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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaMilking tout Iowa dairymen comr Biu significantly to the Economy of their Coniti Nitsios lows dairymen contribute significantly to the Economy of their says Don Extension Dairyman n More than farms produce with about cows being milked twice Dally in Iowa Dairying produces Over million annual Gross said Voel fluid milk income totals about million annually from billion pounds of yearly income from an additional billion pounds of manufactured milk products yields the Sale of Dairy animals for beef contributes million while Breed ing Stock sales also add to the income of most of Iowa Dairy income is spent according to dairymen require feed and feed milk ing and other Dairy supplies for their also needed Are Tull gasoline and construction companies for building and expanding Dairy the Agri business suppliers needed by dairymen Are important employers in Many com their employees generate fur ther income into the local Vwalker said about 100 Dairy plants in Iowa process and merchandise fluid ice butter and nonfat dry in some towns the Dairy Plant is the Community largest milk shipments comprise a Large part of Iowa trucking whose fuel taxes control Bute to better Iowa said Many Dairy products Are marketed out Side thus bolstering Iowa income with out state the Extension Dairyman said Northeast Owa is particularly affected by Bremer and Jackson along with Sioux county in Northwest half of the Dairy products in the Dick Clark reports new policy Lor the onion the single most troublesome problem for americans today is the inflation is in the double Figur Estrie annual rate for the last three months was Over 12 Precen tand Consumers Are in an unmerciful High prices and High interest rates quickly eat up and savings accounts do not even earn enough to maintain their much less Apprel ate in inflation is devastating for people in the Middle and lower income and particularly for those living on fixed in it is equally devastating the and Many leading economists Are genuinely alarmed about the effect of this inflation on the future of our this is not the usual Type of inflation it is Complex and unconventional and that Way the usual ant inflation tools of More higher and higher interest rates Are in they could make matters one of the Best tools we can use right now for fighting inflation is a tax it is not a conventional response to Infra but it is badly needed relieve the the Burden on Consumers and to reduce the pressures for inflationary wage Settle a tax Cut should be accompanied by offsetting tax which will bring As much into the Treasury As the tax Cut re i have joined several other Sena tors in proposing a tax Cut tax Reform package with the chief Reform being elimination of the Oil depletion allowances loophole that has Given Oil companies a tax advantage other industries do not re in addition to a there Are other Steps we can take which would pro Duce effects within a Short time reduction of Federal primarily Mili where expenditures have skyrocketed since the end of the Vietnam War Roll Back of Oil prices and encouragement of increased production in areas where Short Ages while improving the immediate Situa we can also take some Steps to improve the Lon term these in clude the establishment of a permanent Grain to assure an adequate Supply of food and stabilized prices for both Farmers and Consumers passage of the budget control giving Congress tighter control Over Federal expenditures pass age of a Trade Reform Bill and develop ment of new Energy Marcis livestock Nim will Host Iowa Junior Hartford Flold Day Ogren sons of will Host the upcoming Iowa Junior Hereford association Field Day on june which will offer a Day of fun and Educa Tion for All age besides the traditional judging contest for both youths and there will be educational demonstrations on the after fathers Day gifts wrapped pop ple Osers Kodak cameras projectors Billfold Fanny Farmer Candy fresh salted nuts Brief cases hallmark Wood pen Pencil sets hair style dryers jewelry boxes Pressor caddies Schalekamp Smit Corona portable typewriter mens after shave colognes Brutt English itt tar attache cases desk accessories drugs noon including grooming and artificial total performance records decoupage and a meat evaluation a Fine line of trophies and grooming equipment Are the prizes for the Day for those who Excel in the various the Ojha will give away various cuts of meat in a drawing throughout the Day to travelling the ogres will give a registered Here Ford Heifer to a Lucky Winner under 22 years of age sometime during the Days new leaders for Buffalo Valley scoot District named David Curry of has been appointed As superintendent of schools in Boyden Hull Community school replacing Al Hesla who Lawrence achterhof of Sioux Center announced at the May District meeting of Buffalo Valley District of Prairie Gold area boy scouts of thai appointments have been made to fill the Volunteer leadership positions for the or achterhof is serving As District chair Man for the scout District which serves nearly 2000 boys and leaders in Plymouth and Obrien individual committees will be Lead by Carl Schelon of cub committee chairman Bert coffin of scout committee chairman Jim Fletcher of be explorer committee chairman and Don Broek of Sioux publicity Wehberg of Sheldon will assist achterhof As District vice the new District committee leadership represents years of scouting including two former Prairie Gold area Council three previous District and four Silver Beaver recipe june 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 3 new to the Buffalo Valley District is Don manager of kid a radio Sla Tion of Sioux a full organization of committee Mem Bers and commissioners is continuing to be developed to work with the new Lead the selection of the new members was begun by the 1973 nominating com Mittee headed by the 1973 District chair Man Bill Ballard of Rock new superintendent of schools at West Sioux Community school Haar Den and is Gerald who has been serving As Middle school Princi he succeeds the late Robert Bish Iris Choice double Gold Bond Stamps for six More big Days june 13 thru 19 125 count kleenex 3 Boits hic Obilt of 6rim drink 3 Hunts Lucid peaches 39 khat Vei Veita cheese food King Oleo Swansong Chicken to dinners 600d red of White a potatoes 10 u9 fresh 1ean ground beef end Sioux outdoor worker the nations finest St pressed matched shirts pants in Lon wearing Cotton several popular colors including Loden Tan Navy with jackets to match St press St press 50 up work up 98 Western Boot to notice in accordance with the provisions of chapter acts of the 65th general All that were assessed for taxable property in Sioux county As of Are hereby notified that their personal property assessment has been reduced to per cent of the original assessment Willii Meylink Sioux county am select dads father s Day gift Here opt Uoo Tion s i june 16 shirt tie pyjamas Belt socks cuff links swim trunks knit pants shorts colognes Billfold Golf shirt Bosch clothing specialists in fitting tall men and boys phone 7220055 Sioux Iowa

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