The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 19
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Congressman Goad's Comments toh Ffem Iowa Rapdrtt On LEGf§LAf ION This week, the big item cut in the Administration's budget for 1958 was the $500,000,000 appropriation for the Soil Bank program. • It was in the best interests of the people of the Sixth District that 1 voted in opposition to this cut. Without funds with which to operate, the Soil Bank program was in effect cancelled for the 1958 crop by the House action. However, this cut does not have any effect on the Soil Bank agreements now in effect for the 1957 crop and, of course, the Senate must also act on this appropriation bill before it becomes law. Two main reasons. which were set forth by those who favored this amendment, were: 1. The recent admission by the Secretary of Agriculture Benson that the present farm program, including flexible supports and the Soil Bank, is not working, and 2. The great pressure from the American people to hold the line on spending. The present farm program, in my opinion, is not the answer to the cost-price squeeze which is so evident % all of rural America. However, killing the Soil Bank program by strangulation (choking off the funds by which it operates) is not the answer. Another, amendment to the Agriculture's appropriation bill was" one designed to take out entirely loan authorization provisions of the Rural Electrification Administration. This amendment was rejected and I helped to defeat it. * » * COMMITTEE MEETINGS The Committee on Banking and Currency continued hearings on extension of the Small Bus! ness Act, as amended. Wendell Barnes, Administrator, Small Business Administration, is pre sently up loaf questioning by members of the Committee. Due to the press of my committee work, 3t was unable to attend the Fedef-al Power Commission's heariifg last Wednesday, and because I fe3t that Iowa coffl- munities seeking natural gas set* vice should be heard, I sent the following telegram to Mr Jerome K. Kuykendall, Chairman, Federal Power Commission: "1 solicit your favorable consideration of request cf the many Iowa communities seeking natural gas service. This extension of service will be most welcome and beneficial to our Iowa people." • * * Statistic* OA Cdtn Acreage The tTnited States total indicated acres planted to sorghums for 195? is 26,4^0,000 acres or nearly 5 million acres more than the 1956 plantings of 21,503,000 acres. United States totals for corn acres indicate 74,410,000 acres to be planted this year, which is nearly 4 million acres less than the 78,557,000 acres planted in 1956. These are Department of Agriculture statistics. Your Congressman Merwin Coad 3 Collisions In County, 4 Days Three mishaps were investigated in this area during the May 12 weekend. Latest was a two-car collision on east State street in Algona, which involved vehicles driven by Dolores W. Roethler and Leona M. Shell, both of Algona. Mrs Roethler's auto was hit from behind after she had backed away from the curb by the Shell vehicle, which was headed east; Damage was slight, amounting to $10 on the Roethler car and $67 to the other. Policeman Ray Krebs investigated the crash which occurred at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, May 14. James A. McDonald, 24, Fort Dodge postal clerk, escaped serious injury at 8 p.m. Sunday when the auto he was driving crashed into a ditch on highway GALLONS AND GALLONS OF HOT WATER AT LOWEST COST With n 'JOHN WOOD' Gas Water Heater This is the time of the year you will need hot water more than ever. And your hot water worries are over when you have a JOHN WOOD GAS WATER HEATER installed in your home. Hot water seconds after you turn it on . . . and it costs only a few cents a week to buy. Let us show you several models on display now in our show* room. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON YOUR GAS BILL NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY DIM CYpre»$ 4-2484 169 north of Lakots. The auto was headed north at the time. McDonald evidently lost control, went into the ditch oft the west and rolled over, the vehicle landing on its wheels. Two posts and some fence, Downed by Richard Stefcnhafd, were damaged to the extent* of $20, while the McDonald car suffered $800 damage, according to Deputy Don Wood, who investigated. McDonald was treated for his injuries at Estherville. Cars driven by Milford E. Adams and Quentin A. Bjustrom, both of Burt, collided at 11:05 a.m. Saturday in Burt when the Bjustrom auto backed out from the curb. There was no damage to the Bjustrom car, while damage amounted to $100 on the other vehicle. Patrolman Dale Me- Bride investigated the mishap. Boy, 11, Out Of Hospital Here Tfwrtday, May 2S, (la.) Upper B« Motnti-4 tended several feet at the bottom of the ditch. Eleven-year-old Don Hutchison, son of an Algona policeman, was released Tuesday, May 14, from St. Ann hospital where he had been a patient since Sunday night. He suffered a badly cut lip, slight concussion and possible back injuries when he fell 10 feet into a storm sewer ditch just west of the Star Skating Rink. He was leaving the rink when he fell into the ditch which was 10 feet deep and about the same width. A flare was located in front of the ditch but gave only partial illumination to the hole. He stepped into the hole and it is believed he struck his head on an end of the sewer which ex-it. 25th Anniversary At Livermore Immanuel Lutheran ch urch (Missouri synod) at Liverworts, with the Rev. Donald Heck 88 pastor, celebrated its 25th aft- niversary last Sunday, May 19. Rev. Walter Schlie of Belle Plaine, Iowa, a fofitter pastor, delivered the 10 o'clock morft* ing service and the ftev. Clifford Larson of Barnes, Kan., son of Mr and Mrs Herman Larson of Liyermore, will speak at 2r30. The noon day dinner was uhdfir the direction of the Ladies' Aid society. • * Rev. Schlie was the first reel* dent pastor and was installed on Aug. 21, 1932, by the Rev» Louis Wittenburg of LuVeffie. Services were then held in the 'old church' which was lotfated in the north part of town.; The Rev. Gerhard M. tSchaefef of Odebolt was the pastor during the depression years. and, thte Rev, W. H. Mueller of Fra*eeJ Minn., was installed on June ?,. 1042. It was during the time (Hat the Rev. O. William Lue<Jkt* nbW at Fort Dodge, served as pastor that the new church was built and dedicated. He left June 26, 195S. The present pastor, Rev. Heck Was installed Sept. 9, 1956. SW!£ fi .oEJESite.-.- .TIoNl COW. po^cip^^j^tftfc^to! City t Alfona. HaTl in FOUND Four years' ago, Larry Leisener lost his-billfold in a field on the Harry Eversull Jarm near Stuart. Last week, Johft'Donttellv^Jtound ' ' ,i [cipal ;et at .... on the 17th MDJ ^ .'!£'• at J" :0 °, °' tlo <* P-M.. at wmcn time and place the said Board of Trustees will consider the adoption °f plans, specifications, and proposed form of contract for the furnishing and construction of Improvements to the Existing Municipal Electric Light and Power System of said City, which are now on file In the office Of the Secretary of the Board. At said meet- Ing the Board of Trustees will consider any objections to said plans, specifications, and proposed form of contract. At said meeting the said Board of Trustees will also receive bids for the furnishing and construction of one Section of said Improvements which is In general as follows: Section 5 — Distribution System Construction: Consisting partially of the construction of sections of new distribution line, and partially of the reconstruction of certain existing lines, the total amount being approximately 1 miles of line, Also incjuded is the removal of small portions and other rninor modifications of the existing, lines, Said plans and specifications and form of contract may Be examined in the office of the secretary of the Board and copies may be obtained from Buell and Winter, Engineers, Insurance Exchange Building, Sioux City, Iowa, by making a deposit of $30.00, all of which will be refunded to all bona-flde -bidders, provided the said plans and specifications are re» turned within thirty (30) days after the date of hearing, and not otherwise. ••-•••• „' Bids shall be made on blank forma furnished by the Engineers and must be accompanied lh>,A separate envelope by a check certified by a respon*. sfblfe bonk satisfactory to the Board' of Trustees, and payable to the Board of Trustees, At<?on,i, towa, fn an amount not loss thnn five per cent of the amount of bid, as security that the bidder, if his bid is accepted will enter into contract in accordance therewith and will furnish a performance bond in the full amount of the contract price. No bidder may withdraw a proposal within thirty (30) flays after the date set for opening bids. The work shall be commenced within 14 days after the Board gives the Contractor notice to begin construction, and shall be completed within 180 days thereafter. The time of completion of the work hereunder may he extended because of any unavoidable delays not the fault of the Contractor, in the securing of materials, equipment, transportation or labor, any such extension to be granted by the Board only after a full consideration of the reasons and causes for the delay. Payment for said improvements will be made in cash, or equivalent, as follows: Monthly estimates will be paid by the Board to the Contractor in the amount of ninety per cent of the work completed or for materiels which are at site, and permanent in nature. The Contractor's monthly certified estimates are to be made by the 10th of the month and apply to work completed the preceding calendar month. The balance of ten per cent of the contract cost will be paid to the Contractor thirty-one (31) days after the acceptance of the work, in the event no claims for materials and labor have been filed against the said Contractor. If,, at the end of sudi thirty-one day period, claims are on file against any Contractor, the Board shall continue to retain from his unpaid funds a sum not less than double the total amount of all said claims, which retained amount or the balance thereof, will be paid the Contractor upon final settlement of all claims. The Board of Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities, and to enter Into such contract or contracts as it shall deem to be for the best interest of the City of Algona, Iowa, By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal p<-o- duced within the State of Iowa; and preference shrill be given to Iowa dqmestlc labor. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE At.GONA MTTOTCfPAL ALGONA, IOWA By Allen K. Buchanan President ATTEST: trfl A. Kohl Secretary (Published^ May 16 and May S3. lf»7. fn The Aieon.T ifnwa) Upper DP* Moines). WE SPECIALIST! YOUR DOCTOR KNOWS! He knows just what is best for your health. See him first and bring your prescription here for experienced, careful filling. HONSBRUCH ALGONA REXALL DRUG CONTROL YOUR WEIGHT... BE SLENDER MISS IOWA... "•> I « V. MARTHA BARSNESS Reigning .•.-« ibnoi "Miss Iowa w ' Measurement* 34-2344 Jft, "FT* Mowing tebfe fct« fJw , by weight or amounts of the food tub* stances • Yi« Special Diet Breed « to body ism* parm «nd repai« ProW* lt.0%. MhtrtlMU* %FW^PWi^^'^^^F WWP jff COLONIAL'S WONDERFUL NEW DIET BREAD Oo0d news for those who want to slenderize!,,. VIM, a marvelous new diet bread that's high in protein, to burn up excess body fats« yet low in calories to help one to reduce! Eight ounces of VIM will supply 45.5% of the daily requirements of protein for an active woman 25 years of age. Yet, one slice contains less than 47 calories, VIM is delicious*—the perfect high preteiiMpecial diet bread for young and old alike. oad VIM tastes good • • • toasts good, tool 2.0M9M& M0VIB. 149 SPECIAL DIET BREAD at uouit ^* BY THE BAKERS OF COLONIAL BREAD

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