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V quilt Y and Jim Reincrt of Farlhmn, the Kalona Fall Festival th,'ul memories. The Star of Bethlehem quilt, raffled anabcr of commerce was won by Reinert who initiall U" ' Y rchasc only one ticket. She didn't listen and listed his Of course it was the one with his name that was upje collected thir "- pai ' e prize l'nday, and have ohms to return # loyees work with FFA viii be given an specific items such as lells and school get their Jives {O John corporate tli Merck & Co., employee, or a will bc an Iowa lhmily their personal extend a helping lives have be('n the llocxling." ra ssible for any all of the victims problems faced by all of the llood victims, this effort gives employees a way to respond to specific and immediate needs - and to show that Ihe concern tbr our 'neighbors' has not receded with the flood waters or disappeared with the press coverage." Fourteen chapters in Iowa already have signaled interest in locating and signing up families for the program, said Wayne A. Nattress, executive director for the Iowa FFA l:oundatiou, and more chapters are expected to join. After Merck families have been assigned ;rod relief items collected, packages will be sent to the appropriate local FFA chapter for delivery. Nattress says U.S. Senator Ctmrles Grassley (IA) has offered help in coordinating the relief effort, expected m be completed by the end of t )clober. Merck & Co., Inc., is an international research-intensive health products company, 712 5! :: 211 5th Street Kalogai Iowa 52247 NGToN COMMUNITY THEATER presents /JE tlll y ryChase OCtober 7, 8, 9, 1993 aShingtoBn :C07$mmnity Center Washington, Iowa .%: McCleery Auditorium Adults_ $7.00 Students- $5.00 ,,.. All Seats Reserved uffice Opens Friday, October 1 3 p.m., Monday- Saturda3 Phone: (319) 653-5178 P.O. Box 347 Washington, IA headquartered at Whitehouse Station, New Jersey. For information about Family-to. Family, contact John R. Taylor, Merck & Co., Inc., (908) 423-2042, or Wayne A. Nattress, Iowa FFA Foundation, (515) 967-4000. IPERS program at Kirkwood Public employees covered by the IPERS retirement system may attend informational meetings and private consultations about retirement benefits October 25-27 at Kirkwood Community College. The Cedar Rapids event is part of a statewide program of regional meetings planned by IPERS. Officials said a general informational meeting Monday, October 25, at 7 p.m. is open to all IPERS-covered persons in the Cedar Rapids ,area. The program will be in Iowa llall, Kirkwood campus. Persons within three years of planned retirement ate also invited to schedule private consultations with IPERS representatives Tuesday and Wednesday, October 26 and 27. At the meetings, individuals will discuss available benefit options and obtain retirement income estimates. Kirkwood officials said interested persons should schedule private consultations by Oetobei" 11, by calling 1-800-622-3849. tluman resources offices at school districts and other agencies covered by IPERS also have benefit estimate forms which can be used by employees in advance of the Kirkwcyod program. Campaign disclosure requirements told As the November 2 municipal election date approaches, candidates are reminded of several requirements of law. The Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board notes: Candidates are required to print a "paid for by" statement on all printed political advertising, including newspaper ads, flyers, brochures, mailings and outdoor advertising other than candidate yard signs. Penalties apply for the failure to print this statement on the promotional materials. Disclosure reporting is required by candidates who exceed a $500 financial threshold. Depending upon when the above threshold is exceeded, reports are required to be filed with the county r, il The Mission Book Store Your Christian Book Store Books, Bibles, music, videos and gif/s. 315 B Avenue Kalona, Iowa 52247 Stop In Or Call 656-3020 I / I auditor, with fines automatically assessed for late reports. Forms and instructions are available from the auditor or the Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board in Des Moines (which audits the reports, assesses the fines and enforces the law in general). THE KALONA NEWS - Thursday, October 7, 1993 - Pa e 7 Video Tape Duplicating $8.95 Per Copy Price Includes Tape Any business that receives more than $10,000 in cash in a single transaction or in at least two related transactions must promptly report these payments to the Internal Revenue Service. People in the real estate business, coin dealers, attorneys, and retailers of such big-ticket items as cars, trucks, boats, jewelry, and furs are often affected by this reporting requirement. & S Radio & Electric Across From The Bakery Phone 656-2016 Downtown Kalona Mortgage Rates starting at 6.25% the variable rate APR is 6.93% -- rate may increase annually. 24-hour loan approval pending appraisal $350 Maximum Closing Costs Includes Abstracting, title opinion, appraisal & recording fees. Rexall Calcium 500 mg Bottle of 60 BUY 1AT$3. 19 GET SECONO FOR 1~ MORE Rexall Sun-Vile Tablets Bollle of 130 BUY 1 AT $6,41 GET SECOND FOR 1c MORE Rexall Senior-Vite Tablets Bottle of 90 BUY 1 AT $6,07 GET SECONOFOR t~ MORE Rexall One Tablet Daily Bottle of 100 BU~. 1 A T $2.69 GET SECOND FOR 1~ MORE Rexall One Tablet Daily + Iron Bottle of 100 BUY I AT $2.83 GET SECONO~on f MORt Rexall Potassium Gluconate 595 mg Bottle of 100 BUY # AT $2.69 GEl SECOND FOR tc MORE Rexall Iron(Ferrous Sulfate) 325 illg Bottle of 100 BUY t A1 $2.84 Gf [ S~COND/.OR f MORE Rexall Vitamin B-6100 mg Bottle of 100 BUY I AT $5, 11 GET SECONDFOR I~ MORE