Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 3, 1972 · Page 6
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Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, January 3, 1972
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Start building your vacation fund now. IIHIIIIHIMfllillllllHIimiimiMIIMIItilHIIIIMII Notices AILY NEWS iiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniHiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitmi P<*g* 63 MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1972 1 or 2 days ...... 10cper word. Three days 13c per word Four days 16c per word Five days 19c per word Each added day ... 3c per word Minimum ad $1.50. Rates are for consecutive insertions of same ad. Classified ads are Cash With Order. $1.00 service charge if replies are taken by Daily News office. Display: 1 day per inch $1.50; each additional day, per inch $1.25; minimum display 2 inches. Classified ad users should check their advertisements the first issue they appear, and report any error at once as no allowance can be made after the first issue. i Help Wqnt.d*™2 NOTICE REGARDING SEX HELP-WANTED ADVERTISING In accordance with the rules adopted by the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, the Estherville Daily News no longer can accept Help-Wanted advertising copy which in any way expresses a sex preference unless the advertiser files an affidavit with the newspaper justifying a sex preference on the basis of a bona- fide occupational qualification requirement. Affidavits may be obtained by contacting the Classified Advertising Department. 63-1-2 LADIES — Opportunity to turn spare time into dollars. Pleasant work. Choose hours. Write Personal Shopper Dept., Box 10, Watkins Products, Inc., Winona, Minnesota 55987. 63-2-2 HELP WANTED: Experience in hard good lines desired. In Estherville. Send complete resume to Box 57 PG, In care of Estherville Daily News, Estherville, Iowa 51334. 62-10-2 HELP WANTED: Waiter or waitress. Apply in person. Majestic Cafe. 61-3-2 Job Wanted: Babysitting in your home. Call 362-4663. 62-5-2 WE NEED YOU Our solid 55-year-old crop hail company is expanding and has new full-time career openings in your area. If you enjoy variety in your work and working in the country, you'll be interested in this opportunity. Offers base salary plus incentive commission on sales over base, usual fringe benefits. We will train you. Opportunity for advancement. For appointment call Mr. Roper collect at 612-929-1600 weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or write Home Farmers Mutual Insurance Association, P.O. Box 24024, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55424. 63-5-2 WANTED Carrier Boys & Girls For Daily News and Estherviile Shopper Routes APPLY IN PERSON NO PHONE CALLS 61-3-2 Jobs Wanted WANTED: Upholstery to do in my home. Superior 858-2245. 63-2x-3 For Rent FOR RENT: Ground floor office space. Reception room and two or three offices. Air conditioned. 362-5277. 63-1-5 FOR RENT: Soon. Nice three room furnished apartment. 3624386. 60-5-5 FOR RENT: Need extra storage space? Large, dry basement available now in downtown Es­ therviile business district. Elevator. Write "B", Box 57, Es­ therviile, Iowa 51334. 61-tf-5 FOR RENT: Sleeping room, Skyline Motel 362-2618. 128-tf-5 6 Who Does It Announcing the opening of Sidles Drapery Shop. Many samples of fabric to choose from. 47 Orchard Lane, Estherviile, Iowa. 362-5547. 63-5-6 CARPETS can be bright and can be beautiful if you use Rug- Mate. Rent electric shampooer. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 63-2-6 P & G CLEANERS ONE DAY SERVICE Phone 362-2449 238-tf-6 Fast Well Drilling and Pump Repair. CLIFF'S WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 On display at Green Acres Village, new 1972 model General mobile home. All skirted. Double insulated storm windows, high quality furniture. Burrell Oil Company, Inc. Estherviile, Iowa. 62-7-6 Your Choice: CHICKEN OR SHRIMP Dinner Every Tuesday French Fries, Salad, Rolls & Butter, Coffee or Milk Only $1.45 per Person Serving 6:00-10:00 p.m. Members and their guests. Estherviile, Iowa V.F.W. Post 3388 Estherviile, Iowa 63-1-6 PIZZA SPECIAL "WOODY'S" Special Pizza (Sausage, Mushrooms Pepperoni) KING SIZE, REG $3.00 THIS WEEK ONLY! $2.75 PIZZA KINO 10 South 1st Street PHONE 362-9072 FOR FREE DELIVERY 63-1-6 Farm January off the car price: 50 lb. bags fertilizer 8-32-16 $77.50 per ton. 50 lbs. bags fertilizer 6-24-24-$71.00 per ton. Order today. Call Superior Coop Elevator. Zenith 2315. 63-2-7 Are you interested in a new Corn Planter? U so, stop in at Estherviile Imp!. Co. and see the all new Cyclo air planter. Revolutionary yet trouble free. Waiver on aU purchases until the spring of 1972 at E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. 63-2-7 Authorized headquarters for KNIPCO heaters. J. D. WEBB, IMPL. 1020 6th Ave. S. Phone 362-3461 63-2-7 RENT A NEW CASE FOR ONLY 5 CENTS!!! What ??? Yes, rent a NEW CASE for only 5 cents per horsepower per hour. Plow up to 40 acres a day with a New Case 1070, THIS ONE REALLY PULLS and sit in the comfort of the quietest cab in the industry while you are doing it. Call in today and make your reservation on one of these new Case tractors. B & B IMPL. 62-3-7 Real Estate 8 Who Does It 9 For Sale 10 Bus. Openings 21 Keep your clothing fresh and neat longer by sending them to us regularly for prompt, dependable cleaning service. Phone 3623314. PARIS CLEANERS 63-3-9 Best cleaning fluids, plus know- how, enable us to offer you the best dry cleaning available. CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 63-1-9 Custom clothes — fitting and designing. Especially for you. 362-5469. Norma Schmeling. 215-tf-9 Plumbing— Remodeling— Roofing. No job too small. 362-5415. KWIK REPAIR SERVICE 103-tf-9 PIANOS AND ORGANS Over 100 new and used pianos, large stock of new organs and 20 rebuilt used organs. All on special now! Visit or call our new facilities. Petersen Piano and Organ' Co., Dunnell, Minn. 28 years in business. Convenient terms. Open evenings by appointment. 56-tf-10 FOR SALE: 8V2 x 11 typing paper. Ream of 500 sheets. $1.35. Daily News Office. 251-tf-10 INCOME TAX PREPARATION DAY, EVENING or WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS AT Higgins Accounting 220 NORTH 6TH ST. ' OR YOUR HOME CALL 362-5277 DAYS, 362-2362 EVENINGS 53-tf-9 For Complete Curtain and Drapery! Service • Custom Made Drapes • Will bring samples to your home and measure • McCLEARY'S Department Store 63-1-9 DRUM LESSONS and GUITAR LESSONS AVAILABLE AT KRAFFT MUSIC INC. PHONE 362-4492 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 63-1-10 Automotive 11 FOR SALE: Jeep pickup with hydraulic dozer blade. Call 6952743 Dunnell, The Creamery or 847-2621 Jackson. 44-tf-ll FOR SALE: 1970 Volkswagon. Good condition. 362-5329. 59 -5X -11 For Sole 10 Spend your Christmas Gift Money wisely. We'll help you with a "Worth-While Selection." THE GOSPEL BOOKSTORE " 63-1-10 FOR SALE: 21 ft. Winnebago Camper. $2,200. I need the money. 867-2627, Wallingford. IV2 blocks south Lutheran Church. Ora Brown. 63-3x-10 CHRETENSEN'S storewide January clearance sale. Savings from 20 per cent to 50 per cent in all departments. Shop now and save. CHRETENSEN'S 63-5-10 CLEARANCE SALE: Now in progress. Save 25 percent to 50 percent on all items. Sportswear, sleepwear, coats,fabrics, infants and children's clothing. McCLEARY'S 63-3-10 PRE-INVENTORY SALE: Men's wool suits, topcoats, wool slacks, winter jackets drastically reduced. Mc ADAMS' 63-1-10 May We Have the Next Dents? MOTOR INN BODY SHOP Your Oldsmobi le, Pontiac, Cadi 1 lac and G.M.C. Dealer 63-1-11 BRADSHA W & SHORT WE'VE SOLD ALL OUR 'SPECIALS OF THE WEEK' THEY MUST BE GOOD! WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE NEW BARGAIN OF THE WEEK. BUICK - CHEVROLET "Your True Mileage Dealer." 63-1-11 Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 Complete electric wiring and repair. Industrial, residential, farm and institutional. Phone 3622412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 63-1-12 We're experts in modern wiring methods. Call us for a free check-up and rewiring estimate. HEIDKE ELECTRIC CO., INC. 63-2-12 "Iowans who love Iowa love THE IOWAN, Iowa's Own Magazine explores Iowa with fascinating articles and beautiful color pictures in one of America's highest quality publications. Issued quarterly by seasons for $7 a year (special price) with money- back guarantee for full amount —— if not delighted by all issues. Soortinfl Goods IS Order from THE IOWAN, Box WWWWJ lw 130M, Shenandoah, Iowa 51601." 777Z~Z 7777 ~ 216 tf 10 FOR SALE: Snowmobile Rupp 400 Nitro. $1,200. Phone 362-2054. 60-5-18 Commercial - Farm-Residential Wiring. Garry's Electric. 3622590. Garry Culbertson. 63-3-12 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed. We establish accounts for you. Car, references, and $995 to $1,885 cash capital necessary 4 to 12 hours weekly could net good part time income. Full time more. For local interview, write: (Include telephone number.) Eagle Industries 1 DEPT BV 3938 Meadow Brook Road St. Louis Park, Minn. 55426 _____ 63-lx-2ll Mobile Homes 24 For Mobile homes contact Burrell Oil Co. Inc. Estherviile, Iowa. 51-tf-24 Too Late To Classify FOR RENT: 2-bedroom mobile home. No pets. Cozy Grove Motel, 362-5027. 63-3-5 Wallingford American Legion. Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 4, 8 p.m. 63-2-6 DON'T PAY RENT when you can buy this four bedroom older home. Four bedrooms with closets. Living room 13.6'x20\ Carpet in living room and dining room. Kitchen 15' x 16'. Even has a large garage. BAKER REAL ESTATE Office 362-3230 Res. 362-2763 Salesmen— Beulah Hassel 2-3490 Sylvester Henely 2-3862 63-1-8 NEW LISTING North 6th Street. Three bedrooms A *m/r 119 (one downstairs). Living room, J%\ JYI.OITFC .1.1 S dining room carpeted. Kitchen with table space. Step saving utility room just off kitchen. Two car garage. $11,000. Your call invited. TIMMINS AGENCY, REALTORS 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 Multiple Listing Service 63-1-8 p Quotation* ——— STOCK MARKET ... FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE (10 A.M. AVERAGES TUESDAY, 11 A.M. AVERAGES OTHER DAYS) REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 45 Anaconda 15% Bethlehem Steel 29% Collins Radio 13V2 Chrysler 28% Ford 70V2 Gen. Motors 79% Harvey Alum 12V2 Int. Funeral 8 IBP 24% IEL&P 19V8 D?&L 25 VB Leasco 20V4 MMM 1343 /4 Mobile Oil 55 North. Nat. Gas 46 J. C. Penney 73V 2 Rapid Amer 16% Reynolds Ind 58V2 Rexall Drug 47 Sears 102% Texaco Inc 34% United Brands 11 U. S. Steel 301/4 White Motor 233/_ Winnebago 48V2 OVER THE COUNTER Artsway 7 -7V2 Cencor, mc 21-21% Fortuna WA -fyi General United 2% -2% General Growth Z &/2 -2P /2 Hack Chem 31% -32% mini Beef 7V2 -7% Kayot 7V 4 -8 Life Invest. 24V»-24% Payless Cashway .... 31%-32V8 Pennzoil Off. Gas ... 10%-10V2 Spencer Foods 13V 4 -13% Westgate 7 1 /a-7% Younkers 27y 2 -28V 2 DOW JONES AVGS. up 3.16 Transportation up .17 Utilities up .19 Volume 4,390,000 Markets May Eliminate Tax Exemptions Are Steady The cattle and hog markets at John Morrell & Co., Estherviile, are steady. START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT with this new split foyer, all carpeted home in northeast location. Good family home with large living room, three bedrooms, one and one half baths, family room and many other extras. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 362-2123 Vernon Clark 362-2346 Howard Croner Claire Bringle Gloide Tostenson Salesmen 61-3-8 FOR SALE One owner, one bedroom home. 1209 1st Avenue North. HELEN PETERSON AGENCY Office 362-2220 Res 362-2901 Ken Kollasch Dennis Essing 362-5190 859-3996 55-tf-8 Special Racing Slicks by Firestone. New. 15" rim size, width 7" to 14". All remaining stock half price. FIRESTONE 362-3557 61-3-10 FOR SALE: We still have 100 "silver" silver dollars left at $2.50 each. Get yours before they are all sold! Contact Stockdale, Inc., Estherviile, Iowa. 61-3-10 WOULD YOU LIKE TO OWN A NEW HOME But a little short on down payment money. Maybe you will qualify for this new government backed program. $200 down and as little as $100 per month wil buy this new 3-bedroom home now under construction. Buy now and choose your own colors and decorating ideas. Call "Tex" to get details. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eve. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 63-3-8 Clearance sale on all humidifiers. The finest built, MaGraw- Edison. Save 10 per cent. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 63-2-10 FOR SALE: Snowblower. Be ready for the next snowstorm. Rosenberger 362-3679. 63-2x-10 Used B-W console A-l condition. 23". Also several good used color sets. All priced to sell. FffiESTONE 362-3557 63-2-10 FOR SALE: Four good used J78- 885x15 black tbls. 1st line Goodyears. 100 per cent sound. Good tread. Meal for 2nd car. Only $59.95 exchange for all 4 tires. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 63-2-11 Would like to buy a good used portable typewriter and exercise bike. Phone 362-5474. 63-3-20 Someone to manage small business spare time. Can be from home. P.O. Box 93, Spirit Lake. 63-10-21 Bus. Openings 21 SheiI Da Nang Custom made aluminum windows, doors and awnings. 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 133-tf-9 RECORD SPECIAL 45 RPM Golden Oldies ALL HAVE SOLD OVER A MILLION COPIES. 29* KRAFFT MUSIC INC. ESTHERVILLE IOWA 63-1-10 LIGHT PLASTICS MANUFACTURING CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIES IS NOW EXPANDING ITS OPERATION INTO THIS AREA. WE WILL APPOINT A QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL AS OUR EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURER. COMPANY OFFERS: • Exclusive Territories • Contracted Accounts • Immediate Income Can be Operated Full or Part Time From Approximately 300 Square Feet • No Previous Experience Necessary • No Selling on Your Part Required • Income Potential From S400.00 to $1500.00 Per Month •S3785.00 to $4795.00 Cash Required for Inventory, Machinery and Complete Training Program. FOR FULL INFORMATION WRITE TODAY Giving Full Name, Address and Telephone Number CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIES 2109 H North Glenstone Springfield. Missouri 65803 63 -5X -21I SAIGON (AP) - The Viet Cong, after threatening to retaliate for U.S. air attacks on North Vietnam, shelled the Da Nang air base early today for the first time in three months and made a mortar attack along the demilitarized zone. The attack on Da Nang came less than an hour after a 72- hour Viet Cong cease-fire for New Year's ended. Four 100- pound rockets hit the base, wounding one American and damaging three support planes and some ground equipment, the U.S. Command said. Pat in Liberia MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) Pat Nixon, was the top-ranking guest this morning at Inauguration Day ceremonies for William Tolbert, grandson of an American slave and the new president of Liberia. Mrs. Nixon sat down Sunday night for a half-hour private talk with Tolbert that she said would be "substantive." Aides did not disclose what they talked about. 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $2.96 Corn No. 2 Yellow, easy Discount scale $1.03 New Oats . 65c PRODUCE (Prices quoted below are for delivery at Estherviile) Eggs, A large 19c Eggs, A medium 12c Eggs, B large 12c Eggs, undergrade 8c Eggs, A small 8c Eggs, No. 2 small 8c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers Hi Choice to Prime Quotable $34.50-$35.00 Choice Steers .... $34.00-$34.50 Good Steers $30.50-$31.50 Prime Heifers Quotable $33.50-$34.00 Choice Heifers .. $33.00-$33.50 HOGS 210 to 230 Base No. 3 Hogs $21.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $22.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $22.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $21.00 Sows $18.00 Best Films Are Chosen NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Film Critics have voted "A Clockwork Orange" as the best motion picture of 1971 and named its director, Stanley Kubrick, as the year's best director. Jane Fonda was voted best actress for her portrayal of the harried call girl in "Klute" and Gene Hackman won as best actor for his characterization of the tough detective in "The French Connection." Ben Johnson was chosen best supporting actor and Ellen Burstyn as best supporting actress, both for their rules in "The Last Picture Show," in the critics' 37th annual poll Tuesday. Voting in the screenwriting category eded in a tie between the filmscripts for "The Last Picture Show" and "Sunday Bloody Sunday." The 22 critics who participated in the voting represented newspapers, magazines and other media. The winners will be presented plaquesat a reception at Sardi's restaurant on Jan. 23. In the best picture category, "A Clockwork Orange" edged "The Last Picture Show" by 31 to 24 in the critic system of weighted voting. Other runners- up were "The French Connection," 11 votes; "Sunday Bloody Sunday," 8; and "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" and "Claire's Knee," 5 each. In the voting on best director, Kubrick won easily with 38 votes to 31 for Peter Bogdanovich, the coscenarist as well as director of "The Last Picture Show." DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Iowa legislators will be asked during the 1972 session to eliminate tax exemptions on property owned by several different kinds of organizations. The idea is to broaden the property tax base for financing local government. A subcommittee of the Senate and House Ways and Means Committees has been hard at work for several months scrutinizing the millions of dollars worth of exempt property in the state with a view to getting as much as possible of it onto the tax rolls. It plans to introduce legislation to wipe out existing exemptions for church parsonages, veterans and fraternal organizations, labor unions and agricultural organizations, among others. The subcommittee also has been seeking to tighten the definition of charitable organizations and nursing homes eligible for exemptions. Rep. Norman Roorda, R-Monroe, subcommittee chairman, said previous efforts to eliminate property tax exemptions have been shipwrecked by lobbying activities of certain vested interests and the reluctance of legislators to wipe out long standing exemptions. But he said he has been encouraged during the committee's deliberations by the small number of objections it had received. Roorda last fall had called upon organizations and groups owning exempt property to come before the subcommittee and justify their exemptions or lose them. "We didn't hear from any veterans organizations at all," he said. "And after the subcommittee voted to recommend taxing church parsonages we heard from some church boards who said they didn't want us taxing the church building itself but to go ahead and tax the parsonage." The bill is one of those listed as a priority item by both Republican legislative leaders and Gov. Robert Ray. But some lawmakers are frankly skeptical about the bill's chance for passage. Rep. George Kinley, D-Des Moines, a member of the subcommittee, said he hopes something can be done to reduce property tax exemptions but the bill may face tough sledding. "We didn't hear from a lot of groups that own exempt property," Kinley said, "but I have a feeling that legislators will start hearing from a bunch of them as soon as these organizations wake up to the fact that their exemption is in danger." Kinley started out in the subcommittee with the avowed aim of ending all property tax exemptions possible but he said later that was only to get owners of various exempt groups before the subcommittee so that he could hear their justifications. At the last subcommittee meeting Kinley moved for reconsideration of the decision to tax church parsonages, saying he thought church people had made a good case for keeping their exemptions. His motion to allow each church one exempt parsonage was voted down, however. "I'm afraid this is the kind of provision that will turn a number of legislators against the whole bill," Kinley said. He added that he may introduce as an amendment a proposal which the subcommittee rejected to require owners of otherwise exempt property to pay the portion of the property tax that goes for municipal services such as fire and police protection. The subcommittee's bill, among other things, will provide that all family-type residences owned by exempt groups be placed on the tax rolls. Roorda said that includes residences provided by educational institutions, including the state universities, for their presidents or other administrators or faculty members. The subcommittee gave up trying to define what constitutes a "charity" when it was warned that whatever definition it writes might upset definitions adopted by the courts. Roorda said, however, it was the subcommittee's intention to require that organizations provide a charitable program that serves the public rather than only their members before they can qualify for property tax exemption. The subcommittee bill also will propose to eliminate the property tax exemptions for many nursing homes except their infirmary sections. This provision could run afoul of some federal regulations. It is reported that some federal programs providing funds for nursing home maintenance of elderly or disabled persons specify that the homes where they are domiciled be tax exempt. The current exemptions for government property and such institutions as hospitals wouldn't be disturbed by the bill. Roorda said it was the subcommittee's intent to allow exemptions to continue for any private organization providing a service "which would have to be supplied with public funds if the private group ceased to supply it." Test May- Smooth Roads AMES, Iowa (AP)—A unique device consisting of a measuring instrument and a series of wheels might point the way to smoother driving on Iowa roads in two years, an official of the Iowa Highway Commission has reported. Donald McLean, deputy chief engineer, said Saturday night the experimental device is being designed to help inspectors determine the smoothness of new highways with greater precision than now available. Current regulations require contractors to produce highways with surface variations no greater than one-eighth of an inch each 10 feet. McLean said the new device, designed to measure 25-foot highway sections, might allow inspectors to determine smoothness to a greater degree than one-eight of an inch. He said newly constructed highways would be tested next year and, if the device performs satisfactorily, stricter smoothness standards would be effective in 1973. As McLean put it, "The tests will be used to see if we can measure with some degree of accuracy what we currently feel by the seat of our pants as we ride down the highway." ACROSS 38. Love 1. Famous poetry's French muse comedian 40. Province 5. Island in of Italy the Medit. 42. Senegal's 9. Not quite capital round 43. Cognizant 11. Scout's badge 13. Cheapskate 14. French river 15. Asian river 16. Leather- working tool 18. Dram­ shop's offering 19. Am able 20. Lo! 21. Manicuring set 22. One leaving 24. Kind of needle 25. Host or hostess 28. Bert — 29. Suspended 30. Colorado Indian 31. Indian weight 32. Hairdo of the 1920's 35. French nobleman 36. Golf instructor 37. Capek play 44. Ash Wednesday to Easter 45. Breslau's river DOWN 1. Food for thought 2. Spanish province 3. Surpassing the rest 4. Suffix for resident 5. M. Zola 6."— Huguenots" 7. Eating 8. Transportation system 10. Steno's need 12. Wobble 17. Massenet opera 23. Poetical preposition 24. Phi Beta's ornament 25. Baffled 26. Inborn HHEIH E3HQHD arsaii saraiuis SKK3H5J mm IIP 27."— Leigh" 31. Big spender 33. Bizarre 34. Type of smoking pipe 39. Shoe shade 41. — Jima

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