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Ottumwa Courier Newspaper Archives May 31 1986, Page 4

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Ottumwa Courier (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Ottumwa, Iowa Ottumwa enters plea in Davis co. Bloomfield Ralph e. Ackley of Ottumwa pleaded not guilty in Davis county District court Friday to burglary in the second degree. He waived a speedy trial. Ackley is accused of burglar izing property belonging to Roy Grosvenor of Floris on april 9. The lawsuit of Carol and Gary Johnson against Central states joint bord health and welfare fund Chicago has been transferred to Federal court. The Johnsons Are seeking payment of medical expenses for their son Brent Johnson who died after an automobile Accident in october 1984. Judge James Jenkins on Friday overruled a motion for summary judgment in the lawsuit of Sommer Bros. Seed company Pekin 111., against Ronald Campbell Bloomfield route 3. The seed company is suing Campbell for $2,784 for merchandise purchased in 1984. Jenkins also overruled a motion for default filed by mercantile Trust and savings Bank of Quincy 111. The Bank is suing Jerry and Barbara Gravett Bloomfield route 6, for $6,926 for nonpayment on a promissory note signed feb. 13. Secretary loses Job old Iowa a the Olin school Board has decided to remove Doris Hartwig As Secretary to the secondary principal following complaints that she does no to do her Job and cannot be trusted with confidential matters. However the Board voted to create another position for her at the school. The Board made its decision Early thursday after listening to two hours of testimony and deliberating for More than three hours in a session that began wednesday evening. The Ottumwa courier saturday May 31, 1986 courier photo by Mike Augspurger architectural Survey planned for South Ottumwa Ralph Christian of the state historical department office of historic preservation will be in Ottumwa monday to oversee the beginning of an architectural Survey of Ottumwa South of the Des Moines River. All structures built prior to 1940 will be photographed. Christian explained that Only the South part of the Community is being inventoried at this time because North of the River was surveyed in 1984 by the area Xiv regional planning commissions cultural resources Survey. The area Xiv Survey was a five year Multi county project which ended before Ottumwa could be completed. The purpose of the Survey is to identify individual structures and whole districts or neighbourhoods which Are potentially eligible for the National Register of historic places. Inventories such As this one have proven to be excellent tools for planning by local governments. The Field Surveyor for the project is Miranda Roche. A native of Australia Roche is currently a student in Tennessee. She will be in Ottumwa for the Farmer faces littering charge Osage apr an Osage Farmer has been charged with littering after his manure spreader malfunctioned sending a smelly Load All Over a Highway. Daniel d. Rogers was hauling manure to a Field when the spreader ran amuck and dropped its Load. Next few weeks photographing each of the pre-1940 structures and recording information such As building materials and Date of construction. The inventory then will be evaluated by architectural historian Molly Myers Naumann of Ottumwa. Naumann served As the consultant to the area Xiv project and is currently involved with an architectural inventory of Creston. Five Ottumwa structures Are currently listed on the National Register the Benson Block 108-112 n. Market Foster Bell House 205 e. Fifth Ottumwa Public Library Ottumwa municipal building and the Wapello county courthouse. Harkin puts Bank failure on feds Iowa City a sen. Tom Harkin a Iowa said Friday the Federal government could have prevented the closing of the Lone Rock Bank in Lone Rock. Harkin said he worked with the Bank to try to save it but was unsuccessful because the Farmers Home administration refused to approve four or five Loans. A if the Farmers Home administration had come through a Little quicker in approving four or five Loans the Lone Rock Bank would not have failed a Harkin said. Harkin said ifs ironic that the Federal government has Money for foreign Aid but wont come to the assistance of iowans in trouble. Attention Home care patients Complete line of a wheelchairs Hospital Beds and patient care supplies. A Home oxygen portable liquid oxygen concentrators a Home enteral and parenteral nutrition a rehabilitation equipment and Suppes 24 hour service i Fen me Tsu feb a Call collect 515-682-8088 National medical Home care in a test am 6art�?� to Corner Jeff. Amp Penn. It a a w or it w a a dutch masters club antique car Snow thurs., May 29 fri., May 30 sat May 31 come see �?�1917 Model t roadster �?�35,000 Model a roadster with a rumble seat �?�1930 Model a Ford Cabriolet �?�1931 Hudson Duk Penn Central Mir our a part special friends saturdays from i a a a Oskaloosa mall hours Mondoy Friday to to 9 saturday to to 6 sunday noon to 5 in ill it Ottumwa youth Dies struck by truck Oskaloosa a a Young Ottumwa boy was killed in an Accident on an Oskaloosa City Street Friday afternoon. Jason Ware the two year old son of Rhonda and David Ware of Ottumwa was pronounced dead at the Mahaska county Hospital in Oskaloosa after being struck by a Semi tractor trailer driven by Marvin Hals of Tama according to the Oskaloosa police department. The Accident occurred in the 400 Block of North Market which is also . Highway 63. The Iowa Highway patrol and the Mahaska county sheriffs department assisted the Oskaloosa police department at the scene of the 4 30 . Accident. There were no other injuries and no charges have been filed. The Accident remains under investigation by the Oskaloosa police. Three face drug charges Sheldon apr three men have been arrested in Sheldon on drug charges and authorities say they expect to make As Many Asio More arrests. The of Brien county sheriffs office thursday arrested Thomas latter Ell 23, of Sheldon Lauren Weier 28, of Sheldon and Bradley Hulley 27, of Ashton. All three men were being held in of Brien county jail in Primghar. Latterell is charged with four counts of delivery of Ltd and marijuana. Hulley is charged with one count of delivery of Ltd and Weir faces one count of marijuana. Easy rider Quot skip Quot gets a free ride with his master Mike Mcclure of Rural Bloomfield while the two were taking a spin North of Bloomfield this week. Doctors disciplined Des Moines apr two new Hampton doctors accused last month of improperly supervising their physicians assistant have been fined $1,000 and told not to hire another assistant for at least five years. The penalties approved thursday by the Iowa Board of medical examiners result from an informal settlement of professional charges filed against drs. James Carr and Richard reams. Each will have to pay $500, the Board said. The Board also approved an agreement under which the physicians assistant Russell Brennan will pay $250 in civil penalties and not seek certification elsewhere for at least 90 Days. In april the Board said Carr and reams inadequately supervised Brennan because they allowed him a to independently see diagnose and prescribe medications for a 9-month-old patients nov. 23-25, 1981. Board members also charged that Brennan a failed to secure appropriate consultation in the care and treatment of a patient and that he a prescribed drugs a service that is not authorized by the medical examiners. Des Moines Hospital plans expansion Des Moines apr mercy Hospital medical Center has announced a $16 million building project that will add new doctors offices Laboratory facilities a parking ramp and retail shops to the Hospital. Mercy president sister Patricia Clare Sullivan said thursday the two stage project will include a four Story office building for 50 doctors offices that should be completed by August 1987, and a four level parking garage designed to hold 746 vehicles. Other plans include a new cardiac Catheter nation Laboratory diagnostic areas cardiac rehabilitation buildings and a four Story Glass atrium that will House retail shops. for experience in county Csc emm ent ran Paul Mottet fun Moty swed visa pol. 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