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FAT CATTLE ltlGHER; BUTCttER HOGS LOWER; FAT LAMBS STEADY TO tllGilER m- -' 2 yearling Farmers hybrid Eugene Schaben, t-12" 65 head Feeder pigs, cross to 45 pounds, Vac., cast., sprayed. Gene Hess phone 755- t-ll head bred Hamp. gilts. Start 24. Dale A. Christensen cRATES: One paper $1.55, both papers $2.58. It sxtra long, (over 65 words) rate is $2.06 and $3.00). CARD OF THANKS: My sincere thanks and appreciation for the many cards, visits and flowers during my stay at the hospital. A special thanks to the Clergy and the Hospital Staff for their ex- cellent care. CYRIL SCHEMERS, Earling n.11,t-11e CARD OF THANKS: My sincere thanks to Father Reisz, Father Palmer, relatives neighbors and friends for their prayers, visits, gifts and cards during my stay in the hospital and after returning home. Thanks to my Doctor and all hospital staff for the wonderful care. MRS TONY HERMELING, Westphalia The Omaha cattle market continued to be a weather market. Bad road, lane and lot con- ditions held numbers down but the reduced receipts served to offset the effects of a dressed beef trade that operated very cautiously all week. Top quality was none too plentiful in Omaha last week as better cattle found much the best going. Fed steers and heifers finished the week strong tt) 25c higher. Steer top $29.50 with one lot weighing 1417 pounds. Heifer top for the week $27.85. With hog receipts running ahead of last week, declines showed up on all but the closing session. The butchers weighing under 260 pounds came under the most pressure last week as the barrows and gilts finished 50-75c lower. Butcher top $20.75, bulk of the 180-350 pounders sold from $18.25-$20.50. Sows suffered an early loss but trading on later sessions leveled off and they Two yearling Duroc male n-11,t-11, finished weak to mostly 25c lower. Sow top last n-12* ......................................... week $19; bulk of the 280-650 pound sows brought 'CARD OF THANKS: I wish to thank my spotted bred gilts friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards,  $17-$18.90. Floyd H. Campbell 1 mile flowers, visits and other kindnesses extended to Sheep receipts ran well below last week and me while I was in the hospital and since my re- of Walnut. Phone Walnut turn home. Also the hospital staff for their a year ago and the supply offered was mainly t-ll wonderful care. wooled lalnbs. Slaughter lambs closed the week MRS GEORGE MATHIASEN t-119r steady to 25c higher. Wooled lambs sold from Purebred Black Poland cARD OF T--HArKS:-My since-r-e-th-an---ks t--o--a. $27.5(l-$29; shorn lambs $29.50-$30. Slaughter Obert Petersen, Rt. 4, Harlan. my friends and relatives for their prayers, cards, t-12* visits and aid given to my family and me during my stay at the hospital and after returning home. Purebred SPF Hampshire Thanks to Father Alfred, the doctors and nurses at Mercy hospital, Council Bluffs. All will always service, Clifford Sunder- be much appreciated. north, one mile east of Coin .... _MRS L_EO H OOApp, H arlan ............ n-11/Ir t-22 Purebred Duroc boars. fall boars, Hans N. Han- 773-4412. t-3-ff 60 head of Yorkshire Feb- boars, 20 head of gilts to weight up o 300 lbs. t-47-tf Purebred Poland China and heavy hamed. 263-3166, Bernard D. Babe, t-41-ff CARD OV THANKS: I would like to thank all my friends for cards, letters and flowers while I was hospitalized. A special thanks to Orville Frazier for flying me to Iowa City. Also to those that were so kind to my family during my absence. MRS WILLIAM BREWER Harlan, Iowa n-ll CARD OF THANKS: We wish to thank the Kirkman Fire department and our neighbors for helping Sunday night when our barn burned. MR & MRS CLARENCE E. WOHLHUTTER MR R, MRS BERNARD L. WOHLHUTTER N, FAMILY t- 10,n- 11r CARD OF THANKS: We wish to thank all our friends, neiglhbors and relatives for the cards, flowers, memorials, food and kind words of sym- pathy at the time of the death of our mother. Your kindness was deeply appreciated. Purebred guaranteed. Will de- rapbell, 1 mile north and Phone Walnut 7844231. n-36-tt " Machinery " No. 60 International plow, Yetter coulters, $400. Shelby t-ll ft. Valley elevator P.T.O. row Brady stalk chopper, Planter with insecticide Kirkman Ph. 766-3318. n-13 A eight row, 30 inch corn row corn planter Both fully StOck cows. Phone 744-3238. n-12 A.C., International, and $29.50 per set. Johnson 773-2316. n-18 THE FAMILY OF SERETA TOLLE n-11r spotted meat --C,-RD--O-TPI-ANKS:-My family j0-,ns-me in this note of thanks for many kind and thoughtful deeds while I was a patient at the Harlan Hospital. The cards, visits, and flowers, prayers and other favors meant much to me. Special thanks to the Doctors, nurses and hospital staff and the Rev. Fathers. JOE HENSCHEID, Westphalia. t-10,n-11 CARD OF" THANKS:- My--sincere--thanks to Msgr. Bissen and all my friends, neighbors and relatives for their prayers, visits and cards during my stay at the hospital and also after returning home. It was all very much appreciated. SYLVAN BISSEN Earling n-1O,t-10r A NICE BRIDE SHOWER GIFT -- a gift subscription to the Harlan Newspapers. ewes sold steady from $7.50-$8.50. 00,0000'UBLIC NOTICr.S ! NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF THE WOODSHOP, INC. HARLAN, IOWA 1. The name of this corporation ia THE WOODSHOP, INC., and il organized under the Iowa Business Corporation Act, Chapter 496A of the 1966 Code of Iowao 2. The corporate existence of the corporation commenced on the 30th day of January 1969, and has perpetual duration. 3. The corporation was organized to do any and all lawful acts concerning any and all lawful busS. ness for which corporations may organize under Chapter 496A of the Code of Iowa. 4. The aggregate number of shares which the corporation is authorized to issue is 250,000 shares of Common Stock at a par value of $1.00 each. 5. The address of the initial registered office of the corporation is 1018 6th Street, in the City of Harlan, County of Shelby, Iowa, and the name of its initial registered agent at such address is Robert B. Anaataai. 6. The Directors, as designated in the Articles of Incorporation are: ROBERT B. ANASTASI, HARLAN, 10WA OMER A. ANASTASI, HARLAN, iOWA OSCAR J. ANASTASI, HARLAN, IOWA Dated at Harlant Iowa, this 3rd day of March, 1969 THE WOODSHOP, INC. By Robert B. Anastaai President By Oscar J. Anastaal Vice President By Omer A. Anastasi Secretary.Treasurer (Publish NA March 10, 1969) Page T The Harlan (Iowa) News.Advertiser Mort. Morning, March 10, 1969--.Phone 755-3111 Public Legal Notice Iowa law requires that the residents of this area be notified of certain legal pro- ceedings. Certain individuals, as well as groups, may have a personal interest in these notifications. Often the publication is the (rely public notice. To keep well inform- ed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear under this heading. City Of Harlan ORDINANCE NO. 3.W AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE VACATION AND SALE OF THE Sou'rH HALF OF EIGHTH STREET LYING WEST OF BLOCK (27) IN THE ORIGINAL PLAT OF HARLAN, IOWA. BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HARLAN, IOWA: SECTION 1. Purpose. The purpose of this ordinance is to vacate and sell the following described property and thereby relieve e City of Harlan of the responsibility for the maintenance and supervision. SECTION 2. Facts found. The Council of the City of Harlan hereby makes the following findings: 1. The described property is not needed for the use of the public, and, therefore, its maintenance at public expense is no longer justified. 2. The vacation will not deny the property owners abutting said property reason- able access to their property. 3. Notice of the intended vacation, includ- ing the date on which the Council will first consider the vacating ordinance, has been posted at least twice each block along the described property not more than twenty.one days nor less than seven days prior to the date set for the hearing. 4. The City Clerk has published notice of the proposed sale once each week for ,two consecutive weeks in a newspaper published in and having general circula- tion in the City. The last of these publi- cations appeared not less than ten days before the meeting of the Council at which this ordinance was enacted. SECTION 3. Vacation. The smith half of Eighth Street lying west of Block (27) in the original plat of Harlan, Iowa. SECTION 4. Sale. On behalf of the City, the Mayor shall contract to sell and shall deed the above described property as follows: 1. To Variety Distributors, Incorporated, Harlan, Iowa: The south half of Eighth Street lying west of Block (27) in the original plat of Harlan, Iowa, for the 4 row International corn tandem disc. both 747-24;4 Earling. n-12 21 ft. straight disk, Ill Alfred Wingert Jr., n-ll ices tOrn plowing with or with. Hugh Motensen phone t-16* made draperies after le. Mrs Bud Mitchell, ph. Ave. t-ll and Soybean' Cleaning a portable mill on your 105 W. South St., 268-2373. n-20 plowing. Robert i.. 343-6978. n-lS ANNIVERSARY guest crosses, other social ff plowing, discing0 applied. Clay t-42-ff SERVICE, sales (31[ sales in Harlan each allton each Wednesday. 773-3308, Verner t-38-t[ cleaning, repalr )Y's Radiator Service. n-8It install a. I= Hardware. n-42-tt Breeding . Mld- Harlan phone 755-5429, or 784-2761. n-30-t shelling, also cob Phone 799-2016, Jackson. n-l-tl Sale Dates Claimed 'EY SALE DATES: ins. Loran Boyer Jr. farm WENDELIN 13  Loran Boyer Jr. farm n Buildings Qrected i lor steel I..EGAL- PUBLIC- NOTicI: SO TIlE PEOPI,E MAY KNOW-- Proceedings of Harlan City Council This notice contains information concerning the business of our city government. II appears in the public interest for the public good. The City Council of the City of Harlan. Iowa, met on the 25th day of February, 1969, at 5:30 p.m. in special session in the Council Chambers in City trail, pursuant to law and the rules of said Council and in accordance with the terms of a notice of meeting, a copy of which was served on each member of the Council within the time required by law or left at the place of residence. The meeting was called to order by K.L. Mueller, Mayor, in the chair and on roll call the following Councilmen were Present: LeRoy J, Christensen, John L. Vanderheiden, Wm. H Tinsley, James R. Noble and Gerald Clark Absent: Earl E. Boltinghouse The Mayor announced that the meeting had been called for the purpose of a hearing on the on motion adjourned. C. F. HASKELL, City Clerk K. L. MUELLER, Mayor GENERAL FUND United Tree Service, Inc. - R,O.W. Tree removal ..... $943.00 United Telephone Co. - Telephone bill ...... 13.50 Parker Insurance /ngency Workmen's Compensation premiu m ..... 78.98 PETTY CASH - Meeting expense 8.00 VERERANS MEMORIAL BUILDING - Transfer of funds ..... 3,764.50 C.F. Haskell - Car expense ........ 40.00 PAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2nd half ol January & Blue Cress insurance transfer ......... 994.33 United Tree Service, Inc. - R.O.W. tree remora! .... 853.00 Harlan Municipal Utilities - City hall utilities and street lighting ........ 2,147.88 ttartan Municipal Utilities - Christmas lighting outreading ...... 82.09 PETTY CAStt - Iron trepairs) and misc. office supplies .... 3.25 Harlan Municipal Utilities - vacation and sale of a portion of Eighth Street, O.E.O. office utilities ..... 78.12 pcKup around square ...... 32.00 Omaha Testing Laboratories - Testing & inspection of McKinley Street .... 443.90 Harlan Cement Works - Concrete for sign bases ..... 11.00 TOTAL ......... $3,486.03 PUBLIC SAFETY FUND POLICE ACCOUNT United Telephone Co. of Iowa - Telephone bill ...... $5.90 Dennis McCarty - Overtime in December ....... 8,64 Harlan Answering Service - Police calls for January ..... 125.00 RAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2nd half of January ..... 1,734.68 Bacon Hardware - Keys and cartridges ....... 13.55 Carpenter Uniform Company - Emblems . 104.05 Pexton Drug Store - First aid kit ........ 7.95 Harlan Newspapers - Index cards, chairs and mats ........ 176.93 L.D. Sunderland - Service and recharge extinguisher ...... 3.75 EM. Christensen Auto Co. - Car repairs, grease and oil . . . 113.70 Nollen Oil Company - Gasoline , 177.31 Hi-Way Texaco - Gasoline .... 10.71 Sparky's Standard Service. Gasoline . . . 85.74 the rezoning of certain property and for the United Tree Service, Inc. - transaction of such other business as may come R.O.W. Irec removal ...... 771.50 "D'r. Carl before said meeting. Matt Parrott & Sons Co. - This being the time and place fixed for a Perma binders and lien waivers 21.62 public hearing on the matter of the vacation, sale Systems Sales, Inc. - Copy paper and conveyance of the south half of Eighth Street and intermediate rolls ..... 131.92 lying west of Block (27) in the original plat of Harlan, Iowa. the Mayor called for any oral R.C.Booth Enterprises - ' city map ........ 4.80 objections to the vacation, sale and conveyance But'roughs Corporation - Todd Division - of said street. Dan Buckley appeared in behalf of Sara Payroll journals ....... 70.80 McLaughlin to make an objection. Walter Krantz Wire-Out Products - stated that he signed the petition of consent Correction fluid ....... 6.34 thinking it was okay with McLaughlins and now Bureau of Business Practice - wishes his name taken from petition, tiuman Angle subscription ..... 10.56 After further discussion, including a Norgaard Drug Company- suggestion that the McLaughlin garage could be Misc otfice supplies ..... 4.99 moved to the north, the matter was tabled until Harlan Newspapers - Office supplies, the regular Council meeting on March 4, 1969. desk and official publications .... 371.13 This being the time and place fixed for a Custom Leasing Incorporated - public hearing on the matter of the rezoning of Dry copmr rent ..... 40.25 property as described in the notice published on Farner's - Paper towels .... 4.95 February 6, 1960 in the Harlan Tribune, the Butler Paper Company - Mayor called for any oral objections to the Garbax bags and cups ..... 42.63 rezoning of said property. No oral objections American Linen-Towel Service - thereto had been filed and the City ,Clerk Walk off mat cleaned .... 7.55 reported that no written objections had been National Chemsearch Corporation - filed. Ferti-thaw ...... 36.19 On motion Amendment No. 3 to Ordinance Coast to Coast Stores - Bolts, no. 331 was adopted to rezone the said property washers, plugs, ete ....... 3.69 from Class (A-I) Agricultural to Class (1-2) Anastasi Plumbing & Rearing - Repair Industrial Zone. window well in basement ..... 129.10 Midwest Furniture - ftoover sweeper 100.00 There being no further business, the meeting Paul's Garbage Service - Garbage on motion adjorned C. F. HASKELL, City Clerk pickup at City trail ..... 6.) K. L. MUELLER, Mayor Franksen & Johnson - Paste 2.00 Rixen Real Estate - Public officials and employees blanket bond . 75.75 The City Council of the City of Harlan, Iowa, met pursuant tolaw and the rules of said Council Coast to Coast Stores - in regular session in the Council Chambers in the Gun cleaning kit . . 2.99 City Hall at 5:30 p.m. on the 18th day of February, 1969. The meeting was called to order by K. L. Mueller, Mayor, in the chair and the following named Councilmen were Present: LeRoy J. Christensen, John L. Vanderheiden, Win. H. Tinsley, James R Noble, Gerald Clark and Earl E. Boltinghouse Absent: None The City Clerk presented the minutes from TOTAL ........ $10,851.41 STREET FUND United Telephone Company - Telephone bill ...... $9.00 Parker Insurance Agnecy - Workmen's Comp. premium ....... 519.02 PETTY CASH - Shoveling snow . . 5.25 PAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2rid the previous meeting which were approved, half of January ..... 127.50 On motion the application of Ivan Mar- Hopp Construction Company- tindale, d-b-a East Side Tavern, for a Class "'B" Snow removal ....... 390.60 Beer Permit and bond was approved. Grant McMartin, Attorney, was authorized Harlan Municipal Utilities - Street garage utilities ...... 135.10 to write to the Insurance Company of North PETTY CASft - Snow removal, America in behalf of the City of Harlan and repair part ...... 12.95 waive the sixty (60) day notice provision as Parker Insurance Agency - Insurance provided under Iowa Code, Section 614.1 (1). Further coosideration was given to the bids on Street garage ....... 131.00 received for a new Police Car and after E.M. Christensen Auto Co.- discussion, all bids were rejected. Overhaul wheel cylinder ...... 16.85 On motion the application of Max E. Bacon, Reid Body Shop - Repair door d-b-a Touch'e Lounge, for a Class "B" Beer latch on pickup .... 5.60 Permit and bond was granted. Harlan Welding & Machine Shop - Abstract of Claims No. 152 in the total straighten drive shaft ...... 2.28 amount of $47,378.26 was approved and allowed Petsche Plumbing & tteating - for payment. Misc. repair parts . . . 1.74 On motion a RESOLUTION OF PETITION Norgaard's DX - Tire repair 2.00 TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OF THE Nebraska Tractor & Equipment Co. STATE OF IOWA TO CAUSE Tile Equipment repairs ...... 2.61 ABATEMENT OF THE NUISANCE OF OF- Missouri Valley Machinery Co. - FENSIVE ODORS AND THE ELIMINATION Cutting edges . . . 118.39 OF ANY POLLUTION OF THE NISHNABoTNA Ned's Tire Service - RIVER was adopted. Calcium chloride ....... 206,00 The City Clerk presented a copy of the minutes of the Public Health and Sanitation Committee meeting held on February 8, 1969, containing their recommendations on [he Pork Plant matter and a sewer rental charge. The City Clerk presented the minutes of the Street Committee meeting held on February 6, 1969, containing their recommendation of the building permit application of Variety Distributors, Inc. On motion their recom- mendation was accepted and the building permit denied for construction of a loading dock. There being no further business, the meeting Lee Lytle - sand spreading . . . 62.70 Jerry Lyric - sand spreading 31.30 Squealer Feed Company - Street salt ........ 956.00 G. A. Finley, Inc. - Sand for streets ....... 75.20 Harlan Sta-Bilt Construction Co. - snow removal ........ 129,60 American Linen-Towel Service - Walkoff mat cleaned ...... 7.55 Harlan Mechanical Contractors - Repair furnace ...... ,50.89 Paul's Garbage Service - Garbage Bisgard - Blood tests . 20.00 Takin Bros. Freight Line, Inc. - Freight on chairs ..... 12.00 Crawford County Memorial Hospital - Blood test ........ 15.00 United Telephone Co. of Iowa - Cable and relays rental and loop rental Ior police switch lights .... 213.00 TOTAl ......... 12,027.91 PUBLIC SAFETY FUND FIRE ACCOUNT D-A Lubricant ComPany , Inc. - Oil . . 24,00 Harlan Welding & Machine Shop, Inc. - Material and labor at pump station . . 12.78 Novelty Machine & Supply Co. - Misc. machine parts ...... 7,97 Earl May Garden Center - Grass seed, bug and rose dust ..... 14.95 Chemco Co., Inc.- Cleaner ..... 9.85 TOTAL ........ 11,074.07 RECREATION FUND SWIMMING POOL ACCOUNT Parker Insurance Agency - Workmen's Comp. premium . . $34.41 ROAD USE TAX FUND Chemco Co., Inc., - Solvent solution . $121.50 Roy V. Linton - Car expanse . 25.00 Morgan A. Camery - Car expense . . 40.00 PAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2rid half of January ...... 1,301.36 The Building Inspector - one-year subscription ...... 5.00 PETTY CASH - Tubing and weatherhead ...... 136 Monarch Uniform Rental - Uniform rental ........ 54.04 Vic's Gulf Service - Gasoline .... 7.69 Hi-Way Texaco - Gasoline .... 7.83 Norgaard's DX - Gasoline .... 59.38 Chet Haase Oil Co. - Diesel fuel ....... 8.27 Mike's Co-op Service - Gasoline . . 54.47 Nell's Tire Service - Tires 102.50 Pennsylvania Consumers Off Co. - Diesel fuel ........ 41.44 H & H Service - Gasoline and oil . . 29.05 Sidles Company - Oil, copper coat, fuses and hoses ...... 45.82 Sieg Nebraska Co. - Bolt, batteries and lamps ....... 24.30 Wigness Machine Shop - Cable ..... 1.06 Audrey Arnold - Liquid United Telephone Co. of Iowa - concentrate hand cleaner ..... 27.60 Telephone bill ........ $18.00 Coast to Coast Stores - Tarp, Parker Insurance Agency - weatherstripping, tape, etc ....... 16.26 Workmen's Comp. premium ..... 101.64 Harlan Lumber & Supply, Inc. - l|arlan Answering Service - Misc. lumber ......... 9.24 Fire calls for January ..... 17.,5.00 TOTAL ......... $1,98.i0 PETTY CASH - Caulk Compound ..... 33 Wigness Machine Shop - Nitrogen . . . 32.00 TRUST & AGENCY FUND S & S Skelly Service - Gasoline . . 3.41 Bacon Hardware - Chain and toggles . . 2.80 Iowa Employment Security Commission - United Telephone Co. of Iowa - City's share of FICA for January . . $580.79 Loop rental for fire whistle and fire banks and cut-off key ...... 74.40 Iowa Public Employees Retirement System - Parker Insurance Agency - City's share of IPERS Fire Hall insurance ..... 168.00 for January ........ 397.57 Reid Body Shop - Wrecker service . . 7.50 TOTAL ......... $9"/8.36 Otto C. nansen Impl. - Repair fan in Fire Hall ...... 11.56 TOTAL ........ $544.64 SANITATION FUND SANITATION ACCOUNT United Telephone Co. of Iowa - Long distance calls ...... $2.16 PAYROLL FUND Associated Hospitals Service, Inc. - Blue Cross group insurance for February. 27.85 Shelby County State Bank - Federal withholding for January ....... 1,498.35 Parker Insurance Agency - Workmen's Comp. premium ..... 101.64 Iowa Employment Security Commission - PAYROLL FUND - Transfer ad FICA withheld for January .... 580.79 halt of January ...... 440.56 Iowa Public Employees Retirement System - PETTY CASH - Labor and mileage .... 27.40 IPERS withheld for January . 397.57 Rush Shoe Service - Repair TOTAL ........ $3,404.r tarp of caterpillar ...... 6.50 TOTAl .......... 158426 PARKING METER FUND SANITATION FUND Rockwell Manufacturing Company - Payment SEWER RENTAL ACCOUNT on contract for Dec. and Jan ..... $400.00 PAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2nd United Telephone Co. of Iowa - half of January ....... 531.50 Long distance calls ...... $1.05 Rockwell Manufacturing Co. - PETTY CASH - Supplies ..... 3.28 Misc. repair parts ....... 140.53 PAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2nd Brandt Automatic Cashier Co. - half of January ...... 520.96 Penny wrappers ........ 6.10 Harlan Municipal Utilities - Sidles Company - Rustoleum ...... 2.92 Disposal plant utilities ...... 266.71 TOTAL ....... $1,081.05 Iowa State University - Lab training course registration ...... 20.00 SIDEWALK PROJECT (19681 PETTY CASH - Frames for documents . . 3.37 Allied Electronics Corporation - PAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2nd Volt tester ........ 10.62 ..half of Janua.ry ..... $246,29 Economy Printing Co. - Pen refills, envelopes, tape, etc ....... 6.13 SEWER IMPROVEMENTS (i1 Hach Chemical Company, Inc. - Misc. lab equipment ........ 26.82 PAYROLL FUND - Transfer 2rid Monarch Uniform Rental - half of January $283.11 Uniform rental ...... 26,61 H & H Service - Gasoline ..... 16.27 Franksen & Johnson - Paint AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS (18) for mop closet ........ 2.25 Sieg Nebraska Company - Misc. Shelby County State Bank - maintenance supplies ...... 9.10 Certificate of Deposit ...... $20,000.00 Iowa State Industries - Wax, scouring powder and sanitizer ..... 25.78 ABSTRACT TOTAl ........ 14"/,378. Village Mart, Inc. - Nails, bolts, corner clamps, film and bulbs (Pork Plant) ........ 6.57 Petersen Battery & Electric - Exhaust fan Abstract of Claims No. 152 approved and motor over wet well and check allowed for payment this lSth day of February, motor starter ........ 24.12 1969. Harlan Mechanical Contractors - K.L. MUELLER, Mayor Maintenance at plant ....... 12.27 A'IEST: Coast to Coast Stores - C.F. HASKELL, Clerk Glue. fuses, keys. etc ...... 22,61 sum of One Hundred and No/100 ($100.00) Dollars SECTION 5. Repealer. All ordinances or part= of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 6. Saving Clause. If any section, provisions, or part of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstLtutional, uch ad- judication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any section, provtsiotl, or part thereof not adjudged invalid or, un- constitutional. SECTION 7. When Effective. This ordinance shall be in effect after its final passage, approval, and publ/cations as provided by law. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 4th day of arch, 1969. K. L. MUELLER, Mayor ATTEST: C. F. HASKELL, City Clerk (Publish NA arch 10) Plan pruning demonstration Shelby County Extension Service will hold an apple pruning demonstration March 14, at 1:30 p.m. at the Donald R. Anderson farm, located 6 miles south, 6 miles east and /z mile south of Harlan. This is 6 miles east of the southeast corner of the airport on the "Prairie Rose Lake" road, then '/ mile south. The demonstration will " be given by Jim Cook, Extension Horticulture Specialist for Southwest Iowa. Dr Cook will show how to prune old apple trees that have been neglected. He will also demonstrate the correct methods of pruning young trees so they will have strong branches and regular production. QUESTIONS, ANSWERS ON SOCIAL SECURITY Q. Does the social security office have people available to speak to groups and explain social security benefits? A. Yes. Social security representatives visit communities. Through talks, films, and other planned activities they will assist groups in in- forming their members about their rights and responsibilities under social security. Q. Can films be obtained from the social security office? A. The Social Security Administration has a number of films available. These are listed in pamphlet number 49. Write to your local office and ask for it. Q. I live in a rural community and I am not able to go to the social security office. Where can I find out when a social security representative visits my area. A. Your local post office has a listing of the dates that a representative will be in your area. You can also contact the social security office for the same information. Letter size, choice of tabs. Heavy weight stock. LEGAL PADS Letter or Leqal Size EXPANDING Letter size, heavy kraft file expands to full 22". Indexed A to Z. HARLAN TRIBUNE Published Thursday DELUXE SWIVEL STOOL--Featurinq a 2" thick foam rubber seat for comfort. Four- way adjustable back rest padded and upholstered in Leatherette in Green, Ma. roon or Brown. Wide foot rest rinq fin- ished in Chrome. Heiqht adjustment from 26" to 32". with Casters ;.7: Office Supply Dept. of N00RL/B 1111BUllE modern farm systems centeri For complete systems planning, sales & service FEATURING... m ...Tomorrow's grain systems todayl BINS FANS * HEATERS AUGERS DRYERS FLOORS ACCESSORIES 15 YEARS A LEADER with the Newest and Best Grain Drying' Storage and Handling. COMPLETE systems Planning, Engineering, Er- ection Service, Farm and Commercial. ECK'S ENTERPRISES Dwight M Eckel, owner -- Ron Goetzinger, Coordinator & Supt. Shelby, iowa Phone 544-2771 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL: 600 bu. an hour Portable ontinous Flow Dryer - $5,995.00. OR same capacity, receiving & drying in per. manent storage at Same Price. FREE TICKETS to the great farm show at Omaha March 11 and 12... get them now from us. I I I III II I I II II IIIIIII III II I I I II iii i i