Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on May 22, 1975 · Page 10
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, May 22, 1975
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Brownie Scouts The Brownies met on May 5. The meeting was called to order by Denise Schutter. 15 members were present. On May 19 we will have a picnic at the shelter house. The following committees were chosen: food- Linda Heyer, Denise Schutter, Barb Moore and Anne Erpeldingj games- Melanie Givens, Brenda Carlson, Beth Eden and Shirley Erpelding; servers- Jill Knudson, A CUT A ABOVE THE REST! Bonita Eden, Sharon Madscn and Tammy Kardoes; clean-up- Amy Bronson, Pam Peterson, Paula Harms and Wendy Bruns. Sharon made a motion to adjourn. We talked about kitchen ' utensils. We made our own treats, celery sticks stuffed with cheese or peanut butter, and graham cracker "sandwiches". —Brenda Carlson, reporter. Ifff TOPIC WANT ADS 5 HP Jet 4 HP Chain Drive 7 HP Rocket V You can't make your garden grow faster, but you can make your gardening go faster with an Ariens Power Tiller! 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A substantial Interest penalty is required for early withdrawal on all certificates. Branstad Reports to tne Eighth District Terry E. Branstad, Rep. On Monday ot last week the Iowa Supreme Court rulsd that the Governor had misused his item veto when he vetoed conditions, restrictions and limitations which the legislature had placed in several appropriation bills in 1973. I was one of the 27 legislators who filed the law suit challenging the Governor's use of the item veto. We did this at our own expense because of our belief that the legislature has a right to place reasonable limits on the spending of tax conditions and restrictions alone as items, for that would be affirmative legislation, whereas the Governor's veto power is strictly a negative power, not a creative power. " The governor still has the right to item veto parts of an appropriation bill without vetoing the entire bill. However, if he ve'.oes conditlo.u, restrictions and limitations on how a particular item is to be spent, he must also veto the money item istself, I think that this im- moiicy by the various departments portant Court decision will pro- agencies of governments. By the Governor's use of item veto, certain cwencics had received appropriations of tax money without any of the legislative restrictions oft how the money was to be used. The Iowa Supreme Court in its decision stated "the ite.n veto power does not contemplate striking out vent a grzat deal of conflict between the Governor and the legislature over die use of item veto power. At 10:00 p.m. last Thursday, the House voted to unseat Republican Rep. Lyle Stephens who was elected by 24 votes last November. After serving four months of this session, Mr. Allofa sudden your life gets complicated, right ? Not if The AID Man can help it. You don't mind tho little fender-bender nearly as much as all (lie mickey-mous'.! lhat follows. 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MKIIVICKM AID Insurance Company Allied Ufa Insurance Company AMCO Insurance Company Protection for your car, your home, your business, even your life Boyken Insurance Agency TITONKA, IOWA Stephens was removed by a vote of 53-44, Five Democrats joined 39 Republicans in voting against this action, which in my opinion, is the greatest injustice which has occurred in the time that I have served in the legislature. Because 43 residents.of health care facilities were mailed absentee ballots, their votes and the votes of 92 other persons who voted by absentee ballot were tiirown out. The majority of the House made a "political decision" to seat a member of their own party. The reason given for doing so was that the Plymouth County Auditor failed to have a Notary Public from each political party deliver the ballots to residents of health care facilities rather than mailing the ballots. There was no showing of any fraud or undue influence. In several other counties the Auditors mailed the ballots as was done in Plymouth County. The Auditor in Plymouth County did not comply with one paragraph of a now 100-page election law which made dozens of major changes and went into effect last year. His actions did not prevent anyone from voting and there was no allegation that any ineligible people voted by absentee ballot. Everyone agreed that Lyle Stephens was not guilty of any wrong doing. Yet 53 Democrat members of the Mouse voted to unseat him because the Plymouth County Auditor had failed Co strictly comply with a procedure for delivering absentee ballots. THE TITONKA TOPIC May 22, 1975 —Page?— A district Court judge in Polk County, the Iowa Secretary of State, and the Iowa Attorney General had all advised prior to last November's election that it was not essential to have all ballots going to health care facilities hand delivered by two notaries. They all said that the othar procedure of mailing ballots was also permissable. The voters of Plymouth County and Lyle Stephens were innocent victims of a very great Injustice. We enjoyed having the Juniors from the Swea City High School visit the Capitol last Thursday. We hope that every school in our district will be able to visit IK before the session is over. Acreage Survey To Be Conducted In Iowa The Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service will conduct a major acreage mail survey May 27 through June 6. More than 18,000 farmers, including every county in Iowa, will receive a questionnaire regarding their 1975 crop acreage. This information will be used to develop reliable State and National crop estimates available to all those concerned with today's agriculture. Results of this survey will be released June 30. Gef a load of extra profit Get a load of extra profit at Farmers Co-op Elevator with a load of CO-OP Swine Feed. 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