Friday, July 26, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Extension livestock specialist Cliff Iverson selected five winning breed heifers at the Linn county beef show. From left are Neil Stubstad of Marion with his champion Angus heifer; Tim Mackey of Ely, champion commercial heifer; Julette Burnside, Central City, purebred Charolais; Joe Fiala of Walker with the champion Shorthorn heifer shown by Peter Hunter of Coggon, and Hunter with his second winning heifer, a Hereford. fanm Nm# Gary Owens (center) of Palo displays his grand champion pen of three sheep at the Linn county fair. Assisting Owens are Carol Henderson of Cedar Rapids, who had the grand champion individual lamb, and Joe Fiala of Walker. Judging sheep competition was Don Puffin of Waterloo. The champion Angus steer at the Linn county fair was shown by Morgan Karns (right) of Cedar Rapids. The steer weighed in at 1,045 pounds. Jenny Olson of Fairfax had the champion Hereford steer weighing 1,035 pounds Jenny's steer was also the champion Hereford at Coggon Harvest Home. The champion Shorthorn steer weighing 895 pounds was exhibited by Peter Hunter of Coggon. Minnesota Beef Outlet Convicted of Bait-Switch ST PAUL. Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Atty, (ion Warren Spannaus announced this week that Battle Beef Co. and its four operators have abreed to refund 20 percent of the money customers have paid the firm for bulk meat Spannaus said the refunds to some 15(1 Minnesota vsi-dents will total approximately $13.(Nill Wrong Weights The attorney general sued the Battle Lake. Minn , firm and its operators July 3 for fraud, deceptive pricing of meat and false advertising Ile alleged that the firm “baited” customers with advertisements for meat at low prices and then “switched” the customers to purchases of higher-priced meat Spannaus also alleged that the firm intentionally weighed meat inaccurately Battle Lake Beef and its operators have also agreed to cease business in Minnesota, Spannaus said, and to pay $1 ,-2INI in civil penalties for consumer fraud. Spannaus said the operators pled guilty to criminal theft BUILD A NEW HOME ON YOUR LOT ANV PLAN-ANV SIZK ANY STYU-ANV ENSIGN ANYWHERE WE WILL BUILD ANY PIAN OUT Of OUR CATALOG OR ANY PLAN OF YOUR OWN FREI ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURR It HE 0 • 30 DAY DELIVERY • GUARANTEED PRICE • MEG HP ST QUALITY Ptff COLOR CAYA IOO Pries Lit! Owneri Lilt TY BENNITT, BUILDER l l ELY. IOWA PH. 848-4268 U.S. HOMES SIM IND AVI. OH MINNIS. charges brought by Otter Tail County Atty. Harlan Nelson Operators Fined The operators    are    Marvin Hutcheson. Ron Sharvin. Leon Bruhn and Ned Finkral, all Nebraska residents. Hutcheson and Finkral were fined SHUKRI (>aeh in Otter Tail county district    court    Fines will be imposed on    Sharvin and Bruhn Liter said Spannaus. Spannaus said Battle Lake Beef and the operators have agreed to turn over the firm s property plus $5,(NKI to Otter Tail County Sheriff Carlton Mertensen He    will    aet as trustee of the money and use criminal finE»s, civil penalties. property and it to pay the refunds and ON THIS DATE in 1951, Egyptian crowds hailed President (Jamal Abdel Nasser in Alexandria as he issued a decree nationalizing the* Suez Canal ORTHO HOME AREA Protect Your Garden From BUGS! FREE GOBLET with $50 deposit! Your choice of three elegant styles - FREE with a qualifying deposit in a First National Savings Account or Certificate of Deposit. Additional goblets available at beautifully reduced prices. 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Doug s steer is named Cbeech > wmm. -Gazelle photos bv Terry Hunter