Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 6, 1974 · Page 10
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Legal Publications SIDE GLANCES by Gili Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner NOTICE OK INCORPORATION OF SCHUMACHER & SON. INC. NOTICE IS HKRKBY GtVKN HAT: I. Schumacher & Son. Inc. has been incorporated under the Iowa Business Corporation Act, Chapter 496A. Iowa Code (1973). II. The date of the beginning of this corporation's existence was April 9. 197-1. and the period of duration of said corporation is perpetual. III. The corporation shall have unlimited power to engage in, and to do any lawful act concerning any and all lawful business (or which corporations may be organized under that act. IV. The aggregate number of shares which the corporation shall have authority to issue is ten thousand shares of common stock at a par value of $500.00 per share. V. The address of the initial registered office of the corporation is R.H.tl. Box 31. Carroll. Iowa, and the name of its registered agent at such address is Joseph Schumacher. VI. The names and addresses of the directors as designated in the Articles of Incorporation arc: Joseph P. Schumacher R R.ttl. Box 31. Carroll. Iowa 51401 Paul N. Schumacher R.R.*1. Box 32. Carroll. 51401 Marie Schumacher K.R.S1. Box 32. Carroll. 51401 Dated this 3rd clay of 1974. Joseph P. Schumacher President Schumacher & Son. Inc. May 6. 1974 Iowa Mav. municipalities which are eligible for seventy-five percent grants under (he federal Water ('dilution Control Ai't Amendments of 1972 eighty-six (Htii slat, ei^ht nun- ' dred sixteen i8l6t. an amount equal to five percent of the amount approved as the eligible i'ost of the project by the Iowa water quality commission: $li.157.870 $-0— Sec. 'i. U is tlw iment of \hc Heneral assembly that the increased appropriation provided for in section one lit of this Act which is itx addition to the appropriation provided for in Acts of the Sixty-fifth Oeneral Assembly. UVT.i Session, chapter seventy-six i7fii. section one ill. subsection two (2i shall be used to pay five percent of the eligible costs of the construction of the sewage treatment works for the following city. town, sanitary district or other public agencies: Public Agency Alden ..." $ V3.420 Allerton fi,570 Alton 3.120 Amana Sanilary District 16.470 HaniToli Ul.KW! Ha\anl H.l.id Honaparte Braddyville Hreda &-^« Callender 8.270 Calumet :! - 1:!l) «ii * f\ OQC\ V. H't'Oll lU.OiJv 13 Centevviile 18-880 14. Clinton 335.000 15. Clutter 3.050 \ti. Conesvitte 3.S70 CoonHapids 15.980 Davenport 789.320 Davis City 3.520 Fort Madison 196.470 Frederika 3.220 Gm-ner 18-090 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, May 6, 1974 11 41. Muscaline (515.980 42. Newton = 2B.370 43. Nichols -'.4W 44. Osatfo I''-™ 1 45. ParkersburK B.HWI 46. Parkview Sanitary District 5.U40 49. 2. 4. I'ierson t - |:i(1 Pistil .'(--'HO 50. Quimby -1.540 51. Keinbeek 7.300 52. Knock's 4.74(1 5.1 Sac City 2H.OII) 54. Schleswif; 1.340 55. Shelby 5.900 .%'. Sheldon 44.H50 Smilhland 4.H70 Department ol Social Services iKiverview Release C'enter> I own. s\ml in the C'.vvvi»ll Daily Times Herald. «\ newspaper published in Carroll. Iowa. Arthur A. Neu President of the Senate Andrew Varlcy Speaker of I ho House 1 hereby certify thnt this hill originated in (lit 1 Senate- and is known ;is Si-iwlr File 1378. Sixly- lil'lli General Assembly. Ralph R. Brown Secretary of the Senate Approvcil May 2. 1974 Robert D. Ray Governor Miivfi. 1974 57 1.700 10. II 12. STATE OF IOWA GENERAL ASSEMBLY SENATE FILE 1378 AN ACT TO APPROPRIATE FROM THE GENERAL FUND OF THE STATE TO THE SEWAGE WORKS TREATMENT CONSTRUCTION FUND. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. Acts of the Sixty-fifth General Assembly. 1973 Session, chapter seventy-six t76t. section one Hi. subsection two i2i. is amended to read as follows: 2. For paying to those 17. 1H. 19. •20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. •16. 27. 28. CO. Tama »••/"" 1)1. I'rbana 4 - :!KO tt'2 West Hurliimton 75.01H) 63. West Liberty I2 ; «2" 64. Williams fi - 4;! 0 lif) Williamsbiiru 11.H4I) Sec. 3. It is the intent of the general assembly that the slate will continue to provide an amount equal to five percent of the estimated cost of eligible •sewage I real men! works, however each individual sewage treatment work must be approved item by item by future general assemblies. Sec. 4. This Act. hcinu deemed of immediate importance, shall lake effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Ankeny I'vess-CitUen. a newspaper published in Ankeny. Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales All types of auctions will be • run in this Auction Calendar FRKK if we have the advertising copy of your ad in our office. . KVKRV SATURDAY AT I P.M. Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Dairy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY— 7:30 P.M. Carroll Livestock Sales. TUESDAY. JUNE U- 1:30 P.M. Frank Polking Kstatc — 120 Acre land nnr- tion. Located 2 miles west & "i north of Breda. Meryl Kerkhoff and Loren Albrecht. auctioneers. Read The Want Ads "The invitation said 'dress optional. 1 What do they think we are... streakers?" THE BORN LOSER You could buy onefor me, g Mom.an d I could use the by Art Sansom r 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Greeley L890 Grundv Center I4.H30 Holland • n -'-"° Hopkinton 25 -" 50 Iowa Great Lakes Sanitary District 47.310 Jefferson - 15 - 970 Keokuk 275.000 Ladora •*- l '° Lenox 5 - )1() Leon 12.020 Mallard 3.490 Malvern 8.090 Manly '-- 370 Mar .lc Hock 5-HO McCallsburg 3-330 Milton • 4 - 9 ^° Morning Sun 11.450 BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 NEW LISTING 1 Block walking distance from St. Lawrence. 3 Bedroom ranch style home. Completely carpeted. Convenient country size kitchen. Gas furnace and central air. Call-. Pat Beck 792-1134 or Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 6: """ ri ONE OF NORTHWEST CARROLL'S FINEST 4-Bedroom home — lots of closet space, full dry basement with finished recreation room. 5th bedroom in basement. Covered patio with gas grill. electric garage door opener. Must be seen to appreciate! Call today! JUal f state 63 1US lk Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson - 792-9605 Excellent northside location - 2 fireplaces^ Featuring large living room with fireplace and dining room, full dry basement, with finished recreation room, with fireplace. Breeze way with attached garage. 2 blocks from St. Lawrence Church — 2 blocks from Carroll High School. Hurry this one won't last'. Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson — 792-9605 63-106-tfc WE NEED PEOPLE We offer opportunities. Masons. Crew located in Carroll. Skilled or common laborer. Will train. No experience necessary. Transportation, furnished. Top wages plus overtime. Profit-sharing. Hospitalization. Paid holidays. Year round work. Good chance for advancement. Join a growing company. For information, call 792-3314 or call collect 612-395-2531. LESTER'S of MINNESOTA, inc. Lester Prarie, Minnesota M-KK-'JU- -Junior Editors 1 Quiz on r-Junior Eitors uz on NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNDS Answer to Previous Puzzle Winds ACROSS 1 Strong breeze 5 Move, as wind 9 Well-skilled 11 Member of a Biblical nation 14 Inner court 15 Caucasian country 16 Wading bird 18 Haunts 19 Zodiac sign 22 Assam silkworms 24 Pig's home 25 Atmospheric 27 Instances 29 Slight breeze 31 Puff of air 35 City in Alabama 36 Blood deficiency i var.) 37 Gastropod mollusk 40 Planet 41 Tibetan gazelle 44 Wind blasts 46 Encountered 47 Against 490ne-masied vessel 51 Affirm again 53 winds 57 Gentle winds 58 Legislator 59 Roman god of love 60 Unwelcome plant DOWN 1 Lacuna 2 Ohio town 3 Permit 4 Homeric 5 North wind 6 Escape i slang i 7 Jesse's father iBib.i 8 Port and claret 10 Ripped 11 Craze 12 Hue 13 Tranquil 17 Roguish 19 Work rooms i coll.) 20 Hibernian's homeland 21 Soviet city 23 Stitched together 26 Sweet potatoes 28 Noah's eldest son (Bib. i 30 Chinese dynasty 32 Holy man of Islam 13 Dismiss i coll. i 34 Rapid :j(j.Singing voice 38 South wind 39 Small islands 4V Veslmenl 42 Singular performer 43 Bewildered (2 wds.i 4b Drunkards 48 Newspaper paragraph 50,Ship's forepart 52 Nitrogen i comb, form i 54 Malted beverage 55 Female deer 56 Conclusion by Heimdohl & Stoffal BUGS BUNNY LUIGl'S HAS THE BEST TX ITALIAN FOOD IN TOWN/ J A . : MY COMPLEMENTS \ TO THE CHEF... THE VEAL SCALLOPINI I WAS DEUQOUS/ } GENTLY, MY GOOD MAM, GENTLY/ THERE HE GOES AGAIN... SYLVESTER _ GETT1N' &OUMCED O~\ FER , MOOCKIN A MEAL/ by Al Vermeer PRJSCILLA'S POP AN»D TWEM VOO \WENT IhJTO BUSINESS FOP YOURSELF, DID YOU EARN I GOT •50 CErKTS FOR BA&V- RieV-TT UP TO WHEN I GOT SAARRIED 11 SlTTIMS WHENJ YOU WERE A GIRL? by Frank Hill SHORT RIBS IN,THE MELLOW PAGES UNDER CONTRACTORS. DONT WE DO SOME ADVERTISING? WE AlNT HAD A CONTRACT ON NOBOPV ] 1 KNOW IN A WEEK / / PUM DUM BUSINESS IS AWFUL SLOW; BIOAL. by Howie Schneider EEK & MEEK ARE APPROACH (WG MOKE- THAAJ THAT / STATE BRIDGE MAXIMUM IWEISHT- 13 FRANK AND ERNEST (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSU ) QUESTION: What are Norwegian elkhounds'.' n the deep forests of Norway and Sweden It is a most Versatile dog and was a fearless guardian ot lonely farms, Thlrder of flocks and occasionally a hauler o sleds L ke aH northern dogs, the Norwegian elkhound -has thick coat of coarse hair and a bushy, plume- ike u curled over its hind quarter. It stands about 20 inches States, on farms and in lumber camps. by Bob Thovcs —•—••—• X THINK WE'D BETTER START TEACHING HIM TO SAY WANT A CELERY; a prize.) by Dove Groue ALLEY OOP ...OTHERWISE, W6^ WELL, I^MIGKT WAVE HAD (3LAD IT /TO DIDN'T 4 THE HAPPEN TO AW NOT MUCH. TANGLED WVTH ...WHAT WAS THAT BUSINESS WITH FOOZV AL\ABOUT? PBfXJBCT JV PRETTV BAD, THAT'S ALL /

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