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4-AIgena (Iq.) Upper Dei Molnw Thurtday, Auguit 3, 1967 Thursday, August 3, 1967 Algeria (la.) Upper De* Maine*-5 immmimiiimiiiiiiiinwimiiinmiimmiimi LOCALS iiiHiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiin MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen had as guest a week their grandson, Bret, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippen of Storm Lake, who came to get him recently. MR. AND MRS. Don Mertz and granddaughter, Linda Alderson of Grand Island, Nebr., have been guests of Mrs. Mertz's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen. MR. AND MRS. Vic Frlderes have been visited by the latter 1 s brothers and sister-in-law, Otis McKee, Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKee, Ft. Worth, Tex. While here a family picnic was held at Clear Lake. Mrs. Delia McKee, mother of the men and Mrs. Frideres, was also present. Mr. and Mrs. Frideres were at Lincoln, Nebr. attending to some business in connection with the entrance at Nettleton Institute, Columbus, Nebr. , where their son Wayne will enroll. MR. AND MRS. Oran Hudson spent as much time as possible at Fenton with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson. The former has recently been at Iowa City for observation and treatments. •IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIMIIMIIIIIIl I Lega liiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiMiiiHiiiiiiiiiniiifiiiiiffiiiiiiiiii SENATE FILE 537 AN ACT TO PROTECT THE RIGHT OF CITIZENS TO EXAMINE PUBLIC RECORDS AND MAKE COPIES THEREOF. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA : Section 1. Wherever used in this Act, "public records" Includes all records and documents of or belonging to this state or any county, city, town, township, school corporation, political subdivision, or tax- supported district in this state, or any branch, department, board, bureau, commission, council, or committee of -any of the for$gq.ing. "Section 2. Every citizen oflpwa shall have the right to examine all public records and to copy such records, and the news media may publish such records, unless some other provision of the Code expressly limits such right or requires such records to be kept secret or confidential. The right to copy records shall include the right to make photographs or photographic copies while the records are in the possession of the lawful custodian of the records. All rights under this section are in addition to the right to obtain certified copies of such records under section six hundred twenty-two point forty-six (622.46) of the Code. Section 3. Such examination and copying shall be done under the supervision of the lawful custodian of the records or his authorized deputy. The lawful custodian may adopt and enforce reasonable rules and regulations regarding such work and the protection of the records against damage or disorganization. The lawful custodian shall provide a suitable place for such work, but if it is impracticable to do such work in the office of the lawful custodian, the person desiring to examine or copy shall pay any necessary expenses of providing a place for such work. All expenses of such work shall be paid by the person desiring to examine or copy. The lawful custodian may charge a reasonable fee for the services of the lawful custodian or his authorized deputy in supervising the records during such work. Section 4. The rights of citizens under this Act may be exercised at any time during the customary office hours of the lawful custodian of the records. However, if the lawful custodian does not have customary office hours of at least thirty (30) hours per week, such right may be exercised at any time from nine (9) o'clock a. m. to noon and from one (1) o'clock p. m. to four (4) o'clock p. m. Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays, unless the citizen exercising such right and the lawful custodian agree on a different time. Section 5. The provisions of this Act and all rights of citizens under this Act may be enforced by mandamus or injunction, whether or not any other remedy is also available. Section 6. It shall be unlawful for any person to deny or refuse any citizen of Iowa any right under this Act, or to cause any such right to be denied or refused. Any person knowingly violating or attempting to violate any provision of this Act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine or not more than one hundred (100) dollars. Section 7. The following public records shall be kent confidential, unless otherwise ordered by a court, by the lawful custodian of the records, or by another person duly authorized •to release information: 1. Personal Information in records regarding a student, prospective student, or former student of the school corporation or educational institution maintaining such records. 2. Hospital records and medical records of the condition, diagnosis, care, or treatment of a patient or former patient, including outpatient. 3. Trade secrets which are recognized and protected as such by law. 4. Records which represent and constitute the work product of an attorney, which are related to litigation or claim made by or against a public body. 5. Peace officers investigative reports, except where disclosure is authorized elsewhere in this Code. 6. Reports to governmental agencies which, if released, would give advantage to competitors and serve no public purpose. 7. Appraisals or appraisal information concerning the purchase of real or personal property for public purposes, prior to public announcement of a project. 8. Iowa development commission information on an industrial prospect with which the commission is currently negotiating. 9. Criminal identification files of law enforcement agencies. However, records of current and prior arrests shall be public records. 10. Personal information in confidential personnel records of the military department of the state. 11. Personal information in confidential personnel records of public bodies including but not limited to cities, towns, boards of supervisors and school districts. Section 8. In accordance with the rules of civil procedure the district court may grant an Injunction restraining the examination (including copying) of a specific public record, if the petition supported ,by.Maffidavit w, shows and if the court finds that such examination would clearly not be in the public Interest and would substantially and irreparably Injure any person or persons. The district court shall take into account the policy of this Act that free and open examination of public records Is generally in the public interest, even though such examination may cause inconvenience or embarrassment to public officials or others. Such injunction shall be subject to the rules of civil procedure except that the court in its discretion may waive bond. Reasonable delay by any person in permitting the examination of a record in order to seek an injunction under this section is not a violation of this Act, if such person believes in good faith that he Is entitled to an injunction restraining the examination of such record. Section 9. Section ninety-one point thirteen (01.13), Code 1966, is hereby repealed. Section 10. Section four hundred twenty-two point sixty-five (422.65), Code 1966, is amended by adding the following new sentence at the end of subsection one (1): "This subsection shall prevail over the provisions of any general law of this state relating to public records." Section 11. If it is determined that any provision of this Act would cause the denial of funds, services or essential information from the United States government which would otherwise definitely be available to an agency of this state, such provision shall be suspended as to such agency, but only to the extent necessary to prevent denial of such funds, services, or essential Information. Section 12. This Act, being deemed of immediate Importance, shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication in The Algona Upper Des Moines, a newspaper published at Algona, Iowa, and in the Independence Conservative, a newspaper published at Independence, Iowa. /S/ROBERT D.FULTON President of the Senate /S/MAURICE E. BARINGER Speaker of the House I hereby certify that this bill originated In the Senate and is known as Senate File 537, Sixty- second General Assembly. /S/ AL MEACHAM Secretary of the Senate Approved July 28, 1967 /S/ HAROLD E. HUGHES Governor (Published InTheAlgona(Iowa) Upper Dea Moines August 3,1967) PEACHY NESTLE'S HI-C ORANGE DRINK QUIK 1 LB. BOX CHOCOLATE OR STRAWBERRY HOOD'S SUPERVALU 46 oz. can N SUPER VALU CAKE MIXES AND Frosting Mixe FOR ALL VARIETIES ROBIN HOOD SACK ig»M93am«39Kg^^ GOOD VALUE PEANUT BUTTER 3 LB. 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CAN LEMONADE SUPER VALU SALTINE 1 JESSE'S HICKORY - SMOKED RING |BOLOGNA HOMEMADE* I GUS GLASER | BOILED HAM PKG: 1 CHOPPED 1 HAM ;• 1 C I SOFT IMPERIAL (MARGARINE " | WISCONSIN OLE N SHARPE (CHEESE '* LBBOX i Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday CRACKERS GOOD VALUE FRENCH FRIED POTATOES 2 LB. BAG FOR I SILVER JUBILEE! SUPER VWIU SUPER VALU kl942-19B7d ALGONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET ! AROUND ALGONA By RUTH SHffiRK MR. AND MRS. Donald Ferris and sons will spend this weekend in Keokuk where thsy will attend the wedding of Mr. Ferris' nephew, Tom Enderle, Saturday. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet •..«"•* • last week attended a convention of National Guardian Life Underwriters at Pheasant Run, HI. En- route to Illinois, they visited overnight with Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dewel and family at Baraboo, Wis. Bruce Sundet was groomsman at the wedding of a classmate at Lockport, HI. where he spent last weekend. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet were her sister, Mrs. Alfred Lemke of Atlantic and her mother, Mrs. Anna Longseth of Ottosen. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds is her nephew, Mark Weisbrod of Denver, Colo., who arrived last week. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Weisbrod, will arrive Aug. 12 and will spend their vacation with the Dodds family. GUESTS SUNDAY of Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds were Dr. and Mrs. M.J. McGovern and family of Lattimer. Dr. McGovern is a nephew of Mrs. Dodds. Other guests during the week were Mrs. Don Ryan and family of Orange, Texas. Also Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Cunningham, who were enroute from Austin, Texas to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Cunningham, the former Alice Kresensky and daughter of Mrs. Claris Kresensky, is a niece of Mrs. Dodds. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker spent several days last week in Kenosha, Wis. where they visited her mother, Mrs. W.W. Senne. A REUNION of the Blinkman family was held Sunday at the home of Walter Blinkman on Lake Ingham. There were 50 in attendance. Attending from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark, Mr. and Mrs. William Foth,-Mrs.- John Foth and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey and their children. The day was spent in boating, horseback riding and '•-swimming."'• 1; ' v ' : '-"' l; ' •• MR. AND MRS. Jim Shipler and Sheila will arrive Tuesday from their home" in CalUor.aa for a two week visit with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Schipler, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey. SUTIRA SOIPET, foreign exchange student, who spent most of the last school year with Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds, telephoned them Sunday evening. She will leave tomorrow (Friday) for her home in Thailand. She will travel to Bangkok by plane and will be met there by an uncle and aunt who will take her to her home. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Kent last week were his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gage Kent, Muscatine. They left Sunday after the week's visit. MRS. JOHN FOTH returned from University Hospitals in Iowa City last week after spending two weeks there having tests and checkups. She will return to the hospital Aug. 21 for further checks and tests. JAMES DODDS and Scott and nephew, Ted Greinert, Fenton, spent three days last week fishing near Alexandria, Minn. MARK HAGGART, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart of Omaha, is spending this week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes. Jeffrey Hayes and David Haggart are spending the week with their grandmother, Mrs. Melvin Bourne, at the Bourne summer home at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Haggart are spending the week in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and children spent from July 15-21 on a vacation trip to the Black Hills. Mr. Hayes returned to Algona last week, while his wile and children remained at the Bourne summer home at the lake with Mrs. Haggart and children. The two ladies are sisters. JOELLEN MILDER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Milder and a 1966-graduate__of St. Teresa's College at Winona, Minn., has accepted a position with the American Cancer Society as a medical social worker. She smarted this type of work June 19 after working for one year as a lay volunteer, serving St. Catherine's Parish at Del Rey, Cal. 'Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll LOCALS iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii MR. AND MRS. Fred Erickson were recently at Dows visiting the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kreitlow. MR. AND MRS. Erwin Wiltgen went to Garner Sunday where they visited the latter's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schmidt. Mr. Wiltgen took his father-in-law, L. S. Koppen, to Mason City where he receives therapy at Mercy hospital at intervals of several days. MR. AND MRS. Dick Post, Bob, Rick and Rex and Mrs. Elizabeth Post spent Sunday at Okoboji at the cottage of Mrs. Lloyd Scott, Topeka, Kans. There they met Mr. and Mrs. Bob Post and family, Denver, Colo. Bob could remain there but a few days, but his family will stay for a longer time. They brought a boat from Denver for family use. Mrs. Scott is Mrs. Bob Post* s mother. MR. AND MRS. Harold Jergeu- son have returned to their home at Aurora, Colo., having concluded a two week vacation with Mrs. Jergenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Merryman, and other relatives and friends. Mr. Jergenson's mother andhasband, Mr. and Mrs. Shurek, now live in Denver and she has found the climate most beneficial and is free of the asthma which she suffered in the midwest. MR. AND MRS. Duane Riley and Dave had as guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Russell Meeker, Waterloo. Mrs. Meeker and Duane are cousins. Sunday dinner guests of the Rileys and Mrs. Riley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Humboldt, at their cottage on West Okoboji, were Mr. and Mrs. Meeker, Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith and daughters, and Arlie Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. William Funk. MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and the Floyd Hutzells' sons, Steve and Mark, attended a family reunion Sunday at Ankeuy. WILLIE STEINMAN has completed his two years of service and has been in Viet Nam. He is now home with his mother, Mrs. Tillie Steinman, and his future plans are indefinite. MR. AND MRS. Clyde Lloyd and family have returned from a vacation at Denver, Colo., and points near there. MRS. DELLA McKEE and a friend have returned from a ten day vacation at Duluth, Minn. The women made the trip via auto. MRS. CHARLES SCHAEFFER went to Mason City Saturday and brought home the daughter, Arlene, who had been in the hospital there for three weeks. She suffered a broken pelvic bone in an accident and will return to the hospital Aug. 11 for a check-up. MRS. CELIA DEAL is being visited by her grandchildren, Becky, Lucy, Larry and Timmy of Des Moines, who were brought here Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Al Coleman. They will be here at least a week, possibly two. MR. AND MRS. John Thul and family, Phoenix, Ariz., came July 15 by plane for a visit with family and friends. Mrs. Thul is the former Susan Weydert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Weydert. They returned to their home July 25. MR. AND MRS. Fred Geigel have been visited by Mrs. Ruth Hackman, Radford, Va., and Mrs. Hackman's son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Norman Harris and his wife, Dr. Johanna Harris, Nashville, Tenn., and Martha and Norman Stewart 01. Both Drs. Harris are M.D.'s and received their degrees from the University of Virginia. Dr. Johanna Harris heads the Head Start program in Nashville and Dr. Norman Harris plans to enter Vander- bllt University for three years of internal medicine. They left for home Thursday. MR. AND MRS. Ira Bonnette and Mrs. Bertha Dettman received word Tuesday morning of the death at Iowa City of Ruth, Mrs. Gene Heerdt, 27, Burt, who had been hospitalized several weeks. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske of Burt and was a granddaughter of the Bomiettes.

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