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Albia Monroe County News {Newspaper} - 1970-09-28,Albia, Iowa A a a a to Monroe county a vol. Xxv no. 39 Albia Lowa 8 pages monday sept. 28, 1970 Chicago youths arrested Here in drug sales 901.4 feet two Chicago youths were arrested in Albia about 2 30 . Sunday and charged with the illegal Poi session and Sale of narcotics. Charged were Thomas Pedziwiatr 18, of Chicago and Gregory Gnia Dek 18, also of Chicago. The arrests were made on Benton Avenue East shortly after the Sale of drugs to local informants. The Purchase was made with marked Hills according to sheriff Dennis m. Carr. Assisting Carr in the arrest were Albia officers John Kelly Clarence Summers. Larry Merrill and Larry Caldwell As Well As Hugh Mceroy narcotics officer on the Ottumwa police department the two Chicago youths were arraigned before Justice of the peace Clair a Bates and a preliminary hearing has been set for 9 am. Wednesday Bond was set at $10,000 for each of the youths and they mrs. Jones funeral today funeral services were held today for mrs. Josiah Jonea 86, of Moravia who died Friday at the Monroe county hos Petal Here. Mrs. Jones was born in Kansas Jan. 17, 1884, the daughter of Oscar and Josephine Miller Van Dorin. She was preceded in death by her Lueband two Sisters and a brother. Surviving Are tvo daughters mrs. Bayard Neff of Rockford 111., and mrs. Kenneth free of Moravia a son Dorin of Centerville a step daughter i s. Ervin Sincox of Ottumwa four Sisters mrs. Russell Hindman Rte. 3, and mra Charles Bettis 512 Benton ave. E. Mrs. Anna lock Man of Moravia and Luis. Floyd Mcfall of Centerville and two Brothers a h. Van Dorin 615 Washington ave e. And Fred of Moravia. Funeral services were held today at the Salem United methodist Church in Moravia with t in Rev. L. B. Deedrick officiating and with burial in the Moravia cemetery. Turner funeral Home had charge of arrangements. Mentor Post for miss Bay miss Susan Bay of Albia has been appointed As a student Mentor for the fall semester at Northeast Missouri state College in Kirksville according to Henry m. Boucher Dean of student affairs. Student mentors help with the registration of freshmen students with the scheduling of classes and also run errands for the fre Lunan Counselor. Pleads guilty Richard Elswick o f Albia entered a plea of guilty to a charge of resisting arrest and a wag fined $100 in Monroe county District court Friday. Are being held in Monroe county jail. Carr described the drugs As hashish a highly concentrated form of marijuana. Carr filed in Monroe county District court today papers seeking to have the car driven by the youths forfeited to he stale of Iowa under Law making provision for such if the car is used in the illegal transportation of drugs tie an est of tie two Chicago youths makes the time a drug arrest in Monroe county in the past two months. Pets Waitr is known to local police officers As lie was one of two youths arrested in connection with the their of guns from the Albia gambles store m 1968 and he served six a months in Monroe county jail at that time on a Lai Ceny charge. Judge burial at Georgetown funeral services were in Ottumwa today for Edward a. Judge 56, of Kansas City Kan., who died at Kansas University medical Center thursday after a Long illness. Burial was in St. Patrick a cemetery at Georgetown. He was bom dec. 29, 1913 in Melroi in the son of Mike and Annie Scieszinski judge. He lived in Ottumwa 14 years before moving to Kansas City in 1954. He was married in Ottumwa sept. 2, 1944 to Elsie Wood who survives. Also sur iving arc a step son James Whitten of Kansas City Kan. Four step or children his ,.mrs. Annie Bogaerts of , mrs. Mary Lahart of Albia mrs. Ann fee Han of Ottumwa i s. Agnes Carr of Oskaloosa and mrs. Margaret Carlo of Kansas City my and three Brothers Walter judge of Albia Frank judge of Burlington and Mike judge of Ottumwa two Bratli ers preceded him in death. Meet Friday in Osceola representatives from 12 South Central Iowa comity chapters of the american cancer society a expected in Osceola Friday oct. 9, for a one Day o tentation conference. R. D. Brown of Osceola chairman of the Clarke county chapter announced that the meeting will Start with registration at 930 . At St. Bernard a Catholic Church. The purpose of the meeting will be three fold orientation review of the programs of research Duea Tion and service and planning for the 1970-71 activities at the county organization level. Counties included will be App noose Clarke Decatur Lucas Madison North and South Marion Monroe Ringgold Union Warren and Wayne. Rathbun Lake at 11 . Today measured 901.4 feet just 2.6 feet below the conservation Pool level according to a report Fay Robert Hiatt resident manager for the corps of engineers. At this Point the Lake covers just Over 10,000 acres compared to the 11,000 acres it will cover when the conservation Pool level is reached. Hiatt said that the Lai let has received most of the Runoff from recent Rains. The Lake level has raised less than one tenth of an Inch in the fast two Days and can he expected to remain at about the current level for the present. Brunk to Isu Industry Post 4-h educational demo Day oct 3 four Monroe county 4-h members will be among the 65 from Lowa and Missouri who will to participating in the Kniz tvo 4-h educational demonstration Day in Bloomfield Jiel saturday. During the Day present n total of 48 educational demonstrations which will be evaluated by the judges. The awards wiil be presented to the contestant at the conclusion of each session Ricky Wilson and Mike Townsend of Binkenburg will present n titled a prevention and treatment for electrical Sheila Jacobs of Albia will Quot where did it go Quot and Loni Weir of Al Bia a demonstration entitled Quot Judson s 411 Mcm bars participating in event incl ulc members who were not eligible to Par to Cipple at the state fair. All of the demonstrations were chosen at county demonstration Days held earlier this year with the 4-h ers Over 15 years of age eligible to Advance to state fair Competition. The criteria for judging the demonstrations to be give on at Bloomfield arc the same is those used at the state fair 4-h a members May choose any topic they desire As Long a it is related to their 4-h experiences. This event is being sponsored by the Biz tvo stations who will provide the awards and a lunch for the 4-h members presenting onsite tons this is one of the few 4-h events where members from two states will to in Competition on an area big ils. The event will provide in Opportunity for 4-h and loaders to Exchange ideas and gel acquainted with each other As Well As compare 4-h programs Philip m. Brunk 38, will become director of economic development for Iowa Southern utilities company on oct. 5, according to an am ounce ment today by the company. Since july 1s67, Brunk has been employed by development comm Sedon most recently Asae i it ant director of development he is a graduate of Iowa state University in in Dustin Ial engineering and has a masters degree in business administration from the University of Iowa. As director of economic development for Iowa Southern Brunk Vail be responsible for directing the company a programs designed to stimulate econ hic growt i throughout the area served by the company. This includes Indus trial As Well As other economic development. For a number of years Brunk was engaged in the insurance business in Ottumwa. He Subi sequently moved to Florida where he continued his association in the insurance business As Well As becoming affiliated with Marine resource Pian at Miami Lake members of the Monroe county soil conservation District Board at their regular meeting thursday evening approved a request for a resource inventory and plan for tie Miami Lake watershed. The request was received from the Iowa state conservation commission. Local pcs personnel will Start working on the inventory and plan this fall. The local group also approved a cooperative agreement with St. Patrick a cemetery for 15 acres in Lackson township and Basic conservation plans for David Roberts 320 acres pleasant township. Ronald Reed 306 acres pleasant township and William Welsh 150 acres. Cedar township. 69 taxes Are Board meets a f i j Monroe county As due wednesday Sessor will be appointed by the Monroe county conference Board at its meeting at tie court Louse tonight at 7 30 . Members of the examining Board referred the names of William j. Mcgee mrs. Emily Thompson and Kenneth Bettis to the conference Board. They were the three individuals passing the slate examination. Sales. Brunk later returned to Iowa where he completed his m.b.a., upon graduation became employed by the Iowa development and mrs. Brunk have two children Alan age 15 and Jane age 14. Mrs. Brunk is a native of Ottumwa. In his work As a member of the Iowa development commission staff a Wmk has been working closely Over the past three years with officers of the Albia Industrial development corp. In their Industry contacts and in his capacity is a frequent visitor in Albia. Mrs Sto Nenmei Dies sunday mrs. Willuam Rose Stom Mel 72, 27 l2th ave. W., died sunday afternoon at University Hospital in Iowa City after a Brief illness. She was a retired employee of the United Telephone co of Iowa. Mrs. Stommel was born sept. 21, 1098 in Princeton mo., the daughter of Francis and Minnie Mcclain Eastlick. She was married Aisig. 6, 19-24 to William Stommel. He died in 1969. She was a member of the first Christian Church Rebekah Lodge and of the vow auxiliary. Surviving Are this be Brothers Sam Eastlick of Albia and Gene and Randall both of Waterloo and five Sisters mrs. Theodore Alice Valentine of Albia mrs Jess Etta Morris mrs. Robert Ellen Kingsley and mrs. Russell Leona Richmond All of Waterloo and mrs. Robert Lois Wesson of Villa Park 111. Funeral services for mrs. Lommel will be wednesday at 2 . At the first Christian Church with the Rev. A Miller Hurst officiating. Burial will be in Oak View cemetery. Geyer Lewis funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. O Brien Heads county ass Philip Job Brien Kate. 1, is the third member of the Melrose was saturday re elect three Man county committee Edas chairman of the Monroe in the election saturday county agricultural stabilize morning at the american be Tion and conservation service Gion Home 36 delegates were committee in Monroe county present three from Euch of a Post he had held for the past the townships. As the coun 20 years. Of Brien is starting to convention Gardner was re his 28th year in ass work. Named to the county commit Walter Gardner who Start tee for a three year termed 18 years ago in township Lloyd Ammons was named ass work was elected vice first alternate and Dewayne chairman a Job he had held Johnson was elected second for the past 16 years. Wayne alternate. Clark now entering his 14th year on the ass Abrehamson 710 veterans funeral today living Here military rites were held Here. This afternoon for pfc. Gary l. An estimated 374,000 vet Abrahamzon 18, an Albiana Erans Are living in Iowa the tic who was killed in action. A a to rans administration re in Vietnam sept. 20 ported this week with 27.3 Mil the body was brought from Uon former servicemen now Oakland Calif where is m Civ Ian life nationally. Brother spec. 4 David Abra world War h veterans make Hamson of it. Monmouth up the largest group in the n. J., met the body escorting state with an estimated 186, it to Center Point where serv 000 followed by 77,000 korean ices were conducted. The body conflict veterans. Estimates arrived in Albia this morning indicate 12,000 of the Lauer and was taken to the first also served in world War e. Christian Church. World War i veterans living funeral services were Conia Lowa total 29,000 and 61 of ducted there at 2 . This the Hulion s 5,lu0 spams am afternoon and burial followed Erica War veterans live in in Oak View cemetery. An the state. Honor guard from it leaven the breakdown by veterans Worth Kan. Conducted full in Monroe and surrounding military rites with Howard counties show Cessna Post no. 136 of the App noose county ----1,620 american legion presenting Davis county 870 the color guard. Lucas county-------._.1,040 pfc. Abrahamson was the Mahaska county------�?z2,510 son of or. And mrs. Amos Marion county --------4,310 Bill Abrahamson formerly Monroe county 710 of Albia now of Des Moines. Wapello county--------5,910 he entered the army aug. 26, Wayne county 920 1969 and Iliad been in Vietnam since july 1, my a Fth Man business /vu55 Rol Mun District were being Fioz Day to Honor Abrahamson and rites Oun aay flags were a flown at half Mast in his Hon miss Fatima Foeman 83, Knox vice a teacher in the Albia schools for a number a tvs of poet of years died thursday at col. A Lins memorial Host Neal in rites or buoy Knox vice following a stroke. A a ,.,.she was born april 13, 1887 funeral sen ices and Bunal in Lancaster and graduated were held Friday in Imfield from Sigourney High school Charles Nina she taught for 47 years. Speith 76, _ who died at her funeral services were held Winfield sunday at the Bybee Davis funeral Homo in Knoxville Albia resident. Her Huband Frith burial in pleasant Grove sen Edas my proc county in cemetery near Sigourney Greer far several years. Survivors include three Sis surviving Are her husband ters mrs. Fay Bradley mrs a Mio sea h of Madison Jennie Hanley and Joe. Ruth Henrj Al Peters All of rapid City s. D. A 1 i grandchildren. Junior float Parade Winner residents of Monroe county were reminded today by mrs,.grace e. Keeton Monroe county treasurer that second half taxes payable during the Calendar year 1970, arc due and payable. Wednesday sept. 30 is the last Day for payment of taxes without penalty. After that Date a penalty of of 1 per cent is charged each month. Robert Fulton Here thursday Robert Fulton of Waterloo a former lieutenant governor and this year democratic candidate for governor of Iowa will be in Albia thursday morning. Fulton will beat kits res tit Grant in Albia at 10 . For a Coffee hour and for a visit with residents of tie Community. Start project mid a continent waterproofing co., inc., of fort Scott Kan., today started work on the renovation of the Monroe county cot i under the total $25,000 renovation and landscaping project approved by voters in balloting last june. Completes Basic Calhoun son of mrs. Thelma Calhoun of Albia completed his training and wits graduated in exercises Friday at Ford Leonard Wool to. Mrs. Calhoun and her daughter Carol a the Gnu Duason. Members of tie Junior Dass at Albia co immunity High school won the $25 first prize in the float con test in the Homecoming Parade Friday afternoon. The second prize went to the i Ridiman class and honorable mention to tie sophomores. Rain dampened the Hoisie Couig festivities Friday night and the Pella football team dampened them even further wit i a 3s-14 Victory Over Albia. The Homecoming dance was held in tiie High school Field House following tiie game. Pictures of tie reigning Royal couples taken As they appeared in fridays Parade appear on Liis Page. Seniors Sandy Myers arid Tim Van Ginkel. Juniors Janice Clark and John Simmons. Sophomores Nicolette Cooper and Danny Ryan. I in King Johnke run a and Queen Diano Billings. Re freshmen Marsha Duea and Terry knowl a. Not. A s v. K or i v f. So r. O

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