Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 6
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May 18, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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•Mil * BONDS iocs** Total — _ $ ,134.93 Municipal Enterprise. Anna Conboy, Wages Ass't Librarian 50.88 Internal Rovcnuo Ser., Federal Tax 9.90 Interstate Power Co., 9.90 Service 8.46 I. P. E. R. S. Retirement Service 7.89 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., 7.89 Social Security 10.13 Dennis Heth, Work at Library 8.50 A. Beryl Thompson, •Salary, Librarian 60.82 Total S 102.58 Utilities. Interstate Power Co., Service $ 212.00 Treasurer of State, Sales Tax Vandersce Plumbirtf? & Heating Labor & Parts Earle's Standard Station, Tire Repair, Oil. Wash Rockwell Mfg. Co.. Meter Repairs Dick Smirl, Labor Total $ Trust & Aijcnry I P. E. H. S. liVtirc- iwnt Service •> Iowa Em. Sec. ( iiiun.. Social Security Total S Road I'.c T,.x Kayettc Stone Co., Inc. Road Rock $ 30.39 Sewer Rental Interstate Power Co., Service S 151.34 20 20 I i.e. id iMc.'i 'ee. Salary Sanitation 100.00 David iMcGce. Salary 1.95 Sanitation 152.45 18.05 Total S 403.79 7.50 Grand Total .. . S 4305.02 .Motion by Brown and seeond- 291.29 <•'<' ">' Crafton to pay bills as ex;.mined. Motion by Borchert and seconded by Crafton to ad- loinii. Cari'ied. ,1 M.. Durfov, Clerk. 134.9ti .,, Iowa Industry pays Large amount of taxes Iowa industry makes a size- 270.29 supj. ,rt of federal, static, county 128 20 able payment each year toward and local governments and schools, the Iowa Manufacturers association said today. The association said a study of only 119 Iowa manufacturing plants showed they paid taxes last year totaling $77,955,729. There arc more than 3,400 manufacturing plants in the slate. Plants in the study had employment ranging from a low of 5 to a high of 8,700. "The rate of taxation of industry is one of the major factors considered when corporation executives are making a decision on expansion or relocation." said Harry D. Linn, executive vice president of the IMA. "If the tax rate on industry is allowed to got ton high, industrial expansion is stiff led and the whole economy suffers". A companion study, the IMA ;aid, showed tlrat only 84 Iowa manufacturing plants paid school taxes in 1960 totaling $7,551,040. That figure was included in the total tax payment for the 119 corporations. "Taxes paid by Iowa industry is a significant portion of the total support of schools", Linn said. "They represent an investment in the future of flie state". 75 Stitches Bob Lovejoy, 13, of Red Oak received a laceration below the knee cap on one of his legs recently which required between 75 and 78 stitches. Bob slid and struck his leg against a steel picnic table. Forrest B. Claxton. volunteer county co-chairman for sales of United Stales savings bonds since 1941 in Fayette county, was one of 21 persons receiving a special award at a statewide savings bonds campaign dinner May 1 in Des Moines. The award was the United State medallion, presented to county and regional chairmen and members of the state advisory committee who have been active since Ihe program was started during World War II in 1941. A renewed cfforJ to increase purchase* of bonds is being made during 1961, the 20lh anniversary year of the program and Iowa residents are being urged to buy bonds "at your bank or where you work". Forrc?t B. Claxton is pictured receiving the medallion from Marvin M. Schmidt, volunteer slate chairman, and Gov. Norman A. Erbe, j'._r.":u: y '.idle chairman. Council Proceedings Shop Fayette County Leader. Printing Iawa Hardware Mutual, I'remtum J M. Du:fev. S;.!a;-v Total pin- le^'ular Meeting April 3. lOtil. . street • ' 1 ! " " : " k ' : ' ,jy I. E E. R. S . Ret.rv- e ( ;.:vf awd for ,, v „ <.„ ... for the Folic- " •,: ;; ,:e:i to .. Pkl ^ g . , ,. , , :lurry j C :\MS -V:'•. : :n '' "' v ' i -- ,, '' : ~ (ja-. O.l. etc. Varr ier.ee Piu .T .b:ng & Heating Labor & ParU Heineman Texaco. Zabjjikie.s Garage, Grea.-e. Oil, Fluid etc. Frank Miller, Wrecker Service to talk to Kd Campbell, Snow i Attorney and find out Removal . e titmej a violation. Melvin liolUman, Sai- V,:.; 1 Schneider met with the as y CMOUCI in !•(•!• aril to the parking Melvin llolt/.nian, Sal- 147.1; 82.01 10.82 168.30 1384.25 '. v 60 24 09 67 50 59.40 -1 : ... t meeting was roved. Howard : with the Council tie vacating of the the quai.-y. Resolu- • T. at i .'iied. Tiie Council and -e talked about the viola• e ;n I.rv .71. '"i-ee Chief is -It: It was agreed that the M|V "' e •iiimitti'e is to study the .'stuata.n and report at a later Total . 11 , , Public Safety Motion by Borchert and sec- i ntcrnal Revenue Sen, " ndl ' d h . v to Federal Tax $ parkin" on Street north of Dr. , R E R s R c . t ire- C .onrl, v.-, to (2) two hours. No Jm . nt Service second. Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., M-.v. d by Crafton and seconded Social s^.^ty " y U ' w,i ndse linuts of $25,- Harry's Cities Service, OiiO.dfj per person $100,000.00 per Gg \. Qi j eU . i i.-ni of ijodily injury cover- Zabr J kies Garage,"Gas'," .'«'••• t" *)O.OO0.OO per person and oa Fluid eU . 5.100.000 00 per accident. Unani- Earl( .: s Stundar i Sta . ,; ":V v " ,c ;- r , , . , lion. Tire Repair, Oil, ..I'l.i'jii by Borchert and stcon- Wash bvL . Bt " N ; ; , n l ,° !? ave E ; B Hut-oner Motors Work ' Sp..:-..- hnti. Co. do the work at (m p 0 jj ce Car t;:i •*'«•-• pi . nt m f u " e - We Alfred Ash. Salary, uu- \<i contact tnem and tli'.-y are Police : • . '. know when they will AU ..,i f- >- '-- 2.25 5.00 13.80 5.00 83.25 •$ 100.00 161.80 $ 541.69 •ve can have ou ' Alfred Ajih, Salary, to help. '.vo.'H : eadirii:.... , ..:i,<j'r. :-<A<- Council U " y<i H"ltzrnan, Sal- wove Ik-v,lution"u> :iry ' P " h <* old lyjver:. Line as per , r , , attached. r ° t£)i </.::?:.-.suA -.c. Jollov/s. Sanitation Police- Gent-ral J K. It S, Ret.re- •e-;'. Service lov.a K/np. Sec. C'>rnrn., Social Security Fay i.te Ag'.-ncy ln». i'reroium St Auto & Casually Underwriters, Payroll Audit . Vanderw.-e Plumbing & Heating, Labor . & Parts- Ed CampbC'U, Coal for I P K R S, Rftir',- rnent Service % 23.18 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Social Security 1H.90 Harry's Citiea Service, Gaii, Oil, etc. 16 20 Mid-Western Pest Control, Service 880.91 VanderKce Plumbing & Heating, Labor St Parts 20.61 Zabriskie'B Garage, Greanc, Oil, Fluid etc. Earle'B Standard Sta­ ll.15 tion, Tire Repair, Oil, Wash 132.00 63.00 61.35 61.11 4.75 6.25 7.50 100.00 1S0.50 23«.50 852.86 18.90 23.22 31.91 10.00 2.00 35.75 13.15 Income t? ; when Hall ruins your crops It pays to insure and be safe. And for extra safety and service, be sure to Insure with Farmers Mutual Hall. FMH Includes fire and llahtnlng protection an crops in the field at no extra cost — 30 trained fleldmen and 100 adjusters assure prompt settlement. Afk your agent or write today. EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY 2323 GRAND C |/\iiMiic.MinuAi ,rr fOIHh .^"' i t JSMSMP DES MOINES, IOWA CONGRATULATIONS WEST CENTRAL SENIORS 1961 — WEST CENTRAL SENIOR CLASS — 1961 TOP ROW (loft 10 right) — Judy Palmer. Kay Levorington, Robert Potrat*. Sandra Baker, Kent Hubboll, Betly Arthur, Lynda Whileford, Arnold Klammer. SECOND ROW (loft to right) — Judy Hooger. David Austin, Ronette Bruner, Ramona Pliester. Ronald Stewart, Kay Knudson, Doan Ruobor, Beverly Potratz. THIRD ROW (loft to right) — Bill Arthur. Janet Garner, Linda Wolfe, Dennis Blgelow. Betty Earle. Richard Zummak, Roborl Stohr, Mavis Anderson. FOURTH ROW (loft to right) ~ Kay ,B*ownell. James Bartels, Floy Crabtree, Charles Trotter. James Laube. Linda Tollin, Elmor Wolfgram, Nathan Bender. FIFTH ROW (loti 10 rlohi) — Marilyn Nicholson, Pat Poxra!«, Carolyn Erickson. Alleen Uewellyn. Richard Decker. Charles Reed. Sandra Lauor, Sandra Fortune. SIXT HROW (loft to right) — Barbara Schrader. Sheila Paulsen, Eunice Buhr, Duane Wolfe, Mardelle Parkinson, Bessie Lundry, Shirley Jipson, Volda Poock. SEVENTH ROW — Joel Brockman. FAYETTE COUNTY FARM SERVICE CO. Phone 89 or 109 — Maynard RANDALIA CHEESE AND BUTTER FACTORY Phone 8-2380 — Randalia Thompson Plumbing & Heating and Hamilton Hardware Phone 46 — Maynard DAVE'S MARKET Phone 62 — Maynard CARL ZUPKE AND SON Sand and Gravel Phone 8-2042 — Randalia MAYNARD Phone 31 • CO-OP CO — Maynard MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE A. F. Bergman, Prop. Phone 65 — Maynard FOSS IMPLEMENT STORE Phone 7009 — Maynard HAAS BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP Phone 6709 —- Maynard GORDON GARAGE Dale Gordon, Prop*. Phone 8-2070 — Randalia NORTHEAST IOWA FEED SERVICE Phone 49 — Maynard . THIELE BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS Phone 103 — Maynard KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE John Miehe, Mgr. Phone 702 — Maynard SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CO. John Fuller, Mgr. Phone 47— Maynard MAYNARD SAVINGS BANK Phone 38— Maymrd HARLAN CO,OP CREAMERY Phone 92— Maynard

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