Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 12, 1962 · Page 8
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July 12, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

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Miscellaneous for Sale BEFORE BUYING HEATING OR cooling find out why Green Colonial owners arc most satisfied owners. Vnndersee Plumbing and Heating. FOR SALE — Purple raspberries, 50 cents a quart. Mrs. Joy Whitford. Phone 2W. 28 1 FOR SALE — 2 completely modern 4 Ix'droom homes in Fayette. Terms Available. For information call United Construction Co. Ph 31 281 FOR SALE — Used storm windows and screens. All sizes. Replace those rusty screens now with AJcoa Alum, screen - as low as $2.00 each. All types of glass repair - pick up and delivery service. United Construction Ph .11. 28 1 FOR SALE — Red and purple rnsplx-rries, 50 cents a quart. Del iver in tftwn. Mrs. P. C. Pickett, Red 103. 28-1-x FOR SALE OR RENT — Small two Ix'droom. modern home in Randalia. Oil furnace, water heater, water softener, own well and water system in full basement. Martin J. Boedeker, Randalia. Phone Maynard 1803. 28 4-x FOR RENT Apartment for Rent — Aug. 15, ground floor, one bedroom, new building, see or call Mark Baker. 28 1 Reg. Palomlna Stud. $15.00 Burdell Pierce. Fayette, Iowa. 28-1-x miscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Old live barn pigeons, 20 cents each. Truck will lx> through on July 23. Write how many, and give directions to your place, to P. I. NOTKROOM, Orange City, Iowa. 28 1 Wanted — Home for 6 month old German Shepard Dog. Call White 190. 28 1 WANTED — Baby sitting - anytime. Linda Henry. Phone 240. 28 1-x FOR SALE — New potatoes. Larson. Phone White 63. Ada 281 SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS SMALL HOME - Modern, gas heat, garage, extra storage bldg. The house is furnished and will be sold together. Excellent buy. LARGE HOME — Made Into 2 nice apartments. Excellent Income. Oil furnace, 2 baths, double garage. Nice location. All rented. 3 BEDROOM — Newly redecorated inside. Newly painted outside, carpeted, built In cupboards, new gas furnace. Attached garage, extra lot, low taxes, nice location. 3 BEDROOM — Bath and half. New kitchen. Built in cupboards, with new wall oven and counter top gas unit with hood. Close to college. $5,000. LARGE 6 BEDROOM, 2 baths close to college. Good Income. 1 BEDROOM — Full basement Oil furnace - extra land, Good Buy. $3,500. FOR RENT UNFURNISHED apartment. Heat and water furnished, $60 per mo. FURNISHED 3 B.R. apartment. Ground floor, for summer months. APARTMENT — 5 rooms and bath. $60.00. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE — Modern. $45.00. TRAILER HOUSE SPACE Need homes and apartments for rent. LET US KNOW FARMS 70 ACRES - Edge of Fayette on Black top, workland, pasture and timber. Barn, two corn cribs, grainery, poultry House. Nice 3 B. R. modern home. Hardwood floors throughout. Hot Water heat 1- H Baths, Beautiful location. The price is right Also 123 - 147 - 200 A farms. Contact VICTOR EDAHL Pbon* 185 Fayotte, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. KINSEL Blacksmith — Welding Shop Fix lawn mowers, trailer hitches. Have nuw mower cycles and corn plow shovels. 003 Washington St., Fayette. 21-tf YOU NAME IT — WE DO IT PAINTING — Our Specialty Roofing — Floor Tiling CHUCK CHASE PAUL HUMESTON Phone 281 Meeting scheduled There will be a meeting of the Fayette County Civil War Centennial committee at 8 p. m., Thursday, July 12. The meeting will be held in room 210 of the Colgrove- Walker building on the Upper Iowa campus. Used Machinery J. D. 60 tractor 2001.H.C. tractor with cult. 2—New Idea spreaders Case spreader 1943 A J.D. tractor Model B I.H.C. tractor with cultivator MT J.D. tractor with cultivator Used 4-raw J.D, cultivators J J), swath flutter Model 50 J.D. tractor 1945 A J.D. tractor •Wwranty gpod ONLY on tat uMtd machintrr in our stem cwryina «b« Valut Ch««k #4 ajfektr. „ .< '• DeHAVEN * ; ~. KROEGER Joan Ptf 9*4^1& •** oU *Sii,., Pheat SIS * ' tonma* ,mm^U^gsSfM,m^» as to a f ^^^ faa ^ v ^ aaa ^ aaaa ^i l j^ af iili l M proposed 'move or action which of- Little Chats on Public Notice Service by Publication (No. 33 in a Series) It is a longstanding principle of English and American law that a person has an inherent right to be notified of a proposed action that affects him or his property. The same principle applies to groups within the community, to corporations or businesses, or to agencies whether public or private. There is a dual purpose behind this well-established legal principle. One is to give due notice to the individual about some proposed action that may affect his rights. The other is to give him reasonably ample opportunity to do something about it if he desires. The simplest way of giving legal notice is by what is known as personal service. This is where a court attache or a deputy sheriff, for example, personally hands the adverse (opposite) party the notice of an action against him, as in a law suit. Sometimes this is also done by registered letter. Where a proposed legal action is of more general interest, such notice may be given by other means. One of the older methods is to post such a notice in a public house, on the town common or even, many years ago, on the doors of a church. i But as population grew and life became more complex a more effective means was needed. So the law provided for such notices to be given through bona fide newspapers. This is because newspaper reading is a well fixed habit and because such newspapers have a wide following. So service by publication in newspapers is now a well established practice provided by law. —•— Public Funds Shortage (No. 34 In a Series) By juggling his books, a cashier in the office of the treasurer of an Ohio county wound up with a shortage of $17,408. The fact that there was an irregularity came to light almost accidentally. After the finding by examiners from the state auditor's office, the man was charged with embezzlement and turned over to the grand jury. Betting on the races was the cause of the situation. Toward the end the cashier kept hoping for a big killing that would enable him to square his books. All of the states and most of their subdivisions have requirements" for periodic Inspection,., of the books of various offices and officials, particularly those which handle public funds. This is necessary as a matter of good busl- ness.tiuj ^ij^ls essential, also/for ^P'lTO ^pB of the public and its " gpfcq^^inattera. • •• • •- »T ich requirement in the public interest,'aw? on a par with those which/ recgdrc or permit- public fects some kind of right. This may be an individual of general right but in either rase strict adherence to it is \itnl to the principle of due p.ocess as Americans know it and practice it. — • — Eminent Domain (No. 35 In a Scries) The right (if eminent domain had its origin in the historic past. Stated simply, it is the power to take private property for public use. In times of emergency, such as war. this power may be broad er and more sweeping than in ordinary times. Commonly the state, the city or other political unit exercises this power in connect inn .vith public improvements. Tin s • might include the right ol way .'or a thrnughfarc, acreage needi <l to extend a municipal aiipuit, or ground essential to public buildings. While the power of eminent domain is necessary to the state, it is important that due process be observed strictly in the use of this pnwer. This means that legally it must be done "according to Movie." It means, particularly, due notice must be given to those concerned. One of the principal means of giving due notice is through legal ndvertis'iig. More accurately this is known as public notice. Such notices, as provided by law, often appc ,'i'' in newspapers where they get wUle circulation. Wluthcr in the exercises of the power of eminent domain or in other matte s, it is vital in the protection of personal rights that due notice he g ! ven. The public notice, as carried in the established local newsp'iper, is the most effective way of doing this short of personal notice, which is used far less often. Prairie flowers will Bloom next lew weeks "Wildflowers in their most not ural setting may IK > seen by motoring Iowans for the next few weeks," Glen Powers Director of the State Conservation Commission said today. "The beauty and abundance of prairie flowers in the four state owned areas will then be at their peak. The Conservation Commission invites all Iowa to share in this heritage. "Profuse when blooming, the wildflowers last only a few days before being replaced by other species," Powers continued. "lOach species of flower has its own individual beauty which must be seen to be appreciated. We have the four areas in tile State where the fertile soil has never been broken by a plow. These prai'ics have been set aside to protect the ground that bears plant life common to the time of the cove . d wagon and the buffalo herds. Some of the old railroad right of-wnys also support many of these wildflowers. Be on the lookout for these places as you drive along, and visit one of the areas soon, if possible. They are, Kalsow Prairie, near Manson in Calhoun county; Hayden Prairie near Lim6 Springs in Howard county; Cayler Prairie, west of Gull Point State Park on Lake Okoboji in Dickinson county, and Sheeder Prairie near Guthrie Center in Guthrie county." Held reunion MAVN \ItD — r; l\ rr> ••<'• ers of the Mi (, )i" !a:ni i ni 1 n a re uni.m at the K; ; n i .1 e' •' day, June 24. Tlie y ,.t $, I • son present was Kinibeiiy t.d. ki k. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I can Odekirk, Lamont. Ernest Mieke, Mayn.id. was elected president; Lester Schmitt, Oelwcin, vice presid'ill. Mrs. Will Miehe, Oelwein, is secretary 'IVea surer of the group. STRENGTHEN AMI RICA'S PEACH POWER* ..-U.S. SAVINGS ONDS YOU* SHAM IN AAUMCil PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Wafer Sf. Fayette, Iowa BELLES • WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayolte WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Bltick 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa Leech's Motor Service MOTORS REWOUND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS Phone 279 146 SOUTH MAIN CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER Parts and Service For All Makes Of Milkers MILKING SERVICE AND. SUPPLY Fayette, Iowa Reunion held Sunday MAYNARD —.-The annual reunion of the Baehman families was held Sunday, June 24, at Fontanel park near Hazleton. Relatives were present-from Elgin, Oelwein, Independence, HazletOn, Walker, Lisbon, Maquoketa, Cedar Rapids, Fayette and Maynard. Guests of the group were from Elgin, Strawberry Point and Hazelton. DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE Midwest home manufacturer has a dealership available for an a- gressive area builder wanting to earn above average income building our homes. Home-way homes are one of the pioneers in factory engineered quality homes, customed designed to meet the needs of your clients. Over twenty years of providing quality homes to hundreds of satisfied home owners in Iown. All replies strictly confidential, if you are interested in increasing your income write Max Mibbs, Distrib­ uter, Home Way homes, Marshalltown, Iowa. 28-2 FEDDERS OVERCOMES the "f org fa,<H}{" in air conditioning THAYER'S ^^RN^^A^UANCES,^ ? ; *CAIL US FOR REFIBERATOR « T. V. SERVM5B Whatever You may Be looking For — You'll find it In the FAYETTE LEADER ALL PROGRESSIVE MER- CHANTS USE THE PAGES OF THE FAYETTE LEADER TO DISPLAY THEIR STOCK OF MER­ CHANDISE FOR SALE. USETHE LEADER AS YOUR SHOPPING GUIDE IN FAYETTE. Contact us for All of your Job printing Needs LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES CARDS STATEMENTS BOOKLETS PAMPHLETS YOU NAME IT — Fayette Leader PHONE ll-R-2

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