Le Mars Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 30, 2004, Le Mars, Iowa Erika - Lady pull 10 t Me carrier delivered to your home on Sentinel INDEX For the People & Classifieds LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX Sitzmann wants fairness and for Kingsley Fire Department By Marsha L. Melnichak News editor Supervisor Paul effort to get for the Kingsley Fire Department from county Local Option Sales Tax money was in vain His was the only Sitzmann began his plea by know there was a misunderstanding either of the ballot or there was other things that entered into why they did not send an Because they did not apply for LOST he the fire department should be Sitzmann suggested the that was the average award amount to the other county fire departments would be an appropriate said dollars that were taken out of economic development of and each fire department within the county was given and Kingsley was not listed on that common sense only tells us they probably should be a part of that There was still left over and above what was handed out and put back in the I guess I would ask that this board reconsider and possibly give that to the Kingsley Fire Department as they could certainly use it as well as what the others ones got it Supervisor Rich Philips countered over I see you didn't fund any of the fire Am I correct did said who added that the thought the fire department requests were part of the Philips question referred to the supervisor's individual lists of suggested rankings and suggested amounts to be The ballot approved by voters read in for County Improvements including the construction of a New thing we've got a number of applicants that abided by the instruction of application date and whatnot that are going David Vander Hamm See on Page 3 FANFARE Patriotic music highlights Saturday band concert Members of the Le Mars Municipal Band trumpet section front row - Kyle Abby Kevin and Roger Back row - Richard Ed Corey Collmann and Ben By Beverly Van Buskirk Lifestyles A concert of music will be presented by the Le Mars Municipal Band this July 3, at 8 p.m. in Foster The date is a departure from their usual 4th of July Refreshments at the concert will be provided by the The club's annual ice cream social begins at 6:30 p.m. and continues through the Jerry Bertrand will direct the with the Rev. Gary Landsness announcing the concert The band will open the concert with Washington one of John Philip Sousa's most popular The band will then play and Shaker by Minnesota composer John Featured soloist for this concert will be clarinetist Dr. Deborah Check She is the curator of education at the National Music Museum in and assistant photo by Beverly Van sor of music at the University of South Dakota where she teaches She holds degrees in music from the University of and the University of where she received a doctorate in clarinet performance and Reeves has taught at various colleges and universities in and She plays with the South Dakota Symphony in Sioux and the See on 3 ICE CREAM DAYS Museum scoops up root beer floats By Beverly Van Buskirk Lifestyles aft Plymouth Historical The County Museum gets into the Ice Cream Days spirit with a number of including root beer floats served in the historic Miller's Lunch display Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Miller's Lunch is located -on the museum's third The diner actually existed on the north edge of Le Mars from 1943 to 1990. When the business the museum obtained many of the including the counter and Two special exhibits are planned ' throughout the Ice Cream Days weekend The history of Dairy and Blue Bunny ice cream and Gehlen Joseph Schools will be on display in the Home Room on the museum's main Alumni from Gehlen Joseph celebrate the school's 50th anniversary this The museum's Flea Market will be in hold in the Gym from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the concession stand open all day in the gym Saturday also features the free watermelon compliments of Timmy's at 3 p.m. in the museum Sunday features the Stroll Down 01' a 3 p.m. walking tour which will begin at the The walkers will travel along Central Avenue South to highlight the architecture of homes from Fourth Street to Eighth with two side Last over 1,100 people went through the museum during one day of Ice Cream according to museum Admission to the museum is The listed on the National Register of Historic is located at 335 First Ave. Le Visitors are welcome to tour all five floors of the now served by an ICE CREAM DAYS Celebration takes flight By Sue Morris Staff writer Le Mars Jce Cream days July 2, 3,4 3004 by Qui in a Activities on the final day of Ice Cream Days 2004 start at 8 a.m. with a golf From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. activities take to the skies at the Le Mars Municipal Airport on U.S. Highway 75 The Three River Flyers will demonstrate a sport plane show featuring a tennis ball formation in the Canoe" and a candy Introductory flight lessons will be offered by the Ultra Flights during the same Concessions will be at the airport until 4:30 p.m. From 1 to 2 p.m. the Golden Kernels Air Show Team presents their fast-moving program with music and novelty flights through Narration and music include flights by the Flying Flying Snoopy's Woodstock and the Red Columbia Space Shuttle and the Flying Stop Spectators are invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets for the free From 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. the public is invited to join the Wind Rhythm Kite Club to fly their kites at the A trip along Le Mars architectural history is sponsored by the Plymouth County Historical The Stroll Down OP Main Tour begins at 3 p.m. at the 335 First Ave. to hear about the history of the while walking from along Central Avenue South from Fourth to Eighth Streets with two side From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. inner tubes and rafts may be brought into the Le Mars 300 12th St. S.E. Fees are charged for the Ride at the Outdoor At 10 p.m. Sky Show 2004 at the Plymouth County 500 Fourth Ave. is coordinated with KLEM 1410 AM The fireworks are sponsored by the City of Le Mars with the help of proceeds from beverage can Cans or plastic bottles with deposits can be placed in the bin on the east side of the parking lot to be sorted by Girl Scouts from Le Mars and While not officially scheduled as part of Ice Cream residents and visitors waiting for the Sky Show can enjoy Gospel Fest from 7 to 9:30 July 4 at the Olson Cultural Event A free will offering will be In case of Gospel Fest will move to the auditorium of Le Mars Community Middle Performers include and Susan with Music for the Savior from the Le Mars and RemBen vocalists Gary and Linda Reeves of Le Mars playing accordion and Wellspring 3 from the Marcus the Rev. Matt an impressionist from Le and Phil a singer and guitarist from Sioux ICE CREAM DAYS Check for insert today In today's Daily Sentinel you can find the schedule for Ice Cream Days A brief kick-off has been added to the At 4:45 p.m. today June 30) two teams will report for ice cream relays in the parking lot of the Ice Cream Capital of the Visitor Center on U.S. Highway 75 The community and business leaders will be competing in messy antics as Ron Demers of Channel 4 KTIV reports his on the segment around 5:05 p.m.