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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 4, 1975, Sioux Center, Iowa representative reports by Jim Spradling agriculture issues Are always important in Iowa and they Are especially important in Plymouth and Sioux counties. While you folks Back Home were celebrating Iowa beef Days last week we were also consid. Erling agriculture in des Moines but unfortunately without the free beef sandwiches corporate farming is. Family farm ing. A great Deal of concern has been expressed about the move of Large corporations into All phases of Agri culture production. Iowa beef processors Imp has announced plans for putting cattle on feed in corporate owned feedlots. Rumours continue to surface about a Gigantic hog fac tory just across the Iowa Border in Northeast Missouri involving Ralston Purina and other corporate giants. At congressman Berkley Bedell s hearing last week in Sioux City firm opposition was expressed to such corporate ventures. Plymouth and Sioux counties Are fortunate to claim a number of recognized state and National livestock farming spokes men including Glenn Gregg and Frank Buryanek of Hawarden de Sitzmann or. Of be Mars and Clar ence Vos of Kingsley. These men spoke with a United voice at the Sioux City hearing. They were All against permitting Imp and other non family corporations to move into feedlot ownership through vertical integration of the livestock Industry. Earlier this year the Iowa House of representatives passed a Tough possibly a Little too Tough in spots corporate farm Bill House file 215. It is aimed at protecting the interests of family Farmers. The Bill has received some criticism for going further than necessary. Opponents say we re not even sure Iowa has a substantial problem with corporate but the Bill passed with significant support from both republicans and democrats. The state Senate scrapped virtually the entire Bill and substituted a much Milder one requiring Only Brief reports from corporations and limited partnerships about their land own new cars in Sioux county Linn. Minimi. Iii Iii. Him. Inn i new autos Lenora Jean Vandestouwe fair View Chevrolet. Henry d. Vanmaanen re Ron Tiac. Joan Ringerwole Sioux Center Olds. Alvin d. Or Brenda j. Bylsma Orange City am. John Van Engen Sioux Center Chevrolet. Richard or Bonnie Collins Sioux Center Chevrolet. Verlyn or Carla Netten Orange City Olds. C. S. Ekdom Ireton Olds. Mark e. Millage Hawarden Dat sen. Henry Westra Boyden Wubbena Hull Ford. Doores Waanders Hull Ford. Don or Janice Vanden Bosch Rock Valley Chevrolet Larry a. Dixon Sioux Center Chrysler. Larry or mar Cella e. Steffes Gran Ville Chevrolet. Gary e. Or Katherine a. Fox Hawarden Plymouth. Pearl Tiedeman Hull Chevrolet. Reynold Van Gelder Alton Ford. Hawarden lumber co., Hawarden Olds. New trucks Henry Boelsma sr., Boyden w Dodge 2 Dale or Lertis listen Ireton Chevrolet. Bill r. Brant Granville Chevrolet. Robert Munns construction Hawarden Chevrolet. Bernard Krommendyk Hull Chev Rolet. David l. Henderson Rock Valley Chevrolet. Duane r. Witt Hawarden Chevrolet. It Howard j. Lubach to attend conform Rico at University of Iowa Howard j.1 Lubach principal of Kinsey elementary school has been selected for participation in a two week special conference at the University of Iowa from june 16 to june 27. The conference is supported by the National science foundation to acquaint school principals with new course materials in science and social science. The administrator will receive instruction experiences and examples of the new approaches in science and social science. Problem solving skills individualized instruction inquiry techniques inductive thinking conceptual Hier Archy and the nature of the scientific Enterprise will be emphasized. Administrators will rec Eye specs Fie instruction in the following new w elementary curricular programs science a process approach elem Centary science study science curriculum improvement study environmental studies biological science curriculum study and Man a course study. Eddie Hor Skomp on City Polico Force at Sibley Eddie Harskamp formerly of Sioux Center son of or. And mrs. De Harskamp is now serving As a member of the City police Force at Sibley and recently completed a 10 weeks course in Law enforcement at the Northwest Iowa vocational school in Sheldon. He also holds the title of Deputy tf1 sheriff in Osceola county. Eddie was at one time in the Gro Cery business Here. After leaving Sioux Center he worked for a time for the Sather co. And also for Wal ton furniture of Sibley prior to joining the police Force. Reship. In my opinion the Senate Bill is far too weak. We might As Well throw a big party for Imp executives and ask them to write their own Law. The two Bills have now gone to conference committee where several members of each House will try to arrive at a Compromise. My guess is that the final Bill will contain Strong reporting requirements so we can find out exactly How serious the corporate farming problem is in Iowa and probably some prohibitions against corporate ownership of feed lots. Routing the rustlers the livestock theft problem periodically plagues Iowa Farmers. With cattle prices finally getting Back to decent Levels we re Likely to be in for another round of rustling out Breaks. The legislative livestock study committee proposed a Bill of 185 to Deal with the problem. Basically it requires a transporter to possess a transportation certificate while haul ing livestock. The Bill passed both the House and Senate but in differ ent forms. It is now in conference committee where the differences will be ironed out. I expect both houses will then approve the final version. Elmer h. Vermeer is Delegate to general Synod Elmer h. Vermeer of Sioux Cen Ler will be an of f Icia l Delegate to the general Synod of the reformed Church of America which will be held on the Campus of Elmhurst College in Chicago june 9 through also attending the annual meet ing from Here will be m. A. Tepaske a member of the executive com Mittee of the reformed Church of America. Or. Vermeer is an elder of first reformed Church of Sioux Center. Riding along with him to Chicago will be the Rev. Jim Brink Haus of Ellsworth minn., Arnold Humme of Hull and Frank Tjeerdsma of Canton . One Day workshop for nurse aides wednesday june 11 the adult education division of Northwest Iowa vocational school will present a one Day workshop in terminology and charting for the nurse aide orderly on wednesday june 11. Area briefs Sibley Duane and Lavonne Guertin of Sibley he was 51 were killed instantly Friday when their car collided with a Northwestern railway train about 1 mile North of Sibley on a crossing on a gravel Road. The train carried the car about 620 it. After the Impact. Orange City Steven Tvedte son of or. And mrs. Hans a. Tvedte of Orange City graduated May 17 from the College of Medicine at the University of Iowa and has been accepted for a residency program in internal Medicine at the University of Iowa Hospital Iowa City. He will begin the residency in june. Rock Valley a petition was being circulated in Rock Valley last week re questing that the municipal swimming Pool there remain closed on sunday. Wednesday june i Lub the Sioux Center news Page 3 Tion of area senior citizens whose attempts to establish a permanent Active t ies Center in Sioux City has been beset with considerable Finan Cial difficulties. All proceeds will be donated to the Sioux land senior citizens Cen ter. Lugol notice since Many health facilities re quire the nurse aide to do charting the workshop has been planned to instruct her in using the proper Tei rhinology and methods of charting Ann Longman r. N., of spirit Lake will be the instructor. We request that each person at tending the workshop bring with them the forms they use in their re ies such As nurses notes apr graphs Etc. For More information please con tact the health coordinator adult education division Sheldon Iowa 51201 phone 324-2587. Rev. B. J. Haan conducted ser vices in Bethel Christian reformed Church sunday in the absence of the pastor Rev. Vanden Heuvel who with the family is on vacation. Grandpa on Waltons to show to appear june 8, Sioux City one of the most popular and ver Satile performers in show business will be appearing in Sioux City on sunday june 8th, when Veteran act or will Geer better known to television audiences As grandpa on the Waltons will headline a live stage show at the Sioux City auditorium. Goer s appearance will be a Bene fit performance for the Sioux land senior citizens Center an Organiza amendment of current budget notice record of hearing and certificate to amen current budget Section ? l.9, code of Iowa 1973 notice the Board of education of Sioux Center Community school District of Sioux county Iowa will meet at the High school Library Juno 18, 1975, at .7 30 p. A. For the purpose of amending the current school budget adopted aug stg 1974, by increasing expenditures forthe following reasons and in Tho following funds fund from $1,1 7 1,094.00 to.$1,235,000.00the increase in expenditures set out above will be met from increased receipts and Cash balances not budgeted or con soldered in the current budget. There willbe no incr Csc in taxes in be paid in 197s.taxpayers will be Hoard for or against the proposed amendment at the time and place specified in tills notice. A detailed statement of additional receipts other than taxes Cash balances on hand at the close of the preceding fiscal year and proposed disbursements both past and anticipated will to available at the hearing. Irvin Mouw Secretary s t o r e 1dide save 20% to 507, entire Stock drastically reduced under Way i Sale runs through june Recliner furniture for every room we invite you to help us celebrate our 25th anniversary As a Sioux Center business or. And mrs. Wesley Dykstra of Alma mich., returned Home Early it this week after a visit at the parental j. W. Van Steenwyk Home. Priced As Low As $159.95 savings Here. On bedroom furniture living room furniture dining room furniture carpeting pictures lamps desks furniture Mart downtown Sioux Center

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