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AND FUNERALS MRS. PEARL LIKEN KANKAKEE - Mri. Petri utm, m, <* KM***, dfcd Wednesday at 5:» p.m. * tilt forte of her daughter, Mm Wifbam Snetd. The former Pearl Btuahnum was born Aug. 21, 1*3, aid married E. E. White ii Deadwood, S.D. Me died in 1912. She married Dr. C. T. Liken in J940 in Galesburg. He died ifl 1955. She was a member Of the Congregational United Church of Christ at Kankakee. Surviving Are two daughters, Mrs. Snead and Mrs. Edna Coi> bum, Arvftda, Colo., two grand* children and four great-grandchildren. Mrs. Liken donated her body to science. Memorial services will be Aug. 5 at 1:30 p. m. at Congregational United Church of Christ, Kankakee. Memorials may be made to the church, the family said. DALE OWTNGS MACOMB—Funeral for Dale Owings, 88, of Macomb who died Monday at McDonough District Hospital, was Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Dodsworth-Piper- Walten Chapel, with Rev. Cecil Swindle officiating. Burial was at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. He was born Aug. 21, 1884, In Winchester, and married Vera B. Flack on Aug. 17, 1926. He was employed as a salesman for O. T. Johnson Co., Galesburg, and at Murphy and Seltzer Men's Store. He was a member of First Christian Church and the Galesburg Elks Lodge, and was a 50-year member of ithe Masonic Lodge. He had lived in Macomb since 1929. Surviving are his widow and two sisters, Barbara and Mary Ov/ings, both of Winchester. Memorials may be made to the First Cnristlan Church Trust Fund, the fan^y said. MRS. PHILIP G(JLP BROWNWOOD, Tex. Mrs. Philip Gold, 58, Brownwood, died Thursday evening at her home. The former Betty McLain married Dr. Plnfip Gold, and had been a registered nurse at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg, .111. Surviving are her. husband; two sons, John in California and William of Brownwood; her father, Karl McLain, Rookford; a sister, Mrs. David (Marjorie) Myers, Rockford; a brother, Richard McLain, Scattsdale, Ariz., and four grandidhiidren. Funeral will be Sunday in Brownwood. Roy Allen, Bushnell; three lis* ters, Mrs.Beulah Russell, Into* try, Mrs. Bemiee MeCormtck, Canton, and Mrs. Beatrice Farr, fable drove; four brothers. Burley and Bernard, both of Adair, "lyne of Colchester and Bill of Jie*mb, ; /*nd five graiidchil* dren* Funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.nv at Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell, with Rev. Allen Marrett, pastor of Bushnell United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Harris Cemetery, Table Grove. Visitation will be Saturday from 7:30-9 p.m. at the funeral [home. MRS. BERNITA BRANSON MACOMB — Mrs. Bernita Branson, 60, of near Macomb, died today at 7:55 a.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. The former Bernita Allen was born June 7, 1913, in McDonough County, and married Donald Branson on Jan. 10, 1933, at Industry. Surviving are her husband; a son, Bob of Bushnell; two daughters,. Mrs. Gerald (Donna) Kreps, Bushnell, and Janet Branson, at home; her father, "SAY IT BEST" florists m N. BROAD 342-8121 Mausoleums and Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St r.aleiburg, 111. Phone 312-85U OiAU> Kansas Editor JOSEPH E. JACKSON ALEDO — Joseph E. Jackson, 95, Aledo, died Thursday at 1:30 gn^at Mercer County Hospital, He was born Nov. 18, 1877, at Bogota, and married Mayme Michl in November 1903. She died in 1946. He was a blacksmith and a resident of the Joy area since 1914. ; Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Marie Teel, Casa, Ark., two grandchildren and six great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Olin Funeral Home, Joy, with Rev. David Eadie, pastor of Joy United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Peniel Cemetery, Joy. Visitation will be Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. County Awards Road Contracts For Maintenance The Knox County Board's Highway Committee this morn ing awarded contracts for township road work and took a trip to inspect road work being done near Dahinda. Contracts were awarded to Abingdon Rbek Go. for road maintenance work in Chestnut Township on a bid of-$4240, and to Qunther Construction/ C6'. for reconstruction of a bridge in Salem Township on a bid of $29,218. Jack Witt, highway superin tendent, suggested the commit tee visit the site of road resur facing near Dahinda. Witt ex plained that 20 tons of rock salt and water are being added to crushed rock which is being applied on a stretch of road from Cork Creek through Dahinda. The highway superintendent said that salt companies cannot explain the chemical reaction but said that the addition of the salt makes a harder, longer lasting road surface. Witt, said the Cost of salt being applied to the project is $200. The committee also agreed to go along with the request of the Village of St. Augustine to share expenses on a 50-50 basis for repairs to a bridge in the community. Cost of the project is estimated at $3,000. Food Spray Causes Death CHICAGO (UPI)-A 16-year- old boy died in Swedish Covenant Hospital Thursday night after sniffing fumes from a spray designed to keep foods from sticking to pans. Patrick Doran, son of a Chicago policeman, died about 45 minutes after being taken to the hospital hy police who found him lying in a grass parkway at a Northwest Side intersection, a hospital spokesman said. Mark Iverson, 17, told police he and Doran were in Iverson's car when Doran told him he had inhaled the spray product. Iverson said Doran "acted strangely" and became dizzy. Iverson said he stopped the car when Doran said he wanted to get out. Police said he apparently collapsed on the street where he was found. Chicago Couple Killed in Crash CAIRO, 111. (UPI)-A Chicago couple was killed Thursday when their northbound car failed to negotiate a sharp curve on a connector between U.S. 51 and Interstate 57 north of here, police said. Police identified the victims as John Flunder, 70, and his wife, Pearl, 55. The victims were not wearing seat belts and were thrown from the vehicle v/hen it overturned, police said. EMPORIA, Kan. (UPI) William L. White, editor and g ibliahtr of the Emporia atette, who was known for his work as a war correspondent and author, died Thursday. He was 71 White, who was a roving editor of Reader's Digest for 30 years, was the son of William Allen White and, like his father, Was a prolific and outspoken writer. Alf Lattdon, the 1938 GOP presidential nominee, called him a "great editor whose work was always indicative of the political moods and needs of Kansas. He was a distinguished man and journalist, just like his father Was." Gov. Robert B. Docking, a Democrat, said White, who was active in Republican politics in Kansas and served in the state legislature two years, "was a dear and trusted friend to whom I turned often for advice." Sen. Bob Dole, R-Kan., said White was "an individual of unique compassion, perception and human kindness, who will be sincerely missed by individuals from every walk of life." White had been under treatment for cancer at various times for more than a year. Funeral arrangements were pending. White was still connected with Reader's Digest at his death. He was a war correspondent in both European and Pacific theaters, in World War II. The National Headlines Club said White's 1939 broadcast from the Mannerheim Line in Finland for CBS was the best broadcast from Europe that year. His books included "They [Were Expendable," "Queens Die Proudly!" and "Journey for Margaret." William L. White .became (editor and publisher of the Gazette when his father died in 1944, but he spent much of his time in the East saying he did not want to live out his life in Emporia in the shadow of his father. White is survived by his (widow, Kathrine, a daughter, Mrs. Paul David Walker' of Emporia, and four grandchildren. America(Continued from page 6) film, documentary programs, sports programs, and personnel." Says the board chairman of ABC Inc., Leonard Goldenson: "ABC News coverage, cultural and documentary films and sports programs will be available to be seen by the Chinese television^ viewers. "In turn the American audience will be able to view the film programs and documentaries and news-film produced by the People's Republic of China. "This should continue the new understanding which started with the , unprecedented television coverage of President Nixon's visit to China 18 months ago." Goldenson and ABC News President Elmer Lower are visiting China "at the invitation of the Central Broadcasting Bureau," says a network statement. According to the statement, Lower says an ABC News team will go to China in early September to film an hour documentary as well as cover age for the network's evening news and correspondent Harry Reasoner's weekly public af fairs series, "The Reasoner Report." The team will also transmit news to ABC radio, adds the network. Regarding personnel, ABC says China has been invited "to send radio and television staff members to the United States for professional visits and meetings with all of the departments of the ABC television and radio networks, ABC News and ABC Sports." In addition, "Various ABC television specialists (will) be available for professional visits to (China)," the network says. ABC says the agreement on exchanging news-film, documentary and sports programs and personnel was reached at a meeting in Peking by Goldenson and Chin Chao, a top official of the Central Broadcasting Bureau. GafisbufQ ftegi^Mdii, Qotesbura, 111, ftfdw, July P, 1973 !1 L"0kay, okay! I'll play houst * "Whare's my golf clubs?' with you, Estelle.. Walker: Staggered by Head Injury CHICAGO (UPI) - State Sen Jack Walker, R - Lansing, on trial on charges of drunk driving, has testified a head injury during a traffic accident caused him to stagger from his car. Walker also testified Thursday that he did not have anything alcoholic to drink on the day in which his car collided with two others in suburban Park Forest. He said that on July 31, 1972 when he was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol following the accident, he had spent most of the day in his Lansing office and later met a friend and went to his cottage in Crete. He said he did not have a drink all day The accident occurred, he said, as he was returning from Crete to his office. Walker, under cross exami nation, testified he struck his head on his car during the collision and also suffered hip injuries. He said he staggered from the car because of dizziness caused by the head injury. Eight prosecution witnesses in the trial have testified they believed Walker was intoxicated. Ozark Deaths Number 37 As 12-Year-Old Girl Dies ST. LOUIS (UPI)-The num* ber of dead from the crash of an Ozark airliner Monday night rose to 37 Thursday with the death of Nickolette Cofdin, 12, Chelsea, Mich. Nikki died at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis of injuries she received in the crash. Her death left only seven survivors. The investigation into the cause of the crash continues. Wreckage which was removed from the crash site Thursday will be examined, a spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board said. William Hendricks, an inves tigator for the board, said, We're down to what you might call the nitty gritty stage." An attorney for the Airline Pilots Association said Thursday the captain of the downed aircraft was unable to pinpoint lightning or any other fact as I the cause of the crash. The at* torney, Jon Rosen, said he had spoken with Capt. Arvid Linke, 37, St. Charles, who is listed in satisfactory condition with multiple fractures at St. John 's Mercy Hospital. "The impression that we got was that up until right before the crash, he was proceeding as he normally would under the weather conditions that were prevailing at the time," Rosen said. Co-pilot Michael L. Williams, 28, Bridgcton, Mo., also survived the crash of the plane, a Fairchild-Hiller 227B turboprop. The plane was making an instrument approach to Lambert Field and crashed near the runway between a cluster of houses in a wooded residential area. Board specialists have been sifting through the wreckage since the crash, but have fouftd no indication of mechanical problems. They said there Was no sign of an explosion inside the plane. Eyewitness accounts of the crash, which occurred during a thunderstorm, indicate lightning may have struck the plane. But board members and pilots discount the lightning theory, saying lightning often strikes planes and usually causes no damage. Edward E. Slattery Jr., public affairs officer for the board and a veteran of 30 years of crash investigation, said "We don't do anything piecemeal. A single day, or even a single hour, can change the picture completely. Until we are certain, we don't hazard a guess." Today 9 s Record HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Gary R. Barnes, 1317 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Ha Alberta Brittingham, 240 Day St. Teresa K. Brittingham, 240 Day St. Mis. Shirley M. Harmason, Oneida Mrs. Deborah L. Humphreys, 1148 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Sandra K. Keller, Knoxville James D. Monroe, Abingdon Frank E. Nelson, 347 E. Main Mrs. Judy E. Sholl, 688 Lawrence Ave. Mrs. Carole L. Sobstta, 1061 Chamberlain Ave. Billy Lee Thurman, Monmouth Mrs. Victoria A. Wexeli, Bishop HiM Mrs. Lois E. Winkler, Rio Phillip E. Creek, Alexis DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Thomas E. Boyd, 1067 E. North St. Patrick D. Jones, Abingdon Irvin C. Cherrington, 1897 Robertson Ave. Harley J. Eathington, Avon Mrs. Katihryn L. Robertson, 190 N. Henderson St. Bryan D. Chewning, Monmouth Mrs. Linda L. Nagle, 1408 N. Cedar Ave. Donald K. Baker, 1397 Moshier Ave. Mrs. Helen I. Harris, Maquon Mrs. Dorothy M. Foster, 1120 McClure St. Mrs. Geraldine H. Swanson, 388 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Edna L. Lawrence, 1015 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Eleanor J. Hahn, Abingdon Mrs. Ona Hendricks, . 492 E. Grove St. Bruce G. Wilkins, Avon Mrs. Doris C. Hightower, Colchester Glenn H. Campbell, 653 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Ruth A. Hendrickson, Altona Herman C. Myers, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Christine Woemer, 1026 Harrison St. Alvin C. Thompson, Galva Youths Arrested In Stolen Car CARBONDALE, 111- (UPI) Three Chicago area youths who are residents at the Giant City State Youth Camp were arrested here Thursday in a stolen car, police said. Police said another resident of the camp from Mount Vernon had left the camp Sunday and allegedly stole the car at a Benton bowling alley early Monday. They said the youth later drove the car back to camp, gave the keys to his three buddies and turned himself in. The four juveniles were not identified but all have been charged in the case, police said. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Phillip J. Bivens, Avon. Richard E. Bowman, ' Williamsfield. Mrs. Margaret T. Clous, 558 N. Broad St. Mrs. Carol A. French, 2228 Daniel Dr. Mike Howerton, Galesburg Route 4. Mrs. Linda S. Klein, Monmouth Mrs. Janet A. Lacey, Monmouth. Chad C. Landers, Oneida. Mrs. Mellie Mae Music, 708 N. Cedar St. Arron L. Maldolm, 515 Phillips St. Mrs. Ethel M. Newberg, 1188 W. Main St. Mrs. Charlotte L. Parker, 416 Maple Ave. Mrs. Betty J. Riggs, 177 Illinois Ave. Mrs. Virginia M. Stroud, 1074 E. South St. Mrs. Florence M. Spicher, East Galesburg. John H. Vamer, Prairie City. M;ss Mary A. Wagy, Avon. DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Raymond L. Denisar, Abingdon. Walter W. Vineyard, 536 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Ann Herrin, 555 N. Chambers St. . James M. Carothers, 285 Indiana Dr. Mrs. Irene E. Anderson, 78 E. North St. Mrs. Joan Polednick, Moon Towers. Mrs, Elizabeth A. Boone, 286 N. Cedar St. Guadalupe Alvarado, 267 E. North St. Mrs. Flora M. Engstrand, Galva. Russell E. Swise, 49 Circle Dr. Mrs. Marilyn J. Rogers, 1254 E. Brooks St. M'ss Karin L. Collins, LaFayette. Mrs. Delma M. Tracy, 1548 W. North St. Mrs. Irene C. Leffingwell, Maquon. Giglotto Couple Testifies Today ALTON, 111. (UPI)-Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Giglotto, victims of an erroneous drug raid on their Collinsville borne April 23, were scheduled to testify today before a federal grand jury. The couple filed a damage suit against (the federal government in connection with the raid on their home. Agents of the Drug Abuse Law Enforcement Agency are accused in the suit of terrorizing the couple while gun-wielding raiders ransacked the house. The grand jury has been in session all week to investigate the raid on the Giglotto h^me as well as a number of similar alleged raids that occurred on the Illinois side of the St. Louis area. Circuit Court Kenneth E. Yarde, 61, paid two $15 fines Thursday in Knox County Circuit Court for disorderly conduct. Fined $10 for disorderly conduct were Isadore T. Schmltt, 66, 1626 Bateman St., and Edward Lee Brewer, 46, Cincinnati, Ohio. Jerilyn L: Davis, 30, Buffalo, N. Y., paid $10 for fishing without a license. STARK COUNTY - Richard L. Smith, Bradford, was fined $110 in Circuit Court at Toulon here for illegal possession of liouor. Fined $35 were Charles R. Jaco. Kewanee. curfew violation and James P. Russell, Bradford, illegal possession of fireworks. Thefts MONMOUTH - Tom Carver, 123 S. First St:, reported to police Thursday at 1:58 p.m. that someone stole a revolver from his home sometime during Traffic Court Kenneth L. Groves, 30, 242 S. Seminary St., was sentenced Thursday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court to seven days in the county jail for driving with a revoked license. He also paiid $14 for speeding. Janis Hanson, 26, 1071 W. Berrien St., and Gary L. Kness, 32, Alpha, wore each fined $15 for speeding. Speeding fines of $12 were paid by Marian L. Johnson, 55, of near Galesburg; Grant E. Davis, 47, East Moline; Vinna L. Flesner, 58, Marquette; Gary L. McKay, 22, Monmouth, and Phyllis J. Spriggs, 45, Minneapolis, Minn. Alvin E. Ackman, 16, 608 Ohio Ave., paid $15 for a license classification violation, and $10 for operating a motorcycle without a light. Others fined for .speeding were James F. Dilon, 57, Elm hurst, $14; Bruce A. Ericson, the night. He listed the loss at $15. Vandalism MONMOUTH—Vandals broke a plate glass window, valued at $200, at Ted's Swap & Upholstery Shop, 321 S. Main St., according to a report made to nolice Thursday at 10:25 a.m. The damage occurred sometime late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Angela S. Rightnowar, Edwardsville, and Philip A. Graf, 176 N. Kellogg St. Miss Carol J. England, 1453 E. Loscy St., and Lawrence W. Hayes, 897 E. Fremont St. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Harry James Best against Lorraine C. Best, and Alice A. Austin against Darold E. Austin. Divorces Granted MONMOUTH - Sylvia Anne Lyons was granted a divorce Thursday in Warren County Circuit Court from Gregory K. Lyons on grounds of mental cruelty. The couple married Oct. 19, 1968, at Monmouth. Custody of a minor child was awarded to the mother. Dallas(Continued from page 2) 17, Park.Ridge, $11; Howard Johnson, 30, Peoria, $13; Rodney L. Webster, 40, 1014 N Seminary St., $14; Frankfiin D, Hedrick, 18, St. Louis, Mo., $17, and John G. Olivers, 16, Knox- vilile, $19. Paying $10 speeding fines were Edwin D. Summers, 17, Cambridge; E. Maxme Payton, 47, 1207 E Grove St.; Bessie L. Smith, 18, 932 S. Chambers St.; Robert G. McCann, 28, Granite City; Harold W. Carr, 33, 820 Ella St., and Richard E. Stock, 29, Virginia, 111. Loyd T. Hubbard, 33, Hampton, and Kendall L. Simpkins, 24, 872 Beechcr Ave, were each fined $10 for stop signal violations. Fined $10 for, failing to yield the right of way were Roy V. Whitehall, 79, Aledo; Angolo VercoMa, 63, 82(! Monroe St., and Mary M. Clark, 19, 1072 Mulberry St. Turning violations resulted in $10 fines for Howard W. John son, 36, KnoxviiUle, and Herman D Michael, 24, 958 Frank St Jesse E. Young, 29, West Lake Storey Trailer Court, paid $15 for failing to re-port an acci dent to police. Fined $10 for not having lights on their bicycles were Michael E. Jacobs, 18, 1315 Bridge Ave., and Lenne Ward Wallace, 21, 136 Lake St OHhers fined $10 Thursday were Richard D. Larson, 45, Abingdon, muffler violation; Connie S. Carter, 18, Elmwood, sipinn'ng tires; Edward E. Ix)v- ett, 55, 1603 Harrison St., noise violation; Danny R. Flynn, 22. 835 Wisconsin Ave., no mirror, and Elizabeth Anne Walsh, 26, 1533 McKnight St., backing violation. MONMOUTH — Joseph Ft. Wade, 28, Dambellsvillc, Ky. was fined $20 Thursday in Warren County Traffic Court on a charge of driving without a li cense. Fined $10 each were Roger F. Kellogg, 18, 409 S. Fifth St., excessive noise; Jack K. Myers, 35, Burlington, Iowa, violation of license classification; Steve Sereda, 17, Burlington, Iowa, improper turn; Miss Shelia R Shepherd, 17, Cameron, im proper starting; Dwight Whistler, 23, Des Moines, Iowa, no valid safety test, and Mrs. Deborah D. Fiacco, 28, Galesburg, improper lane usage. Also fined $10 were Arthur T. Gutherie, 26, 509 S. C St., im- 1971, and her body was foundjproper turn; Miss Sheryl N. on a rurail Warren County road 1 Numbers, 20, 701 S. Main St., March 17. j failure to reduce speed to avoid Asked how it felt, to have hisian accident, and James E- Ha- most celebrated prisoner behind bars once again, Peterson said, "Mighty good." ton. Ho was apprehended in Newport, Wash., and charged with sleeping on the sidewalk. Officials there ran his identification through National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and came up with a "hit" on tivn Knox County warrant. Although he had been released from custody, Newport police found Laws, took him back into custody and notified Knox County officials last month. Liquor, Womea During the months he had been missing, Peterson commented several times that Laws' record showed he had two weaknesses — liquor and women— and that one of those weaknesses would trip him up. Laws is charged with the March 3, 1971, mwder of Mrs. Elizabeth McKinney, a Galesburg waitress. Mrs. McKinney disappeared alter leaving her place of employment March 3, ger, 25, Monmouth, no muffler. STARK COUNTY - Steven H Schindler, Monica, paid $85 in Traffic Court at Toulon for speeding. He was charged with driving 111 mph in a 65 mph zone. James A. White, Edelstein, was fined $25 for speeding. Fined $15 were David E. Walker, Bradford, stop signal violation; Richard L. Smith, Bradford, parking violation; William C. Wilkins, Wyoming, driving too fast for conditions; Warren G. Norris, Toulon, muffler violation, and Rickey L. Brown, Toulon, failing to have a motor vehicle under control. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sholl, 688 Lawrence Ave., a girl today at 5:52 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. David Klein, Monmouth, a boy Thursday at 4:45 a.m. STURG1S, Mich. - Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kuipers, Sturgis, are the parents of a daughter, Marsha Rene, born Thursday at 1:45 p.m. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Blixt, 1433 E. Brooks St. Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Suydam, 219 W. Fremont St. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ruth Kuiper, Grand Rapids, Mich. Traffic Accidents Wendell A. Hull, 30, of- 99 Pickard Rd., was treated at Cottage Hospital and released following an accident Thursday at 5:52 p.m. at the cast entrance to U.S. 34 on the west side of Galesburg. The driver of a tractor-trailer, Frederick L. Dole, 52, Cambridge,, was cited for failure to yield when making a left turn. Olive C. Capitani, 30, of near Oneida, was cited for improper lane usage following a collision with a car driven by Manley E. Bowman, 39, East Galesburg. A police report stated that Miss Capitani was going east on South Street when she made a left turn into Wihtesboro Street striking the Bowman car, which was stopped at a traffic sign. The accident occurred at 6:53 a.m. Ralph L. Wine, 77, 362 N. Pearl St., was cited for failure to yield from a priavte driveway in an accident Thursday at 2:19 p.m. at East Main and,Lincoln Street. A police report said that Wine was leaving the A and P Supermarket when he struck a car driven by Paula R. Cle- wcll, 17, of near Oneida. MONMOUTH - Cars driven by Frances J. Purlee, 40, Racine, Wis., and Mrs. Martha M. Kelly, 53, 615 N. Second St., collided Thursday at 3 p.m. at the corner of Third Street and Franklin Avenue. Purlee was driving north on Third. Street and Mrs. Kelly was westbound on Franklin Avenue. Damage was minor, and no charges were made. Arrests Gloria Maria Aguirre, 17, 111 Walnut Ave., was arrested Thursday at 5:45 p.m. by Galesburg police at Arlan's Department Store, 1280 N. Henderson St. She was charged with theft under $150 and released on $100 bond. Jack E. Kane, 57, 368 W. Tompkins St., was arrested by Galesburg police Thursday at 3:14 p.m. on the Public Square for illegal consumption of alcohol. READ THE WANT ADS! FINEST IN ^ 0 FLORAL *\ $ TRIBUTES 1 § Don's : | FUnvcr Shop I Q 56 FULTON j^.- ^-^i. its Jin A JU

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