The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 9, 1974 · Page 1
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Set Wednesday for bean clinic ^Hu'mboldt County Soybean Clinic will be held Wednesday, Feb. 13, starting 9:48 a.m., at the Hillcrest, Hum- boidt. : All farmers, landlords, farm managers, seed dealers and anyone else interested in soybean management are encouraged to attend this clinic, said Norman' Mokle- stad, County Extension Director. Garren Benson, Iowa State University Extension Agronomist and.Clarence Babcock Area Crop Production Specialist, Merlin Groot, American Soybean Association will be the main speakers. All phases of soybean management will be discussed by the specialists. Topics include new research and emphasis on soybean varieties, yields, time and depth of planting. How to save fuel and energy on soybean ground going into corn for 1974 will be discussed by Benson. . r^w yfeltf CbtfiJJaf !• tm presentedi and 6th'ef topics dealing with soyBeatt tttanagetHtnt," This is a pftsgfam t^at nil sbybean ttfeduters shaald' tit interested 1ft attending, G( " fe6 and foils wifl be sefvt starting at 1 §i4& a^rtfr afid program will be cdrnpIeflSd ^, 3:16 p.m. • - ' ; Plan to attend and please 1 , calf the Humbtildt C<to«$ Extension Office to make your reservations at 332-2201. Cornith Twp, fund drive nets $583 Corinth Community Fund Drive collected $663 in the seventh annual fund drive. The amount sent is as follows: cancer, $68; Red Cross, $49; Huniboldt County Crippled Children, $89; Hum- boidt County Retarded Children, $82; Children's and Family Services, $69j Arthritis, $85; March of Dimes, $66; CROP, $30; heart, $48| USO, $1; Easter Seals, $1; Salvation Army, $2; and Iowa TB and Respiratory Association, $3. The check to Cancer was returned. Due to a new ruling they will hot accept any donations from Community Fund Drives. The committee is holding this money to turn in during the Cancer Fund drive in April. One hundred thirteen letters were, mailed with 54 donors responding. The committee wishes to thank the Corinth people wno have helped make the seventh fund drive so successful. **^ i*,»W 'strtMtfartfH&W tHK ' ' [ ^ T "t^,.^ 'TttWlSi •jti-Ja 'J3JL , , -i-IiiV' • 4 si^W'. *$!*' • ' Tf-av,", .."V?' Kill 2 students in bus accidents H UMOTA Sunday- Mon. Tues. V 4 Four hundred sixty-one (461) public school bus accidents were reported to the State Department of Public Instruction (DPI) dur-, ing the igjS-Va^sch'ool year. r This is an increase of slightly more than 10 per cent from the 418 reported for the preceding school year. There were two fatal accidents involving pupils and both occurred outside of the school bus. A 12-year old girl was struck as she was crossing the roadway to board the bus by a motorist approaching the bus from the front, and a five-year old boy was run over by the bus from which he had alighted. He had crossed the road-to his home but some papers blew out of his hand and he crawled under the bus to retrieve them. In 69 of the accidents, about 15 per cent of the total, one or more persons were injured. The injured included 163 pupils, 16 school bus drivers, and 38 others compared to 119, 11, and 36 respectively for the 1971-72 school year. The majority of the pupil injuries consisted of minor cuts and bruises. Two persons BY rep. otHHS Tuesday Bob Toth, a member of the admissions staff at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, will be in Humboidt, Tuesday, to talk with students at Humboidt High School. The 10:30 a.m. meeting will give students an opportunity to discuss advancing their education plus ask questions about Buena Vista College and its academic programs. in other vehicles. died as a result of injuries received. There were 390, about 85 per cent of the total, n6n-tnjur | y accidents^ 1^*86 'of this number, or about 22 per cent, th£ property damage was less than $100; in 214, or approximately 55 per cent, the property damage was less than $250, and in 304 or about 85 per cent, the property damage was $500 or less. Property damage last year totaled $241,937, up from the $197,303 of 1971-72. School bus drivers were adjudged responsible for 247 or 53.6 per cent of the accidents — inattention cited as the major cause of 98 accidents. Most of those involved backing the bus. YOU'VE GOT... JAMES COBURN -MICHAEL SARRAZIN TRISH VAN DEVERE -WALTER PIDGEON SOME MATERIAL MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR PRE-TEENAGERS Dairy Queen H.BT'6 AU. GO TO 0MRY QUEEN' Dairy Queen Brazier Open: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., 1} a.m.-10 p.m. Fri. Sat., Sun. 11 a.m. JO.-30 p.m. Jet. 169 & 3 North Humboldt. Regulations For Humboidt County Sanitary Landfill 1. Open Burning Prohibited 2. Dump Only at Designated Area 3. Scavenging Prohibited 4. Report any Hazardous Wastes 5. Limit 10 cu. yds. From One Source Except with Special Permit from Jim Carter, Hum- boidt Co. Sanitarian 6. Following Not Accepted Wire Scrap Metal Large Appliances Large Volume of Tires Junked Cars or Parts Farm Implements or Parts Landfill Hours Monday, 12:00-3:00 P.M. Wednesday, 12:00-3:00 P.M. Saturday, 9:00-3:00 P.M. By Order of Humboidt Co. Sanitary Landfill Commission fattftat we dWelop ffftd reliable data to. , "-• ."""«*' * »*v**« A-lam- vt v«-jsiiMOf 90 ^tnflt W6 cHn „ n, defended the Adftfn^Jfoftwflfite -soMd' judgmettts istratiofl's decision ta leH^e'^aftdiiSbt let vtfpe Mw!»and.. tomtthingNwhrfttrmn on foreign .... .....„«..£> in Iowa before ft' House subcommittee chaired 'by culver; Van Horn acknowledged thm his office "does not have « real good handle OB this infdfftdtion." Van Horn said he had been spurred to look into the situation . by the Culver hearings, and he said he hoped "a good seed has been plantedt" Van Morn told a Culver staffer that the U.S. Depart' tnent of Commerce had informed him only two foreign corporations' were operating .in Io*a, But Van Horn said he andI hfs-'owti staff in Des Moines had come up with some very different indications. "; Culver said he had encountered similar difficulties in trying to get accurate information from the Com- Decorotlng Problem? We'll help you coordinate furniture styles, colors and fabrics at no charge. Martin A Miller Inc. Home Interiors A special opportunity to apply for the outstanding Farm Bureau Health Care Plan fci *^ More than 130,000 Iowa Farm Bureau members have Blue Cross and B ue Shield protectibn equal to the best or ' , or become one before February 22',' 1974, you can apply for this same ' breakthrough" coverage subject to health statement. , Qh> Mu- i «^ lud ? s beit eiu6 ' Cross and'Blue Shield benefits, plus major medical coverage and p u e P5 id P r6scr 'pN°n benefits for post-hospital drugs, ;. No waiting periods for acfcepted Health 'conditions except maternity. ' Coverage effective March 1, 1974 at rates that have remained stable since June, 1972. But time is short. You have only until February 22, 1974. Find out today if you qualify. Contact your local Farm Bureau office or attend open house in your area. With health care costs what they are, it could well be the most important thing, you do this year. OPEN DAT ES Feb. 12 and 19 USMior? TIME 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. HOUSE PLACE Farm Bureau Bldg. . Humboidt Through The Smith Int urtmcd Agency ' High'yield savings rooted in' new insurance protection makes the piecemeal approach to .Insurance protection for your fafm dbsQlefei In^ just one dompact package you gain coVeragfrK against wide ranging perils to your home and personal possessions, your outbuildings, machinery and equipment and liyestcicl^'andi. protects you against liability j judgments/an3%. medical expenses. Because this one policy does the work of many, you can make important savings in premiums. The SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY also writes PARMfiBlS WORKMENS COMPENSATION insurance and can provide you witH full information about this coverage, without obligation. m m Call 332-1071 T Humboidt Smith Insurance Agency Warren Smith The Word is Getting Around! 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