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\ Golesbur torn July 20, 1905, to Wafreft County, and married Joseph Lsary cm Feb. 12, 1929, al Monmouth. She was a member <rf Mon* and married Adolph A. Worack. He died id 1967. She was educated in Ophiem. Surviving are three nieces and Bertram W. Bennett •former Knox trustee Bennett 74 a flephew. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, Ophiem, with Rev. Roger V. AspVmrf, pastor, offi* •k ^H^i«*if«« M»« p^^^iciating. Burial will be at Ophfem mouth Imrnaculate Conception C&tholic Church and it* Altar and Rosary Society. Surviving are her husband; Former Knox Trustee Knox College officials today learned of the death of Bertram W. Bennett, 74, of Des Plaines, an honorary trustee of the college and former trustee from 1939?72. He died Thursday after a long illness. The Des; Plaines native was retired chairman of the board of Caspers Tin Plate Co., Chicago. He was a 1920 Knox graduate. At Knox, Mr. Bennett won letters in football and baseball. He was a charter member of Friars and. a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Following graduation, Bennett worked briefly with the Benjamin - Electric Co., Chicago. He joined Caspers in 1922, serving successively as office mahager, vice president, president and chairman of the retiring in 1964: gene (Rosemary) Williams, lit tie York, and Mrs. Dale (Alice) McKahan, East Mo line; two sons, William Joseph Jr. of Monmouth and Charles J. of Little York; four brothers, Harold of Little York, Charles.of North Henderson, Roy of Mon- fflouth and Lawrence of Moscow, Iowa; a sister, Mrs. George (Eftfie) Cramer, Edwards, and 15 grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 9:30 a.m. ait Immacujiate Conception Catholic Church, with Rev. Paiul Showalter, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at St. Mary's Cemetery, Monmouth. Visitation will be Sunday afternoon and evening ait the Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth, will be Sunday evening after 6 p.m. at the Peterson-Wallin- Knorf Funeral Home, Alpha. Memorials may be made to Grace Lutheran HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS TODAY: Mrs. Hattie L. Jacobs, 1321 E. Losey Si Mi«s. Heme t. Lovett, m Willed St. <# ftamoii K. Fleiaher, Maquon Mrs, Esther Pendleton, 222 Holitofi St. James S, John***, 1126 Bateman St. Mrs. Catherine J. Johnson, 1794 S. Prairie St. Mrs. Lois E. Winkler, Rio Mrs. Ada B. Allen, 3317 Spruce Ave Alderman Acts family said. Church, the | Bradley Richard Barton ' 560 Lawrence Ave. Traffic Accidents Richard T. Peake, 19, Alexis. was cited for failure to yield the right of way after his car collided with one driven by Merlin R. Elliott, 37, Monmouth, at the intersection of U.S. 34 and Linwood Road Friday at 3:38 p.m. Cars driven by Bemice P. Hiller, 70, 1836 E. Knox St., and Larry. D. Fones, 20, 924 Frank St., were involved in a backing accident in front of 244 S. Chambers St. Friday at 12:50 p.m. Fones was issued a ticket for improper backing. MRS. LLOYD DUDEN Funeral for Mrs. Lloyd (Mildred) Duden, 60, of 980 W. Losey St. who died Wednesday, was at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel today at 10 a.m. Rev. Ordell Peterson, pastor of First Lutheran Church, officiated. Burial «vas at Memorial, Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Raymond Brohmstedt, Albert C. Roach, Marshall Gollehur, Norman Oeth, Johnnie Oeth III and Mickey Oeth. Mrs. Sandra L. Hartman, S88 E. Second St. Mrs. Joyce L. Linroth, 371 dark St. Miss Marilyn S. Sloan, 226 W. North St. Mrs. Deborah L. Hoffman, 862 E. Fourth St. Mrs. M. Kathleen Cook, Attona Dale P. Johnson, 710 E. Dayton St. Donna B. Carlson, Traffic Court Carl B. Cain, it, ill Maple Ave., wis found not |uUty fluflfdiy in Kim County frtf• flc Court on a puting violation. H» ftegiiter<Matt incorrectly reported Friday tint Cain paid a fine on (he charge. Mark A. Johnson, 22, Peru, paid a $20 speeding fine Friday in Knox County Traffic Court. Other speeding fines were paid by Charles J. Darkins, 52, Glen* view, $18; Paul V. HoldgrafeT, 47, Huntington, W. Va., $15; m airs Are in Offing For Fremont Rail Crossing The Burlington Northern Railroad's Fremont Street crossing again is scheduled for repairs within two week! .because of action taken by Aid. Donald Johnson, First Ward' Johnson, at the last formal council meeting, suggested the city take legal action against the railroad because hVftld not properly repaired the crossing earlier this summer. , |r Johnson this week called Donald Merrill, the Burlington Northern's district engineer for this area. Merrill proniied approaches to the crossing would be elevated to meet. 1 the road beds, which were raised when the railroad last made repairs. Johnson said he told Merrill that chuckholes now-Are present around the crossing, and requested repairs be made before the school year begins. Gunther Construction Co. has the contract for the road work. I hi* Helen A. Ludington, 51, Cambridge, was cited for a speedjBrent A. Hardesty Jr., 21, Flor restriction after a 1-car acci* O a where Rosary will be said CLARK at 8: p.m. Memorials may be made to the Diabetes Fund, tha family said. MRS. ALTA GOODEN PEORIA — Mrs. Alta Gooden, 82, Peoria, formerly of Kirkwood, died Saturday at the J. C. Proctor Endowment Home, Peoria. The former Alta Hunter was born Aug. 20, 1890, irt Kirkwood, and married Albert Gooden. He preceded her in death. She was educated in Kirkwood schools and served as matron for the Warren County Courthouse. She Was a member of the Daughters of the Amerfcfft Revolution Slid was a 'are board, retiring in, iw*. • !»* ^ ; wi_^ y * itv WJ n Mr. Bennett had also Servedi^s. Jdhn' (Ruth) StfaU, as a member of the boards of the Lafayette Steel and Aluminum Corp., Chicago, and Westates Steel and Aluminum Co., Santa Barbara,:; Calif. ; He was active in national fraternity organizations after Knox, serving as national assistant secretary, vice president and president of Beta Theta Pi. He also served on the executive committee and as secretary and treasurer of the National Inter- fraternity Conference. Mr. Bennett married the former Mary Elizabeth Wallace, Knox '20, in 1924. She died In 1959. He married Mrs. Elizabeth Moore Huser in 1961. A financial supporter of Knox, Mr. Bennett established the Mary Elizabeth Wallace Bennett Memorial Scholarship in 1959, and the Bertram W. Bennett Scholarship in 1964. Mr, Bennett is survived by his widow; a son, Robert W., Knox '47, of Denver, Colo., and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Stranahan, Knox '28, of Excelsior, a? daugmer, ftose- ville; a sWteft Mrs; Helen Gipple, Coliinibus Junction, Iowa; two granddaughters, Mrs. Jack (Saftdy) Schaley, and Lee Anna Dfiskelli both of Stronghurst, and five great-granddaughters. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the TurnbulJ Funeral- Home, Monmouth, with Dr. John Castle officiating. Burial will be;at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call until the time of the service at the funeral home. PEORIA — Mrs. Cecelia L, Clark, 61, Peoria, formerly of Elmwood, died Friday at 2:40 a.m. at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. The former Cecelia Armstrong was born July 13, 1912, in Elmwood, and married Verr W. Clark on July 23, 1932, at Lewis- 1 town. He died Sept. 2, 1965. j Mrs. Clark was a member of. Our Savior Chapel Church, Peoria, and was a housemother at Delta Zeta Sorority, Bradley University,, for the past three years. Surviving * are a daughter, Mrs. Janet L. Day, Peoria; a brother, William Armstrong, Houston, Tex., and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington, with Rev. Ken Yo- cunv, and Rev. Larry Kirk officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood Cemetery. . ' Visitation will be today from 4-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Lois E. Coupland, Abingdon Miss Barbara D. Emken, Maqucn Mrs. Carol A. Courson, 405 W. Third St. Lesa Marie Johnson, Knoxville DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Robert J. Miller, Alexis Russell E. Anderson, Alexis Sandra K. Ke dent at the drive-in theater en* trance on U.S. 34 Friday at 3:50 p.m. According to police, a car in front of Mrs. Ludington had stopped to make a turn, and in trying to avoid a collision, she swerved and struck a culvert and wooden posts. No tickets were issued after cars driven by Virginia M. Rol Hsant, Mo., $11, and Lorraine W Betts, 42, 760 E. Second St., and Jerome S. Keller, 61, Witt, and Mire D. Adetman, 29, Park flow*, each $10. William R. Reed, 18, 1161 N. Academy SI., ptfd a $15 fine for excessive acceleration. Plying $10 fines for disobeying traffic signals were Robert D. Witttams, 18, 74 S. West St., lins, 53, 812 E. North St., and M David M. Kemnwr, 18, 500 Jesse W. A'Hearn, 31, 1465 N. rMonmoutfi Blvd. Seminary St., collided at the Mrs. Knoxvile Mrs. Shirley A. Bailey, Cameron Edna M. Beasley, Mrs. EMisvMe . Arnold J. Thompson, 505 Iowa Ct. Sean C. Welch, 469 Clark St. Mrs. Beverly J. Horton, Abingdon Mrs. Bonnie M. Harris, 569 Rio St. Mrs. Ha A. Brittingfoam, intersection of Tompkins and Cherry streets Friday at 1:22 p.m. Other $10 fines were paid by Thomas M. Anderson. 36. 1747 "I accused Burlington Northern of being one of the big giants who runs over little people," Johnson said.The railroad is trying to change its image, Merrill assured the alderman. . "Merrill also promised that if people would send in a list of damages, he would be sure to give them a double look/' Johnson added. Damages, he explained, include such things as car mufflers broken from traveling over the tracks. > Merrill was "real nice" about it and Understood the problem, Johnson said. But the alderman said he assured the railroad official if the crossing is not properly repaired, he would hear from him again. S. Cherry St., proceeding when traffic is obstructed," James C. MONMOUTH TaHey, 29, Kingston Springs, Miss Pamela Tmn *< m valid safety test, and was William P. Larson, 19, 753 N. Meat Shortages Worry Dibetics Expert (Continued From Pag$ v 2) A. Morling, 19, Moline, charged today at 3 a.m. with I Prairie St., no light on bicycle. improper lane usage as the result of a 1-car accident on U.S. 67 about three miles south of Marriage License* RoseviUe. Miss Morling KNOX COUNTY - Mrs. . , , , , was Leilani J. (BordweM) Somber- driving south when she applied geTf Galesburg Route 4, and her brakes and lost control of p ete r R. Toureene, 1094 W. the car, which swerved off the Main St. road and back into the wrong lane. There CHICAGO (UPI) - The row ' there ' s no doubt :$>out Diabetes Association of Greater that >" Simpkins commented. Chicago has warned that the "He just didn't dress down that meat shortage may cause we "' M serious complications for diabe- A second 201-wnind barrow tics. A second 201-pound owned by Pottorf was placed association said Friday t second by Schmidt. He did not a I place at all Tuesday. Third through fifth places Thursday went to barrows exhibited by Christine Steele, Cox and Pete * ... *» . . . Catoill. other foods with, a higa protein on t e nt. I The second place winner in The association warned that (Tuesday's judging, owned by find other Ice Steele, Knoxville,• -also The that the loss of meat in diabetic's diet may cause a serious protein shortage as the diabetic seeks to substitute Douglas MRS. ADA GUNTHER — Mrs. to alleviate Ada KNOXVILLE Gunther, 85, of 201 S. West St., died Friday at 1:30 p.m. The former Ada Reece was rn July 19, 1888, in Wataga. She married Edward Gunther on Oct. 1, 1917. He died in 1956. She was a member of Knoxville United Methodist .Church. Surviving are two daughters, Lucille Courter of near (Continued From Page 1) desire for socialized medicine the suffering of their families and neighbors," he said, or it could be "the, . A American pilot or navigator | M^- fVlct S? A ' who drops a ton of bombs on a Cambodian village. The upshot is that we know that someone is Minn. Funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at First Congregation-. A. al Church, Des Plaines. Crema-|Home, Knoxville, where friends Mrs. Gilson and Mrs. Virgil (Viola) Howard, Macomb; a brother, Charles Reece, Denver, Colo., and a grandson. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral, about to die." The five page opinion, dictated to court employes by the justice after a hearing Friday in Yakima, Wash., said "when a stay in a capital case is before us, we do not rule on guilt or innocence. But if there is doubt whether due process has been followed in the procedure the stay is granted because death is irrevocable." said he was not 240 Day St. Mary M. Nelson, Colchester Mrs. Hazel B. Hegwocd, Wyoming Mrs. Sandra S. Dean, Cameron Robert L. Tippett, Monmouth Deamha L. Holeman, Avon Karla A. Holeman, Avon K ; m R. Naslund, Oneida Mrs. Ida T. Davis, 836 Maple Ave. ^ Richard H. Simpson, Monmouth Mrs. Marjoirie I. Jones, Kewamee Mrs. Cieo A. McGee, Bushneli Mrs. ' Christine A. Newbifl, 865 Monroe St. Mrs. Eva C. Cook, 880 Washington Ave. WexeM, Mrs. Beverly J. (Fahlund);the diabetic may were no injuries xracy, 1085 W. Berrien St., and high protein foods, such as .pJnced far down the line after dried beans and peas, also arc!being slaughtered and teeval- high in carbohydrates, danger-justed. He came in 15th. «- u ous for a diabetic. and damage to the car was Rona ] d j sto ut, 559 N. Cham slight. bers St. A truck driven by Harold L. Miss Caro i sue Long, 566 N. Burbridge, 42, Monmouth, struck Seminary St., and James Martin the parked car of Mrs. Mildred L. Sickmon, 200 S. C St., Fri- thc 100 day at 2:10 p.m. in block of West First Avenue. Bur McGee, Burlington, Iowa. Miss Patricia Ann Oakman, Fire Calls bridge was attempting to park his truck when a fender of the vehicle struck the Sickmon car. No charges were made. mo** n J A A t AI „ A smoking oven took firemen. , ' 1893 GrandlAve., and Leo Alan t th mmm coU \s residence, swine class. 'Bowers, 1092 S. Chambers St. 1715 Robin The last of the livestock judging was under way this morning ait the fairgrounds as -judges finished evaluating thaW, open l U Z + K Bishop Hill Mrs. Helen C. Garett, Avon Charles B. Atchison, Avon Hotel, St. Marv's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Mrs. Sandra J. Alderman, 724 Century Estates Miss Linda JC. Beserra, 859 E. Losey St. Mrs. Onalee N. Coffey, Galva Jeff L. Horton, 201 N. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Christy Ryan, Cameron Mrs. Debra I. Scott, Dahinda tion will follow on Monday. MRS. W. J. LEARY MONMOUTH - Mrs. W. J. Leary, 73, of near Monmouth, dded Friday at 9:55 p.m. at Monmouth Community Memorial Hospital. The former Lois Earp was MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS may call Sunday evening. Burial will be in Knoxville Cemetery. Mrs. Mary L. Sieg, 1033 Johnston St. Funeral the U.S. Solicitor's office appeared the immediately at Supreme Court and said he had filed "a motion for a stay." Mr$. Ada merly Gunthe West Knoxville Funeral Services: MONDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may evening. Interment MRS. EVERETT CURTIS for Mrs. Everett (Evelyn) Curtis, 59, of 838 E. Brooks St., who died Tuesday at Canoga Park, Calif., was at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel today at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Ralph Bennett, pastor of First Christian Church, officiated. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were John Curtis Ernest Cur-, FjWay at 6:28 pm . lis, Ross Curtis, Alvin Curtis, McGrew and Robert Douglas said he was determining the constitutionality of the Cambodian bombing at this point but he noted that he had expressed his doubts on the merits of the constitutionality of the war in Vietnam in'Rickie A. Wilson, Monmouth HTCUTCC4IG PDTnlV. earlier opinions. Daniel L. Friedman of Lyje Giaser. Knoxville Cemetery MRS. IRENE WORACK MADISON, Wis. - Mrs. Irene Worack, 80, of Berwyn, formerly of Ophiem, died Friday at 8:30 p.m. at Oakwood Lutheran Home, Madison. The former Irene Joneson was born Nov. 18,1892, near Ophiem, Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Eric L. Johnson, 1794. S. Prairie St., a boy J. Mr. and Pendtetcn, 222 boy Friday at 7:21 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Hunt, Mrs, Virginia R. Trione, 1150 Russell Ave. Gregg S. Witherell,, 1439 Florence Ave. :ie A. Wilson, M< DISMISSALS FRIDAY: John T. Moraski, Kewanee Miss Jolene M. Gilmore, Gerlaw Ray T. Smith, Abingdon Mrs. Jeanne A. Brown, Galesburg Route 3 William E. DeJaynes, Abingdon Mrs. Florence M. Spicher, East Galesburg William R. Nelson, 384 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Meridy Cochran, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Clarence Holton St., a Dean E. Downard, 1258 S. Seminary St. Alexis, a girl today at'5:15 a.m.jMrs. Hazel M. Cole, Pd WJti in JC Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wink ler, a boy Friday at 8:01 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Linroth, 371 Clark St., a girl Fri* day at 8:25 p.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. David Ryan, of near Cameron, a boy Friday at 7:02 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Sieg, 355 Division St. Earl T. Rollins, 812 E. North St. Mrs. Sandra J. Whetsell, Abingdon Miss Angela B. Kennedy, Monmouth WOODHULL and ALPHA, ILLINOIS MM* MINI WORACK Age 80 Madison, Wisconsin, formerly of Ophiem, 111. Services: 1:30 P.M. - MONDAY GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, OPHIEM. Friends may call Sunday evening after 6 p.m. Burial Ophiem Cemetery. Memorials may be made for the Grace Lutheran Church. Mrs. Agnes Joachim, 240 W. Tompkins St. , ,Dan J. Weber, Wataga 1033 Johnston Ave., a girl Fn- iMrs . Genevieve Livingston, day at 8:04 p.m. j 592 E. Grove St. Mr. and Mrs.. Rodney Scott, | Tom Harrison, Dahinda, a boy today at 12:55 Arrests Gerald L. Atwater, 19, of near Galesburg, was booked for possession of stolen property Friday at 5:45 p.m. on a Knox County warrant. James A. Barringer, 39, Plaza was charged with disorderly conduct — public intoxication — after he was arrested at the intersection of Cherry and Simmons streets Friday at 11:18 p.m. Ellsworth B. Lindiey, 65, 77 E. North St., was charged with disorderly conduct after he was arrested on the Public Square Friday at 5:28 p.m. Diana Charles, 26, 487 S. Chambers St., was charged with disorderly conduct following an altercation at Bob's Place, 392 S. Seminary St., Friday at 11:39 p.m. MONMOUTH — Warren County sheriff's deputies and Monmouth police apprehended six people in the Monmouth Parte after closing hours Friday night. Four of them, Robert L. Downey, 17, and John H. Downey, 21, both of 809 E. Sixth Ave., Henry K. McOlintock, 17, 603 E. Broadway, and Miss Vickie J. Bolender, 17, 226 S. E St., were charged with violating the park curfew. James D. Herbaleb, 21, Maple Terrace Apartments, was changed with illegal possession of marijuana. The sixth man taken into custody at the park, Kevin J. Cairoy, 17, 7 Lincoln Court, was charged with illegal possession ct liquor. Jack L. Kelley, 34,13 McEwen Court, was charged Friday at 3:35 p.m. with criminal damage to property. Clarence E. Deisinger Jr., 23, Monmouth, was charged Friday at 4 p.m. with dumping.trash l\ a strewn. He pleaded guilty and paid a $25 fine. Lewis D. Peabody, 58, 1801 N. Seminary St., Galesburg, was cited Friday at 7:30 p.m. for driving while intoxicated and driving while his license was revoked. Divorces Filed Court, Friday noon. No Joss resulted. Firemen responded to at Sunday, the last day of-"the 6- day fair, will be family .day, an 1 Fair Secretary Wendell "'Fjarris KNOX COUNTY — Donna M. alarm Friday at 4:38 p.m. when said today, adding that the twice McGovern against James F. Mc- a car owned by James Black- to got on the grounds would be Govern; Gordon D. Bordwell well,, 601 W. South St., caught against Elizabeth J. Bordwell, fire at that address. Loss was and Beverly N. Guenther against listed as "slight* 9 on department Richard L. Guenther. records. reduced until 5 p.m. Friday night's attendance was thjjlarg- est this year, as 7,300 fatrgoers paid to get in. Reserve Champion Steer Debbie Edelman, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Edelman, Alexis, Friday showed this crossbred Maine-Anjou-Shorthorn steer to the reserve grand championship in the 1973 Knox County Fair's open class livestock show. The steer weighed 1,274 pounds. 1 • 1 • a.m. Mr. and 633 Monmouth Blvd. Vandalism MONMOUTH - Mon-Air Inc., ORLANDO, Fla. — Mrs. Jim Upsky, Orlando, are the parents of a girl, Jamie operators of the Monmouth air Marie, bam June 21, at Orange I port, reported to police Friday Memorial Hospital, Orlando. at 9:40 a.m. that about $50 worth of lights on the north end Circuit Court William G. Bennett, 30, Victoria, was sentenced to four days in jail and fined $25 when he appeared Friday in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of battery. The charge was Med against him July 23. Mary Randall, 55, 528 Iowa Ave., was fined $25 on a battery 1 St. Paternal grandparents are Mr, and Mrs, Charles H. Lip- iMaternal grandmother is Mrs., ~ , , „. , . . , , , on '•Madeline Cozad, 1093 S. Cedar:of the runway had been broken charge filed against her July 22. by vandals. The vandalism oc- Gary E. Knipe, 17, 744 E. sometime Wednesday Brooks St, paid a $10 fine on a curfew violation. yiy, 1225 Day St. curred afternoon. Champion Gilt Kraig Powell, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Powell, Alexis, showed this gilt to grand champion honors in the Poland China cla Friday at the Knox County Fair. (Register- Mail photos by Dale Humphrey.)

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