Tuesday, November 9, 2010

more from great grandma amanda's scrapbook

newspaper clippings

Jan 14 1969
Birthday No. 110-No Cake!
Luis Carrizales

Carrizales, 100, Walks to Courthouse for Gun Permit
celebrated his 100th birthday Wednesday and celebrated by walking from his home at 819 fifteenth st to the courthouse to renew his gun permit.
There was a birthday cake at home later, but he let his 6 kids eat most of it.
Topping off the day, he took his 34 year old wife to a downtown restaurant for dinner. They ate spaghetti and meatballs.

Four Face Charges in Burglaries
Joseph Frank Raymond, 23, 1502 Tenth st
Jerry E Green, 22, no permanent address
Patricia Jean Lane, 20 & Paulette Louise Heinmiller, 20, of 1502 Tenth st.
plead guilty of burglarizing the Malsam & Mauro Insurance Center, In 5914 SE Fourteenth st
and Crest Rexall Pharmacy next door at 5912 SE Fourteenth.
Green armed with a .22 caliber revolver, and a .25caliber automatic pistol. nothing reported missing at either business.
police said they were questioning them about more than 40 burglaries that have occurred since the first of the year, including 14 safe jobs.

Two Plead Innocent in Drugs Case
Fredrick T Meyer, 21, 1306 Fourth st & Joseph Raymond, 23, 428 1/2 E Loucst st.
arrested Friday in the 400 block of E Grand ave. in a car driven by Meyer, who was sought on charges of having illegal license plates, having no registration and operating a motor vehicle with a loud muffler.
Meyer pleaded guilty to the traffic charges and paid fines totaling $7. Raymond was charged with intoxication when arrested, and that case also was scheduled for May 12.
When the men were taken to the police station to be booked, a search warrant was obtained and 513 pills were found in the car that Meyers had been driving, police said.

4 Arrested
Joseph Frank Raymond, Jerry Eugene Green, Paulette L Heinmiller, and Patricia Jean Lane
Judge Grund increased the bond for the two men from $5000 to $10000. Bond for the women was left at $1000. All four were returned to Polk Co Jail when they failed to post bond.

Sentence Three In District Court
Three men who pleaded guilty to criminal charges have been sentenced by Polk County District Judge Gibson Holliday.
Joseph Frank Raymond, 23, 124 E Thirtysecond st, breaking into the Crest Pharmacy, 5912 SE Fourteenth st, June 25; 10 years in the State Penitentiary at Fort Madison.
Cecil Hamilton, 30, 913 Maple st, West Des Moines, selling liquor without a license May 14 at 518 SE Fifth st and a second charge of carrying a concealed weapon at the same address June 25; 180 days and 90 days, respectively in the Polk Co Jail with sentences to be served consecutively.
Jess Leon May, 51, of Topeka, Kan., taking a package containing machine parts valued at $41 from a Rock Island Railroad Freight car June 28, 270 days in jail.

Weapons Charge
Joseph Frank Raymond, 428 1/2 E Locust st, fined $100 by Judge Brooks Monday for carrying a concealed weapon.
He was convicted of carrying a loaded pistol on his person on April 23 1967.

Good Man Gone
Dow Evans, Cainsville, died Thursday April 27 at Axtell Hospital after a short illness. He was 58 years old and had lived in Mercer County until he moved to Cainsville 12 years ago.
Richmond Dow Evans was born March 15 1886 a son of Richmond and Lyda C Evans. Married Clella Powell Jan 2 1907. Besides his wife, survived by three daughters, Mrs Amber Wiggins and Mrs Lenalee Redinger both of Cainsville and Mary Elizabeth of the home; two sons Wayne Evans of Kansas City and John Evans of San Francisco; a brother William Evans of Princeton, and eight grandchildren.
funeral services at Cainsville Methodist Church Monday afternoon May 1st with Rev V.F.Walker in charge. burial Hunter cemetery.
Card of thanks-we take this means of thanking our neighbors and friends for their many acts of kindness and words of sympathy after the passing of our beloved husband and father, Dow Evans. We also to thank those who sent the beautiful floral tributes. Mrs Dow Evans and family.

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