Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 17, 1958 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 17, 1958
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IOWA'S NEW POINT SYSTEM FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY X'Ulilla 1. i- Z. lU ' bU.->p>.ii.i.uil --• i inji uliui-l illnu > i •- v. 1. ^ I. l^^iC ^1 ti.ili^, LjitjLuOi ol ,4. Perjury 5. Leaving scene of p „..., accident (ur death) 6. Speeding in excess 01 -u ^.n n uvui limit 7. Driving while license suspended 8. Unlawful use of h• ii..-.>.9. Violation ot restiii.ii.-j lici.-n.-u 10. 2nd offense of reckless dm nit 11. 3rd speeding offense in 12 month.; 12. Failure to report accident 13. Leaving scene of accident (property damype) **14. Reckless driving or careless driving 15. Speeding (11 to 20 MPI1 over limit) **16. Improper passing ••17. Stop sign **18. Traffic signal 19. Failure to have control •*20. Wrong side of road 21. Speeding (5 to 10 MPH over limin 22. Failure to signal **23. Imlproper turning "24. Following too closely 25. Failure to dim 26. Faulty equipment 27. All other warninc nnd memorandum ••28. If Accident — Add 2 Points Five points will bo dndurtrv) from his record if n person points and drives for 1? months accident and violation free mediately following the last net inn. 1U 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 7 7 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 o im- meeting Saturday evening at the home of the President, Mrs. John Wilson. Marvin Buckmaster was hired as caretaker, and other plans made for the season. * • • • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warner and Gary attended an anniversary dinner Sunday in the Percy Foster home at Sumner for the wedding anniversaries of the Fosters and of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickleman, Waverly and Mr. Warners birthday anniversary. Mrs. Pickleman is an aunt of Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Warner. Mrs. Russell Dickinson was a medical patient at Palmer Me mcrial hospital from Sunday till Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Durey attended the centennial at the Baptist church at Lament Sunday. 17 APRIL If this is not done, Dr, Murray said, the taxpayers will be pinched in two ways — on the amount that they pay, and in what they get for tho tax they pay in schools, roads, and tax- supported state institutions. Also, Dr. Murray said, unless Iowa keeps abreast of the tax adjustments needed by its expanding agricultural-industrial .status, possible additional industry will stay out of the state, and more than half of the stale's youth will continue to leave its border. "An expanding industry in TVmrtmfnt of Prblie PnfHv LIMA NEWS The Happy Valley Club met Wednesday with Mrs. Wesley Talcott. Nine members answered roll with miscellaneous items. Mrs. Ralph Keig. Jr. had a contest on State Capitols and UK- club elected officers as follows: Mrs. Keig, Jr. President: Mrs. Ralph Keig, Sr. Vice President: Mrs. Wesley Talcott Secretary: and Mrs. Frank Poor, Treasurer. The Volga Valley Club met Thursday with Mrs. Russell Dickinson. Eight members present. Roll call, miscellaneous program. Discussion remodeling kitchens. Fxchangp of plants and bulbs. • • • • Wesley Talcott and Jostin, Robert Olson, Kaye and Richard Van Sickle were among those fnnn Fayette attending Science Fair at Cedar Falls Saturday. • • « • The Ladies Cemetery Association held their annual Spring Murray Says Taxes Are UnQual SIOUX CITY — Changes in the tax status of much property in Iowa is inevitable as the state proceeds from an agricultural to an expanding agricultural-and- industrial basis, and the owners of this property can depend on only the alertness of their state government to insure their equitable tax treatment, Dr. William G. Murray, candidate for the republican nomination for governor, said here today. Inequities for the individual taxpayer will develop unless the governor understands the altered situations, recommends to the legislature measures for relief, and cooperates with the lawmakers to bring the necessary legislation, Dr. Murray sold, Iowa", Dr. Murray sdd, "will slow down the heavy export of brains. One desirable adjustment Which will attract new industry and encourage expansion of present plants is the establishment of a stable, dependable and fair tax system. Property valuations, for instance, are not uniform in all areas, and the burden of the property tax varies widely throughout the state. Industry should pay its fair share of the tax load, but, like all citizens, it wants a good set of tax laws, and wants them enforced uniformly". Iowa Development Digest Uses Quote live. Iowa for Industry, Too has much to give. < The quote was prominently From Albright Poem displayed at the end of the_ re- The Iowa Development Digest, putolished by the Iowa Develop' merit Commission has used a quote from a poem by E. N. Albright in its March-April 1958 issue. The quote was: Iowa's Food helfps Millions P ( °, rt , w ' th j£ ««"* given cttc s Mr ' Albr « ht The notation of the Fayette man's name was sent to the LEADER by State Rep, B. R. Balch of Black Hawk County who noticed it. FISH FRY FARM BUREAU BUILDING Friday, April 18 Sponsored by the men of St. Francis Church Serving from 5:30 to 8:00 Adults $1.25 Children .60c DOOR PRIZES SPECIALS Minute STEAKS lb. Fresh SIDE PORK lb. 79c 49c Fresh Frying d*1 OC CHICKENS each<DJL&U Betty Crocker CAKE & FROSTING MIX MIRICLE WHIP Eatwell PORK & BEANS KOOLAID ..... 29c qt. D«fC 2 No 2 We [* cans *J*J\* U pkgs. £t)C SMITH & SONS MKT WATCH NEXT WEEK'S for the ANNOUNCEMENT and RULES 1958 Subscription Contest >''<f'<t -J'.lVJ

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