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i 4 ft n ft J Saturdid Laird- (Cflintlflti^l #fwn Page 2) NOTES MARTIN W. JOHNSON KEWANEEMartin W. da? At 12:40 p.m. at Kewanee Public Hospital. He was born Feb. 21, 1888, in Mw Windsor, aiid Sarah Brooks on Feb. 24, lftft, in Rode Island. She died Sq*> 8,1961. He married Mildred Abbott on March 8, 1954> to Cambridge. ) Mr. Johnson was wholesale grocery salesman and was em ployed at the Bmwn * Sc*rt Department Store, wanee. He was a member # Lynch Ke- Zion Lutheran Church, Kend the Kewanee Ma- wanee, softie Lodge. Surviving are his widow; a son, Keith E. of Kewanee; a daughter, Mrs. Delbert (Kathryn) Sturgeon, Kewanee; a sister, Miss Marie Johnson, Galesburg, six grandchildrai and six gpeat-grandchftcb^n. Funeral yM be Monday at 1 :30 p.m. at the Creamer Funeral Home, Kewanee, with Rev. P. Daniel Fant, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church, of- Burial will be at Memory Gardens, ficiating. Evergreen Kewanee. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice, the family said. 1 MRS. CORA E. ALDERMAN KEWANEE — Mrs. Cora E. Alderman, 92, of Galva, died Friday at 8:55 p.m. at Leisure K >Hs Health Center, Kewanee. The former Cora Kronstedt war, bom July 25, 1881, in Knox County, and married Alonzo D. Alderman on Dec 15, 1897, He! died Nov. 7, 1950. Mrs. Alderman owned Hev. .Kenneth Stints, MM * fit First Baptist Church, offldtUng. Burial will be at Galva Cemetery. •• . •.• : r Friends may «all at the chapel Sunday after 7 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund or First Baptist Church, the family said. JOHN D. REZNER MONMOUTH - Funeral for John D. Rezner, 80, of Riverside, Calif., formerly of Kirkwood, who died Wednesday at his home, was Friday at 11 a.m. at Tumbull Funeral Home, with Rev. Gerald Yoitngquist, pastor of First Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were R. E. Taylor, H. R. Hudgens and R. Peterson. < DR. NEAL MeCLANAHAN MONMOUTH—Funeral for Dr. Neal McClanahan, 90, of Akron, Ohio, famed? of Mon^rtouth, who died last Stmtay in Akron, war Friday at 2 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home, with Dr. James Speer and Rev. Everett Grice officiating. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Neal McClanahan, Paul McClanahan, David McClanahan, Steven Smith, William Smith and James Seldon. I Cottage ke$t Ment to protect the lives of. Ameifcsit strvioemen Mtf necwse tns vfliiwuan govern- DOmmf nann ii u nan wen AM* Q T^W** * ^i^Ja ^i.iil^iiii I., * Wl 18* North St. onMnng BH wins on xoveri Kno ^m** ana riwx uotwify* Honorary pa/mvens were wayne wuson, Lunette Qm% Wdttam Day, l^onanl Mtthter, Bud Free* man, Julian McGowan, Max V. Wisgerhof, Ray J. AHer, George Freeman and Ernest Peterson* Graveside rites were conduct* ed by members of Ralph M. Noble American Legion Post 285, of which Mr. Morse was a past commander. MATHEW UNDERWOOD Funeral for Mathew Richard Underwood, 23-month-old Am of ! Laird said he thought the Mr. and Mrs. Hiemas R. Un -i Pentagon had made a "serious mistake*' ih settting up two Vietnam War air providing a creditable *ory for Mrt . Kaihv S Ymmtf replies to press inquiries," the " nattiy & ' cxmg memo said. derwood Jr., 268 Indiana Ave., was conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-Wcst Chapel by Rev. Robert McDonald, pastor of Emmanuel Methodist Church. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roy L. Pont, Russell Skinner, Stanley Mason and Pete Hopping Jr. FLORENCE RICHARDSON Miss Florence E. Richardson, 75, of Lake Rice, died at 12:40 a.m. today at Cottage Hospital. She had been secretary of Galesburg Order Buyers. She Was born at Calmuch, Ohio, March 6, 1MB, and had lived in Galesburg 30 years. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and was past president of Pilots Club. charts on which indicated that no hid been flown over 4 t (Continued Frorh Page 5) RALPH E. WESTERFIELD KNOXVILLE - Funeral forjFrank E. WestenfieOd, 68, of Ohio, and Galest-urg Cottage and RaJph RnoxviMe who was pronounced dead on arrival Wednesday at Hospital, was Friday at 2 pjm. at. Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Ge&tige G. Cox, pastor of Visitation Prestoyteriian Church, Peoria, oBfioiating. Burial was at Knoxville Cem- She is survived by a brother, Richardson of Elyria, two sisters. Mrs. Leonard H. sisters, Woods of Galesburg and Mrs. Hazel McFadden of Dover, Ohio. Funeral will be Monday at 3:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, and burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. The family said memorials may be operated the Crown Cafe Galva ,et ery. PaflSbearers were Jeffrey j made to Sunnyside School. with her husband for 22 years! J"* 8 ^ R j* aM BrownteM, MM VEANEF^RYrROFT * Mike TarocMome,, Ramon K. ™£««J5^„ B y. CIlOFT Howard Fishel and' ROSEVILLE - Mrs. Veanee She was a member of Fi©t . , Churdf, the Royal JJJSJ?*^ Neighbors ^nd^ie Women's Relief Corps. ^ * ~ ~ v Russell Dan Survivling are SsOn,, R of Galvin^sfe;^! WEliam Daily. (Margaret) Peoria, Goggin, seven grandchildren, 19 great- Funeral will be Monday at 1 :30 p.m. at John9oq - Gill- Scftuster MRS. LELA F. DOBSON FORT MADISON-nMrs. Lela F. Dobson, 72, of Camiian, (tied Friday evening at Sacred Heart HoapiM, Fort Madison. The former Lefla> Forshee was Bycroft, 86, of Roseville, died today at 10:25 a.m. at the La- Moine Christian Nursing Home, Roseville. Funeral services are pending at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. * MISS ROSA JOHNSON ALTONA Miss Rdsa John- bom Sept.'28, 1899, at Avon, and maroied Raymond Dobson i soft, 77, Altona, died today at 1 a.m. at the Knox County Nurs- 1972, he *ii supposed to be closely observed. King sakl prucker interceded on Sumner's behalf in a mis* demeanor charge last fall, resulting in the charges being dropped. King also said Drucker betrayed his confidence by discussing tile merits of a case with ex-convicts. King would not give details of the case. Sumner was earlier Charged this week with the murders of Come Marie Burchie, 20, Morrison vi He; Dawn Marie Huwe, 18, East Peoria; and Rae Ann Schneider, 20, North Park. All three were students at Illinois State University. Sumner was held without bond in the Cook County Jail where he was taken Thursday for security reasons. One Dozen Eggs May Hit $1.40 By End of Year SAN ANTONIO, Tex, (UPI) The president of the Texas Egg Council says eggs will cost between $1.30 and $1.40 a dozen He 1456 Brown Ave. Donald G. Pedcn, Alpha Mrs. Shirley L. Lannholm, 1211 Day St. Carl W. Tackman, 457 Second St. . DISMISSALS FRIDAY t &'<'Douglas, Ml Johnston St. > Mm; Velvet J. Brunko*, Henderson Dtftft E. Vem, Knoxvilto Mi» Terry J. Fosburg, 12SS N. Brotd St. L. Jtctnaline Bivens, Avon Roy E. Sfaavr Jr., St. Augustine Mrs. Veryle M Humphrey, Orion Mrs. Ora B- Bell, Laura Mrs. Ruby M. Frye, Alexis Jeffry L. Crimes, AbingdDn St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY: Thomas S. Conover, 860 N. Academy St. Joe R. Coe, Galesburg Route 3, Mrs. Mary 6 v Harig, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Satty R. Lozier, Galesburg Route 4 Floyd L. Mahaffey, North Henderson Mrs. Dayzie R. Olson, Alexis Douglas E. Purl, Abingdon Mrs. Agnes L. Rigdon, Rio Ernest O. Stickle, Oneida Brent Wiley, Alexis DISMISSALS FRIDAY: Miss Linda K. Beserra, 859 E. Losey St. Terry R. DeJaynes, Abingdon Wayne G. Findahl, 187 Highland Ave. Michael L. Wheeler, Wataga Mrs. Ethe\ M. Newberg, 1188 W. Main St. Traffic Court Jerry J. Cypert, 17, 47? N. Academy St., and Everett A. Barsema, 16, 1282 Bridge Ave., each paid $100 fines Friday in Knox County Traffic Court on charges of driving 70.2 miles an hour in a 35-mile-per-hour zone. The charge against them was reduced from drag racing to speeding. David L. Keeler, 26, Alpha, paid $20 for having no valid drivers license. Paying speeding fines were Leroy M. Fancher, 48, Champaign. $16: Judith A. Pratt, 27, of near Galesburg, $18, and Larry D, Wimcr, 32, Morton. Robin Lee Shelton, 19. and Steven E. Thorpe, 19, both of Portland, Ore., paid $10 fines for disobeying a controlled access highway. Jessie W. Johnson, 18, London Mills, and William P. O'Malley, 18,1399 Mulberry St., each paid $10 fines for disobeying a traffic signal. Others paying $10 fines were Henry G. Larson, 76, Attona, failure to yield the right of way; Johnny W. Moore, 20, Galva, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Howard D. Natl, 42, North Henderson, improper backing; John M. Henry, 21, Victoria, excessive noise; Larry D. Huffman, 26, Victoria, no valid drivers license; Curtis E. Gaddy, 21, 115 Blaine Ave., violation of classification; Kent L. Kelly, 20, Altona, violation of restriction; Weslev D. Mahnc- smith, 35, Dahinda, improoer lane usat;e; Raymond L. Holman, • 20, Altona, excessive noise; Donald S. Parton. 24, Knoxville, failure to require motorcycle passenger to have special equipment; Frederick C. Stancomb, 28, 859 Liberty St., excessive noise; Edward Draper, 44, McHenry, allowing an unauthorized person to drive; Michael A. Hendricks, 17, 871 E. South St., no protective eve- glasses while riding a motorcycle; James A. Meyer, 22, 1247 N. West St., no front brake on motorcycle, and Walter C. Swanson, 49, 565 E. Third St., speed restriction. 1 I ergency Phone Numbers Galesburg Police -.342-0101 Fire .'....i.117 Knox County Sheriff 343-3121 State Police. Rock Island 788-9501 Peoria 676-2116 Macomb 833-2141 FBI 786-2663 Tornado Alert—Call Police Medical Emergency, Poison Control: Cottage 343-4121 St. Mary's 343-3161 FISH 343-7807 Hotline 58 ...: 343-5858 Salvation Army 343-6924 Alcoholics Anonymous 342-2179 Humane Officer 343-2504 Traffic Accidents Arrests PuHey Jan M. Cox, 2Y, Abingdon, was treated at St. Mary's Hospital and released after the car he was driving was involved in an accident with one driven by Karen A. Steele, 'II, 86 N. Farnham St., at the intersection of ill. 41 and Lacon Street Friday at 1'M a.m. Karen Steele was cited for failure to yield the right of way when turning left. A car driven by foda M. Rayford, 39, 944 S. Henderson St., struck a metal fence owned by Rowe Manufacturing Co, when it failed to complete a turn as she was backing from her driveway today at 2:05 a.m. No tickets were issued. Cars driven by Warren D. Livingston, 27, 1648 Bateman St., and John W. Anderson, 27, Williamsfield, collided at the intersection of Seminary and Fremont streets Friday at 10:56 a.m. Anderson was issued a ticket for not being In the required position and failing to use the proper method in making a turn at an intersection. The intersection of Henderson tiS^i cf" ^SLili Grove streets was the scene Um * KirAl 3' ' ™t ***** Z of an accident Friday at 9:26 aggravated battery, resisting a m Cars invoIved were Mvm atrest and driving with a b Wanda j Davis 17 suspended license Friday at and Connje j Spinks 16 739 s 11:32 p.m. According to police, West st No tlckets were issued Pulley's car was parked in the N 0 tickets were issued after middle of the Street in the. 100 „ car drive n by Carole J. Rea- block of East South Street when gor , 16,1578 E. Main St., caused It was noticed by ft Galesburg minor damage to a parked car patrolman. When the car re- owned by Jack Larson, 1155 E. Fines of $10 1* CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville • Avoi London Mills on Dec. 24, 1921, in Galesburg. He died in 1937. J4 1 tin ing Home, Knoxville. She was born April 11, 1396, at Altona, and was a member of Altona Immanuel Lutheran Mfs.;„Dorothy V. Wiskirchen, 994 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Veanee Bycroft Age 86 Roseville, III. Arrangements Pending CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Surviving are four sons, Harof Westminster, Colo., Robert of Pontiac, Midi., and Ivan Dale and Ridhard, bath of Bur-! Cttu * ch - lington; three daughters, Mrs. Iva Howell, Burlington, and Mrs. Ltoyd Huss and Mrs. Ruth Radesitcfck, both cf Caiman; a sister, Mrs. Alma Danner, Ab-,. kgrton, 21 /^j Wren and 251 There will'be no visitation, gre-at^gmndchildtren. i . Funeral will be Mc^day at 2 FRED COLE p.m. at Fiedler Funwal Home, Strongburst, with .Rev, Marvin Snap?, pastor of Caiman Unit- led Methodist Funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Altona Immanuel Lutheran Church, with Rev. Milton Ertglehardt, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Altona Ceme* try the end of the year, blamed the price increases on ^tSSb said Friday the g^*- Brigbt^Knoxville of eggs will probably ^ **iy A. Yung, «r,n «iu ti n T,^ n i, ^jj, , North Henderson reach *1 a dozen for all grades ^ Sh Osborne within th?ne »t couple of weeks ,Mrs * bharon ° sDorne » and from (that time the cost for mained in that position, the patrolman made a routine check and called for Pulley's drivers license, which showed it was under suspension. When the patrolman fcM Pulley lie coitW not continue to drive, Pulley repeatedly struck the patrolman about the head and had to be handcuffed to be transported to headquarters. Lewis Poabody, 58, Monmouth, was arrested by Galesburg police near tlie intersection of Broad and Tompkins streets Friday at 11:43 a.m. and charged with disorderly conduct — public intoxication. A 1 simitar charge was filed against James John Daugherty, 44, 275 S. Cherry St., after he was arrested in the 100 block of East Simmons Street today At 1:29 a.m. price 1126 S. Chambers St. 12 eggs will probably never dip below t£ie dollar mark. Jacob said the mass slaugh- Miss Lori A. Kilpatrick. Lake Storey Trailer Court Miss Ava L. Pulliam, Abingdon ter of chicks and the destruc-' James ° R Blackburn| tion of hundreds of thousands of 5gl g chambers St eggs by pcultrymsn caught in a, K ' H R • Ca , meron price squeeze last month set |willis A | exa I lder Sr the Texas egg and chicken MONMOUTH were levied Thursday iq Traffic Division of Warren County Circuit Court against J Ronald M. Dafe H Hardin ^ 51> m s Barry, 28, 716 W. Fouth Ave., Seminary st was oharged wittl no yahd whee^ tax sticker; _ public m Carol N. Kiker, 17, Cameron, toxication - after he was ar- Knox St., in the South Kellogg Street municipal parking lot Friday at 6:56 p.m. ' Earl R. Coupland Sr., 58, Altona, was cited for making an improper right turn after his car, struck one driven by Mildred I. Hall, 67, 1456 N. Broad St., at the intersection of Cherry and Main streets Friday at 3:18 p.m. Peggy L. Langford, Abingdon, was treated at St. Mary's Hospital and released after a motorcycle accident near Hcrmon today at 1:36 a.m. According to Knox County sheriff's deputies, who investigated the accident, Peggy Langford attempted to turn the motorcycle around when it got into gravel and tipped over an her foot and leg. No tickets were issued. MONMOUTH police dents Illinois state two iiWAstigaited two aeci- Thu nsday i n Warren County. The first involved cars driv- irft T sflfrivine K i ?fn' fche i"****"i of |en by Albert A. Martens, 54, 22, 908 S. D St., driving ^ Seminary Meets Sat- excessive noise. urday at 1:29 a.m. KNOXVILLE Fred Cole, nrs r Funeral Home Ghwoh, aflfiri- at : ng. Burial wi'i be at Carman Cemetery. Friends may .call Sunday 89, of Knoxville, died Friday at 9:40 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg. He was born Feb. 29, 1884, in Yorkshire County, England, and married < Zella Ste^all on Oct. He industries back about one year. He said the slaughter was necessary because off skyrocket- of feed combined Ing with (the price 494 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Audrey I. Shaw, 74 S. West St. HENDERSON COUNTY- MONMOUTH Ernest : J. Copper, 45, Onuawka h . ffI d ^ was fined $300 this week in J r Traffic Division of Circuit Court arrested David L. Morrison, 28, 1045 E. . _ . . .,Euclid Ave., Friday at 1:30 a.m. in Oquawka for driving while ;for drivj intoxicated. A $50 fine was paid by David H. Perdue. 19, Roseville, for from 7-8 p.m. at the funsral21, 1929, in Galesburg. heme. moved to the United States in Abingd Illinois Divorces Granted Three divorces have been Perdue. driving too fast for conditions. Augustin Cisneros, 20, Dallas City, was fined $25 for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Speeding fines of $15 were HOWARD O. MORSE Harry Booton GilBon Services: SUNDAY LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Funeral for Howard O. Morse, 6.', of 173 Hawkinson Ave., who died Thursday, was conducted Warren counties for over years. He was a World I vet- L , ..A i J , * i eran and was a member of the t 1:30 pm. today at Hinchhff-|Monmouth Masonic Lodge, the Friends may neral Home Burial Abingd u evening Cemetery. Pear son-West Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church. Burial ViJIf. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Fred Cole 205 South Broad, Knoxville Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - MONDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call Sunday evening at the funeral home. Interment Knoxville Ceme- Knox County Farm Bureau, the Cameron IOOF Lodge, the American Legion and the was at Knox- ! Church of England. _ ... Surviving are his widow; a Pallbearers were Don Brad- son, Frederick L. of Maquon; ley, Larry Dalton, Burl Fey, four daughters, Mrs. Charles Ernest Repp, Ralph B. Johnson (Mary) Rynearson, Edwards, Mrs. Marilyn S. Riley, Galva prices ceilings on chickens and eggs. He said the exporting of grain led to the price increases in granted in Knox County Circuit beef poultry and eggs .Court on grounds of mentalIpaid by Floyd O. BiUingsley, 48, "Until the embargo 'is p 4 t on ^uelty. Oquawka, and Raymond W ; * ^ ' KotZ| 59| fiarrington. Illegal transportation of liquor resulted in $15 fines for Eloise S. Foster, 50, Galesburg, and William T. Adams, 43, Galesburg. Others Circuit Court r Paul E. Turaney, no age or address listed, paid a $25 fine Friday in Knox County Circuit Court on a charge of disorderly Onion, and Barbara L. Hedges, 22, Toulon. Barf>ara Hedges was ticketed for improfper lane Warren Coun- usa ge after her car struck " Martetis' wh'fle he was ailitemipt- ing to make a left turn off of U.S. 34 into a private drive. The accident occurred at 5:45 p.m. less than a half-mile west of the Knox-Warren county line. There were no injuries. The second mishap was a 1- car accident at 10:15 p.m. about Vk miles south of tfhe junction of Ml. 164 and Ml. 135. Police DaS W.*d, 17. Ml Bate- SJ "SXi. Jeanette V. Dexter was grant- JS! «V° K T % v° Unty grain exports, we will U12. He tarmed in Knox and\ mniime to ^ prices,";^ a divorce from Duane E. Jacob said. Suit Is Filed Against Union CHICAGO (UPI) - Defter. They were married at Macomb on March 15, 1971. They adopted one child, custody of whom was given to the fined $15 were Raymond E. Link, 17, Oquawka, failing to mother. Child support of $25 a. , . _ week was ordered by the court. lre P ort an accident; Charl.es E. McGuire, 18, Nashville, Tenn., Deoatrment of Justice fiy2t ! ^^ He ^ ? a ddv^ioola^ Depaiment of Justice fM.nut ^^wrce from Stephen Helms on Pam % w Tylerj 29j Galesburg, !24, Burlington; Gyle Friday against the Sheet Metal ' a Workers Local 73, charging the | Galesburg Sept. union with racial discrimina- HinchlifF* -bearssun tion. counterclaim. Married ait the man St., paid a $25 fine for curfew violation. Frederick C. Stancomb, 28, 859 Liberty St., paid a $15 fine on a disorderly conduct charge. HENDERSON COUNTY- • Three persons paid $10 fines this week in Circuit Court for conservation 1 a w violations. Fined for having no boat registration were David F. Johnson* Gilbert no valid drivers license; Danny Miller, Tbe government charged that to the mother, and child sup- the union's 4,800 members in-;port of $40 a week was ordered, eluded only 40 black and Spanish surnamed persons. i u A . 2iAA im> ^iDean White, 18, Burlington, no'George couple had two children. Cus- ! ' & 1 ° tody of the children was given I FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1071' M.fMONT ST ft fe IT *HGNfc34JVlUl GALIUM Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Vera L. Grimes was granted a divorce from Clifford E. Glimes. They were married at valid registration; Richard Pa- latta, 37, Leesburg, Fla., no reciprocity or prorate plates, and Bunnie K. Bradford, 26, Monmouth, operating a motor vehicle with no red tap, light. tor 51, W. Biggsville. tery, 17, Kirkwotod, was ticketed for driving too fast for conditions after her car went off, a blacktop road and slid into an embankment. Cars driven by Lori J. Hale, 16, LittJe York, and Veronica Martinez, 18, 1121 S. Ninth St., collided at the Public Square in Monmouth Thursday at 9:17 .p.m. ND tickets were issued. Ronald E. Bigger, 39, Gladstone, was charged Thursday at 11:03 a.m. for faiilure to yield while turning left. Bigger's car collided with one driven by T<?rry D. Schroth, 19, Morrison, at the intersection of Main A Stark County .street m i we^t Second Avenue. Burlington, Von Behren, and 28, TOULON Circuit Court jury Thursday returned a verdict in favor of Arthur W. Endress and set Fined A suit has been filed in Knox MRS. ALICE M. NEILL 1885 Indiana Dr. Services speeding were'damages at $6,360. Suits I lied St. Louis, Mo., July 7, 1945, and James C. Brinton, 20, Mon-; Endress had brought suit p , n . had four children. Custody of m0 uth, $12; Joseph H. Creigh-against Edna Rashid, Theodore J -« u 'wy Circuit Court by Brock Richard G. the minor children was given to ton , 19, Monmouth, $13; Dennis Rashid, James Rashid and Alja ; v ' WaKerlr . aga i^ ^hatd D. Young, 1456 Brown Ave., a boy 'he mother, and child support L . p ac heco, 26, Galesburg, $16; Rashid, seeking tie remainder/™ 1 " askmg , 550 * 000 images. 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson -West Chapel. Friends ntfy'call "Sunday evening at the chapel. Burial at Wert Point Cemetery, West Point, 111. with graveside services at 2:30 P t M. Memorials may be made to the Firrt United Methodist Church. Johnson Schuster Chapel Galva ~ WUUamsfleld Mr*. Cera E. Alderman Services: 1:30 P.M. - MONDAY At the CHAPEL. Friends may call Sunday evenirig alter 7. Burial Galva Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church or the Heart Fund. MR. SAMUEL I. GROSS WH Springer Rd. Services U:30 A.M. Monday at HtocWWPeawon-Wett Chapel. There will be no visitation, Burial at Brookside Cemetery. Memorials mty 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 l;» P .M. Monday at HinchUff-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 Childrens' Fund. MISS FLORENCE E. RICHARDSON - Lake Rice. Services 3:30 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Sunnyside School. Burial at Memorial Park. Friday at 9:17 p.m. Born at St Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lozier, of near Galesburg, a boy Friday at 2:15 p.m. and Mrs. Harold (Jean) Gum* merson, Mrs. Gene (Grace) Courtright and Mrs. Virgil <Ruby) Melton, all of Galesburg; a brother, Frank of Louth, England; two sisters, Mrs. Mollie Smithson, Grimsby, England, of $25 a week per child was ordered. MONMOUTH Joan Marie Sage has been granted a divorce in Warren County Circuit Court from Charles M. Sage on grounds of mental cruelty. She was granted custody of a child and support. Janice Ann Fry was divorced from Gerald Eugene Fry on grounds of mental cruelty, and she received custody of a child and Mrs. Grace Baxter, Peter-j^ was granted child support, borough, England, 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 2! HENDERSON COUNTY- Algie Peterson was divorced _ 4 *, 4 . ^ i T T .this week in Circuit Court from p.m. at Martin Funeral^Home, Sharon Pe terson. Custody of the PX V11 ^^^ «we children was Parke, pastor of Knoxville aw a r <j ec Christian Church, officiating.! /.jlowa, paid |10 for a parking Gloria Ann Lock was granted ...^A-.Ji * e Sherry I. Butler, 31, Stronghurst, $12, and Katherine L. Clifte, 30, Burlington, $20. Fined $10 for speeding were Robert S. Makiney, 23, Monmouth; Clarence W. Hubb, 35, Davenport, and Jacob J. Weingart, 45, Burlington. Gregory R. Scanlan, 21, LaHarpe, paid $10 for illegal transportation of liquor. Driving too fast for conditions resulted in $10 fines for Donald M, Lenix, 26, Dallas City; William E, Doran, 18, Carman, ami Howard Shaw, 39, Dallas City. Fined $10 for passing violations were John R. Howard, 35, West Chicago; Darreli L. Wat- 20, Lomax, and Michael of a fee for remodeling a build-j' 1 * nsults stales * at ? a *er ing in Toulon. Charles M. WH-!*f M * 2^^£ r f A <^ J 1 "* son was the presiding judge in' 1 * mier struck a the case, which began with jury selection last Monday and concluded when the jury brought in its verdict Thursday at 10:40 p.m. Marriage License KNOX burg fire truck near the intersection of Faraham and Main streets July 18 at 2:31 a.m. The suit alleges tiiat Miller drove at a dangerous and reck- loss speed, had been drinking and was intoxicated at the time of the accident and was not in control of the car when he failed COUNTY - Afrs. Josephine O. (Pickrel) Hower»,to yi*W the right of way to the ter, Knoxville, and Wiley C.jtoe truck. Reed, Williamsfield. Mrs. Bonnita K. (Burnett) Braksick, Creve Coeur, and Otto F. Steidel, Peoria. son, Fire Call* An overheated motor on a car owned by Harold Sayrs, 110 N. Henderson St., resulted in Burial will be officiating, at Knoxville awarded to the mother. Cemetery. a divorce from William Alan Visitation will be Sunday eve-;Lock. Custody of the couple's ning at the funeral home. 'chil(d was granted to the mother. WARREN COUNTY — Robert i an alarm for Galesburg fire- F Wallenda'r '23, Peoria" Don- Todd Limil W» Springfield, and ;men Friday at 10:30 a.m. There aid W. Sandifer, 20, Blakesburg, MAR S A J °y ce Stanse «' Mon-,was no fire. 6 iU 1 A fire in a tree took firemen to the Americana Nursing Cen- mouth. violation. READ THE WANT ADS! opossum, 12 days. The shortest gestating period|ter, 280 E. Losey St., Friday at by a mammal is the Virginia 3:04 p.m. No fire loss was listed on fire department records. \ \

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