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Tuesday, August 7, 1973
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T \v A TUG C UEJJ\ I no— I AND FUNERALS j JACK R. ANGLUND Jack R. Anglund, 49, of 84 Blaine Ave., died at Cottage Hospital Monday at 8:10 p.m. He was bom at Galesburg on Feb. 2$, 1924. He married Barbara Berry here Oct. 1, 1956. She survives with a son, Larry, at home; a brother, Bob Anglund, Westport, Conn., and a sister, Mrs. Paul (Marian) Kalbfleisch, Filer, Idaho. He had been employed for the past nine years by the Knox County Highway Department. He was a veteran of the Korean conflict, and a member of the Knoxville American Legion Post. Funeral will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff'Pearson- Wcst Chapel, where friends may cal^ Thursday evening. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. ADA GUNTHER KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Mrs. Ada Gunther, 85, of Knoxville, who died Friday at a Knoxville nursing home, was Monday at 1:30 p.m.,at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Prosper Tournear, pastor] of Knoxville United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was at Knoxvil|le Cemetery. Pallbearers were George Courter, Richard Courier, Don Chezum, Vorace Larson, Vaughn Larson and Don Hunter. ELWYN E. BYERS Elwyn E. Byers, 63, of 2323 E. Water St., Tucson. Ariz., died Monday morning in Tucson, where he had lived the past 15 years. He had been in failing health for about a year. Mr. Byers was a former resident of Galesburg and Farmer City. He is survived by his widow, Ruby. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Palms Funeral Home, Tucson. Burial will be in Tucson. moved to Akron and was a member of the Monmouth and Akron Rotary dubs. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. W. T. (Mary) TurnfcuB, Akron; a son, Dir. Pf«l H. Mc- Oanahan, Monmouth; a brother, Dr. Frank MeCtanahan, Akron, eight grawkhildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the TurnbuU Funeral Home, Monmouth. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may oaM Thursday evening at the Turn/bull Funeral Home, where family will be from 7:30-8:30 p .m. Memorials may be made to Monmouth College, the family said. MRS. ESTHER TROTTER VICTORIA - Mrs. Esther Trotter, 76, Victoria, died Monday at 4:50 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg. She was born Nov. 24, 1896, near Victoria, and spent all her life in the area. She married William Trotter on Jan. 13, 1917. He died in 1966. She was a member of Victoria United Methodist Church. Survivors include a foster daughter, Mrs. Benny (Florence) King, Victoria; three brothers, Roy Weedman, Galesburg, Lawrence Weedman, Altona, and Wallace Weedman, Wataga; a sister, Mrs. Clara Secrist, Williamsfield, three foster grandchildren and four foster great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday at 3 p.m. at Hendricks Funeral, Home, Oneida. Burial will be in Victoria Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the funeral home. FBI Informer Sayg Cuban Met 'Eight' GAINESVILLE, Fla. (UPI) — An FBI informer told a federal court jury today that defendants in the Gainesville Eight conspiracy trial met with a Cuban exile leader in Miami to discuss getting carbines, submachine guns and mortars. William W. Lemmer testified mat a man named Pablo Manuel, who was connected with a Cuban exile group known as "Abdala," told defendant Scott Camil the group could get such weapons as Ml and M16 rifles, 81 and 60 millimeter mortars and some lightweight Israeli submachine guns. Lemmer said Manuel told Camil and other members of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), howaver, that although he could obtain the weapons, "getting them into the country problem." might be a DR. NEAL D. McCLANAHAN AKRON, Ohio - Dr. Neal D. Mcdanahiain, 90, of Akron, Ohiojmorial Park Cemetery, Seattle, died Sunday at 10 p.m. in Ak- m ' ' - ~ " " ~ ' MRS. RALPH H. MERRELL SEATTLE, Wash. — Funeral for Mrs. Ralph H. Merrell, 76, Dallas, Tex., formerly of Galesburg, III., who died'July 24 in St. Paul's Hospital in Dallas, was July 27 at Washington Funeral Home, Seattle, with Rev. Chester O. Dunkin officiating. Burial was at Washington Me- ron. He was barn Oct. 15, 1882, in Viola, 111., aind married Jane (Jennie) Smith on June 24, 1909, at MonrnouCh, £1. She died Jan. 11, 1970. Dr. Mcdanaban was graduated from Monmouth College in 1905 and from Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., in 1906 Coal Valley, 111., for two years. Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Joyce Day, He received theological training!Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Florence The former Dolly R. Reynolds was born Aug. 24, 1896, in Virginia, and married Ralph Merrell. She was graduated from Galesburg High School in 1916 and attended the former Western State Teachers' College, Rentzel Loses Court Request LOS ANGELES (UPI) Lance Rentzel was as unsuccessful in state court as he was in a federal court in an attempt to gat a judge to order the' National Foodball League to let him play. Rentzel, 29, wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams, was suspended by NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle after he was found guilty of possessing marijuana. Superior Court Appllate Judge David A. Thomas Monday turned down a request by Rentzel for a restraining order against Ro-i zelle. A similar request to a' federal court was denied last week. Nixon's Pastor To New Church HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY; Henry L. Beghtol, Woodhull Mrs. Jennifer L. Bramlett, 1136 Garden Lane Mrs. Erma M. Briggs, 1090 Clark St. Mrs. Cheryl D. Buster, Victoria Mrs. Erma J. Campbell, Keithsburg Eugene F. Carlson, 436 Jefferson St. Mrs. Clara M. Dalton, 3333 Sunset Lane Joann L. Davis, 1537 McKnight St. Mrs. Ruth O. Dixon, New Windsor Mrs. Joanna Dulin, 338 Day St. Mrs. Eddie M. Guiter, 840 E. Fourth St. Everett C. Jones, Abingdon Miss Virginia Lawrence, Yates City Garret R. Nelson, Cambridge Mrs. Roberta J. Ritchie, 936 S. Pearl St. Mrs. Linda L. Roberts, Kirkwood Mrs. Ruth E. Rodenhouser, Oquawka Mrs. Geraldine L. Sampson, London Mills Mrs. JoAnn Shambaugh, Dahinda Mrs. Elva K. Terry, Yates City Brian E. Truelove, Victoria DISMISSALS MONDAY: Sherman A. Totten, Alexis Mrs. Nancy L. Jones, Gilson Mrs. Ada B. Allen, 1317 Spruce Ave. Mrs. Lorraine E. Sherman, Abingdon Mrs. Connie S. Price, 4216 Sycamore St. Mrs. Lauretta L. Nordstrom, Bishop Hill Mrs. Pearl P. Johnson, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Donna B. Carlson, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Vickie A. Nelson, 514 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Karol J. Strand,. 1388 Rock Island Ave. Dean A. Nelson, 1302 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Carole L. Sobotta, 1061 Chamberlain Ave. PITTSBURGH (UPI) - The Rev. John A. Huffman, pastor to President Nixon in Key Biscayne, Fla., has been chosen g| # Mary 's new pastor of the First ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Presbyterian Church in Pitts- George W. Bridger, bur &k .„ I New Boston Huffman will succeed the Mrs . Cathy E. Cherrington, Rev. Dr. Robert J. LaMont on Dahinda Divers Search For Plane Crash Pilot CHICAGO (UPI) - Fire department scuba divers and a helicopter searched the waters off Chicago's Meigs Field today for the pilot of a single engined plane which crashed into Lake Michigan Monday night. In Milwaukee, a spokesman for the Doerflinger Artificial Limb Co. said the company president, William Pachner, 44, was missing and believed to be the dead pilot. Pachner, the father of three children, checked out of a downtown Chicago hotel Mon day with intentions of flyiflg to Milwaukee in a four-seat Cessna 182 which failed to arrive Authorities said only the pilot was aboard the plane which took off about 9:15 p.m. and plunged into the water minutes later. Northern Illinois District Court Judge Named CHICAGO (UPI)— A 47 -year- old law professor from University of Illinois was sworn in Monday as a judge in the Northern District of Illinois for the U.S. District Court. Prentice H. Marshall, a Democrat, was recommended by Sen. Charles H. Percy, R-IU. He was confirmed a short time later by the U.S. Senate after his appointment by President Nixon. Marshall, a professor at the University of Illinois in Champaign since 1967. will fill a vacancy created by the death of U.S. Judge Alexander J. Napoli. Marshall is a former partner in a Chicago law firm and past chairman of the Illinois Crime Investigating Commission. He will begin his duties at me start. of the next court term, Sept. 10. Urge Lawmakers To Turn Down Revenue Sharing CHICAGO (UPI)—The presi Qdltsbura ftegister»MQil, QolesbufQ; III, .Tuf&Q&Aufl, 7. ...1 #£1.11 Amateur Thief Calls Police WACO, Tex. (UPI) - When an amateur burglar sobered up, he was appalled at what he had done. So he called police. "I ought not to teU you this," he told Sgt. Floyd Kelinske Monday. "But ... I got drunk and stole some stuff last night from HarreH's Garage." Kelinske said the man told them where he had hidden trailer hitches he had taken during the burglary. Police went there and found the loot. "He said he was out of a job and out of money," police said. The man did not give his name. Quake Shakes West Coast OXNARD, Calif. (UPI) — An earthquake measuring 4.75 on the Richter Scale shimmied out from beneath the ocean Mon* day and rolled through a 120- mite stretch of the Southern California coast. "There was no damage, except for a few skipped (heartbeats," a spokesmiBn for the Ventura County Sheriff's office said. Grocery Thieves Get Caught OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) Thieves netted nary a hamburger when they struck Martin Meats. But, police said, they did make off with cases of pizza, strawberries, potatoes, broccoli and shrimp. All the loot, police said Today's Record Traffic Accidents Barf W. Metton, 60, 1345 Beecher Ave., was charged, with failure to yield to an emergency vehicle after a car he was driving collided with an ambulance driven by Maurice Farrell, 42, 69 N. Henderson St., at the intersection of Chambers and Grove streets Monday at 7:46 p.m. According to a police report, the ambulance was answering an emergency call with lights and siren operating when the accident occurred. Mrs. Geraldine M. Meilton Arrests -••>" Garry Owen, 22, 3358 Oxford Lane, Merry J. Owen, 19; "3356 Oxford Lane, and Brad' Owen, 18, 1455 Willard St., ^were charged by Galesburg" police with possession of cannabisafter their car was stopped near the intersection of Pearl and.North streets today at 1:05 a.m. They are scheduled to appear in Knox County Circuit Court Aug. 17 at 10 a .m. David Charles Coffey, 19, 487 S. Chambers St., was arrested a Monday at 10:06 a.m. after* local passenger in the Melton car, received, abrasions and was treated at Cottage Hospital and released. No tickets were issued and no injuries were reported after cars driven by Richard E. Snell, 19, 1019 W. North St., and Frands E. Barry, 38, Aledo, collided at Bast Main Street and the Public Square Monday at 2:09 p.m. The intersection of Henderson and Dayton streets was the scene of an accident Monday at 2:12 p.m. Cars involved were driven by Barbara R. Hoben, 18, 1546 Redbird Lane, and Larry W. Sargeant, 39, 1916 E. Main St. No tickets were issued, and no injuries were reported. police were informed 1ft was absent without leave from the U.S. Army. He is being held at the KnoX County Jail for military authorities. • MONMOUTH — Raymond L. Garrison, 41, of KirkwoodV was arrested by Warren Jfjounty sheriff's deputies last Saturday at 12:30 p.m. on a charge of disorderly conduct. He remains in custody in the WarresirCoun- ty Jail after failing to post bond. Jack E. Sage, 17, 900 S". D St., was picked up by police Saturday when he failed to; report to serve the weekend in the county jail as ordered by the court. Sage was sentenced spend MONMOUTH - Illinois State ; !i * p ® ,d seven days in ; jail when he appeared in court earlier on a charge of driving with a suspended license. The Sen- Police reported that a car driven by John P. Tomick, 44, Westchester, was damaged Saturday at 12:30 p.m. after an accident oh U.S. 34 just west of the Knox-Warren county line fence was to be served on weekends, and Sage will serve'five mere days on weekends;': ac- m i . 4 i J ii T' 4 iu cording to the court order* Tomick told police that the, *. ™ coun „T cr > Monday, . was recovered and two juveniles were taken into custody. World Pogo Stick Record WILMINGTON, Del. (UPI) It took 12 -year-old Scott Spencer of Wilmington, DeV, only three hours and 17 minutes to set the world Pogo Stick hopping record Monday. Spencer jumped 20,007 times to crush the record of a accident occurred when he! swered his car in an attempt to avoid a car which had stopped in front of him. Tomick's car struck a stop sign and a hedge post. HENDERSON COUNTY - 11- Qiba. sheriff Ronald Waldron, 23, was arrested by the _„ Sunday at 5:35 p.m. on a charge of defrauding an innkeepei 1 . Donald J. Williams, 23.; 914 S. B St., was arrested by Monmouth police Sunday at »2:40 a.m. and charged with disoiSder- j i ,v conduct. Dennis Garfnoe linois State Police said Monday , signed a comp i aint against that Kenneth L. Carpenter, 26, • w-Jlia-ms alleging assault. * Stronghurst, was arrested for —• - reckless driving Saturday at Dec. 1. "Billy Graham has called this the strongest evangelical pulpit in America," Huffman said of tine Pittsburgh church. "The Macomb She taught school at Wal and challenge of First at Xenia Theological Seminary, Xemia, Ohio, graduating in 1909. He later received two honorary degrees from Monmoutlh College, an L.L.D. and a D.D. He was a missionary to the Assuit United Presbyterian College, Assuit,' Egypt, and was pastor to a number of congregations in the United States in-jdren. eluding the Sugar Tree Grove United Presbyterian Church j near Monmouth. He was a member of the Great Rivers Presbytery. He retired 11 years ago and MaxwiU, Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. P. M. Henderson, and Miss Doris Reynolds, both of Phoenix, Ariz.; four brothers, Delbert of Chattaroy, Wash., Doyle of Pe Church is that it is serving downtown and is effectively ministering to the community." Campora Will Be Ambassador BUENOS AIRES ?± S- Former Argentine taga, I1V, and William of near Galesburg, 111., five grandchildren and two great-grandchil- Matter of Fact (UPI) President John A. Clark, 1604 Florence Ave. Cliff ore W. Cleary Sr., 544 W. First St. Mrs. Marjorie V. Coon, 1181 Arcadia Dr. Wayne G. Findahl, 187 Highland Ave. Steve A. Gianakis, 491 E. North St. Douglas E. Hawkins, 1356 Spruce Ave. Mrs. Eileen Higgins, 877 W. Losey St. William Klinebough, Kimberly Terrace 10:15 p.m. near the junction of Ill r 94 and 111. 116. Police said the arrest came after an accident in which Car„ .., . . • x , . », , ipenter's vehicle, which was California boy set last March' traveling east on a blacktop with 12,775 jumps. , road a turn and went Billy C. England. 28, G&les- burg, was also charged Jvith disorderly conduct Saturday following an altercation aC the Brass Rail Tavern on Sjmth Main Street. The complaintnvas signed by a bartender. t "I always, .wanted to set some dent of the NatibnalLegisiative!^ ot \ '^i]™**" t Scot j Conference said today he ex-; sa,d and ***** that h ? stoppcd state lawmakers fromij""^"® „ beo ff c ^ * as . hungry. He celebraited with a were rep0 rted huge submarine sandwich. Whatever the [Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florist: Ul N. BROAD 1424121 HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Lester C. Stothart Oneida, III. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Hendricks Funeral Home where friends may call this evening. Masonic services will be held at 8 :30 at the funeral home. Military services by American Legion Post 727. Memorial may be made to the Gregg Memorial Library. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. Mrs. Esther Trotter Victoria, 111. 3 P.M. - THURSDAY Services: HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME. Where friends may call Wednesday evening. Burial in the Victoria Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. Pope Paul VI was the first pope to travel by air and the first to leave Italy in over 150 years. Pope Paul toured the Holy Land Jan. 4-6,1964, the first pope to visit there since Christianity began, The World Almanac recalls. He was also the first pope to come to the New World when he visited New York City on Oct. 4, 1965, to deliver a personal appeal for peace to the United Nations. Copyright © 1973 Newspaper Enterprise Ann. Hector J. Campora said Mon- John R. Krupps, day he will become an' 230 N. Pleasant Ave. ambassador-at-large when JuanjMrs. Patricia Miller, D. Peron takes over. ; 1142 N. Broad St. i "You know that one objective Mrs. Sharon Osborne, cf General Peron's is to H26 S. Chambers St. ! promote continental unity," Donald E. Reynolds, Oneida Campora said. "But since the Mrs. Marilyn Sue Riley, Galva general can't travel now, it Mrs. Audrey I. Shaw, seems that it's my job to take' ? 4 s - West St. I the first steps toward continen- Mrs - Doris G - Sherman, tal unity." Yates City Campora was elected last Thomas D. Wagner, March but resigned July 13 to 1 LaFayette allow new elections, with Peron : DISMISSALS MONDAY: as a candidate. Richard W. Muson, East Galesburg Mrs. Edna Mae Eckman, Knoxville Drunk Sailing : Mrs - ^ R - Tenhaaf - ^ 3255 Morningside Dr. SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) - M rs. Christy Ryan, Cameron David Wickwire, 53, said he steve L . Thurman, Abingdon and a friend were watching the M rs. Olive Schisler, Abingdon sunset when their 18-foot Mrs. Mary B. Blackburn, motorboat was struck by a 382- j ^\ s. Chambers St. foot ferryboat. 'Charles O. O'Rourke, But Harbor Patrolman Kent New Windsor Fulk had a different version iMrs. Hazel Fix, Kewanee Monday. He said Wickwire was Edward D. Mackey, drunk and his boat struck the 618 Michigan Ave. ferry. |Stephen Ruebush, Wataga Wickwire was charged withi operating a watercraft while! intoxicated. 'Hot, Cold Spots ' NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported by the National Weather peets across the nation to tell President Nixon they do not want revenue sharing if it means less federal money for such things as poverty programs, j William R. Ratchford, a Democrat and minority leader in the Connecticut House of Representatives, predicted on the eve of the 26th annual conference that a statement oh federal revenue sharing will-be the most important resolution adopted Ratchford said "the confer- onto a gravel road, swerved to Traffic* Court * miss the end of a bridge abut- KNOX COUNTY - ThreeLr- mcnt, hit a railing and ended sons wcrc fined Mon£ . ^ n up in a creek bed. No injuries;Traffic Division of KrTox Qjin- Mercer (Continued from page 2) Divorces Granted Mae Clark was divorced from term and later .elected to his 'ootjph Sherman Clark in Knox County Circuit Court on a com­ piaint alleging adultery. They were married July 29, 1968, and had no children. The court awarded the wife a $15,000 cash present term. Rausch was appointed to serve the rest of Demick's term, which ends in November 1974. relieved that his days as sheriff are over. "That business of ... , . .living at the jail is no gaod," ence will go on record urging' he s ° aid He ^ d he wa * m . Congress not to make cutbacks ' Demjck sa : d his wife, too, is,settlement and $500 per month alimony. The wife was authorized to resume her maiden name, Phyllis Mac Bivens. in the poverty program and other "crucial" federally supported programs. "If that's what federal rev- Charged With aware whether the Mercer Couni'.y Board plans any changes in thait set-up. He said his time recently has !been spent readying a house he enue sharing means then we j purc j>ased in Alexis. "I haven't don't want it," he said. (even looked for another j:b'vorces in five The four-day conference is,y e t," he said this morning. men'al cruelty expected to attract about 2.000, state legislators and state gov-| ernment staff personnel from; across the nation. Feature! speakers will include U.S. Sen. Hubert Humphrey, D-Minn., and Melvin Laird, presidential adviser on domestic affairs. Cost- (Continued from page 2) ty Circuit Court for disorderly conduct. Fined were Robert E. Welsh, 43, 427 E. North St.,^10; Coy D. Smith, 43, Kenton, Ohio, KNOX COUNTY - PhyUis,$i 0 , and Danny L. Bowman;* 101 Duffield Ave, $10. - ;; William R. Krueger, 15,'1046 Grand Ave., was placed on probation for one year for driving without a license. Frederick E. McCann,'. 28, Oneida, was fined $10 for failure to notify the secretary of state of a change of address, -and Brian W. Lewis, 17, 260 W. First St., was fined $10 for not wearing a protective eye shield *as a motorcycle passenger. <* Kenneth M. Parker, 53, 8&4 S. Gordon D. Bordwell was divorced from Elizabeth J. Bordwell on a complaint alleging desertion. They were married Feb. 3, 1940, and "hed"^^!^ 1 -' was fincd * 10 dren, all of legal age. i ure .J» r(C(iucc . s f?. et ^ ^^V? ™' „„„ . *,„ * ^, . accident, and Micnael W.-SDI- The court ^^^J'Vbert, 19. 1045 N. HendWSt.. ° ° paid $10 fee violation of classi- Mary J. Christian ma di-^ 1 'jf MitchcH J. MCCIUMJ. 17. ... c „ a vorcsd from Peter T. Christian- ^J^Y 1CW Circle, and Jloto- MarriaffeJUcennjfi ^ Th were m ^ iti Ju , ert D. Weber. 18 London Mills KNOX COUNTY - Helen , im * mi had M ^ > were eachL fined,$10 for-failure Mary (O'Malley) Betz, 366 W.! She resumei her maMen namei to yield the right of way.. First St., and Larry Dale Betz, Mary j uultoiey. ^ OISU E ' CWLB:N ' ,. 43 ', JJJ FS ' Sterling. MTWred Pe^aridh was di . Chambers St., was fined $0 fcr Merilee Beth (Jones) Unger voreed trom Joseph Pecharich going wrong i*ay on a l->vay and William Kenneth Dufault, Jr . ^ y Wl8re m3rTiei Feb , 16 Jstree , and Michael E Castle •both of Davenport, Iowa. 1953, and had five chiMren,'?> St. Augustine, was fined $10 Heather June MacDonald, 119 three cf wtem are minors. Both.(? r dwobeymg a red Ug.:. Hinnhliff- •hearson.. ,JcTo . s 'IIIBST'inC' FUNERAL DI 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-2101 QALESIUM MR. EARL W. PULVER - 766 Jefferson St. Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Hinchliff - Pearson - West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Lin wood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Building Fund at Emmanuel United Methodist Church. MR. JACK R. ANGLUND - 84 Blaine Ave. Services 10 A.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-W e s t Chapel. Friends may call Thursday evening at the chapel. Burial at. Memorial Park Cemetery. economy governed by the price|y^ ve control program, except for food, petroleum, insurance, construction and health. They will go into effect Monday at the end of the current price freeze jwhitesboro 1 imposed by Nixon June 13. ! Mandatory health regulations g{' I of Phase III were reinstituted' July 19, and Phase IV regulations for some foods had been announced already. Others, including removal of the beef price freeze, will go into effect Sept. 12. Dunlop said regulations for insurance and petroleum would be issued later this v/eek and N. Seminary St., and Gary Lee Brandon, 1679 Rock Island Service Monday excluding Alas ka and Hawaii was 106 degrees in Blythe, Calif. Today's low was 38 degrees at Cut Bank,, 1 modified health regulations Willi Mont. be developed late this year parents were deemed fit Yi'r L. Simpson, 22, AtJin?- custody, and the wife received ^ cn > was ? me d $ 10 * or disobey- custody of one child and the in S a sto P si 8 n > and L Maureen L. Waldeck, 756 Ma -ihu3band custody of two chil- Johnson, 2191 S. Daniel Dr.,iwai pie Ave., and John E. Hillier.idren. fined $10 for failura to |Seld 777 Maple Ave. 1 Rosemary Carlson was di-'fr- 1 " a sto P ^i n Ruth Ann Leahy, 445 N .|vorced from William G. Carl- Fined * cr speeding were Eu- St., and Johnison. They were married Oct. 8 ene A - Deweerdt, 34, Clinton, Michael Hanlon, 1053 N. Cherry 6, 1972, and had no children! Iowa - $ 15 ; Arthur L. Br ?wrS 51, The wife resumed her ma/idan Davenport, Iowa, $15; \fil!-i2 Gloria Ann (Quails) Charles,iname, Rosemary Thurman. Scales, 61, 84 N. Elm St., |10; and Richard Calvin Charles Jr.,! Roseatee F. Cato was granl-jLeroy G. Hatfield, 32, Decjjtur, ed a divorce from Jerry L.i$12, and Nancy L. Howell^ 26, Cato. They were married Oct East Molino, $14. 20, 1967, and had three chil-', dren^ two by marriage and one| Births both of near Wyoming. Baptists Host Singing Group The "Sound Foundations," a ture will be the presentation 25-voice youth group from the'of a musical Saturday at 7:30 Savannah Avenue Baptist p.m. entitled "Encounter." Church, St. Joseph, Mo., will The group wM bs under the conduct services nightly, Aug. direction of Andy Gentry, min- 8-11, at the Allen Park BapSst ister of youth at the St. Jo- Ohurch, 1701 Mulberry St., at seph Church and a student at 7:30 p.m. Midwestern Baptist Seminary, Manfred B. Lee and Other daily activities will in- Kansas City. Gentry is a soo, cousin, Frederic Dannay, wrote elude puppet shows and special, in-law of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. | under the pen name of Ellery •musical programs. A main fea- Noe of the Allen Park Church.'Queen. Fire Calls No loss was reported after firemen answered an alarm when lint caught fire in a dryer at 1112 N. Broad St. Monday at 11:59 a.m. A grass fire at 389 Illinois Ave. Monday at 6:07 p.m. resulted in no loss, according to fire department records. A fire in a boxcar at the Burlington Northern Railroad repair yards took firemen to the scene Monday at 7:10 p.m. Loss was listed as "light" on department records. adopted. Custody was given toeorn at Cottage Hospital toi the mother. i AIr m< i Mrs. Rodger W. Sarnp- Mfcrilyn J. Knox was divorced ison London Mills, a boy $Jon- from Kenneth W. Knox. Theyi^y at 6:2 7 a .m. 1 were married Aug. 19, 1971,j w and Mrs. Gale D. Bram- and had two children by mar-,i ett 1136 Garden Lane, a*oy nage, and two adopted chil- t&di ^ y at 1:2 a a .m. dren. Custody was awarded to the mother. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Bonnie S. Morris against Frederick Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Ball, North Henderson, a boy t$ay at 6:16 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick I* CJer- . rington, of near Dahinda ^ a^bov Morris, Pam Cannon"against> t:d ' 3y at 1:04 am " " Jan P. Cannon and Jack C. Bern If • , •, t , :u his against Debra J. Bern. 11 lsualwa y s on the moon because there is not enough atmosphere to "carry READ THE WANT ADS! i sound waves. 1

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