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The Monroe County News (Newspaper) - August 5, 1963, Albia, Iowa If s News to The Weekly Almanac ALMA Prices quoted are M al M the day of Prices Where pud local produce prices ire No. 1. No. 2. butterfat Jumbos A Large B Large Dirties doz. doz. 19c doz. 19c 18c doz. A Aug weighing 8 11 at Monroe County to Mr. and Em melt Aug. weighing 6 oz at Monroe ty to Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Albia Aug weighing 7 Ib in a Key Fla to Lt. and Mrs. Jack Thompson of Key Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Tom West of Albia Great is Mrs. Charles AUCTION Furniture sale at 400 South A St. 1 Victoria BUDGET August of Proposed expenditures of with to be raised by At p.m. at the Town Hall August of Al Proposed expenditures of with to be raised by At 7 at the Albia City Hall August 12 Albia Community School posed expenditures of with to be raised by taxes At 8 p m. in the office of the 218 S. Main St. August 12 Monroe County Proposed ex- of with 235 to be raised by At p m at the Monroe County August of Monroe posed expenditures of of which will be raised by Hearing at 10 a m. in Board Court Fair Opens In Albia 80. 2 at Monroe Alfred nue Aug. County Mrs. Ada 81. former Avery Aug. 3. in Greeley Karl A 5R. Minn father of Mrs. James D. Jenkins of Aug 2 at his Rte 5 Aug Rte 1 1 Suzanne Eugene 60' County Survey Is 85 Per Cent Completed Monroe county's survey on persons in the 60 group was 85 per cent completed by Saturday cording to chairmen in the townships and in the Chairmen pointed out that have attempted to contact man and woman in Monroe county in this age may have inadvertently overlooked some Those who have not been interviewed have been asked by Mrs Robert W county survey to fill out and mail the coupon Interviewers from the ships and wards will be given the coupons and asked to call on the person These interviews are expected to be completed by Aug. 17. MARRIAGE 22. Let Me Richard Lee Surv is. and 17. Rte. 2. Harold Theodore 1 Rte. 2. and n Jan 19. REAL of 28 John E Malone to State part of the Sec Guilford township C J Rowley and wife to of part of the VW of the EW 3O Troy township Hoover to State of part of the StS Sec. 21, Troy township Michael Kelleher and wife to State of part of the Sec. 29. Guilford Couses Auto Accident A is blamed for a one car accident five miles west of Lovilia on County Koad L Sunday at 10 a.m. The car was driven by Claude Eugene W 17. of Des A tire blew out on a causing the car to go into a ditch Williams was not The a 193b was described as a total May Repeat Federal Aid 2 Mrs Gale Leslie Uv Paul R 832 Third Alan Rte. 1. Mrs Clarence Stoeker Rte 1, Mrs seph Rte 1. Larry Kent Jr Rte 5. Eva Long. 123'2 Washington Avc E Albia Kenneth R. Mrs. Emmett Randy Mrs. 723 N. E Mrs Edwin 5O9 S A as Rte 5. Mrs. Richard Released Beverly S. Clinton Suzanne Kenneth Harri 1. Ronald Reana L. Sheiry 2. Eugene Mrs Clifford Rte 3. Matthew 421 S. ton St 107 Benton Ave. Jerry Mrs John ester and 611 A Ave Gregg D Mrs. Joseph Rte. 1. Mrs. Clarence 1. Jack Chidester 1103 Fourth Ave. Paul K 832 Third Avc E Al MONROE COUNTY SURVEY ON THE NEEDS OF THE AGING Iowa The undersigned has not been interviewed in county-wide Name Street or Route or Ward this and mail to 60" Box 429. Mrs. Father Dies Karl A. 58. of Fari died suddenly day evening of a heart attack at his He had been a biology teacher at Fairbault High School for the past 35 years Prior to that time he was principal at other bault He was preceded in death by his Surviving are two Mrs. James Jenkins of Albia and G. Price of Calif and six Funeral services will be dav at the Congregational church in State Taxes Services Worth Appl A second request for federal assistance to commercial gypsum possibilities in Appa noose and Monroe counties be after the Area Re- development t i o n turned dow n a first Trie request for 400 for research turned down by the ARA because production of sulphur which would be from is now ex and the grant would provide employment only for the W K Krvin of of the two ARA has asked the Iowa Development Commission for advice concerning re ting the request for the Give The Albia Band Mathers Thursday voted to give toward the construction of a new band stand in the Court House The fund n now in excess of according to Henry president of the Albia Chamber of Members of band mother's group told Kolling as they gave the check hope that band concert will be the last from this old band stand and that when con- certs start next season we'll have a new Monroe county had a of in theix with the state ment in the 1961 1962 fiscal a report released last week by the Iowa State Tax Commission shows Residents of the county paid in state taxes from 1. 1961. through June 30. 1962 The is the excess in the value of services directed ward the county over the taxes Services were worth 154.897 Total state tax payments ped The total for the 19601961 fiscal was 847 Taxes related to motor ve hides had the biggest Fuel tax was down from to Vehicle license fees dropped about and motor vehicle and trailer use taxes were down about The biggest increase was in tance from in 1960- 1961 to in 1961-1962 The taxes paid in Monroe ty during the 1961 1962 fiscal year Motor vehicle license fees 162. Motor vehicle fuel tax 800 Sales tax Retail and consumers use tax Motor vehicle and trailers tax SI 4.512 Individual income tax 576 Corporate income tax Insurance premium tax 386 Inheritance State liquor store 935 Barrel tax on Miscellaneous taxes and Services from the state were also from to 154.897. The difference is counted for by a drop from to in tures m the for primary roads Another large drop was in lic welfare from 077 to Increases include a boost in disbursements for the county's farm to market and an additional paid to cities from the road use tax Aid to schools increased from 406 to The state services received during the fiscal year General school aid school 107. School transportation Miscellaneous school 975. Agricultural land tax Secondary roads from road use tax Cities share of road use tax fund Expenditures in the county for primary Disbursements for the county farm to market County fair Homestead Public welfare Local welfare administrative Military service las credits paid share of liquor store Total The amount paid the state and received from the state in other counties paid re- paid received paid ed 702.192 paid re- paid re- paid re- paid ed 364 July Cooler Than Normal After an exceptionally warm and dry had a more pleasant month during were slightly below and rainfall was above June averaged 3 6 degrees hot ter than the 30-vear average for and rainfall of 1 21 inches tied the record low foi the July's rainfall of 4 68 inches was higher than the normal of 3 64. and relieved the threat of serious drought The average high temperature during July was 87 2 while the normal is 88 9 The average low was 655 de- t with a normal of 65 6 de grres The overall average was 7fi 4 degrees below the 30-vear average for the month August is normally two de- grees cooler than with an average temperature of 753 Cool weather isn t far a drop of eight degrees in September Normal rainfall in August i- 399 slightly higher than the average Temperatures and tion during July were- July 1 Juh 2 July 3 4 July 5 6 7 July July 9 10 11 July 12 13 14 July 15 16 Juh 17 86 64 i 44 July 18 19 20 21 22 July 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 July 30 31 Selective Service Awards for Two Two members of the Monroe county selective service hoard arc to receive 15 year ice ct Col. Glenn R. Bowles stale has announced The local members are J Cam and C. Albert both of Program Is Free Door Prize at Rodeo This saddle is one of two valuable door prizes being given away in a drawing of tickets used at the rodeo here Tuesday and Wednesday The winner from the adult tickets will receive thp and the winner from the children's ets will receive a Tickets from the two nights will be used in the which will be Wednesday Shown with the saddle is Loren man of the Agricultural Bureau of the Chamber of which sponsors the Albia Fall Unemployment Continues Low Monroe s ment situation un- proved through the first hall this the Iowa merit mz the first lulf of was 237. complied an ti 405 during the of 1962 the ending June 30 was while the average 34i: 12 The UK nl this 44 per n was 63 i and in 19fil i; 7 cent was 4 090 for anv 1961 Because able June and Juh are peak merit The June over 42-' Average PI- the first I 1' were almost identical 1' figure 3498 figure 493 jobs at f. no first f. half of M- I. manufacturing cent increased 27 2. in mining and dropped 30 per cent 3 finance surance and real estate was off M per 4 Agricultural was down 24 per cent figures for the county for the three the av ei agos foi halves of 1962 and Public Utilities Work lime June 291 160 1 160 and Retail i 360 June 37o June 33K 332 1 i Av g Insurance Real Estate Per Cent 40 40 June 30 June 40 30 Total 1 10 110 e 2 102 iua 34o Wage J f J 38fj Workers J 380 2 380 370 J n n P 1 and Non v i Wage and Salary Avg June J 40 June 50 June 42 A 1 48 and ed unpaid in i Ji 460 June 643 2 663 Avg. 643 Mining and 2.040 2.000 2.050 AVR 1.56O 1.522 Monroe 4-11 Kair I an Festival opened .il north of Albia night a raising anu vesper service 11 con- bv a 4H sale 4 H e until the fair will include free domain I. rodeo and nights of 4M and other 4 II and entertainment s free MI al 7. a tractor pul line contest and j performance the Monroe County Saddle which will also perform at the rodeo both The w il present a each with new cow s and fresh m the will compete for cash anil for national champion ship A drawing of tickets turned in both nights will be held and two able door w ill be pei who purchased the winning adult ticket will receive while the winner from the children s tickets will re- e a puny The program is Girls 4-H Judging exhibits 1 p m Judging 1 p m Senior 9 a.m. Junior 9 Boys 4-H horses and 1 p m JuiLine p m 9 a in sheep 1 p in beef 9am. 10 a.m. Shov contest 4 p.m. 830 a in. Fall Festival Entertainment program at 7. Koded and day at 8 Open Classes Judging flowers at 2 p m dav Judging all other open classes at p in Other Events Koui livestock sale at 7.30 m T dance at 830 p Alfred 80, Dies Alfred 80. of 16th Avenue died Friday even inu at Monroe County Hospital after having a stroke Tuesday He was in Ontario Can ada May 31 1883. and w a long time resident of Monroe He was a retired coal miner He man led Eliza Anderson Oct 6. Footer Surv iv are his four Elmer Hill of Morrison and Mrs Harlev of of two Alfred Sullon Jr Waterloo and Sutton of Chicago and a Mrs Turner of Three i brothers and a The p m todav Church wit of the Chris officiating View cemel him in held at 2 Methodist 1 F Colo Church of I Dav Saints ai was in Oak Purses Robbed As Women Work About Sll was taken from one and some chance and credit cards fiom another day while the owners were working The purses belonged to telephone and the robbery happened at the tele- phone
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