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Monroe County News, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1968, Albia, Iowa t rj nv It's News to Us The Weekly Almanac WEATHER By George Seibert Official Weather Observer Date High Low June 48 500 June 57 None June 65 66 June 75 800 July 1 59 Donald J Bingaman 22 vilia and Rebecca J Worrall 20 Carl A 65 Osceola and Fern A Wiant 65 Osceola Admissions June 27 John A Peterson 1814 Washington Ave E Donald J Kraber 304 S Main St Dave Kipfer Albia Arthur McSparen N Main St June Chidester 715 N A St Mrs Dale Fry Rte 3 Clyde L Wallace Rte 1 Warren See Rte Mrs Robert Whipple Rte Hamilton James C Reed Lovilia June Chapman 309 N D St Emelie Myres 222 ond Ave W Eva Glenn Brees Nursing Home Discharges Mary Koffman Albia LaFavre Russell Clifton man Albia Mrs Ronald Mincar and daughter Albia Leo tery Albia Harold Steele bia Mrs Frank Kristof Albia Gerald Billings Albia Ella Warr Albia Mrs Bob Castings Albia William Kerr Albia Dewey gin Albia Verla McDonald tic Mrs Louis Martino and son Ottumwa Mrs Jack Tuttle vilia Mrs Guy McCombs ren Mich Teresa Pellegrino bia Maude McLaughlin Albia Anna Derry Albia Genevieve McFatridge Albia Mrs Kenneth Albia Clyde Wallace Albia Richard and Lucinda Albia John Lawless Melrose Betty Albia Mrs Richard Chance Lovilia Donald Kraber Albia AUCTION The following South Iowa tion Report is prepared by Wayne S Frank market reporter for the Iowa State Department of culture It covers the sale last Saturday at the Albia Sales Co Inc 1267 Moderately tive generally good demand Compared to the previous day slaughter cows 50 cents er teeder steers generally dy instances 25 cents lower feeder heifers steady steer and calves generally steady Bulk of supply Choice lew Prime feeder cattle and calves slaughter cows stock cows SLAUGHTER Utility and Commercial 90 lew Cutter FEEDER Few packages mixed Choice and Prime Ibs few 770950 Ibs Choice Ibs package 519 Ibs thin fleshed Ibs mixed Good and Choice Choice Ibs mixed Good and Choice few loads mixed Choice and Prime Ibs STEER Choice 470 Ibs package 345 Ibs few IDs mixed Good and Choice Ibs HEIFER Few Choice Ibs age near 340 Ibs few ed Good and Choice STOCK Per pair and Bangs tested package Choice year old cows with calves at side 335 Moderately active generally good demand All weights on offer generally steady Bulk of supply Ibs feeder pigs FEEDER Per head U.S Ibs Ibs lot near 75 Ibs per weight lot 135 Ibs BROOD Lot gilts Not enough for a true market test SLAUGHTER L o t Choice near 90 Ibs FEEDER Few lots 70 80 Ibs 90 REPLACEMENT Lot 4 year old ewes Choice per head REAL Ben W and Anna to Richard and Betty Van Loon SEV4 section 11 township 73 range 16 west part section 12 township 73 range 16 west part section 13 township 73 range 16 west Donald I and Betty E Mitton to Otto John and Thelma Gail Strain lot 13 Addition to the City of Albia Harold E and Edythe Monk to Sylvia Roberts parts of lots 2 and 3 block 4 Rice's Addition to the Town of Lovilia BUILDING NO Bonker 403 Washington Ave E rage No 83 Rino Delia Vedova 403 N 10th St garage No Implement Co Highway 34 implement sales and service building No Chidester 1103 Fourth Ave E additional room on home June son James ing 7 Ib 7 oz at Mahaska ty Hospital to Mr and Mrs Harold Hastings of vilia Grandparents are Mr and Mrs of Lovilia and Mrs Mary McGinn Benton Ave E BUDGET July 8 Albia Community School District budget hearing at 8 p.m in administration ing 120 Benton Ave E July 8 Blakesburg ty School District budget hearing at p.m at Blakesburg mentary School AUCTION July Chapel Church building and contents p.m 4 miles north on highway 137 PUBLIC July County tension Council p.m at the Monroe County Extension Office June 26 E Lalk 80 former resident at Ottumwa pital June 27 Mrs William T Mary Rose Locke 77 Albia at Monroe County Hospital June M 76 DCS Moines former resident in DCS Moines June M Wilson 88 bia at Monroe County Hospital JUSTICE Justice F C Cameron June 8 Beverly Ann Chariton speeding information filed by the Iowa Highway Patrol fined and costs June 11 William II information filed by IHP over- load on license fined and costs overload on combination of vehicles fined and costs overload on combination of axles fined and costs June 12 Robert D Chance Albia less driving information filed by the Albia Police Department fined and costs Roy Rogers Moravia operating motor vehicle on lic highway with overload on license information filed by IHP fined and costs June 13 Kenneth Pearce Albia no Iowa Drivers License IHP fined and costs Eugene Albia speeding IHP fined and costs Earl Henry Searcy operating vehicle with no valid plates IHP fined and costs June 14 Marianne violation of restricted drivers license IHP fined and costs Laurence Amoss Albia expired chauffeurs license IHP fined and costs June 15 Peel assault and tery information filed by Peel sentenced to three on 2 July Fourth Celebration Thursday at Albia Airport Albia Monroe County will celebrate July Fourth at the bia Municipal Airport with a full program of events starting at 2 p.m and continuing until after dark The program is being ed by Hosco Aviation by the Monroe County and by L M Aircraft Inc and by 40 bia business and professional men The program will get under way at 2 o'clock with parachute jumps The jumps will be re- at 4 p.m and 7 p.m Clown acts will be featured at 3 o'clock and again at 9 p.m Air acrobatics will hold the stage at 5 p.m and at fi p.m there'll be airplane racing The Albia Municipal Band be presented in concert at 8 p.m and this will he followed by the fireworks display at the airport Rides of 15 to 20 minutes tion will be sold during the day and free rides will also each hour n ro e R Morrissey Dies Sunday Robert M Morrissey 76 DCS Moines a former resident of dia died at his home there day Mr Morrissey had worked as a passenger conductor for the C B Q Railroad prior to his ment The moved to Des Moines six years ago to make their home there The son of William and ora Burns Morrissey he was born Feb 18 1892 in Albia He is survived by his wife the former Draper a son seph of Des Moines a daughter Mrs Jerome McDermott of cago one grandchild two ers William of Des Moines and Walter of Rochelle III and a ter Mrs Hagenstad of Rochelle HI He was preceded in death by two sisters Mrs ica Burke and Mrs Catherine Dearinger Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 at St Mary's Church in Albia with burial lowing in St Mary's Cemetery In charge will be the Rev Francis E Martin of Albia and the Rev Samuel Palmer of Des Moines The rosary will be recited this evening at 8 o'clock at the eston Funeral Home Mrs William Locke Dies Here June 27 William Thurman Mary Locke 77 of Albia died at Monroe County pital here She was born Dec 24 1890 in Indiana the of Henry ami She was married Jan 11 to William Jhurman ol At- began housekeeping at Lovilia and in the area and in Marion County retired and moved to in Airs Locke attended schools in the Hied hue a ber 01 Hie Surviving are tour moult 01 Lovilia ol Mrs bereg ot In and s chapman ol m- eyo caul aim sons ter ot 01 cy and ol nock Also surviving are 21 dren and Jb great She was in death by her who died in oy a and tour ana two sisters services were held at the Lovina Methodist Church with tne Kcv Wesley Lowry Burial was in Lovina Cemetery Rites Saturday For Chris Lalk Funeral services were held in Saturday for Chris E Lalk a former Albia resident who died at Ottumwa Hospital He was a retired carpenter He was born at Mo Feb 23 1888 the son of and Mary Lalk and had lived in Albia prior to moving to Ottumwa a year ago Survivors include his wife the former Nora Pohlmann two sons Clifford ol Ottumwa and Wilford of Huntington Beach nine grandchildren three great grand- children three brothers Oscar of Herman Mo and August and Ben of St Louis and a er George Lalk of Houston Tex He was preceded in death by a son Dewcy a daughter Gladys and by three brothers and three sisters Baseballs and soft drinks were taken in a break-in Thursday night at the refreshment stand at the Little League Park Print Early The Albia will be printed Wednesday this week because of the Fourth of July holiday The newspaper will be dis- by carrier boy in bia Lovilia and Hiteman on Wednesday afternoon will receive their papers et the time Advertising and lines have boon advanced e day to meet the early printing deadline Talk Tourism A picnic supper at the overlook at Rathbun Reservoir Thursday night pre- ceded the Rathbun Tourism Preview the same evening at the dam site C L Vince Caudle director of the Tourism Division of the Iowa Development Com- was one of the speakers ing the Operation Face Lift in the Al bia business Ivan McCullough of Russell is chairman of the Rathbun Regional Planning Commission Over 260 People Attend Rathbun Tourism Preview Over 260 people from n county Lucas Monroe and Wayne attended the Rathbun Tourism Preview Thursday evening at the site C L Caudle director of the Tourism Division of the Iowa Development Commission cited Albia's project Operation Face Lift as the kind of that is needed in ment of southern Iowa According to Caudle plans call for giving Albia a page in a ism booklet published by his de- He commented that three years ago Albia couldn't have even been put in a tourism publication He said that in a year or Albia will be one of the prettiest cities in the state He emphasized that the towns must have something to show people and commended Albia on its renovation of its store fronts He further suggested in level ot that a Chum her of Commerce that would en- the area be established He pointed out that new ways to finance development in his area must be found He said in the area cannot ex- or even hope that the cral and state governments do the job He emphasized local money for local develop Ivan McCullough president of the Regional said that the plan ning HI lo guide further through using long-range compie plans With this he said the tan look forward to growth and in properly values taxable valuation plus the new money brought into the The commission has en I Associates to liii thcr water and sewage needed in the rural areas Robert Tinsley chief of Hie recreational section of the group that the total project is 70 elude development of the Corps of Engineers the per cent complete 1 his would in use areas as well as the dam ii self The dam is 77 per cent complete to Glen Davis resident engineer said the project i to be completed m summer ol 1971 provided is good weather and appropriations are received He reiterated the fid that over one million visitors aie peeled lo visit the He cited with this influx of torn that the boating mu industries as well the food lodging and gasoline would a vast in- crease in business Plans call for two 011.1 on the lake These awarded through competitive Ho said that over 000 will he spent on roads boat ramps and internal roads to lic use areas Contracts for development of roads and bont ramps aie uled to lie awarded in August while interior road contracts will be awarded in June of 1969 He estimated the dollar value accruing lo I he area because of tourism to be approximately 000.000 to Tinsley said that 75 per of the agricultural leases will be 10 the site This would include surrounding lands used in the direct development nl the Two of the four bridges that will cross the lake under con struction il the present time The conservation pool of the Rathbun dam will cover 11.000 acres and will have over 200 miles nf shoreline I he full pool is to be 22 feet above the con pool and will occupy over docks will be allowed on the to Tins ley I here will be an fee foi docks are 200 feel Over 200 square feel cents pei square will be Me said thai will also be allowed on the lake will not be of a permanent 1 Ii Howe of I be 011 Company showed of tourism across United He said Inat tourism has just re- placed wheat in dollar value in Id Tourism was bv th Regional Planning m cooperation with the Cl of Intension Service Development and the A rim Corps of NEWTON Funeral services were held Thursday in Newton for Set Ronald 24 who was killed i n Vietnam Inn 14 He was vilh the Infantry Regiment 1st Division at Lai Khe include his wife Carolyn his parents Mr and Mrs Vermm Wcai mouth of nor and sisters Me WHS the lav of Mr and Carl residents Two from Albio At NEA Meeting Mrs R C Vitser and daughter Carolyn Vister will attend the National Education tion which opens today in Dallas Tex and continues through this week They left Albia Friday for Dallas They are among 250 Iowa cators who will campaigning for George D Fischer DCS Moines industrial arts teacher who is a candidate for the top elective of- in the of president They will also be campaigning for two other Kuth Foster DCS Moines teacher who seeking re-elec- tion secretary of the NEA Av of Classroom Teachers and Rocor student at and a candidate for Stu- dent NICA office Wilson to New Wisconsin Post John A Wilson has been manager of the Moravia Karri Service Co since Mwy today began his new duties as general of the Irani County Cooperative at Wls Wilson working for Moravia Farm Service Co in as petroleum salesman Wilson family which in- cludes his wife Anabelle Ni and will move to ter as soon as housing can be ob- NFO of the National Farmers will be held Tuesday eve at o'clock at Kendall Place CENTER Mrs Hint 204 S St has been named director of of Senior Center which will open in the former Cafe at 15 N Clinton St next week Close Thursday business will Thursday Independence legal holiday out the United States There will be no mail eries though the Post Office lobby will be open the usual holiday hours from I to 5 p.m All banks government of- Candidates With the filing far state of flees completed by the June 30 deadline legislative candidates in County will have no competition in the primary Candidates for the Third Senatorial District comprised of Appanoose Lucas and roe Counties will be Donald S McGill Melrose Democrat in- cumbent and Delmont Moffitt Mystic Republican Candidates for the Monroe District for State will be J E King Albia Republican incumbent and Tom Dougherty Albia Democrat The primary election will be Tuesday Sept 3 and the eral election Tuesday Nov 5 Albia Jobs Up by 140 May In Washington On Gypsum Loan Four lowans were in ton Wednesday in behalf of a loan application being made to the Economic Development Ad- ministration for a loan on the development of the gypsum de- posit near Albia Representing the interest of the community were J Cain executive secretary of the Albia Chamber of James D Johnson Monroe ty extension John L Johnson director of development for the Iowa Development Com- mission David Swanson di- rector of area development for IOWH Southern Utilities Co Cain MI id that the group met with representatives of the EPA hut that no decision has as on the loan tion Employment in Albia took a decided jump during the month of May with the number ed increasing by 140 in the month and the number of unemployed decreasing despite an increase in the job force In the Albia area a total of 990 persons were in the civilian work force in May an increase of 130 from April and an increase of 10 compared with the same month the previous year An number of these found employment during the month as jobs jumped to 2.870 This compares with in ril 2.510 in March and 1.460 in May of last year The big jump over April was provided by an increase of 130 in agricultural labor This figure jumped iron 790 in April to a big 920 in May Manufacturing also continued its regular monthly employment climb the number of workers increased by 20 to a new total of in May This compares with 200 in May of 1967 and is up by a total of 70 workers from the March figure of this year The non-manufacturing total showed a decrease of 10 but er employment showed n net increase of 10 jobs On a percentage basis in the area in May was 4.1 per cent a higher figure than the 3.4 per cent in May 1967 be- of the larger of persons in the work force However on a percentage ba- sis the figure compares with 7.2 pur cent unemployment in March of this year Linda Ammons on Expedition Into Israel Linda daughter of Mr Mrs Lloyd A inons Hie 2 left last week -in expedition Israel She will return Aug 18 Dr John Worrell professor of Old Testament brew and archaeology ul University nt Enid the leader nl the group ol five lips students and ing the dip Four semester hours ol college credit are being by the students in conjunction the Hebrew College 1 biblical and archaeological school ir the largest city in during most of the period Under the reign of hiring the of mon it given to Solomon liy Egyptian pharoahs I h i s summer's expedition marks Die such trip sored by Phillips Hie program is through 1973 MINOR Minor resulted in a collision at p.m on South Clinton Street when a vehicle driven by L Hie I stiuck the rear end of a vehicle driven by Nick Ave E Career Murray Named Acting Postmaster at Albia C J Murray who has been charge of the Albia Post Office following the of Judson M Postmaster on April 12 was day named acting postmaster Murray was installed Friday by Inspector D II Miller of DCS Moines The appointment will remain in effect until a new postmaster is named Murray is a post office employe joined the mail service in December HKW as ti temporary employe He named a substitute in May and clerk and then assistant postmaster in April 1901 Wilson 88 Dies Sunday will be closed Albert Marion Wilson Wl S Second Si former Albia nessman and stale legislator died Sunday at Monroe County tal where he had been a patient for the past two weeks Mr was born Nov in Mahaska the son of William and Sarah WiKon He was employed as a rural carrier in and was a real estate agent there before moving to Albia in 1912 He the estate iness here the K C Sloan and Co From 1931 to he was he Monroe County Recorder He wss elected to the state leg in 1943 served in the 501 h Assembly He from his real business here in 1958 Mr Wilson was married in De- cember 1904 to Anna K Kinraid She died in 1945 To this marriage was born a ter now Mrs Howard Marion Kanics -.1 In he man ted who vives Also are a step- daughter Mrs of California great a brother of Foil gan a sister Mrs Frank Barnes of Lovilia and several and nephews Mr was a ber of Masonic Lodge of vilin a car member of the Woodman's Lodge of Lovilia and was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge and of United Methodist m Albia Funeral services will he held Wednesday at 2 p.m at Methodist with the Rev Waterman al ins will be in Oak View Cemetery with Masonic Rites by the Lovilia Lodge The body is at Downs Funeral Home
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