Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 20, 1972 · Page 4
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., JAN. 20,1972 Page 4 the small society by Brickman HOVIQDYOU Life \ IT WAG / CodLPti'T Politalk DARYL BEALL, 25-year-old Urbandale High School government teacher, announced as a candidate for secretary of state on the Democratic ticket. Speaking to Buena Vista County Democrats, Beall said he would work actively with the legislature to get an enforceable law which would require full disclosure of campaign contributions. EX-SENATOR Eugene J. McCarthy has taken a jab at Sen. Edmund Muskie for the latter's past support of the Vietnam war. McCarthy said there is no very significant difference on the war issue between four of his current opponents: Muskie, Lindsay, McGovern and Humphrey. Then, obviously pointing at Muskie: "To say that you really ought to be for me because I admit that I was wrong on the war in '68 is to ask people to credit you with rather bad judgment." DARYL BEALL IN PHILADELPHIA, Hubert Humphrey said he would accept a black running mate in November "if my party nominated him." Humphrey and his wife Muriel attended a party with about 200 black community leaders. MUSKIE supporters in Iowa say they are elated over the announcement that Iowa Sen. Harold Hughes is lending his support to the Maine Democrat. They said it hints that the party's reform and conservative elements are joining. YOUNG MEN who left the U. S. to avoid military service "should be hailed as patriots," former U.S. Sen. Ernest Gruening of Alaska said Monday. "They should not be condemned as slackers or draft dodgers," he added. Gruening was in Omaha on behalf of S. D. Sen. George McGovern's bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. IN WASHINGTON, Sen. Edward Kennedy, officially a noncandidate "without qualification" launched a broad attack on the Nixon administration's foreign and domestic policies. He called on the American people to reject President Nixon as a leader who cannot inspire and his administration as government by the untrusting of the untrustful. NEW YORK Mayor John Lindsay is the lone presidential hopeful— or politician— on the International Best Dressed List of men and women for the past year. In the fashion department, Lindsay aced out all political rivals, including President Nixon. MEANWHILE Former Sen. Eugene McCarthy went to Chicago where he claimed the best chance of defeating Nixon. The 1968 peace candidate said he will campaign "completely and intensely" in the Illinois primary. ^(HfllllflimilHIUIIIIIHIIHIIIUIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIillllUIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlin An independent newspaper published = "Monday through Friday," except prin- £ cipal holidays, excluding February 22 and § Veterans Day. Second class postage paid I at Estherville, Iowa. 1 AILY NEWS Published by the Estherville Daily News, Division of Mid-America Publishing Corp., 10 N. 7th St., Estherville, Iowa 51334. Subscription rates: City of Estherville, Armstrong, Ringsted, T e r r i 1, Graettinger and Superior, delivered by carrier, 60 cents per week; $7.80 for 3 months, $15.60 for 6 months, $29.70 year. By mail in Emmet and bordering counties: $14.00 year, Zones 1-8, $19.50 year. Fred E. Williams, Publisher; Stan Brotherton, Managing Editor; Richard Myers, Advertising Director; Gladys Streiff, Business Manager; Donald Stoffel, Production Manager; Randy Shierk, Shopper Manager. Member of Associated Press, Iowa Daily Press Association, Iowa Press Association. Photos submitted to this newspaper will not be returned by mail. However, they may be picked up at the Daily News Office. a llllllllllll •••IMIIIIIII IM1IIIIIIIIIM1l )lllllllllllllir(ltltlClllllltltillllllllllllllllIMIIIIIII ||Hltl >lllllflfl)ll »llllllllllllllin HI AND LOIS i s Letter to the Editor Appreciation To the Editor: As chairman of the Hausmann fund drive, I'd like to express my personal thanks to all those who worked so hard to help us reach our goal. I can't say enough for the men on my committee including the Rev. Wayne Carlson, Jeff Johnson, Tom Kuhlman, Dave Reuland, Steve Kennedy and Dale Johnson. A special thanks to the many Estherville-area people who were involved on this project. Without your great backing, we would still be working to achieve our goal. It has been a wonderful experience for me to see the entire area involved in this drive to help a family in need. Thank you all. Karl Fisher, Chairman Hausmann Fund Drive Spirit Lake Around Iowa A big hornet's nest, larger than most, was found south of New London recently by Randy Miller — some 45 feet above the ground — according to some a sign of a "mild winter." During the counting of 6,496 catfish at the Diamond Lake fish feeding project during this past summer 34 albino catfish were counted. They ranged in length from 7.6 to 12.8 inches with an average length of 10.45 inches. Stanley Oviatt of Woodward was awarded for the fourth time for his volunteer service as an area weatherman. He was presented the 25 year U. S. Government lapel award for his service to our Nation by Paul White, Climatologist for Iowa, on behalf of Dr. George Cressman, Director of U. S. Dept. of Commerce Nat'l. Weather Serv. Stained glass is an ancient art that goes back at least a thousand years, and has become a symbolism of the Christian house of worship. One example is the beautiful French stained glass window on the East Wall of the Methodist Church of Parkersburg. It is nearly 20 feet high, was a gift from Charles Wolf in the late 1800's and cost $15,000. Familiar Landmark (From Wednesday) Yesterday's "Where Are You" picture had you standing at the base of the monument that stands in the courthouse square just north of the building. The DAR in 1911 dedicated this monument to the pioneers of Emmet County and to the soldiers who protected them from marauding Indians. A plaque at the base also states that the monument marks the site of the original Fort Defiance. The stone pillar was originally intended to grace the others in the front of the post office in the block north of this site. However, there was a chip in the stone column and the building inspector would not allow it to be used in construction. L N. Salyer, the builder, then gave it to the DAR as a memorial and constructed it with the adornments s*een at the top. CHIP HASN'". STARTED ON HIS NEWSPAPER ROUTE YET? ARCHIE THEY'RE WHAT WE • CALL " LATE BLOOMERS"/ SO WE PUT THEM IN . M»SS HAQGLY'S CLASS.J ^~~V «UU Z' SHE'SN WHAT WE CAUL.. . BEETLE BAILEY IM A WAY, BElM<& A 6ER &EANT IS LIKE BeiN<& A SCULPTOR I CONSIDER THE NEW RECRUITS AS RAW MATERIAL FROM WHICH X CREATE BEAUTIFULLY TRAINED SOLDIERS 'OF COURSE, LATELY THE RAW MATERIALS ARE | SETTING RAWER | AND RAWER Photo Album...of the Past... Headed for Winter Sports Festival? A one-horse snowmobile was driven by Hattie Hite and her son Lester in 1900, as they traveled over the bleak prairies toward the old village of Raleigh. This was a home made compact bobsled. The photo was given to the Emmet County His­ torical Society by Julia Hite Hanson who lives in a mobile home located west of Raleigh on property operated by her son-in-law, Ervin Rierson. The place originally was purchased by Julia's parents, Charles and Hattie Hite, for $36 an acre. By Hal Boyle There are Jobs ... and Jobs NEW YORK (AP) - A young man man starting out now doesn't have the pick of jobs he did a few years ago. Getting any kind of job seems to him today about the most important thing in the world. But there are jobs and jobs. If possible, a fellow should try his best to find one that he can fit into or grow into. Here, for example, are some jobs we wouldn't want to risk our future in: Teaching Casey Stengel the English language. U. S. Marine drill sergeant of a class containing Muhammad Ali. The fire insurance salesman who sells policies to wax museums. A cowboy in India, where cows have the right of way at all times. Guardian angel for Frank Sinatra. Mayor of New York City, when everybody in town is on strike except the street chestnut vendors. President of the United States, when half the people want you to get into a war and half of them want you to boycott it. A bomb inspector for the Saigon police department. A kilts salesman in Tel Aviv. A marriage counselor in an Eskimo village. Presidential campaign poetry adviser RIP KIRBY for former Sen. Eugene McCarthy. The men's charm school director who has the task of making Sen. Edmund Mus­ kie look both like a matinee idol and a homespun Maine potato farmer. A staff psychiatrist for Congress. Men's washroom attendant at a national convention of the Women's Liberation Movement. Entertainment chairman for any local chapter of the National Society of Embalmers. Quality control manager of any television network. City supervisor of morals in Las Vegas. Protocol adviser to Martha Mitchell. Leader of an emergency expedition to rescue the sinking U. S. dollar. Barber in a hippie commune. Tailor in a nudist colony. Yes, there are some jote that make a guy feel he'd be better off without—and just live on his unemployment check. i 7*<£*? t* Wat**? Today is Thursday, Jan. 20, the 20th day of 1972. There are 346 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in for his first full term in the White House. On this date: In 1265, England's Parliament, representing the English counties, met for the first time. In 1941, Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first U. S. president to be inaugurated for a third term. In 1801, John Marshall was appointed Chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Ten years ago: Antoine Gizenga, first vice premier of the Congo, who had been dismissed from his post, was returned to Leopoldville by United Nations forces. Five years ago: Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, visiting Vietnam for President Johnson, questioned the progress of the war effort. One year ago: Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird said expanded U.S. air activity in Cambodia was crucial to the success of American troop withdrawals from South Vietnam. FT: m v ) Klnj Ft.lurt. 5yndic»u. IKC.. 1972. World i.ghl. ...trv.d. "I promise you—if I am elected—things won't get any worse!" , ,9P e t r )' t a "y bod y wanna hear about my day at the office? " Esther Maid Grade A Dairy Products VIL'^'z.,: i

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