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Des Moines Register (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Des Moines, Iowa The steam show at pleasant 1973 Des moin6s sunday by a staff writer mount is stealing Stow to True animal Midwest old settlers and t h r shers association Michael of Oak and Al of storm Lake Admire old steam engines which runs through monday the highlight of daily activity is die firing up of More than 100 smoke belching old steam the once used to operate threshers and other farm Are featured along with Sev eral Hundred gasoline in the which began also includes a Pio Neer Village with a log Blacksmith Loon and Medicine Wagon on today special entertain ment includes a Horseshoe pitching contest this morning and the Bill Anderson show admission to the said to be the nations largest display of old time steam is for adults with children admitted camping facilities Are available at the reunion photos by Frank Folwell Brothers gidf76rf John his and try out tractors 16 Iowa counties still Unzo Ned thinks drop in slaughtering of beef land continued from Page one want to save our Good agricultural one Farmer but i dont like the govern ment telling me what lean and cannot do with my after several Farmers and builders appeared at a ing in july to protest the 35 acre minimum new Home s i the amended the proposed Ordi Nance to allow three acre Home Sites on Rural property that is considered poor farm land because of its soil con tent or in Polk Board of supervisors will decide this week whether to adopt a new policy barring the spread o f residential developments onto prime farm the policy was drawn up by the coun Tys zoning which expressed alarm at the increasing number of farms around Des Moines being sold and converted into the zoning commissions a from representatives of the building and mixed reactions from the states larg est farm the Iowa farm Bureau no growth syndrome a spokesman for the Horn builders association of create Des which represent some 300 builders and Deve opera in the capital Calle the zoning commissions action symptomatic of the no growt that seems to popular these either Community has to go Forwar and expand or it will he spokesman he said the Polk zoning com missions action strikes at the Ery heart of the free enter Rise one leading Des Moines Darwin executive i said there is a need to Trike a balance Between the to preserve agricultural and and the need for Lynner said the zoning commis missions Are not always Superior to decisions made by individuals acting on their the recent moves by county Otil class Hawk and Polk have drawn the support of the Iowa state association of ions prohibition on residential subdivisions in Rural areas creates an artificial Supply and demand situation in which he Farmer is not allowed to Ell his land even if it is in great the farm Bureau issued a statement last week through Jerry its director of legislative that statement attempts to Chart a Middle course Between the planners and the Farmers Are concerned when prime agricultural land is permanently diverted to other uses by covering it with con Crete and Snethen Industrial development and housing would be More log Jan Enol Don says we have to begin using land use policy to halt Urban Cleveland organization a that the development of county planning and zoning agencies has been uneven across the sixteen Iowa counties Are still Unzo Ned and have no present plans to Accord ing to the association of coun while most of the states 99 counties now Are zoned or Are in the process of devel Oping zoning Only a handful have been zoned for More than five state and Federal officials agree that zoning is the first step toward providing for the orderly growth and development of an officials Are trying to encourage developers to build orderly and compact and in Cedar rap ids officials Are preparing to update Linn county 1959 Zon ing ordinance for the first Robert Linn coun Tys zoning predicts the Issue of controlling the spread of residential developments into prime farm land will come before the zoning commission there in the relatively near fish killed by Thomas Ryder Resiter staff Wal str Owa Goik Dubuque control of bus system the Register Iowa news service the City of Dubuque took Over the inter state Power bus system saturday in a Brief ceremony to agriculture or on land Adja cent to existing Industrial Parks and but Snethen and the farm Bureau went on to say that when land use restrictions Are being is Al ways a delicate balance that needs to be achieved Between the respect for individual prop erty rights and the desire to reach wider social goals that seem history cited history May show us that decisions by government con Chicken rustlers steal nearly 400 at Bancroft the registers Iowa news service As if things were not bad enough Al now there Are Chicken rustlers abroad in the persons unknown broke into John Goches Chick in House one night last week and stole almost 40i chickens Are not usually rus because the Birds tend to make a Racket when and goches6 Chicken pen is not too far from his so it was All the More surprising when he arose to find about Worth of poultry tiie logistics of stealing 400 Goche indicates to turn that More than one rus tier was the thieves wore a path across a ditch in Back of the Hen House in the process of the Goche squawking chickens in he county sheriffs department is working on the and a picket Fence around the area would be pretty hard to climb with a couple in town clock Plaza when the control of the bus system passed from the Power com Pany for a Token fee of one to the a Dubuque transit trustee Board will manage the there was standing room Only on buses All Day saturday As students and elderly citizens crowded to bus stops and Rode to their cars were aft in As one bus rider to show that we can make bus Riding a Way of glorious reception the registers Iowa news service Wii a Clingerman of Eldora has poor radio its a morning glory Vine fire hydrant the registers Iowa news service scorned and called ugly by its new neigh a fire hydrant Here is having a hard time getting the hydrant had been located across the be tween two service but City officials decided it would be of More use in the event of a gasoline fire if it were located in front of the open Bible the have decided it detracts from the looks of the according to Pella Public works superintendent Ron and they want it moved another move would Cost about so Neil took the matter to the City which referred the hydrants Fate to a to push tire prices upward sign language the registers Iowa Newt service new traffic signs have been installed innervation commission officers reported saturday that an Esti mated including thousands of game were killed Friday when a chemical spilled into the Mississippi River Don a commission fish said saw fish varieties ranging from minnows to game fish such As Walleye and Northern Pike he said the majority consisted of crappies and the chemical seemed to affect All aquatic Helms we found dead leeches and insect he said that the chemical dissipated and that there was no danger to fish or to communities farther affected was a two mile reach below the discharge at the Dubuque sewage Helms the chemical extended 30 to so Yards out from Helms said water samples also would be Analysed by the state hygienic Laboratory at Iowa City to determine the con of the identified by Dubuque officials As a substance used to thin paint and lacquer and for other Industrial Keith a conservation commission said the kill estimate is a conservative thousands More fish May have he charges Are up to the state water Quality people or the City of the chemical was noticed at sewage treatment Plant at the cites South Side Friday 1 total pneumatic tire sales for by Veryl Sanderson tile current drop in slaughtering is causing concern 1 of this 153 million tires among the nations tire Industry we be sold in the new engineers traced it to a Barge cleaning operation near the Julien Dubuque officials and virtually Guaran tees higher tire prices to the Industry officials say they six to eight per cent Rise in tire prices about and its All the result of another shortage this time tallow is the rendered fat from slaughtered the inedible is processed into fatty acids which Are important in the manufacturing of synthetic most important of the fatty acids to the rubber Industry is stearic which used As a curing a Goodyear company spokesman other fatty acids Are used As he in a letter to uniroyal tire District sales manager from Avail ability of tire building mate rials such As fatty acids is getting you can see that this u a downstream effect of the meat Industry a tire shortage followed by allocation programs and ration ing is a distinct possibility in the near Mcbride last Industry used 237 million pounds of tallow derived of this the rubber Industry used 175 million Price rises during the past six months stearic acid has tripled in an increase of 40 to 50 cents a fatty acids i general have increased from 30 to 37 cents a Pound during the same time when you can find the Goodyear official Industry spokesmen said the replacement tire he said these sales alone will be Well Over tire for farm vehicles Are to be million and will approach million in costs to an Al time he Bob president of National in Des a major Render ing theres no doubt that there has been a big drop in tallow Avail if the current reduction in beef Slaughter continues theres going to be a noticeable shortage of fatty there is some indication that the situation May Correct itself in the Short run As packers re open As anticipated after the Price freeze is lifted but some officials Are expressing concern that a Short age of beef during the next year May create a recurrence of the the world Market is finding More and More use for tallow and has been exporting a Large amount from the Flem no there is petition for Tatrow also com soap he the Export demand during the past few Days has been diminishing because the prices just got too this May alleviate some of the he Industry officials predict a substantial Price increase for Mcbride with the rest of the in has petitioned the government for Price increases which could Range from six to eight per we have been faced with substantially higher costs with out Price Relief for some time now due to new labor contracts and increased Cost for mate it is expected that we will Ake the Price increase immediately upon approval by Federal authorities and without consideration for Back the estimated Date for this action is Mcbride its alive registers Iowa news service Carl Blythe of Knoxville recently harvested a foot Long Cucumber from his Gar serving Iowa for 26 years garages Complete Home remodelling has completely covered the an Tenna outside her apartment locally owned operated Young men women Tarn per year As a mans hair stylist Long hair is Here to hair stylists for men Are in Whorf choose o career with o big future join the Young men and women in the new augus september clan now full or part approved for veterans federally insured up to to qualified Opp i Low monthly tuition far Mart into clip this cup Ujma Tad or zmw7j Iowa school of mens hair styling 693 6th Street 50316 open 1 to 5 traditional sofa 1 from to of fabrics and factory guaranteed construction Ankame Diciro easy terms 0 West 3rd and court open tuesday 9 pm Vul open All pay saturday sunday drive out Tojay and our garage it remodelling do ploy honest All compare before prices guaranteed garage room additions kitchens siding All types anywhere in Iowa and Missouri phone 2774092 free i no i ii Gandng i bonded i obligation available Ideal construction 7091 Oft 50 j11 i 7031 wait i am interested Ini g room additions cd d o q Kitchen or Lawress Leitt to Coll g morning g Ahe Wao c

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