Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
1 Mar 1972

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1 Mar 1972

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Postville, Iowa 4 Postville Iowa Herald wednesday March 1, 1972 Postville Herald Postville Iowa sj1m official Ngwu Puper for county and town of a Arrilu entered in the Post office postal let Iowa u second cum matter. Subscription Price j4.00 per year $7.50 for i vean in Alla Makee Clayton. Fayette and Wynn Zahlek count Lea �5.60 per year 19.50 for j year outside of four county area. Published weekly by Postville Herald inc. Fred l. Martin Prea Dent James w. Seeley vice president and editor or. And mrs. John Hoth and family were weekend visitors in the Ella and Chuck Hoth residences. E. W. Kozelka was honoured for his 40 years of service with Hall Roberts son at a Surprise dinner Friday evening at the Cliff House Decorah. Attending were Hall Roberts a. L. Peterson or. And mrs Laverne Rose or. And mrs. Merle Schlake or. And mrs. Win. Huffman or. And mrs. Ray Schara or. And mrs. Carlton Krueger or. And mrs. James Gregg we. Kozelka and or. And mrs. E. W. Kozelka. The firm presented a gift to or. Kozelka. Or. And mrs. Doug Ruck Daschel and Barbara drove mrs. Amanda Meyer and or. And mrs. Robert l. Meyer to the Waterloo Airport thursday where they left for Tempe Arizona for a several Days visit in the Home of or. And mrs. Keith Meyer and to get acquainted with their new granddaughter and great granddaughter Marcie Kay Meyer. Mrs. Martha Csillag Wood Haven new York in renewing for the Herald comments that she enjoys the Herald since it keeps her in touch with friends and she was especially interested in the item about e. W. Kozelka who was one of her High school classmates. Or. And mrs. Merle Lange spent the weekend at Ames and on saturday attended the commencement exercises at their daughter Carol received herbs degree in physical education. Or. And mrs. Jack Schultz of Cedar Falls visited in the Home of mrs. E. C. Ruckdaschel thursday. Or. And mrs. Albert Bertel son moved last week from Ossian into their Home on West Williams in Postville. Or. And mrs. Louis Koevenig returned to Postville Friday from Florida where they visited their son and family at Oviedo. They also spent about a week at Lake Wales and two weeks at Vero Beach. When you have dry cleaning try Gordanier cleaners Postville Postville women attending the Coffee for mrs. Robert a. Ray wife of the governor of Iowa held monday morning at the red owl Coffee shop Waukon were mrs. Sam Harris mrs. Gerwin Martins mrs. Milton Kiesau mrs. John Kittleson mrs. Robert a. Lindsay mrs. Louis l. Hill mrs. Milton Schlein mrs. Victor Rathje mrs. Harold Schroeder mrs. Kenneth Schultz mrs. Marvin Chevalier and mrs. Amy Marston. Or. And mrs. John Falb or. Returned monday from a Winter vacation at Pompano Beach  Florida and a visit with the v. G. Otley at West Palm Beach Florida or. And mrs. E. L. Morris at Sun City Florida and the c. W. Fields at Naperville Illinois. We also clean Only or. And mrs. Paul Schutte returned saturday from a visit with her parents the Len Cas tens at Mesa Arizona and with relatives in Rosemead California. Iris theatre Postville Iowa thursday Friday and saturday March 2, 3 and 4 from the Iris theatre a special message to the people of Postville Iowa and surrounding communities panic in Needle Park is a movie about kids who smoke pot for kicks and then go to Siron Gei drugs. Ii has been acclaimed As a masterpiece from coast to coast but the nation s most esteemed critics have also suggested that Young people teenagers and adults alike should see the horrors sickness and violence resulting from the use of drugs. I agree. Rating and will a agree. Therefore i am disregarding the admit anyone Over 12 years of age. I am doing this because i believe you your children and the Coin Unity at Large will All Benefit from this movie. I know you will agree. Is smoking pot and using drugs just going on in the big cities it s something to think about in t it or. And mrs. Steve Folsom Iris theatre panic in Needle Park plays March 2-3-4 show times 7 15 and 9 15 sun., mon., tues. And wed. March 5, 6, 7 and 8 amidst a Rushing flood of adventure they Learned More about love and courage than most people do in a lifetime. Thelit Skaric c4nema enter Huls urls Favl a 11100 b Rad Jit p81 of Iton Theodore Burkel Genny Ambas Philip Frame St if Wiwik Tobt a West b Radnitz dec ski arts h Park Fhy a Viudo Ian de Ila tog k hied Skakun a genial fact Les Kele asic evening shows 7 15 and 9 15 Darlene Couto spent several Days last week in Cedar rapids and Iowa City with her son Doug. Doug has been elected chairman of the Board of directors of the Iowa student agencies inc. Which organization has operated the student Book Exchange and the Hulk on the University of Iowa Campus. Or. And mrs. Leo Mcnally and Randy returned sunday from a two weeks trip to Ewa Beach Hawaii where they were guests of their son Ted and enjoyed fresh coconuts pineapple and tomatoes from his Garden. Their sight seeing included Ewa sugar Mill Norman Temple zoo sea life Park state Capi Tol Iolani Palace punch bowl the National memorial cemetery of the Pacific Diamond head and Koko head craters a drive through Kole Kole pass and to Waikiki and other beaches. They were dinner guests sunday when they returned at the Roland Mcnally Home in St Olaf. Or. And mrs. H. H. Douglass attended the wedding of their Niece Leann Rugland of St. Olaf to Craig Watson of Elkader saturday at the Norway lutheran Church. Or. And mrs. George Hartley and family of Marshalltown were weekend guests of or. And mrs. John Hartley and family. They were joined sunday by the Hartley boys parents or. And mrs. Grant Hartley Waukon. Or. And mrs. R. T. Martin attended the 12th anniversary dental review at Mayo clinic Rochester Minnesota february 25 and 26. The youth Center will be open Friday March 3 from 8 00 to 11 00 p. M. Or. And mrs. Robert Kinsley of California Mamie Killen Monona and mrs. B. B. Anund sen of Decorah were dinner guests monday of mrs. R. F. Topliff. Proclaims easter Seal week governor Robert Ray proclaims 1972 easter Seal weeks february 28-april 2 in Iowa. Presenting him with first Sheet of easter seals is 10-year-old Tracy Casady Albia 1972 Iowa easter Seal sweetheart and Iowa easter Seal Campaign chairman Bill March Webster City. Services costing More than $325,000 were Given Lowans in 1971, according to or. March. Business personals sanitary farm Dair y. Products at the store or at your door. Meyer s Dairy. 31bptfc easter Parade will soon be Here. Be ready with a new Hairdo and permanent. Specials during month of March. Linda s clip & curl. Phone 864-3554. 9bpc. Notice am giving piano lessons at my Home. If interested Call 864-3317. Tonya Ruckdaschel. 9bpc, heart disease should t Rule out motherhood Many women with a history of heart disease can have a Safe pregnancy and a healthy baby says the Iowa heart association. It adds that any such woman planning to Start a family should get her doctor s approval first and then follow the daily program he recommends for heart health. Your family doctor can help you go through pregnancy and childbirth without undue risk and to stay healthy during the months following pregnancy the heart association says in a new Booklet prepared for Young women with a history of heart disease heart murmur or rheumatic fever. The Booklet advises them about use of the Pill to space out a family because of its possible Side effects. It also touches on cigarette smoking and other habits that May be harmful during childbearing. It urges a balanced diet sufficient rest taking Only medicines prescribed by doctor and avoiding alcohol and habit forming hard drugs the new publication safeguarding your Ifert during pregnancy is available from the Iowa heart association 529 -36th St., Des Moines Iowa 50312. This Booklet was prepared with the Aid of or. Donald of Leon director of the cardiology division at Magee women s Hospital University of Pittsburgh. Corn yield test results announced re sums of the 1971 Iowa Corn yield test have been released by Iowa state University reports James Hosch county Extension director. This Marks the 52nd consecutive year for the Corn yield test. The average yield of two Plant population Levels in the seven test districts was 131.5 bushels per acre. This was equal to the 1969 averages according to William Falck Isu agronomist. The average difference Between the lowest and highest yielding varieties in a District was 59 bushels per acre. Although the Range Between the lowest and highest yields averaged 59 bushels per acre 33 percent of the entries yielded at the top level. Falck added that about 20 varieties per District have data in the tables covering the past three years. Temperature and rainfall were generally favourable during the growing season. Dry weather across the state in August and september reduced yields. Fortunately temperatures for this same period were also below Normal Falck said which helped to prevent any Large yield reduction. The state average stands for moderate planting in the Corn yield test was 17,617 plants per acre. The final stand average for High planting rates was 21,-414 plants per acre. The planting site at mount Union in Southeast Iowa had the highest average yield of All districts with 165.5 bushels per acre. All locations were machine planted and harvested. The tests were repeated so that each variety was harvested 16 to 18 times in each District. Twenty six companies entered 197 Corn varieties in the test. Forty two of these varieties were widely grown by Iowa Farmers in 1971. Fewer varieties were grown in 1971 because of the limited availability of seeds wit nor Mal cytoplasm to combat Southern Corn Leaf blight according to Falck. Separate test reports for each of the seven districts were prepared. Copies of the reports Are available at the county Extension office in Elkader. Or copies can be obtained from the publications distribution Isu Ames Iowa 50010. Controversial chinese Medicine our awakened interest in China is making us confront chinese Medicine. Including an ancient and highly controversial procedure acupuncture. Acupuncture involves inserting Needles at precise spots in the human body so that sensations Are deadened. A recent article in the new York times written by or. Samuel Rosen of it. Sinai school of Medicine in new York described How the procedure was used in the surgical removal of a lung from a patient who had pulmonary tuberculosis. The patient was himself a surgeon. The acupuncturist began by inserting a Fine Needle about an Inch into the Arm of the patient Midway Between the wrist and Elbow. After slowly twirling the Needle for Twenty minutes she gave the signal that the operation could begin without pain. The surgeon immediately took the Scalpel made a deep incision near the spine across the left slate of the Chest Wall to the breast Bone. Then he carefully Cut away each rib. During the operation the acupuncturist twirled the Needle. An Anaesthesiologist stood by just in Case. But the patient Felt no pain and talked to the operating surgeon throughout the operation. I have no explanation for this phenomenon says or. Rosen but science has no explanation Tor Many observations that still elude investigation. Neither have chinese medical men As they frankly acupuncture is being scrutinized by american medical men but with profound reservations thus far. Medicine in the two cultures is As different As East from West. Surgery to remove a tuberculosis lung for instance is still performed in this country but rarely and Only in extreme situations. Drugs Are used instead to prevent the Progress of the disease and to Salvage the lung. To find out More about the treatment of to in this country Check with your local tuberculosis and respiratory disease association. Only a visit to China can verify reports of the wonders of acupuncture. Open in our new location see us for the following brands 3 or $p7 t carers miss b free a muh via nov health Tex i / Mary Jane a new Spring merchandise is in Mumm my Hub my my my my my my my my my my my my my my my my my my Mai my my my my j Lorraine s tots and teens phone 864-7311 Postville Start Swine with Low Cost facilities you want to raise hogs but limited capital has you stymied. Don t sweat it. You Don t have to go whole hog Pardon the Pun by investing in All the latest building and equipment facilities to get a Start. You May already have some of the fall Jud need though some remodelling May need to be done. Many farm buildings can be remade into Low Cost Swine farrowing units. According to Larry Van Fossen Iowa state University Extension agricultural Engineer prime candidates Are old Chicken houses or barns. Both types of buildings often provide enough space for adequate size Alley ways and pens or stalls. Van Fossen says in remodelling buildings for farrowing purposes there Are three things which have no substitutes insulation ventilation and heating. While there Are Good substitutes for manure handling and several other aspects of Swine production insulation ventilation and heat tag Are fibreglass blankets placed Between the Wall supports Are usually the most common Type of insulation but it really does not make much difference what kind is used. Along with the insulation there is a need for a vapor Barrier which can be plastic sheets. Costs of the insulation and vapor Barrier will be about 6 cents per Square toot. Another item needed for Good insulation is Interior lining which will Cost about twice that of the insulation says the agricultural Engineer. Tie ventilation system need not be elaborate but it does need to be big enough for the Job according to Van Fossen. What the Farmer needs is the right size fan and air intake system that will assure the proper distribution of exchanged the Cost of a ventilation system for a farrowing House should be Between $100 and $200, this includes the fan controls to operate it and the Slot intakes from the attic area or outside. Heating the building can be varied explains Van Fossen. A common Way to heat is with hanging vented Heaters. An important feature they have is a Chimney which prevents smoke and noxious fumes from entering the building. Another Type of building heat could be infrared Heaters. These will do a Good Job but the operating costs May be higher says Van Fossen. There Are a couple of things to keep in mind in heating a farrowing facility. First maintain a comfortable temperature of about 60 degrees f Tor the sow. Second the new born pigs Are most com portable around 90 degrees f. This temperature need drops to near 70 degrees f at weaning time. Van Fossen offers several ways to keep baby pigs warm Radiant Heaters floor heat or even adequate bedding such As Straw to insulate the floor. Farrowing pens at the minimum should be at least 4 1/2 feet wide and 10 to 16 feet Long. Tills would be approximately 35 Square feet Tor each sow plus the needed Alley space. A farrowing stall is usually 5 by 7 feet. Therefore the floor required is approximately twice As much for a pen As a stall system. It is normally accepted that stalls do provide maximum Protection for the new born pigs. The item to look for in purchasing farrowing stalls or pens that the Farmer builds himself is convenience says Van Fossen. The needs of stall Sade vary slightly Between sows and gilts. Both need from 22 to 24 inches of stall Width and 18 inches of pig space on each Side of the stall adding to the 5 feet of stall Width needed. Van Fossen favors a Concrete floor because it is easier to keep clean than Plank flooring. He acknowledges that Wood Plank flooring would be More comfortable for the sow but being Able to keep the stall More sanitary would influence his Choice toward Concrete. Van Fossen says partially or totally slotted floors should save cleaning labor but will increase the initial Cost of the facilities. It costs Money to go into liquid manure heroin Trout and if you Are trying to keep costs Down they might not be a Wise if the Farmer is building new facilities he should at least consider putting a slope on the new Concrete floor. If bedding is to be used the slope of the floor should not exceed one fourth Inch per foot. If the Farmer is not planning to use bedding then the minimum slope should be one half Inch per toot. Sloped floors make the facility easier to clean and to keep clean. Van Fossen stresses that there is not an abundance of waste to clean in a farrowing facility. The amount of waste depends upon whether or not bedding is used. If All the liquids Are allowed to Drain off there is a relatively Small amount to clean. Also if the Farmer turns his sows out once or twice a Day for feed and water the problem is almost eliminated because the sows will usually dung outside the building. Because of this lowered problem of waste disposal the location of the building is not a major concern says Van Fossen. Unlike a finishing unit farrowing facilities can be near a Home with a minimum odor problem. Tills is one reason Why there is Success in remodelling older buildings. National Chain Peggy Fleming please give to easter sea it s the Loving thing to february 28 want ads bring rare you fully protect chances Are you would staggering financial loss if to replace your Home Audi your belongings. Don t Bel under insured. For comply ctr Protection get the to policy from far Mutual. Far Mutual agent. He s All of the big m. Smith in sort phone 864-76411 Postville Iowa i actuated w11h l grinned Mutual reinsuim3j i grinned. Iowa Anderson feed & Grain inc. Postville Iowa Tewel announces Teweles seed Day thurs. March John soards the Teweles seed representative will be on hand talk with you on this years gov. Feed Grain program and your need for 1972. R/2% Cash discount on Teweles seed. Picked up or paid for March 2. Refreshments will be ser free old glory Oil Lai with each order of Teweles seed. If you a not picked yours up yet be sure Tot profit from the great Neil Teweles hybrid Alfalfa. Series top Cross hybrids my series 75 to 95 hybrid 7005 Alloy heavy duty aluminium s with each ton Purchase of the Fine Wayne feeds. 35% hog balancer co a 36% Brood sow supp 42% pro Sweet bal. Steer

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