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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaEditorials two lip Orlet this might properly be called dedication week in Sioux Center. The 4-stall firewall on n. Main Avenue is to be dedicated thursday evening immediately following a 7 . Downtown Parade of fire fight ing equipment of Sioux Center and several sur rounding communities. Some unusual antique pieces of equipment will be in the Parade officials have announced. Then at 3 . On Friday afternoon october 25, the Sioux Center municipal Airport boasting a 3,000 it. X 50 it. Paved runway will be dedicated with governor Robert d. Ray As the dedication speaker. Both events Are of definite historical signify Clef till Whf a Cance from the standpoint of Community development and growth. Sioux Center and its efficient Volunteer fire department can take real Pride in the Community s modern fire fighting units and housing facilities. They Are As up to Date As tomorrow. The local Airport is also Well developed and a real credit to a Community of 4,000 people a Fly in luncheon open to the general Public As Well As to pilots who Fly in from the surround ing area will be served at the Airport hangar from 12 30 . Until 2 . The lunch will be free for pilots who Fly in and there will be a $1 charge for other persons. You Are urged to attend both dedication pro Grams. Whit it tilt trip facts Flibott Icin Stirt what kits the Iowa medical society released to the press the past week an article pointing up the viewpoint of the society and representatives of the american medical association on acupuncture. Although practice in China for centuries this method of treatment of human beings has received widespread attention in the . Only during the past two or three years and particularly Dur ing the past year. An article that appeared in the september 19 74 Issue of the journal of the Iowa medical society draws two conclusions about acupuncture "1. It is the uniform opinion of an american medical association delegation to China to study acupuncture last june that acupuncture anal Gesia merits controlled experimental study. There is a need for continuing efforts to under stand the nature of the acupuncture effect. Clin ical studies of the applicability of acupuncture Are undoubtedly in order and May perhaps Best be carried out through cooperative ventures be tween accomplished chinese practitioners of the Art and licensed american physicians dentist and research "2. It is the conviction of the delegation that acupuncture therapy should be regarded As the practice of Medicine in an experimental phase permissible Only in qualified investigation al set dds filed in slow county your Faith & mine Tings. Every Effort should be made to guard a against the conversion of acupuncture into a kind of quackery in the Western world. In China acupuncture is not practice for Money. In our Western society it should not become a technique for exploitation of the the american medical association delegation to China last summer also has this to say about its study of acupuncture while study of Acu puncture to alleviate pain is important use of acupuncture in an Effort to cure human ills is dubious. Only about 15% of the major chinese surgical cases employ it. It apparently is often combined with Western aesthetic agents. Some patients tolerate major surgery exceedingly Well under acupuncture alone or with minimal assist ing measures. Others have a difficult time. In general there is Little muscle relaxation with Acu so what should the american people believe about acupuncture that s a 64 Dollar question. There is no Clear Cut answer. Some medical people believe in it some Don t. Those who do believe in it vary noticeably in degree of belief. Most people will have to draw their own conclusions As the experiments continue. Personally we d just As soon came up with a sure cure for the common cold first. James c. Huygens Hospers Buick. We. Van Marel Orange City Chev Rolet. Glen de Zeeuw Orange City Chev Judith Wobbema Etal extra to we. J. Broek pts a be a 17-95-45. $3,000. We. J. Broek and of to Soo feed co. Inc. It Sev be a 17-95-45. $1. Theodore Vangroothees & of to Edwin Krould of l 6, blk 5, Jonker s addn., Orange City. $10. Irene Ellis sol to Jean Ellis w a w Jne a & it Fri a 6-94-46. $1. Irene Ellis Sal to Lloyd Ellis e a we a 6-94-46. $1. Wallace Zwagerman Etal to Daniel Tamminga Etal is 16, 17 & 18, blk a Highland addn., Hospers. $1. Gerrit Vanden Brink & of to Dick j. Kruizenga & of is 21 & 22, blk 1, Schaller s addn., Rock Valley. Is. Gene Driesen & of to Loren rus sell Mason & of it is 4 & 5, blk 2, Van Berkum s addn., Rock Valley. $1 town of Alton to Carl Heidebrink & of it vacated 7th ave., East addn., Alton. $1. John Emit Evenson Etal to Olden Warner & of it govt. L 2, 18-96-47. $1. Chester l. Dagle Etal to Bruce a. Mcpherson & of it l3, blk 6, Haar den. $1. Edna k. Johannson sol to Haar Rolet. Henry b. Mulder Orange City Chevrolet. Mark Vanderstouwe Sioux Cen ter Chevrolet. Harold or Lula Smith Hawarden Buick. Tony Cleveringa Orange City Chevrolet. Gerrit or Cornelia Vande Hoef Sioux Center Pontiac. We. H. Taylor Ireton Chrysler. La Eva Halweg Ireton Chevrolet. Harvey or Lois Hofmeyer Alton Ford. Nola j. Diekevers Hospers merc Ury. Vernon or Glenyss Tarrell Orange City Dodge. Rev. Wesley Kiel Sioux Center Chevrolet. Glen Leusink , Chev Rolet. New trucks Ellsworth Hoekstra Maurice Chev Rolet. Joe w. Klei Hesselink Hospers Ford. Gerrett Schutt Sioux Center Ford. Paul den Herder Sioux Center Chevrolet. Wayne Tiedeman Hull Chevrolet. Paul Van arb jr., Granville Gumc. Lee listen Ireton Ford. Gerrit Schneider Orange City den Home builders inc is 7 & 8, blk. 20, Wal go s second addn., Haar Paul Koehn & of to Peter a. State a of l 1, blk 22, South addn., Orange City. Is. Charles m. Horton & of to Bernard l. Schlefer & of it is 5, 6, & 7, blk 9, Wal go s first addn., Hawarden. $1. Louis Kemmer & of to Minnie m. Eilks is 6 & 8, Aud sub of blk 4, Cutler s addn., Hawarden. $1. Clarence h. Pageler sol to Clarence j. Verbrugge & of l 26, blk 1, Page Ler addn., Rock Valley. $1. Kenneth l. Nelson & of to Robert e. Matter i of l 13, blk 24, Hull. $1. Henry j. Hoksbergen & of to Jane Hoksbergen pin Nev 33-97-44. $1. Town of Alton to Glen r. Everi Huls & of it vacated Alley blk 4, Alton. $1. Frank Vander feen Etal to Francis Fisher Etal it is 6 & 7, blk 21, Etc co s second addn., Hawarden. $7500 Francis Fisher & of to Thomas j. Lorenzen Etal it is 6 & 7, blk 21, Wal co s second addn., Hawarden. $8500. Chevrolet. Doornink rendering Sioux Center Ford. Marvin Hoogland Maurice Ford. Ten Napel , Ireton Ford. Public Library Calendar saturday oct. 26, last kindergarten and first Grade Story hour. Wednesday mornings thru novem ber 6, pre school Story hours by regi stration. Thursday oct. 24, historical film Tah Tonka. Dramatic action shows the last Days of the Buffalo herds and the end of the powerful Plains Indian tribes. Continuous showing 7 to 9 ., fireside room. Vernon Easthouse 75, of Hartley was killed october 16 when he lost control of a car he had purchased 20 minutes earlier and struck a tree. He stepped on the accelerator instead of the Brake pedal when attempting to Park the 1975 Chevrolet Chevelle in his garage. He crashed through the Back end of the garage and crashed in to a tree behind it. Wednesday october 23, 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 2stanley says Culver Hiudt Btty to labor Republican candidate Dave Stanley said his opponent congressman John Culver is so indebted to giant labor unions he can t vote to Stop inflation Ary spending. Stanley noted that congressman Culver s own Campaign financial re ,. Ports prove he can t afford to vote a against the Union Bosses and expect the huge contributions he has received from big labor. The fact is that congressman Cul ver has so Many strings on him be cause of the pressure group contributions that he does t even control his own vote Stanley said. It is Clear that Culver must vote with the Union. Possess when they propose their inflationary schemes to soak the taxpayer Stanley who has consistently re fused contributions from any group if that lobbies Congress said he is free to fight inflation by eliminating the in fair privileges currently provided for both big unions and big corporations. Matting october 26 of . Iowa Roadie coucil at Hartley mrs. Carolyn Heitz Reading con sultans of Lynn Marr elementary r schools near Cedar rapids will be the featured speaker at the meeting of the Northwest Iowa Reading Council on saturday october 26, at Hartley. The meeting will begin at 10 00 . In the Hartley elementary build ing. The Public is Bandstra president of the North West Iowa Reading Council said that mrs. Heitz will discuss learning Sta tons and simulation games. He in. Dictated the subject will relate to All programs in Reading being used in the area schools. Mrs. Heitz has served in the past As an elementary classroom teacher supervisor in Reading clinics and As visiting speaker at several Reading meet Ings. Mark Tille 19, of Rock rapids was killed Early Friday morning when the car in which he was a passenger crashed and burned in an Accident j North of Rock rapids. Timothy Stein j or was the Driver of the car and he was hospitalized at Rock rapids with first degree Burns and bruises. His Condi h Tion is described As Good. By Tom Westfall the Raal thing Freedom do we understand it Many volumes have been written about our right to Liberty. Most of us believe Freedom involves the privilege of coming and go ing As we like of doing what we wish when we wish. But does t real Freedom imply something More can we really be free if we do Only what we want Are we not then slaves to our own desires Bond servants to ourselves if i de cide to hate a Man am i then free to love him if i make myself a liar do i still possess the Freedom to be honest Freedom rightly understood suggests much More than unhindered movement or unchecked personal desires. It provides the god Given Liberty to become what we Are capable of becoming. If we Are chained to our lower selves How Are we free to become better selves if we obey our base desires allow them to Boss us around Are we really free True Freedom liberates us from the tyranny of our own lower natures. It strikes off the shackles of prejudice hatred and self cent redness looses us from whatever else holds us in spiritual bondage. That s Why we can come and go As we like and still not be free. It s Why just doing As we please never brings us a feeling of unfettered release. Perfect Freedom can be experienced Only in the Christian sense. It involves being free to accept and love All people. It consists of not being imprisoned in the narrow cell of our own desires. Ultimately it Means escaping from the dark Hole of culturally conditioned existence to live free in the Light of Jesus Christ. Sioux Cowry court House news Charles Van Hofwegen of Orange City received judgment in Small claims court against Larry Keith in the amount of $113.32 with interest and costs of this action. Petition for administration of the estate of Bernard j. Beumer has been filed. Paul e. Beumer of Rock Valley was appointed administrator with Bond waived by court order. Wilma Degen of Hawarden has been granted a dissolution of marriage from Earl Degen of Ireton. Tony Huygens of Orange City has been granted a dissolution of marriage from Mildrede Huygens of Luverne Minn. Kevin r. Pilkenton appeared before judge Stillwill on october 14 and received a deferred sentence until octo ber 16, 1975. He was placed on Proba Tion to the Bureau of adult corrections during this time. Information has been filed in District court charging Gary g. Van Voorst with of Maui. Sentencing was it for october 28, 1974. 9 in st.. Sleek Center be him Roy m. Gardner. Editor Roy m. 4 Mary Louise Gardner publishers published every wednesday 2nd class postage paid at Sioux Center,.Iowa final reports hive been filed in the following estates and they Are closed and their executors discharged from further duties estate of Rika Niemeyer estate of Susan m. Potte Baum estate of Mary Harens Reeff estate of Grace Bowers Marx estate of Frank Van Der Wilt estate of Agnes Gourley estate of Myrtle l. Smith estate of Ben poll. Petition was Field for administration of the estate of Clara a. Groen Lite of Rock Valley. Irene Miller and Alice m. Vugteveen were appointed administrator with Bond set it $5.000.00. Judgment wis entered in Small claims court against Rodney g. Van den Brink of Orange City in the a mount of $32.07, plus interest and court costs in favor of Merlyn Kraal Aba Kraal furniture Ltd. The estate of Cynthil Noordhoff paid the sum of $267.00 in full pay ment of state inheritance tax. The list will and testament of Agnes Blom Lite of Rock Valley was filed for probate. Jim Blom was appointed executor without Bond. The last will and testament of Mabel m. Richter late of Hawarden was filed for probate. Bernice l. Schlefer was appointed executor with out Bond. Marriage licenses National How Seth mat Iii Cert i \ yr.4l.wi 9, m oui Sioux Ceu Tyi sir yur Iff Una a official cite county Apon marriage licenses this week in Sioux county Leroy Schwarz 25, Alton Judith Vandervegte 21, Orange City. Gary Lee Jungers 17, Hospers Cheryl a. Sauer 18, Sheldon. Dennis a. Wynia 20, Rock Valley Darla s. Mulder 18, Rock Valley. Curtis j. Nieuwsma 21, Strasburg n. A a Barbara f. Huenink 23, Ireton Kenneth j. Bloemendal 19, Sioux Center Donna fiber 18, Orange City. pm it Jtj i Sim it nth autos is Public enemy no. 1 of your valuable documents jewelry and securities. Protection in our Safe Deposit boxes is the lowest Cost fire insurance there is a Safe Deposit Box offers the Best possible Protection for your valuables. Only you can open it. For less than a Penny a Day you can prevent irreplaceable losses and enjoy Complete peace of mind. Fire prevention is the responsibility of everyone protecting your possessions from fire is Good judgment in action the unde awoke Bank helping is our business f first National Bank member Odic in Sioux Center Donald g. Jongerius Orange City Chevrolet

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