DEATHS AND FUNERALS Former Resident Victim in Crash BOSTON, Mass. — A Lewistown woman who was going to be married in September was one of 88 victims to die in the crash of a Delta DC 9 jetliner at Logan International Airport Tuesday at 11:09 a.m. Killed in the crash was Miss Phyllis Antonette Gummere. 25, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gummere of Lcwistown, 111., formerly of Galesburg, 111. She was emoute home after seeing her fiance, Terry Dugan, at Morgan Center, Vt. Miss Gummere was born Nov. 27, 1947, in Lewistown. She was graduated from the former Costa High School and Knox College. She taught grade school in Boston and was a member of Lewistown Nazarene Church. Surviving are her parents and ERNEST L. PIERSON KNOXVILLE — Ernest L. Pierson, 65, of Knoxville, died today at 10:55 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg. Funeral arrangements are pending at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. MTtS. EVERETTK. CURTIS""" CANOGA PARK, Calif.-Mrs. Everett E. Curtis, 59, of 838 E. Brooks St., died Wednesday at i3 p.m. in Canoga Park. Funeral arrangements arc pending at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. RAYMOND J. HOLMES ALEXIS — Funeral for Raymond J. Holmes, 75, of Alexis, who died Sunday, was at Alexis United Presbyterian Church Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Richard Harken, pastor, officiated. Burial was at Alexis Cemetery. Pallbearers were Hayes Mosley, Joe Mayhew, Harold Hanna, Scott Maloney, Carl Thompson, William Totten, Vern Edwards and George Lafferty Jr. CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville - Avon London Mills Mrs. Gertrude Pratt Age 83 Roseville, Illinois Services: 10:30 A.M. - FRIDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation Thursday evening 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Burial in Roseville Cemetery. Larson Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mr. Arlie Clifford Duggins 33 Rolling Meadows Services: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the Funeral Home this evening. Burial Abingdon Cemetery. HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Mrs. Lillian Whiting Formerly of Altona Services 2 P.M. - THURSDAY at the HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME. There will be no visitation. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Galesburg or the United Church of Altona. a sister, Mrs. Edward (Ellen) Meads, Kansas City, Mo. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Henry Memorial Home, Lewistown. Cemetery. Pallbearers were John H. Burns, Pat Bums, James Flym, Michael Mower, t-hilip H. Sullivan and Lee Wright. Honorary escort was Mrs. John H. Bums, Miss Frances Grady, Mrs. W. Harlan lit' tie, Mrs. Harold Rogers, Mrs. Pierce Webster and Mrs. Lee Wright. D. O. THURMAN HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Cathy D. Brackett, 1610 Willard St. Mrs. Valorie J. Hilligoss, Cameron Albert G. Gearhart, Galva George W. Baumgardner, 1799 Willard St. Mrs. Judy K. Banks, 183 Pine St. David C. Green, Oquawka Kendall H. Lester, Avon Dr. Doran H. Carr, 846 N. Kellogg St. Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Wedfiesday, Aug. 1, 1973 11 Funeral for D. O. Thurman,: ™ £ " ' > ~t AK ln ^„ n A-^A co.„,Scott A. Reihm, Avon MRS. MARGARET STONE BUSHNELL - Mrs. Margaret Stone, 85, Springfield, formerly of Bushnell, died Thursday ait the Havens Nursing Home, Springfield. She was born July 22, 1888. She married Rev. Richard i. Stcme, former pastor of Bushnell United Methodist Church. She is survived by a son, Paul, snd three daughters. Funeral services were Monday in Springfield. MRS. JENNIE CROOKS Funeral - for Mrs. Jennie Crooks, 99, of 95 Phillips St., who died Sunday was at Hindi liff-Pearson-West Chapel today at 3:30 p.m. Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiated. He was assisted by Rev, Mason Finks, associate pastor of the church. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. 68, of Abingdon who died Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital, GaJiesburg, was today at 1:30 p.m. at the Foley Mortuary, with Rev. Donald Hogan, pastor of Abingdon Christian Church, officiating. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Carl Smith, Forrest Brown, William Stewart, Ronald Ehrenhart, RusseU Foster and C. J. Vander- wert. MRS. MYRTLE SIEGWORTH STRON G H U R S T - Mrs. Myrtle Siegworth, 83, of Dunedin, Fla., formerly of Stronghurst, died Sunday at 11 a.m. in a hospital in Dunedin. The former Myrtle Cherry was born Jan. 9, 1890, in Missouri, and married George Siegworth on March 20, 1913. She was a member of Stronghurst [United Methodist Church and the Stronghurst Eastern Star Chapter. Surviving are her husband and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Fiedler Funeral Home, Stronghurst, with Rev. Marvin Snapp, pastor of Stronghurst United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Carman Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m. at the funeral home. DONALD J. DEETS Funeral for Donald J. Deets, 46, of 475 N. Pleasant Ave.,'who died Sunday was at Hindhliff- Pearson-Wek Chapel today at 1:30 p.m. Dr. Kermit Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were H. James Hardine, Louis Lakis, Robert Fox, Francis N. Olson, Gerald T. Olson, Howard Clark and William R. Hoerner. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVIUE, ILLINOIS Mr. Hunter C. Hill Knoxville, III. Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call this evening. Interment in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Wayn* (Jana) Resent 704 E. North St., Knoxville, 111. Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - FRIDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call Thursday evening at the funeral home. Interment in the Knoxville Cemetery. —o— Mr. Ernest L. Pierson Galesburg Rd., Knoxville Funeral Arrangements Pending at The MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. MRS. HOWARD E. MOWER Requiem Mass for Mrs. Howard E. Mower, 1591 N. Prairie St., who died Sunday, was at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church today ait 10 a.m. Comcelebrants were Rev. J. E. Lohan and Rev. Raymond Wearier. Burial was at St. Joseph's m " THE ^ •W- TRIBUTES- \ DonY' I Flower Shop k 56 FIJI.TON 343-3174 Mausoleums and Monuments LEROY WALLACE Memorial services for Leroy Wallace, 58, formerly of Gales burg who died July 20 in Grant Hospital, Chicago, were Tues day at 10:30 a.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church Chapel, with Rev. Richard Ellis, assistant pastor, officiating. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. The body was ere mated. McFALL MONUMENTS 1*01 W. Main Si Galesburg, 11). Phone 34*1511 HUNTER C. HILL -KNOXVILLE - Hunter, C. Hil, 90, of Knoxvile, famneriy cf Dahinda, died Tuesday at 2:45 p.m. in Knoxvile. He was born Nov. 3, 1882, at Gorin, Mo., and married Hester Montgomery on Dec. 2, 1910, at Rutledge, Mo. She died Feb. 17, 1954. He was a former fireman fox the Sinclair Pipeline Station. Surviving aire two sons, Clyde of Oregon, Ohio, and Ray of Peoria; a daughter, Mrs. Inez Belt, Canroliton, Md., seven 'grandchildren and tiwo great' gramdichWren. Fumerail will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Heme, Knoxville, with Rev. rillip Snider, pastor of Dar hinda United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, G.£fresibwrg. Visitation wHl be this evening at the funeral home. MRS. JANE ROSENE KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Jane Rosene, 56, Knoxville, died Tuesday at 4:20 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. The former Jane Andrews was born Aug. 8, 1917, in Sheffield, AJa., and married Wayne Rosene on July 23, 1943, in Fort Smith, Ark. She was a secre- ary for Knoxville School District 202 and attended Sterling schools. Surviving are her husband; two sons, John of Galesburg anc" Thomas of Knoxville; a brother, John Andrews, Rock Falls; two sisters, Mrs. Ed Aiken, Carterville, and Mrs. John McKeivitt, Houston, Tex., and two gradjCihidren. Mr. Rosene is vice president of the Knox County Fair Board and is manager of Simpson- Plans for 34th Annual Fair Being Made in New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Plans are being made for the 34th annual New Windsor Fair, Rodeo and Hcrse Show which will be held here Aug. 16-18. The 3 -day event will begin with a parade Aug. 16 at 4 p.m. There will be several marching bands in addition to a color guard and drill team from Galesburg. An 8-horse Belgian draft horse New Windsor, who are serving as co-chairmen. An official rodeo, sanctioned by the International Rodeo A ?sn., will be held each night of the fair at 8 p.m. A local horse show will be held Aug. 16 at 2:30 p.m. and a western horse show is set for Aug. 1? at 12:30 p.m. Fair exhibits will include art, hobby, domestic arts, grain, Today's Record Sheri A. Rose, Galesburg Route 2 Marcene M. Roos, Galesburg Route 2 Christine Y. Rose, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Marsha E. Krepps, Bushnell Mrs. Gladys E. George, Box 1067 Mrs. Sandra S. Dean, Cameron Mrs. Pansy M. J. Philbee, Laura Richard E. Cook, 1191 E. Main St. Michael A. Berry, 1844 Indiana Dr. Mrs. Ida T. Davis, 836 Maple Ave. Mrs. Linda M. Thomas, 130 Ohio Ave. Mrs. Karol J. Strand, 1388 Rock Island Ave. Mrs. Shirley E. English, Kewanee Russel E. Anderson, Alexis DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Patricia E. White, 365 S. Whitesboro St. Deborah A. Boyr.ton, Victoria Robin J. Stout, 1865 Indiana Dr. Jennifer L. Bird, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Joyce Johnson, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Vickie L. Dillon, 230 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Marvis L. Hopping, 121 Illinois Ave. Mrs. Judy A. Simpson, Abingdon Lloyd G. Poole, Knoxville Teresa K. Brittingham, 240 Day St. Mrs. Mary L. Yoder, 667 E. Grove St. LeRoy C. Thurman, Avon Mrs. Florence M. Gorman, Knoxville Mrs. Elizabeth J. Grahn, Knoxville Wayne Williamson, Bushnell Thoda C. Wexell, Galva Mrs. Minnie M. King, Gilson Ernest W. Gustafson, 561 Monroe St. Robert C. Ranney, Roseville Mrs. Donna B. Carlson, Galesburg Route 4 St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Doris J. Davis, J 537 McKnight St. Dean E. Downard, 1258 S. Seminary St. Miss Jolene M. Gilmore, Gerlaw Dean A. Herrmann, Williamsfield Mrs. Charlene A. Schuneman, 55 W. North St. Mrs. Audrey I. Shaw, 74 S. West St. M.'ss Jennifer Stevens, Yates City Dan J. Weber, Wataga DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Betty J. Mitchell, LaFayette Paul L. Kimler, Abingdon Mrs. Lorraine M. Young, Willi amsfield Richard E. Bowman, WMiamsfieid Mrs. Jane E. Myers, 747 W. Losey St. Mess Donna Berg, Oneida Raymond R. Wessels, 6 Chestnut St. W. A. Carlson, 723 Pine St. Joseph Sckrabulis, Knox Manor Mrs. Willa M. Mayes, 1583 McKnight St. Brett E. Bennett, Kewanee Joseph Thompson, 1097 Lancaster St. Mrs. Maxine H. Head, Berwick Miss Debra A. McVey, 841 E. Davis St. Miss Roselyn M. McKie, 358 Columbus Ave. hitch and a 12-pony hitch from floriculture, fruit and vegetables Rrpp Farm, Hillsdale, will also . — take part in the parade. i The Rivoli Homemaker's Unit Bands, floats, marching units, I of New Windsor sponsored a lo* antique cars and other entries are invited to take part in the parade as well as scout troops, civic clubs, church groups and businesses. Persons interested in entering the parade should contact Carl Bloom, New Windsor. A kiddie parade will be held Aug. 17 at 1 p.m. Entries for this event should be made with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Nimrick, New Windsor Unit Installs New Officers NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. Myrtle Thompson was installed as president of George Norris American Legion Post. 484's auxiliary at a meeting here July 23. Other officers installed include Mrs. Richard Anderson, first vice president; Mrs. Arnold Roquet, second vice president; Mrs. Clifford Linker, treasurer; Mrs. Wil|liam Johnson, historian; Mrs. Eugene Benson, sergeant-at-arm; Mrs. Grace Johnson, chaplain, and Mrs. Curtis McAtee, secretary. Miss Diana Warren reported on her week at Illinois Girls' State. She was sponsored by the auxiliary. Hostesses were named for the coming year. They include Mrs. Wayne Hickok, August; Mrs. Rex Garrett, September; Mrs. Carl Johnson, October; Mrs. Clifford Linker, November; Mrs. Larry Johnson, January; Mrs McAtee, February; Mrs. Myrtle Thompson, March; Mrs. Grace Johnson, April; Mrs. Benson, May; Mrs. James Breadus, June, and Mrs. Richard Anderson, Mrs. Lyle Anderson and Mrs. Joe Hennenfent, July. Mrs. William Johnson, Mrs. Roquet, Mrs. George Peterson and Mrs. Hannah Thorp will be in charge of the unit's Christmas party in December. Eleven children who completed the requirements of a summer reading program at the Rivoli Township Library were guests recently at a party at the library. Reading at least 15 books this summer to complete 'the program were Lisa Benson, Debbie Johnson, Jackie and Mike Kelly, Coy'^ie, Curtis and Josephine Nichols, Russell and Stacy Robb and Charlie Walsten. Coylie Nichols won the first- place prize for reading 51 books; Jackie Kellcy won second place for reading 42 books, and Josephine Nichols won third place, reading 40 books. Children's movies will be shown at the library Aug. 1 and 8 at 3 p.m., library officials announced. cal achievement night recently at the Christian Education Building. Members of the Go- Getter's 4-H Club and the Cloverleaf 4-H Club presented a style show of garments they made. Club projects were also on display A talk on "durable press material" was given by Mctanie Liby, and a demonstration was given by Diane Nelson. N€)rth Henderson Circle Members Conduct Meeting NORTH HENDERSON—North Henderson United Methodist Church's Aeronaut Circle members mat recently at the home of Mrs. Phil Olson. Mrs. Bess Che'ine presidad at the meeting, Mrs. Jane Willllett was a guest. Traffic Court Reuben R. Smith, 26, Raymond, was fined $90 Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for operating a motor vehicle without authority — no valid lease agreement. His bond was forfeited for the fine when he failed to appear in court. Grace D. Cannava, 52, Batavia, Ohio, and Michael T. Bishop 20, Peoria Heights, were each fined $n for speeding. Fined $11 for speeding were Charles D. McKcan. 30, Peoria, and Gerald W. Grybash, 22, Palatine. Clifton D. Martcncss, 30, Peoria, and John R. Beiglcr Jr.. 35, Hatboro, Pa., were each fined $15 for speeding. A $14 speeding fine was paid by Danny L. Baggott, 26, Peoria. Failing to yield the right of way resulted in $10 fines for Catherine A. Vitale, 63, 1196 N. Kellogg St.; Fredrick L. Dole, 52, Cambridge, and Beverly J. Thierry. 43, 264 Holton St. Robert W. Hamilton, 20, Gcncseo. naid $15 for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Fined $10 were Michael R. Simpson, 17, 981 Olive St.. driving off the roadway, and Harold B. Garrett, 49, Woodhull, registration violation. Bradley S. Owen, 18, 1455 Willard St., and Russell C. Twidwcll. 26. 325 N. Prairie St.. were each fined S5 for wheel tax sticker violations. Traffic Accidents No tickets were issued after two traffic mishaps investigated Tuesday by Galesburg police. Both involved rear -end collisions. A car driven by Edward V. Howard,. 24, 344 W. North St., struck one operated by Nancy A. Mitchell, 19, 52 N. Arthur Ave., at 9:35 p.m. near the Burlington Northern Railroad crossing on East Main Street! The Mitchell vehicle was pushed into another unidentified auto Which left the scene. A car driven by Terry G. Fowler, 20, 65 Locust St., hit one driven by Robert T. Self, 18, Wataga, at 10:20 p.m. in the 300 block of East Main Street. •Ilinchliff- •peansun,. ujtjur-inc I FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-2101 GAUSBUBQ MRS. JESSIE FREESE — Sacramento, California, formerly of Galesburg. Graveside services 10:30 A.M. Friday Knoxville Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to First Christian Church. —o— MRS. EVERETT E. CURTIS - 838 E. Brooks St. Services to be arranged. Hot* Cold Snots NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported Tuesday by the National Weather Service, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 109 degrees at Blythe, Calif. This morning's lowest reported temperature was 41 degrees at Alamosa, Colo. Powelson Lumber Co., Knoxville. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Raymond Marquith, pastor of East Galesburg Community Church, officiating. Burial will be at Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday evening at the funeral home. Alexis Residents Hosts to Visitor From Europe ALEXIS - Miss Aly Alberta Rienks of Holland has been a house guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor near Alexis. Miss Rienks is spending the summer in the United States under the International Farm Youth Exchange program. She lives with her family on a 135-acre farm on land reclaimed from the Zuider Zee. During the past 10 years, the government has reclaimed thousands of acres for cultivation by building a series of dikes to hold back the sea, Miss Rienks said. When she leaves this area, she will be a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Armstrong, Sycamore. She will then join eight other girls from Hot- land at a 4-H camp at Monfci- ceMo. Mrs. Lennart Esaksson, Soder- Recent guests at the home of Mr. amid Mrs. Ted Damos were Miss Margaret Pemcea, Morris, and Miss Lou Damos and. George Koulentiis of Wan*keg an. The birtlfofeys of Miss Gladys Anderson and Miss Aliice Anderson were noted when friends called Jury 22. Attending were Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Marjorie Johnson and Lorean and Miss 'Delta Anderson. The birthday of Victor Rcem was celebrated at a dinner in Galesburg July 22. Attending were Mrs. Ream, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Lundeen and Mr. and Mrs. William Hart. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen spent the July 21-22 weekend at the home of Mrs. Bea Wedeking, Kampvilile. Dinner guests July 22 ait the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Winkler were Mr. and Mrs. Geomge Eyer, Linda amd Jan, Ottawa, and Mrs. Rod Goedeke, Galesburg. Birthday Dinner Mrs. Clefcus Robertson's birth day was observed July 22 when Mrs. Chloe Edgra and Mrs. Bess Cheline hosted a dinner at Monmouth'. Tena, Tim, David and Mark Morrow have returned to their home at Kewanee after spend ing several days at the home of theiir uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Ray Mitchelil. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams, Hanford, Caflif., are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams. Mrs. Betty Steele, Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Ma Ashley, Moliine, and Cedric Williamson, Gailcs- fourg, visited relatives here July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Moser have returned from a trip through Canada. While in Alberta, they attended the Calgary Steanpede. They also visited Jasper, Banff and Glacier National parks and Mt. Rushmore. MONMOUTH - Jimnnv L. Eb erhart, 47, Davenport, was: unidentified fined $100 Tuesday in Warren County Traffic Court on a reckless driving charge. MONMOUTH - Jamcs'King, 30, LaHarpc, escaped injury Tuesday at 8:40 p.m. when his car struck a deer. King told state police he was castbound on U.S. 34 about one mud west of the Carman blacktop' intersection when the animal ran into the path of the car. Police said today they did not know if the animal was killed. Cars driven by Mrs. Louise Cameron, 36, Keithsburg,. Larry Myers, 32, Monmouth, and Mrs. Lorraine Green, 36, South Elgin, were involved in a series of rear-end collisions Tuesday at 3:50 p.m. on U.S. 34 about five miles east of Monmouth. The drivers were eastbound and Mrs. Cameron and Myers had stepped their cars to allow an vehicle ahead of them make a left turn. The Green auto struck thu );ear cf the Myers vehicle and,shoved Fined $10 each were Paul M.iit against the Cameron car. Coulter, 36, OkiaJwnra City,!Mrs. Green was charged with Okla.; Jeffrey R. Holeman, 18, i failure to reduce speed to, avoid 907 S. B St., speeding; Mrs. Ger-jan accident. trude Y. Warner, 57, 803 S. Fifth | —* St., diisobeytng a traffic signal ;j Jerrold R. Chenoweth, 21, Seaton, violation cf Moemse classifi Marriage t .W '^P!* KNOX COUNTY - Miss Ju- cation, and Mrs. Jean R. Phil-'dith Lynn Adams, Oneida, and lips, 32, Toledo, Ohio, improper turn. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters made two runs Tuesday to two car fires. No loss was reported in either incident. Firemen went to the 100 block of South Cherry Street, at 2:57 James David McMaster, of near C-alesburg. ; Miss Jane Anc Motz, Rock Island, and Gregory Ivan Turner, Molinc. Arrests '.\ Francisco P. de la Cr^iz, 25, 517 Iowa Ct., was arrested to^ _ _ _ day about 3:30 a.m. by Gales- V .m. andlo theT30o""block of'burg police for allegedly,,taking Peecher Avenue at 1:54 p .m. Legal Notice POLLUTION VARIANCE Consumer's Grain and Supply Company, Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois has filed with the Environmental Protection Agency and Pollution Control Board a Petition for a Variance. Title IX of the Environmental Protection Act provides for individual variances upon proof by the petitioner that compliance with specific provisions of the Act, related regulations and/or Board Opinions would impose upon the petitioner an "arbitrary or unreasonable hardship." The petitioner alleges such a hardship, and seeks permission to operate its grain handling facility in violation of Section 9 (a) of the Environmental Protection Act for a period of one year to participate in a task force study. The Environmental Protection Agency solicits the views of persons who might be adversely affected by the granting of the variance. Any comments or in- Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY — Marilyn J. Knox against Kenneth W Knox, and Mary J. Christiansen against Peter T. Christiansen. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Banks, 183 Pine St., a girl Tuesday at 10:25 p.m. WASHINGTON - Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy, Washington, are the parents of a son, Christopher Michael, born June 15. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wjlhelm, Oquawka. indecent liberties with a child and illegally giving liquor to a minor. The charge reportedly involved a 13-year-old girL,De la Cruz was taken into custody after police were called .'to his home to investigate a disturbance. Sandburg College To Have Booths At Area Fairs Cad Sandburg College faculty, administrators, admissions representatives and counselors will again provide information booths at area fairs this summer and fall to keep local citizens abreast of new developments at the college. Information will be available concerning area school districts (15 to date) which have Couple Returns From North Tour NORTH HENDERSON 1 '— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moser have returned home after a three- week's visit in the northern states. They attended a" rodeo and stampede at Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and visited the International Peace Park. Mrs. Bonnie Vensure and her daughter Joyce and family have returned to their home in Ellington, Mo., aifter a visit here with Mrs. Vensure's brothers, Don Hedrick, North Henderson, and Bmmett Allen, New Windsor. '' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, Mrs. Larry Lashibrook and Kennie and Susan Mili'er have returned home from Texarkana, Tex. Mrs. Edwards returned home with them atTer 'I visiting her son and daughter" in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodrick. Mrs. William Van Tuyle, Pel- 'la, Iowa, Mrs. Ted Damos, Mrs. Anna Tomquist, Mrs. Molly K o o n s and Mrs. Bernice indicated a desire to be annex- 1 ^ ooils ha(ve .^ t !jr ncdnhom « af ' ter a visit with Mrs. Bess Newcomer and Mr. and Mrs. Hu- ed to the college, application and registration procedures, the permanent campus (construction of which should begin this fall), the adult education program, fall quarter offerings, career programs and special interest courses presented by Sandburg. Bulletin boards will be set up at the booths giving particulars on the new campus, adult education and background information on the college. In addition, persons may be able to register for fall quarter classes at one of the various information booths. Sandburg's participation in area fairs is as foilows: Knox County Fair (1 p.m. until closing) July 31-Aug. 4; Warren County Fair (evenings) Aug. 63: Avon Fat Steer Show (eve- , quiries should be addressed to: fors, Sweden, was guest of hon- Variance Section, Division of cr at an open house h?ld re- 1 Air Pollution Control, Spring-nings) Aug. 16 and 17; Abingdon^' csntiy at the homo of Mr. and i field, Illinois 62706 (217/525-'Fall Festival (evenings) Aug bert Miller, MarysvtiJle, Ohio. Correction: Mrs. Richard Johnson of North Henderson and Mrs. RaJph Winkler of near Alexis, have opened the "Fashion Tree" dress shop in Alexis, not in North Henderson, as was earlier reported in the Galesburg Register-Mail. Mrs. Reuben Anderson, Alexis. Mrs. Isaksson and her daughter have been visiting relatives here for more than a month. 5811). 8/1-8-15; 3T READ THE WANT ADS! 118-20; Bushnell Fall Festival v evenings) Aug. 22-25 and the Warren County Prime Beef Festival (afternoons and evenings) Mrs. Wallace Takes Jet Ride MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) — Mrs. George C. Wallace, known for her love of fast cars, took to the air Tuesday in an Alabama Air National Guard RF4 Phantom jet. After the flight, part of a recruitment promotion being cndii'ted hv the Air National Guard, Alabama's First Lady said, "This is only the first lesson. I'm not giving up my plans to fly to the moon."
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