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PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Official Publication ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, DEC. 15, 1972 Page 6 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOP. EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTES OF THE ESTATE OF Harvey Liliand, Decc-is<*£. PF.03i.TE NO. 5P7: NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADVIN'KTRATOF. AXDVC- TICE TO CSEKTORS TO ALL PERSONS INTESESTET. IN THE 2*7*7?- OF fitne' Li— You are rx-i't? 7>x.jiii'Z rht: cir the 12 da.-' a !«?;... 1 f "L. t?i£ urv oersigiKc wis tax.xxifi *dn-.ii<- istratcvr a" S£ir N.TDC* is herein cr^ec tl. .ofcrs-cws quesuti tc mast \.~z?-i-tx.:£ pajrssrn: :c ths xoer*i£7*£'i aai cier* :c it- wf narr*c c..>^.;: ii :rci»e; sj £..*»ce. £rc jr_c '5 .s so O.ec * itr.c six rixrs freer. irt s^e-crc pch- .:^5 .:j:r of :r:s rcor-j ..r^es.s clair-.i sh&L the ret a: K :orev- :T >Cr. L Pe'.zsr 51324. 22 da- -*:ile. 3a»a 51354 second publication af December. 1972. 'Dec. 15. 22, 1972) p. THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATT EH Lois K. Lamb, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 5072 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Lois K. Lamb Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 11 day of Dec, 1972, the undersigned was appointed ad- minisiraior of said estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided bylaw, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice 'unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 11 day of Dec, 1972. The Emmet County State Bank Administrator of said Estate Estherviile, Iowa Anderson i Pelzer Attorneys for said Administrator Estherviile, Iowa Date of second publication 22 day of December, 1972 '•Dec. 15, 22, 1972) NOTICE OF INCORPORATION lr, acrocdarjce with the provisions a" Sec tier. 4*^.52. Code of iow* : 1S7T oxice is hereby giver, at" the incorporation of Lunar Rt-enftitirca.! Corporatior, of F.S- itenille, io>"i- 1. 7"hr races of the corpora- ucc is Litsir Recreational Cor- r>ce*:i:c. wtich is -.-c-orpGratec onck-r Chapter 4«A. Code of lo*•* Ir72\ L The corporate existence be- rar cr. Nc-. er^ber 22. 1£72. and r is incorporated perpetually. L. Tie purpose for which it is orjv.iisc as sated ir. its Articles of Incorporation is to engage is, arc to do a_-> lawful act c-oo«r=.r^E as? and ail lawful KiSirjtsscS tor which corpera- "..x.; rr^y be organized ur.der ITS provisions of the Iowa Bus- rwss Corporations Act 4. The aggregate number of shares which the corporation has aiKhc-ritj tc issue is 1000 shares of conusor, stock of a par value of SlCO.-X' each. 5. The rsarre of Lhe registered age.-; is Thomas A. Davies, and the address of the initial registered office the corporation is Thomas A. Davies, Highway 9 *est. EsthervLie, Emmet Cown- 6. The rare and address of its director as designated in the Articles of Incorporation is: Thomas A. Davies, Highway 9 rtest, Estherviile, Iowa Dated at Estherviile, Iowa, this 27th day of November, 1972. LUNAR RECREATIONAL CORPORATION By. Thomas A. Davies President and Secretary- Treasurer (Dec. 15, 1972) Council Approves November Bills OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY Of" ESTHERVILLE, IOWA IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Anna Leo, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 5077 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Anna Leo Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 13th day of December, 1972, the last will and testament of Anna Leo deceased bearing date of the 23rd day of February, 1960, «as admitted to probate in the above named court and that Ivadelle Leo Reinesch and F. E. Rosendahl were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named KuhfussSays Ag Outlook Is Bright LOS ANGELES (AP) - The economic outlook for the American agricultural industry in 1973 is promising, says William J. Kuhfuss, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation. Kuhfuss, a grain and livestock grower of Mackinaw, HI., expressed his views Thursday as the federation wound up its annual convention. But he tempered his projection by saying the level of U.S. farmers' prosperity depends in large part on whether the international economy remains at current high levels. He noted that a heavy demand for agricultural products has reduced surpluses and placed farmers in a more advantageous position in the market. And, Kuhfuss said, the likelihood of continued grain sales to the Soviet Union would add substantially to American farmers' income. The federation Thursday approved a policy aimed at diminishing and eventually eliminating government subsidies and production controls in the agricultural industry. Voting delegates approved a resolution saving that Congress should enact new farm programs "so that farmers ultimately will not be dependent on government payments but will earn their income in the marketplace." Kuhfuss said he expected that the 93rd Congress convening next month would be under pressures to curb government spending. "This will no doubt have influence on what happens in regard to government farm payments," he said. "With 95 per cent of the American population being nonfarmers, pressures from them to cut government speiJing will have influence on congressmen who largely represent urban constituencies." Roger Fleming, secretary- treasurer of the federation, noted that while the farmers themselves, as represented by the federation, seek to end subsidies, it is generally recognized that once a subsidies program has been enacted by Congress, it is difficult to phase it out. That, he said, is because vested interests want the gov- 1. Council roe: in regular ses- sLx". calied to order by Mayor Fod*roerg on Monday. December 4. 1J72, at 7:30 p.m. 2. ROLL CALL - Roll call showed the follow Lng members present: Meadows. Ridout, Kolpin. Bra shear, Kuitala— 5. Absent: KoHasch— 1. 3. MINUTES - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the miriutes of the November 2C«th and November 22nd cour.cii proceedings be approved. 4. SIDEWALK REMOVAL On a motion dtilv made, seconded, and carried that the request by Mr. Lawrence Dickinson for permission to permanently remove most of the existing sidewalk in front of 1215 Third Avenue North be approved. 5. BILLS — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the bills for the month of November be approved. GENERAL FUND Anderson-Schenck Supplies Brads haw £ Short Supplies Coast to Coast Supplies Council's Salaries Meetings Emmet Co. Recorder Services Estherviile Daily News Publications Estherviile Laundry Services Evan. Good Samaritan Easement Hardware Hec. Supplies Ind. Safety Assoc. Registration Fee Ingram, S.iL Refund Jacobs on-Westergard Services Meyer Elec. Supplies N.W. Bell Telephone Bills S171.73 12.35 11.07 30.00 6..50 344.65 33.37 i.00 19.48 30.00 37.50 31.50 .50 57.00 Payroll No. 23 Payroll 927.12 Payroll No. 24 Payroll 853.37 Peoples Nat. Gas Bills 139.28 Recreation Fund Transfers 3,500.00 Stulf s Auto Supply Supplies 11.12 Typewriter Exchange Supplies 20.50 Woodley, Steve Expenses 8.90 Am. Linen Supply Services 12.25 Cooke, J. P. Co. Supplies 25.05 Dust-Tex. Svc. Services 13.80 Emmetsburg Rendering Services 15.00 InrM Mun. Clerks Membership 25.00 Iowa Plumbing Insp. Dues 5.00 League of Mun. Book 3.00 Naf 1 Safety C. Membership 67.60 Pitney Bowes Equipment 36.72 Precision Lab. Supplies 107.68 Royalgo, Inc. Easement 1.00 Spirit Lake Beacon Supplies 174.00 Xerox Corp. Equipment 13.50 Total General Fund S6.752.54 STREET FUND StalFs F. & K. Supplies 10.56 Stulr's Auto Supplv Supplies 78.82 Valen Ford Supplies 31.S3 Welding Supply Supplies 39.25 All Wheel Drive Supplies 135.55 Brown Sup Co. Supplies 27.36 Iowa State Indus. Supplies 84.95 Pitney Bowes Equipment 36.72 Sears & Roebuck Supplies 2.78 Standard Oil Account 2S2.04 Steffen Body Co. Supplies 31.33 Xerox Corp. Equipment 13.50 Total Street Fund S17,649.35 PUBLIC SAFETY FUND Anderson-Schenck Supplies S 9.00 Burrell Oil Co. Account 266.55 Coast to Coast Supplies 26.25 Dahl, Richard Expenses 17.50 Dieken, Jerl Expenses 19.75 Elec. Motor Svc. Supplies 9.20 Emmet Co. Cr. Com. School 182.18 Estherviile Laundry Services 26.59 Fareway Stores, Inc. Supplies 9.84 Hammond Oil Co. Account 485.12 Hardware Elec. Supplies Supplies 4.52 ni. Mut Life Insurance 149.49 Leonard, Bill Expenses 10.60 Miller, Earl Expenses 14.30 Motor Sup. Co. Supplies 10.80 N.W. Bell Telephone Bills 124.56 Niemoth Printing Supplies 69.95 Olson Electric Supplies 8.70 Payroll No. 23 Payroll 4,995.16 Payroll No. 24 Payroll 4,648.80 Sea Horse Car Wash Account 8.00 Stulr's Auto Sup. Supplies 76.89 district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allow- erf uiient to keep on paying part ance; and unless so filed within 01 ^ Dills six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 13th day of December, 1972. Ivadelle Leo Reinesch and F. E. Rosendahl Executors of said Estate Estherviile, Iowa Rosendahl & Forsyth Attorneys for said Executors Estherviile, Iowa Date of second publication 22 day of December, 1972. (Dec. 15, 22, 1972) The federation also asked Congress to provide farmers with protection against strikes and boycotts. A resolution urged that boycotts against farm products be banned, and that strikes during critical periods of growing, harvesting and marketing crops be prohibited. Of all the 132 islands, shoals, state of Hawaii, only seven islands are inhabited to any real Recreation degree. These are Hawaii, Maui, Transfer Molokai, Lanai, Oahu, Kauai, and Sieg Co. Niihau. Supplies Anderson, Ed Expenses S 3.91 Anderson-Schenck Supplies 59.09 Burrell Oil Co. Account 29.43 Council's Salaries Meetings 30.00 Donovan Motors Services 27.02 Elec. Motor Svc. Supplies 110.53 Estherviile Concrete Supplies 264.51 Estherviile Scrap Iron Supplies 37.20 Garry's Body Shop Services 30.00 Hammond Oil Co. Account 28.56 Hardware Elec. Supplies 2.90 111. Mut. Life Insurance 271.80 Ja cobs on- We s te rga r d Services 208.38 Joyce Lumber Co. Supplies 85.34 K & S Lumber Co. Supplies 240.32 Motor Supply Co. Supplies 70.15 Nicol, Cliff Expenses 30.78 N.W. Bell Telephone Bills 75.19 Peoples Nat. Gas Bills 230.81 Typewriter Exchange Supplies 77.09 Total Public Safety Fund Sll,250.84 SANITATION FUND Anderson-Schenck Supplies S 78.48 Bagan & Sons Clothing 19.50 Brashear, L. M. Expenses 75.00 Burrell Oil Co. Account 66.53 Coast to Coast Supplies 1.16 Council's Salaries Meetings 20.00 D.E.K. Elec. Coop. Bills 12.12 Donovan Motors Supplies 112.80 Elec. Motor Svc. Suppl ies 34.65 Estherviile Imp. Co. Supplies 21.16 Great Plains Sup. Supplies 162.47 Hammond Oil Co. Account 51.02 Dl. Mut. Life Insurance 95.78 Jacobson-Westergard Services 341.60 Joyce Lumber Co. Supplies 4.68 Ness, Aadne Refund 8.00 N. W. Bell Telephone Bills 13.60 Niemoth Printing Supplies 65.15 Payroll No. 23 Payroll 2,880.48 Payroll No. 24 Payroll 2,791.19 Platter, Jack Services 4-50.00 Saul's "66" Svc. Supplies 2. fX,' Sheltren's Svc. Supplies 22.10 Sieg Co. Supplies 14.9S Stall's F. & H. Supplies 1.56 Stult's Auto Sup. Supplies 59.44 Excavation 13,78&6S Precision Lab. 13,78&6S Supplies 3,203.45 Sibley Con. Prod. Supplies 166.81 Standard Oil 166.81 Account 27.12 Treas., St. of la. Sales Tax 13.51 Xerox Corp. Equipment 10.02 Total 10.02 Sanitation Fund 828,971.51 SEWER RENTAL FUND Anderson-Schenck Supplies S 92.13 Burrell Oil Co. Account 6.40 Coast to Coast Supplies 6.42 Elec. Motor Svc. Supplies 143.45 Estherviile Towel Svc. Services 4.00 Foderberg, Linn Expenses 15.50 Garry's Body Shop Services 95.50 DL Mut. Life Insurance 81.54 Joyce Lumber Co. Supplies 1.85 Motor Supply Co. Supplies 18.77 N.W. Bell Telephone Bills 21.91 Payroll No. 23 Payroll 1,827.48 Payroll No. 24 Payroll 1,840.57 Peoples Nat. Gas Bills 141.75 Rodger Plumbing Services 185.40 Sewer Rev. Bond Transfers 850.00 Sieg Company Supplies 1.05 Stult's Auto Supply Supplies 20.66 Valen Ford Supplies 6.86 B.LF. Industries Supplies 27.06 Culligan Svc. Services 14.00 Curtin Scientific Suppl ies 7.40 Dust-Tex. Svc. Services 5.70 FMC Corp. Supplies 114.45 Milne, Robert D. Services 99.98 Misco Intl. Chem. Supplies 510.04 Rex Chainbelt Supplies 36.19 Standard Oil Account 61.29 Water Federation Dues 50.00 Total Sewer Rental Fund 86,287.35 Clothing Burrell Oil Co. Account Coast to Coast Supplies Council's Salaries Meetings Elec. Motor Svc. Supplies Golden Sun Feeds Supplies Hall's Paint Store Supplies Hardware Elec. Supplies 111. Mut. Life Insurance Jacobs on-Weste rga rd Services Joyce Lumber Co. Supplies Meyer Elec. Co. Supplies N.W. Bell Telephone Bills Payroll No. 23 Payroll Payroll No. 24 19.50 Supplies 56.75 Water Fund 5.27 Usage 50,000.00 Welding Supply 29.10 Supplies 4.02 Badger Truck Co. 30.00 Supplies 293.68 Burmeister Elec. 2.10 Supplies 5.67 Crescent Elec. 1.00 Supplies 1,138.09 Curtis Industries 2.70 Supplies 58.28 De Laval Turbine 142.78 Supplies 1,065.84 Dust-Tex Svc. 88.91 Services 7.35 Elec. Materials 9.45 Supplies 1,394.84 Gen. Equip. Co. 13.94 Supplies 66.74 Iowa Elec. Supply 5.95 Supplies 284.01 Iowa Mach. & Supply 95.07 Supplies 226.61 Milne, Robert D. 3,423.56 Services 319.72 Misco IntM. Chem. RECREATION FUND Estherviile Scrap Iron Supplies 8 8.98 Estherviile Sr. Cit Payment 50.00 Great Plains Sup. Supplies 95.68 m. Mut. Life Insurance 13.59 N. W. Bell Telephone Bills 16.46 Payroll No. 23 Payroll 346.15 Payroll No. 24 Payroll 346.15 Peoples Nat. Gas Bills 23.12 Rodger Plumbing Services 12.00 Iowa Rec. Assoc. Dues 10.00 Sears & Roebuck Supplies 500.00 Total Recreation Fund 81,422.13 Payroll 3,421.03 Supplies 156.38 Peoples Nat. Gas Pitney Bowes Bills 219.73 Equipment 36.72 Platter, Jack Power Valve Services 480.00 Supplies 500.00 Sheltren's Svc. Sears & Roebuck Supplies 14.25 Supplies 28.60 Stackland Plumbing Standard Oil Supplies 171.00 Account 121.49 Stall's F. & H. T & R Elec. Sup. Supplies 2.81 Supplies 3,210.00 Thornburg, Don Terry-Durin Co. 3,210.00 Services 3,225.31 Supplies 453.35 Welding Supply Treanor Co. Supplies 5.50 Supplies 373.50 Am. Salt Co. Treas., St. of Iowa Supplies 1,720.60 Taxes 1,674.21 Anderson Chem, Xerox Corp. 1,674.21 Supplies 515.20 Equipment 13.51 Brown Sup. Co. Total Utility Supplies 308.32 Elec. S107.363.05 Dust-Tex Svc. SEWER REV. FUND Services 9.30 Carleton Beh Co. Elec. Materials Interest 8210.00 Supplies 88.44 Total Sewer Rev. Globe Machinery Fund 8210.00 Supplies 437.22 PARKING METER FUND Hach Machinery- Payroll No. 23 Supplies 13.85 Payroll 180.00 Honeywell, Inc. Payroll No. 24 Supplies 27.44 Payroll 180.00 Iowa Elec.^p. Total Parking Supplies 14.20 Meter Fund 8360.00 Layne Western Co. ROAD USE TAX Supplies 3,098.50 Jacobson-Westergard Michel Sales Co. Services S 88.76 Supplies 138.00 Payroll No. 23 Milne, Robert D. Payroll 3,434 .65 Services 250.10 Payroll No. 24 3,434 .65 Misco Int'l/Chem. Payroll 3,380.67 Supplies 156.39 Total Road Use 3,380.67 Multiplex Mfg. Fund 86,904.08 Supplies 84.78 DEBT SERVICE FUND Municipal Supply Emmet Co. Bank Supplies 204.89 Interest S 259.00 Patzig Laboratories la. Trust & Svgs. S 259.00 Services 30.00 Interest 2,037.00 Pitney Bowes Carleton Beh Co. 2,037.00 Equipment 36.72 Interest 222.00 Richards-Ewing Co. Cen. Nat'l. Bank 222.00 Supplies 51.15 Interest 5,000.00 Sears & Roebuck Total Debt 5,000.00 Supplies 6.99 Service Fund 87.518.00 Standard Oil ELEC. LT. CONST. Account 50.44 Bunn, B. C. Treas., St. of la. Supplies 810,440.00 Sales Tax 648.30 Estherviile Concrete Water Products Supplies 19.11 Supplies 3,449.00 Fagre Construction Westinghouse Co. Services 69,042.00 Supplies 162.87 Jacobson-Westergard 69,042.00 Xerox Corp. Services 53.60 Equipmer' 13.50 Knox Constr. Total Utility- Services 19,458.06 Water S22.930.98 Platter, Jack UTILITY-ELECTRIC Services 15.00 two new homes, with the estimated cost of $1,400.00, be approved. 11. ORDINANCE No. 275 The proposed ordinance entitled "AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE SPEED LIMIT ON PARK RO.AD IN THE CITY OF ESTHERVILLE, IOWA AT 25 MPH" was introduced and placed on file. On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the above proposed ordinance be read for the first time. Ayes: Brashear, Kolpin, Meadows, Ridout, Kuitala. Nays: None. Absent: Kollasch. 12. SUSPEND RULES - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the rule requiring an ordinance to be fully and distinctly read on three different days be suspended in passing and adopting the above proposed ordinance and that said ordinance, at this time, be placed upon its final reading. Ayes: Brashear, Kolpin, Meadows, Ridout, Kuitala. Nays: None. Absent: Kollasch. 13. FINALLY PASSED AND ADOPTED — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that Ordinance No. 275 be finally passed and adopted. Ayes: Brashear, Kolpin, Meadows, Ridout, Kuitala. Nays: None. Absent: Kollasch. 14. RESIGNATION - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the resignation of Lester R. Sidles from the City of Estherviile, effective as of December 31, 1972, be approved, 15. CLASS "C" PERMIT On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the application, bond, and fee for the renewal of a class "c" beer and liquor license as filed by People's Annex be approved. 16. CIGARETTE PERMIT On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the application and fee.-for a cigarette permit as filed by Willard Moore dba-Moore's DX Service Station be approved. 17. 1972" AUDIT - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the State Auditor's Office do the entire city audit for 1972 be approved. 18. ORDINANCE No. 272— On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that action on Ordinance No. 272 be tabled until the December 18th meeting. 19. ADJOURN - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the meeting adjourn. Connie Garrison City Clerk (Dec. 15, 1972) 15,000.00 38.74 Wagner, Jim Claim 2.50 Welding Supply Supplies 11.40 Brown Sup. Co. Supplies 405.00 Burkett, Jim Tests 120.00 Gibbs-Cook Equip. Supplies 66.62 Milne, Robert D. Services 51.36 Misco Int'l. Chem. Supplies 563.72 Mobil Chemical Co. Supplies 3,135.87 Osterm-.n, Dan TRUST & AGENCY FUND la. E. Sec. Com. Withholding 84,197.92 la. Ret. System Withholding 2,379.46 Treas., St. of la. Withholding 1,256.39 Total Trust £ Agency Fund 87,833.77 PAYROLL Emmet Co. Cr. Union Withholding 82,846.00 la. Trust L Svgs. Withholding 5,996.94 ni. Mut. Life Insurance 1,006.74 Police Pension Pension 468.83 Rogers, Ronald Refund 39.48 Trust & Agency Withholding 4,138.12 Total Payroll 814,496.11 ELEC. LT. BOND RET. Emmet Co. Bank Bonds, Interest $84,940.00 Iowa Trust & Svgs. Interest 5,548.75 Thorson, J. M Interest 237.50 Dav. Bank & Trust Interest 337.50 la. D. M. Bank Interest 7,225.00 Merchants Bank Interest 612.50 P. Mutual Insurance Interest 605.00 Total Elec. Lt. Bond Ret. $99,506.25 UTILITY-WATER Burrell Oil Co. Account S 12.67 Coast to Coast Supplies 16.18 Council's Salaries Meetings 50.00 Elec. Bond Ret. Transfer 6,645.00 Estherviile Daily News Publications 16.19 Estherviile Laundry' Services 69.90 Estherviile Towel Service Services 3.00 Hammond Oil Co. Account 10,068.60 Hardware Elec. Supplies 84.15 111. Mut Life Insurance 244.55 John Morrell & Co. Supplies 588.00 Joyce Lumber Co. Supplies 14.64 K & S Lumber Co. Supplies 24.79 M i M Motor Frt. Supplies 39.62 Nelson, Ken Refund 24.36 N. W. Bell Telephone Scholz, Harold Supplies Total Elec. Lt. Const GRAND TOTAL 18,000.00 S117.027.77 S456.483.73 Anderson-Schenck Supplies Bagan tk Sons S 5.82 Bills 144.11 Olson Electric Supplies 17.15 Payroll No. 23 Payroll 7,809.46 Payroll No. 24 Payroll 7,868.54 Peoples Nat Gas Bills 11,949.74 Peterson, M. Mileage 15.00 Ringsdorf i. Assoc. Services 118.00 Sheltren's Svc. Supplies 38.17 Sieg Co. Supplies 11.87 Stult's Auto Supply 6. REPORTS — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Police Court Report for the month of November be approved. On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Milk Report for the month of November be approved. On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Office Receipts Report for the month of November be approved. 7. SALE OF LAND - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the legal description of the sale of the eleven acres of land to Scoutland, Inc. be changed as corrected. The correction to be inserted in the original action of the transmission of sale of said property. 8. REQUEST - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the request by Iowa Lakes Community College for permission to place directional signs on public property be approved. 9. SCHOOL — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that John Anderson be given permission to go to school in Cherokee to obtain his grade 3 certification, beginning December 12, 1972 through February 13, 1973, at a cost of $30.00, be approved. 10. POLE LINE — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the request by Ed Anderson, Superintendent of Public Works, to place a pole line north of Maple Knolls to feed Iowa Fuel Shortage Gets Boost DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Promises of more energy to keep Iowa warm this extra-chilly winter have come from a major oil company and one of the state's big buyers of fuel oil. Robert Donahue, president of Sun Oil Co., told Gov. Robert Raj" Thursday that he felt his neck was "stuck out a country mile," but he would guarantee that 500,000 gallons of No. 2 fuel oil would be available in the next 30 days. The University of Iowa announced Thursday night that it would release 1.5-2.5 million gallons of No. 2 fuel oil— if the state would allow it to use a commercially-acceptable fuel that would exceed state pollution standards. "Pefore we began the plan," explained university vice president George Chambers, "it would be necessary for the state to allow us to exceed the pollution standards for this emergency situation." W.F. Martin, president of Phillips Petroleum Co. in Bartlesville, Okla, told Ray by telegram Thursday his firm has been able to purchase less than half its normal amount of No. 2 fuel oil and would ask the oil import appeals board for permission to import more fuel oil to meet Iowa's shortagv. "We believe we will be able to meet commitments to our customers in your state and to this extent alleviate the possibility of a critical shortage" if permission to import more oil is granted, Martin said. A spokesman for the Independent Oil Jobbers Association said 70 of the state's 637 independent oil firms were running short of fuel oil. He said .Ames, Clinton, Des Moines, Dubuque and Ottumwa have experienced the most difficult}'.