. They need someone to help, fn this case the finger is m Clay Dr Mrs. Ruby A. Shannon, Woodhull was graduated from'«"""» J, ROYAL TAYLOR Northwestern University In Mil, MAfmN p l^Z?^ AlDAIR—J. Royal Taytor, 72, "*yg • Stop L n > Mrs. Ruth M. Sharp, daamater, Fla., fottneriy United Methodist,<*ttreh,<5al^ 1340 Flb^nee Av?' of Adair, died .Way at 11:20 She lived in Oalva all her life J^his^Sn1e^ , Harvey N, Stremmel, p. m _at Methodist Hospital, before moving to California six ™? SJiir^L s - 1M ttawklnson Ave Rochester, Minn. y«ars ago. children. The mother Was ^ n AUen ' 201 Meadow of the Weinberg Arcade, for awarded custody. • , m \ was ,^^1, ^ merly Infinity Plus One. Jodene E. Djwnard was grant- P 0 *?* Jf"; J* 9 c 5 He said the city then would fed a divorce from Robert G. ™ dd f? ™ y feet Jr e L-.!i have t0 W ^ 3 ' 000 a veal " fM Downard. T!vey were married aPP 11 ^™ 8 brakes. The child vaAa i fees, about $1,800 a year Aug. 1, 1957, alrid had two chtt- JSP** J? J^^JT y for P 0881 ^ 15)000 dren. Custody was awarded to hurtl Al6n WM not char « ed - a year for staff. the. mother. Born April 15, 1900, in An- ^ „ - dover, where he was reared, ™!$Pt n *SSS3S in He was born Nov. 14, I9to, l.&rviving are two daughters, Mr JohmonJivS Jo *-Z2Zl\ S»"N. Chambej* St rs. Glenn (Ann) Carlson, Mis. J*' '5 McClintodc on March 25, 1925, s[wi Viejo, CaUf., and Mrs. Tom a( -"TiSi ^ L - West ' PeWn at Ottawa. He was county (Mary) McHarg, Columbia amp^ed for 20^ years at Regal B ^ n A treasurer for Henry County, Mo.; a sister, Mrs. Jessie KeW He married Myrtle Rohinaon ^^'^ Iowa, before retiring five years Neenah Wis., four grand- Vincent on Feb 14 lfiaa in ago and moving to Worida.__ 3Sdren' great-grand- CaSJJ^ She died' "IMrs. Reba M. Young, "Surviving are his widow; cniwren. ~W~~jKim ^ £j£^ «hree sonsT Thomas of Bushneil, Funeral will be Friday at 2 in t^'Ser confirmed Gorman of Greenwood, Del., P/n. at First United Methodist Galesburg Route 4 T ., *u iMre. Pamela R. Blust, Lutheranl ]fQ4 E. Main St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: and Stanlev of Columbia, Mo.; Church, Galva, with Rev. James c,,—*;,^-- . „ . ... momvxstujo an adaS*K I^s ^SW (W Hancock, pastor, officiate ^lyTntagJe, Durham, N.H.; Burial will be at Galva Cem* gj steSle? a4^^ ^ a Ster , Mrs. Ruby Sexton, tery. SmWd^^ Mrs ' M. M » tthews > Adadr, 12 granckMien and # Visitation wiU be Thursday ^rT£l^ Chicago five gj^tigrandchiWren. from 4-6 p.m Funeral wall be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Martin4tol- lis Funeral Home, Bushneil, wiith Hev. Eugene Kerridc of- fioiating. Burial be at Oak- Wo»d Cemetery, MA comb, friends may call today from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Miss AUCE M. LEMON Funeral for Miss Alice M. Lemon, 89, of 1138 N. Cherry St., was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinc^riPearson-West Chapel. Mtss Lemon died Sunday. 5 Rev. James MiMer, associate pastor of First Bagrtist Church, oiffitoiated. , Burial toaa at Iinwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Craig, 6 e o r g e KUUngsrworth, WtHiam Robson, Roy Damberg, John Price and R. A. Anderson. . nil be Thursday aj^ a hmthpr H A ™Z Tr' CHcago . at Johnson-GillV^ ^ 0 ™f> Herman 3o ^' ' IU M Linda J. Galloway, , „._, ., 1080 Monroe St. •* 5 e * esda y Randall T. Main, Altona Schuster Chapel, Galva. Me- FunerM m monals may be made to the a t 2 am at ih. W~A.U-..*Z *• ' •-— Richard Freece Memorial i d 4 n ^V^5 t< ^ Scholarship Fund, the family ST Re! H 0 * 6 n "-' sa,d - deVen, JULIUS E. ENGQUIST CAMBRIDGE - Julius I**™** Van " Mrs. Ellen L. Moore, Galva n t ih^^^^ 0i \ i 9 u ^ nAse Mre- Helen J. Burnett, Smt' m ^ aie - ^26 Monmouth Blvd. E. HtflA at A^efS: ^ ^ ^ The council indicated Beng- PoUce today were searching tson had done a fine job of pfe- for an unidentified car whfch se ntlng his proposal but ques- colUded with one driven by Uoned whether the city could 'Four Margo J. Pickel, 34, 214 Arnold afford upkeep of the center after persons were fined Monday in St., Monday about 3 p.m. in the the Traffic Division of Knox 900 block of East Main Street. Traffic Coiirt KNOX COUNTY ~ County Circuit Court for speed- The Pickel vehicle sustained ing. Fined were Suzanne P. Ad- about $300 damage, according to ams, 565 E. Third St., $11; Mi- police. The driver was not hurt, chael W. Dawson, 18, 425 Iowa The second car left the scene Ave., $10;. Roberta J. Shelton, without stopping. 21, 1769 Bateman St., $10, and Charles E. Coulter, 18, New Bos ton, $18. MONMOUTH Melvin E. Engquist, 74, Cambridge, died etery. Monday at 9:30 p.m. at Ham- Bll( .,--— mond-Henry Hospital, Geneseo. M Jf • F ANND3 L. LEACH He was born July 17, 1899, in ..J 1 ™- Dannie L. Leach, 82, of Cambridge Township, and mar- 91 .Main St., > died Monday ried Amy Holt on April 10,1935, at Cottage Hospital, at Princeton. Sh* was bom June 14, 1891, He owned the Oldsmobile W Memphis, Mb., where she dealership in Cambridge for 30 married Charles Leach in 1909. years, and was a member of He died in 1954. Cambridge Lutheran Church. Surviving is a son, Frank Surviving are his widow; two Leach, Bartonville, two granddaughters, Mrs. Leonard (Jani- children and four great-grand- INFANT McKUNE ALPHA Lonnie Keith McKune, infant son of Mrs. Patricia McKune, Alpha, died Monday at 8:45 p.m. at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. He was born Saturday at Hamimand-Henry Hospital, Geneseo. His father, Lomnie Mc>Kune, died March 30, 1973. Surviving are his mother; a sister, Tammy- Sue, at home; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gainey, Alpha, and the paternal grandparents, Manuel McKune, Winfield, Iowa, and Mrs. Virginia McKune, Andover. Graveside services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Alpha fer) Broz, Westchester, and Mrs. James (Linda) Matson, Cambridge; two brothers, Luther and Walter, both of Cambridge; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Andreen, Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Ida Peterson and Mrs. Alma Swanson, both of Cambridge, and four grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Cambridge Lutheran Church, with Rev. Robert Van de Veh, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Rosedale Cemetery, Cambridge. Visitation will be Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. at children. She was a member of First United Methodist Church, Sincerity Lodge and Auxiliary of Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Funeral will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Hiixtfiliff-Pearson- West Chapel, whsre friends may can this evening. Burial will be in -Memorial Park Cemetery. BERYL O. WRIGHT AVON—Funeral for Beryl O. Wright, 71, of Avon, who died r last Thursday at Graham Hos- lT , 1M the Stackhouse-Schueneman Fu- pttal, Keokuk, Iowa, was Mon- J * ok A - Trowbrid g e ' Altona Walter W. Vineyard, Abingdon Mrs. Margaret J. Swank, Moon Towers B m Mrs. Connie L. McVey, Farmlngton Mrs. Robert M. McVey, Fanhiiigton St. Mary 's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: John C. Bainter, 670 W. South St. Mrs. Ebba V. Burgoyne, Galva Robert F. Carlson, Monmouth Miss Cynthia Cbnnour, Galesburg Route 1 Lance B. Gardner, Knoxville Mrs. Ann Herrin, 555 Churchill Ave. + James C. Hill, 759 Monmouth ; Blvd. Miss Marcia A. Hogue, Altona Calvin W. Keith, 531 Jefferson St. Fined for failing to obey stop signs Were Kenneth S. Coons. 16, 536 Day St.; $10; Robert H. Hick. 22, 745 Franklin Ave., $10, and James A. Gunn, 20, Pekin, $10. Patricia J. Flynn, 22. 835 Wisconsin Ave., and Orville L. Damitz, 70, of near Galesburg, were each fined $10 for disobeying red traffic signals. A 15-year-old from Gilson was fined $10 for violating the Knox- yille curfew ordinance. Steven E. Klapp, 18, 761 Day St., was fined $10 for not having his drivers license on his person, and Kevin L. Salsman, 17, 682 IV. Sanborn St., was fined $10 for driving too fast for conditions. Others fined were Russell J. Sellett, 60, 118 Dietrich Ave., $10 for failing to yield the right- of-way; Leroy Dortch, 24, 1535 McKnight St., $10 for excessive acceleration; Ivan K. Line, 49, of London Mills, $10 for unsafe tires,.and Rick Morris, 18, 859 Liberty St., $50 for disturbing the peace. in Hitz, 21, Avon, escaped injury Monday at 9 p.m. when his car overturned in a ditch 10 miles east of Rosevillc. Hitz told state lice he lost control when a tire went flat while he was northbound on a gravel road. The car swerved off the road into the ditch and overturned. Cars driven by Miss Lea A. Guilihger, 18* Little York, and Miss Tricia L. Winkler, 19, Alexis, collided Monday at 8:35 a.m. in Little York. Miss Winkler was southbound on 111. 135 and Miss Guilinger was making a turn onto the highway from a city street. No charges four or five years when revenue sharing may end. Decision "It's a matter of me trying to decide older people are more meaningful than younger people and others," said Sixth Ward Aid. F. E. "Buck" Bailey. poiAUng right at you men,'* Bengtson commented. Bengtson also explained that alter the city contributes to Establishing such a center money r for further upkeep may be available next year under a federal program called Title Five. First Ward Aid. Donald Johnson asked Bengtson why thfc elderly could not now seek federal funds for establishing the center. '"Htere has to be motivation in the community first," Bengtson explained. He said the federal government would not dele out any money unless community desire for the project is evident. There are more than 7,000 persons over age 65 in Gatesburg, Bengtson told 1 the council. And despite decreases in the general population of the city indicated in the last census, the number of persons over age 65 increased 5.8 per cent, he said. Knox Caunty'ISursin g Home Will File for Rate Boost The Knox County Nursing of Gary Cooper, specialist in Home wJH fM with the Illinois health services with the IRS, Revenue Service «or permls^on who Jrrformed ^ ^ they to raise its mont% rate to $428 ^ M have to file tov ^ effective July 1. dolly Jess C. Parrish, Oquawka Mrs. Madalene M. Timmons London Mills neral Home, Cambridge. Memorials mav be made to Cambridge Lutheran the family said Church, Johnson Schuster Chaw i _ Galva - Willlamifleld MRS. GEORGE DONNELLY ALEXIS — Funeral for Mrs. George (Geneva) Donnelly, 71, of Alexis, who died Friday at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, was Monday at St. Theresa Church, Alexis. Rev. Robert Lee, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Moline, officiated. ' Pallbearers were Russell Lee, John H. Elder, William Runion, Ed Hartna, Robert O'Brien and Robert Johnson. Burial was in Alexis Cemetery. (Mae) Yocum Services FRIDAY FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Burial Galva Cemetery Friends may from may made Thursday Memorials Richard Freece Memorial Scholar Fund. MRS. WILLIAM M. KENNEDY Fmeral for Mrs. William Mann Kennedy, 64, formerly of 381 W. First St., who died last Friday at Mercy Hospital, Dav- emxjrt, Iowa, was Monday at 11 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Daniel McCaul, pastor, officiating. Rev. Edroond Blough, pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Seneca, gave the mass sermon. Burial was in St. Joaeph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edward L. Kennedy, Joe Kennedy, Leroy Hund, George Shea, Robert Burke and John Holt. St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society members provided an honorary escort. They were Mrs. Hazel Kirtanan, Mrs. Catherine Johnson, Mrs. O'Maley, Mrs. Dorothy Shea, Mrs. Jerry Kennedy and Mrs. Pauf McKillip. day at 2 p.m. at Corman Me* mortal Home, Avon, with Rev. Thietje Hunt officiating. Burial was at Augusta Cemetery. Paabearers were Erwln Grisham, Ron NaJley, David Adkisson, Carl Whitenack, Louis Cutler and Larry Long. ROfc (Continued From Page 3) subsistence allowance of $100 per month (tax free) for up to 10 months each academic year during the advanced course. He will also recieve half the pay of a second lieutenant — about $425 — and a travel allowance for his attendance at a 6 -week advanced camp between the junior and senior years. This amounts to a maximum 2 -year entitlement of more than $2,400. No Charge Eshelman pointed out that uniforms, military science textbooks , 546 N. Chambers St. Miss Kathy Ann Webb, Kewanee Mrs. Mabel Swanson, Abingdon DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Marie J. Wilson, 1400 N. Academy St. Miss Bessie Burke, Knox Manor Mrs. Edna M. Ottos on, 1470 N. West St. Mrs. Geraldine A. Lamb, 271 N. Pearl St, Mrs. Diana L. Dress, Knoxville Peter Craig, Chicago Robert R. WL^on, 766 Abingdon St. Georgia Firm Nixes Plant In Metropolis Arrwrtu Edward Strickland, 21, Knoxville, and Danpy R. Flynn, 23, 835 Wisconsin Ave., were arrested Monday for battery after Strickland, 'aided by FJyrin, allegedly attacked a 36-year-old Galesburg man near a local tavern. The man told police he w^as knocked to the ground by Strickland and Flynn stood on his arm while Strickland kicked him. Strickland was picked up near the corner of Mulberry Street and Aliens Avenue about G p.m. Flynn was taken into custody on Lombard Street about 20 minutes earlier. Kenneth E. Yarde, 61, 240 Cedar. Ave., was arrested Monday at 5:15 p.m. for disorderly conduct-public intoxication. He was picked up in the 300 block of South Pearl Street. David Charles Coffey, 19, 487 S. Chambers St., was taken into custody Monday about 4:15 p.m. as he sat on the front porch of his home. He was allegedly AWOL from the U. S. Army. Coffey told officers he surrendered to military authorities earlier, but they seemed unconcerned so he came back home. ^ . .slon to raise the rates, and the The actum came at a W^ucatlon would have to be called meeting of the Lfeayed by the IRS. Action on Knox County Board's Nursing the a pp ] Jca ti on C(Wlld take as Home Committee thb morning. lr>ng ^ m days he - Ra'pb Anderson, R4th, com- ^ pwKsedlm i5 ^ same were rtade, as parked cars ini- ™tee chataman, said the meet- tlhe Cf>mm ittee took earlier this paired the vision of the drivers, «8 had been caHed because of year in ob t a inin g a rate hike police said. *e Mting of the President s flX)Tn $404 to m which ^ Edward I. Sladich, 23, Sheboy- PJ te freeze and ^ pwaibilityLfifective July 1. Rates at the gan, Wis., was charged Monday™ raising the monthly rate at home W€re | ncreased from ^5 at 10:25 a.m. with driving too™™;\ , k j /to the $404 level Dec. 1, 1972. fast for conditions. Sladich was! John Bivens, superintendent, B tvens expressed doubt that westbound on U.S. 67 and failed has toW committee members fjiijn« wUh the IRS wotrid proto negotiate a curve about four war the past several monthsduce positive results. "The only miles west of Alexis. His car 'that the home is now operating ffau w^e going to cet action went off the road, struck a at a toss and the $428 rate is wh en we close the doors narked car belonging to Ray ™d be the break-even point. That shouW come about next Havs, Alexis, two guard posts B^ens pointed out that the March when we can't meet the and a traffic sign, Mting of the price freeze did payroll,' 1 he stated Tefa Dick, 73, Chagrin Falls, *>f remove aM controls but Bivens also told commdttee Ohio, and Miss Penny J. Row- rated back controls to the members that half of th« dual lev, 20, Seaton. were involved| Phase III level. unit otr conditioner Is nvalttmc- in a 2-car accident in the 100 block of South Main Street Monday at 11:25 a.m. Miss Rowley reportedly attempted a right turn from an inside lane and her car was struck in the rear by the Dick auto. Cars driven by David W. Maguire, 18, 9 Lincoln Court, and Maynard B. Toops, 45, Little York, collided Mondav at 3:52 p.m. at the corner of Main Street and Second Avenue, Maguire was driving south and attempting a left turn and Toops was northbound on Main Street. "That means we're back where we were," Jack Larson, R -3rd, committee member, commented. Larson and Bivens pla/ced a long distance oaftl to the office Uoning, and repairs are estimated to cost from $5,000-$6,000. A representative of an air conditioning firm wil'i attend the Aug. 1 commi'tiee meeting to dlsau'Ss the problem. Damage was minor, charges were made. and no Gladst Thefts MONMOUTH - Richard McVey, 724 E. First Ave., reported to police Monday at 7:20 p.m. that a radio valued at $125 had been stolen from his home. McVey said the radio was taken sometime during the past couple of weeks while he and his family were vacationing. one Homecoming Set Aug. 1042 by Lions Club GLADSTONE - Gladstone's homecoming will be held Aug, 10-12. The annual event is sponsored by the Gladstone Lions Club. Free entertainment has been scheduled each evening during the homecoming on the stage at the village park. Music for a street dance Friday will be provided by the Bill Karl Combo, and music for the street dance Saturday will be by Robert Thomas. The Union High School Band will head a parade in conjunction with the homecoming Saturday at 1:30 p. m. Members of the Gladstone United Methodist Church will serve food each day at the shelter in the village park. Birlhi Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Blust, 1:20 a.m. DALEVILLE, Ind. - Mr. and Zelma METROPOLIS, HI. (UPI)-A orovided th ? U &n\ "i! 1 t G «*#? firm h , ad P lanned |1524 E. Main St., a boy today at provided the student at no to ^4 a po Wer l aW nmower' ^u? e "u - . L !p'«nt here that would employ striked ^V^t ^^V^ h3S decWed 10 l0 - MrsTed Stee^rrbaleyiile, are'C. are imerSteft foS? vear^ cate * e plaftt at Fort Worth ' 11)6 P arerUs of a 8on » Jonath * n 4rejmer W ea in four years of, Tex fl of congee hee> born July 9 . m ^ xm \ spokesman said today. C. Harold Me scher, past chamber president and a director of the chamber, said the CEA Leader Says Firm Filed Inaccurate Reports WASHINGTON (UPI) - Alex/ Caldwell testified: "We have t selves under investigation in ROTC. "Any student who is in terested in earning elective credit may avail himself of one or more of the basic military science courses/' according to K. G. Kiinck, director of student personnel services at Sandburg* Kiinck pointed out that women are eligible for full participation in ROTC training through both Knox and Sandburg. Additional information may be obtained from Kiinck or the Army ROTC Department at Knox Col lege. • McDonough Power Equipment Co. of McDonough, Ga. } said it had decided against moving here because of an unresolved question about long-term rates on an auxiliary gas supply. The firm owns a 42-acre site at the former Massac FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT$TBMT fHQNE 343-2101 * uieaHnG MRS. FANNIE L. LEACH 11 A.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the Chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. 619 W. Main St. Services Man Killed In Gravel Pit DE KALB, IU. (UPI)-Richard Rader, 18, De Kalb, was killed today while working at tine Larsen gravel pit. Authorities said Rader here County fairgrounds and had announced last December it would build a plait on the site. It was expected to cost about $9 million and have an annual payroll of some $5 million, Mescher said. Mescher said the company's plans for the site were uncertain but he said the chamber was lioLds some hope that Fuqua In- elecfcrocuted apparently because dustries, of which McDonough he was standing on wet ground:is a subsidiary, might locate when he started a conveyer | another plant on the site in the i belt. ' !next three to five years. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arleigh Hegarty, Lapeer, Mich. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Seeger, OquaW" ka, 111., formerly of Galesburg, 111. ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Glasbergen, Arroyo Grande, are the parents of a daughter born July 17. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. T. F. Gooding, Maquon, 111. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY H. (Culver) Steagall, 1055 Lawn- da3^ Dr., and Charles Theodore Speer, Yates City. Judith Ann ThraUkill, 484 S. Soangetaha Rd., and Howard Alan Rowe, 97 Park Lane Dr. Kathy Jane Frank, 1416 N. Broad St., and Gene Leslie Woodward, 971 N. Broad St. Shirley Anne Wallace, Knoxville, and Richard E. Shores, 1549 McKnight St. Dorothy Caldwell, administrator of information that Continental did the Commodity Exchange Authority (CEA), charged today Continental Grain Co. deliberately filed inaccurate reports last summer on the size of its big wheat sales to the Soviet Union. Caldwell, testifying before the Senate Permanent Investigations subcommittee wh ich is investigating the grain deal, said Continental submitted reports to his keep secret from the scope of the inaccurate agency to competitors deal. Criminal Prosecutioi He said the Justice Department, after reviewing the CEA had decided not to not want to put these Russian sales on the books for fear that ithe information would be leaked to other grain firms. We have evidence that Continental wilfully filed inaccurate reports." Trade Suspension The CEA has filed an complaint Continental and, if through a hearing the firm could be the Sen. prosecution handled findings, seek criminal against the firm. Continental, which more than half of the billion- dollar grain transaction with the Russians, maintained that its report contained only clerical errors. administrative against proven process, suspended from trading. Questioned closely by subcommittee chairman, Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., Caldwell said the CEA investigated allegations that the Russians traded on the U.S. grain futures market through intermediary firms but he said he could find no evidence of this. Jackson said members of the Kansas City Trade Board who investigated charges of trade manipulation on wheat futures late last summer were them- connectibn with such practices. No Wrongdoing The board found no wrongdoing in its report but the CEA concluded otherwise and referred the matter to the Justice Department for possible grand jury action last May, Caldwell said." He also maintained that he had no advance knowledge last summer that the Soviets were buying up large quantities of American grain. Another Agriculture Department official also denied such charges. FIX BROKEN DENTURES ^ your money btck. N *M feftir Kit 4

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