Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 29, 1971 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 29, 1971
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 29, 1971 Page 5 Christmas Groceries . . • VFW Post 3388 and Auxiliary members of Estherville prepared food boxes at Mouritsen's Red Owl Wednesday evening and delivered them to needy families. Pictured (back left) Mrs. Ben Seeger, Bill Origer, (center) Mrs. Ray Schaper and Mrs. Cecil Eide (bent over) Francis Sheda and (front row) Mrs. Gilbert Burgess and Mrs. Lester Stigman. (Daily News Photo by Stan Brotherton) Hope to Keep Session Short DES MOINES, Iowa (AP>~ Leaders in the Iowa Legislature will try some new procedures in the coming legislative session to keep the session short. And during the same session, legislators will be considering a bill that would place time limits on future sessions of the legislature. House Speaker William Harbor, R-Henderson, has recomr mended that the legislature meet only in the mornings or afternoons of the session which starts Jan. 10. Under this plan, the remain- for legislative committees to get their work done. "Better committee work would be accomplished, which would reduce the time required for consideration of bills on the floor of each house," Harbor explained. The presiding officer of the Senate, Lt. Gov. Roger Jepsen, saysjhe is willing to give Harbor's plan a try. ,i",'J !*At this point it sounds good to me," Jepsen said. Harbor also contends that having the sessions adjourned for committee meetings would make it more convenient for ing half day would be left free, expert witnesses to appear be­ fore the committees and would help both houses of the General Assembly better co-ordinate their work schedules with joint committee meetings. Jepsen said some members of the legislature are supporting a bill which would limit the length of sessions. "I personally am. very receptive to the study," Jepsen.said. "It will be discussed at great length, by the leadership through the session." The lieutenant governor said the bill, as proposed, would set a limit for the length of' a session but could be adjusted by a two-thirds vote of the legisla-" ture. "It would at least give definite guidelines," Jepsen said. The lieutenant governor said such a bill could do much toward attracting candidates for legislative office. TV Tonight . . . Milton Berles Mixed In Mannix Murder Case You Could Extend The Tax Deadline Presented by COMMUNITY TV SIGNAL CO. 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: "Schockl" 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. THURSDAY BEARCATS — Adventure — Final derring-do assignment for our trouble - shooters: rescuing a judge kidnaped by a sadistic outlaw. Their unlikely assitant: a convict who was sentenced by the judge. 7 p.m. CBS. PEACH BOWL - Special: The fourth annual Peach Bowl pits Mississippi's Rebels (9-2) against Georgia Tech's Yellow Jackets (6-5). 7 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. CBS NEWS SPECIAL - Special: "Correspondents' Report, Part 2," a year-end review of foreign news and its impact at home. Expected topics: the India - Pakistan war; the elections and troop withdrawals in south Vietnam; the POW issue; Arab- Israeli tensions; and the admission of the People's Republic of China to the UN. Eric Sev- areid is the moderator. Correspondents: Charles Collingwood Winston Burdett, Peter Kalischer, Marvin KalbandRichardC. Hottelet. 8 p.m. CBS. ADVENTURE : TO THE TOP OF EVEREST - Special: Climb five and one-half miles to the highest point on earth. . . Mount Everest, rising 29,002 feet inthe Himalayas between Tibet and Nepal. In the spring of 1970, 39 Japanese climbers sought to become the fifth expedition to complete the assault . . . navigating the treacherous Khumbu icefall, a frozen cataract that Edmund Hillary called "tottering choas"; a slope collapses, killing six members of the near-by ski-party; and the final leg to the top via the South Wall - 6,000 feet straight up. Charles Kuralt narrates. 9 p.m. CBS. BOCA RATON, Fla. - Taxpayers will be granted an automatic two-month extension of time to file their individual income tax return forms if they make a tentative estimate of their tax for the year and pay any estimated balance due when requesting the extension, IRS Commissioner Johnnie M. Walters said here today. Speaking at a conference of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Walters said that regulations now being drafted on the automatic extension of time for filing will be a "Milestone in tax administration." Walters pointed out that even with an extension of time for filing, existing law provides that any unpaid tax due will bear interest at 6 per cent from the original due date of the return. While a late payment penalty also will apply unless there is reasonable cause, Walters said the IRS will presume reasonable cause if the actual balance due on the tax return does not exceed 10 per cent of the amount shown as total tax on the tax return, and if the balance due is remitted with the return. Over 50 per cent of individual income tax returns are prepared by someone other than the taxpayer, according to Walters who praised professionally trained ethical preparers who contribute to the system by producing high- quality tax returns. Walters said that the IRS is taking steps to eliminate abuses by unethical tax return preparers: Those involved in sensational or misleading advertising, those who hold out false promises and hopes to the unsophisticated taxpayer, and those who misuse information provided by their clients. IRS district offices will monitor the activities and operations of commercial return preparers and report apparent false and misleading advertising to the Federal Trade Commission, Walters said. The IRS will also work with the Department of Justice to combat illegal practices, he added. Touching on the IRS role in the President's Economic Stabilization Program, Walters emphasized that IRS enforcement and monitoring activites "will not affect adversely our ability to discharge our overall tax administration responsibilities. We will accomplish both missions," he said. 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