Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
4 Jun 1975

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4 Jun 1975

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 4, 1975, Sioux Center, IowaEditorials a facility to Community can Point to with print Sioux Center s new Tepaske theatre located in the new $2 million Dollar Junior senior High school building is without doubt to be one of the most used facilities in the Community s 85 year history. It is marvellously designed extremely Well equipped and when pressed into service in sep tember will be booked solid for the entire school year with something on the Agenda almost every single week Day night. Some fabulous Public programs details of which will be announced shortly Are being presented at intervals during the year and the facility will be the site of Many musical and dra Matic presentations presented under sponsorship of the Public schools Christian school and Dort College. Even now several months ahead of the open ing of the 518-seat facility the theatre is almost solidly booked with the exception of a few nights in september and november. More bookings Are being accepted each week. The Little theatre will have elaborate special lighting a movable stage three sets of curtains a full size sunken orchestra pit strategically placed and other special features including cat walks which will make it one of the finest facilities of its Type anywhere in the Midwest. The arrangement of the theatre is such that it can be utilized during school hours As three separate classrooms. It is a facility that has been Well planned adequately equipped to serve fully the needs and preferences of a Community that gives High priority to cultural programs of All types. The Little theatre is conveniently accessible to the Public from both the Back and front at times when the rest of the new Schobl is closed locked. Right behind the Little theatre is the school s new dining and lunchroom facility with Adjo Irv Inq Kitchen and also with a Concession stand which can be utilized when the occasion stipulates. The Concession stand car be operative Dur ing basketball games played in the Large gym just East of the commons. Here is an Over All facility designed with Utility in mind to give the local Public As Well As Junior and senior High school students of the Community school system the most for their investment. It s a facility the Community can Point to with Pride. your Faith & mine by Tom Westfall kickbacks author Charlie Shedd coined a phrase i like every kick has its sure go ahead eat that three flavor ice Cream banana split with two kinds of nuts and chocolate marshmallow sauce. It s Yummy. It sends All kinds of delicious sensations rolling around your taste buds and bouncing off your palate. It s a real kick. But it has a Kickback. It la make you fat. Don t i know or take another example guzzle your booze like you owned your own still. What kicks but say have you had your liver exam ined lately memory not quite As Sharp As it once was kickbacks. A life lived for kicks is a perilous one. It produces kickbacks like tight shoes produce bunions. We Don t get away with much in this life. Whoever said everything fun is either illegal immoral or fattening knew something about kickbacks. Every cause has an effect and every action produces its reaction. That s Why we must be aware of the forces we put in motion As we live our lives. We can Start Waves which will swamp us or if we re Wise we can induce Good vibrations which will bless us and others what i m saying is simply this be careful in the decisions you make the things you do. Make sure you can live with the results of your action. Every kick is not Worth the kickbacks i i i i i i i i i i Iii i i i i i i m i Iii Mizii i Inisi mum deeds filed in Sioux county Floyd Davelaar & of to Thomas e. Sparks & of l 13, Davelaar add. Rock Valley $1. Grace enters sol to Cynthia de Vries is 1 & 2, blk 20, South add. Orange City $1. Harvey g. Obbink & of to Elwin w. Gesink & of l 16, blk 6, West first addn., Orange City $1. Margaret Bosman Etal to James a. Keizer & of is 6 & 7 & it l 8, blk 2, bosnian s fourth addn., Boyden$2916.75. Peter j. Jeltema & of to Lynn Peterson & of l 5, blk 2, Jeltema s addn., Orange City $1. Anthony e. Frederes & of to Lyle Frederes it nw/4 so a 35-94-44 $1. Everett Van Veldhuizen & of to Wilhelmynt Van Veldhuizen Wiz e /2 be a 23-97-45 $1. City of Ireton to Peter ism Etal it is 5 & 6, blk 12, Ireton $1100. Henry j. Schouten & of to Hattie Alons l 18 & it is 19 & 20, Schafer s addn., Boyden $1. Clint Cambier & of to Leland l. Cambier & of l 1, Cambier s first addn., Alton $1. Gerrit Roetman Etal to town of Boyden Pine a 34-97-44 $1500. Bert j. Meendering & of to Ann Meendering new a so a 15-96-43 $1. Floyd Davelaar & of to Steven a. Childress l 5, Page Lar s addn., Rock Valley $1. Vernon e. Behr & of to Gale e Van Engen & of it new a 22-97-46$1. Roger l. Vandegriend & of to Henry b. Miedema & of l 11 & it Alley blk 11, first addn., Hospers Sioux court House news the estate of Bonnie Marie Van Der Weide was filed for probate. Michael a. Vander Weide and Tony Vander Weide were appointed administrators with Bond waived by court order. Judgment in Small claims court was entered against Duane Busch of Hawarden in the amount of $61.91 with interest and costs in favor of ver Hoef Chevrolet Olds inc. Of Hawarden. transcript from magistrate court Donald Jay Dirksen of Ireton has been charged with of Maui. Bail Bond was set in the amount of $300 and he is to appear in District court on june 9, at 10 a. M. Vincent l. Outhouse of Alton has been charged in magistrate court with of Maui. Bond was posted in the amount of $300 and he is to appear in District court on june 9 for . At 10 . Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Curtis Baugus of Hawarden in the sum of $622.94 with interest and costs in favor of Hawarden lumber co. The last will and testament of the late John Nyhoff was filed for probate. Jeanette Schouten and Marlene Banks were appointed executors and Bond was waived by the will. The last will and testament of Johanna Osinga late of Hull was filed for probate. Siebren Osinga was appointed executor without Bond. The estate of Johanna Ruisch has been closed and the executor discharged. The conservatorship of Jennie Brink is now closed and the conservator is discharged from fur ther duties. Legislative report 8y locus it Kostyr this past week the Iowa Senate did t really appear to be on its Way to adjournment. None of the vital appropriations Bills that still have to be passed were brought up in the innate. Instead we worked on a number Jet inconsequential matters and Sample of Bills that the House had a passed. The House passed Bills were substantial and while they Don t have to be dealt with this session Lofy Are important matters. Tone of the measures had rather i uprising results. That was the Bill which was labelled the family Jarm Bill. Actually it started out to be an anti corporation measure arid by the time it came Over to the Jim ate from the House it was so i Foj topped up that no one recognized the subcommittee of the Senate agriculture committee put in a tremendous amount of time and came up with a proposed amendment which completely rewrote the Bill. That amendment included a sort of Stopgap prohibition against meat processing concerns owning feed lots and a rather Long and Complex re porting requirement. However one of the senators who had opposed the entire idea right from the beginning proposed a simple amendment which required Only a Short report. When the matter came up for debate the simple report Amend ment was first acted on and was passed. This was a great Surprise to everybody concerned. Actually the amendment was sort of thrown to Gether and was not particularly Well drawn. However it did represent a simple approach to a problem that Many of us Are convinced is real but does not exist in the place where some of the promoters of the origin al Bill think it does. Out of frustration i voted for the amendment. I expected to move to reconsider the amendment so that we could get Back to the whole Bill and clean it up but i wanted the House to know How i Felt. My vote was simply intended to indicate that i strongly disagreed with what the House had done and preferred a less Complex report than the Senate sub committee had proposed. After the amendment had passed the chairman of the Senate subcommittee and i along with the other subcommittee members talked to Gether about which Way to go. The final decision was that we should just pass the Bill with the simple report ing form Send it Back to the House to indicate our displeasure with their proposal and then bring together a conference committee to work it out. We did pass the Bill and later in the week the House refused to accept our proposal. Thus far the game is going according to our plans. Now we can set up a conference committee and i Hope we can work out a satisfactory solution to the whole problem. My preference would be a Bill that would continue the Stopgap Type of prohibition on vertical Inte Gration proposed by the Senate sub committee and a simple reporting form required of not Only corporations but also of limited partnerships and of anyone who owns or controls a substantial farming operation say of Over 1500 or 2000 acres. In my opinion the actual problem for which we need a solution is two fold. It includes the vertical integration problem which is very real in my View and also the problem of the concentration of wealth in. The hands of a few Large operators. Unfortunately these Large operators cannot always be identified by the form they take. They May be corporations but they can also be partnerships either limited or general and might even include a few individual owners. It is this problem of concentration which really has us stumped Here since we Don t quite know How to get a handle on it. Under those circumstances it seems that a collection of information so that we can find out where the problem is makes More sense. I believe the people now Are begin Ning to realize the problem is More Complex than simply targeting corporations and so i think we Are on the right path. The second House Bill that the Senate dealt with was the one which would create a housing authority for the state of Iowa. This Type of organization is a somewhat Peculiar proposal. It sets up a separate Cor bration although the corporation does not have shareholders. It is in effect a sort of government Agency v and yet it does not have any particular government controls. It is set up in response to the Federal govern ment s Way of handling Money with which they seek to promote the ownership of Homes and the subsidy paid for that purpose. The housing authority would have the ability to Issue substantial amounts of Bonds secured Only by the Loans that the authority made to promote Home ownership. The Bonds would not be obligations of the state and the state taxpayer would have no real obligation to pay any part of the Bonds nor the inter est. The Money received from the issuance of the Bonds would be used to subsidize the Purchase or renova Tion of Homes and the Bill also pro Vides for a sort of rent subsidy for older citizens on an experimental basis. The Bill itself states it s Pur pose to be to assist the disabled the elderly and the Tow income peo ple in obtaining adequate housing. It is principally aimed at providing Means by which these people can buy Homes either under a lease Pur Chase agreement an Ordinary Mort Gage arrangement or some More fanciful arrangements. Anyone wish ing to buy a Home would have to attempt first of All to obtain Money from an Ordinary lending agent. If that attempt failed then they might be eligible for Loans from the housing authority assuming they fell into one of the categories of elderly disabled or Low income. If hey were found eligible for assist Ance by the housing authority then they could obtain either a Guaran teed loan a direct loan or some other form of assistance. This might even for very Low income families include a Federal payment subsidy. The somewhat unusual provision of the Bill would provide for financial assistance for what is called a homesteading arrangement. This arrangement would allow someone who is Handy with tools to take Over an abandoned or condemned House and would allow him a two year exemption or More under special Jhm Fen far it few 32 3rd . Sioux Sinur Lowi 51 Iso Roy a Gardner editor Roy m. D Mary Louis i in a publishers published every wednesday 2nd class postage paid at Sioux Center Iowa National newspaper my Whin Minimh 1974 subscription rates in Sioux county i yr.-$5.50 2, $10. Outside county \ or. -$6.50 2, $12. 15 Tingi copy. Official City t county circumstances from any zoning or housing code requirements while he was working to bring the House up to standards. Thus a Low irl come Handy Man could buy an older run Down Home which was still basically sound. Such Homes Are apparently Selling for very Little Money in Many cities in this state. Then during the next two years he could live in that Home while working on it to bring it up to required standards. This could amount to installing proper plumbing rewiring the House put Tim in a new heating system or what Ever the Home needed. He would have to Promise to live in the Home for at least 5 years. This provision would prevent a Speculator from obtaining this kind of Low interest Money and then simply remodelling the House for a profit. The entire Bill is aimed at promoting the idea of someone owning his own Home and if one allowed for the speculative Type of Purchase and resale the Money would be tied up in a differ ent Type of program from what was intended. I voted for the Bill. I am still hopeful that in another two or three weeks we will see this session of the legislature closed. Then the whole state can breathe easier realizing that at least for an other year the legislature will not do anything More to them. Besides that i would like to get Back to Northwest Iowa on a More Perma nent basis. The gardens and out doors look Kinda attractive to me now. A a 5t� b g i it a a � o marriage licenses a Yumul a.t.b.u.�juuuuljl8jl-il Sioux Falls s. D. Robert f. Koopmans 22, Haar den Gayle a. Gregg 19, Hawarden Robert f. Trei 38, Orange City Helen Louise Sabatuk 30, Orange City. James Allen Van Tilburg 19, Rock rapids Phyllis d. Van Otter Loo 18, Hull. Michael d. Jasper 21, Orange City Nina l. Rawlins 19, Sioux City. Ron Jon Russell 23, Hull Linda Mae Johnson 26, mount Vernon la. Ronald Lee Boon 21, Rock Val Ley Janice a. Vander Brink 18, Maurice. Mario g. Van Klompenberg 27, Owatonna Minn. Carol j. Addink 27, Sioux Center. Rodney d. Drenkow 21, Hull Bonnie m. Winter 18, Sheldon. Donald w. Pike 19, Orange City Diane linstrand 19, be Mars wednesday june 4, 1975 the Sioux Center news Page 2 or. And mrs. Evert de wit newly weds were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Hein Vander Schaaf. Phon Jit tit Sioux ctn tto for soft water a tidy mix Cement Richard l. Freck 25, Paullina Anita g. Dehner 19, Alton. Ronald r. Machan 18, Sussex Wise. Barbara a. Halsey 17, Rock Valley. Douglas a. Calsbeek 21, Orange City Janine m. Salterberg 21, Orange City. Bradford j. Vermeer 23, Sioux Center Glenda m. Noteboom 19, Orange City. Leon j. Kanengieter 21, Lowry a. F. B., Colorado Mary Lynn Kroese 21, Hull. Ronald j. Beukelman 26, Sioux Falls s. D. Marjorie Oolman 21, saturday june 7 Sioux Center Community schools will sell the present v Industrial arts building two Small Homos located on each Side of the building. Sale on site just South of Central reformed Church. Auctioneers Henry Moret & Kenneth Hulstein. We Wear Many hats Hen l of Fuiek to help you they can move easily from one Bank my Sheryce to another. It s individualized treatment. And to s based on their Broad experience with a variety of customers. Some hats they put on to handle personal business and others Are Tor business. That s who we re equipped to be your personal Bank or your commercial Bank or both. 3 once you bring us your business Well Keepman eve open for All your Best interests. Wearing so Many hats and wearing them All equally Well Means you must have some thug i tween your ears. And we do at our Bank. Vide awake the wide awake Bank makes in Hei Pinc is our business first National a a 1 k " h depositor insured la in Sioux Center

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