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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1974, Sioux Center, Iowa Editorials thursday. August 22,1974 the Sioux Center news Page 4 Titre for it Iii Dort College will observe its 20th anniversary on monday. The 4-year, Christian oriented private College has Crown in two decades to become the second largest of is Irtira of fat raft Ciu to Way to the broadening of not Only Dort students but of Sioux Cente rians and area people in general. The College with the cooperation of the Sioux Cen Kuti Ortof hfah7hea its ass a i sop a Tsoi Sto i Stos cik1 topp8d y by m0min9 Kyl Tup i -t8 no charge but no 28 different courses of study Dort is now train ing Young people for Many types of careers in a wholesome and High Principe died atmosphere where the spiritual As Well As the intellectual sphere Are Given balanced attention and where there is also ample Opportunity for students to participate in a variety of extra curricular recreational and cultural activities. The College Over the years has been a Boon to Sioux Center s economic and business development and played a prominent role in the Community s growth and Progress in various ways. It has helped develop the Community s appetite for Quality cultural programs and provided people of Theroux Center area with ample Opportunity to attend at minimum Cost and great convenience outstanding musical and dramatic presentations. The College has for years sponsored an adventure film series that has helped acquaint our people with other areas of the world. It has from time to time sponsored outstand ing speakers from the educational Field the political Field the religious Field the business world the entertainment Field and thus contributed in another special Yit in no u i a freewill offering will be taken officials announced. You Are invited to join conducted Tours of the Camp us on monday afternoon to witnesses some special films dealing with historical highlights of Dort and to attend at 7 30 . A Public program at the Dort auditorium which will feature an address by the Rev. John Piersma of the Chicago area on the topic Abra Ham Dort and the Road ahead. Special recognition will be Given at the evening pro Gram to the original members of Dort s Board of trustees and faculty and the original steering commit the people of this Community and area Are Prouo of Dort and the commendable Progress it has made in a i snort years. Tin nit in on tribute a in the decades ahead will continue to be Strong and progressive without any ques the news adds its congratulations to the Many that College administration and staff and the Board of trustees undoubtedly will receive for a Job Well done Over i no a Gas. May the next 20years be As fruitful is a by " " " Hoogendoorn was appointed admin Stra my Tor with Bond set at $30,000.00. Notice gust 1, 1974, fees for full Don t be surprised if you see children doing math problems calculating the Speed of a bicycle by measuring the length of its skid. And if you hear the words drive drive drive on the right to the familiar tune of Row Row Row your Boa Don t think your ears Are playing tricks on you. It s All part of a new approach to traffic safety and particular bicycle safety. Nancy Archibald consultant traffic safety Educa Tion in the Iowa department of Public instruction Points out that in an Effort to reduce bicycle accidents the Dpi in co operation with Marvin Van sickle at the University of Dubuque has developed a curriculum guide in bicycle safety. Federal funds approximating $30,000 Are financing the writing and printing of this guide which will be implemented in the Iowa Elemen tary schools this fall. Already being Pilot tested in two Iowa elementary schools Farley and Belle Plaine the guide has met favourable response. The Sale of bicycles has surpassed the Sale of Auto mobiles continued is. Archibald. In 1973,13.9 million new bicycles hit the streets compared to nine million new automobiles. Unfortunately bicycle accidents have also been increasing. Iowa reported 758 bicycle accidents in 1973 com pared with 448 in 1970. This represents an increase pm of 69 percent in the past three years. The depressing picture painted by these statistics is further darkened by the fact that the 5-14 age group accounts for the largest number of accidents. The Days of Riding a bicycle Are now past the or i ise of the entire Bike guide is that a bicyclist is a Driver a vehicle Driver. Through stressing this concept children will identify with other Drivers and recognize their responsibilities As Road users. Is. Archibald s ideas were also expressed in an Arti Cle re Cycle safety which appeared in the sum mer Issue of ride on official publication of the Iowa governor s Highway safety program. With local schools opening next week and Many town students Riding their bikes to and from school motorists will need to be particularly Alert As they. Drive the City streets. The bikes move along silently and often at a Good Pace and can Bob up at times rather unexpectedly. Youngsters Are being schooled in Many ways to be More cautious More responsible As bicyclists but if accidents Are to be avoided or minimized those driving vehicles need to be particularly mindful of their presence in Ever increasing number. Caution on the part of Drivers is also prompted by the Large number of Small Fry that will be walking a Long the streets to and from school beginning next week. Your Faith & mine by Tom Westill a a new Day ? president Nixon is resignation came As no Shock. Still it was a grim and awful moment in our country � history. None but the hardest Core Nixon hater could have witnessed the Resigna Tion speech without a twinge of companion. It s hard to View the destruction of a president dispassionately. It s even harder to face the fact that the lonely Man speaking into the Micro. Phone was a Symbol of our whole nation. Because i m convinced Richard Nixon was Only a product of our time. His guilt is shared by the teeming millions who have made peace with cynicism deviousness and opportunism. He was spawned by a philosophy shared by multitudes of his country Man which believes whatever is expedient is Good. To get ahead to Feather one s nest to reinforce one s Power these Are the legitimate ends of existence no matter what the Cost. Unless we return to a More virtuous philosophy aimed at service to our Fellowmen a change of presidents won t do much Good. Don t get me wrong. I believe or. Ford h an honest and honorable Man. But he cannot be effective in a political and spiritual vacuum. He must have a base of support by like mind de people who still believe the end is not More important than the methods \ised1o attain it. And that is our function to elect congressmen and women whom the spoils of office cannot corrupt. We must forget party lines and concentrate our Trust in persons of unimpeachable integrity. Only then can or. Ford or any other president serve the interests of All the people without fear or favor. And Only then can our nation prevent other watergate from destroying our land. Sioux Cowry court House news Pettit Lon for administration of the estate of Jerry Lee Huisman was filed for probate. Wilbur l. Huisman was appointed administrator with Bond set at$2,000.00. Wilbur Huisman administrator of the estate of Jerry Lee Huisman Wilbur Huis Man and Tena Huisman have filed suit in District court against Dick Schelling administrator of the estate of Glen Dale Schelling. Plaintiff alleges negligence on the part of defendant causing an Automo bile Accident on december 21, in which Jerry Lee Huisman lost his life. Plaintiffs seek to recover a total of $165,000.00 damages in three divisions. Bill Bryant appeared before judge me Cormick on August 12 and was found guilty of false drawing or uttering of checks and he was sentenced to serve six months in the county jail. However his sentence was suspended and he is placed on probation to the Bureau of adult correction services for a period of one year. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against mrs. George Reller in favor of even motor co. In the amount of $15plus interest and costs. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Dennis Korthals in favor of even motor co. In the sum of $31.93 with interest and costs. Final reports have been filed in the Fol lowing estates and they Are now closed and the executors discharged estate of Albert Ramaker estate of John Van Wyke sr., estate of Selma e. Swanson. Larry p. Koele appeared before judge Mccormick and was Given a deferred sen tone until the first court Day in septem ber of 197s. He is placed on probation to the chief patrol officer of the Bureau pfc Kcf of Community corrections service. Information was filed in District court by transcript from magistrate court charging Gary William Schemmel of Granville with of Maui. Bond was set at $300.00. Information was also filed charging him with resisting execution of process. Bond was set at $200.00 and Date for hearing in District court is to be set. The last will and testament of Tony de weird late of Orange City was filed for probate. Adrianna be weird was appointed executor with Bond waived by the last will and testament of Leon Ard de groot was filed for administration John l. De groot was appointed executor with Bond waived by the will. Cheryl Pageler and Vernon Pageler filed suit in District court against Roger Falde do a Jolly Roger s lounge and ballroom of Hawarden. Cheryl Pageler in division i asks for judgment against defendant in the sum of $300,000.00, and Vernon Pageler asks for judgment in the amount of $301,000.00. Plaintiffs allege damages As a result of an automobile Accident which occurred on feb. 14,1974. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Bill Bryant in the amount of $20.00. Plus interest and costs in favor of Hollander inn Boyden la. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Arlen Van Der Wilt of boy den in favor of Rod s Skelly service of Sibley in the amount of $95.05 with in Terest and costs. Or. R. J. Meylor do a Lemars chiropractic offices of Lemars received judg ment in Small claims court against Sam Maxwell of Orange City in the amount of $256.50 with interest and costs. The last will and testament of Dick Van Ericssen was filed for probate. Ernest Van Driessen of Hawarden was appointed executor without Bond. Petition for administration was filed for Sadie Hoogendoorn. Gilbert c. M ire $t.n.w. Simm Center him Roy m. Gardner editor Roy m. It Mary Louise Gardner publishers Ifil Eftic in and for Sioux county in the matter of the estate of jury Suliman of triad. Probate no. Los a Ous Fais Iff Una Lecody. Official City 4 county Mur al . Six month i notice Unk july Uthan Rici Idt or air Wam Imru to ,jh0.mlrmiafflalta�6rt r a 3p& it Ftp my Jorney for Laid and of Aii effective a ust. Ing Small claims Are filing fee $5.00. Certified mail 1.05. Marriage licenses i a a t a a a a t a a a � a a of. Marriage licenses this week in Sioux county Craig n. Williams 25, Prairie City Joan f. Wesselink 23, Sioux Center. Gary g. Hietbrink 24, Worthington Minn. Sharon r. Van oort 23, Ireton. John m. Hubers Orange City Lynne e. Lenderink 20, Orange City. Ruben a fit 22, doom Margene r. Wallenburg 20, Rock Valley. Dennis e. Pieper 21, Sheldon Peggy , 20, Ireton. _ Patrick j. Grady 23, Granville Ruth e. Retuer 18, Sheldon. Loren j. Leppenberg 22, Orange City Georgia c. Voysey 25, Orange City. Helen j. Groeneweg 22, Rock Valley Betty l. Bouma 18, Boon. Cornell c. Mulder 20, Lemars Jacque line Vander Wilt 19, Hospers. Rocky Joe Waterman 20, Hawarden Alice m. Mapes 17, Hawarden. Wore than 3,500 it know your Bible dimm my 1101 1know your Milb on 304. Ktuk Center toe aia a lot Koui ii As you use this door is also Oil at our door i Mot fir Minim is our cosiness first National Bank member foil in Sioux Center

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