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Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Burlington, Iowa A Barff Hutn Tiwa gym a Moth Folh mgl Pmj forecast near Zero tonight a new Blanket of Snow covered the Burlington area monday. City streets and area highways were Slick. There were several accidents none of them resulting in serious injury. While the Snow faded from the air shortly before noon there was a Promise of much colder weather. Stormy jes Persen said the Mercury will drop to near Zero during the night. I a a a a a Overland bus Drivers reported car Obj a parked in front of his the Slickest highways of the win Home saturday ter but other transportation set a collision involving cars driven ices were operating or. A Normal iary g. Price 407 s. Sixth basis. Ozark and Braniff planes and Walter l Wilson 716 n. Sixth were in operation trains were on wag sported sunday. The Acci schedule the Iowa Southern utilities company and Northwestern Bell Telephone company reported no trouble. The forecast Calls for Cloudy and colder weather with a Low tonight from five above to Zero. Tuesday will be fair and cold with a High of around 20. Dent was in the 2800 Block of mount pleasant. Joyce Elaine Johnson 140jk Perkins reported the car she was driving was struck Friday morning at fourth and Washington by a car whose Driver refused to Exchange information. The License number which she reported be minimum today was 13 and this Longs to Kenneth l. Dietsch. 2105 was expected to Rise to 20. Sun Valley police said. Cars driven by Days top was 36 and the Low was l. W. Carl 1302 s. Thirteenth and 16 Snow originally predicted for John Loran Berry 313 Belmont sunday morning failed to mater were reported to have collided Walize. Saturday morning in the 200 Block of s. Fourth. Police were called monday s Snow was blamed for monday to take Home Margaret an Accident on Highway 61 near Swafford 31, Plank Street who Flint Hill drive. Fainted in the maid rite lunch. Ferrel Paul Snider. Columbus Junction hit a Slick spot there and ended up in the ditch wrong Side up sheriff s deputies reported there some Loica areas get 6 inches of snot Des Moines Snow ranging were no injuries. Several other car slipped from up to More than 6 in its f the Highway at about the same across the Southern two thirds of spot Thev said but All were Able Iowa sunday night and Early Mon to proceed. Day. Highways were Snow pack mrs. Beatrice Spowart 711 n de Slippery and hazardous seventh was thrown from the car she was Riding in monday morning when it Slid and hit a Highway throughout the area Iowa a two Northern tiers of counties got Little or no Snow but sign at seventh and Spring. Her relatively Clear skies in that Sec husband was driving when the car t o r caused Sharp temperature went out of control. The Impact of drops. Little Rock in Kossuth the car hitting the sign threw her county had 4 below Zero and spen Gamst the door which opened cer had 2 below. Mrs. Spowart a injuries were de the weather Bureau said read scribed by police As a bad Cut on monday night would Range the head. From Zero to 10 below with North another victim of monday s East Iowa the coldest spot Snow was Agnes Galbraith 53, snowfall measured 5 inches or 1912 Whittier who slipped and fell m0re in Iowa s East Central Sec at the Corner of Jefferson and Tjon a Job the heaviest fall appear fourth. She was taken to mercy entry concentrated roughly in an Hospital by a Poi Iee ambulance. Area from Cedar rapids and Iowa Hospital authorities said Het Inq a eastward to the Mississippi juries were not believed to be ser Iowa aty had g inches by Daylight ious. And Cedar rapids had 5 inches., northerly winds of 25 to 35 Miles v to Quot caused considerable blow hit by unknown cars Over the week and def tag by there no a Jack Engle. 1213 Perkins re reports of main Highway closed As ported to police his car was struck a Ewi of the Snow saturday while packed in the 300 snowfall reports included Ames Block of fourth. And Oskaloosa i inches de Chas Long. 307 Kenilworth re Moines 3 Carroll 3 Waterloo \ ported the left front fender of his Inch Mason City Trace Council car was damaged by an unknown Bluffs 4. Emmet Gantz gets Patent on new Type Ratchet wrench a Burlin tonian who. Back in 1945, decided there must be a better tool for changing truck tires has just received a Patent for a new Type heavy duty Ratchet wrench to do the Job. He is Emmet j. Gantz jr., 31, of 412 s. Fourth. Gantz now a machine operator for Silas Mason company worked on his new wrench for about six months and applied for a Patent in 1948. It has just now been granted. He said it would be especially useful in work on trucks and buses. The new wrench is different from most in that the Ratchet is part of a straight piece of Metal and the wrench has four instead of the Normal two pals in the Ratchet. The extra pals act As safety devices to prevent slippage Gantz explained. Gantz also has another invention with Patent pending. Its a new Type rubber play boat for children. He a tested it in the Crapo Park gets Patent a Emmet j. He s Tessea la in Wie Znaj Jwj pin _ swimming Pool and said his two Gantz. Jr., holds in Wype children Sharon. 6. And Larry 7, Ratchet wrench on which he has have been unable to overturn it. I just received a Patent. He de Progress caught up with another signed it after realizing the need of his inventions and he dropped for a better tool for changing it before finally getting a Patent truck tires Back in 1945. Also has it concerned a guard to prevent worked on two other inventions clothes wrapping around washing a a a a a machine wringer rollers. With the swing away from wringer Type dry fers to put his new wrench into ing Gantz decided not to follow production and on the Market through on his clothes guard. He also has some other ideas at present he is considering of still in the paper and thought stage. Man held on Check count in first place Massachusetts ranks first in production of Emery and Emery prot ducts. Teb. 16th-22nd i Sun enters Quot lace Ift tic w $ Moon 1st Quarter morning Start it evening a merr Tiff j u i 9 Venus Judi to Indian name hum 16m�r.7 127siu . Bought ,.4nii canal strip 1903 17 t �r.7 10, a 5 43 j shrove tuesday. Moliere Plaw right part died 1673. Pay a tragedy in one Ace when you forge to a replace the receiver 18 w�r.7 08,s.5 44t j Ash wednesday. Lent begins. Parlier 19t vr.7 07, r,545f Edison patented phonograph. N 1878. Sound advice for party liners has be up quietly when others their Are on the phone 20 f �r.7 05, s.5 47t 11st general postal Laws passed. 1792 21 a �r.7 05, s.5 4jjt Amherst College chartered. 1825. J lesson for i party liners always release the line for emergency Calls. 22 us 1st in. In Tutki �r.7 fat s.5 49f Washington s birthday. Intend Northwestern Bell Telephone compar rack. For lat. 45n. Long grow y at brotherhood program a these folks were among participants in second annual Lincoln Douglas banquet held in memorial auditorium under auspices of St. Johns ame Church. Top picture left to right front Row Are mrs. James Schramm a speaker on Burlington Community self Survey mrs. Elmyra Benhart and mrs. Goldie Irving co chairmen for banquet. Back Row Lloyd Maffitt speaker for National association for advancement of coloured people l. K. Nelson representative of the masons or. William a. Smith Philadelphia native of Burlington principal speaker and Rev. C. M. Mckay Keokuk who pronounced invocation. In lower picture Rev. George Paul Jones pastor of St. Johns ame Church pictured with mrs. Jones As they arrived for banquet. Usher ettes Are Loveita Bates left and Helen Ray. Hawk Eye Gazette photos. Council to get Hagemann ave improvement b ids March 10 West Burlington Man reports $700 thefts Over 6 months from parked cars. Drew Orton or. 10084 Ash reported two mud flaps stolen from his car while parked in front of his residence sunday. W. C. Phillips 2401 Madison told police two pairs of aviation thefts and finding to $700 and occurring Over a six month coloured glasses were taken from period have been reported to police by Alvin Omar Kinney 401 the Slove compartment of his car a 11 j a a i a parked m the 100 Block on South Ballard West Burlington. Street sunday. Kinney told police a wheel Belt motor driven elevator was a 1936 Ford owned by Carter taken from behind the warehouse Market on mount pleasant g. Wales 1604 s. Fifteenth was last june. He set its value at $400. Reported stolen from the bowl the City Council monday set March 10 As the time to receive. During december Kinney said a drag line and shield valued in sunday evening but was re bids for the improvement of Hagemann Avenue from Williams at s150i and a Blade for a Ford tractor valued at $150, were also c�i.erd_iat"�?~. Street to 18 feet South of West Avenue. Stolen. A Fred p. Christensen 103 Manet planned Are grading curb Gutter and paving of the Street and an Early morning breaking at lying on a second floor counter of warchouseall916unt rant installation of a storm water outlet. The Street will be paved 24 Jones confectionery 3101 j. S Schramm co. Store sat waa broken into of a the weekend feet wide with 7-Inch Concrete. Estimated Cost is $16,860.30. Monday was a to. Rep Rte l n1 p h entry was made through a broken Wilbur e. Newswander 26. Cedar rapids waived preliminary hearing on a charge of false drawing and uttering of a Check in municipal court monday morning and was bound Over to the grand jury. Newswander was arrested saturday after he allegedly signed checks at Penny a Sears and Roebuck Waugh Brothers and attempted a fourth at Montgomery Ward. His charge lists Only the Check allegedly passed at Penny a. F the Check Newswander reportedly gave Penny a store was for $25 and drawn in the Farmers and merchants Bank where authorities said he had no funds. Authorities Here said a hold order had been received from Cedar rapids where he is also wanted. Newswander told police he was on parole from a Federal prison in Oklahoma where he served 20 months. # Lester Harold Fleming. 228 ordnance also appeared monday morning and paid a $14 Fine and costs on a charge of speeding. James Fredrick Morrison. Fort Madison forfeited an $11 Bond on a charge of driving without proper Eye glasses. Herman Santucci Monmouth i forfeited a $14 Bond on a charge i of failing to Stop for a Stop sign. . Listen to the town crier s Bell town meeting your bus services what about it come and express your ideas monday feb. 23 7 30 . Public Library sponsored by league of women voters love butter Wellington new zealand a new sealanders with an average annual consumption of 43.5 pounds Are the greatest butter eaters in a recent 17-country Survey. The Irish ranked second with an average of 40.4 pounds. Announcing. Quot Norm Quot Snyder formerly of Snyder s do is now associated with s amp s Oil co. Located at the foot of Mcarthur Bridge Norm welcomes All former customers and friends at his new location. The Council evidenced Little interest in the possibility of buying the site of the fire damaged Burt Zaiser building at main and Market As a possible parking lot. In answer to earlier Council he conversations a letter from the Mathews land company stated Harry Herman one of the owners. Set an asking Price of $12,�?� 500 As the building now stands and $15,000 if the site is completely cleared. Councilmen said they were More interested i n getting a parking lot in the West end of the business District. A a a a a one hasp was Cut and another Frudeger 507 s. Central said her window it Christensen said. Two 5 lock forced but nothing was report purse contained at least $15 Cash cent bar it. Of Rhyn a it up of business to into the store Quot Quot Flome a a a. Cd identify Eaton papers. That miss it building said it would be More a purse was a Oien while two thefts have been reported objectionable than a grocery meat Market. Myers told the v v the v had considerable $ Money involved in repair of the building said it would not be More objectionable than the previous businesses and guaranteed that c the area we Ould not be cluttered. The Council will examine the site before making a final decision next monday. V application by Ethel i. Rigsby to occupy a building for Beauty shop the Council deferred final action purposes at 643 s. Eighth was on application by j. F. Myers to granted. There were no protests. A of Bupt a building at 829-31 Harri class b Beer permit renewals son for a heating sales and ser were granted Cornelia Moorman a vice company. The building at for the Hub tavern 112 n. Mam \ Harrison and Madison former and Jeannette Monaghan for Black a a by housed a grocery and meat Hawk cafe 211 n. Main. Market. A $15 refund to Mosena electric a the Council brought out a pro company in connection with swim v test petition filed by 21 residents i Ming Pool ads Vas authorized. Last june and four residents of the plumbing inspector was the area and Myers appeared to authorized to attend a school at a Day. Residents protested the Type Ames feb. 26 and 27. 1946 Ford driven by Virgil det g Rick Fairfield in an Accident that $ happened on River Hill West of mount pleasant on Highway 34. At Ujj meet our Friendly staff no. 15 of a series fair association Hays isl quonset Aldu. Detrick told officers he was pro a Purchase of a quonset Type build 10 sunday ing by the Des Moines county fair association has been announced Byj feeding West ahead of a burling $ Charles Hutchcroft county presi ton truck lines truck driven by a Dent. Edward b. Bouchaute of gales the building which is now sit Burg 111., also heading West. Rated at the fair grounds on Agen a car skidded on the Slippery a cd. Will be moved near the South pavement he said. And. In trying a West Corner of the grandstand. It to avoid striking it his car Slid will be used for women s displays around and was hit by the truck a i a Neva Dale bookkeeping department Catherine Dowell bookkeeping department during county fairs. The Purchase was made from the Isu company which has been using the building for storage. The building will be moved intact by april 1. A foundation and Cement floor will be Laid beneath the building. No one was injured. New to is to a hit run Accident a new twist was Given to hit and run accidents Here saturday a it was the pedestrian who was struck that refused to Stop. Mrs. Jack Dailey sr., reported to police that the Auto she was driving struck an uni Denti Flod woman at main and 5 Alley saturday afternoon and that the woman refused to Stop. M Hen last seen the woman was reported striding Down main Street. O a this week we want to introduce two More of our commercial bookkeepers Neva Dale and Catherine Dowell. They have Many friends who will be interested in knowing the kind of work they Are Dong Bank posting requires , perseverance alertness and accuracy. Each Day there Ara hundreds of items to be posted and signatures checked. The convenience of a checking account is a necessity in modern living. You Eon Deposit your Peye Heck and writ erects to pay your Bills which saves Many Steps and much time. You have safety for your Money and receipts for Bills paid. I v a i s v a a a Westport a a $ Spike Jones plays to full House Here there was a full House on hand at memorial auditorium saturday might for Spike Jones and h i s musical depreciation revue. The Jones Crew brought along its assortment of live Birds Blank pistols crazy antics and musical arrangements that have proved crowd pleases Here in the passenger a Gate there were also some new acts. _. A _ for this years show which ended London will a with a Medley of City Slicker fax by an English i Ordes show air passengers exactly _ where they Are All during their j. Re flight. A Dot of Light automatic Al v Lar damaged in of Reck by moves scions a series of Trens mount pleasant a damage Parent maps mounted in the air estimated at $350 waa done to a liner a Cabin. Be ure to a coed these ads each monday Ond be sure to enjoy Hie vengence of a checking account at the. A con Burlington Bank and Trust company your financial partner to work with you and for you Quot t Copper tone tan or red Elk two new Westport styles acclaimed by women All Over America. So Light so soft so flexible you wont believe us until you see them for yourself. In two versions As a pump and a strap. Priced modestly at / shoes for the entire family Roar store m i Tunon

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