Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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Governor Proclaims July ?.|6 as Iowa Angus Week Fayette Leader Page 5 July 6, 1961 Fayette, Iowa rleis which have; glecned many profits from the race track. A few elder cars, 1957, 1958 and '59 models, will also compete. And Iowa State Fair Secretary Lloyd Cunningham, host to the annual speed meet, promises a c," 'I sprinkling of sports cars. The lillil stuck car point stand- mu race is a dandy, too. Five men, Knur Dei r. Dick Ilutcherson and Hamo Stott of Keokiik, Iowa; Lenny Funk of Otis, Kans., and dm!) Liebe i f Oelwtin, Iowa, are viciously c< mpetitiK for the lead. All except Lie-be have won fea- ti're races. An I he grabs ( nough seconds and thirds to remain in the run- associate professor ,.f KOV ,.| nment at Iowa State University stater! He sp:ke on "Adm'mislrative and Functional 1'ioblmis ( ,f County Government" m the 19(il Editors Seminar ;,t tin University. " The pattern , I I,,wa ,. ium ty government was set dm 11,4 a per iod very different fi.>iu ,-> mi- clcar age in which v.r hvc," Boles said, lifting thai c.. m !ies wen- formed when fedei.il .uid slate taxes were filiiio.t ni'yli^jlile. fanning frontiers v. en expanding and farm population \\a. s;n «•- ing. Population aiM d'chiml,-j^jcal changes have pro lueed new pn>h- lems which "coinpl:. ,it, n u . administration and "peialinn of county governmi :n today." he said. "The (i-mplex. mti i •-connected Oovernor Norman Erbe hands II. Dick Nobls of Davenport proclamation declaring; July 9-16 as Iowa Angus Week. Eight field days sponsored by the Iowa Angus Ass'n will be held during the week at farms throughout the state. Left to right are Mr. Nobls, president of the state-wide organization of Angus breeders; Clyde Hanna, Oskaloosa, secretary; Governor Erbe; Bob Domcr, Stanwood, president, Iowa Junior Angus Ass'n., and Art Johnston, Coin, vice-president of the association. Governor proclaims July 9-16 Iowa Angus Week Governor Norman Erbe recently proclaimed July 9-16 as Iowa Angus week. The special week will be celebrated by Iowa Angus cattlemen at ejighl field days held on farms throughout the state. On hand for the signing of the proclamation were H. Dick Nobis, Davenport , president of the Iowa Angus Association; Art Johnston, Domer, Stanwood, president of Coin, vice-president; Clyde Manna, Oskaloosa, secretary; and Bob the Iowa Junior Angus organization. In part, the document states, "... the cattlemen of the state of Iowa have shown a preference for Aberdeen-Angus as indicated by the 20,711 purebred Angus calves they registered last year, second highest for any state in the nation last year ..." The July 9 field day will be held near Spencer at C. E. Wood's Welco Acres. Starting on Mcnclay, July 10, will be a series of seven junior Angus field days. The first will be held on the Bill Imluu farm near Kensett. Others will be at •Roland Wessel's farm, Colesburg, July 11; Fuller Angus Farm at Milton on July 12; Da Es Ro Angus farm at Columbus Junction on July 13; Herb Cline's farm at Bussey on July 14; O & R Farms near Scranton on July 15 and Treasure Acres, Blairsburg, on July 16. The field days all start at 1:30 p. m. except the last one, at Treasure Acres. It will begin at 10:00 o'clock with a welcome from owner Paul Benshoof followed by a judging Contest. Featured speaker on the afternoon program will be William W. Brainard, Jr., Marshall, Virginia, president of the American Angus Association. At all field days the program will consist of a demonstration of correct Angus type; a typical judging class, talks on selling Angus and on Club calf selection, demonstrations of grooming, tattooing, hoof trimming, clipping and showmanship. 1961 Iowa Internationa! Stock car races to be Held in Des Moines The 19(il Iowa Inte rnatvnal — the "grand daddy" of Hawkeye late model stock e-ar races —- is scheduled for Sunday afternoon. .July !). Time trials will be held Saturelay afternoon, July I!. The Iowa State Fairgrounds track will he the site of the :«)()lap non-sV'p championship event. •Sports cars and late model stock cars will participate. Nineteen-sixty-one has been a banner for new cars in the In- te-rnational Motor Contest Association, the 1 sanctioning body of all big-car and late model stock car rac-es at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. A record number of '(il cars have- been registered. Several new Fords. Chevrolets and Pontiacs will compete. There will also be nume-n:us 10IJO mo- age in which we live demands a degree of uniformity, while at the r.ame time permitting freedom to deal with strictly local problems." County citizens have difficulty in fixing responsibility fe>r county policies. Bcles said, because necessary executive powers are net vested in a single person. Holes told the editors that te>o many elective officers have duties which ar.- in nature administrative only. Township trusties and clerl are "imncce-ssi.i y offices since the township as a imiti-f government has virtually elisappe-areel in Iowa." be ,-aiel Suggeste (| improve ments in the administration of Iowa county government may fall into, accord ing to I.', les: (1.) the- long-run or the ideal and (2.) the less dramatic but apparently me>re quickly acheived. Geographic consolidation of the pi'e.eiil !l!) counties would be a- 111,ing thi- 1 sol'ilvns. Boles said. A common plan for providing executive and administrative leafier-hip in counties could provide notable savings tei taxpayers, he addeel. One of the most meaningful plans \\i-ulcl be feir the state legislature to provide legislation pcr- liliini; the lune'tional consolida- .011 ot county offices across county I: les, Holes saiel. "Functii nal reorganization of welfare administration em a state- level is worth consideTing." Boles said, pointitig out that pressurus in this direction are being exerted mi the national level. I ne Iowa State pn:fessor said a set of principles for highway evaluation is nee-ded at the state level. "To insure better pay and good men perhaps educational and other requirements for county engineers should be increased. "Bioad planning considerations in the highway program should utilize the skills of public administrators, economists, and statisticians as well as engineers." Property tax savings could be realized by bringing modern techniques of business administration and public administration into operatien on the county level, be concluded. Tin.- three day seminar, sponsored by the. department of technical journalism at Iowa State, eneled Saturday, June 10. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS CHUB LIEBE iiing. Presently, he- ranks fifth. Li; be- rece ntly returned to IMC A co:npetion after a two-year hitch in the army. He will drive a beautiful white 19(51 F rd in the marathon. National Speedways, Inc., and its prexy Al Sweeny, will direct the race. Iowa State prof. Urges 'Modernize County government* State government can be strong only if its local governments are effective and efficient. But Iowa county government is "backward and inefficient." Donald E. Boles, - r 24 HOUR BANKING SERVICE For the convenience of our customers, this bank has installed a Letter Depository, located at the northwest corner of the bank building. The Town Council has approved limited parking in the street which will provide easy access by auto to this depository. This will permit 24 hours service daily for making deposits or payments. Special envelopes will be available soon for your convenience. We invite you to inquire about and to make use of this service. _ State Bank Of Fayette Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Phone 4 Fayette Calves Triplet calves were born recently on the farm of John Hunt of near Churdan. Triple births are considered to be very rare, occurring once in abo'ut every 5,000 births. COMPLETE PROTECTION AOTQMOIILI PUILIC TRUCKS FARM LIABILITY •INIRAL LIABILITY WORKMIN'S COMPENSATION NOILITY AND SURITY IONDS ACCIDINT AND HIALTH HOSPITALIZATION Auto and Casualty Underwriter* DIS MOINM, IOWA EARL SCHNEIDER Insurance Agency WHOLESALE Feeds and Ingredients CUSTOMIZED FEEDS CWT. 16% Pig Starter - Grower $4.70 14% Pig Grower 4.20 12% Hog Finisher 3.70 16% Sow Feed 4.00 35% Hog Supplement 4.80 16% Chick Grower 4.20 17% All Mash Layer 4.10 20% Cafeteria Egg Mash 4.30 16% Dairy Feed 3.70 TON $90 $80 $70 $76 $92 $80 $78 $82 $70 INGREDIENTS CWT. TON O. P. Soybean Meal $4.60 $90.00 Solvent Soybean Meal 4.30 84.00 O. P. Linseed Meal 3.90 76.00 Solvent Linseed Meal 3.60 70.00 Cottonseed Meal 4.30 84.00 60% Tankage 5.50 108.00 50% Meat Scraps 5.50 108.00 50% Protein Blend 5.30 104.00 Wheat Middlings 2.65 51.00 Wheat Bran 2.50 48.00 Dehyd. Alfalfa Meal 2.80 54.00 ALL PRICES F.O.B. FAYETTE Terms, Net Cash. Prices Effective to July 13 NUTRI-PAK COMPANY Phone 145 — Fayette, Iowa :LWEIN, IOWA LISTENING LOG Monday Thru Saturday Morning — ^ARIZONA CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN Area In Scottsdale- the "West's moit Western Town" -12 miles nprtheast of downtown Phoenix. Arizona's newest and finest year around hotel. 180 luxurious rooms and suites—all w/ffi private sun deck, many have snackbar kitchens. Dinning Room, Cocktail Lounge. Heated Swimming Pool. AH sports and activities available. Excellent Meeting 1 EUROPEAN PLAN facilities for I groups | Writ* for Brochure Up to 200. | ROBERT FOEHl, Otn.Mgr. 5:00 Farmer's Radio Almanac 5:25 Weather 5:30 Farmer's Radio Almanac 5:55 Weather 6:00 Farmer's Radio Almanac 6:30 News 7:00 Sports 7:10 Music 7:15 Weather — Music 7:30 News 8:00 Music 8:30 News 9:00 Music 10:00 News — Markets 10:30 Music 12:00 Markets — News Afternoon — 12:30 *Music With News On the Hour 12:50 Chicago Markets 5:00 News 5:15 Baseball Scoreboard 5:30 How's Fishing 5:35 Music Evening — 6:00 News and Sports 6:30 Polka Party 7:15 Weather 7:20 *BasebalI 10:00 News 10:15 Music to Sign Off Sunday Morning — 6:00 News — Music — Weather and Religious Programs 8:00 News 8:15 Music — Religious Programs 10:00 News 10:15 Music 11:00 Religious Service 12:00 Music • Afternoon — 12:30 News 12:45 Chapel By The Side Of the Road 1:00 'Baseball 5:00 News 5:15 Music Evening — 6:00 News 6:15 Music 10:00 News 10:15 Music to Sign Off Milwaukee Braves Baseball is heard daily on KOEL. Week-day game* begin at 1:15 P. M. MORE PEOPLE LISTEN TO KOEL THAN LISTEN TO ALL OTHER STATIONS IN THE AREA. THEY LISTEN BY CHOICE. *s jrat^-t-Ai,

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