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E Wednesday, Nov. »5, 1970 ~ Public Affairs Series is Set at Elks Club A public affairs series, Government by the People, dealing with taxes, services and local government, will be held at the Elks Club in Carroll on Dec. 8, 14 and 16, Roland Lickteig, Carroll County extension director, announced Wednesday. The meetings will start at 10 a.m. and conclude at 3 p.m. Wallace Ogg, Jack Whitmer, Marvin Julius and Art Johnson, specialists with Iowa State University Extension, will conduct the series. The following will be discussed: Who pays for Public Services in Iowa?, Financing Public Services in Iowa, Local Government Finances, The Public Services We Buy, What Are the Functions of Local Government?, How Local Government Operates, Alternatives in Local Government Organization, Changes Without Legislative Action, Changes Requiring Legislative Action, Goals for Education — What Do You Want?. There will be no registration fee. Coffee will be served at 9:30 a.m. The extension office in Carroll may be contacted for reservations. put gibson on your Christmas shopping list Legislators to Be Honored by Teachers 1 The annual "VIP dinner'* sponsored by the West Central District of the Iowa State Education Association will honor all legislators serving counties of the area. Also to be 'honored will be the president and the government affairs chairman of each local education association. Members from West Central District to be honored include Sen. Arthur A. Neu, Carroll; Rep. Charles Knoblauch, Carroll; Mrs. Cleo Tilton, Carroll, president of local education association; Mrs. Pat Dearduff, Carroll, government affairs chairman of local and county co-chairmen. The dinner meeting will be held at the Caroll Country Club at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 1. Roger Erskin, Minneapolis, regional NEA director, will address the group. Twelve counties make up WCD: Buena Vista, Pocahontas, Sac, Calhoun, Carroll, Crawford, Green, Webster, Boone, Shelby, Audubon and Guthrie with some 3,500 educators serving that area. Roy Karlson of Coon Rapids will preside. He is president of West C e n tr a 1 District, and a candidate for president-elect of the Iowa State Education Association. 4 State Officials Will Address Iowa Taxpayers Meeting DES MOINES — Four state officials will address the Iowa Taxpayers Association's 36th annual meeting Tuesday, Dec. 1, at the Savery Hotel in Des Moines. Plans for the meeting were announced by Association President Hugh H. Hannah of Davenport, public relations manager for Aluminum Company of America. Lt. Gov. Roger W. Jepsen will address the Association membership at a noon luncheon to be held jointly with the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce. The other officials will speak at a morning session which will begin at 9:45 a.m. State Sen. Ralph W. Potter of Marion, chairman of the Legislative Taxation Study Committee, will report on the progress of his committee's work and its findings. Iowa Development Commission Director Chad A. Wymer will discuss efforts to expand Iowa's economic development and the relationship of tax policy to these efforts; and Edwin A. Hicklin of Wapello, a member of the State Board of Tax Review, will review the functions, actions and decisions of that three-member board. The meeting will conclude with the Association's annual business session at 1:45 p.m. NO SCOUT MEETING Boy Scout Troop 123 will not meet Thursday of this week because of Thanksgiving, Scoutmaster Lloyd Thede announced Wednesday. The next meeting will be the following Thursday, Dec. 3.
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