Christian Renewal Mission A Christian renewal mission will open at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 421 E. Bluff Street, on March 28, the fourth Sunday of Lent. The mission will be conducted by two Capuchin fathers, Ambrose DeGroot and Caspar Stollenwerk. Both are noted preachers and devote all their time to preaching parish missions and retreats and renewals for religious throughout the Midwest, according to Msgr. Leo Lenz, pastor. They will preach at all masses March 28 to open the mission and will conduct special services each Fr. Caspar Stollenwerk evening until the mission closes on April 3. Msgr. Lenz urges his parishioners to set aside these days during Lent and to use them for the express purpose I SMILE AWHILE vxA/CASE POWERS EQUIP. '"OUSTER STEW5 A 6000 INVESTMENT 1OU SOMETIMES FIND A PEARU IN OYSTER TO HECK WITH THE PEARLS- I'M LOOKING FOR OYSTERS' UXXIN6 FOR A 6000 \ INVESTMENT? TRY CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT NOU'U. 66T MORE THAN YOUR MONEVS WORTH AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! 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In his announcement, made before a gathering of local supporters at the Page County court house with members of his family — Fulk said that liberty, freedom, and the rights of people should be a greater issue in 1976 than it was in 1776. Fulk said the cost of government must be reduced, because reducing and balancing of the federal budget will return more control of government to local people, return more decision making to the individual, make for more permanent, lasting and stable prosperity which all starts with the service and production of the individual worker. Fulk graduated from the Clarinda High School, received an animal science degree from Iowa State University, was a Marine for over 4 years during World War II, managed several farms in Cass, Montgomery, and Mills Counties, was Page County Record $336.1 Million Paid in State Income Taxes Kenneth Fulk extension direttor and field representative for Iowa Beef Producers for 5 years and has been the secretary manager of the Iowa State Fair. Fulk is a member of the American Legion, Iowa Farm Bureau, Presbyterian Church, the Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Temple, Alpha Zeta-Agricultural Honorary Society, Gamma Sigma Delta-Honor Society of Agriculture, and the Marine Corps League. He is married to the former Helen Shaffer of Clarinda and they have five daughters Sandra, Jennifer, Bobbie, Connie, and Patty. By Harrison Weber (Iowa Dilly Preu Association) , DBS MOINES — The year 1974 was another banner year for Iowa farmers and, in turn, for the state revenue department. A statistical report released this week shows that last year farmers paid $62.4 million in individual income tax on money earned in 1974. Although that represents a gain of only $400,000 or .75 per cent, over the previous year it indicates that farmers' income has stabilized. In 1972 farmers paid $36.5 million in individual income tax and only $16.8 million in 1971. Altogether lowans paid a record $336.1 million in 1974 in individual income tax, an increase of 12.8 per cent, or $38.3 million, over the previous year when $297.8 million was collected. Once again, those Tlmet Herald, Carroll, la. -i f\ Thursday, March 25, 1776 I V tv , ,,(,11. ,ti titmH individuals in the $10,000 to $15,000 bracket made up the largest category, collectively they paid $86.2 million. Fourteen people, each of whom had incomes in excess of $150,000, ended up paying no state income tax. On the other hand, there were 461 people with incomes of $150,000 or more who collectively paid $3.6 million in income taxes. State Revenue Director Gerald Bair said 1,380,908 lowans filed tax returns for income earned in 1974, an increase of 4.89 per cent over the previous year. Approximately 3 per cent of the total returns filed, 46,984 returns, were filed by non-residents. Of these 25,489 or 54 per cent had a tax liability amounting to nearly $6.4 million. This represents an 8 per cent increase in the number of taxable returns and a 26 per cent increase in the tax liability. A review of 1974 returns shows some interseting breakdowns in the use of standard and itemized deductions. The standard deduction was used by 58 per cent of the total filers, or 796,880 filers of which 523,587 or 66 per cent had a tax liability. This compares to 584,000 filers who used itemized deductions of which 511,868 or 88 per cent had a tax liability. 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