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Albia Monroe County News (Newspaper) - July 8, 1963, Albia, Iowa It's News to Us- The Weekly Almanac WEATHKft Rf (By George Seibert Official Weather Observer) Jmly July Julv July July Jul> 6 July July a naiite of Albia. July 5 at the AdmHustnUMi ifat- pual in Knoxtille JUSTICE ALBU Prices quoted are as of 10 on the day of publication. Prices change daily Where prices paid lary among local produce houses, highest prices are quoted. No. 1. 5te Ib No 2, _ 53e Ib Sweet, 60c Ib doz. A 23c doz A 19c doz. B doz. A 16c doz. Checks. doz. Julv daughter, weighing 5 Ibs 12 oz., to Mr and Mrs Ed N 10th St., Albia July daughter, weighing 8 Ibs to Mr and Mrs Thomas Starns, 309 N Ninth St, Albia- Garv, Allen, 15, Albia. enroute to a Des Moines hospital Mrs Robert Stuchel, 61. Rte 4 Albia Jul> 4 at Monroe Countv Hospital Mrs E t (Marjone Jane) Thompson, 95, mother of Mrs William Adcock of Albia, July 4 at Davenport John A. Bellman 75 a former Melrose resident, Julv 6 at his home in Faulkton S D Tonv Angaran, 78 Kincaid 111 formerly of Monroe countv Julj 5 at Kincaid Wesle> C Barnhill, 67, Ottum 250 Persons To Older People A total of 2343 persons 60 vears of age and over are expect ed to be interviewed m the studv on the Needs of Older People be- ing conducted in Monroe countv this fall Interviews will be made m the two-week period starting Mon dav Julv 22 and concluding Sat urdav, August 3 Members of the Monroe countv committee are this week arrant ing for 250 interviewers who will do the actual survev work The interviews planned so each person will do 10 Based on 1960 census figures the group estimates that the fol lowing number of interviews will be made in each township Bluff Creek _ 99 Cedar 57 Franklin 58 Guilford 94 Jackson 108 Mantua 106 Monroe 73 Pleasant 73 Trov 1344 Lmon _ 238 Lrbana 46 ne 47 The figure for Trov township includes 1204 persons 60 and over who live in the citv of Al bia The Lmon township figure also includes Lovilia the Jack son figure includes Melrose and the Mantua figure incudes Av er> Four training sessions are planned beginning Mondav Julv 15 One each will he held in Lo- viha and Melrose and two in Al bia Interviewers will be given the.r choice and may attend anv one of the training sessions Two meetings arc planned this v eek for persons interested in the survev Tuesdav at 2 o clock at the Iowa Southern Ltilities Co office Miss Pearl Jones director of Old Age Assistance is chairman of a meeting to which all operators of custodial homes in Monroe cuun tv have been invited The Rev John Patterson pas- tor of First Christian Church is chairman of another to be held Tuesdav evening at 3 o clock in the Service Center of that church Pastors of 32 churches serving Monroe Coun t> residents have been invited to attend this meeting The survev being made in Mon roe countv is believed to be the most complete ever undertaken bv any Iowa commumtv Informa tion on individual answers given to the survev questions will be completely confidential commit- tee members have repeated and will be used onlv m compiling the information and statistics on the needs of older people m Mon roe county SPAPFRI J July 4 William Eari Hartman, Cres- ton. operating a motor vehicle hile intoxicated, information filed b> Albia Police Officer Ronald Mock and Iowa Highway Patrolman Lowell Harris, bound over to grand jur> and released on bond of Jwly Carl Sheldon Clouse Rte 3 Albia, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated information fil ed by Iowa Hifihuav Patrol, re- leased on bond pending preliminary hearing on Julv 10 Larrv Ronald King Albia reckless driving, information fil ed bv Assistant Police Chief John Douglas, fined and costs Raymond Frank Miller Albia reckless driving information fil ed Assistant Police Chief John Douglas trial set for Julv 15 and released on bond. July 7 Charles Everett Robinson Al bia disturbing the peace bv cessive noise with tires mforma tion filed bv Albia Police Offi cer Clarence Summers fined and costs REAL M Adeen Pabst et_ al to John F Hess and wife part of Lot 15. NE14, Sec 21 Trov township Helen C Gordon et al to Charles Scott and w ife, part of the SW4 except coal and mineral rights under part, Sec .22, Bluff Creek township, and part of the NEV4 except coal and mineral rights under part Sec 27, Bluff Creek town ship Ralph E Walker and wife to Robert L. Kaldenberg and wife part of Lots 7 8 9 10 11 and 12. T. S Remy's Addition to Albia Algia E. Derbv and wife to Les ter F Wallace and wife. Lot 8, SE Sec 10 Union town Katherine M Falvey T) Falvej et al undivided one- third interest in the NAV-4 Sec 29, Wavne township subject to public highwavs and except school house grounds MARRIAGE LICENSE Walter Abrahamson 19 658 N A St and Evelyn Smith, 18, Knoxv ille Larrv Lester Lancial 20 718 Third E and Carolyn June Mefford 18 Busscv BUDGET Tuesdav Julv 23 Budget hear ing for town of Melrose at 8 p m at the Melrose Commumtv Hall Proposed expenditures of with S4100 to be raised bv taxa tion Jul> Ed Duca 4OO N 10th St_ Albia Mike Mas.ck 316 North Mam St Albia Mrb Od die Esshom Lovilia Julv Dennis Belzer 109 B Ave E Albia Mrs Thomas Starns 309 N Ninth St Albia Mrs Llovd Price Bussev George Havelock Rte 5, Albert Eakins 610 B Ave Albia Mrs Rov Cooper 21 N Eighth St Albia Julv 6 Armenia Zotz, 13O4 t Ave E Albia, Albert Murfm 310 Ave W Albia Mrs Rot> ert Barnes Lovilia Mrs Man in Franzen Lov ilia Julv 7 Cornelias Dvkstra 522 Benton Ave E Ailbia Peggv Gruber Blakesburg Jav V ernon 315 S fifth St. Albia Released Mrs Ravmond Bonebnght 1209 r Ave L Albia Warren See 611 C Ave W Albia Ruthann Bav Rle 4 Albia Stokes 14 llth Ave W Mamie Bebout Lovilia Fern Cal len 204 S Clinton St Albia Alfred Murfm transferred to Iowa Cit> Albert Eakms 610 B Ave E Albia Mrs Raleigh Frv Rte 1 Albia Dennis Belzer 109 B Ave E Albia Mrs Francis Cole and daughter 321 N Ninth St Albia Georgetown Mem To Seek License Members of the Monroe conn tv board of supervisors said to day Clifford Hanrahan of George town plans to apply for a licen.se to aell liquor bv the dnn'i at Georgetown No applications for licenses have been received here under the new law which became effcc tivr Help in Capture after Gunfight spotted south of gouxs toward Indian on 69 bv the War ren rounit depulv -sheriff Me ra dioed to Indianola police chased the car exchanging The car was next north of Lucas on Highwat 65 bv Shei iff Uavnr Summon chafed the car to C hariton vi lure Deputv Sheriff ernoii waiting White emp 1 1 i-d his revolver into the ear were firvd back A few Ulei the wav patrol wa> (old a 19ti3 Ma had been Molen at point from Alvm 1 of I rbandale who had bet n lanipi'v al K.xl Maw State Park of harilon Albia Officers Help in Capture Jerry Parsons, shown here, is one of four Kansas City area people captured northwest of Melrose Sunday morning and charged with armed robbery with ag- gravation. Albia Assistant Police Chief John Douglas and Iowa Highway Patrol- man Lowell Harris helped m the capture, while other Albia officers manned two road blocks on Highway 34 west of Albia. Albia law officers plated an mi portant part in a chase through three southern Iowa counties ear h Sundav which ended in the capture of four Kansas Citv area persons who are now in the Polk countv jail charged with with aggravation Eight Albians had set up road blocks on Highwav 34 west of bia Two of them Iowa Patrolman Lowell Hams and bia Assistant Police Chief Joh Douglas along with Highwav PJ trolman F Pickert of Centi r ville arrived just after the car earn m_: the four crashed in I i cas eountv and participated in their capture Those arrested are Jern Pai sons 27 Kansas Mo his vvife Lovce 32 Henrv Hartman 26 and Mrs FlorentL Slezak 32 both of Kansas Kan llu fdin houi anil fi hi s[ ii u alxnit 4 2T a in Sun ci ntn i o annul men ap projihid Itohiil livers ovvmr of the Hins Moiel in Osceola I lu ili uandid mom v Bveis vviit into Ins offiiL and slammed the (inoi sh >t was find ihiou li iIK doni which passed OVl I 1111- lit id c i p'lfiid II L huhvjv pa Irol o n in tin. cai Patrolman John Mejpx had been eaM of I harilon on 34 NjK.i-.d tho car and chxsed it Just of the Monroe loun tv line the -nation wagon svvirv id out of control and went into a ditih The flid from thi car an n f it Id while Meaps traded more with them Oni of the women rectivtd a wound in the hiad apparentlv from a -hot pellil b peo- ple in Monroe countv The> are printed in such a way that thc> can be clipped out of the paper and saved Albia 52531 Lovilia 50150 Melrose 52MB Covnties B n e D 7232 02001 n2400 50208 TOOK) VI300 51 100 51501 63100 6060fJ 55100 64100 10000 Suit Is Filed After Crash An 000 suit was filed in district court here baturdav as a result of a highwav accident Nov 9 Plaintiffs are Clell lewis and his son Robert Lewis The defen dent is Samuel Long Robert Lewis seeks plus interest and costs for injur les he received in the accident His father seeks SIOOUO plus interest and costs for medical expenses mjurv to his son anel damage to the car The plaintiffs also filed a de mand for a jun tr al for the plaintiffs are Jones and Johnson of CM tumwa New Low First Applied Here The implied consent i sion of the new liquor control act apparentlv was used for the first lime in Iowa in A'bia at 1 a m ThurMiav an hour and TO minutes after it became cffcc live illiam fc.arl Hartman was ar rested bv Albia Police Officer Ronald Mock and Iowa Highwav Patrolman J_jowell Hams of Albia He was charged with op eratinj; a motor vehicle while in toxicated Lnder the new law Hartman could submit to a blood test or other tvpe of lest to determine the alcoholic content of his bodv or have his drivers license sus- pended He agreed to a test Hartman was released on bond of A second charge of operating a motor vehicle was filed here Saturdav against Carl Sheldon Clouse Rle 3 Albia Clouse al legedlv was driving a car which struck two cars in the north part of Alhia He was re leased on bond of pending a preliminary hearing dav Dr- Allen Mrs. Robert Stuchel, 61, Dies Thursday r b' rt r Juhd) Stuchel f li id miles northeast c i I] dud Thursdav evening r n i f ountv Hospital after j i niied S i Oct 26 1901 nc M< hose the daughter of I, i i I il a Heagncv M I a r son ir i ri arc her husband rs Mis Man Smith i bid
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