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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 31, 1973
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M JE J A 1 Jtlo FRANK A. TOOLfcY GALVA-Frank A. Tooley, tt, of Galva, formerly of lftootn* ington, died July 3$ at 8 p.m. in Galva. He was barn Aug. 27, 1910, at Rack*, Wis., and served in the Army Air Cxps during World War It. Graveside services wUl be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Galva Cemetery, with Ochsner, pastor el Maquon United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, the family said. First Christian Church, Gates-IVifgil L. Anderson, HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSION* MONDAY; QQlesbufQ gegjstif-MQil, (Sgtesburg, 111. ,_ Tuesday, July 31,1973 11 burg Surviving are two ions, Kenneth of OrangevsJe, Calif., and Robert of Dayton, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Jeanette 9we> denberg, Galesburg, and Mrs. Richard (Phylis) Holmes, Sacramento; a sister, Mm. Katie Trcckey, Washington, D.C.; 10 940 Lawrence Ave. Mrs. Janice L. Bragg, Gifcon aoyd Keith Briggs, 78 Greenlesf St. Mrs. Blanche A. Butterfiekl, Colchester Mrs. Helen Carol Garrett, Avon MQss Christine M. Gilson, 989 N. Cherry St. INFANT ERIC E. NGWBtLL , ^..^ ^ , ,„ „ . n . .. Graveside services for Eric g^feffifo* *^ ^\^^J^J£ hB 4 Rev.lEugene NewbiM, infant son of!^ 0 *^** 1 - . .„ ^.IJ?* 1 * 1 ^ M ; € ? 1 *2S 135 0hve St James Hancock, pastor of FirstiRoUand (Gene) and Christine A. 1 Graveside slices wiU be Mrs. Connie S. Price, United Methodist Church, Gal-i(Cox) Newbill 865 Monroe St ' Fndav at 10:30 am - at Kno% -\ 4216 Sycamore Bend va, officiating. Iwho was born Saturday and died!?* 5 Cemetery wito Rev ^.Mrs^Phyllis M. Reimolds, 'Monday, were today at 2 p.m. at ff^.JF* Chm -! T , 300 , E - *>*m*. *m ip C DUGGINS ' 0ak ^wn Memorial Gardens tia Jl chu "*; o^iafe^ jDarue L. Roche, ARLIE L. DUUbiro , Hoffman officl-i There'wiH be no visitation. Prame Village, Kan. ABINGDON - Arlie Clifford ] a ^!L ur ' J0Sepn "° Itman 0,ncl I Memorial may be made to!Mrs Lorraine E. Sherman, Surviving are a paternal 'f irs * Ch ^ sUan ^\ uM ^l^ v . jgrandmother, Mrs. Edith New- faimly 531(1 ' Har0,d °- 5hook ' ^ ir ' cwood Duggins, 65, Abingdon, died today at 6:50 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He was born May 15, 1906, near Servia, Ind., and married Dorothy R. Lee on July 14. 1934, at Kawanee, He was a machinist for Wabco Co., Peoria, for 24 years before retiring in 1970. He lived in Elm-i wood for 23 years and moved; to Abingdon about a year ago. He was educated in Ya'es City schools. Surviving are his widow; a son. Robert C, of Lincoln; three daughters, Mrs. Betty Jean Nott, Maquon, and Mrs. Judith Ruth Holiday and Mrs. Lynda Louise Morse, both of Elmwood; two brothers, Joseph of Norris, Tenn., and James of Orlando, Fla., and seven grandchildren. Funeral wMl be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Larson. Funeral Home, Abingdon, with Rev. CanroH ^^^f g M ^ B S at 1S ?iM«S- MAYME LAGAMARCINO crsft&r Mrs -| j-uf T fig k ROSEVILLE--Mrs. GertrudeL T 9<30 am at immaculate Pratt 83 of Rosevule, died Sun- He& - t « Mary ^fraUc day at 6:45 p.m. at the Wood-^ wmiam st^a, ^ crest Nursing Home, Jefferson J riciaUng Burial was at Sacred C 1 ^' ™- ] Heart Cemetery She was born Oct. 15, 1889, Wji owa . Roseville, She first married' " Robin J. Stout, 1665 Indiana Dr. Charles S. Theesfeld, Altona Sherman A. Tolten, Alexis Sean C. Welch, 469 Clark St. Alton H. Woods, Galva Brian K. Woolley, Lee's Summit, Mo. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Edwin D. Fransen III, Galesburg Route 1 BurlingtonJDavid W. Nelson, 1775 Clay Dr. Mrs. Betty G. Johnson, Galva All m a Row Members of the Winnie Tar Wheel Club, all owners of Winnebago camper vehicles, stopped overnight at Lake Storey while on their way to the Winnebago International Travelers Club meet at Forrest City, Iowa. Members of the caravan ers Club meet at Forest City, Iowa. Members of the caravan Swannanoa, N. C, president of the Tar Wheels, said this was the fourth annual convention. At last year's meet, every state Including Hawaii was represented. Over 1.000 Winne- bagos are expected at the meet this year. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) Delta Airliner Crashes In Dense Fog in Boston Today's Record Whatever the lOecMion WILL "SAY IT BEST' ANDERSON florists 126 N. BROAD Dent Kidder, and later married mSr WAYNE ROSENE Arthur Pratt. j KNOXVTLLE - Mrs. Wayne I Sne was a member of Kose-j{j ane ) Rosene. 56. of Knoxville \ille United Methodist Church, Idled today at 4:20 a.m at St its WSCS, Sunshin2 Club and,'Mary's Hospital, the Roseville Woman's Ciub. j Funeral arrangements are Surviving are a son. Donald^pending at the Martin Funeral Kidder, Vail, Colo.; a daughter,;Home. Knoxville. Mrs. E. D. (Nedra Kidder) Sug-j Her husband, Wayne Rosene, gett, Jefferson City, Mo., eight jjs vjee president of the Knox grandchildren and three great- County Fair Board and is man. grandchildren. ager of Simpson-Powelson Lum- Funeral will be Friday at ber Co,, Knoxville. 10:30 a.m. at Corman Memorial L. jrvuvTTivrux Home, Rosene. Burial will berff -SKS S , 1 in Roseville Cemetery. Visits- .ABINGDON - Funeral ser- Uon wUl be Thursday from 7-9jY"*?, fo T Mrs - Ethel Lutay 79, v Irhafla Minn xvhn AioA lulu 9* Mrs. Lela L. Agan, Alexis Mrs. Ruby A. Shannon, Woodhuil George A. Swanson, 253 N. Chambers SI. Mrs. Judy E. Sholl, 688 Lawrence Ave. Traffic Accidents ] Traffic Court ! Divorces Granted Carl Leone Neal, 51, 1273 S.| Anthony Morrissey, 301 Hus-j KNOX COUNTY-Jlmmy Lee Pearl St.. was in fair condition'(on St.. and Ulysses Campbell, jWhilc was divorced from Fran- p.m, at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Roseville United Methodist Church, or the cancer or heart funds, the family said. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVULE, llllNOIS Mrs. Ray «J*Mit) LyMon 744 Ella Avenue, Galesburg Funeral Services 1:00 P,M, - WEDNESDAY at the FUNERAL HOME where f r i end * wy. ^ this evening. Interment in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Wayne (Jane) Ifatnt 714 E. North St,, Knoxville Funeral. Services Pending, Chafta. Minn., who died July 26 in Chafta, were today at 2 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home, rhe Rev. Donald Hogan officiated and burial was in Abingdon jjC e m e t e r y. Pallbearers were iroe xvsxir FRFFSF P*** BeI ^ ict ' Duanc Simpfon, Wvf xi« B° b Haynes and Melvin Smith. SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Mrs. p Jessie Freese, 83, of Sacra> mento, formerly of Gales&urg, HL, d:ed Sunday at 8:45 p.m. in Sacramento She was born March 1, 1890, in Knoxville, 111., and married E. Wilford Freese on Jan. 20, 1907, in Knoxviiije. He died Dec. 12, 1955, She was a member of HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOMI Ontido, III. Mn. UIIIM WhHinf Formerly of AMOM Servicef t P.M. - THURSDAY it the HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME. There will be no visitation. Burisl in the Oneida Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Galesburg or the United Church of Altona. CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Reetville • Avon London Mills Mrs. Gertrude Pratt Age 13 Roseville, Muwii Services: 10:30 A.M. - FRIDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE, VUiUUon Thureday evening 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Burial In Roseville Cemetery. Larson Funeral Home Abtafdw, Riinoii Mr. AHie Clrfferd Duggim SS ReUiag Meadowi Services: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME, Friendi may call at the Funeral Home Wednesday eve* ning. Burial Abingdon Cemetery. Record High Hoe Prices Hog prices a?ain surged to record highs today at livestock trading centers in the Midwest with a top of $59 per hundredweight paid at South St. Paul, Minn. The record-breaking level a South St. Paul came in trade that was not eapecially active in posting an advance of 12 over Monday's prices. Tb? day's trading marked the fifth time a new high was reached s*nce the introduction cf Phase IV. Trade was reported as active to fairly active it other facilities, including East St Louis, III.: Omaha, Neb.; Peoria, 111.; Joliet, IU„ and Indianapolis, where the top was mostly $58.50 on advancfs of between 92 and 92,90 over Monday's prices. Mount Carmel Drug Raid Nets Three MOUNT CARMEL, III, (Upl) —Twe young men and a juvenile were arrested Monday in a police drug raid at a trailer court, Police Chief Don Price said. The office of Wabash County State's Attorney Dais Allison said formal charges had not been filed but Price indicated the charges would be unlawful possession of cannabis, con. trolled substances and hyooder- mic needles and syringes. St. Man's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Judy L. Bell, Williamsfield James R. Blackburn. 561 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Mary B. Blackburn,561 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Marievc Bradbury, Abingdon Gilbert W. Coon. 1181 Arcadia Dr. Mrs, Patricia Daigneault, Cameron William E. DeJaynes, Abingdon Samuel I. Gross. 2664 Springer Rd. Jack D. Harlan, Abingdon Miss Susan Lynn Hogan, Abingdon Miss Kathleen E. Kemper, 1829 Baird Ave. Mrs. Betty J. Mitchell, LaFayette Carl L. Neal, 1273 S. Pearl St. Mrs, Gloria J, Page, 259 N. Kellogg St, Mrs. James Rosene, Knoxville James R. Sparks Jr., 1456 Meadow Dr. Mrs. Dorothy F. Simons, Wataga Mrs, Harriet Smead, 46 N. Whitesboro St. Eugene Stambaugh, Abingdon Josenh Thomnson. 1097 Lancaster St. Mrs. Mary Isal Turner. Maquon Miss Charmaine M. Weyrcns, 349 Park Lane Dr. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Anetta McClendon, 707 W. Tompkins St. Mrs, Edna M. Vipond. Aledo Steve L. Thurman, Abingdon Mrs. Linda Sue Klein, Monmouth William D. Shawgo. 422 S. Seminary St. BOSTON (UP1) - A Delta: Air Lines twin-engine jet with 1 88 persons aboard crashed on . ,. , . , i cell ov.« ncu ui lull vmW'wn» i wiI onu UI;OJU voii^wu, inuiv " «^ w . v. ^.-vw »• v... . . v.. landing in dense fog today at; loday m & Mar) ^ s Ho8( n M i af-;605 Ohio Ave., were each given ces Elaine White in Knox Coun jMJgan Airport. ne was nurt Monday when a year's probation in the Trafflcjty Circuit Court cn a complaint j At least 30 persons were he reportedly rode his bicycle Division of Knox County Circuit ^charging mental cruelty. Mar- jkilled. A temporary morgue ;ntc the path of a car near the I Court on Monday, for drivinglried Aug. 8. 1970, the couple had iwas set up at the airport. Corner of Main and Fultonjw.'th suspended licenses. !no children. ; Pol ice said there was at least streets shortly after 8 p.m. Neal f or failure to yield the! jone survivor. was hit by a car driven by] ^ at my tivm * private; RJrih* ] The DC9 crashed at the tip of Kafhryn M. Stripe, 20, 1780 Mc.| arjvowa y wcre Terry R ^ rmt..* H ««nii a i in- 1 a runway, dumping the Kftfaster Aw. WHn^ passengers and five crew dnver of the auto had no oppor- Ralph L . Win e, 77, 362 N. Pearl' ^ ^ ^j^JL?"'* members onto the asphalt andjtuncry to stop. She was not $ 10 . Wanda j. rjavis. l8,i!T. U ' nAv «i, a girl Monday at into Boston Harbor at the edgeF' 2r 8« , - 1 . T , A . iOreids, was fined $10 for failing iU v- m of the airport. i A trai!er ^'"S towcd by a jto yield to o ncoming (raffic. Eighty-three passengers and ai truck driven b - v Stephen Lee] whac Polly B. Hillier, 18. 777 Divorcee Filed crew of five were reported I Wegner, 30. Sturgis, Mich., M3p!c AvCi and Margo J.; KNQX C OU\TY-Barbara J laboard came "^^P 1 ^ Mon <* a y at 2:5 °;P!ckel, 33, 214 Arnold St.. were KIS0X ^UMY^aroara J. Poli~e broadcast an alarm far! P m " ™ 200 ^ <* Wcs ji<*ch fined $10 for failing to re- ^oikeorcadcasi an alarm fori tt and canned ! duce 5^ to avoid an a ^c Wcnt mldSS' ambu!anCCS and |i"tc a fence at 247 W. F*env *ffiyTl^^ An airoort sookesman said ^ Thcre WOrCln ° W¥l l d ™' svm ^ J1 ° for faiIin g to the planeTas FM ^ou"ofi d T» Q ^ ^ ***** ^ yidd * 8 highway " the plane was riigm ta out ot| not ^ged. _ _ , G A Anderson, 26. Wa iKcrr against Orvillc E. Burlington, Vt. Bodies and jagged pieces of ^jn" Maccarthur/ 22, Ann Arbor, the airliner and broken seatsj^ch., and JuUe A. Talbert, 17, were scattered over a widej^o E. Fifth St., collided Mona rea - day about 8:30 p.m. at the cor. A morgue was set up at the| ntr 0 f pjfth and Pearl streets, fire house at the airport ^^.J^^^lTta^, and Melody Walbert. 16, Wataga, were each fined $10 Kerr. David Allan Smith against Margret Jean Smith. Janet May Bailey against Jerry Leroy Bailey. Cornelius J. Maher against- Seanllh Ann Maher. Jean E, .Patterson against Robert W. Patterson. for failing to stop for a stop|IJ ol . nif ,l pir» n |« sign. Robert B. Mink, 20, of! 1 *" 11,u ^ 1 Three Die In 2-Car Collision CHICAGO (UP!) - Three persons were killed Monday night in a two - car collision here on Algonquin Road at Stover Rofid, authorities said. The dead were identified as William Brishke. 32 his mothw, Estella, about 55. both of Chicago and the driver of the other car, Florence Mitchell, 68, East Dundee. Police said (he eastbound Mitchell auto apparently swerved into the path of the Brishke auto traveling west. Police said it took rescue workers 20 minutes to remove the three bodies from the wreckage. •?JS ^^«r^ illClosed Down ^vMT ^Vtttt,! AUSTIN, Minn. <UPI, - •ThS were^ cteS f,nad «° for ™P«>P«r;George A. Hormel shut down A motorcycle operated by K!"?,^ H ^ W S * 1 2f v ' K ; ;beef slau S^ermg operations for the intersection of Third and \ ' aay. West streets. Downard. who ^Jned for speeding^were: Jo- ne company said both its sustained minor injuries, was *i* n B - Mornssey, 16, 301 Hus- 99 Lincoln St., 910; B. Annette Mates, 87, Cameron, $10; Ursula J. McKce, 38, Macomb, $ft; Terry L. Jacobs, 22, Knoxville, $14: Rosemary S. Walters, 34, Creve Coeur, $11; Kenneth M. no* charged HowardD. Nail, 42, North Henderson, was cited for a backing violation after his taxi hit an auto owned by Linda A Tate, 23, 1719 Baird Ave.. Tuesday at 12:32 a.m. in the 1100 Demos Announce Debt Plan By PAMELA REEVES ]to the new group will be made CHICAGO (UPI)-Gov. Dan- public, and no contribution will iel Walker's chief fund raiser j be larger than 93,000. He said today announced formation of efforts to collect money will be,. , . fl - , kU> a nw poUUcal orgadMticn de-jma^ through a dinner in Do.!^/?^,^^^.'^ block of .Clark Street. A oar driven by Virginia R. Smith, 49, 799 E. Main St., f^t^fuck Js^o lucJt Oaf A pjok^j^^ owned by WiVJam E. airistof- fereon Tuesday at 12:27 a.m. in (he 700 block of East South Street. There were no citations issued. MONMOUTH - David Perdue, 19, Roseville, received minor injuries Monday at 7:40 p.m. when he wrecked his car on the Raritan blacktop about' two miles west of Raritan. He told itata- police he would see bis family doctor for treatment. Perdue was driving east in a Mr, D.O. Thurman 999 W, Lower a 1.30 p,M, — WEDNESDAY at the FOLEY MORTUARY Officiating Burial In Oenaa> ^^swrwsw * > * wajajpiB^PSSf w^^sta^~ tery, There wuTba no visi. tauan. Memorials mav be made to the Heart Fund. Foley MOtTUAftY . 199 N. Bread H, 941-UU HinchlifF- •pearflon . „L..,'iu0ST 'inc fUKIIAl PIMCTOIf 10W*f V MWONTSTSIIT MRS. HOWARD E, MOWER - 1*91 N. Prairie, Services 10 AM. Wednesday at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Friends may call this evening at Hinch- liff-Pearson-West dsapel. Rosary will be recited at 9 P M. Burial at St, Joseph's Cemetery. Memorials may be nude to St- Mary's Hospital. MR. DONALD J. BEETS - 471 N, Platsant Ave, Serv- Weft ChapeL Friejidf may call this eveaini at the ChanaL Burial at Oak Lawn Memorfals fisnana. MRS. JENNIE CROOKS - 93 Phillips St, Services 9:30 P.M. Wednesday at HinchJiff - Pearson - Weat Chapel There will be m visitation, Burial at Unwood Cemetery. MRS. JESSIE FREESE - Sacramento, California, formerly of Galesburg. Graveside servicea 10:30 AM. Friday Kiioxvillfi Cen^erv. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to First Christian Church. signed to wipe out the gcver- nor's campaign debts and provide money for selected Democratic candidates next year. Angelo Geocaris sold ttte new organization will be called the Illinois Democratic Fund and will rival the United Republican Fund of Illinois, the money-rais- ii;g arm of the state GOP. cember, year-round mailing requests and a "Governor's Family Picnic" to be held on a farm In June of 1974. Because many contributors object to having their names made public, Geocaris said, lie expects the new organisation to raise about 30 per cent Ihsn it would if there was no He denied that the new or-;public disclosure. ganimation, which will be permanent, was designed to rival Mayor Richard J. Daley's Cook County Democratic organization—a prima fund raiser for Daley - supported candMatas. But he said Wtalker wiU have a "prime say so" on where funds from the new organizaUon are to be spent, Geocaris said he will head the n#w fund for one year, and ^ky^i^fl^ cfefct dfl^s^ Abo ^t ^i ftjjyf Osf mat money was trffftrteri to he used to retire WaOWf earn* The rest of the money, Geo- garis said, will he used tn help selected Democrats who run for jthe state legislature^ and pos- But he said bodi he and Walker believe "that every contribution to such an organteation should be public," 2 Die, 3 Hurt On IUinoii 92 ANDALUSIA. III. (UPI) Hirry Gibbs, 79, and his wife, Aita, 96, of Davenport, Iowa, ware killed Monday and three w^^w eaweiaww vaww^ vtw ™^ ^« Is^yh^f P^s?J0BJ IdJUFt^l H^Jftft 9} truck and a car **tm*<i on Ufiaois 92, authorUiea said. The Gibbs were pronounced dead at the scene. Patsy Morrison, 45, Mo^ne, ded out of control and went into a ditch. Perdue was charged with driving too fast for conditions. Cars driven by Millard C. Palmburg, 99, Roseville, and Mrs. Patricia A. Wilson, 29,1010 S. Fifth St.. collided Monday at 4:19 p.m. on the south side of the Public Square. Palmburg was northbound and had stopped his car at the entrance to the square when it was struck from behind by the Wilson car. Marriage License* KNOX COUNTY - Linda L. (Grafton) McNeff, 2022 MeMaa- ter Ave., and Gilbert L, Ayers, 119 Lincoln St. Carol S, Weaver, 992 Bateman a, and John Michael Rowland, 2110 Daniel Dr. Teresa Ann Smith, and Jamas Wiley Read, both of WfcV Uantfield, Linda Darlane Schoanover, m W. Mass |L, and Waits? Irving Disbannast, 979 B. vm a Jantt Lynn Ho|> tnson, and Ajeganisr Wapar Cameron, 39, Belleville, 913; Charles H. Law, 22, Trivoii, $10; William A. Keane, 41,213 S. East Ave., 912; Robert F. Patton. 40,! Pawnee, 913; William A, Jackson, 31, Peoria. 914; Vernon N. Pegoda, 44, Huntaville, Tex., $>0, and Peter M. Gripp, 29, Annawan, 910. MCDONOUGH" COUNTY Paying 910 fines during the pail week in McDonough County Traffic Court were Ronald w. Childs, 19, Bushnell, no signal light; Mark A. Williams, 19, of near Blandinsville. failure to yield the right of way; David J. Ross, 91, Bushnell. driving the wrong way on a l*wav street; Douglas L. Oyler. 20, Avon, disobeyed no passing zone, and Nora E. Drury. 70, Bushnell, failure to yield the right of way. Forfeiting 925 bonds for failure to appear were Michael W. Phelps. 21. Prairie City, and Jerry K. Rule. 27, Monmouth, improper backing. MCDONOUGH" COUNTY Robert F. Monroe. 20, Blandinsville, paid a 929 fine for illegal consumption of liquor when he appeared Monday in McDon ough County Circuit Court. Dennis W. Hilton, Bushnell, forfeited • 929 bend for failure to appear on a charge of illegal Donaisipn of liouor. ArreiU Galesburg police arrested William Lee BeeVley, 29. 93i Maple Ave., today at 12: IS a.m. for faejtting a poUoa oifiosr after tbaF olMntd AMalay'f ear in flat 109 6exfc of Waal Bimfnofls Ifitriat, Bttaley wag atao eharged wsii ifJecil tranawrtataM of Uquor and drivy* without a valki license. Austin and Fremont plants will resume beef slaughtering "at reduced levels" the rest of this week but beef operations at Huron will remain closed the balance of the week. Beef production beyond (his week will depend on how mu-h beef is available; a spokesman for the firm said. The spokesman said Hormel U getting "typically light. July hog receipts/' He said hog prices in Austin set a record for the third consecutive day Monday, rising to a top price of $53.25. Boy Drown* GALENA, III. (UPI) -niames Greer, the 3 • year« old son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Greer of Savanna drowned Monday in a pond at the Wooded Wonderland Resort about six miles east of here. Authorities said the boy had gone wading with his older sisters. The girls returned to the fsmily campsite without their brother, and an immediate search was begun. , MCDONOUGH COUNTY .^Lester A. Zeisler and Betty J.]. MONMOUTH - Jimmy L. "° Wlshon. bcth of Busbnell. Ebtrhan. 47, Davenport. wa§ Terry L. Caraahan and Mar» charged Mondav at 4:30 pm .... „ o. 1 „ wa$ in serious coodMioa ably for Congress. Funds will Moline Public Haspital. The also be given to the Commit-Gibes' grandchildren, Deterah tee on fliinois Government, a Weaver, 15, and Low Weaver. . u , ., •longtime foe oi the Daley or-itf, & Louts, Me.,'wer« in the m K Kucb ' ^ ^ reciUess d/iving, fganiraUon. |aame hospital for treatment of Geocaris said all contributions miaor injuries. READ THE WANT ADS! READ THE WANT ADS! BLOOD Please Donate THIS WfDS, and HUP OTHERS

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