Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 4, 1972 · Page 10
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 4, 1972
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., JAN. 4, 1972 Page 10 300,000 Mile Checkup for Nixon Flight coast-to-coast or across the Atlantic wilt be accomplished in two hours by supersonic airlines of the future. The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 6 Minimum yesterday: -13 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -13 -11 Wind direction: NW NW Wind velocity: 5 5 Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Sylvester Henely, Mrs. Arnum Lee, Elner Jensen, Ollie Woods, Mrs. Marquis Schriner, Roy Hood, Estherville; Mrs. Hans Schlueter, Spirit Lake; Debra Carlin, Wallingford; Clayton Wilcox, Terril; Mrs. Walter Henderson, Armstrong; Mrs. Roma Wilson, Okoboji; Mrs. Russell Hutchison, Long Beach, Calif. Dismissed Monday: Howard Hildreth, Mrs. Charles Beck, Edwin Juhl, Mrs. Bertha Mason, Mrs. Lonnie Smith, Estherville; Duane Quinn, Armstrong; Nicholas Shermon, Graettinger; Debra Carlin, Wallingford. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Monday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jackson, Terril, 8 pounds. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Herman Eiynck, Walter W. Irvln, Mrs. Robert O'Brien, Mrs. Warren Brockman, Fairmont; Mrs. Rena Steenhard, Swea City; Kenneth Mau, Truman; Henry Becker, Northrop. Dismissed Monday: Albert S. F. Krueger, Mrs. Mark Wolverton, Fairmont; Mrs. Rena Hag- lung, Henry Jordahl, Swea City; Mrs. Thomas Henry and daughter, Algona; Mrs. James Doyle and daughter, Bancroft. JACKSON - Admitted Monday: Joe Cain, Alpha; Ed Reese m, Jackson. Dismissed Monday: none. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Monday: Frank Thompson, Mrs. Ray Chesnut, Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. Sarah O'Keefe, Edward Addy, Mrs. Wayne Turner, John Mollenhour, Spirit Lake; Tamara Woolfton, Southerland; Ronald feou, Milford. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Walter Polk, Lake Park; Jacqueline Logan, Mrs. Cora Ingertson, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Doris Curry, Arnolds Park. Local Calendar TUESDAY ONE YEAR AGO High, 2; Low, 0 NORTHWEST IOWA Clear and not quite as cold Tuesday night, lows zero to 5 below. Partly cloudy and not as cold Wednesday, highs around 20. Chances of measurable snow near zero Tuesday night, 10 per cent Wednesday. WASHINGTON (AP) - President Nixon has spent more time away from the White House than in it during the first three years of his presidency. He chalked up more than 300,000 miles of travel, to all 50 states, the Virgin Islands, Guam, Midway and 19 countries. Nixon will have to almost double that to surpass Lyndon B. Johnson's total presidential mileage, but available records show Nixon is already a more- traveled president than either John F. Kennedy or Harry S. Truman. When Truman made his farewell address, he boasted he had traveled 135,000 miles by air, 77,000 by rail and 17,000 by ship. There are no records on President Eisenhower's mileage, but train and sea soirees virtually disappeared during his years in office. John F. Kennedy traveled about 215,000 miles during his shortened term, very few by boat or rail. Johnson logged 523,000 miles between Novem­ ber 1962 and January 1969, according to records at the LBJ Library in Austin, Tex. Virtually all the mileage was by air. Nixon has taken a few rides on Navy ships and tried out the new Penn Central Metroliner train on a 270-mile round trip from Washington to Philadelphia. But virtually all of his 301,000 miles through Dec. 31, 1971, have been accumulated by .air. Records show Nixon was away from Washington for all or part of 551 days and in the nation's capital for all or part of 514 days during his first three years. He has averaged about 25 weekends per year at the presidential retreat in the Catoctin Mountains at Camp David, Md., far more than any recent president. Though not always at the retreat, Nixon was away from Washington for all but six weekends In 1971. Nixon has averaged two foreign trips a year since 1969 and his schedule for 1972 indicates he will at least top that. He has already announced trips to Communist China and the Soviet Union. Nixon is the first president to set up secondary residences on both coasts. He has spent 35 weekends in Florida and California. Nixon visited Key Biscayne eight times in 1969 and 10 each in 1970 and 1971. He made two trips to San Clemente in 1969, three in 1970 and six in 1971. All in all, more than 220,000 of his 300,000 presidential miles have been logged in the United States. Br. K. I* Johnson Dr. J. J. Roberto OPTOMETRISTS Contact Lense^ 362-4213 123 North Sixth Street Etfagonal from the : Post Office' Toastmasters 6 p.m. Dinner meeting at Gardston Hotel Blue Room. TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. Rebekah Lodge 8 p.m. Estherville Jaycees 8 p.m. Gardston Hotel. WEDNESDAY PEO 2 p.m. Meeting and Founder's Tea at home of Mrs. J. B. Osher. Bridge 2 p.m. Community Center. Eastern Star 7:30 p.m. Officers practice. Masonic Temple. THURSDAY Past Matrons 12 Noon Luncheon at Blue Room of Gardston. Service Star 1:30 p.m. Meet at Legion Hall. Bring yearly reports. KP's and Pythian Sisters 6:30 p.m. Oyster stew at IOOF Hall. Knights of Phthias 8 p.m. IOOF hall. Thomas Lund) Dies Saturday Thomas Lundy, 69, of Kanawha passed away Saturday, Jan. 2, 1972, while visiting at the home of his . daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Ziegler In Estherville. Funeral services are scheduled for Lundy at the Lutheran Church in Kanawha. He is also survived by his wife. Rahman Released RAWALPINDI (AP) - President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto announced today the release of Sheik Mujibur Rahman, Radio Pakistan announced. Sheik Mu- jib was the dominant political leader of East Pakistan before his arrest in March. Rebels there have proclaimed him president of Bangladesh. On Sunday, Bhutto nationalized most of Pakistan's heavy Industry. Bhutto said that the nationalization does not apply to foreign investments and foreign credits. The government took over the management of 20 firms with assets of at least $200 million. U.S.D.A. GRADE A REUNION Lean Pork LBS. Fun-Time 12 oz * Pkg. FRANKS Chefs Delight CHEESE 9 Lb. SPREAD ta i AU \\ G Fruit Drink Tom Thumb Breaded PATTIES Chuckwagon, Veal or Pork io c gg CAL-TOP WHOLE UNPEELED Apricots U.S.D.A. Choice I BEEF QUARTERS Cut Wrapped Frozen NO. 2|/ 2 CAN FAREWAY STORES, Inc. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Ad Effective Thru Sat., Jan. 8th QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 7fod Weed* SW Guy! TERRACE PARK - ALL AVAILABLE FLAVORS Ice Cream LAUNDRY DETERGENT GIANT BOX PREMIUM NABISCO CRACKERS MB. BOX GOOCH'S PANCAKE MIX REG „ 59$ 3-LB. PKG „ RICH'S FROZEN FAREWAY BAKESHOP SPECIALS! WHEAT c * BREAD 3 MB. LOAVES fOO FRIED CINNAMON ROLLS REG. 49* 6 CT. PKG. VALUABLE COUPONffMt^f ^ Cheerios 1 made from PROTEIN PACKED OATS WITH COUPON Good week of 1/4 ~ 1/8 Fareway, Estherville Good at. WITHOUT COUPON VALUABLE COUPON 47*|L • iff* <tif* itfh rttffr riito fflfr ttfbi Northern Grown Red POTATOES 20 Lb. Bag 59 Texas Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT 10 « Size LB. Golden Ripe BANANAS 10* Red Ripe Slicing TOMATOES LB.

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