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UEJJ\ 1 no AND FUNERALS KAMIY V. RICKARO QUINCY -Harry V, Richard, M t of Mendon, formerly Of Galesburg, died Thursday at 4:30 a.m. at Blessing Hospital, Quincy. He was born Jan. 8, 1MM, in Knoxville, and married Gall, Bandy on May 8,1933, in Knox vlUc. He was employed by Bur lington Northern Railroad over 30 y^ars and was a member of Qulncy Christian Church. He was a member of the Brother* hood of Railway Trainmen. Surviving is a brother, Sherwin, of Springfield, Graveside services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Greenmeunt Cemetery, Quincy, with Rev. Alex Elliott officiating. Friends may call today from 7-9 p.m. at the Haugh and Sons Funeral Home, Quincy. MRS. ALICE M. NEILL Mrs. Mice M. Neill, 76, of 1865 Indiana Dr., died at Cottage Hospital Thursday at 10:13 a.m. She was born at Basco on June 14, 1897. She married Virgil C. Neill at Carthage March 4,1990, He died in 1942. Surviving are two sons, Clair Neill, Augusta, and Donald Neill, Peoria; lour daughters, Mrs. Katheleen Stout and Mrs. Phyllis Roate, both of Galesburg, Mrs. Dorothy Oates, Moline, and Mrs. Joan Dierklng, Quincy; three Johnson-Gill Schuster Chape! Galva - WUIIamsfield Mr. Raymond E. Brown Emden, III. Formerly of Galva Services: 1:30 P.M. - SATURDAY At the CHAPEL. Friends may call this evening after -7. Burial Galva Cemetery. Funeral Home Abingdon, Illinois Mr. Harry S. Booton R.R'. 1, Gilson Services: 1 2:30 P.M. - SUNDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the Funeral Home Saturday evening. Burial Abingdon Cemetery. sisters, Mrs. Mary Brandenburg, Entiat, Wash., Mrs. Cornelia Tall, Cashmere, Wash., and Mrs. Alma Jayne, Oxnard, Calif., 17 grandchildren and four treat-grandchildren. She was a 'member of First United Methodist church and was a Sunday school teacher for 15 years. Funeral will be at Hinchliff Pearson-West Chapel Monday at 10 a.m. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday evening. Commit tal services will be at West Point Cemetery Monday at 2:30 p.m. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, the family said. HOWARD O. MORSE Howard O. Morse, 61, of 173 Hawkinson Ave., died at Cottage Hospital Thursday at 3 p.m. He was born at London Mills on March 21, 1912. He married Jessie Adele Johnson in Gales burg on Sept, 12,1961. She survives with his mother, Mrs. Maude Morse, Elm wood, and a sister, Mrs. Glenadine Gutschall, Elmwood. He was a foreman for Intra State Telephone Co. for more than 25 years. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Ralph M. Noble Ameri can Legion Post 285, Galesburg Elks Lodge and the 40, & 8. He was a veteran of World War II. Funeral will be.at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Friends may call at the chapel) this evening Burial will be at KnoxviUe Cemetery. HARRY S. BOOTON GILSON — Harry S. Booton, 64, of near Gilson, died today at 4; 30 a. m. at his home. Born May 8, 1909, in Louisville, Ky., he farmed in the DeLong area since 1949. He married Kathryn Morris at Gales burg July 22,1932. She survives with a son, Harry L. Booton, DeLong, and five daughters, Mrs. Harley (Virginia) Davis and Mrs. Robert (Mary) Eaves, both of Galesburg; Mrs. Marvin (Shirley) Baker, DeLong; Mrs. Bob (Marjorie) Nolen, Atlanta, Ga., and Miss Lueann Booton, at home. Also surviving are three brothers, William of Rock Island, Harold of Galesburg, and Vernon of Milan, and eight grandchildren. Mr. Booton was of the Baptist faith. He served in hte United States Navy. Funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon, where friends may call Saturday evening. Burial will be in Abingdon Cemetery. MRS. ESTHER TROTTER VICTORIA - Funeral for Mrs. Esther Trotter, ,76, of Victoria, were Thursday at 3 p.m. at the Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. She died Monday. Rev. James Elder, pastor of Oneida United Methodist Church officiated. Pallbearers were Earl G. Johnson, Wallace Weedman, Edward Secrist, Ralph Young, James Carlson and William Carlson. Burial was in Victoria Cemetery. MRS. R. R. EHMAN CORPUS CHRIST!, Tex. Mrs. R. R. Ehman, 36, of Ingleside, Tex., formerly of Alpha, 111., died Thursday at Corpus Christi Hospital. The firmer Cynthia Fleharty was.born July 16, 1937, and married R. R. Ehman on July 16, 1956. She wa$ graduated from AlWood High School. Surviving are her husband; four daughters, Darcy, Teresa, Julie and Joni, all at home; a brother, Micky of Peoria, III, and her mother, Mrs. Rachel Fleharty, Alpha, 111. Funeral services arc pending at Ross Langham Mortuary, Corpus Christi. SAMUEL I. GROSS Samuel I. Qrfiss, 79, of 2664 Springer Rd., died today at 2:07 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He was born May 26, 1894, in Creston, Iowa, and married Bertha Abrams on Jan. 3, 1917, in New York, N.Y. He was secretary-treasurer of Gross Galesburg Co. and was a member of Temple Sholom. Surviving are his widow and a sister, Mrs. David Grossman, Galesburg. Funeral will be Monday at 11:30 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, with Rabbi Robert Benjamin officiating. Burial will be at Brookside Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to Temple Sholom or the Samuel I. Gross Memorial Fund in care of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Hinchliff- fa -pearson FUNERAL DIRiCTOKS 1070 WEST FREMONT STRUT fHONSMMIQt OAUStURS MATHEW RICHARD UNDERWOOD, Son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Underwood, Jr. — 268 Indiana Ave. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel, Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Mathew R. Underwood Memorial Fund in care of Emmanuel United Methodist Church. —0— ' MR. HOWARD O. MORSE - 173 Hawkinson Ave. Services 1:30 P.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel, Burial at KnoxviUe Cemetery, Knoxville, 111. MRS. ALICE M. NEILL - 1865 Indiana Dr. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening at the chapel. Burial at West Point Cemetery, West Point, 111. with graveside services at 2:30 P.M. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church. MR. SAMUEL I. GROSS - 2664 Springer Rd. Services 11:30 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Brookside Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Temple Sholom or the Samuel I. Gross Memorial Fund in care of Corpus Christi Church. MR CLIFFORD C. GAUL - 468 E. 5th St. Services 1.30 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson-W e s t Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening at the chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery, Memorials may be made to the Vesper Masonic Lodge or the Elks Crippled Chlldrens' Fund. LESTER C. STOTHART ONEIDA — Funeral for Lester C. Stothart, 77, of Oneida who died Sunday, was Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. Rev. James Elder, pastor of Oneida United Methodist Church, officiated. Masonic services were conducted Tuesday by Oneida Lodge 337. Military services were con ducted by American Legion Post 727 members, who also were pallbearers. Burial was in the Oneida Cemetery. CLIFFORD C. GAUL Clifford C. Gaul, 59, of 468 E. Fifth St., died Thursday at 10:33 p.m. at St. Mary Hospital. He was born April 30, 1914, at Monmouth, and married Esther Welsh on Aug. 7, 1937, at Keokuk, Iowa. He was assistant dispatcher for Burlington Northern Transport for 37 years, and was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Keokuk. He was a member of Vesper Masonic Lodge, Moline Consistory and the Elks Club. Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Maxine Christ, Quincy; a brother, Harold of Monmouth, and four sisters, Mrs. Lois Nichols, Galesburg, and Mrs. Mary Bresnahan, Mrs. Rose Coflopy and Mrs. Mabel Switzer, all of Monmouth. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, with Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday evening at the chapel. Memorials jmay be made to Vesper Masonic wertd War If. Hi m * wm* bet of HafNnHamlin American Legion Post 41 and Wit ernpwyen ny Ameocen-Biann- m In Kewanea for II yfir*. Surviving are two ions, Steven of Polo and Itanley of Kewanee; three daughters, Mrs, Clarence Jacobs, Emdtn, and Mrs. Richard Smith and Mrs, Van Pollack, both of Kewantet his mother, Mm. Florence Brown, Galva; a brother, Dean H. of Bellflower, Calif.; a sis* ter. Mrs. Gerald Dickey, Galva, and seven grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday it 1:30 p.m. at John son* Gill* Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. James Hancock, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Galva Cemetery. Visitation will be today after 7 p .m. at the chapel. JACK R. ANGLUND Funeral for Jack R. Anglund, 49, of 84 Blaine Ave,, who died Monday at Cottage Hospital, was today at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, with Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Paul Johnson, Don Truelove, Estei Polen, Dewey Bragg, Harold Saline and Jack Witt. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY; Mrs. Janet I. Alexander, 442 N. West St. Mark Jeffrey Ehlen, 872 Greenleaf St. Peggy A. Fox, 424 Peck St. > Mrs. Patsy P. Giddings, Monmouth Mrs. Ruth L. Gosney, Monmouth Hank E. Hamilton, Viola Otis W. Henry, 1123 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Bessie A. Hopping, Abingdon Mrs. Ellen I. Hopping, Galva Glen D. McClain, 483 W. Tompkins St. Robert D. Milan, 1063 Frank St. Mrs. Shirley A. Landon, 1259 Maple Ave. Mrs. Ethel D. Paulsgrove, 927 S. Kellogg St. Tina M. Ross, 1108 Russell Ave. Donald L. Savage, Jr., Kewanee Mrs. Sally A. Smith, Williamsfield Mrs. Joan K. Townsend, Knoxville Thomas E. Wisshack, 1089 N. Broad St. Clifford R. Young, 1948 E. Main St. Deena Lynn Youngren, 1315 Brown Ave. John H. Smith, Avon Mrs. Carol K. Wyman, Knoxville DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Mrs. Sandra L. Klockenga, 1480 Russell Ave. Mrs. Erma J. Campbell, Keithsburg Susan S. Whitney, Abingdon Mrs. Jennifer L. Bramlett, 113 Garden Lane Mrs. Darlene Strange, 82 Pine St. Cynthia J. Hepner, Kewanee James F. Dumse, 895 W. Main St. Mrs. Elva M. Terry, Yates City Mrs. Sara A. Hatch, 105 Michigan Ave. Lodge or ths Elks Crippled Chil-^ — Q ' ' Wataga dren Fund, the family-said. L wilUabis, 163 E North St. IDA M. BARBER Funeral for Ida M. Barber, 74, of 1017 W. Second St. who died Tuesday at Applegaie Inn, Monmouth, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson West Chapel with Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were John C. Luna, Michael G. Luna, Carlos Luna and Donald Quinn. RAYMOND ETBROWN GALVA—Raymond E. Brown, 56, of Emden, formerly of Galva, died Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in Delavan. He was born July 19, 1917, in Galva, and married Alice Gosch in 1942 in Kewanee. He was educated in Galva and served in the Army during Barbara D. Emken, Maquon Mrs. Merle A. Van Winkle, 1167 S. Pearl St. Mrs, Barbara J. Junkin, 443 Westport Rd. Mrs. Grace E. Owens, Monmouth *T FINEST IN S $r y° FLORAL \ % TRIBUTES S t Don's j % Flower Shop H 56KULTON St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Richard E. Bowman, Williamsfield. Daniel J. Bitcon, 1902 N. Broad St. Al H. Erkel, Galva. Mrs. Catherine J. Heimann, 267 S. Academy St. Mrs. Viona Karr, 279 W. South St. Todd A. Pruett, Maquon. Miss Sherry L. Simkins, Abingdon. Billy L. Thurman, Monmouth. Mark S. Tadie, Wataga. Miss Martha J. Tadie, Wataga. Jackie R. Varnold, Abingdon. Carl E. Whitcomb, 1032 E. South St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Mrs. Linda Myers, Avon. Arthur E. Kalb, Laura. Everett M. Baker, Maquon. Mrs. Marjorie V. Coon, 1181 Arcadia Dr. Mrs. Charlotte M. Gardner, 22055 Daniel Dr. • Mrs. Elva Jones, Abingdon. ' Traffic AecidenU j A U-yeaMd Oaleibtifg hoy was in fair condition today in St. Mary's Hospital after he was struck by a car Thursday about 2:40 p .m. as he rode his bicycle in the 1180 block of Fist Main Street. Injured wis Carl E. Whitcomb Jr., 1031 E. South St. Whitcomb was hit by a car drlv* en by James E. Pumfrey, 37, 28 Sunnyview Ct. Pumfrey, a Galesburg police officer, gave the youth emergency first aid until an ambulance arrived. Witnesses said the youth swerved Into the path of the auto and there was no time for the driver to stop. There were no charge*, Billy L. Thurman, 41, Mo* mouth, was alio listed in fair condition today at St, Mary's Hospital after he was injured when his car was hit in the back by one driven by Densll s, Cmtcher, as, Sherrard, Thursday at 3 :18 p .m. in the 300 block of East Main Street, Crutcher 's car was then hit in the back by an auto driven by Cynthia J. Sauter, 10, 344 Locust St., who was cited for a lane violation. No serious injuries were re* ported in five other mishaps investigated Thursday by Galesburg police. David J. Brown, 81, 1188 W. Losey St., was cited for failing to yield the right of way after his car was hit by one driven by Cathy S. Triorie, 22, 984 N. Kellogg St., at 4:41 p.m. at the corner of Henderson and South streets. Cars driven by Dorma M. Lindstrom, 44, Pairview, and Howard B. Malmrose, 47, 1729 E. Fremont St., collided at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Main Street about 5:45 p.m. There were no tickets issued. A semi driven by Charles W. Maillicoat, 42, Jefferson City, Mo., struck a oar driven by William H. Riley, 75, 1123 W Losey St., at 7:38 p.m. at the corner of Henderson and Losey streets. MaMicoiat told police he felt a load of steel beams he wes hauling shift as he braked, and rather than afflow them to crash into the cab, he coasted through the intersection against the light. Police said MaMtoot attempted to jackkmife the truck to a v o i d the collision, There were no tickets issued. James E. Kersey, 25, 1079 Garden Lane, was cited for failing to yield the night of way after his car hit one operated by Harold F. Quionby, 66, 1332 Beecher Ave., at 9:19 p.m. in the 500 block of West Main Street. Mattie J. Mixon, 32, 1434 S West St., was changed with fating to report an accident after she backed into a oar owned by Claude E. PJggee Jr., 35, 707 W. First St., about 9:30 p.m Piggee's vehicle was parked in the 800 block of West Brooks Street. WARREN COUNTY - A car driven by Thomas M. Sullivan, 21, Cameron, went out of con* trol and into a ditch Wednesday at 9 p.m. on the Cameron blacktop two-tenths of a mile east of the junction of U.S. 34 and U.S. 67, according to Illinois State Police. The car received onW minor damage. HENDERSON COUNTY Michael J. Brant, 19, Oquawka, lost control of his pickup and rolled it on to the shoulder of the road Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. on a rain-slickened Keithsburg road five miles north of 111. 164, according to Illinois State Police. The vehicle suf< fered extensive damage. Circuit Court Roger D, Kilpatrick, 27, Mobile City Trailer Court, paid $100 fine Thursday in Knox County Circuit Court on a Charge of unlawful sale of liquor to a minor. Don Hatch, 26, 105 Michigan Ave., paid a $25 fine on a disorderly conduct charge. J Ellsworth B. Lindley, no age or address listed, paid a $15 fine on a charge of disorderly conduct — public intoxication. MONMOUTH - Donald J. Williams was fined 125 Thursday in Warren County Circuit Court for disorderly conduct. ! Kevin Conroy was fined $100 for illegal possession of liquor. A judge ordered the arrest of Raymond L. Garrison and Gary Hayes after the two men failed to pay $10 fines for disorderly conduct. Traffic C #utt Rotar D. Kilpatrick, 17, Mobile City Trailer Court, paid a $tt fine Thursday In Knot County Traffic Court on a charge of Illegal transportation of liqyor. Michael R. jBgU, 89, Peoria, paid a $80 fine for driving with an expired license. Paying $15 finei on speeding charges were Dean D Oibbs, 48, Mt. Vernon, Ohio; Houston R, Baker, 81, St. Petersburg, Pla.; William Nelson, 44, Man- chaster. Mo.; Bruce A, Johnson, 8$, Aloha, Ore.; Geraldlne Stride* 83, Philadelphia, Pa.; Louisa G. TrlllMsr ft, Peoria; M!a Mi Hayes, 40, Dayton, Ohio, and Laurie L. Rankin, 83, Berkeley, Calif. other speeding fines were Call* for Expamhn Farm Bill Today Mrs. Cathy E. Cherrington, Dahinda. iThomas D. Wagher, LaFayette. Gary E. Kelso, Maquon. Miss Vicki Ginther, Abingdon. Miss Tammy Fuller, Knoxville- , Miss Michelle E. Woods, Ipava. I Thursday at U:20 p.m. S aid by sally A. Lawrence, 29, rataga, $13; J e r r y M, Davis, 88, Goodfietd, 114 1 Glenn FY Wbetitine, 22, 337 W. North St, $80; Robert R. Plppitt, 78, Maquon, $U; Richard L. Lena, 23, Wayne City, $16; L. J. Rosenquist, 32, Cincinnati, Ohio, $13; Gary L. Thompson, 30, 354 S, Chambers St., $16, and Vicki L. Dickinson, 10, 075 E. Knox St.; Andrew J. Lundeen, 80.1808 N. Kellogg St.; Deborah Miller, 21, 1087 N. Farnham St., Charles H. Epps, 48, Memphis, Tenn., and Alvah R. Reynolds,' 58, Oneida, each $10. Paying $10 fines for disobeying traffic signals were Kenneth Kennedy, 74, 078 S. Seminary St.; Michael J. Haneghan, 16, of near Galesburg, and Charles S. Gamble; 52, 1336 N. Prairie St. Paying $10 fines for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident were Danny L. Foulk, 27, Laura, and Florence P. Allen, 50, 880 Lancaster St. Robert S. Richards, 33, New* ton Falls, Ohio, paid a $15 fine for failure to do his duty on striking a fixed highway object. Others paying $10 fines were Richard D. Leahy, 20,1782 Newcomer Dr., too fast for conditions; Janice B. Lutrell, 43, 671 Jefferson St., failure to yield the rightof way; John D. Pecsi, 18, 508 S. Farnham St., Violation of classification; Bernard Schlosser, 23, Hoffman Estates, illegal muffler, and Gregory N. Woolsey, 17, 292 S. Farnham St., excessive acceleration. Scott T. Moore, no age or address listed, and Patrick H. McKay, 20, 417 Dudley St., each paid $5 fines for having no lights on their bicycles. Gregory A. Vallero, 246 Circle Dr., paid a $5 fine for having no wheel tax sticker. MONMOUTH - Police here are searching for a young man who allegedly snatched a purse from Margaret Smith, 501 W. Clinton Ave., Wednesday about 6 p.m., while the victim was walking in the 600 block of South First Street. The purse contained $5 and some medication, the victim related. The empty purse was later found along South Main Street minus the contents. A similar incident occurred last Saturday on West Boston Avenue. That purse and most of its contents were later recovered. The victim of the theft lost $25, according to police. About $100 was taken from a glass jar at the Watson Nursing home, 215 S. Second St., late Tuesday or Wednesday, according to the owner of the establishment. Police are investigating. MONMOUTH - Clifford A. Brock, 62, 809 W. Archer Ave., was fined $300 Thursday in Traffic Division of Warren County Circit Court for driving while intoxicated. R. Maloney, 19, Chicago, forfeited a $100 bond when he failed to appear on a charge of driving with a suspended license. Richard L. Dowel!, 30, 217 E. Girard Ave., was fined $15 for a registration violation. Also fined $25 was Cecil D. Schisler, 44, 514 S. C St., for illegal transportation of liquor. Tommy J. Sherlock, 24, North Augusta, S. C, paid $10. for having no valid safety test. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Duane L. Town- stnd, Knoxville, a hoy Thursday at 5:18 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Giddings, of near Monmouth, a boy today 3t 2:36 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lewis, 762 E. North St., a boy today at 6:42 a.m. Bora at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Tim Heimann, 267 s. Academy St., a girl WASHINGTON (UPI) - Ac* oepting a compromise wHh Congress, President Nixon signed into law today a new, four-yew faim hill which he said would encourage full agricultural production and help bring down food prices, The heart of the hill, passed by Congress before it took a rmnthtlong recess, establishes government supported "target prim" aidtfficafitly below average msffcat priees, gxpend prodwHon in a statement, Nixon said: It mesne thit our farmers can expand production during the current period d worldwide food and fiber shortages with out fear of a serious drop In fermi iitoomo," inde«d, this law should help in our battle against inflation •by encouraging fanners to produce at full capacity." He said the cost of the program to taxpayers in the form of government payments to farmers would be reduced and in some cases eliminated becuase strong demand is keeping prices considerably higher than suoport levels, Increase Food Supplies The President acknowledged that the administration hopes to use the bill as part of a campaign to boost food production and increase food supplies. Agriculture Department officials predicted Thursday this year's harvests would reach record levels— 5 per cant above last year's record crop. But they indicated there was little hope of reduced food prices soon. The now crop report lowered forecasts for wheat, corn and soybeans from last month 's but the Agriculture Department said the crop siee could increase if good growing weather holds up. Wheat prjosa already have soared to new levafc, with wheat futures expected to reach IS a bushel. Higher Pood Costs Government economists said consumer* should raaigo ftem- selvep to higher food costs in the fall, parity because of higher raw farm products and increased "middlemen's" charges. Pood supplies wil bt increased, the administration hopes, under eh* now farm law by removing idling mage require merits from prios support legislation. Officials eoti- jnate mif could increase planted land by 10 to 1? million *cres next year. The law creates target price levels in 1974 and 1975 for wheat at $8.08 a bushel, corn at $1.38 a bushel and cotton at 38 cents a pound. Sutxsidy costs are expected to drop sharply next year, and the law reduces from $86,000 to $20,000 the maximum that any individual farmer can receive in sAjprartav Repeals 'Bread Tax' The law also; -Repeals a 75-cent-a bushel "bread tax" for flour millers, which is "aimed Mt keeping high wheat prices from being (^ed through in the cost of bread and baked goods. —Increases minimum dairy supports to 80 per cent of "fair price" parity. — Liberalizes food s*amp benefits for needy families. —Bans Food ifor Peace aid to Norm 1 Vietnam. Fugutive Caught Thursday By Trooper on Vacation (feontinued from page 2) not confirmed by Mercer Mercer County political controversy between then-sheriff Warren Demick and the county board. The squabble resulted in DemJck 's resignation and a new shenilf, Lorenzo Rausch, took over Tuesday. BARGER WAS on the lam 1 for 19 days until last Friday, when a Knox County deputy sheriff made a routine check of a car parked along a rural road near Knoxville. Barger and the owner of the car, Terry Benedict, 18, East Gales(burg, were sleeping inside. They were arrested. Benedict was charged with a probation violation and Barger was returned to Mercer County Saturday rhorning. An escape charge was piled onto the alleged burglary charge. Although be was searched and placed in a rnaxonum security ceU, Banger produced a saw blade when left alone and Wednesday, less than 36 hours after the new sheriff took oyer, he escaped agiain. He reportedly cut two bars off the ceU,-stopped out and made his way to the jail library where he broke a lock and squeezed through another opening. Barger jumped through the unrepaired window he used to break out last month. A SPOKESMAN in the Mercer County aheriTs office said an investigation was under way to determine the origin of the saw blade Barger used Wednesday. According to a state trooper, another man intentionally wrecked a car earlier this week in Aledo so he would be jailed. He reportedly carried in with him a saw blade which Barger used to out the bars, the trooper said. That report was Arrests Paul E, Turaney, 70, 570 N. Broad St., was booked today about 6:20 a.m. by Galesburg police for disorderly conduct following an incident near the corner of Seminary and Tompkins streets. MONMOUTH—Lewis D. Peabody, 58, Galesburg, was released from the Warren County Jail Wednesday alternoon after pasting bond on charges of driving while intoxicated and driving with a revoked license. He was arrested on identical charges by Monmouth authorities shortily alter midjiight Thursday. County authorities. After leaving the lockup, Barger took a pickup from in front of the VFW Club in Aledo. He exchanged it a short time later for a station wagon in which he was pursued by state troopers along a rural highway and through Alexis. Authorities reported Barger was stopped, then nammed the stolen oar into the squad car and escaped into a cornfield. Barger apparently made his way to the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCrery near Alexis and ducked into a shed where the McCrery 's ear was parked. The keys were hi the ignition and McCrery found the car missing Thursday morning. The vehicle was stolen between 5 and 7 a .m. Barger drove the oar until 1:30 p f m. Thursday, when he abandoned it at the entrance to Manson Heights on the Appleton Road, north of the Oak Run development. He made his way to Oak Run on foot. "Rohweder got him," another trooper was saying Thursday afternoon at the Knox County Jail as the exhausted Barger sat in a chair, his hands cuffed behind him. "Rohweder's on vacation, bub he was out there running around with a shotgun," the trooper grinned. "We heard the radio call and Rohweder had him. We all jumped in the cars and took off. Nobody knew where to go," he added. Barger was back in the Henderson County jail Thursday night. "He is not getting out for any reason ... and he is in coveralls. He has no contact with the other prisoners," a radio operator at the sheriff's office said Thursday night Divorceg Grunted MONMOUTH - Mm Carolyn J. Carlson was divorced from Gene E. Carlson Thursday on a counter suit charging mental cruelty. She was awarded custody of the couple's two children. Mausolouma and Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS t$0l W. Mala a flaleiborg, UJ. Paoae 3JM5U

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