Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 5, 1972 · Page 10
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 5, 1972
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TfoiAj Kernel The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 4 Minimum yesterday: -13 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 0 3 Wind direction: SW SW Wind velocity: 20 20 ONE YEAR AGO High, -11; Low, -12 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly cloudy and warmer WednesJ."- night and Thursday. Lows Weunesday night 10 to 15. Highs Thursday 27 to 32. Precipitation chances 10 per cent Wednesday night and Thursday. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued for Raymond Johnson, Ringsted, to Martha Rovn, Ringsted; Sergio Saul Trejo, Estherville, to Mabel LavernSargent, Estherville; Ralph William Nissen Jr., Estherville, to Renee LaNette Cooklin, Estherville. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. William G. Behrens, Mrs. Louis Boehne, Leo Rosenberg, Fairmont; Waldamore Becker, Truman; Mrs. Ronnie Hinz, Granada. Dismissed Tuesday: William A. Pedersen, Ringsted. JACKSON — Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Paul Larson, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Tuesday: Ernest Haugland, Reinold Stuermer, Jackson; Luverne Allen, Estherville; Mrs. Goldie Allen, Estherville, transferred to Worthington. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Harry Loers, Okoboji. Dismissed Tuesday: Cleo Johnson, Jackson. PALO ALTO — Patients in hospital on Jan 3: Mrs. Cleo Lammers, Mrs. Margie Masters, Graettinger; Mrs. Delia Reynolds, Mrs. Mary Steil, Magnus Studer, MaUard; Mrs. Mary Mulry, Rosanne Garrison, Mrs. Sue Brown, Mrs. Eva Newmann, Mrs. Delphine Atkinson, Richard Theil, Mrs. Glen Henrich, Paul Graves, Kevin Brennan, William Goranson, William Eagan, Fred Henderson, Mrs. Ruth Jacobson, Louis Parradee, Alfred Schreiber, Mrs. Eva Nelson, Mrs. Louise Wojahn, Mrs. Sadie Nicol, Allen Hockett, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Laura Gordon, Mrs. Emma Weisbrod, Mrs. Lullie Martini, Mrs. Mildred Hess, Cylinder; Katherine Haag, Whittemore; Mrs. Ruth Funck, Ruthven; Vernon Ensley Sr., Long Prairie, Minn.; Mrs. Marie Studer, Rodman. Area Births Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Fred Reinders, Mrs. Gladys Beck, Dennis Johnson, Clifford Clark, Kathy Jo Sherling, Ronald Wagner, Mrs. Anna Fagre, Dwight Spiegeler, Estherville; Lyle Westfall, Graettinger; Teresa Davis, Coon Rapids. Dismissed Tuesday: Edwin Burns, Einer Jensen, Mrs. Lars Anderson, Roy Hood, Estherville. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Vernon O. Christensen, Estherville, 1972 Volkswagen; Alvin Floyd Clabaugh, Dolliver, 1972 Chevrolet; Paul Eugene Hutchinson, Ringsted, 1972 Chevrolet; Charles Thomas Clark, Estherville, 1972 Jeep; Vineta L. Jensen, Estherville, 1972 Cadillac; Larry A. or Susan Lauritsen, Estherville, 1972 Ford; Donald Frederick or Grace C. Hoien, Armstrong, 1972 Buick; Arnold V. or Fern O. Clausen, Ringsted, 1972 Dodge. Licenses for new trucks were issued to James Theodore Schacherer, Estherville, 1972 Chevrolet; Dr. Hiram H. Leonard, Estherville, 1972 GMC pickup; Mitchell Construction Co., Estherville, 1971 Chevrolet. Police Court Home Birth (Continued From Page 1) crying before she was complete-, ly born." Tom Timmins, who has a B.A, in English from Notre Dame University, plans to return to college to study for a teaching credential. Most recently employed as a carpenter, he is presently looking for work. Baby Carrie, whose birth weight was seven pounds, two ounces, and her mother are both in good condition. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Claude Timmins and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Krafft, and her great-grandmother is Mrs. Ida Campbell, all of Estherville. Armstrong Man Dies at 91 Funeral services are pending at the Fuhrman Funeral Home at Armstrong for Anton Guerdet, 91, Armstrong, a retired farmer who died early this morning, Jan. 5, 1972, at Rosewood Manor, Estherville. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 5, 1972 Page 10 76* Would FREE PRESCRIPTION _ DELIVERY ' THRIFT STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE Clifford J. Peta, Estherville, fined $10 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Louis Krier, Estherville, forfeited a $10 and costs bond for failure to yield right of way. Amos Egland, Wallingford, forfeited $10 and costs bond for improper left turn. Richard J. Kenna, Dolliver, forfeited $10 and costs bond for improper left turn. Donald T. Egels, Iowa City, fined $5 and costs for parking illegally longer than the 12-hour limit. Rene Aguirre, Estherville, forfeited a $10 and costs bond for allowing an unauthorized driver to drive her vehicle. Barbara L. Soper, Estherville, fined $10 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Frank L. Downs, Estherville, fined $10 and costs for over- parking on the 12-hour parking' limit. Local Calendar FAIRMONT - Born Tuesday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Recker, Fairmont, 7 pounds, 12 ounces. PALO ALTO - Born Jan. 2: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Saxton, Emmetsburg, 7 pounds. WEDNESDAY 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 Pythias 8 p.m. IOOF Hall. Farm Bureau 6:30 p.m. Will meet at the Gruver School. FRIDAY Breaks Arm—Again Debra Carlin, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; John Carlin, Wallingford, broke her right, arm in a fall on ice on the school grounds Monday. On Aug. 24, last summer, she had broken that same arm and spent five weeks with a cast on it and three more weeks with a sling. The arm had just recovered to the point that she could use it well again, her mother said. Frostbite Dennis Johnson, Estherville, was hospitalized yesterday at Holy Family Hospital with frostbitten hands. He was reported working on an oil tank at home when his hands became frostbitten. He is in good condition. Raids Resume SAIGON (AP) - A U.S. fighter-bomber today made the first American air attack in North Vietnam since five days of heavy raids there ended last Thursday, the U.S. Command announced. It also said several North Vietnamese MIG jets have been sighted along the border between North Vietnam and Laos in the last 48 hours, although no engagements with the MIGs were reported. Meanwhile, U.S. B52 bombers attacked North Vietnamese positions in the northern quarter of South Vietnam after fighting erupted along the DMZ for the first time in weeks. WSCS 1 p.m. Sacrificial luncheon in Youth Room, United Methodist Church. Shows Daily 7 & 9 p.m. GRAND THEATER-ESTHERVILLE Adults $1.25 Children 50c WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY JAN. 5-6-7-8 MR. TIBBS IS BACK—TOUGHER THAN EVER! SUN DAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY JAN. 9-10-11 EVES: 7 & 9 P.M. . SUN. MAT: 2 P.M. Keep your eyes on what she cannot see A MARTIN RANSOHO 'F LESLIE UNDER PROni irTiON HARLAN KOLSRUD Kolsrud Named To Sales Post With Golden Sun Harlan Kolsrud has been promoted to assistant director of sales training and sales nutritionist for Golden Sun Feeds, Inc., it was announced here today. Kolsrud, a 1967 graduate of the University of Minnesota with a B. S. In Agricultural Education, has been with Golden Sun Feeds, Inc. since 1969 serving as a territory manager. Kolsrud, his wife Bonnie, and their 3-year- old son, Kent, are making their home at 1326 N. 14th St., Estherville. Apollo Missions SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) - With the end of Apollo moon missions almost in sight, President Nixon called space agency officials to the Western White House today to discuss future programs. There has been speculation that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration might place increased emphasis on earthly applications of space technology as manned lunar exploration winds down. Street Wedding COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A couple attracted little attention as they were wed in a street corner ceremony so a good friend could be present. The friend is Charles Wright, crippled peanut vendor who felt he couldn't afford to leave his business for more than a few minutes. So, Gladys W. Branson and Paul E. Burrls arranged to WB married Tuesday at the business site. A reception was held at a nearby lunchroom after the noon ceremony. China Bound NEW YORK (AP) - About 300 Americans are among some 1,200 passengers booked aboard the liner France for a three- month world cruise that will include an optional two-day side- trip in Communist China. , A French Line spokesman said Monday the special excursion to Canton, after the ship docks at Hong Kong in late February, was arranged with the official Chinese Agency of International Tourism. The excursion, coming at about the same time as President Nixon's visit to Peking, will mark the first time in more than two decades that China has opened its doors to American tourists. The France is scheduled to arrive here Monday to take on American passengers for the 91-day cruise, originating at Le Havre. No Fallout HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Delta Air Lines crews who flew a plane which contained a leaking shipment of radioactive medical istopoes last weekend have been checked and found free of radioactive contamination, a Delta official says. Benton G. Wells, district director for Delta here, announced Tuesday the results of the tests conducted at M. D. Anderson Hospital & Tumor Institute. He said the company had been advised by officials of the Atomic Energy Commission that there was no danger to any passengers or employes involved with the air shipment from New York to Houston. The 96-passenger Convair 880, had made eight passengers stops in five states. 20 Years for Pot OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)- A 30-year-old Oklahoma City man was given a maximum 20-year sentence in District Court Monday for selling marijuana— the first such conviction under a stiff new drug code passed by the 1971 Legislature. It was the first conviction for James Patrick Wright, accused of selling one bag of marijuana to police undercover officers at his home on Sept. 4, 1971. Investigate Leak WASHINGTON (AP) - The FBI investigation into the latest leaks of highly classified information to newsmen is centered on the National Security Council headed by presidential adviser Henry Kissinger, administration sources say. The FBI was ordered into the case last week when columnist Jack Anderson began publishing what he said were verbatim notes of high-level White House conferences and meetings involving American policy decisions in the India-Pakistan war and the Middle East situation. The White House has never acknowledged the Anderson reports but there never has been a denial of their contents and officials are known to be seriously concerned about the disclosures. Cronkite's Pants NEW YORK (AP) - Walter Cronkite says the fashion promoters who voted him one of the nation's best dressed men didn't know about the pants he wears as anchor man for his nightly television news program on CBS. "So far as I know, this distinction was earned entirely by straightening my tie and putting on a jacket just before the TV camera turns on every night," Cronkite said Tuesday in a daily essay on CBS Radio. Cronkite said the citation from the Fashion Foundation of America credited him with banishing the "baggy-tweed reporter concept," but he protested: "What they don't know, of course, is that my unseen pants still fall in that category." Killed by Chicken MANILA (AP) - A fighting cock fatally wounded the referee and attacked its owner during a match in southern Mindanao Province, the Philippine News Service reported today. The bird 's opponent ran to a corner at the beginning of the match and referee Severino Re- dulla, 43, picked up the reluctant warrior. At that moment, the first rooster struck, slashing Re- dulla's arms and stomach with his razor-sharp metal spurs. Redulla died from loss of blood on the way to the hospital. IN COLOR GP V Starts with a SMILE _ When you Bank with us / INTEREST ON ALL TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT NOW BEING PAID QUARTERLY INSTEAD OF SEMI-ANNUALLY EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK _ Etch deposit Insurtd to 120,000 IN A GOOD COMMUNITY 9 ' FEH€ ESTHERVILLE RINGSTED A F'ULi SERVICE BANK OPEN 9 to 6 DAILY - SUNDAYS 10 A.M. TO 12 NOON THURSDAYS 'TILL 9 P.M. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Wednesday Thru Saturday Specials 25% OFF ON ALL COLOR FILM PROCESSING COLOR SLIDES-MOVIES-COLOR PRINTS (Except Black & White, 8 x 10 Englargements, Special Kodak Work and Special Orders) 2 DAY SERVICE ROBITUSSIN UJUHl 6-8 hour cough |HI M^fe tdL 1 formula. Non-narcotic, V^B. HfflBll good-tasting. HfjRt Hfl U Hill 98c List V %tP CON COLD CAPSULES 10's 88' ITAC CON COLD CAPSULES 10's 88' • LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC $2.29 A • 0TJ|" Quart 1 Crest TOOTHPASTE Regular or Mint 1 Family Size Tube RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT 49 < .09 Size Aerosol Can Jergen's LOTION Size With Dispenser LYSOL SPRAY DISINFECTANT 21-oz. Aerosol Can $2 .98 List 99 38 HEET Gas Line Anti-Freeze 65c List CLIP THIS COUPON NHIM DWOHT 50 ESTHERVILLE! •^THRIFT STAMPS I With This Coupon and Purchase of $5.00 or More. Wednesday Thru Saturday January 5, 6, 7, 8 Good On Cash Purchases Only.' NOT GOOD ON DELIVERIES ESTHERVILLE DRUG CO.

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