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AND FUNERALS niMiL... J. DR. FRED BKAllMONT JOY -4*. Fred Beaumont, tf; Boise, Idaho, died Tuesday at his home. His Widow Jslhe former Virginia Kiddoo or Joy, who sur vives with two softs, Fred Jr., Boise, and Stephen, Denver, Cdfo.; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Satoift, Boise, aod his father-in- law, Lflgail KirJdoo, Joy. MRS. HAZEL PHILLIS GENESEO - Mrs. Hazel Phillis, 85, Geneseo, died Tuesday at the Hillcrest Home, where she lived. The former Hazel Woolums was born June 12, 1888, in Woodhull, and married Wilson Phillis in 1918 in St. Louis, Mo. He died in 1957. She was a member of Clover Chapel Church, Woodhull, and was a 50-year member of the Woodhull Eastern Star Chapter. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Verla Carlson, Altona, and Mrs. Alta Penderson, Geneseo, and a brother,. Clay Woolums, Gales burgii Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Peterson-Wallin-Knox Chapel, Woodhull, with Rev Henry Mueller, pastor of Clover Chapel Church, officiating. Burial, will be in Clover Chapel Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday from 7-^ p.m. at the chapel, with Eastern Star services at 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to-the Hillcrest Home bus fundi the family said. FRED C., RlECTOR . YATES CITY - Fred C. Recto^ 80i of Yates City, died Tuesday at 8:03 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital). , , He was born March 7, 1893, at Fenton, and married Marguerite Lacky on July 21, 1926; She died Jan. 28, 1968. He retired from the Burling* tori Northern Railroad in 1957. He was a member of Yates City United Presbyterian Church, the Masonic Lodge at Lewistown and the Temple of Mohammed qfjPeoria. ir .v;.-„ He' had lived in Yates- City since 1945. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs., Hildreth. GrpVer, Tempe, Ariz.; a son, Kenneth of Gulfport, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Daisy Palmer,. Morrison, and five grandchildren. Funeral wilj be Friday at 1;30 p.m. at Patterson-Funeral Home, Elmwood. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery, Lewistown. Visitation will be Thursday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. C. ROBERT OLSON OAK PARK - Funeral for C. Robert Olson of Oak Park was Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Drechsler-Brown Funeral Home, Oak Park. Burial was at Brons- wood Cemetery. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Richard F. (Kristin) Williams, Mount Prospect, and Mrs. Ruth Kerrigan, Oak Park; a brother, Richard B. Olson, Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Virginia Rapport, New York; N.Y., and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Eloise Duntley. MRS. FANNIE L LEACH Funeral for Mrs. Fatttte L. Leach, 82, of 619 W. Main St., who died Monday at Cottage Hospital, was today at U a.m. at HincWiff-Pearson-West Ch*p- el, with Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. ' . '• Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. F, DESMOND LONG MONMOUTH - F. Desmond Long, 58, of 728 E. Euclid Ave., died Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Gatesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born July 6, 1915, at Monmouth, where he was fear* ed and educated. He was graduated from Monmouth College and did graduate study and held a teaching fellowship at Louisiana State University, Ba* ton Rouge. He married the fcr« mer Mary Louise Bowfcer on .My 5, 1934. He did technical and development work at the Com Products Refining Co., Aflgo, for two years. From 1941-1985 he directed paper product development for the Container Corp. of America, and then became director of the packaging system at Weyertiauser Co., Chicago. He was a member of First United Presbyterian Church, Galesburg, Monmouth E1 ks Lodge 397, American Chemical Society and the v National and Chicago TAPPI. ' Surviving with the widow are a son, Dr. David D. Long, Galesburg; three daughters, Mrs.,Nancy Ann Schroeder, Ft. Worth, Tex., Mrs. Sue Frances Hebehstriet, Decaituri and Miss Barbara Long, at home; six grandsons, and " his mother, Mrs. Nellie H. Long, Monmouth.! Funeral will be Friday at the TurnbuU Funeral Home, where friends may .call Thursday and Friday until the hour of the service. Contributions for a memorial may be left at the Turnbui Funeral Home, the family said. Burial will- be in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Company Plans To Begin Making Radial Car Tires NEW YORK (UPI) - Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. expects to start regular production of belt radial passenger car tires at its Texarkana, Ark., plant early next year, President Wayne B- Brewer told New York security analysts Tuesday. He said Cooper experts to convert 40 per cent of its output to radials by 1976. . NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock prices staged a broad advance today m active trading on the New York Stock Exchange, with the main ptopellant still a steady flow of excellent second quarter earnings Minutes before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had (shot up 8.08 to 928.78. Advances ran welt ahead of declines, 853 to 340, among the 1,553 traded. Trading was brisk, with more than 8,000,000 shares traded by noon, compared with 6,740,000 shares in the same period i Tuesday. Leading the actives, International Telephone & Telegraph Corp. rose % to 33% on 89,500 Shares, followed by Deere & Co. Which fell % to 47 on 77,700 shares. American Airlines was third, off % at 11 on 75,800 shares. Standard Oil of Ohio was among the issues benefitting from favorable earnings statements. The .company announced per-share earnings of $1.48 in the second quarter, compared with 70 cents the same period last year. Other oils posting gains were Kerr McGee up lVs, Atlantic Richfield and Standard of California a point each. Electronics and computers were stronger. IBM added 4V4, {Honeywell 2%, Texas Instruments 2Vi,\ and Burroughs 2%. Among the higher glamors, Corning Glass rose AVt, Senium- [berger 2% and Upjohn 1. Monsanto tacked on 1. Other chemicals were mixed. Motors, steels, rails and aircraf ts were slightly ahead. Airlines moved irregularly in fractions. The American Stock Exchange also posted gains in stepped-up activity. Firm Predicting Strong Recovery In NearFuture NEW YORK (UPI) Abraham & Co. is optimistic the stock market can stage a strong recovery in the near future. The firm noted the breadth of the stock market has been good in the recent past and if this continues, the development "could initiate a new major uptrend—a possibili ty that would have to be assessed in light of the unfolding technical evidence." Fire Calls GeJesburf firefighters were called to the Santa Fe Railway crossing on Lmwood Road Tuesday at 6:03 p.m. when a fire ignited under a flatcar. Loss was confined to the railway car. Damage was reportedly light. Firemen mopped up spitted gasoline Tuesday about 2:40 p.m. near the comer of South and Kellogg streets. There was no firev Thefts MONMC4JTH—Robert Smith, 602 W. Clinton Ave., reported to police today at 12:21 a.m. that about $25 worth of food had been stolen from a refrigerator he keeps in his garage. He said the theft took place sometime between Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. and the the time of the report. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Donald C Damewood, Monmouth, a girl Tuesday at 9:05 p.m. Born at St, Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Eubanks, 136 Maple Ave., a girl Tuesday at 8:28 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gross of near Altona, a boy Tuesday at 3:19 p.m. MARQUETTE, Mioh. - Sgt. and Mrs.: William H. Marshall are the parents of a son bom Tuesday at Sawyer Air Force Base, Marquette, Mich. Materr nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, 342 Indiana Dr. Paternal grandparents are Mr. : and Mrs/William H. Marshall, Canton, formerly of Galesburg. Whatever the L Occaiion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 121 N. BROAD 34*4121 MaufPlfums and Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS tiel w. Main Si tJaleiburg. Ill Phone 342-S5I2 ST. LOUIS—Missouri Portland Cement Co. will double the capacity of its Massac County plant in Illinois over the next 10 years at a cost of $30 million. The city of Metropolis; ill., has authorized an industrial revenue bond issue of $15 million to help finance the project. RENO, Nev.— Inventor-industrialist William Lear, who has put millions into a vapor engine for automobiles, has come up with a new invention—a battery charger that he says will recharge a battery for an automobile, truck, tractor or boat in 10 minutes. The device already is in production and will be marketed through automobile and machinery equipment dealers. It will sell for 1279 to (296. The Federal Reserve Board, according to the Spear Market Report, is on the spot and taking some steps to control inflation. In this context, the firm says, the economic situation in this country is much the same as the "bridge over the River Kwai," and "must be viewed as a shaky but welcom means of crossing over the murky waters of tight money that confronts the market now.*' The Pentagon houses the per sonne! of the Department of Defense, which includes the Departments of the Army, Navy and Air Force. . FINEST IN ^ . Q FLORAL Q, § TRIBUTES %\ | /WS | ft Ftou 'tT Nho/> h O 56 KUI.ION O )£\ 343-3174 rf£ Walston & Co. says there is a new-found optimism on Wall Street which cam? from "out of nowhere." The firm notes the market has "ignored the headlines about soaring interest rates, a possible further leap to 9 per cent for the prime rate...the deep confusion about Phase IV, and other matters." PeteMon- ^W)at tin ~^JCiox WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MRS. HAZfL PHIUIS Age 85 WoodfauU, HI. Services 1:30 P.M. —'FRIDAY PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX, WOODHULL Visitation Thursday evening 7 to 9 with Eastern Star services at 8. Burial Clover Chapel Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Hillcrest Home for the bus fund. Despite the advent of Phase IV, the "slowdown in demand is already obvious," according to the Lehman Letter, and "it may take actual declines in industrial production to convince many analysts that demand has softened substantially. They should hot have to wait many months for that evidence," the firm says. Loans Available CHARLESTON, HI. (UPI) State Sen. Terry L. Bruce, D- Olney, said Tuesday state loans will be made available to farmers in the Embarrass River Basin, hit hard by rains last weekend. Man Killed Du QUOIN, 111. (UPI) State police said they were notified Tuesday of the death Monday night of Jerry Lovall, 25, Vienna, in a car-frieght train collision at Whitehall in Johnson County. Montana sets no daytime speed limit on highways, permitting whatever is "reasonable and proper." Saddle Club Holds Show At Knoxville Grand prize entries were won by. Floyd Becker, Lisa Craig and Mickey Utzinger inV the Galesburg Boots and Saddle ClUb horse show at the club grounds in Knoxville Saturday. Dave Brown was judge for the show. The club's next show is scheduled Aug. 4. Show time is 7:30 p.m. at the club grounds. Pony Pltuutt — Pat Partlow, Michael Adamson, Faye Alps. Halter Claif — Ron Partlow, 1- - lan Peterson, Cheryl Gustafson, Pat Partlow, Trudy Peterson. Bareback Tret — Margie Brandt, Lisa Craig, Sandy Joneson. Woman's Western Plaaaura—Jan- Ice- Brandt, Cindy Hopping, Judy Dennif*. Myrna Adamson, Sandy Joneson. Plug Baca — .Tanie Boiler, Bob Wadham , Mickey Utzinger, Ed Craig. Handy Hon* — Barb Hagerty, Danny Billings, Floyd Becker, Sandy Joneson, Lisa Craig. Jr. Westarn Plaaaura — Patty Howard, Trudy Peterson, Garry Adamson, Holly Masters, Marvin Masters. Barrel Race — Mickey Utzinger, Ed Craig, Danny Billings, Marvin Masters, Barb Hagerty. Man's Western Pleasure — Don Lewis. Chuck Brandt, Lee Martin, Art Utzinger, Harlan Peterson, Speed and Action — Mickey Utzinger, Bob Wadham, Danny Bill. ln Iaek Race — Bob Wadham, Mickey Utzinger, Barb Hagerty, Danny Billings, Lisa Craig. Severe Storms Over Kansas, Minnesota By United Press International Violent weather erupted Tuesday night in Kansas and Minnesota. A tornado was reported about five miles north of the Wichita, Kan., airport Tuesday night and another twister struck an area about 45 miles north of Alexandria, Minn, There were no reports of damage or injuries. Winds were clocked at 70 miles per hour at Wichita. Another tornado spun through an area about 16 miles southwest of Tilden, Neb., earlier Tuesday, causing some minor damage. There were no injuries. Thunderstorms rumbled over much of the nation's interior and the Southwest early today and scattered showers and thunderstorms were reported from the Great Lakes to North Dakota. Fair skies prevailed in New England and in the western third of the nation today. Early morning temperatures today ranged from 92 at Needles, Calif., to 49 at the southern Wyoming communities of Rock Springs, Rawlings and Laramie. Traffic Court Willis Alexander, M, 494 S. Henderson St., was sentenced Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court to seven days in the county jail for driving with a revoked or suspended license. He was also fined $100 for recklew driving. fitted Tuesday for speeding were Blffie A. Garrkrtt, 42, Fowler, Ind., $14; James A. Jennings, 34, Abingdon, $11; John C. Bowlsby, 17, Waterloo, Iowa, $12; Richard A. Hunger, 18, 1638 Willard St., $20; Daniel R, Ferris, 18, Abingdon, $11; Delvin J. Sylvester, 31, Barnhart, Mo., $12; Donald W. Kramer Jr., 24, Pekin, $12, and Kathy A. Swegfe, 18, 1373 1m perial Ave., $14. Fined $10 for speeding were Walter D. Nesbit, 63, Knoxville; Mary L. Johnson, 44, 254 Madison St., and Thomas A. McGrory, 20, Victor, Ind. Edward C. Stafford, 50, 334 W. North St., and Mary J. Talley, 32, Seaton, were each fined $10 for traffic signal violations. Lane* violations resulted in $10 fines for Richard W. Welch, 16, 691 Florence Ave., and Richard J. TUhof, 43, Peoria. Rob L. Owen, 16, no address listed, Devora Elaine Arnett, 23, 193 N. Kellogg St., and Charles F. Krause, 21, v 2307 N. Broad St., were each fined $10 for riding bicycles With no lights. Fined $10 fur failing to yield the right of way were Carolyn M. Atkins; 66, Dallas City, and Lisa A. Bennett, 16, 1182 E. Fremont St. Fined for making excessive noise were Robert E. Gray, 24, Abingdon, $25, and Charles E. Pi^per, 22, Berwick, $15; Others fined $10 were Howard D. Nail, 42,' 1500 Monmouth Blvd., failing to give information at the scene of a mishap; Mark E. Oakmian, 17, 963 E. Losey St., speed restriction violation; Walter E. Smith, 50, 952 Pine St., following too closely, and Robert J. Herr, 48, 324 N. Farnham St., permitting an unauthorized person to drive. MONMOUTH - Charles W. Beagle, 60, Danville, was sentenced Tuesday in Warren County Traffic Court to 10 days in the Warren County Jail. Beagle was found guilty of a charge of driving while intoxicated. Jack E. Sage, 17, 900 S. D St., was sentenced to seven days in jail on a charge of driving while his license was suspended and fined $10 on an excessive noise citation. A $15 fine was levied against Jeffrey R. Campbell, 17, Plymouth, for disobeying a traffic signal. Fined for speeding were Jerry Mark, 36, Chariton, Iowa, $12, and Mrs. Donna E. Lodwick, 42, 509 S. Fifth St., $10. Also fined $10 each were Mrs. Marcia L. Allen, 26, 1015 E. Boston Ave., improper entrance to a 1 highway, and Edward I. S\adick, 23, Sheboygan, Wis., and Daniel E. Kellcy, 16, Media, driving too fast for conditions. McDONOUGH COUNTY Fines were paid recently in Traffic Division of Circuit Court by Rodney J. Brown, 20, Bardolph, and Robert L. Ackman, 25, 608 Ohio Ave., Galesburg, $10 each for speeding; Michael L, Coleman, 20, 60 W. Second St., Galesburg, $16, speeding; Lois J. Knott, 43, 477 E. Davis St., Bushnell, $20, speeding, and Kathy L. DeWitt, 18, of near Bushnell, $10, failure to yield at a stop intersection. Paul D. Wells, 35, 175 S. Dean St., Bushnell, $15, top fast for conditions; Wijbert G. Shoemaker, 28, Industry, $10, failure to yield after stop; Lowell K. Miller, 24, Tulsa, Okla., $20, too fast for conditions and Gregg E. Luster, 17, of near Blandinsville, $20, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Gatesbiifg Rtalrtif-Mqji, (Ntsbura,.ill, Wednesday,July 1% MJM1 30 Pet Cent Mansfield Seeks Reduction Of U. S. Troops Overseas WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen-iput aside cold war rhetoric, ate Democratic Leader Mike "The policy of this govefn- Mansfield called today for a SOjment should be consistent, not per cent reduction of the 606,000 ,on§ of engagement with the Traffic Accidents Robert J, Selfridge, lfr, 835 Wisconsin Ave., was treated Tuesday *t 0*1 *4* Hospital and then cited by police for passing vi&tiofl After his motorcyde struck the handlebars on another bike, throwing both motorcyclists to the pavement. After Selfridge went off the bike, it reportedly careened into a car driven by Maxine L Roseberry, 50, M N. Semi nary St. The mishap occurred in the 500 block of North Prairie Street about 7:35 p .m. The second motorcyclist, Roger G Mize, 19, 989 W. Main St., re portcdly was unhurt. A car driven by Steven D, Carr, 17, 846 N. KcHogg St., struck a parked auto belonging to Dorothy L. Waktoop, 401 N. Broad St., Tuesday shortly after 8 p.m. in the MO block of Avenue B. Carr was forced to the side of the street by an unidentified vehicle that failed to stop. He was not charged. Police are looking for an utv identified vehicle that collided with a car owned by David G Carmody, 301 Huston St., Tues day at 11:55 p .m. near Carmody's home. Carmody's car was parked. Edward E, McGraw, 23, 70 Phii'iiips St., was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid accident after bis oar hit the back of one driven by Ira C. Hufifaker, 65, 1155 N. Farn hami St., Tuesday at 12:13 p.m in the 1000 block of East Fremont Street. An unidentified car struck one owned by Daisy J. Kennedy, 750 Johnston St., sometime early today while the Kennedy vehicle was parked in the parking lot near the Burlington Northern Railroad depat in the American troops stationed over seas, contending their presence was inconsistent with the growing U.S.-Soviet detente. Mansfield,, in testimony before the Senate arms control subcommittee, said the reduction "should be accomplished within a three-year period and in a carefully structured way which would not necessarily entail the same percentage reduction in each of the three years or in any one area of the world While conceding that his proposal was aimed primarily at bringing home the 317,000 GIs in Europe, Mansfield said he believed • the United States was overextended all over the world. He suggested that cuts be confined to land-based units so the U.S. fleet could operate at appropriate strengths. Mansfield said it was time to Soviet Union in trade and cultural exchange and Confrontation in military matters," Mansfield said. "There should be but one barom/ter by which this government guides its action towards the East." Mansfield said that' because of the proliferation of nuclear warheads in Europe, some of them reported to be very near the frontier with eastern Europe, "it is hard for me to envision any serious conventional war scenario that doesn't go nuclear in less than two days. Our tactical nuclear weapons will be either captured or detonated .... "If a full scale conventional war is the NATO strategy, then all the nuclear weapons— whether called tactical or strategic—should be removed far to the rear where there might then remain the option of not using these weapons." Most Feel President Wrong In Refusing To Testify WASHINGTON (UPI) - A majority of Americans questioned in a recent Louis Harris public opinion poll believed President Nixon was wrong in refusing to testify before the Senate Watergate Committee. The results of the poll, published today, showed that of 1,485 homes canvassed, 51 per cent believed Nixon was "more 200 block of South Seminary! wrong than right" in refusing Street. Police arc investigating. 1 1 0 testify and 37 psr cent considered him "more right than wrong." Circuit Court McDONOUGH COUNTY Scott A. Bridgewaier, 228 N. Or afford St., Bushnell, was sentenced in Circuit Court to five years probation on charges of forgery. He was ordered to pay court costs and to make restitution of $450 within a year. Malcolm McBride, of near Adair, was bound over to the Grand Jury when he appeared in court July 19. McBride, who remains in the McDonough County Jail at Macomb, earlier pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted rape and unlawful restraint. By an even i larger margin, 60 per cent to 30 per cent, those questioned believed Nixon was wrong in refusing to turn over documents and tape recordings dealing with the Watergate incident. The poll also found 59 per cent believed Nixon knew about the Watergate cover-up, compared to 24 per cent who did not think so, and 42, per cent believe he hnd prior knowledge of the break-in while 40 per cent did not think so. Broken Cross Arm Causes Partial City Power Outage Residents, in the southeast sec tion of Galesburg were without power for a brief period of time Tuesday afternoon when a cross arm on a power line pole broke. Robert Schaefer, assistant electric superintendent for Illinois Power Co., said that when the arm broke, a conductor fell on a 12,000-volt distribution cir- Butchie L. Simpson, 17, Bar-! cllit > causill g a <x™stom 69,000- dolph, was fined $20 last week' w]l transmission circuit to re- McDONOUGH COUNTY Marriage licenses were issued recently in the county clerk's office to Leonard William Knox, Davenport, Iowa, and Mary Louise Carlson, of near Roseville, and to Gene F. Clark, Macomb, and Pamela S. Fowler, of near Blandinsville, Isadore T. Schmitt, 66, 1626 Bateman St., was booked Tuesday for disorderly conduct after he was taken into custody at phis residence. Kenneth E. Yarde, 61, arrested for disorderly conduct Monday, does not live at 240 Cedar Ave., as reported in Tuesday's Today's Record, according to the resident there. MONMOUTH - James E. Boyd, 18, 1137 E. Sixth Ave., was charged today at 2:45 a.m. with disorderly conduct. A charge of unlawful possession of cannabis was placed 1 1972, and had no children. Mrs. Tuesday at 10:20 p.m. against)Ward will resume her maiden Patrick S. Molin, 20, Knoxville. 'name, Sharon Lynch. for illegal possession or consumption of liquor by a minor. He was arrested June 22 Michael J. Ward, Bushnell, was sentenced to 60 days at the state penal farm, Vandalia, for defrauding an innkeeper. He is a former, Macomb resident. Loren E. Zeisler, 117 S. Rile St,, Bushnell, who was arrested July 15 at Blandinsville and charged with reckless driving, fleeing and escaping from a police officer, pleaded not guilty to the charges recently in Circuit Court. The. case was ordered to the jury division. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Frances Ann Dawson against Wiljiam E. Dawson, Carolyn A. Strom against J. Dean Strom, Patricia Rose Parkinson against Donald Lee Parkinson, and Kendall Lee Simkins against Roger W. Simkins, , Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Patricia S. (Hoffman) Bloomgren, Knoxville, and Richard W. Walter, 759 Jefferson St. Miss Jacqueline Ann Howard and Bruce W. Devlin, both of Woodhull. Miss Gloria J. Mundy, 102 Locust St., and Donald L. Barton, 215 N. Academy St. Mrs. Ruth C. (Traut) Snyder, and Orville D. Shelton, both of 873 E. Knox St. Divorces Granted McDONOUGH COUNTY Sharon Marie Ward, Chicago, was granted a divorce last week in Circuit Court from Michael Joseph Ward, Bushnell, on grounds of mental cruelty. The couple was married April 16, lay and lock out. Schaefer said a couple of knots were discovered "at the point of Uie break which occurred on South Fifth Street. The,power outage also affected customers in Knoxville, Gilson and Appleton, tlic rural area east of Knoxville and part of Lake Bracken. The break knocked substations out of service at Knoxville, on South Farnham Street and at Gates Rubber Co., leaving the plant without power. All service was restored by 3:15 p.m., Schaefer said. HOSPITAT NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs; Audrey Borth, 245 E. Mary St. Daniel J. Brddson, Laura Carl Buckley, Galesburg State Research Hospital Mrs. Hazel M. Cole, 355 Division St. William Elgin, Cincinnati, Ohio Mrs. Victoria Eubanks, 136 Maple Ave. Mrs. Pearl A. Fast, 1089 W. Main St. Mrs. LeAnne Faye Gross, Altona Mrs. Donna Hook, Maquon Ernest L. Pierson, Knoxville Mrs. Marilyn J. Rogers, 1254 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Oharlene A. Schuneman, 55 W. North St. Miss Mary E. Shirley, Knoxville Steve L. Thurman, Abingdon Mrs. Nora VanDusen, Knoxville Clianles M. Wroth, Lincoln, Neb. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: William A. Heigeson, 117 W. Main St. Mrs. Lorada Corpening, 171 S. West St. Miss Christy L. Sprinkle, 1911 E. Main St. Ogden Haynes, 366 Locust St. Leland DeSollar, 155 Walnut St. James R. Blackburn, 561 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Mary Fay Woolsey, Abingdon Mrs. Margaret A. Shell, 1249 Mulberry St. Mrs. Lana Dee Rush, 1010 Woodbine Cr. Mrs. Olive A. White, 81 Aliens Ave. Charles E. Peck, Knoxville Roger L. Dawson, 1573 McKnight St. Mrs. Betty J. Swango, 1180 Arcadia Dr. Tony Gordon, Galesburg Route 3 Jeffrey W. Johnson, Prairie City Mrs. Helen I. Peterson, Abingdon READ THE WANT ADS! 'Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Maurice L. Alexander, Geneseo Mrs. Donna B. Carlson, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Shirlec J. Damcwood, Monmouth Mrs. Alyce S. Dillon, Knoxville George R. Hamman, Avon Mrs. Alma M. Hamlcy, Victoria Jack L. Hubcr, Roseville Mrs. Betty D, Kniss, 903 Harrison St. Mrs. Edna L. Lawrence, 1015 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Alma P. Lewis, Cambridge Mrs. Mary M. Mackey, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Linda L. Nagle, 1408 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Corinne E. Sherwood, Knoxville Miss Philis A. Smith, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Mary O. Standard, Monmouth Burley T. Stoneking, Prairie City Arnold Thompson Jr., 505 Iowa Court Mrs. Willa M. Woodson, 495 W. Brooks St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Theodore L. Guenseth, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Julie A. Patch, 1555 Bateman St. Burley Foutch, 1143 E. Grove St. Ernest A. Barlow, Galva Miss Virginia A. Plunkett, Alpha Mrs. Nadine M. Gillenwater, Abingdon Angela D. Peterson, New Windsor Ira L. Bevard, 1761 Bateman St. Michael D. Sawyer, Monmouth Band Concert Galesburg American Legion Community Band will give a concert today at 8 p.m. at the Public Square. Wendy Youngren and Missie Worden, the majorettes, will be featured. Don Ross is the band director.

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