Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa
5 Mar 1975

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5 Mar 1975

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - March 5, 1975, Sioux Center, IowaEditorials a teds of Ltd h Sioux county tort s limit their Ciupik Allty 11 Wolfart America has since world War ii led the anti communist fight in the world. We have poured billions of dollars into the Effort and Many thousands of Young american lives. But the struggle goes on. Now we Are told that the probability of both South Vietnam and Cambodia falling under communist influence and possibly total control is very great unless America comes to the the Rescue we Are told will entail an immedi ate expenditure of at least $522 million and possibly much greater expenditures in the next year or two. And after that Well probably More of the same. There seems no end to it. We get the impression when feeling a bit tired and cynical about it All that the whole two Way struggle is no two Way struggle not really. More Likely it is one big plot to keep american dollars pouring in to help bolster the Economy and the Standard of living in Southeast Asia. It seems that the Best our dollars can do no matter in what amount donated is to buy a few months time. Most americans obviously and traditionally Are against communist invasion of another coun try and the enforcement of communist Doc Trine on an unwilling people yet America can not and , attempt a Lone stand against such action taking place now or at any time be cause we simply cannot afford it and we have never been Able to make it work when we be tried. We have to be realistic sensible and practical about this while striving to keep our Cor Pat Sion and concern intact. Actually communist aggression can a expanded at any time any where in the world. If we feel obliged to pour billions More into South Vietnam and Cambodia should t we feel equally As responsible toward the Protection of people in any other area where do we Call a halt the time has come the writer of this editorial is convinced when we should become More concerned about the communist Effort to totally ruin the american Economy to bankrupt our nation weaken it to the extent that we Are no longer an effective counter Force. That can happen to America if we continue our Solo Effort to save the world and spend billions in a manner that weakens instead of strengthens us. We need above All to maintain a Strong econ omy so that we can maintain a Strong and meaningful Effort on behalf of world peace and International stability and work effectively for the betterment of humanity everywhere. We believe in this particular period of time when the u. S. Is facing so Many serious prob lems Many of them related directly to our econ omy that we need to tighten the Purs strings on foreign Aid to take a very realistic look at our Long Range goals and to have the guts to do what must be done to keep our nation viable and on course. Custom firm strict rite to wll Frd l. Kooiker it. Of it Sev. Be a 25-97-44 $10. Earl Lnig. Kot tort Tel to Calvin Christian reformed Church Rock vol Ltd it la 10, 11 it 12, Bik 3, Vanroekel t addn., Rock Valley $6000. Fred l. Van sickle it of to w. Richard Deets it want Vernon is 1, 2 it 3 in the sub of is 5 it 6, blk 24. Or Ana City $1. Ellmina grooters Fth to Jan it tit Root if Cittato it remainder to John Root l 4, blk 13, Boyden $1. Wilbur q. Harn link it of to Harrl to Harn link it e a so a 23-95-44 Robert m. Molendyk it of to Anna far of estate in l 7, blk 1, Bouma s addn., Hull $1. Robert m. Molendy & of to a gust j. Faber Etal l 7, blk 1, Bouma s addn., Hull $1. Paul j. Gambal Nana adm to Law rence Williams it l 5, Aud sub blk 3, Van Oman s addn., Hawarden $11,000. Hyman j. Hymans it of to Mildred l. Hymans l 15, blk 8, Hulsman s addn., Sioux Center $1. Dick Morren it of to Raymond Van Dyke new a Ftp be a so a 3 95-43$. Norman Moret it of to William l. Moret it of it e a new a 34-97-44 $1. Kors Harthoorn it of to William l. Moret it of it la new a 34-97-44 $1. W. E. Hinze it of to John Foreman it of it is 9 it 10, blk 23, Orange a Tyl. 12 million Dollar per year additional Drain on state budget. Some of the democrats Art suggesting that this 12 million can easily be found by taking the 20 million dollars that governor Ray proposed to go to the depart ment of transportation and taking the 12 million from that. They would then appropriate a Small amount to the Highway commission for help on the primary highways and would pro vide torn additional Money to the counties. However this Money provided to the count let would be Only a loan it would have to be paid Back by the count let. Cury. Eugene t. Schutt Hospers Chevrolet Warren Betten Remsen Oldsmobile Alyda Vandevegte Sioux Center wednesday March 5, 1975 the Sioux Center news Page 2 chs Mobile. Maurice a. Tepaske Sioux Center Rexwinkel Alton Buick. Myrtle or Glen Hart a. Hawarden. Loren l. Or Mary Ann Romberg Sioux Center Chevrolet. Capital publishing co., Orange City Chevrolet. Ferd j. Pottebaum Alton Dodge. New trucks Arloa Mae Testroete Sioux Center Ford. Albert j. Or Marie Vink Rock Val Ley Chevrolet hoi i is Noble Hawarden Ford. Verlin Sturtevant Hawarden Chev Rolet. Vosser feed and product inc., Hull Ford. Delbert Broek Sioux Center Ford. Visser elevator inc., Sioux Center Chevrolet. Martin a. Wierda Sioux Center Chevrolet. Tour court House news the last will and testament of Willemina Peelen was admitted to probate. Geraldine Vanpeursem and Mattie Johanna Brink were appointed executors with Bond waived by the will. The last will and testament of Marion Klein late of Orange City has been admitted to probate. Ronzello Klein was appointed executor with Bond waived by the will. Petition was filed for the administration of the estate of Lyda Groene Weg. John b. Groeneweg and Simon Groeneweg were appointed administrators with Bond set at $10,000.00. The last will and testament of Bernard Hoefer has been filed for pro Bate. Betty Stoll was appointed executor without Bond. Petition has been filed for the administration of the estate of Peggy Kooiker. Harlyn Kooiker was appointed administrator with Bond set at $20.000.00. Roger Van Beek with his attorney Roger Evans appeared before judge Davis and entered a plea of guilty to the offence of false drawing or utter ing of checks. Time for sentencing is set for March 10, 1975 at 1 30 . Information was filed charging David Klein of Ashton with Possession of marijuana. He was granted until March 10 at 2 . To move or plead. Bond was set at $300.00. Roger Evans of Sioux Center is his court appointed attorney. Earl Mullin of Hospers entered a plea of guilty to the charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. He was sentenced by judge Davis to pay a Fine of $300.00 and also to attend a course for drinking Drivers at a state approved drinking Driver school. A new License is not to be issued for an indefinite period of time. Vance Shoemaker has filed suit against the state of Iowa. Plaintiff alleges negligence on the part of the state in maintaining Hiway no. 10 which was the cause of damage to his automobile in the amount of $758.80. Plaintiff asks for judgment in said amount plus court costs and attorney fees. Pearl Lee Green formerly mrs. Iven a. Bisgard of Boyden has filed suit against Truman j. Kruse of Gran Lille Iowa. Plaintiff asks for damages in count i in the amount of $50,824. 88 for personal injuries and in count ii the sum of $600.55 for damages to her car the result of an Accident that took place on March 4, 1973. Harlyn Kooiker administrator of the estate of Peggy Kooiker deceased., and Harlyn Kooiker individually has filed suit against Honeywell inc., a Delaware corporation mid America pipeline system a division of Marco inc., a Delaware corporation Gas Supply inc., a Minnesota Corpora Tion John Scholten doing business As Scholten plumbing and heating and Clarence Mulder doing business As Mulder Oil company As defendants plaintiff alleges that negligence on the part of defendants caused an explosion which resulted in the death of Peggy Kooiker and asks for damages in the total amount of $313,000.00 and costs of this action. To us earlier this year than it in in the past so that torn of the tub commit tee hearings May be Little ahead. However i was told Latt week that the human resources sub committee which sett the budget for the social services department hit not yet held a hearing they have scheduled 18 hearings with the social services department alone. At the rate of 3 week that represent 6 it tact of hear Ings and if they Haven t started yet they have Long Way to go. Also Thart seems Byttlo be no firm idea of where the majority party expects to go with the school Aid formula. A vary Small shift of percentages in this formula can make extremely Large changes in the amounts of Mont that come out of the state Treasury. For instance a shift from 6% allow Able growth to 11% it Tulett in about a legislative report to Lii cts Otto Star the Iowa Senate last week passed the proposed revised criminal code for the state of Iowa. It was debated at length and was amended at several Points. Some of the amendments reflect a difference in philosophy and Many of them reflect the frustrations Felt by people because of what appears to be an increasing crime rate. Actu ally however the Basic idea of the revision remains intact with one pos sible exception. That exception is embodied in an amendment which sets a special penalty for certain types of theft Over $50. 00. Unfortunately this Breaks into the whole pattern of classification of crimes and starts us Down the Road to the piecemeal sort of Patchwork code that we had before. I am afraid also that it came about because of an apparent misrepresentation by a lobbyist to Many people around the state. At least i got three Calls from people who had been contacted by the lobbyist asking them to phone me to sup port the amendment. Not one of the three had any reasonable concept of what the Bill provided nor what the amendment was. This sort of misrepresentation by a lobbyist is extremely distasteful to me. Actually the Bill had originally provided that theft from Zero to a Hun dred dollars was a Misdemeanour punishable by a 30 Day jail sentence or$100.00 Fine. My callers indicated to me that the lobbyist had told them that bad checks of under $100.00 would not be punishable As a Mise Jyh it

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