Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 18, 1972 · Page 12
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 18, 1972
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES,, JAN. 18, 1972 Page 12 Election Year May Dull Work of Congress WASHINGTON (AP) - The 92nd Congress reconvened Tuesday to wage election-year battles over programs of the Republican administration while a corps of Democratic senators campaigns for nomination to challenge President Nixon. The contest for the White House will shadow, and may shape, the work of a Senate and House controlled by Democrats. Atop the agenda of domestic issues are measures for welfare reform, sharing federal revenues with cities and states, and improvement in health care and financing. Nixon sent Congress his blueprint for action in all three areas a year ago, and the White House has forecast passage in 1972. Democratic leaders seek action on the measures, but the congressional majority may overhaul them to put its own stamp on whatever final products emerge. "I believe a considerable effort will be made by Democrats to take the initiative away from the President," said Senate Re- Red Baron May Ride Once More LOS ANGELES (AP) - Is Baron von Red Dog an unsafe load? Was John Miller denied a jury trial unfairly? Will the 37-year-old electronic technician be able to take his German shepherd riding again on a freeway on his motorcycle? These questions now are under consideration by three judges in Superior Court. It started June 26 on the San Bernardino Freeway when Miller was cited for carrying an unsafe load—the Baron. The dog wore a helmet and goggles, and was perched on the back of Miller's motorcycle with his hind legs on the seat, front legs on his master's shoulders and tongue waving In the breeze. Alhambra Municipal Judge Lothrop E. Smith convicted Miller on the traffic charge Aug. 23 and fined him $14 after denying a jury trial on grounds it involved an infraction and not a crime. Appealing his case Thursday, Miller declared "the classification of a crime as an infraction is a recent invention of the legislature for the clearly stated purpose of denying trial by jury." Besides, Miller argued, he didn't decide on Baron's riding style. Von Red Dog himself picked out the paws-up, tail- down manner as the most comfortable position. Therefore, he contended, the dog did not constitute an unsafe load—and besides a jury should have determined the issue and not a judge alone. Miller said his only regret Thursday was the three Superior Court judges themselves couldn't meet Baron. "He's so smart that I sometimes let him take the controls of my own little airplane," Miller was quoted as saying. There was no word when the judges might make a decision. Ringslcd Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Hansen, David Ingvall, Mrs. Irvin Jensen, Mrs. Leo Powers, and Mrs. Russell Miller, attended the funeral of Antone Guerdet at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Armstrong, Jan. 8. Mrs. Edna Nielsen spent several days recently at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mary Nielsen and Paul in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Maday and daughter, New Wm, Minn, visited Sunday at tJie home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Kimmet. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tutje, David, Kristi, and Daryl of Sibley were Sunday dinner guests at the parental W. P. Kearns home. Mrs. Gladys Shryock, I^ah Peterson, and Gayle Hinrichs were Sunday dinner guests at the Ordean Kabrick home at Bancroft. Dr. K. L. Johnson Dr. J. J. Roberts OPTOMETRISTS Contact Lenses 362-4213 123 North Sixth Street Diagonal from the Post Office publican Leader Hugh Scott. "The majority party is seeking Identification with most of these old programs." "Whatever Congress does in the coming session will be overhung by the drama of a presidential election," said Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield. "Insofar as the Senate leadership is concerned, the public interest will not be shortchanged for partisan gain." Five Democratic senators, Edmund S. Muskie of Maine, Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, George McGovern of South Dakota, Henry M. Jackson of Washington and Vance Hartke of Indiana, are campaigning for the presidential nomination. A sixth, Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, ranks high in the opinion polls although he has said repeatedly he will not run. In the House, two Republican members, Paul N. McCloskey of California and John M. Ashbrook of Ohio, are contesting President Nixon's renominatior in the presidential primaries. Democratic Rep. Shirley Chisholm of New York is expected to announce her presidential candidacy later this month. Nixon will present his program Thursday in his State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress. Republicans expect him to concentrate on a call for action on 7 FRESN FROZEN - GRAVE A FOR STEWING OR BAKING HENS Fresh From Morrell's, Boneless BEEF ROAST LB. Bone I ess OCEAN PERCH LB. Lb. Box $2.19 FUN TIME FRANKS 12 oz. Pkg. 49t CHOPPED HAM LB. Lean Bulk ClPORK SAUSAGE us Fareway's Finest GROUND 3119 BEEF BS L Morrell's Cervelat SUMMER LB. SAUSAGE U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS Cut ,Wrapped, Frozen AD EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., JAN. 22nd. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FA RE WAY BAKES NOP SPECIALS! WHEAT 5 BREAD 1 LB. LOAVES 100 Old Fashioned CINNAMON Reg . 49<; ROLLS 39 POTATO ROLLS Reg. 39$ Pkg. 33 FAREWAY COUPON HEINZ SOUP Cans $ 1 With Coupon Chicken Noodle, Cream of Chicken, Chicken Rice $1 .23 Without COUPON GOOD AT FAREWAY, ESTHER VILLE COUPON EXPIRES JANUARY 22, 1972 LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER FAREWAY COUPON Post RAISIN 15 BRAND B °* 39 ^ With Coupon 51 <: Without COUPON GOOD AT FAREWAY, EST HER VILLE COUPON EXPIRES JANUARY 22, 1972 LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER FAREWAY COUPON Gold Medal FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag 39 £ With Coupon 67$ Without COUPON GOOD AT FAREWAY, ESTHERVILLE COUPON EXPIRES JANUARY 22, 1972 LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER FAREWAY COUPON Swansdown LAYER 4 $1 CAKE MIXES <=« I All Varieties COUPON GOOD AT FAREWAY, ESTHERVILLE COUPON EXPIRES JANUARY 22, 1972 LI?. .T ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER With Coupon programs the administration already has proposed. While domestic issues are likely to be dominant in the session ahead, Mansfield said he will renew his bid for approval of two foreign-policy measures bitterly opposed by the administration, a six-month deadline for U.S. withdrawal from South Vietnam, and a 150,000-man cut in U.S. forces in Europe. Senate leaders plan to begin legislative work Wednesday, considering a bill to give the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission new power to combat job discrimination. The first major measure due In the House is a compromise election-reform bill, imposing new financial-disclosure requirements and limiting to $8.3 million the sum each of the presidential nominees will be allowed to spend on television in the 1972 campaign. Thank you.. J To the people of Esther/ilie who so generously contributed to the NAOSMANN FUND and helped to make our portion of the drive a huge success. Special thanks to KILR Radio, Barry Huntsinger and the Estherville Ja/cees who manned the phones. Bruce Barnes President, Estherville Jaycees Fareway\s Feature FAST CO 1/2 Gallon All Available MEDIUM GRADE A EGGS $ Dozen (00 LAY'S POTATO CHIPS Farewav's Feature ADAM'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE Reg. 59$ Twin Pak Ad Effective Thru Saturday, January 22nd, Right to Limit Reserved. Wells' Blue Bunny - Orange, Grape, Punch „.„_ ~„ 1KI „ W a*^ ttftV FRUIT DRINK FRUIT DRINKS FRI. & SAT. Vi Gal. Cartons Libby's TOMATO JUICE 46 Oz. Cans *1 Fireside 1 Lb. 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