The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 16
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4-Afaona (la.) Upper DM MolnM THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1966 LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF IOWA EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT PROCLAMATION In accordance with the provisions of Section 39.3, Code of Iowa 1666,1, Harold E.Hughes, Governor of the State of Iowa, do hereby proclaim and give notice that at the General Election to be held on the Tuesday next following the first Monday In November, A. D., 1966, it being the eighth day of November, A. D., 1966, the following offices are to be filled by the vote of all the electors of the State: The office of United States Senator for the State of Iowa. The office of Governor of the State of Iowa. The office of Lieutenant-Governor of the State of Iowa. The office of Secretary of State of the State of Iowa. The office of Auditor of State of the State of Iowa. The office of Treasurer of State of the State of Iowa. The offlceof Secretary of Agriculture of the State of Iowa. The office of Attorney General of the State of Iowa. I further proclaim and give notice that at said General Election to be held on the eighth of November, A. D., 1966, the following offices are to be filled by the vote of the electors of the several Congressional, State Senatorial and Representative Districts: By the vote of the electors of the following Congressional Districts: The office of Representative In Congress from the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Congressional Districts. By the vote of the electors of the following Senatorial Dis- tricts, as provided by Chapter 41, Code of Iowa 1966: The office of Senator In the General Assembly of the State of Iowa in the First, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth (three to be elected), Twenty-second, Twenty- third, Twenty- fourth (two to be elected), Twenty-fifth, Twenty-seventh, Twenty-ninth, Thirtieth (two to be elected), Thirty-second (two to be elected), Thirty-third, Thirty-fourth, Thirty- sixth, Thirty-seventh, and Fortieth Districts, for four-year terms. Twenty-seventh, Twenty- ninth, Thirtieth (two to be elected) Thlrty-second(two to be elected), Thirty-third, Thirty-fourth,Thirty-sixth, Thirty-seventh, and Fortieth Districts, for four- year terms. The office of Senator in the General Assembly of TALK ABOUT YOUR GIVE-AWAY PROGRAMS! We see where the Republican candidate for Governor wants to buy our votes for $12.00 apiece. He wants to raid the state treasury to the tune of 35 million dollars, which comes to 12 dollars for each citizen of this state. He must think there is no need to help our growing stato universities. He must think the community colleges now being established around the state should be aborted before they are born. He must think the needs of our other state institutions and highways can be safely ignored. > The last time he ran for Governor the Republican 1 nominee wanted to increase the sales tax. He said that would solve most of our problems. His solution this time is to give us all a 12 dollar dole. Do you recall how the so-called surplus has come about? If s because the state now withholds state income taxes each pay-day [ust like the federal government does. Most people who get a federal refund each year will probably get a state refund in the future too. i This will make it easier for us to pay our state taxes each year. They will be prepaid. It will also make it impossible for 50,000 cheaters not to pay their income taxes from now on. That's how many people used to ignore the Iowa income tax while the rest of us paid pur fair share. Under the Republican proposal, those cheaters would get tHeir $12.00 giveaway just nice the rest of us. That's curious logic. Ifs the same kind of logic that the Republican county candidates are using. They're trying to tell us we should vote for them because they have less experience. We tay keep the Hughes team together We say keep the county team together. We sav keep Iowa moving ahead. HAROLD E. HUGHES STANLEY L. GREIGG E. B. SMITH GORDON L. WINKEL ROSEUA VOIGT CLARA WALKER CHARLES PLATHE ANDREW REISING £ II S 3? HP"" R ROBERT FULTON MICHAEL DOYLE LORNE WORTHINGTON [X PAUL FRANZENBURG KENNETH OWEN LAWRENCE SCALISE [X MANCIL HURLBURT g VOTE DEMOCRATIC AND VOTE FOR CONTINUED PROSPERITY IPONSOMP |Y KOSSUTH COUNTY OIMOCRATIC CINTRAl COMMITTii the State of Iowa in the Twentieth District for a two-year term. By the vote of the electors of the Thirty-seventh Senatorial District: The office of Senator in the Thirty-seventh District to fill the unexpired portion of a four-year term. By vote of the electors of the following Representative Districts as provided by Chapter 41, Code of low* 1066 : In the Districts comprised of Adair and Madison Counties, Adams and Montgomery Counties, Audubon and Guthrie Counties, Appanoose and Davis Counties, Clarke and Union Counties, Clay and Dickinson Counties, Decatur and Wayne Counties, Emmet and Palo Alto Counties, Fremont and Mills Counties, Howard and Mitchell Counties, Humboldt and Pocahontas Counties, Sac and Ida Counties, Jefferson and Van Buren Counties, Louisa and Muscatine Counties, Lucas and Monroe Counties, Lyon and Osceola Counties, Ringgold and Taylor Counties, and Winnebago and Worth Counties, each one Representative. In the Counties of Cerro Gordo, Clinton, Des Molnes, Jasper, Johnson, Lee, Marshall, Story, Wapello, and Webster, each two Representatives. In the County of Dubuque, three Representatives. In the County of Potta- wattamle, four Representatives. In the Counties of Black Hawk, Scott, andWoodbury, five Representatives. In the County of Linn, six Representatives. In the County of Polk, eleven Representatives. In all other Counties of the State, each one Representative. I further proclaim that at said General Election to be held 'on the eighth day of November, A. D., 1966, the question will be submitted to the electors, as provided by Chapter 46, Code of Iowa 1066, to be decided by the electors by a "yes" or "no" vote as to whether the occupants of the following Judicial offices shall be retained in office: By vote of the electors of the entire State of Iowa: jt , ' The office of Judge of the Supreme Court of the State of l8wa, five Judges: ".. f, : • _..-.' • . By vote of the electors'of the various Judicial Districts, the office of Judge of the District Court as follows: In the Ninth Judicial District, four Judges. In the Second, Third, Eleventh, Twelfth, and Nineteenth Judicial Districts, each two judges. In the Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Eighth, Thirteenth, and Eighteenth Judicial Districts, each one judge. I further proclaim and give notice that at said General Election to be held on the eighth day of November, A. D., 1966, the following question will be submitted to the electors of the entire State of Iowa to be decided by a "yes" or "no" vote: "Shall the following amendment to the Constitution be adopted? "Section 1. The following amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa is hereby proposed; "Section twenty-six (26) of Article m is amended by striking from line four (4) the word 'fourth' and Inserting in lieu thereof the word 'first'. Section 2. The foregoing proposed amendment, having been adopted and agreed to by the Sixtieth (60th) General Assembly, thereafter duly published, and now adopted and agreed to by the Sixty-first (61st) General Assembly in this Joint Resolution, shall be submitted to the people of the State of Iowa at the general election in November of the year nineteen hundred sixty-six (1966) in the manner required by the Constitution of the State of Iowa and the laws of the State of Iowa." WHEREFORE, all electors throughout the State and throughout the several districts herein especially enumerated will take due notice j and the sheriffs of the several counties will take official notice hereof and be governed accordingly. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Iowa, Done at Des Molnes this 7th day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred sixty- six, of the State of Iowa the one hundred twentieth, and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred ninety-first. (SEAL) /S/ Harold E. Hughes GOVERNOR ATTEST: Gary L. Cameron SECRETARY OF STATE THURSDAY, OCT. 20,1966 Algona (la.) Upper Dti Mdlntt-S Kossuth County farms FOR SALE from RICKLEFS-GEELAN,Algono CITY, TOWN & FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE HOMES, LOTS & ACREAGES in the ALGONA AREA KOSSUTH COUNTY FARMS 111 ACRES 160 ACRES 320 ACRES 130 ACRES 110 ACRES 120 ACRES - MILE NORTH OF BANCROFT - ON CONTRACT 4 MILES WEST OF TITONKA SMILES NORTHEAST OF WESLEY SOUTH OF ALGONA - CONTRACT NORTHWEST OF ALGONA-$265 PER ACRE NORTHWEST OF ALGONA $300 PER ACRE Two story — 4 bedroom home — Excellent condition. Unattached garage. Real good comfortable one story 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen. Immediate occupancy. HANCOCK COUNTY FARMS 160 ACRES - NEAR BRITT 80 ACRES - 8 MILES NORTHEAST OF WESLEY-CONTRACT 148 ACRES - 4 MILES NORTH OF GARNER 78 ACRES - 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF BRITT 160 ACRES - 7 MILES NORTH OF GARNER PALTO ALTO COUNTY FARMS 100 ACRES - 4 MILES WEST OF EMMETSBURG - CONTRACT SALE- 5% INTEREST - NORTHWEST OF CYLINDER 230 ACRES - GOOD PRODUCTIVE LAND * ** 193 ACRES - WEST OF WHITTEMORE Introducing Midge Kuester LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESMAN adding a WOMAN'S TOUCH TO THE RICKLEFS-GEELAN AGENCY MIDOE KUESTER Why should you see Ricklefs & Geelan to buy or sell farm land. 7 GOOD REASONS!! 1 Farm, Loans available. 2 Jim and Ar nie have sold far more farm land in the past 2 years than any Realtor in the Algona area. 3 We have started forming a Kossuth county mupltiple Hi t i n g board which will consist of a leading farm broker in every town in the county to help sell your farm land. 4 We are members of the Inter-state listing service which consists of brokers in Palto Alto, Emmet & Dickinson counties & southern Minnesota. 5 A member of the Iowa Farm Multiple listing which consists of brokers all over the state who share farm listings and help give better service. 6 A member of Iowa Realtors and National Association of Realtors. 7 We have a branch office in Emmetsburg and the following salesman working for us - Bill Brennan, Clifford Hughes and James Wirtz. KYLE KEITH OF ALGONA ALSO REPRESENTS US - HE CAN BE REACHED AT 295-3801 real estate work, both to our firm and to the interested, potential purchasers, if it were possible for a woman to assist in showing and evaluating town and city real estate property. A woman knows what a woman wants in a home, probably better than a man. With that thought in mind, RICKLEFS - GEELAN feels most fortunate in having acquired the services of Midge Kuester of Algona, now a fully licensed real estate salesman in Iowa, who will be available to answer questions, show property, and provide a personal feminine touch in apraising and ^ ... selecting a horn e in this area. Mrs. Kuester will welcome a chance to be of assistance. N«ar n«w Ranch Type 3 bedroom, 5 miles from Algona. 18 acres wooded area. Fireplace, full bailment, gat heat. $18,000. ARNIE RICKLEFS Home Phone 295-2170 Hh AMOKS Two story. 3 bedroom located close to Catholic Grade School and within walking distance of public grade school and high school. An older two story house. 3 bedrooms, den, large living room, nice kitchen. Excellent value for the money. An older two story house. 2 bedrooms and full bath upstairs. 1 bedroom and half bath downstairs. Good storage and closet space, living room, dining room, kitchen — unattached garage. Realtors JIM GEELAN Home Phone 295-3829 OTHER LISTINGS HOMES - LOTS - ACREAGES Near new two itory home with fireplace. Five miles we»t of Algona. Includes 23 acres, Three bedrooms, 1 story - carpeted living room, bedroom, nice lire kitchen with built-ins. Family room In basement. Owner moving out of town. Price $10,000. New 3 bedroom ranch style home, large family kitchen - beautiful recreation room in basement, Attached garage and glassed in porch. Ranch typt, tast part of town, real nice kitchen, living room, 3 bedrooms, screened in porch, attached garage. $18,500. Ranch type - 3 bedroom, large family size kitchen, living room. Recreation room in baiement. Attached garage. Fine two story house, Other buildings west «dg. of Whlttemore. Includes 21 acres, Six acres - northeast edge of Algona, real nice 2 Horv, 4 bedroom home, attached garage. Garage and office combination building. Barn. I O T S - 8 newly graded lots in Algona, RICKLEFS • GEELAH New Ranch Type 3 bedroom - nice sl*e kitchen, living room, attached garage all for $17,000. Insurers ALGONA, IOWA EAST STATE PHONE 295-2491

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