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Sioux Center News Newspaper Archives Sep 17 1975, Page 1

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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 17, 1975, Sioux Center, Iowa Property valuations upped in county 11 to 28 percent Sioux like All face a drastic boost in the taxable value of their business properties and the valuation of Farmland in the county will be increased 11 farm residences will be upped 28 Homes within corporate towns and cities will hiked 14 percent in All mercantile realty in the county will be in creased 25 in announcing the valuation increases on Fri state Revenue director Gerald Bair of Des Moines said he is required by state Law to 1 equalize the valuations of the various classes of property within the 99 Iowa counties every two and 1975 is a year of the purpose of the he is to ensure that All classes of property Are assessed at actual value As required by the valuation is determined largely by the going Price being paid for the new valuations apply in 1975 for taxes due the of 1976 and the first half of according to a notice released this week and published elsewhere in this Issue by county auditor Bertha does an increase in valuations mean Sioux count ians will be paying More taxes that will in on the needs of the various taxing if their Askings Are then taxes will be but not necessarily or even Likely to the same extent that valuation Are if there Are no approved increases in then the higher valuations will simply be offset by Jower milage and taxes will remain approximately the All notices of valuation increases Are reports hearings will be held Between sep tember 22 and october 16 to Point out any possible errors reflected in proposed percentage All final orders from the state Revenue directors office will be issued to county auditors by no later than october the Revenue director explained this week that because of inequities which May exist within local assessing some individual properties May be valued above actual value As a result of the equalization to Correct such local boards of review will be in session during the month of Bair cautioned that because the orders Are tentative and subject to property owners should wait until the final order of adjustment is published in local newspapers to determine if it affects their individual affected property owners May protest the adjustment to their assessments by filing an Appeal with the Board of review Between november 1 november director Bair noted that in some counties sub Stantial increases have been proposed Tural he explained two major reasons Tor such adjustments in a substantial number of assessor did not reassess agricultural realty for 1975 even though required to do so by Iowa Conse valuations in some of those counties have remained the same for at least two during the past two agricultural land values have increased As indicated by the of agriculture and Iowa state uni this increase is a reflection of both in creased farm income state wide and the trend toward higher prices paid for Farmland on the open 4vonde Sjaarda reelected to school Board i m Vande Garde was re to a 3year term As District ii director on the Board of education of the Sioux Center Community school september polling a total of 346 votes to 145 cast for his of Lois Public librarian Here for 9 1 reelected for a 3year in District was John Sjaarda of Rural he was without All voters of the District were ineligible to vote on the two x Holdover members of the Board Are Al Severt Van Berkel and Howard local voters also cast ballots sep continued on Back Page seek More in donations for local Community Center the final payment to the Sioux Center Community school District on the Purchase Price of the facilities which now compose the local Community Center is due october a final in donations must be raised by that time to accomplish the and let the Community Center move Forward debt free in a Broad program of Community it was announced this everyone who would like to re Spond to the wrap up needs of the Community Center is urged to leave his contribution at one of the local at the City clerks office or to mail it to Stan chairman of the Community Center finance Sioux Iowa Bicente Mal Community volume 82 number 38 september 1975 Corner motor will open for business september 22 top photoes at and Roger Dykstra Are pictured in the pro less of arranging automotive parts and accessories in the Large display room in their new building at the Corner of first Avenue Northwest and 9th Bottom photo Roger and de Are seen at the parts catalogue counter at Corner motor which will wholesale a Complete line of Auto motive parts and accessories As Well As offer special services in its Well equip Ped machine rites Ore held tuesday Arvin funeral services were held at first reformed Church at tues september for Arvin Schuite Farmer of two Miles East of Sioux who died at a Sioux City Hospital september a Brief services were conducted by the Jack Boerigter and burial was in memory gardens cemetery Here in the direction of memorial funeral 1 to Schuiteman was born near Center september attended the local High school and was in military service during the period he was married to Ellemina Kaemingk of Sioux Center on june the couple had Tince Farmed East of Sioux Schuiteman was a member of the focal vow survivors include the widow four Alan and and f All at Home his John Schuiteman of Center two Arthur of Sioux Center and Robert of Shel and three John Broek of Sioux Bernie Wilmina vant Hul of Shel and Norman Norma de Jong of Sioux centers newest business Corner motor begin operation on september co owners and de Dokter and Roger have the business occupies a Brand new 50 x 80 Cement Block and steel building located at the Corner of first Avenue Northwest and 9th North of the coast coast store and across the Street from Northside body the company will be a wholesaler of automotive parts and has a Well equipped machine shop that will specialize in car and tractor head re building engine Brake drum and disc Brake the shop is equipped with a Large chemical hot tank for cleaning and agitating has a new rotary broach machine for planing engine blocks and and a Large press for bearing the company will Deal in some special retail operating hours will be from to monday through and from to noon on 1975 Calendar off new car showings september 25showing of 1976 Pontiac and bricks at Van Velzen Pontiac 348 main october 2showing of 1976 Chevrolet at ver Hoef chevre 517 North main october 3showing of 1976 Fords and Mercury at Mouw motor North main october 16showing of 1976 Plymouth at Vos motor 1460 main sunday school rally is 2830 the annual fall inspirational rally of the Sioux land sunday school association will be held at the North Western College auditorium in Orange City at monday and september 29 and the featured group this year will continued on Back Page i see eat out 17 the Holland House Community eat out originally scheduled for september As a fund Raiser event for the Community has been rescheduled for september the Public has been advised by 1ke Holland House management id Casey Sleeker and Gary Imker that All proceeds from meals ild at the Holland House Between and 9 on september 17 go to the Community Mother Goose ploys to full House tonight the famous rhymes and tales of old Mother beloved by children of the world for Many take on a new Pace and rhythm at the Tepaske Little theatre in the new Junior senior High school building Here wednesday evening As a cast of 14 from the childrens theatre company in Minneapolis presents a totally Origi Nal production of Mother Goose before a full curtain time is the musical production is the first to be staged in the new Little theatre and therefore will offer local patrons their first Opportunity to experience the theatres staging and lighting qualities and the Comfort of its upholstered most expect it to rate Al on All All 518 seats had been sold As Early As last report members of the local mothers on the who conducted the Advance Sale of they report Many More tickets could have been sold had More seats been the production wednesday will be under the direction of Myron an associate director of the childrens theatre i he is a graduate of Marcel Marceau school in musical sets and costumes for the Mother Goose production Are by Steven the cast includes Ann Regan As Mother Goose Amy Buchwald As Little boy Blue Nancy Tom Barry Julie Powell and Sara Schimke As the people and characters of Mother Goose the orchestra is composed of Michael Kenfield on clarinet Dawn Lehman on piano Jon Locke on percussion and Susan Marvin on the company tour will also include Jeff Thomas As company several members of Sioux centers Community better ment committee Are pictured Here As they met thursday afternoon at the municipal building to discuss projects which Sioux Center will enter this year in the Iowa Community betterment a tort fart Wiroj Tefs for judging left to front Row Eileen Vander Bev Don Robert Van Paul Howard Beernink and Elmer com Mittee members absent when the picture was taken Merl Kredit and Stan Sioux Center in Community betterment Competition Sioux centers Community betterment chair maned by Elmer has again entered Sioux Center in the statewide Iowa Community betterment the entry was prompted by three important Community betterment projects which Sioux Center has undertaken during the year and has brought to these projects Are 1 acquisition of a new Dyna tech which specializes in the manufacture of Small electric motors and which is now building a new fac tory in the Northside Industrial Park her where groundbreaking Ceredo concert of gospel Musk Here on september 19 Doug nationally known gospel soloist of and the Speer also Well known gospel will present a 2hour concert of gospel music at the Dort College auditorium Here at 8 september tickets May be purchased in and Vance at Heusinkveld Bookstore Here at a savings of per the concert is sponsored by gospel Enterprise of Doug Oldham has been classified As one of americas favorite gospel continued on Back Page Nies will be held septem Ber 2 acquisition of the Aea 4 now located Here in the former High school building on North main an organization continued on Back Page mayor and 5 councilmen will seek reelection nomination petitions Are being circulated at the present line for mayor Mouw arid the live present members of the local City Council Ross John Willis Dale Den her Der and Melvin All Are seeking reelection to two Yeai the deadline for the filing of continued on Back Page Date 99 910 911 912 913 914 915 weather report High Low 82 87 87 63 70 72 68 55 60 48 35 35 43 52 0 0 0 0 0 0 total precipitation farm Bureau officers reelected newly reelected officers of the Sioux county farm Bureau Are front left to right Wilmer president Thuron vice president Owen Lloyd vant women chairman Lawrence Only new member of the executive who replaces Henry Moss As voting Delegate and Dean

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