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DEATHS AND FUNERALS ALPH E. WESTEltFIELD KN0XV1LLE - Ralph fi. WesteriiekL J», KnoxviUe, was pwwunced dead en arrival today at 12:24 a.m. at GaJeaburg Cottage Hospital alter suffer' ing an apparent heart attack white fishing in the Spoon River. Me was bom Feb. 28, 1905, near KnoxviUe, and married Phyllis Johnson on March 20, 1930, in KnoxviUe. He was a foreman at Midwest Manufacturing Co., Galesburg, before retiring in 1970. Surviving are his widow; four sons, Frank (Bud) of Peoria, Alan of Galesburg, Jade of PuyaUup, Wash., and David of Huntington, Beach, CaHf.; two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Sandra) Hcmpeil, Long Bench, CaHfl, and Mrs. Jerry (Brenda) Potts, Tremont; two brothers, Glen of KnoxviUe and Dean of Aledo; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Neal, Lancaster, Calf., and 14 grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, KnoxviUe, with Rev. George Cox officiating. Burial will be at KnoxviUe Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Prairie Council Boy Scout Camp, the family said. MRS. ADOLPH WORACK OPHIEM — Funeral for Mrs. Adolph Worack, 80, of Berwyn, who died last Friday in the Oa&wood Lutheran Home, Madison, Wis., was Monday in Grace Lutheran Ohuirdi, Opfiiem. Rev. Roiger V. Asp- hind, pastor, officiated. Burial was in Lutheran Cemetery. Pallbearers were John Klundlt, Alfred LamJbdn, Richard MiSer, Bart Peterson, Mau- niitz Samueilson and John Thulin. three sons, Lyell, Warren and Marshal) sperry, all of Bushnell; a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Mary Caroline) Timmons, Galesburg; two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Mowrey, Bushnell, Mrs. Caroline Roff, Galesburg, 12 grandchildren and 1? great­ grandchildren. She was a charter member of the Mound Homemakers Extension Unit, a member of the Rebekah Lodge, Carnegie Mutual, and Grandmothers clubs, was a 4-H Club leader for over 25 years, and was a member of Bushnell United Presbyterian Church and its Circle 2. She was a lifetime resident of the Bushnell area. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Bushnell, United Presbyterian Church, with Rev. Kermit Petersen, Galesburg, officiating. Entombment will be in Bushnell Mausoleum. Friends may call at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, BushneV, Thursday, after 3 p.m. Family visitation will be Thursday from 7-9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Presbyterian Church or the American Cancer Society, the family said. MRS. ALTA GOODEN MONMOUTH - Funeral for Mrs. Alta Gooden, 82, of Peoria, formerly of Kirkwood who died last Saturday at the J. C. Proctor Endowment Home, Peoria, was Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Turnbull Funeral Home, with Dr. John Castle, pastor of Stronghurst United Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were G. V. Horner, Jack Simpson, Jack Schaley, Dean Gripple, Rex Gripple and Jack Gripple. grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Funeral will be at Hinchliff* Pearson-West Chapel Friday at 1:30 p.m. Friends may call Thursday evening at the chapel. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. EARL W. PULVER Funeral for Earl W. Pulyer, 80, of 766 Jefferson St. who died Sunday, was at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel today at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Robert E. Mc; Donald, pastor of Emmanuel United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Glen Nelson, Fred Mixer, Harry Suydam, Wilfred Johnson, Robert Williams and Fred McMurray. MRS. MAUDE V. SPERRY BUSHNELL - Mrs. Maude V. Sperry, 85, of near Bushnell, died at Galesburg Cottage Hospital Tuesday at 4:18 p.m. She was born on July 2, 1888, in McDonotigh County, and married Clark V. Sperry on Feb. 1, 1912, in Bushnell. He died Aug. 2, 1967. Mrs. Sperry is survived by HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Mrs. Esther Trotter Victoria, 111. 3 P.M. - THURSDAY Services: HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME. Where friends may call this evening. Burial in the Victoria Cemetery. Memorials may be m a d e to the Heart Fund. MARTIN FUNflAl HOME KNOXVIUE/ lUINOlS Mr. Ralph E. Wtsttrfifld 308 W. Main St., KaaiviUe, ill. Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - FRIDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Where friends may call Thursday evening. Interment KnoxviUe Cemetery. The family suggests memorials to the Prairie Council Boy Scout Camp. MRS. MARY LEARY MONMOUTH - Funeral for Mrs. Mary Leary, 73, of near Monmouth, who died last Friday at Monmouth Community Memorial Hospital, was Monday at 9:30 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, with Rev. Paul Showalter, assistant pastor, officiating. Burial was at St. Mary's Cemetery, Monmouth. Pallbearers were Charles Earp Jr., Leroy Earp, Robert Cramer, William Leary and George Brown. MATHEW R. UNDERWOOD Mathew Richard Underwood, 23-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Underwood Jr., 144 W. Simmons St., was pronounced dead on arrival today at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital Funeral services are pending at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. MRS. IDA M. BARBER Mrs. Ida M. Barber, 74, of 1017 W. Second St., died at App\egate Inn, Monmouth, Tuesday at 7:10 p.m. She was born at Virgil on Sept. 19, 1898. She married Christopher S. Cissel in Iowa in 1905. He died in 1925. She married David P. Barber at Galesburg on Feb. 18, 1950. He died in 1970. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Bridges of Abingdon, and Mrs. Opal Quinn and Mrs. Alice Luna, both of Galesburg; two half- brothers, Carl Baughman, Galesburg, and Everett Baughman, Chicago; a step-sister, Mrs. Myrtle Peterson, Galesburg, 11 Mausoleums put Monuments McFAU MONUMENTS HOI W. Mala WL Galesbarg, 01. Phone 312-1511 Judge Rejects Drinati Suit On Bombing BOSTON (UPT) - U.S. District Court Judge D. Joseph Tauro today turned down a suit brought by U.S. Rep. Robert F. Drinan, D-Mass.. seeking to halt the U.S. air war over Cambodia. in a 26-page decision, Tauro found that the Aug. 15 deadline set by Congress had resolved the issue of whether to continue the bombing attacks. The suit had been brought by Drinan, a Roman Catholic priest, throe other congressmen and an airman stationed at Hanscom Field in Bedford. President Nixon, former De fsnse Secretary Elliot Richardson, William Clements, present acting secretary of defense, and John McLucus, aiding secretary of the Air Force, had been named as defendents. In the ruling Tauro said "by any objective standard it is clear that after weeks of continuing debate and division,! the executive and legislative have acted so as to avoid irresolute conflict. "The political question has been resolved by t&ie political branches and, therefore, there is no justifiable issue before this court." Officials, EPA Discuss Lagoon MONMOUTH—Mayor George Bersted, city engineers and the legal department of Wilson and Company, conferred with the Illinois Environmental Protection Ageneyifn Springfield Monday in an effort to resolve problems over a permit for expansion at Wilson. Major topic of the conference! was a 3-stage lagoon, located north of the city, which serves the processing plant. Area Republican Named to Post MONMOUTH - Miss Martha McCrery, Monmouth, was elected to a 2-year term as 19th Congressional District governor lart weekend at the state convention of the Illinois Young Republicans at Chicago. Miss McCrery is president of the Warren County Young Republicans. Deputy district governor will be Miss Jackie Speer of McDonough County. Cyclist Killed CHICAGO (UPI) - Kenneth Credit, 18, of suburban Melrose Park, was killed Tuesday night when his motorcycle went out of control and slammed into a traffic island in Melrose Park, police said. Fatal Collision CHICAGO (UPI) - Eugene Dion, 45, suburban Oak Park, was killed Tuesday night when '.he car he was driving collided w;th another auto in suburban Western Springs. Three other persons were injured. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Mary A. Bloomgren, Wataga Dennis Cederberg, Rio Mrs. LiJJie D. Cross, Sesser Terry R. DeJaynes, Abingdon Miss Tammy Fuller, KnoxviUe Miss Vicki Ointher, Abingdon Mrs. Frances M. Grady, KnoxviUe Mrs. Evelyn Hall, 1500 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Carolyn Hatch, Oneida Miss Lisa L. Ladendorf* 1546 Wizard St. Mrs. Mary Madderom, 1006 Maple Ave. Mrs. Linda Myers, Avon Miss Ava L. Pulliam, Abingdon Miss Michelle E. Woods, Ipava DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Patricia Miller, 1142 N. Broad St. Mrs. Mary L. Johnson, Box 656 Gregg S. Witherell, 1439 Florence Ave. Douglas E. Hawkins, 1356 Spruce Ave. Robert M. McCommons, Mobile City Miss Christine A. Austin, Abingdon Miss Jacqueline H. Mitchell, 966 E. Knox St. Interial Marcos, 1095 S. Academy St. Robert E. Harvey, Moline Mrs. Evelyn Colgan, Monica Donald E. Reynolds, Oneida Golesburq Reflisfej-Mo.lt/ Gojesburg, 111. Wednesday, Aug. 8, 1973.. .It Honey Is 'Gravy 9 for Beekeeper But Deaths Prove Sticky Business By ANN JACOBS the situation is hopeless unless BERRYVILLE, Va. (UPI) - the Cause of death is discovered Arlington Palmer hasn't had soon "Even if the price doubles, Honey Income About 80 per cent of Palmer's income comes from honey. "I've just about lost the honey now ... it's too late to do anything,'' said Palmer, estimating his total loss to .be near $25,000. The death of the bees also will affect apple orchard owners who rent bees for pollenation purposes in the spring of each year. Palmer said the loss of so many colonics is going to force the price of rental bees from $5.50 to $8 or $9. 'W4 DEALER •' ' Installation Set • MONMOUTH - Officers for the American Legion Auxiliary for the coming year wUl be installed at a dinner meeting T^ 3 ^^ 30 pm - * the .around too many people Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: James Coleman, 1176 E. South St. Mrs. Barbara A. Hall, North Henderson Mrs. Grace L. Worland, 248 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Barbara J. Neal, 500 Irwin St. Stephen C. Webb Jr., 932 E. Brooks St. Judge Guyton, 156 W. Ferris St, George A. Anthony, 249 E. North St. Mrs. Carla S. Myers, Laura Harold J. Reinhardt, 828 N. Cherry St. Cynthia J. Hepner, Kewanee Mrs. Grace E. Owens, Monmouth : > Mrs. Sandra L. Klockenga, 1480 Russell Ave. Mrs. Barbara J. Junkin, 443 Westoort Rd. Susan E. Whitney, Abingdon Mrs. Bonnie J. Goff, Dahinda Mrs. Marlene Havnes, 1503 McKnight St. Mrs. Alice M. Neill, 1865 Indiana Dr. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Mvrtle Lamm, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Kathryn A. Adams, Oneida Mrs. Barrie A. Bair, 337 W. North St. Mrs. Esther Pendleton, 222 Holton St. Tammie S. Blickem, Wataga Kendall R. Lester, Avon Mrs. Delorcs V. Hunt, Alexis Mrs. Joyce L. Linroth, 371 Clark St. Mrs. Louise H. Swansbn, Wataga Mrs. Mary Jane Logsdon, .433 E. Grove St. Theresa R. Rankin, Alexis Garret R. Nelson, Cambridge Mrs. L. LaVonne Hartzell, Victoria Mrs. Hazel D. Munson, Monmouth Mrs. Hattie L. Jacobs, 1328 E. Losey St. Mrs. Madeline L. Morrison, 915 E. Dayton St. Jennifer L. Korschsen, 1520 Monmouth Blvd. Horse Has Hay Fever GOSHEN, Ohio (UPI) - Mini Mustang, the world's smallest horse, has hay fever—and she got the condition from being much luck since he moved to Berryville six months ago to become the largest, but most disaster-prone beekeeper in the area. Less than three months after taking over'the Old Virginia Honey Company, a then- prospering business, Palmer's bees started dying. The bee kill has continued and has wiped out a third of Palmer's colonies. The mysterious death of Palmer's bees and those of a number of other beekeepers in the Northern Virginia area is puzzling state experts who say Pamphlet On Food Prices Goes Up Too By BERNARD BRENNER UPI Farm Editor WASHINGTON (UPI) Seeking to keep up to date in its publicity on what's happened to grocery bills, the Agriculture Department has revised, illu- trated and re-issued a consumer pamphlet initially published in April. Like the food it reported on, the new version cost substantially more than the April edition. Officials said they had print- 1 ^ ^t 12:30 p.m. near the cor- 'ner of Ferris and Cherry streets it's not going to help me on my loss," he added. Palmer scoffed at the suggestion of federal subsidies—"it's worth about two cents" — but said that if he doesn't get some sort of indemnity payments he will never make it. Subsidy The government pays beekeepers for loss of colonies due to pesticides. If pesticides are not responsible for the kill, then no indemnity payment. In! Palmer's case, no one has been able to determine the reason and he can't even begin filing for any reimbursement. "I don't ask for help unless I need it, but unless I get some sort of help, I'm sunk," said Palmer, a large man with a dark tan from the 50 to 60 hours a week he spends working outside. Palmer is convinced that the trouble is caused by pesticide spray but the state Department of Agriculture is convinced it is not. H. P. Powers, state apiarist, has a theory that the ozone factor in the air is causing the deaths. "I don't think pollution has any part of it," Palmer said. "As far as I'm concerned, it's got to be something in the combs that's killing bees whether they prove it in the lab or not." Today's Record Arrests Robert Lawrence Deppe, 19, 345 S. Whitesboro St., was arrested Tuesday shortly after 2 p.m. for forgery after he allegedly attempted to use a fictitious name to borrow money from a local ban company. Deppe reportedly came to the establishment a second time and met face-to -face with a, police officer investigating his loan application. Donald Taylor Gladfelter, 20, Dahinda, sister, Laurel Lynn Gladfelter, KnoxviUe, were arrested Tues- Traffic Accidents No injuries were reported in three traffic mishaps investigated Tuesday by Galetslbutng police. William P. O'MaUey, 18, 1399 Mliberty St., was cited for a •traffic signal violation after his car was hit by one driven by Be.ty M. Gunther, 52, 1043 N. Cherry St. The mlisfoap occurred ait 10:19 a .im. at the corner wore each fined $10 for speed- Trnffic Court Speeding fines were paid Tuesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court by Reginald L. Randall. 20, 897 Yates St., $20; John R. Beebe, 34, Canton, $12, and Dale Lewis Masser, 23, Belleville, Neb., $11 John L. Wolford, 48, Louisville, Ky., and Edgar J. McGee, 18. 1461 Lindscy Lane, of Losey and Prairie streets. A ticket tor failing to yield and his IS-year-oldi'^ ?^ ""JTX? £ 'Mark E. Anderson, 23, 144 VV. Simmons St., ate Amterosn's auto was hat by a tnuck cpar- Legion Home. ed 120,000 copifts of the new edition of "What's Happened to Food Prices," which attributes this year's skyrocketing grocery costs to strong demand by American consumers, booming world demand, declining supplies of meat, more use of food stamps, increased use of processed '-'convenience" foods, and more away-from-home eating. The April edition cost an estimated $5,600 for printing 140,000 copies. It reported that although retail food prices in February were up 7.3 per cent from a year earlier, the rise was "expected to ease off" in the second half of the year. The new edition cost about $3,300 for preparation of two- color art work plus about $12,000 for printing. The printing cost was estimated at about 10 cents a copy compared with about 4 cents for the all black- and-white April edition. Department editors revising the new 24-page pamphlet (up from 16 pages in the April version because of the addition of illustrated charts and graphics) retained a forecast that an increase in the size of beef breeding herds means an eventual upswing in beef production. But they combed out the April edition's hopeful forecasts— since contradicted by later developments—that pork production would rise in the last six months of 1973 and that chicken production would equal last year's level. U. S. Urges U. N. Treaty Oil Terrorism UNITED NATIONS (UPI) The United States urged a General Assembly committee land insulation on the Kroger studying ways to combatjFamily Center complex on North international terrorism to consider a treaty Washington proposed a year ago or offer concrete alternatives to it. "There have been four instances of international ter-|redone. rorism in the last three wonks; while we have been sitting in; Thrfls for possession of marijuana. They were reportedly seated in a parked auto when police officers approached. Two 16-year -old Gatesburg youths were charged with marijuana offenses Tuesday after the motorcycle they were riding was stopped by police near the comer of Maple Avenue and Ncrth Street. One youth was cited for delivery of the substance and the other with possession. Terry Lee Mason, 17, 530 Michigan Ave., was charged Tuesday with burglary. He was booked at 11 p.m. after ques tioning ait police headquarters. The charge stemmed from an alleged incident Jury 30 when he reportedly broke into a car in the 1800 Mock of East Knox Street. MONMOUTH—Three persons were charged with disorderly conduct after Monmouth police were called to investigate a disturbance Monday about 1 p.m. in the 500 block of South Main Street. Charged were James B. Wallace, 17, 934 S. Fourth St.; Gary D. Hayes, 18, 1033 S. Second St., and a 16 -year-okl Monmouth girl. The girl bonded out. The two youths were locked up in the Warren County Jail. Russell R. Yoder Jr., 21, Peoria, was charged Tuesday at 1:17 a .m. with disorderly conduct and reckless driving. He posted bond and was released. Suits Filed Galesburg Construction Co. has filed suit in Knox County Circuit Court against Brown and Kerr Inc., Evanston, seeking damages of $135,000. The suit alleges that Brown and Kerr was the subcontractor to furnish and install roofing Henderson Street. The suit contends that work did not meet specifications, that numerous leaks developed and that the work will have to be nvg. Failing to yield the right of way resulted in $10 fines for Richard Lipsky, 20, 1316 E. Knox St.; Ronald E. Lydic, 20, ^ed by Anthony M. Mason, ^St. 530 Michigan Ave. The accident oacuirred at the comer of Academy and Cross streets at 2:54 p.m. A car driven by Dean Down Others fined $10 Tuesday were Joyce M. Nolz, 31, 15*8 Wiliard St., speed restriction violation; Kenneth E. Vance, ard, 21, 1268 S. Seminary StjJJ'™ "g^ Ave, JUagal tfru* « telephone pole at 8:16^ U ™ :r ?TjL E JS«? £ D,m in th» 1100 hlri* oF SiWIHi 01 ncar GalcsDUr g> tra,ffiC »g- p,m. in me liw Mock of &oo.h. naJ violation; Alfred W. Burnett, 27, Peoria, muffler viola- Seimiwairy Street, breaking off *J!£L 2r'T and H ^^ticr., and Douglas C. Swartz, atenpted to leave the scene „ 522 N A ^ st drivin ^ l ^1^ Ce i!^ iVed, Tiwith an obstructed windshield, located some diisilsancie away. He _ was changed wilth not reporting the mishap to police. Mclntyre, 74, Btoomington, was hit in the back by one operated by David Thornton, 20, Kirkwood, Monday at 4:39 p.m. Thornton was cited for a speed restriction violation. The tandem wheels of a semi driven by Ralph Traxler, 49, La Place, hit a car operated by Gail Green, 19, 710 N. Eighth St., Tuesday at 6:42 p.m*. There were no charges. A car driven by Michael G. Ernst, 25, Quincy, was heavily damaged Monday afternoon when it went out of control on U. S. 67 north,of Monmouth, loft the pavement and .struck a culvert. Ernst was not injured, and no tickets were issued. MONMOUTH - Victor L. _ F'awk, 27, 1056 E. Fifth Ave., ™rwMn™um, r«. i_ „. and Gary J. Bojes, 20, 5\0 N. D MONMOUTH-Two trafhc ac- st wcrc vnvhsiimA $10 Tucs- OKtents were investigated by day in Warron cunty Traffic MonmmHh police tins week on Court for spce ding. the Pubic Square. I Fined $10 for city vchide A car driven by Rachel L.lsiicker violations were Peggy Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Neal, 500 Irwin St., a girl today at 8:33 a.m. MEDIA — Mr. and Mrs. Mike Duncan are the parents of a daughter, Amy Lynn, born July 25 at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Avery, Media L. Jones, 22, 512 S. E St., and E'aine C. Brissey, 17, 403 S. Eighth St. Gary D. Holmberg, 17, 3 McEwen Ch, paid $15 for failing to yield the right of way. Others fined $10 were Robert M. Jebb, 76, 200 E. Harlem Ave., passing violation, and Danny R. Mclntyre, 20, of near Monmouth, no valid registration. Circuit Court James A. Barringer, 150, Plaza Hotel, was fined $10 Tuesday in Knox County Circuit Court for disorderly conduct. MONMOUTH-Joseph D. Simmons and Michael L. Lease, both 25, and of Kirkwood, began serving 120-day sentences Monday in the Warren County Jail after they were convicted earlier of possession of marijuana. They will be relpased on workdays to attend their jobs, according to court order. Terry Ross, Monmouth, was sentenced Tuesday to probation for a year after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana. ' A charge of criminal damage Paternal grand- to P ro P ert v resulted in a C50 A veterinarian here told Dale this committee," W. Tapley, MONMOUTH — A sweater parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Duncan, Stronghurst. MEDIA — Dr. and Mrs. Charles Poguc, Albert Lea, Minn., are the parents of a daughter, Catherine Mary, bom Sunday at 12:!0 a.m. at Naeve H»«pital, Albert IXM. Paternal' grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mac I'ogue of near Media, 111. fine Tuesday for Jack Kelly, Monmouth. The alleged offense stemmed from the injury and death of a dog, according to court records. • Donald L. Wnldron. Cuba, wa« fined $2'» for allegedly defrauding an innlconiT last weekend. A ch.'i'"e of (IcrcDlive nrae- ti<'es a'aiir.l George I' Baldwin. MoNinou'h. was dismissed •Hinchliff- {g 'Jiearspn fUNEtAl DIRECTOIS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-2101 GALESSUM 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. MRS. IDA M. BARBER - 1017 W. Second St. Services 1:30 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West ChapeL Friends may call Thursday evening at the chapel. Burial at Abingdon Cemetery, Abingdon, Illinois. MATHE'W RICHARD UNDERWOOD, Son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Underwood, Jr. — 268 Indiana Ave. Services to be arranged. Bennett Jr., the deputy chief of the U.S. delegation, told the committee Tuesday. "Public opinion has every right to demand that the United Nations come to grips with this problem." The Washington treaty was conditioned van with a plexi- offered last September by glass back for viewing. Secretary of State William P. Rogers. It urged strong international action to curb terrorism, and Donna Carman, owners of the horse that was 13^ inches at birth May 17, to keep Mini Mustang in air • conditioned quarters until she outgrows me problem. The Carman's are now exhibiting Mini in a 16-foot air- FINEST IN ^ i ; FLORAL y £ TRIBUTES % I Don's it &FloiverShop O ' ^ FULTON . ' 343-3174 r£ and two jackets valued at $77 were reportedly stolen from the Phone Set Shop, 105 S. Main St., during the lunch hour Monday. The incident is being investigated. Labor Minister Against Custom LIMA, Peru (UPI) - Labor Minister Pedro Sala said Tuesday he will try to end a custom in Peruvian mountain, areas of using humans as pad animals. The custom is hundreds of secret, terrorists years old and persists chiefly twice in Greece, because it is cheaper to use often Indians The 35-member committee, appointed to make recommendations to the General Assembly next month, winds up Its work Friday. While it has been meeting, largely in have struck •'nipsdrtv b" a jiuhe who was in- Fire ('alls 'formed Baldwin has made res- Galesburg firefighters werejtitution. called to the corner of Prairie] and Losey streets Tuesday at; M arr i a g e Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Gloria r a !«*i.«/ iwriM Kay (Potter) Van Treese and £ a J?^i,5*^^ D lS t iRot>ert Howard Van Treese, both of Maquon. Jody L. Jones, U53 Lane JAve., and Robert R. Keller, 821 Vandalism iEJia St. 3:44 p.m. where a trash fire was reportedly burning near the ~ " ' - - - 205 Board of Education building. No loss was reported. TP % MONMOUTH - Edwerd Dean Lee, Monmouth, and Cathy Sue Peterson, little York. ... William Arthur Temple and Pobce are tovesti-'Elizabeth Jane Wilkie, both of Burlington. and once in Libya and Norway, hurmr.s - T often Indians - than Electricity from atomic T> " s Fi '^'l The most recent incident was mu '.ss. energy was generated for the KNOX COUNTY-Judy Milan the attack Sunday by two Arabs Sala said he plans to issue first time in the world, in 1951, against Michael Milan and Ray passengers at Athens air-jguidelines to "safeguard the j at the atomic research plant injW. Miller against Vickie Sue MONMOUTH - Martin Todd, 606 N. B St., told Monmouth potei Tujaaday that eggs a^ri beer bottles had been thrown at his garage during the previous night, gating. on port. dignity of persons." |Arco, Idaho. | Miller.

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