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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - June 29, 1977, Sioux Center, Iowa 4 Sioux enter wednesday june 29,1977 Page de. Notes the Sioux Center welcomes All letters and correspondence whether in editorial form either for or against views expressed or in response to articles features or interviews which appear in this weekly publication. The accepts Only those letters signed and reserves the right to edit and abbreviate same for purposes of clarity and space availability. Lexers to the editor objections to Era dear sir my main objection to the Era is that it violates a fundamental principle of the common Law namely its vagueness. Legal vagueness is bad for two reasons 1 it destroys the predictability of Law and 2 it is anti constitutional and anti democratic in spirit. Predictability is the most fundamental concept of Legal Justice. No one ought to be made to suffer where no Law made him expect this or that consequence. Due process is this concept s most obvious manifestation. A person May be denied life Liberty or property Only in accordance with the Law of the land no american May be punished arbitrarily. The ban on sex Post Facto Laws is a constitutional guarantee of predictability. The Era flagrantly contravenes the Norm of Justice we have called predictability since no one knows just what its effects Are going to be. As we have seen no one knows what the effects of Era will be and that s reason enough to be wary. What would it really do those arguing for its enactment Point out the inequity of men and women in the same jobs getting unequal pay but there is no Way the Era could apply to that problem. The amendment really provides nothing not already provided except the possibility of some Radical applications. Maybe it will not out turn As we have suggested maybe it would not even turn out that women would be drafted for combat As Republic thinks it could but Why take the Chance when no one knows for sure the Era is anti democratic in spirit because it deprives the state legislature and the Congress of the plenary Power and responsibility to legislate on male female relationships and vests this Power in the least responsive Branch of our system of government namely the judiciary. The Era will mean whatever the supreme court says it Means because there can be no strict construction of that which cannot be strictly construed. In the process of reviewing every Federal and state Law where sex might be an Issue the court will inevitably make political decisions once thought appropriate Only for legislation. Let us never forget Madison s warning that the simultaneous exercise of legislative and judicial functions is the very definition of tyranny federalist papers no. 47. Rev. . Hebden Tayler who s behind it dear editor it is a great curiosity to me that the same people who banned the Bible in the classroom want to legalize marijuana abortions and pornography. Yours truly . Hagen . Director Hagen chiropractic clinic Sioux Center Iowa 51250 marriage licenses. Richard w. Koele 23, Hull Cheryl Ann Bakker 18, Rock Valley. Dean Cletus Sudtelgte 21, Remsen Julie Marie Plagge 20, Alton. Jerry Lee Rozeboom 20, Sioux Center Luellyn Kaemingk 19, Orange City. Timothy Vellinga 21, Orange City Jennifer l. Thenhaus 19, Orange City. Wayne Alan Westenberg 20, Edgerton Minn. Diane Hofland 18, Orange City. Michael Jon Alons 21, Sanborn Vickie l. Vande Kamp 18, Rock Valley. Dean Alan Purvis 23, Ames Sandra k. Raak 22, Orange City. Richard r. Koob 24, Hawarden Nancy l. Kircher 23, Sioux Falls . Vernon d. Van Tilburg 21, Doon Susan l. Techen 19, Sheldon. Dennis l. Alberta 23, grand rapids Mich. Gloria j. Bylsma 23, grand rapids Mich. Jimmy j. Huygens 27, Hospers Iowa Bonita j. Breuer 22, Orange City. William r. Landau 18, Hawarden Iowa Peggy l. Rehder 20, Hawarden Iowa. Richard w. Weikert 21, Sioux City Susan b. Kiel 21, Sioux Center. Kevin Keith Kady 22, Vermillion . Barbara k. Kroiz Mendyk 22, Vermillion . Michael d. Shea 21, Granville Donna j. O Kane 19, Hospers. Mark a. Vogelzang 21, Bellevue Wash. Rhonda l. Huizenga 23, Orange City. Terry j. Nieuwkoop 18, Rock Valley Cheryl l. Meerdink 16, Orange City. Robert w. Godsey 20, Sioux Center Sandra h. Jansen 18, Sioux Center. Dennis l. Vander Wilt 21, Orange City Sandra j. Bruxvoort 18, Orange City. Curtis w. Moerman 20, Sioux Center Lee Ann r. Kreykes 19, Sheldon. David Lee Vande Brake 19, Sheldon Lora l. Ver Steeg 19, Orange City. David lee1 Warner 21, Alcester . Donine m. Van Edom 19, Hawarden. Ernest e. Gabel 21, Akron Debra j. Van Wyk 19, Hawarden. Magistrate s court. James Hodgson of Hawarden been granted a dissolution of marriage from Victoria Hodgson also from Hawarden. Custody of the three minor children is with respondent and Petitioner shall make child support payments each month. Sanna Rae Van Beek been granted a dissolution of marriage from Gerald Lee Van Beek of Rock Valley. The following estates Are Complete and the executors discharged from further duties estate of Marie Cambier estate of John Velgersdyk estate of Cynthia Vanderzwaag estate of Louis f. Sohl estate of a Lloyd Requa. The last will and testament of William Muehlenthale was admitted to probate. Eugene a. Dryer was appointed executor with Bond waived by court order. The last will and testament of Ben Gesink late of Orange City been filed for probate. Henrietta de Jong and John Gesink were appointed executors without Bond. Judgment was entered in Small Gaims court against Ronald burgers of Rock Valley in the amount of $112.28 with interest and costs in favor of Jacob h. Bechtel b.s.., of Rock Valley. Cornelius de Vos been appointed guardian of Lyle de Vos without Bond. Clifford Hein Bonestroo appeared before judge Blair on june 3 and entered a plea of guilty to the offence of receiving stolen goods of a value less than $20.00. He was sentenced to pay a Fine in the amount of $100.00. Court costs Are charged to defendant and Appeal Bond is set at $500.00. Diane e. Bakker was sentenced by judge Blair on june 3, after having been found guilty of larceny in the nighttime. She was sentenced to the women s reformatory at Rockwell City for a term not to exceed 10 years. However the sentence was suspended and she is placed on probation to the third judicial District department of court services for two years. Anthony Lee Connor was found guilty of the crime of operating a motor vehicle without the consent of the owner. He was sentenced to imprisonment in the Sioux county jail for 6 months but the sentence was suspended and he is placed on probation to the 3rd judicial District department of court services for 2 years. Connor will live at the residential treatment facility in Sioux City for an indefinite period of time during rehabilitation. Appeal Bond is set at $1,500.00". The last will and testament of Anna Koopmans Elgersma been admitted to probate. William Koopmans and Henry Koopmans have been appointed executors with Bond set at $5,000.00. Sioux electric cooperative Assn. Has filed suit against Smit and son packing co. Demanding judgment in the amount of $24,750.00, with interest and costs. Plaintiff alleges defendant not paid the minimum charge under an agreement for electric service with them. The estate of Marie c. Bolks Schrader is closed. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against John and Rhonda Leusink of Rock Valley in the amount of $46.78, with interest and costs in favor of Jacob Dibbet or. And Darla Dibbet of Sioux Center. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Leo Schumacher of Hawarden in the amount of $437.80, with interest and costs in favor of ver Hoef Chevrolet Olds inc. Of Hawarden Iowa. Sheryl Boyder of Hawarden been granted a dissolution of marriage from Jerry Boyer of Hawarden. Petitioner was awarded custody of the two minor children. Respondent was Given visitation rights and is to pay child support each month. The last will and testament of Henry Klei Hesselink late of Orange City was filed for probate. Harold Klei Hesselink and Kenneth Klei Hesselink were appointed executors without Bond. Lloyd Youkin and Ellwood Youkin have filed suit in District court against the Ford motor company and Truesdell motor inc. Of Hawarden. Plaintiffs purchased a 1976 Ford chateau club Wagon in april of 1976 and allege said vehicle is defective. They ask that the contract of Sale be rescinded and that they be awarded interest on the Purchase Price plus costs of this action and $1,000.00 damages. Final reports have been filed and approved by the court in the following estates and they Are closed estate of Marguerite h. Van Pelt estate of Tillie. Beltman estate of Andrea Christine Ellis estate of John r. Van Pelt estate of . Mitchell estate of Charles e. Strong. The last will and testament of Clinton Cambier late of Alton been filed for probate and record. Frances Cambier was appointed executor without Bond. Marion j. Baker was appointed administrator of the estate of Dan m. Baker without Bond. Petition was filed for the administration of the estate of Susan m. Heald. . Heald was appointed administrator without Bond. Brett Allen Boon appeared before judge Blair on june 14 for sentencing. He had previously been found guilty of obtaining Money by false he was ordered to pay a Fine in the amount of $250.00 and also $150.00 to Sioux county towards Legal services which were provided to him at Public expense. Appeal Bond was set at $1,000.00. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Bernie Van Veldhuizen of Rock Valley Iowa in the amount of $,196.35., it fatties we 32-3rd Street n.w., Sioux Center Iowa 51250 Telephone 722-0741. Official newspaper for Sioux county and the City of Sioux Center. Published every wednesday and second class postage paid at Sioux Center Iowa by the Sioux Center . Subscription rates s6.50 per year $12 for two years in Sioux county. Elsewhere s7.50 per year $14 for two years. Wayne and Unda doll Nowski publishers. Editor for and features w. Domino wild sports and Dennis Durband advertising director Joe Martin associate director Roger Smit composition Elinor vis and Marilyn Sawall. The entire contents of the is copyrighted no reproduction or rewrites allowed without the expressed consent of the Sioux Center . With interest and costs in favor of Hegg memorial Hospital of Rock Valley. By transcript from magistrate court Leroy k. Vander Meide of Orange City been charged in District court with of Maui. Bond was set at $300.00. Gregg William Hooyer of Sioux Center been charged in District court with of Maui. Bond was set at $300.00. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Dale Harvey and or Nancy Harvey of Orange City in the amount of $241.73 with interest and costs in favor of Robert w. De Jong and or Marlys f. De Jong do a de Jong aviation. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against the Dykema store in Hawarden in the amount of $106.76 with interest and costs in favor of Hawarden lumber co., Hawarden Iowa. By transcript from magistrate court Bruce Boyer of Hawarden been charged in District court with of Maui. Bond was set at $300.00. The following estates Are Complete and have been closed estate of Clarence Victoria estate of Ethel Schenck estate of Minnie e. Eppink estate of Fred w. Ricklefs estate of Lloyd l. Schlueter estate of Onnie h. Klave estate of Mechelina Schriever estate of Henry Roos estate of Kate Hoffs. Judgment was entered in Small claim court against Kathy Johnson of Hawarden in the amount of $934.52 with interest and costs in favor of Sioux land propane co. Of Ireton. First Federal savings and loan Assn. Of Sioux City formerly known As Sheldon Federal savings and loan Assn filed a petition to. Foreclose mortgage against Norman g. Van Der Weide and Ada Van Der Weide Vaniperen feed and Grain co., Hospers Iowa Farmers co operative ass n. Boyden and Frank a. Baron bankruptcy trustee. Judgment was entered in Small claims court against Leo Gergen and Dennis Gergen of Alton in the amount of $261.80 with interest and costs in favor of Amelia Plendl of Lemars. The last will and testament of . Bodnar late of Sioux Center been filed for probate and record. Lyle Vanroekel and Paul Bodnar were appointed executors without Bond. The last will and testament of Tunis Jansma late of Rock Valley was filed for probate. Harold e. Jansma and Andrew m. Jansma were appointed executors without Bond. The. Tast will and testament of Ben Klei Wolterink late of Sheldon been filed for probate. Gertrude Klei Wolterink was without Bond. Opera ready for fall group says yes you can not have a horse race without horses or a Cherry pie without cherries. Nor can you have an opera without musical accompaniment. Can an orchestra be formed and ready for production by the end of september that question is More urgent than a year ago when the Public opera company of Northwest Iowa first organized. Two comic operas in English Are already in rehearsal. Puccini s Gianni Schicchi and Menotti s the old maid and the thief will feature James Javore an affiliate artist with local singers and instrumentalists in support. Wayne Mitchell is the musical director. Presently Mitchell is soliciting members for the 26-piece orchestra 3 first violins 3 second violins 2 violas 2 cellos 2 French horns 2 trumpets 1 trombone 2 flutes one to double on piccolo1 oboe 2 clarinets 1 Bassoon a Harp Celeste Bells Tympani and piano. James Koldenhoven managing director reports that there will be no formal auditions for the orchestra. Anyone interested in joining the orchestra should Contact an area coordinator or Wayne Mitchell. Coordinators Are Gary Dobbins of Sioux Center Kay Doornink of Orange City Bob Tollefson of storm Lake Mary Sturges of Lemars and Janet Koser of Cherokee. In Sioux Center Gary Dobbin s phone number is 722-1751. The orchestra is being formed at this Date though rehearsals will not begin until August 16 and will continue each tuesday night thereafter until technical rehearsals for the operas begin. Performances Are scheduled for september 28, 30, and october 1 in Sioux Center october 4 in Orange City october 7 and 8 in storm Lake october 10 in Cherokee and october 12 and 15 in Lemars. This is not a five town thing notes Koldenhoven but a Northwest Iowa singers have been cast from five counties he posts out and the orchestra will be formed without geographical restrictions. Affiliate artist James Javore is returning to Northwest Iowa in the fall and will be available for informal pcs in the schools at service clubs churches and other gatherings. He will join the rehearsals for the operas about mid september. Tickets will go on Sale about september 1." funding for this project will come primarily from local Public support in gifts and ticket sales the Sears Roebuck foundation and the National endowment for the arts Are providing funds for the affiliate artist while the Iowa arts Council provided a Challenge Grant to help in the development of the opera program. Funding is also provided by the arts councils of Sioux Center Lemars Cherokee Orange City and storm Lake. Those interested in performing in the orchestra for the Public opera company will be asked to Supply resumes on their performance ability. Coordinators will know what Wayne Mitchell is looking for or will Contact Mitchell for the instrumentalist. Quotes for thought. You know a woman is in love with her husband if she smiles at him the Way she does at a traffic Reader contribution you can learn nothing More valuable from experience than not to rely on Franklin p. Jones Odd in t it that in this age of performing the impossible travelling two blocks without transportation is an insurmountable difficulty --s.s. Biddle our outer life and experiences Are the out picturing of our inner thoughts and ideals Lowell Fillmore to get to heaven turn right and keep Wesleyan methodist eat drink and be merry for tomorrow you May run out of Jules Henry Marr one does t become a Saint overnight any More than one becomes 75 years old overnight. It takes time.". -bishopf.g. Ensley or past by Kaemingk Dennis Durband 10 years ago june 29, 1967 Well Over a thousand people of the area attended open House at the or. Robert Vermeer optometrist and . To Paske attorney at Law offices Here Friday afternoon and evening. They were provided an Opportunity to tour the premises and to Stop at the refreshment table for Coffee soft drinks and pastries. Tom Greear is the newly elected chairman of the Sioux Center citizens advisory committee which was organized last year to assist with the Long Range plans for a workable program for Community development and improvement and which meets the fourth monday of each month to discuss and consider proposals and make recommendations. 20 years ago june 27, 1957 the 4-h girls exhibit and demonstration building at the local youth fair grounds virtually completed which will make possible an expanded girls program and will provide a better Opportunity for demonstrations to be presented without interruption. Ideal crop conditions continue to prevail in the Sioux Center  area which received during the past week another 1.86 inches of moisture. A heavy 1.16 inches of rain fell monday night bringing with it a scattering of Hail that reportedly did some damage to Oats Fields Southwest of Here. This brought total rainfall for the month of june to. 4.61 inches which is Only .10 of an Inch below the june Normal of 4.71 inches according to John Oliver local . Weather observer. 30 years ago june 26, 1947 the town of Sioux Center this week received an abundance of $3650 from the Federal works administration to pay for the engineering work on the proposed electric system. The above Money is in the form of a non interest bearing loan which must be paid Back if and when the system is built the notice of this Advance was received from congressman Charles b. Hoeven. The grand opening of the Diamond Ball grounds will be held next tuesday  evening july 1. The Diamond Laid out exclusively for Diamond Ball is located just West of the de Gabei residence. The ground was levelled screens were put up bleachers to seat about 200 built and to really bring it up to Date a full set of eight lights were installed. The program for the evening will Start at 7 o clock with the band out in uniform an official dedication by mayor . Tepaske and the Diamond Ball game. 40 years ago june 24, 1937 Grasshoppers in Sioux county have survived recent heavy Rains in sufficient numbers to still threaten ruin to local crops reports . Nicol county agricultural agent. Farmers arc finding from four to five times As Many Young hoppers in their Fields this year As last year despite the recent unfavourable weather. Rains have helped some in reducing their numbers but an intense poisoning Campaign or. Nicol says must be started this week if they Are to be held under control. There will be a real Ball game in Sioux Center next tuesday evening when Solomon foods of Sioux City will come Here to play a picked team. One of the big drawing cards will be the gentleman who will pitch for Sioux Center or. Nuttle the popular Windmill Arm Pitcher of the Murray chix team. Plan to see this game. 70 years ago Zonda Galvond Werd door is. . Van Wink in Het Kerk Gebow Der Tweede Gere. Geme Ente Het baccalaureate Sermon Sehou Dan. De commencement exercises Cullen plaats Hebben. De Onder Werpen Van de orations Van de graduates Zion als Volgt the China door Edward de Mots. Florence Nightingale door Anna Franken. The Awakening of the Public conscience door James Riemersma the memories of the past door Lulu Kuhl. Baccalaureate Sermon preached in second reformed Church by . Van Wyk. Commencement on thursday by edae Mots Anna Franken James Riemersma and Lulu Kuhl. 80 years ago zat erday arrive Erde Allier nit Cleveland Ohio Een Jon Mensch Gena and Johannes Van Driesen die Voo Nemens in de Farmers Hier the helped in Hun Werk Indian Hij e in plaats Kan Vinden. Indian Iemand dus nog Een Sterne Gesonde Knecht no dig heft die ver Voege Zich Aan Onze drunk Eric. Johannes Van Driesen came to Sioux Center looking for work on the farm. 1 Een Van Onze Verkaart Dat de Meer Gerheld Onzer Inge Stenen Huhne Hulien te.,warm. Houden Eri de Kamers Waar de Dzieken . Tilt it Een groote font. Elke woning in gooral de Zie Kennamer be Hoort Wel even Tilferd the Worden. Indian Iemand Fritsche Lucht no dig heft is Het de Zieke in Vonderheid zip die Linden Aan Long Kortsen. One of the doctors in town claims most houses Are to warm for their health especially those with lung fever. American state Bank Community Calendar wednesday june 29 Sioux county chorus concert Dale Grotenhuis director will perform in the Dort College gym at 8 . Freewill offering. Public is invited. High school baseball is. West Sioux Here. High school softball is. West Sioux there. Thursday june 30 Bicentennial Hall museum and the schoolhouse a consignment shop will be open from 2-4 . And 7-8 30 . Friday july 1 High school baseball is. Rock Valley Here. High school softball is. Rock Valley there. Saturday july 2 Fellowship unlimited will meet in the Central Park shelter House at 8 00 . Sunday july 3 Fellowship unlimited will meet in the Central Park shelter House. Tuesday july 5 ladies . Will meet in Wesselink s basement at 8 00 . Wednesday july 6 High school baseball is. George there. High school softball is. George Here. Thursday july 7 Bicentennial Hall museum and the schoolhouse a consignment shop will be open from 2-4 . Friday july 8 High school baseball is. Central Lyon Here. High school softball is Central Lyon there

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