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   Albia Monroe County News (Newspaper) - August 5, 1963, Albia, Iowa                        If s News to Us- The Weekly Almanac ALMA Prices quoted are M al M the day of publication. Prices ctancr daily. Where pnecs pud rmrjr MIHIIJ. local produce houtec. bjfhect prices ire qwOed. No. 1. buttwfmt_______58c Ib. No. 2. buttorfai________53e Ib. Sweet, butterfat Ib. Jumbos ___ A Large A'Medium B Large Checks. Dirties doz. Zte doz. 19c doz. 19c doz- 18c doz. A Small_____________10c doz- Aug daughter, weighing 8 Ib. 11 oz.. at Monroe County Hospital, to Mr. and Airs. Em melt Grimes. Aug. daughter, weighing 6 Ib. oz at Monroe Coun- ty Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Shaw. Albia Aug son. weighing 7 Ib in a Key West. Fla hospital, to Lt. and Mrs. Jack Thompson of Key West. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Tom West of Albia Great Grandmothor is Mrs. Charles Thompson. DEATHS- AUCTION Friday, Furniture sale at 400 South A St. 1 pJM-, Victoria Bagiull. owner. BUDGET Wednesday. August of Lovilia. Proposed expenditures of with to be raised by taxes. At p.m. at the Town Hall Friday. August of Al bia. Proposed expenditures of with to be raised by taxes. At 7 p.m.. at the Albia City Hall Monday. August 12 Albia Community School District. Pro- posed expenditures of with to be raised by taxes At 8 p m. in the office of the superintendent, 218 S. Main St. August 12 Monroe County Hospital. Proposed ex- penditures of with 235 to be raised by taxes. At p m at the Monroe County Hospital. Monday. August of isors. Monroe County. Pro- posed expenditures of Sl.060.773. of which will be raised by taxes. Hearing at 10 a m. in Board Room, Court House. Fair Opens In Albia 80. IGth Ave- 2 at Monroe Alfred Sutton. nue West. Aug. County Hospital. Mrs. Ada Peppers. 81. former Avery resident. Aug. 3. in Greeley Colo." Karl A Reinke. 5R. Faribault. Minn father of Mrs. James D. Jenkins of Albia. Aug 2 at his homc. Auj; Rte 5 ilia. Aug Rte 1 1 Suzanne Lundstrom. Albia. Eugene Hittle. Lo- 'Over 60' County Survey Is 85 Per Cent Completed Monroe county's survey on persons in the "Over 60 age- group was 85 per cent completed by Saturday evening, ac- cording to chairmen in the townships and in the Alh'.a wards. Chairmen pointed out that interviwers have attempted to contact every- man and woman in Monroe county in this age bracket, but" may have inadvertently overlooked some indi- viduals. Those who have not been interviewed have been asked by Mrs Robert W Larson, county survey chairman, to fill out and mail the coupon below. Interviewers from the town- ships and wards will be given the coupons and asked to call on the person These interviews are expected to be completed by Satur- day. Aug. 17. MARRIAGE LICENSE! 22. Bur- Let Me Richard Lee Surv is. lington. and Horothy Kim. 17. Rte. 2. Albia. Harold Theodore McKirr 1 Rte. 2. Albia, and n Jan Goemaat, 19. Lovilia. REAL of 28 John E Malone to State Iowa, part of the NW'i. Sec Guilford township C J Rowley and wife to State- of Iowa, part of the VW I-irt of the EW NW'.i, Stc. 3O Troy township Joe-E Hoover to State of Iowa, part of the StS SW-i. Sec. 21, Troy township Michael ,P. Kelleher and wife to State of leva, part of the EV2 NE1! XEU. Sec. 29. Guilford Blow-out Couses Auto Accident A blow-out is blamed for a one car accident five miles south- west of Lovilia on County Koad L Sunday at 10 a.m. The car was driven by Claude Eugene W illiams. 17. of Des Momes. A tire blew out on a curve, causing the car to go into a ditch Williams was not hurt. The car, a 193b Ford, was described as a total loss. May Repeat Federal Aid ication 2 Mrs Gale Laughead. Albia. Leslie Weldon. Uv vilia. Paul R Scott. 832 Third Avc. E.. Albia. Alan Clark. Rte. 1. Albia; Mrs Clarence Stoeker Rte 1, Albia: Mrs Jo- seph Hollmrakc. Rte 1. Albia. Larry Kent Jr Rte 5. Albia: Eva Long. 123'2 Washington Avc E Albia Kenneth R. Lock- er. Bussey. Mrs. Emmett Grimes. Bussey: Randy Pfanr.ebecker. Moravia, Mrs. Dvvight Shaw. 723 N. E St.. Alma: Mrs Edwin Gantz. 5O9 S A St.. Albia. Thom- as Forster. Rte 5. Albia: Mrs. Richard Elswick. Albia. Released Beverly Sciesyinski. SO4 S. Clinton St.. Albia. Suzanne Lund- strom. Albia: Kenneth Harri P.te 1. Busscv. Ronald Breg- ar. Bussey. Reana L. Bilterman. Avery: Sheiry Glasford. Kte. 2. Eugene Hittle. Lorilia: Mrs Clifford Cloyed. Rte 3. Al- bia. Matthew Godby. 421 S. Clin- ton St Albia: Svsan Sebben. 107 Benton Ave. E.. Albia: Jerry Johnson. Lovilia; Mrs John Lhid ester and son. 611 A Ave E.. Gregg D Lucas. Lovilia: Mrs. Joseph Hollmrake. Rte. 1. Lovilia: Mrs. Clarence Stoeker. Rte- 1. Albia: Jack Chidester Jr.. 1103 Fourth Ave. E.. Albia: Paul K Scott, 832 Third Avc E Al bia. MONROE COUNTY SURVEY ON THE NEEDS OF THE AGING Albia, Iowa The undersigned has not been interviewed in county-wide survey. Name Street or Route City..............Township or Ward (Clip this coupcn and mail to 'Over 60" Survey. Box 429. Mrs. Jenkins' Father Dies Karl A. Reinke. 58. of Fari bault. Minn., died suddenly Fri- day evening of a heart attack at his home. He had been a biology teacher at Fairbault High School for the past 35 years Prior to that time he was principal at other Fari- bault schools. He was preceded in death by his wife. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. James Jenkins of Albia and .Mrs. Ra> G. Price of Livemore. Calif and six granddaughters. Funeral services will be Tues- dav at the Congregational church in Faribault- State Taxes Services Worth Appl A second request for federal assistance to exjrtore commercial gypsum possibilities in Appa noose and Monroe counties ma> be made, after the Area Re- development t i o n turned dow n a first request- Trie request for S53 400 for research turned down by the ARA because (1) production of sulphur which would be pro- duced from gvpsum. is now ex cessivc. and (2) the grant would provide employment only for the researchers. W K Krvin of Centerville. co-chairman of the two count} ARA committee, has asked the Iowa Development Commission for advice concerning re submit- ting the request for the grant. Give The Albia Band Mathers Thursday voted to give toward the construction of a new band stand in the Court House Square. The fund n now in excess of according to Henry Kol- ling, president of the Albia Chamber of Commerce. Members of band mother's group told Kolling as they gave the check "We hope that tonight's band concert will be the last from this old band stand and that when con- certs start next season we'll have a new stand.' Monroe county taxpavers had a -profit" of S399.000 in theix dealmgs with the state govern- ment in the 1961 1962 fiscal vear. a report released last week by the Iowa State Tax Commission shows Residents of the county paid S815.931 in state taxes from Julv 1. 1961. through June 30. 1962 The "profit is the excess in the value of services directed to- ward the county over the taxes paid. Services were worth SI. 154.897 Total state tax payments drop- ped S47.00. The total for the 19601961 fiscal %ear was S862.- 847 Taxes related to motor ve hides had the biggest declines. Fuel tax was down from S279.106 to S210.800. Vehicle license fees dropped about S3.5OO. and motor vehicle and trailer use taxes were down about S5.900 The biggest increase was in inheri- tance tax. from S12.681 in 1960- 1961 to S30.968 in 1961-1962 The taxes paid in Monroe coun- ty during the 1961 1962 fiscal year were: Motor vehicle license fees S148 162. Motor vehicle fuel tax 800 Sales tax S172.828. Retail and consumers use tax Motor vehicle and trailers tax SI 4.512 Individual income tax S70.- 576 Corporate income tax S790 Cisaret Insurance premium tax S3I.- 386 Inheritance ta-x State liquor store 935 Barrel tax on Miscellaneous fees, taxes and Services from the state were also down, from to Sl.- 154.897. The difference is counted for by a drop from S8842-T8 to S187212 in expendi- tures m the count} for primary roads Another large drop was in pub- lic welfare benefits, from 077 to Increases include a boost in disbursements for the county's farm to market roads, and an additional paid to cities from the road use tax fund. Aid to schools increased from 406 to The state services received during the fiscal year were: General school aid school 107. School transportation alloca- tions- S19.444. Miscellaneous school 975. Agricultural land tax credits. S41.374 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 benefits. SI69.580 Local welfare administrative Military service las credits paid S6.747. Cities" share of liquor store Total The amount paid the state and received from the state in other counties include. Appanoose. paid re- ceived Davis, paid received Lucas, paid receiv- ed SI. 702.192 Mahaska. paid re- ceived Marion, paid SZ255.732, re- ceived Wapello. paid re- ceived S4.464.327 Wayne, paid receiv- ed 364 July Cooler Than Normal After an exceptionally warm and dry June. Altaians had a more pleasant month during July. Tem- peratures were slightly below normal. and rainfall was above normal- June averaged 3 6 degrees hot ter than the 30-vear average for Albia. and rainfall of 1 21 inches tied the record low foi the month. 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 degrees. while the normal is 88 9 degrees. The average low was 655 de- t grees. with a normal of 65 6 de grres The overall average was 7fi 4 degrees. .9 degrees below the 30-vear average for the month August is normally two de- grees cooler than Julv with an average temperature of 753 cie- greei Cool weather isn t far awav. a drop of anothei eight degrees in September Normal rainfall in August i- 399 slightly higher than the Julv average Temperatures and precipita- tion during July were- July 1 Juh 2 July 3 Julv 4 July 5 Julv 6 Julv 7 July July 9 Julv Julv 10 11 Prec. July 12 Julv 13 Julv 14 July 15 Julv 16 Juh 17 86 64 i 44 July 18 19 20 Julv 21 Julv 22 July 23 24 Ji-.y 25 Julv 26 Ju'.v 27 Julv 28 Ju'.v 29 July 30 Julv 31 Selective Service Awards for Two Two members of the Monroe county selective service hoard arc to receive 15 year .sen ice ct rtificates. Col. Glenn R. Bowles stale director, has announced The local members are J Loqan Cam and C. Albert J.rwis both of Tonight's 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 nights. The winner from the adult tickets will receive thp saddle, and the winner from the children's tick- ets will receive a pony. Tickets from the two nights will be used in the drawing, which will be Wednesday night. Shown with the saddle is Loren Hardmger, chair- man of the Agricultural Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce, which sponsors the Albia Fall Festival. Unemployment Continues Low Monroe ccr.iinv s ii'ii-mplnv ment situation continue'! un- proved through the first hall 'f this furm.'-hed li. the Iowa Kmplov merit Si-niril> Commis.-ion shnv. Average- unernplnv men; mz the first lulf of '.tie --r was 237. complied vnili an ti "f 405 during the of 1962 Durmi; the II! in< ending June 30 nurr.her uneniplovc-ii was while the average 34i: 12 mo'il'i- The unc-injjl'iv UK nl ra'1 this -iuni 44 per June. n was 63 i and in 19fil i; 7 cent Tola! was 4 090 :h- for anv mnr.' informaUon June. 1961 Because -.vi- able ultural June and Juh are peak emplov merit The increa-e :n June over 42-' Average PI- M: the first I 1' were almost identical Th' 1' figure us- 3498 ?nH figure 493 ehanpes th  .1 c.irmval s free program, slart- MI al 7. include.s a tractor pul line contest and j performance the Monroe County Saddle Club, which will also perform at the rodeo both night> The llopco Kodeo w il present a diffeient piugiaiu each night, with new cow s and fresh "lock U'edne.sdav nipht Cowbovs m the mdeo will compete for cash anil for national champion ship pomt> A drawing of tickets turned in both nights will be held and two valu- able door w ill be awarded. 'I In' pei MM; who purchased the winning adult ticket will receive .1 "addle, while the winner from the children s tickets will re- ceiv e a puny The fan- program is Girls 4-H Judging exhibits 1 p m today. Judging contest. 1 p m lodav. Senior dernornrraffons. 9 a.m. Tuesilav Junior demon.slrations. 9 a.m Boys 4-H Judjing horses and ponies, 1 p m ind.iv JuiLine djjiv '2 p m today. Judeint: swine. 9 a in Tuesday. sheep 1 p in Tuesday. beef heifers. 9am. sdav bnbv beef. 10 a.m. sd.iv Shov Mianship contest 4 p.m. Wednesdav .liuLir.-, 830 a in. 'I hursd.iv Fall Festival Entertainment I-ie  of Chcrokii two .-on-. Alfred Sullon Jr o; Waterloo and Flovd Sutton of Chicago and a sister. Mrs Knin.a Turner of California. Three ddii_ i ;hrec brothers and a M-H doa'li The f'n-.i p m todav Church wit of the Kc< Chris officiating View cemel nrecedcd him in was. held at 2 Fir-; Methodist 1 K.'.'ior F rand- Colo v_..n.'7cd Church of I atier Dav Saints r.i.r ai was in Oak 'SPAPERf Purses Robbed As Women Work About Sll was taken from one purse, and some chance and credit cards fiom another Thurs- day niciht while the owners were working The purses belonged to telephone and the robbery happened at the tele- phone   

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