Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 28, 1971 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1971
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lESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., DEC. 28, 1971 Page 2 Pass the salt and then leave By Abigail Van Buren l«j Wl by Cklctfo Tifbunt-N. Y. Ntwt 5 »nd„ Inc.] DEAR ABBY: The letter from the woman who was annoyed with her gentleman friend because he always salted his food before even tasting it, reminded me of something I once read about Thonas Edison. Edison would always invite a prospective employe over for dinner. The first course would be soup, and if the fellow salted his soup without tasting it first, Edison wouldn't hire him. JOE GOLDSTEIN, SIOUX CITY, IA. DEAR JOE: Heaven only knows how many good men Edison passed up by prejidging a man because be prejudged the soup. DEAR ABBY: I was glad to read about George who always seasons his food with plenty of salt and pepper : before even tasting it, because I do the same thing. I have been criticized often for this, but, Abby, I don't just "guess" that the food will need more salt. I KNOW it will. You see, I am one of those people who can't taste any seasoning unless there is a whole lot of it. And if the food had as much salt in it as I liked, nobody else would be able to eat it. I just happen to like a lot of salt. Now, I take a token taste first, and then pour on the salt to suit myself. That way I keep everybody happy. PASS THE SALT DEAR PASS: I don't want to alarm you, but I am told that a craving for salt is nature's way of telling you that you need to have a thorc physical checkup. DEAR ABBY: We are parents of a child who is not doing well at school. We think we might be part of the problem and have been considering speaking with the school psychologist. A neighbor told us that the school principal would insist on sitting in on all the conferences, and the psychologist could not keep confidential any personal, family problems that might come out during these conferences. Private help is out of the question right now, as we cannot afford it. Any suggestions? SUBURBANITES DEAR SUBURBANITES: Go to school and get your Information directly from the school psychologist. I can't believe what your neighbor told you Is true. DEAR ABBY: This is for the person who never misses a chance to brag about his ancestors. If he goes back to his ' great-great-grandfather, ask him what he knows about the . other seven. Then remind him that there is as much in his blood from each of these 15 people as there is from the one he boasts of; not more than seven per cent of his heritage can be from any one of them. If he is so foolish as to go back to his great-great- great there are 32 people involved, and if he goes back to the Mayflower, if that lineup didn't include some bums, prostitutes or horse thieves, his case would be the exception. "Honor thy father and thy mother." But it's risky to go very far beyond them. ANOTHER MONGREL TV Tonight . . . Special Report on Nixon Summit Talks Presented by COMMUNITY TV SIGNAL CO. TUESDAY GLEN CAMPBELL - A family affair ... an hour with the Pat Boone, Dom Deluise and Campbell clans. Comedy: Dom as a weary Santa calling it quits; comics Gay lord and Holiday in a sketch about a speeder and a cop; and a spoof of singing groups from the Mills Brothers to the Beach Boys. 6:30 p.m. CBS. MOD SQUAD - A poignant drama reveals a tender relationship between Julie and an emotionally distrubed boy. Cameras follow the terrified child as he hides in the city— sought by worried police and a murderer Who knows the boy will identify him. 6:30 p.m. ABC. HAWAII FIVE - 0 - Hume Cronyn returns as archcriminal Lewis Avery Filer, a brazen character who tantalizes McGarrett with phone calls about his crimes. In "Odd Man In," Filer uses his wizardry at disguise to slip out of prison — and into a $4,000,000 cocaine caper. 7:30 p.m. CBS. CANNON - Crime Drama An ironic turn of events: Cannon is tracking a man who's trying to vanish with the aid of a perfect plan — devised by Cannon himself. 8:30 p.m. SEVEN SUMMITS - Special: Coverage and analysis of President Nixon's meeting with West German Chancellor Willy Brandt In Key Biscayne, Fla, Their discussion is expected to touch on European security and international monetary affairs. John Chancellor reports on this third of seven Presidential conferences with world leaders. 9:30 p.m. NBC. MERV GRIFFIN — A guest host (unannounced at press time) fills in for Merv, who's on a one- week vacation. 10:30 p.m. CBS. DRAGNET — Crime Drama- Friday and Gannon search for the gunmen who blasted as policeman with a shotgun. 10:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. WEDNESDAY FILMS - "How Much Time." The tragedy of a muscular dystrophy victim and "Yeast Dough Shaping Made Easy." 6:30 p.m. Cable Channel 11. JEANNE — Comedy — Jeannie has everyone believing that Tony is a great singer. PERRY MASON - "The Stuttering Bishop." Mason's visitor introduces himself as a bishop— and says he needs help in claiming a million-dollar inheritance. 7 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. MEDICAL CENTER - Medical Mystery. "Schock!" achange- of-pace suspense drama about Gannon's involvement with an ailing tycoon and his conflict- ridden household. First of a two- part story. 8 p.m. CBS. MANNIX — Milton Berle as a comedian mysteriously tied in with a private eye's murder. The prime suspect: a Vietnam veteran reported missing in action. 9 p.m. CBS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Special: The final game of the Kodak Classic is telecast from Rochester, N. Y. Entrants in the two-day tournament: USC, Pennsylvania, St. Bonaventure, Rochester. 9 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. MERV GRIFFIN - A guest host (unannounced at press time) fills in for Merv, who's on a one-week vacation. JOHNNY CARSON - Tentatively scheduled: F. Lee Bailey and Sally Struthers. ("All In the Family") 10:30 p.m. NBC. 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BOX Plymouth Maid-All Flavors ICE CREAM Super Valu T Van Camps l FACIAL TISSUES PORK & BEANS FULL GAL. 4 0 200 COUNT fOO Heinz _ Libby's CATSUP " TOMATO JUICE 0 Y 300 Sj Cans ze Giant 26 oz. Bottle ft s Bondware Jeno's Double Size Cheese PIZZA MIX 69 PAPER PLATES D SLICED PEACHES t t A A At K Esthermaid-Parchment Wrap 100 CT. PKG. LARGE #2 1/2 CAN I General Mills I SNACKS Pizza Spins • Whistles • Bugles • Onyums 3 $|00 J f Flav-O-Rite • Cheese Whillikers Pkgs . W fth Coupon Good Only at Smitty's - Expires 1/4/72 Limit One Coupon Per Customer HAMBURGER BUNS 3 j Folger's 98 3 Lb. i iiirrrr Can I VWlrii W/out Coupon $2.79 With Coupon J Good Only At Smitty's - Expires 1/4/72 I Limit One Coupon Per Customer Nabisco-8 Varieties SNACK 7 CRACKERS soxe, ! Folger's Instant | COFFEE 6 oz. Jar 89' With Coupon Good Only At Smitty's — Expires 1/4/72 Limit One Coupon Per Customer 100 FREE GREEN STAMPS) -J -1 Vista Pak 39<? Pkgs. 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