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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaOnly a 300 store buying Power brings these savings to Vou Bosch s clothing once a year savings warm & rugged men s & Sale oct. 31 men s laminated hooded sweat Shi Falls regulars$095 $095 8 coat has zip front Holt cuff pitch Rte tuls concealed Hood and Nylon lined with it ounce Dacron feb Kcf my ii. Machine washable Navy Forest Green beige electric Blue or Orange. Our exclusive "allied1 Label assures you of Quality and value mens leather dress gloves 10% off All mens sweaters & turtlenecks 10% off one group Long sleeve shirts v2 Price All weather Coats & top Coats 10% off with Purchase of suit or sport outfit your Choice of shirt or tie & Belt free chore gloves 1 pair free with Purchase of dozen bandannas 4 f o r 1 2 4 table of casual Slacks flare Bottoms Only 488 . Sen. Dick Clark reports commodity regulation Reform completed Sioux county Farmers for Mayne committee members Are announced Kne in Urban c2an.-na la Wanda. Congress has now completed work on legislation to Reform Federal Regula Tion of the nation s commodity Mark ets and the legislation is a sound a Cal element. I worked closely with it and i can assure that it in t one of those Regula tory efforts which merely safeguards the interests of the Industry under regulation. This legislation was intended from the beginning to protect the Many individuals affected by commodity Trad ing Farmers. Investors and Consumers alike arid the Reform plan that was finally adopted will definitely accomplish that goal. It s no secret that this kind of projection has been woefully lacking in the past. The old regulatory setup a Small relatively powerless office inside the department of agriculture operating under an outmoded Patchwork of Rule and procedures just was t equal to the task. Many people feel for example that recent shortages and Price distortions in the Grain and livestock markets have been caused at least in part by Urr detected Market manipulations. The most i important feat ure. Of Lam new legislation is its creation of a fully Independent full time commod Ity futures trading commission. The commission will have both the authority and the tools to prevent Price manipulations and trading abuses in addition it will also have emergency Powers to take the Steps necessary to stabilize the futures markets in Emer gency situations such As the panic that resulted from tha 1972 russian Grain Sale. A further Power of the commission is of special interest to Farmers the legislation will let the commission establish them themselves. All in All this new legislation will go a Long Way towards improving the dependability and efficiency of the nation s commodity markets and help restore the Public Confidence which these markets need so badly. Bernard Vermeer chairman of the Sioux county Farmers for Mayne and a member of the congressman s farm advisory committee has an bounced the organization of the Sioux county Farmers for Mayne commit in addition to Bernard Vermeer. V r r. Mers for Mayne committee consists of the following members Wayne Dykshoorn Ireton Virgil Houtkooper Hull Eugene a vend Ink Lemars George Rehder Hawarden Wilmer Rensink Sioux Center Elrich ver Meer Sioux Center Roger punt Mau Rice Morris c. Nettinga Hull Bernard Schlumbohm a War den Lawrence Groen. Sioux Center Clarence Boole Hull Henry Moss Hull Albert l. Win ter Boyden Marvin Van t Hul boy den Melvin list Granville Lloyd Gayer Rock Valley Russell Tooren bos Floyden George h. Van beek Rock Valley Glen de Jong Hospers. Organized since 1966. The con Gressman s farm advisory committee consisting of the Farmers for Mayne committee chairman from each of the s 22 counties and head to a District farm chairman. Larry Palmer keep congressman re 0 agriculture problems needs within the sixth Congress i District. Add tonally each member of the county Farmers for Mayne committee Are invited to pass along farm oriented information which helps congressman Mayne decisions and recommendations on the vital House Agri culture committee. It is in this manner. Congressman Mayne feels that Northwest Iowa Farmers receive the Best possible re presentation on issues essential to their livelihoods. Ler Minn. Or. And mrs. Tom Fleer in and family from lbs Molnes spent the weak end Here with her parents or. And mrs. Bud de Boer. Sandra daughter of or. And mrs. Cornie Jansen is a medical patient in st. Luke s Hospital Sioux City. Andy Van Bochove continues to show improvement in Sioux Valley Hospital Sioux Falls. He was seriously injured. In a fall from the silo a Lew weeks ago. Wednesday october 23. 1974 the Sioux Center news Page 3 or. And mrs. Junior Onoyama and children and mrs. Garret Leusink and family were sunday evening guests of the Hans Van Voorst. Billy son of or. And mrs. We. Alleger had knee surgery wednesday in Sioux Valley Hospital Sioux Falls. Mrs. Plebe de Vries had surgery Fri Day up st Mary s Hospital Rochester. Minn., for an infection in her Back which has kept her hospitalized for several weeks. Local news believe arson involved in series of five recent Firos in Rock Valley area state fire agent Jerry Corbet be fives arson was involved in five fires that have occurred recently in the Rock Valley area. The fifth of the series of blazes occurred Early thurs Day morning at the Tom Vander Bosch farm one half mile South of Rock Valley where the loss was a Hay stack a Flat rack loaded with Straw an empty Flat rack and a John Deere Model b tractor. A Home under construction near Rock Valley was totally destroyed last month and another unoccupied House was gutted in Rock Valley. Two garages were destroyed by fire on the night of october 10. Corbet stated that the arsonists have left obvious indications of arson. Or. And mrs. Arlin j. and two children. Beth and Matthew from Tucker. Georgia Are spending a week Here with his Mother mrs. Tracy buy Ert and family. The previous week they spent with her parents pastor and mrs. Schmidt new Ulm. Minn. Attention special Leaf pickup at no extra charge to you sat., oct. 26 starting at 8 . Leaves Only no other trash month h Editk ii i a Iraik i Brommer sanitation or. And mrs. Edwin Sullivan left wednesday to return Home to Engle Wood. Calif., following a weeks visit with relatives and friends in he area. Mrs. Sullivan is the former Nell Wasse Naar who made her Home Here Many years ago. They were House guests of Gertrude Rozeboom mrs. John Sneller and mrs. We. Brantsen visited their brother we. Dykshorn in Hawarden thursday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Neal Vogelaar from Escondido calif., who Are visiting in the area for a few weeks spent thurs Day and Friday with or. And mrs. Martin Kuiken. The women Are Sisters coming with them were or. And mrs. Henry brinks from Bellflower Calif who Are staying with mrs. Jake brinks in Maurice. Andrew Vermeer has returned Home from the veterans Hospital Sioux Falls where he had undergone major surgery. Or. And mrs. Nieuwsma from Hull n. D., spent the week end with the Eddie Nieuwsma family. They came to attend the wedding of Curtiss Nieuwsma from Hull. . And bar Bara Heunink from Hawarden Friday evening in the Christian reformed Church of Hawarden. Also Here for the wedding was mrs. Nieuwsma s Sis ter and husband or. And mrs. Sturg Vanvugt from Marshall Minn Rev. And mrs. We lev Vermeer and three sons from Hollandale Minn., were thursday dinner guests of her Mother mrs John g. Schui Ternan. A missionary group meeting of the Dorcas Circle of the first reformed Church was held Friday afternoon in the Home of mrs. Henry Vanroekel mrs. Vanroekel entertained for her Mother mrs. Art Franker. Mrs. Harm Holleman from grand rapids mich., is spending a few Days visiting family and friends in the area and is a House guest of or. And mrs. Joe Vanroekel. Rev. B. J. Haan left for Chicago iii., wednesday to attend a College bus iness meet ing and then went on to grand rapids mich., to join mrs. Haan and mrs Elton Haan who had gone to attend a wedding. Or. And mrs. Jim Hollander returned thursday evening from a three weeks visit with the John Hollander family in Lynden Wash. Bill Moerman underwent surgery monday in Sioux Valley Hospital Sioux Falls. Or. And mrs. Arvin Prinsen and chit Dren attended a cousins party in win Dom Minn., Friday evening. They spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Tom Prinsen. In Chand i a concert for the a Mil y featuring nationally known Randy Matthews & Petra 7 . To Midnight monday november 11 Northwestern auditorium Orange City Iowa Advance ticket Price $2.so at door $3.00 for More information Call 7 2 737-21 of. Sponsored by the Coffee Bam and program Board of area youth drawing Sioux Center thursday oct. 17 Notts drawl will by Ami iced at 5 30 in All participating plows names drawn from 15 Telephone lists of n. W. Iowa you must be present to win stores open to 9 . Thursdays
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