Monday, November 8, 2010

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Lina Medina's Baby Is Still a Medical Mystery
Lima, PERU-May 14 1939 drs delivered a c-section baby from a 5 year old mother.

Police Widow Gets Medal
Mrs Charles Andreano, 1345 Rose ave rec'd a citation and medal for valor in behalf of her late husband, Capt. Charles Andreano from the National Police Officers Association. Award is highest a policeman can win and includes $1000. Capt.Andreano was fatally injured July 30 in a car accident on his way to a drowning scene near Des Moines.
daughter Mary Jo, 14, Sam Andreano, 74, his father, and son Chuck, 17.

Hold Beating Suspect Here
Leroy Smith, 24, 415
SE Fifth st arraigned Thursday on charge of assault with intent to do great bodily injury in connection with an alleged attack on the father of two policemen.
Smith pleaded innocent before Municipal Judge Don F Tidrick who set his hearing for Apr. 18 and his bond at $2000. Unable to post bond, he went to jail.
the charge was filed by Sam Andreano, operator of the Safety Always Club, 428 E Locust st who claimed Smith beat him with a bar stool during an argument at the club Dec 4.
Andreano is the father of Police Capt Charles Andreano and Sgt Tony Andreano.
Both police and court baliffs had been searching for Smith since the charge was filed. Smith surrendered to Baliff Todd Lyon Thursday afternoon.
Police said Smith returned to Des Moines recently from California.
Hair Dressers Visit Home
Three members of the Jackson County National Hairdressers and Cosmetologist Association donated both their time and materials for permanents, hair washes, and hair sets to residents of the Jackson County Home on Saturday March 18. Mrs Robert (Eula) Keeley, gave a permanent to Camilla Oswald. Mrs Ivars (Judie) Ilgis, cut Elnora Olson's hair. Mrs Mildred Burkey is having her hair combed out by Mrs Tony (Shirley) Hughes.

Thomas S Love Services Today
age 91 of 1046 Seventh st 3p.m. today at Hamiltons' Funeral Home. burial Glendale Cemetery.
Died Saturday at Elmcrest Nursing Home, 2348 E Ninth st after a three week illness.
Born in Macon, Mo, lived in Des Moines 31 years. member of the Golden Age Club and the Methodist church.
survivors: three daughters, Miss Marjorie Love, Iowa City, and Mrs Eva Nelson and Mrs Ruth
Bodensteiner, both of Des Moines, a half brother Ray Love, Council Bluffs, a brother Ernest, Bevier Mo , 11 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren.

A B Wilson Rites Monday
Andrew B Wilso, 80, of 454 SE Second st died of a stroke Friday at Broadlawns Polk County Hospital. services 10:30a.m. Monday Dahlstrom Funeral Home. burial in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
born in Scotland, had lived in Des Moines 52 years and was formerly employed as a brick mason for Arthur Neumann Construction Company. retired 10 years ago.
surviving two sons Floyd of Santa Cruz, Calif., and Jim of Des Moines, five grandchildren.

Drunk Driving Is Denied by 2
Two men pleaded inoocent of driving while intoxicated before Municipal Judge Harry B Grund Sunday and their bonds were set at $600 each for hearings Oct. 31.
Harry R Mallatt, 58, of 100 Jackson ave was arrested Saturday night at E. Third and Locust streets afeter going through a stop sign, police said.
Willard Winfield Wilson, 44, 1065 Fourth place, also was arrested Saturday night at Crocker Street and Keosauqua way after his car collided with another. No one was hurt. Officers said they found whiskey in Wilson' car.

Angler Loses New Rod, Reel To Speedboat
William Wright of 2329 E. Thirtyseventh court bought $40 worth of fishing equipment Tuesday. Included was a $20 rod and $16 reel.
Tuesday night he picked a spot just above the Center Street dam to try it out. He cast his line into the river, propped the rod up on a stick, and settled back for an evening of relaxation.
A moment later a roaring speedboat, air horns blowing loudly, swerved in close to the bank, snagged Wright's line and pulled the rod and reel out of sight into the river.
"I know he did it on purpose," Wright told police. "He saw me sitting there. He was showing off for two girls he had with him."

Services Today For Mrs Allie
Mrs Shelar O Allie, jr, 34, of 4326 SE Sixteenth st died of heart ailment Sunday in College Hospital. services #;#0p.m. today McLaren Funeral Home in West Des Moines. Burial Jordan Cemetery.
ill two weeks, born in West Des Moines. she lived her whole life there and in Des Moines.
Survived by husband, four children: Bud B. Denning, 10, Rose L Denning, 9, Sandra Marie Allie,8, and Elmer R Allie, 6, two brothers Merrill J Gilbert of Chula Vista, Cal., and Raymond Lindsay of Portland, Ore, two sisters Mrs Marian Bryant of Denver Colo. and Mrs Dorothy Thomas of El Monte, Cal.

Services Set For Phillips
William W Phillips 76 of 1109 Bundy ave died of cancer Wednesday at Mercy Hospital. services 10:30a.m. Saturday Hamiltons' Funeral Home. burial Resthaven Cemetery.
a musician, ill 3 months. In 1963 he was the champion old fiddler of Iowa at the State Fair.
Born at Caldwell, KS, moved here from Armstrong 27 years ago. member of theOld Fiddlers of Iowa and the Golden Age Club.
surviving his wife Elsie, three sons Donald C of Canoga Park, Calif., Richard B and Clifford D of Des Moines, three daughters Mrs Joyce Kirton of Peoria, Ill., MRs Mary Mathis of Des Moines, and Mrs Lucy Erickson of Fullerton, Calif., a brother Claude of Higgins, Tx, a sister Mrs Bertha Decker of Albany, Ore., 12 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren.

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