Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 16, 1936 · Page 60
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 16 193<S HERRING ISSUES PROCLAMATION Calls Legislature of Iowa Into Special Session December 21. DES MOINES, (/?}— Gov. Clyde L. Herring issued the following proclamation calling the legislature into special session: PROCLAMATION To the senate and house of representatives of . the forty-sixth general assembly of th-s state of Iowa: - ... The .congress of the ifnited. States of America, having passed since adjournment of the last regular session of the Iowa general assembly, an act providing for certain benefits to citizens of the state of Iowa, conditioned upon legislation by the state of Icnvn,' and further providing that such legislation must be enacted into law and approved prior.t.o. Jan. 1, 1937, by the federal social security board:- 4, of the constitution of the state of Iowa, do hereby convene the forty-sixth, general assembly in extraordinary session,- commencing on Monday, the twenty-first day of December, 1936, at 10 o'clock in the morning for the purpose of enacting unemployment insurance legislation necessary to comply with the federal social security law, and for no other purpose whatsoever. CLYDE L. HERRING. Memorial Services for Justice Evans Are Held-by Court DES MOINES, (£>)—Supreme court justices held a memorial service in the court at the state house Tuesday for the late Justice W. D. Evans of Hampton, who I served longer on the bench than an} 7 other-justice in Iowa history. Justice Evans, who died last May, was appointed to fill a vacancy in 1908. He served continuously fiVim that time until December, 1934, when he retired. And, it appearing to be wise and ! District Judge Sherwood A. necessary that the forty-sixth gen- I Clock of Hampton presented dis- ' trict. bar ,. resolutions. Eulogies were given by District Judge O. J. Henderson of Webster City; eral assembly of the, state of Iowa be called into 'extraordinary session to enact a law to comply with the provisions of the federal act I former Justce Truman S. Stev- and thereby insure to the citizens of Iowa benefits of the federal act. and Whereas, virtue o:f the urgent and imminent j ( 01 . t (-, e cour t necessity above refarred to, an ex- ; traordinary situation exists within I the contemplation of section 11, j ens: Justice Richard F. Mitchell and George Hise, Des Moines attorney. because of and by j j usl i ce E. G. Albert responded INAUGURATION TO BE SIMPLE Plans for Jan. 20 Affair Approved by Roosevelt and Garner. WASHINGTON, (IP)— Plans lor a ''simple, though colorful" inauguration inducting President Roosevelt into office Jan. 20 were approved at the .white house by the chief executive and Vice President Garner. Rear Admiral Gary T. Grayson, retired, chairman of the committee on arrangements, said after a conference with them, "that in the parade on Pennsylvania avenue after the talcing of the oath on the capitol plaza would be units of the army, navy and marine corps, cadets from West Point and Annapolis midshipmen, and governors of each state. No civic or political organizations will take part. Grayson said there would be no inaugural ball because the series of presidential birthday balls will be held Jan. 30. For his first day in Washington since he left for South America a month ago. Mr. Roosevelt arranged to see Frank C. Walker, former director . of . the National Emergency council; Gov. Paul V. McNutt of Indiana and R. Walton Moore, acting secretary of state. The president held his afternoon open, indicating he* expected to LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INCORPORATION _. , ,. ., < I fronting him, including his mes- The more one studies the vote I sa ^ es t ° con£rcss article 4 of the constitution of the i wst at the last election the more one becomes impressed idea that there were many people state of Iowa. Now, therefore, I, Clyde L. Herring, governor of Iowa, under and by virtue of the powers conferred upon me as governor of Iowa, in j vote.—Muskcson, accordance with section 11. article ' iclc. Our personal nomination for the hall of fame is the man or woman in tms^countrv \vho had just dis- who did not say, As Maine goes, covered thev have the right Chron- I so goes Vermont." I Va., Mail. Charleston, W. . Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have organized a corporation under Title 19, Chapter 384 o£ the 1935 Code of Iowa and laws -amendatory tber- to. for pecuniary profit. The name of the corporation is the "MID-WEST ROOFING COMPANY" and its principal place of business is Masqn City, Iowa. ' The general nature ol its business shall be the operation of a general construction business, including all kinds of improvements of real estate above and below the ground,' 'and the manufacture of building materials that may be used in the improvement of real estate, and to carry .on the- business or manufacturing, importing • exporting, buying and selling, wholesale and retail, -building materials !:nd supplies,, including roofing, and insulating materials and supplies, and to conduct the business of contrtct- ing and construction in all its branches, and to this end to execute, deliver and carry out contracts for building, fitting up, reconstructing, altering, improving, decorating, furnishing and removing all kinds of buildings and structures; and the -said corporation shall have power to borrow and advance money, acquire and dispose of real estate and personal property and .to do all other acts necessary and proper to the convenient conduct of the business aforesaid. The corporation sh.ill have 1he right to buy. hold, sell and convey persona] properly and such real estate as may be necessary or convenient lor the proper conduct of the affairs of the corporation, AJ1 conveyances, of real property made by the corporation shall be executed "by the president and countersigned, by the secretary with an impression of 'the corporate seal attached, if tlic corporation has a seal; and all releases of mortgages, liens, judgments or other claims that are required by law to be made of record may be executed by the president or secretary of the corporation. The authorized capital stock of this corporation is Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), and it may commence business when One Thousand Dollars (51,000.00) in stock has been issued and no stock shall be issued until the corporation has received payment in full there- for in cash or property, provided how- Start work on a host of tasks con- ever that when stock is issued for any- icct fo the approval of the executive council as provided by Section 8413 ol the Code of Io«-a. The capital stock may be increased by a vote of three-fourths vote in interest of the stockholders by amending the Articles of Incorporation, but the increased capital must be offered to the existing stockholders proportionately to their holdings at not less than par. Tlic corporation shall commence business on the 29th day of September, 1936. and shall continue for twenty ;20) years unless sooner dissolved. The affairs of the corporation shall be | managed by a Board of two 12) direc- I tors, who shall elect a President and a Secretary and Treasurer, and such other officers, including an executive committee as they may see fit. The annual election shall be held on the first Monday in April of e.-.ch year, and until the first Monday m April 1937, the following persons shall be directors: E. P. Martin Ernest Emit Koerber and the following persons sh;/! be officers: President. E. P. Martin Secretary-Treasurer, Ernest Emil Koerber. The officers of this corporation shall hold office for the term of OM year or until their successors are ejected and have qualified. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate liability except to the extent and in the manner provided by the laws of the State of Iowa. E. P. MARTIN ERNEST EMIL KOERBER Fitzpatrick i: Barlow. Attorneys. PUBLIC: NOTICE or HEARING Public notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Adjustment of the City of Mason Ciry, Iowa will be held at the—City-Kai: in' Mason City Iowa, on the 4th d»y of January A. D.. 1937, at four o'clock P. M. at which time and place the matter of (he application of the First National Bank of Mason City. Iowa, appealing from the decision <-i the Building Commissioner of the Cily ol Mason City lowa, refusing a peraiit for the erection and construction .jf a gasoline filling and service station on The East Sixty-six 1661 .feet of Lot Five fS) and the Lot Eight iS)»Block Nine (Si Paul Felt's Plat, Mason City, Iowa, will come on for hearing. This notice is given under the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Mason City. Iowa, and that said appeal and application will come on for hearing as above slated- Any person or Dei-sons interested therein may appear at said time and placr- and make objections thereto and at Which time the matter of the granting oC a permit for the erection of 5,ild Kasoline filling arid service station will be considered. Dated this nth day of December, 1038 BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF MASON CITY. IOWA, By THEO. BOLIN. ' Its Chairman. NOTICE OP APPLICATION' FOR TAX DEED. I To Marian Callaton: Yo'_: are hereby notified that on the | 8th day ol January, A. D, 1935. the following described real estate in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, lo-wit, Lot Six Ol) Block Three (3), Colinton's Addition to Mason City, Jit scavenger sale, under Code Section ~2,'i>, was sold by the Treasurc'r of said county for the taxes, then due, delinquent and unpaid to H. H. Shepard and that a cer- I tificatc of sale was duly issued by said I Treasurer to the said H. H. Shcpard pur- | suant to said sale and that said j certificate of sale is now owned and held | by the said 'H. H. Shepard. That the right of redemption of said sale will expire and a tax deed be made by the said Treasurer to the said H. H. Shepard for said real estate unless redemption therefrom is made within ninety 'flOl days from the completed service of this notice, H. H. SHEPARD. Owner of Certificate of Purchase. SIMMONS SLUMBER - KING utudio vouch A practical gift for your home. It gives you an extra bed when needed and at other times, serves as a comfortable sofa. Note these features . . . round corners . . . carved feet . . . inner-spring mattress . . . coil spring base. Easily opens into twins or double bed. Choice of fine covers in rust, green or brown. Make a small down payment... we will deliver in time for Christmas ... then pay the balance in easy monthly payments. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED. M1ER WOLF L SONS To Leo Schroder and Roy Searodrr: You are hereby notified that' on the 1st day of December, A. p. 1930. the following described real estate in Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, to-wit, Lot Six-tern (in) Block Nine (9), Vcn- tur» Heights. 1 was sold by the Treasurer 'of said county for the taxes then dui;, delinquent and unpaid to Hugh H. Shcpard and that a certificate of sale was duly issued by .said Treasurer to the said Hugh H. Shepard pursuant to said sale and that said certificate of sale is now owned and held by the said Hugh H, Shepard. That the right of redemption .of said sale will expire and a tax deed be made by the said Treasurer to the' said Hugh H. Shepard for said real estate unless redemption therefrom is> made within ninety (!)0i days from the completed sere- ice of this notice. HUGH H. SHEPARD, Owner of Certificate of Purchase. Referee! S»l« of 32* West Stile Street As Referee appointed by The District, Court in case of Josephine Finn et al vs. Maria Grant ct al, for such, purpose, I will sell to highest private bidder for cosh subject to approval of Court, the Anna Magulre Quevll Home, No. 224 West SUte Street, more particularly described as East Five and one-half rods of Lots Six and Seven in Block'13 Paul Felt's Plat in Mason City, Iowa. Will receive written bidi "therefor until December 31, 1936,, and each bid must be accompanied by a' .certified check for one-fifth the amount of : the bid same to be returned in case bid is rejected. FRANK W. CHAMBERS. . Referee. Hollywood stars move from one wedding to the next, thereby vindicating again the triumphs of hope over experience.— Cincinnati Times-Star. JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING Outstanding Facts Regarding This Sale First of all we have an unusu- aily large stock from which to choose. We bought a fine selection at the right price and are passing: the saving- on to you. Second, do not be misled, the furs in this sale are our fine quality, best grade furs. We place our entire stock on sale. Third, in spite of the steadily rising- prices, these fur coals are priced exceedingly low. What better^lime for yo>j io make a "buy." We invite you to use our convenient payment plan. Group No. 1 COATS IN Northern Seal American Broadtail Lapin Krimmer Lamb Valtfes to $135 s 50 S 50 £roup No. 2 COATS IN Russian Cat Mendoza Beaver Caracul Values to $165 Group No. 3 COATS IN Siver Muskrat Choice N. Seal Dark Muskrat Krimmer Caracul Priemer Bonded Northern Beaver VALUES TO $195 $ Group No. 4 COATS IN HUDSON SEAL MOLE SQUIRREL JERSEY MUSKRAT Values to $325 Group No. 5 COATS IN , PERSIAN LAMB GENUINE KRIMMER CHOICE HUDSON SEAL ALASKA SEAL Values to $435 295 Furs Make An Ideal Christmas Gift I I Wouldn't your wife or daughter be surprised, and very happy ££ to wake Christmas morning and find a new Fur Piece or Fur ,-^ Coat? Take this as a tip, you men, remember a Fur Coat, Jacket, !£* Scarf or Muff makes an ideal Christmas Gift. Any one may be j*. purchased on our convenient payment plan. ^ OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT MASON CITY FUR SHOPPE H.H.HIRSCH 217 NORTH FEDERAL R.S.HIRSCH i

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