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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                4 Nov 6 1946 Maaon City Mason City la LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss To Earl Kuhlmeler Myrtle Kublmeier Kchlmeler Turkey Hatchery and Cerro Gordo County Iowa You are hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution to me directed and Issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa and for Cerro Gordo County upon a judgment rendered In said Court in favor of First National Bank Mason City Iowa and against Earl Kuhlmeier Myrtle Kuhlmeler Kuhlmcicr Turkey Hatchery and Cerro Gordo County Iowa for the DIGESTIVE 1BACI And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Dont expect to jet real relief from headache sour pis and bad brcith by taking ooda and other alfcnlizera If the true cause of your trouble is constipation In this case your real trouble is not in the stomach at all But in the intestinal tract where 80 of your food is digested And when the lower part seta blocked food may fail to aigert properly What you want for real relief is some thine to unblock your lower intestinal tract Something to clean it out Nature get back on her feet Get Carters PiUs right now Take them as directed They gently and effectively un block your digestive tract UMiia permits all 6 of Natures own digestive juices to mix better with your food You get genuine relief from indigestion so you can feel really good again Get Carters Pills at any Unblock your intestinal tract for real relief from indigestion sum of Fifteen Hundred Fifty Eight and 09100 Dollars debt and Nine teen and 05100 Dollars costs and Fifty Five and 58100 Dol lars attorneys fee I have levied upon the following described real estate to wit Lot 3 in Block 7 In Laws Addition to Mason City Iowa and that on the 26th day of November 194C at 2 oclock P M at the front door of the Court House in Mason City Cerro Gordo County Iowa I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said exe cution together with all legal costs ac cruing Dated at the Sheriffs office in Mason City this 28lh day of October 194G T H PHALEN Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County Iowa WESTFALL LAIRD AND BURRINGTON Attorneys NOTICE OF TBOBATi OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss In District Court NOGG09 Septem ber Term 1946 To all whom It may concern You arc hereby notified that an in strument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Esther Dun lavcy Deceased dated November 4th 1941 having been this day filed opened and read Monday the 18th day of No Relief At Last ForYourCougb Creomnlsion relieves promptly be cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw tender In Darned bronchial mucous mem branes Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creortmlsion with the un flerstanfling you must lite the way it quickly allays the cough or you are CREOMULSION Con As Chest Colds Bronchitis vember Is fixed for hearinf proof of same at the Court House In Mason CUy Jowa before the District Court o said Couiily or the Clerk of said Court and at 2 oclock P M of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required toappear and show cause If any they have why said Instrument should not be Probatei and allowed as and for the last will and Testament of said deceased Dated at Mason City Iowa October SH MacPEAK Clerk of District Court By MAHGARET RILEY Deputy ORDINANCE NO An Ordinance Keculatlnc the Use Streets and Jllfhways in the City Mason City Iowa Providing lor the Installation Regulation and Control of Parklnt Meters and Parkin Meter Zones frovldlitf lor the Enforcement Hereof and Penalties for the Viola tion Hereof BBJT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL of the City of Mason City Iowa Section 1 Definitions As used In this ordinance the following words shall be defined as follows a Vehicle means every device in upon or by which any person or property or may be transported or drawn upon a highway except devices moved by human power or used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks b Parking Meter Zones shall mean those portions of streets described and established herein as zones within which the parking of vehicles regulated and inspected with the aid of time devices or rcetcrs herein referred to as parking me ers c Individual Parking Space shall be that portion of the paved street adjacent to the curb as shall be specified and marked off by the City Engineer which space is to be used for the accommo dation and parking of one vehicle Section Parking Meter Zones The following portions of streets are hereby established as parking meter zones a Sixty Minute Parking Zones 1 Federal Avenue from Second Street South to Third Street North 2 South Delaware Avenue from State Street to First Street South 3 Delaware Avenue North from Second Street North to Third Street North 4 First Street South from Washington Do your Christmas Gift plans include a Watch for a Lucky someone LAYAWAY A WATCH during DAMLS JEWELRY u fyfatfok btgle tm out Were planning a big week of watch values because we want you who have wanted a watch for yourself or for giftgiving to come in NOW when choosing is easy because we go to great lengths to make it so Weve just unpacked 3 large number of fine modern truly postwar watches for your inspection Mans handsome new NURSES 17jewel model with expansion wrist watch with sweep band second hand Weekly Terms At No Extra Cost Corner of Federal Ave and First Street North Avenue east to the alley between wareAvenue and Pennsylvania Avenue 5 State street from Washington Av enue to Pennsylvania Avenue 0 First Street North from Washing ton Avenue to Delaware Avenue 7 Second Street North from Fcdi Avenue to Delaware Avenue b Twelve Minute Parking Zones 1 South side of First Street Southwest from alley West of Federal Avenue io Washington Avenue 2 South side of First Street Southeast from Delaware Avenue East to the alley between Delaware Avenue and Pennsyl vania Avenue 3 East side of Delaware Avenue from the north line of Second Street North and North to the Driveway Into the Fed eral Post Office and Court House Section 3 Individual Parking Space The City Engineer by lines or other ap propriate markings painted upon the curb or street shall designate the indi vidual parking space upon each street in the parking meter rone It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle across any such line or marking or to park any ve hicle in such position that it shall not be entirely within the space designated by such lines or markings Section 4 Parking Meters Installed The City Engineer is hereby authorized and directed to place install and main tain parking meters upon the curb or in the immediate vicinity of individual parking spaces in the parking meter zonrs Each such parking meter shall be so constructed and adjusted so as to show when properly operated a signal that the space adjacent thereto is or is not legally in use Section 5 Parking meters when in stalled and properly operated shall be so adjusted as to show legal parking dur ing a period of twelve minutes upon and after the deposit therein of a United States one cent coin twentyfour min utes upon and after the deposit therein of two United States one cent coins thir tysix minutes upon and alter the de posit therein of three United States one cent coins fortyeight minutes upon and after the deposit therein of four United States one cent coins sixty minutes upon and after deposit therein of five United States one cent coins or one United States five cent coin Payments of the aforesaid amounts for the above periods shall be made for parking in the areas set forth herelnabove Section 0 it shall be unlawful for any person to cause allow permit or suffer any vehicle registered in the name of or operated by such person to be parked overtime or more than twelve minutes in any individual parking space in which the maximum meter time is twelve min utes qr more than one hour in any in dividual parking space in which the maximum meter time is sixty minutes Section 7 It shall be unlawful for any person to cause allow or permit any registered in the name of or operated by such person to be parked in OR to remain in any individual parking space while the meter for such space is displaying a signal inolcatlng that the vehicle occupying such space has been parked beyond theperiod of time pre scribed for such individual parking space Section 8 This ordinance and the park ing meters within the parking meter zones shall be in operation and function six days a week as follows On Monday through Saturday from eight 8 oclock a m to five 5 oclock p m This ordi nance shall not be in effect and the said parking meters shall not be in op eration at other hours on said days nor upon Sundays or legal holidays Section 9 Charge for Parking The amount of the coins required to be de posited in parking meters as provided icrein is hereby levied and assessed as a fee to provide for the proper regula ion control and inspection1 of traffic upon the public streets and to cover the cost of supervising regulating and in specting the parking of vehicles In the sarking meter zones provided for herein he cost of placing and maintaining lines or markings designating parking spaces in parking meter zones and the cost of the purchase supervision pro tection inspection installation operation maintenance control and use of the parking meters shall be deposited in the Consolidated Fund from which disburse ments shall be made for the purposes herein set forth Section 10 It shall be the duty of the City Engineer to designate such person or jersons as may be required to make reg ular collections of the money deposited n the parking meters and to deposit said money with the City Treasurer who shall deposit the same as herein provided Any person or persons employed to make collections of corns from the parking me ters shall be bonded in the sum of One Thousand Dollars to insure he faithful performance of his duties The cost of such bond shall be paid by he City of Mason City Iowa Section H Unlawful to extend parking Ime It shall fae unlawful for any per on to deposit or to cause to be deposited n a parking meter any coin for the pur pose of extending the parking time be yond the time fixed for the individual marking space adjacent to such meter Section 13 It shall be unlawful for any person to deposit or cause to be deposited n any parking meter any slug device IP other material as a substitute for a me cent or five cent coin of the United itates Section 13 It shall be unlawful for any person to deface injure tamper with jpen without authority or wilfully 0reak destroy or impair the usefulness f any parking meter or to hitch any animal or object to any parking meter nstalled under the provisions this irdinance Section 14 Penalty Any person firm jr corporation found guilty of violating any provisions of this ordinance shall upon conviction be fined in the sum hot exceeding One Hundred Dollars or imprisoned in the City Jail for a term lot exceeding thirty 30 days Section 15 Severability If any section part of section or provision hereof shall e held to be unconstitutional or invalid he remaining provisions hereof shall levertheless remain in full force and ef fect and to this end the provisions of this ordinance are hereby declared to be everable Section 16 This ordinance shall be in ull force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by aw Proposed for adoption this 16th day of September 1946 Adopted this 4day November 194C PEARL B KEIiOGG City Clerk Approved H E BRUCE Mayor PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING Public Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Zoning Commission of the City Mason City Iowa will beheld at the City Hall in Mason City Iowa on the 21st day of November 1946 at sclock p ra at which time and place he following requests for a change of rone from C Single Family District to TwoFamily District will be brought on for hearing on the following described iropertyr Lot 1 Block D Oak Park Addition Also change of zone from E Apart ment District to F Commercial Lots 2 3 6 7 Block 55 BrowQfti Addition and Lots 2 3 6 7 10 11 Block Q Me serveys Addition Any person interested therein may ap iear at said time and place and file ob ections thereto H W CONOVEH Chairman Zoning Commission PUBLIC NOUCE OF HEARING Public Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Adjustment of he City Mason City Iowa will be leld at the City Hall in Mason City owa at oclock p m on the 19th day of November 1946 at which time and place the following appeal from the ruling of C W Harnblin Building Com missioner of Mason City Iowa will come on for hearing before the Board of Ad ustment of the City of Mason City Iowa upon application by James J Zanios to nstall an overhead door Property dc cribed as follows Wwt 198 ft of Lot 9 except west 60 ft of South 120 ft NEU SWVi 99620 also known as 104 Sixth Street South west Any person interested therein may ap pear at said time and place and file Abjections thereto W L NICHOLS Chairman Board of Adjustment TAKES OVER CHILDREN Geneva Switzerland hternational Union for the Pro ection of Children has voted to ake over the patronage of the estalozzi childrens village at Trogen Switzerland where 384 war orphans are to live Texas has 132 government hos pitals within its borders THEYRE TOPFLIGHT LABELS IN OUR YEARAROUND Cotton Shop MAYFLOWER KAY DUNHILL MANTAILORED QUEENMAKE Mayflower 601 Action Maid styling in plaids or stripes a wonderful daytimer Blue red brown Sizes 12 to 40 895 ManTailored 209 famous Rockin chair styling in chambray contrasting belt Gold brown blue green Sizes 10 to 20 1095 Kay Dunhill 207 The Golfer in striped chambray coat style with back fullness Rose green grey Sizes 12 to 40 895 QueenMake 925 Timeless Classic Sanforized chambray a Matheny Ryan fabric Rose blue grey 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