Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on July 3, 1975 · Page 9
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Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa · Page 9

Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, July 3, 1975
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t ~~ ^\_X' DISHWASHER TRASH COMPACTOR Win a KitchenAid Custom built-in or a Regency portable dishwasher with big capacity racks, Flo-Thru Drying, and premium porcelain enamel interior. Or a trash-taming KitchenAid compactor with its exclusive Litter Bin® REGISTER NOW. NO OBLIGATION. l.To register, visit a participating KitchenAid dealer or mail in your name, complete address and phone number on a 3" x 5" card labeled "Entry Form - KitchenAid Sweepstakes." 2.A total of one KitchenAid product will be awarded in this distributing area. Your chances of winning will be determined by the number of people registering. Winners will be selected at random by the KitchenAid distributor. S.Winners need not be present for the drawing. All pn;es will be awarded. KCS-100 4.AII entries must be received by 5 p.m. on Sa' irday. August 30,1975. Drawing will be held on ur before September 16,1975 5.Members of participating dealers, their advertising agencies, and any of their employees and families are not eligible. 6.Delivery, installation,federal, state and local taxes are not included. 7. This promotion is void where prohibited by law. KDR-67 EVERY KITCHENAID BUYER IS A WINNER. Ask any KitchenAid owner. And if you're not completely satisfied with your compactor purchase within 30 days, we'll refund your purchase price. CUSTOMER APPRECIATION BONUS ... Whon you poictiaw any KHehenAW appliance, wa'll tjivo you a certificate that will save you money on «ny oth»f KltefwnAfd appHanca you buy beloto OecwOer 31, 1975. •-.•"".' *200FF $ K>OFF ON ANY KITCHENAID DISHWASHER OR TRASH COMPACTOR ON ANY KITCHENAID DISPOSER OR HOT-WATER DISPENSER YOU'LL UKE THEM ALL! KitchenAid. Built better. Not cheaper. Ask any KitchenAid owner. Then see us. TITONKA, IOWA Happenings . On the Hill by Senator Berl E. Priebe The last night of any session is always hectic. I had hoped this year would be different, but it wasn't. Naturally I was disappointed in the night sessions. We passed the Senate version of the tax bill which changes some of the rates, especially in the lower income brackets and also in the upper brackets. Most Democrats supported this version; most Republicans opposed it. Actually this version is very similar to the version the Governor proposed. However, it had bipartisan support. I will be more than happy to explain the difference in the House version, the Senate version, and the Governor's version. When we deduct the Iowa income tax from the Federal, most people will be surprised at the small amount of change. One thing the Home version offered was a simple post card return. However, I felt this version was too progressive in some of the brackets. Otherwise I could have supported it. The so-called "Capitals Bill" is another tough bill. I am happy we took up most of the appropriation bills in the day sessions rather than at night as in other years. We passed the Corporate Farm Bill which is pretty much a reporting bill. We improved IPERS, which is the first time real progress has been made in this area since I have been in the Legislature. The malpractice insurance bill was a necessary one. The motorcycle helmet bill was a bill the Federal government mandated we pass. The packer bonding bill will help some but it certainly is not the complete answer. The railroad branch line improvement bill is definitely of some help. The county-city assistance fund is a good bill which aids counties and cities with financing. One of the bills which many people in my area opposed was the three factor formula which never did come up for debate. Also, the sludded snow tiro bill anil the bill to sell wine in grocery stores won- not debated. As I stated last \veek, I \\ill prepare a resume of the-bills in the near future. Tin- local newspapers do a real service to me and th_! readers in carrying these newsletters. Again, a Ing thanks to these people. ^ Branstad Reports] to tfte Eighth District Terry E. Branstad, Rep. THE TITONKA TOPIC July 3, 1975 — Page 3 — The income tax bill, which had been the source of 4. major dispute between House and Senate Democrats and had caused the session to be extended for several weeks beyond the originally planned adjournment date, was finally approved after the House members caved in and accepted the Senate bill without any changes. The corporate farm bill was approved after the conference committee agreed on a bill which requires corporations involved in agriculture to report on their farm holdings and prohibits packing companies and food processors from owning cattle feeding operations. I supported this bill which was far better than either the original House or Senate versions. Also passed in the last week was a bill to impose a surtax on Iowa Employers in 1976. This tax increase will hit every employer in Iowa regardless of what his rating is and whether or not he has laid off anyone in recent years. I think it was wrong to increase unemployment benefits and place additional burdens on Iowa businesses during a time when the economy has already made it difficult to make a profit. 1 was disappointed that we were not able to get any action on bills to prevent gigantic property tax increases which are imminent because of dramatic increases in property valuations. We made several attempts to hold increases down to six percent or less and to change the capitali/ation rate on farm real estate, but all our efforts proved to no avail as amendment after amendment was ruled out of order or voted down. I really think that more people are concerned about the inequities in the property tax than in the Iowa Income Tax. , After a marathon session that lasted for more than 24 hours straight, the Iowa House of Representatives finally adjourned for tliis year at about 10:00 a. m. on Friday, June 20. The Senate adjourned several hours later on Friday afternoon. Both the I louse and the Senate broke their previous records for the longest consecutive hours in session. House rules forbid working past 10; 00 p. m. any evening, but the Democrat leadership hail the votes to suspend the rules and keep us in session all night. 1 have always objected to these long hours as everyone is so tired and it is difficult '.o give important legislation the serious consideration that it needs under these circumstances. The last week of the session saw the passage of several important bills which had been tied up in conference committees. On Deans List PKLLA: Stephen Janssen, son of Rev. and Mrs. John Janssen of Titonka, has been named to the Central College Dean's List for the spring term. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must earn a grade point a/eragc of at least 3.5 on a 4,0 scale, and must carry a full schedule of three courses during the 10-week term. Midway Was Busy ( i i i i> i i i i i i i ( i i i i i i i i i X** «r Marching Bands The midway crowd was a little sparce during the afternoon, but by evening, everyone was being kept busy on Hie finest midway ever to be in Titonka. 1975 Indian Day Celebration Hitting the Target € C C C e c c c c e c c c c c ( i < Parade Crowd > \ Bands were not too numerous, but those present did an outstanding job. Pictured is the Algona Middle School Marching Band as they "did their thing". It wasn't • day for target lumping, but this member of the Forest City Skydiving Club came down on target on the 50 yard line at the local football field following an exciting jumping exhbition. Part of the huge crowd that watched the 48 units In the 1975 Indian Day Parade as they prepare to leave following the activity Wednesday morning.

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