Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 10, 1958 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 10, 1958
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Minimum Charged Classified 50c per line. Classified (National) 18c per line Classified Display (National) 77c Col. inch. Card of Thanks SI.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Classified Display (Local) 70c per per col. inch. Classified (Local) 15c per lino. Blind Classified Advertising 20c FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHKL sand, aggregate Pea Gravel, <iack dirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Kandali. -hone 0617. (3-TF) ^OTt SALE — See or call me for High Fielding Pioneer ;•<•'• i anu A.T. Vernal or A.!. K;«t..« Alfalfa seed. Both oilmcd. I. F. Shaffer. Fayette. Phone White 225 (40-41-42-43-44-45) FOR SALE — New native lumber and dressed tame rabbits. Roland Gray, Fayette. (41) FOR SALE — 2 sofa bedsT TV and table. Ironer. McLeesc- Leytze Furniture Store. (41) FOR SALE — 800 bales 'of clover alfalfa hay, no rain. 150 bales of straw. James McSweeney, Randalia, Iowa. Ph. 0307 (41-42) FOR RENT — Small garden lot. Mrs. S. S. Davis. Ph. Red 114 (41) FOUND — Pair of glasses in hand-tooled ease. Bi-Focals. Dr. Rathburn's name in case. Left at Harry's Cities Service Station. Call at Leader and pay for ad. NOTICE I'll not be in my office April 12, 13, 14, and 15. Reason: Optometrist Convention. Dr. Robinson.. (41) WANTED — Bids on work in Cemetery. Bids must be in by Saturday, April 12th. to Sec,, Mrs. Floyd McFarlane. (41): WANTED — Gardens to plow. Phone Black 65. J.L. Welsh (41-42) WANTED — Antics; dishes, bells, old iron ware< anything old. Herry Thies, Waterloo, Iowa. 1782 Independence Ave. (41-42) WANTED — Farm Work. UIU college student, age 20, grew up on farm. Lots of experience with machinery. 'Phone Blue 105 and 1 aske for Calvin Hickman. (41) NOTICE I'll not be in my office April 12, 13, 14, and 15. Reason: Optometrist Convention. Dr. Robinson.. (41) WANTED — A house to rent, permanently. I forgot to see Fayette Insurance Agency before my own home burned down. 'i:.n(.*se Lilac —Dense growing, most prolific bloomer — heavy 10-24 in. plants. $1.25 plants now only 79c. 3 per customer. Amoor River Privet — popular and widely used hedge. Deep green, glossy foliage, trim or can be grown natural. 12-15 in. grade 20 plants for only $1.05. Our regular price $3.00. For packing and mailing of either special add COc. Piatt's Nursery Oelwein, Iowa Farmers & Landowners For all oarth moving, ponds. Terracing, Ditching, etc. Timber and Brushland clearing — Contact Robert (Bob) Swehla, H.F.D. No. 1 Fayette. Phono 1902 '">Mer you Armours Fertilizer today. Dumermuth & Fay, Fayette, Iowa 34 May 15 Avon Cosmetics help you earn as you learn — Opening in Hawkeye for woman who qualifies — write to Edna V. McCarty, P.O. Box 352, Dubuque (40-41-42) CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all our friends and neighbors for their cards, messages, calls, flowers and gifts upon the birth of our son. Also the doctor, nurses 10 APRIL 1058 MURRAY continued from page 1) And after I announced my can<acv the first publication from • i/'icp ft.ited a; a prime poli- pi.o;•: 'oimicnt. One house if tin 1 general assembly should 1 c based on population, the other on area." Reapportionment liould be made because it is fair, it is logical, is for the best interests of the stale. I sincerely hope that it will be made. As governor, I would use every proper influence at my command to encourage and assist the legislature to make the reapportionment. The experience of former legislatures indicates that there will lie many reepportionmcnt plans offered, and it is very probable that no ope plan will be adopted in its exact entirely. The result probably will be a compromise in which the legislators give and take a bit to furnish to the state the reapportionment that could not be obtained at all otherwise. Most certainly, the governor and the legislators should go into office in 1959 with the firm determination that they will give the state the reapportionment and hospital staff. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Gooken CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank Father Shekleton and all my neighbors, friends and relatives for the cards, flowers, gifts, masses and prayers, besides all other kindness extended to me while in the Veteran's Hospital at Iowa City. James McSweeney SPECIALS Red Sockeye SALMON __. Van Camps TUNA lb. can icans Cudahy's PORK & GRAVY can Frozen STRAWBERRIES Rath's MULBERRY BACON SALT PORK SW1FTN1NG Eatwell 1 CATSUP COLA DRINK 79c 49c 39c 4 for 89c ____ ib. 39c .... ib. 39c 3 lb tm 79c 2 ^ 37c . bottles 89c i SMITH & SONS MKT that fairness and \pp\c, na weU as the law demands. If I am the governor, I pledge that I shall give all the aid that my recommendations and c*un- el can afford to the legisltors. '^apportionment will come. I believe, .itily if the governor in, ' legislator counsel together and cooperate. The governor and the legislature each has its own separate and distinct .place in state government, and the sensible cooperation of the two is necessary for good government. Many of the issues of today can be resolved only through action by the legislature, although the governor should recommend and cooperate on every issue with the two houses. The governor can, and should, make known his stand on every issue, and he should make strong recommendations to the legislature. But, there can be no tax changes, for instance, without legislative action, no matter how sfrqhgiy thp governor, may urge. them. There can be no capital expenditures at the state institutions without legislative action. Thei e can be no state aid to schools without legislative action, etc. And so on, through the whole list of current issues. ' n ' ,; as I am concerned as a e i iiilate for the nomination for governor, I shall continue to state plainly and strongly my stand on all issues. I wont there to be no mistake on that. And I pledge that I shall counsel and cooperate with the legislature to resolve these issues. Farm Bureau Leader Tells Of Tax Inequity Extensive research on Iowa'» tax structure "further demonstrates" the inequities in taxes on property, according to Harry Storey, Iowa Farm Bureau legislative director. "Mere ownship of property — once. forwldefed a lair, measure of ability to pay taxes — is placing an undue /portion of the cost of government on two major groups of Iowans," Storey said. "Small businessmen and farmers are both required, by the nature of their operations, to own considerable property and inventory. They pay heavy property taxes — whether they earn an income from the business or not." Farm Bureau's comprehensive tax-structure study followed a policy decision by its membership to de-emphasize the property tax as a source of revenue. The organization has not yet recommender any specific move toward using a more equitable tax base as a replacement, but is urging stale-wide community and township study and discussion, of this matter during the WHY? ALL THE FUSS AND MUSS OF HOME BUTCHERING? Why not step into our large, large refrigerators where you will find ions of fresh beef with that delicious corn-fed flavor and pick a side or quarter from the beef of Your Choicer All our beef is slaughtered, cooled and aged under the strictest sanitary conditions. If you wish it will be cut and wrapped while you wait. SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK SIDES Hind Quarters Priced Accordingly Cut and Wrapped _.„. 38 c .03c YOUR CHOICE BEEF CO. '/i Mile South on Highway 150 West Union, Iowa .-* Snop-A-Part.^ ^ 1 spring and summer months. "We foresee no rutel -urban conflict on this matter," Storey said. 'The tay is just as inequitable for a town and city property owner as it is for farmers. The state legislature has repeatedly recognized the inequity, and tried to level the load with homestead exemptions, agricultural land tax credit, the road use tax and other devices. "We believe it is now time to review these stop-gap measures. We believe the voters of Iowa can and will agree that state and local tax revenues should come from the most fair tax base which can be developed. The recent removal of one-half cent of the sales tax, coupled with a parallel two-year increase of some $30 million in property taxes, is a reverse step." STOP TROUBLE BEFORE IT STARTS Avoid delays on the road. One stop here keeps you going safely Ask about our customer courtesy policy. HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE AfO/VEV Lucky Auto number this week is 33-3742 Test Line 200 Of PAPER NAPKINS count «jDC Royalty Diced or crushed PINEAPPLE BROOMS KOOL AID Fayette Creamery BUTTER Ld cans 49c Third Can for 10c 25c off each Broom —_ U pkgs. 25c ib. 59c ONION SETS lb. 23c LETTUCE head 29c BISCUIT MIX p kg. 29c Goeken's Food Mkt Phone 10 - Fayette, Iowa Watch 1958 Subscription Contest

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