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Progress Review (Newspaper) - October 1, 1975, La Porte City, Iowa Where People Count Most" Don't Drinkl Water To Fire Going from the subject of watpr fn f The fire triangle 'of the three STS 3n -symbol used by f ?ters; wil1 also as the roof shape for the mini-tower Woman Of The Year fire to women but that's what we're -moving to now. e re Lf City BPW is to Year 3S "Woma" Of The but mUSt ?mp iy n0t have to be BPW ..members. As you consider possible wndidates remember the many g with .their farmer husbands. They considered gainfully employed if on TIlf.re.are a women who qualify on yQUr MK fggest the name a person you'd i.- yuce to see honored. Water Main [Shock Treatment This Weekend ftattenborg and Ken State Department of drinking, cooking, bathing, etc i 5' wash tubs or containers Prior to 4 Water will have to set in the water morning. Radio and for everyone. City Utilities manager Rick residents are asked to store water advised not t< lawns, flowers or shrnhc t f aquariums snrubs, or fish BPW "Woman Year- for nonunations to by women from La Porte City would like to nommate Someone The wanner will be guest of honor at the October 8 BPW meeting to be held at Cizek Hall, Sacred Heart Church. BPW Buoss0'The Year Name of the "Boss of the Year Adult Classes Scheduled To Begin October 6 The La Porte City Community School wiL sponsor adult education classes here beginning the week of October 6 Classes being offered include City Records Audited found the of the very well maintained This Wednesday, October 1 1Q7R Food Stamp Office Cuts Back Time Here Decorating, Women's II Advanced Sewing. A complete listing of the courses of re are printed elsewhere in an ad- -vertisement in this issue should contact the high school, 342-2697, or Ree Bulbs, 342-2566, administrator of the program. There must be at least enroned in each class to, ofteredtor onerea lor a person. High school students may enroll in An audit of the La Porte City Municipal Ut, Hies was also made for the same time period by state auditor Lloyd Smith we City in cash. He suggested that for days between number four for today: Rules. Pou can still buy "dried beef" at amers but they can't call it that re Because of government regu- they now have to refer to New Cars Displayed This Week Area residents are invited to view the new automobiles for 1976 and enjoy coffee and donuts at both the Ford and car dealers here this week. serving coffee and donuts tnt new model' Chevrolets availlbll throughout the day. Motor will host a showing of 1976 models in the Ford line. Thev will Fund of were not carried in the Utilities records and they should be included m all financial reports. Smith said that a comparison of figures for the light plant, water works and sewage disposal plant for 1972, '73 and '74 shows a progressive trend toward deficit spending." This situation necessitates the need for a continuous study and analysis of the ratio of receipts to expenditures and proper adjustments in Utility rates to keep pace with rising he added. boiS of uonuses to Utility employees an "im proper expenditure from public Practice" of the Benda Seeks Council Seat T-V- and Ken's a n a position on the La before the September He was the tenth person to take out are for public may be seen at the SPAPJLRl
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