Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 25, 1972 · Page 5
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* Diaper rash causes fiance friction By Abigail Van Buron to \m Mr Chics vo TribtmsN. Y. Nnrt Synd., Inc.] DEAR ABBY: I would like your opinion on a statement my boyfriend has made to me. Let me preface by saying that our relationship is very serious, and we are considering marriage. We were discussing marriage and children, and I asked him if he would ever change a baby's diaper. He replied, "Absolutely not. Just the thought of it is revolting!" Abby, I am not saying that this particular task would be shared equally between us, but I would like to think that if I were not feeling well, or happened to be away for a few hours, my husband would assume the job if necessary. How do you feel about this? NAMELESS, PLEASE DEAJR NAMELESS: I think there should be some "changes" made before you have children. And for openers, one should be your fiance's attitude. DEAR ABBY: I have been married for 33 years. My husband is 62 and I am 58. Recently my husband lost his job because he had an affair with a young married woman who worked where he worked. My question: Should I write and tell our son the truth about his father? Our son lives in another state but will be coming home soon, and I'm afraid somebody might tell him. This is a small town and you know how people talk, and I'd rather have him hear it from me than from a stranger. Also, the young woman my husband had the affair with is still working there. Her husband is employed and I am not, and I am too old to dtart looking for a job. Do you think that's fair? UNHAPPY AT 58 DEAR UNHAPPY: No. If your husband wad fired because of the affair, the woman should have been fired also. Don't tell your son the reason for his father's dismissal. He may not hear about it. But if he does, tell him the truth. DEAR ABBY: I'll get right to the point: I've been a saleslady in the same store for 36 years, so you know I'm no kid. I've sold neckwear, blouses, costume jewelry and purses over the years. My pet peeve is the "looker". When I notice a customer is interested in something, I approach her with a smile and in a pleasant tone of voice, I say, "May I help you, ' 'Ma«ame?"" '"''~ '" Nine times out of ten, she will drop whatever she was looking at and say, "No thanks, I was just looking." Then she walks away. I suppose I should be used to.it toy now, but.it still burns me up. ..„..,.. ,. „ y ,,Why do women do this? "MISS B" DEAR MISS B: Because while "Madame" is trying to make up her mind, the salesperson interrupts her silent "should-I-or-shouldn't-I" debate, and Madame becomes defensive. She's afraid she'll be talked into a sale she may ilater regret. A better approach would be, "If you find something you like, I'll be glad to help you." Remember, all buyers were "lookers" first. DEAR ABBY: The ink is still drying on my final divorce papers, and already the neighbors and acquaintances are nosing around as to "why" we got the divorce, and "what happened?" It wasn't over "another woman," or "another man," and since I am the one who instigated the divorce, I am getting the "what happened?" question from all sides. I would really rather not offer any explanations because I feel it's nobody's business. How can I tactfully put this message across? SANDY DEAR SANDY: Simply say: "If yon will forgive me lor not answering, I will forgive you for asking." CONFIDENTIAL TO GOLDEN GATE GIRL: The man who is forever talking about what a great man he is with the ladies is usually doing what he does best. Talking. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TOES., JAN. 28, 1973 Pag* 5 Daily News Van Area Digs Out of Storm IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Frank J. Ellwanger, Deceased. Probate No. 4912 NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT ADMINISTRATION TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Frank J. Ellwanger Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 19 day of January, 1972, the last will of Frank J. Ellwanger, deceased, bearing date the 7th day of Nov., 1961, was admitted to probate in the above named court and there will be no present administration of the estate. You are further notified that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice or any Buch action thereafter will be forever barred. Dated this 19 day of January, 1972. Mary Petersen Clerk of the District Court Fillenwarth & Fillenwarth Attorneys for said Estate Date of second publication 1st day of February, 1972 SEAL (Jan. 25, Feb. 1) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ordine Olson, Deceased. Probate No. 4913 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Ordine Olson Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 19th day of January, 1972, the last will and testament of Ordine Olson deceased bearing date of the 27th day of July, 1971, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Adaline G. Olson was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 19th day of January, 1972. Adaline G. Olson Executor of said Estate 409 North 19th St., Estherville, Iowa Anderson & Pelzer Attorneys for said Executor Estherville, Iowa Date of second publication 1st day of February, 1972. (Jan. 25, Feb. 1) (Continued From page 1) home shortly after noon Monday but had to turn around and bring them back to town. Two buses slid into ditches west of the city. Estherville schools dismissed at 1:30 p.m. All buses were back by 3:10 p.m., with poor visibility the delaying factor. A few had to stop at intervals to await clearing. All children were delivered safely and there were no known problems this morn- More snow was expected to spread over the state from the west Tuesday night, when low temperatures were to be from around five below zero in the southwest to 15 to 20 Jielpw jteiro, In the northeast. Blowing and drifting snow is expected in the northwest quarter of the state. Highs Wednesday should be from zero to five below in the north to around 10 in the extreme south. The entire state recorded below zero temperatures Tuesday morning, ranging from 15 be- Says County School Heads Battling Bill DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Rep. Charles Grassley, R-New Hartford, charged Monday that certain county school superintendents are recruiting students in an effort to defeat a bill before the Iowa Legislature that would abolish the superintendents' positions. Grassley claimed some superintendents are encouraging teachers, parents and students to help wipe out the bill to abolish county superintendent posts. He said the effort is taking > the form of a massive letter writing campaign to save county school systems. Grassley said some superintendents are trying to "muddy the waters" by injecting emotionalism into the matter. He said he has received letters opposing the bill, including one purportedly written from one superintendent to another urging that he start a letter campaign in his dis- low at Spencer to one below at Lamoni. Highs Monday were from 20 at Sioux City, Mason City and Spencer to 34 at Burlington. Near blizzard conditions prevailed at many places in northern Iowa Monday, stranding several thousand school children. The strong winds also disrupted electrical and telephone service at scattered places in Iowa. Snow blowing in the strong winds cut visibility to near zero in some sections late Monday. One traffic death was blamed on the storm. Gevonne Rebuhn of Pocahontas was killed when her car collided with another vehicle about 10 miles south of TV Tonight Pocahontas. Highway patrolmen said visibility was near zero in the area at the time. A Greyhound bus and several cars were blown off Interstate 29 near Onawa, but no injuries were reported as all of the vehicles remained upright. In Des Moines, an Ozark Air Lines plane spun off the runway at the Des Moines Airport when it was caught by a gust of wind while landing on a flight from Minneapolis. But nobody was Injured. The storm stranded about 2,000 school students in the Algona and Humboldt areas. And road conditions left about 200 students stranded at Sheldon High School. Why the News was Late A collision between a car driven by James Morris, Spirit Lake, and a van driven by Terry Hanson, Graettinger, touched off a four-vehicle mishap one-half mile west of Superior Monday afternoon. The Hanson van headed east and the Morris car west with the two colliding nearly head on. A Bronco driven by Francis Ware, Estherville, then struck the Morris car and a station wagon driven by Damian Hamilton, Okoboji, struck the rear of the Ware vehicle. According to Marvin Loebach, highway patrolman, no charges have been filed at this time. Damage to the Hanson van, which was returning the Monday's Daily News from Spirit Lake to Estherville at the time, was to the front and left side, to the Moore vehicle to the front end, the Ware vehicle to the front, sides and rear and the Hamilton wagon to the front end. Pictured above are the van driven by Hanson and the Bronco driven by Ware. (Dally News photos by Chuck Ostheimer) Caucus Postponed Here; Muskie Takes Iowa Lead Dick Van Dyke, Carol Channing Spoof Football Presented by COMMUNITY TV SIGNAL CO. WEDNESDAY JEANNE — Comedy — 6:30 GLEN CAMPBELL - 6:30 p.m. p m> independent Cable Channel 7 TUESDAY The Democratic precinct caucuses to be held Monday night in Emmet County were postponed until Thursday night at the same time in the same places. Meanwhile, in those caucuses which were held around the state of Iowa, Sen. Edmund Muskie picked up 36 per cent of the initial ballots cast by delegates selected at the caucuses. There are more than 2,600 precincts In Iowa, but a severe winter blizzard lashed portions of the state causing postponement in more than a dozen counties. Muskie's total was based on 36 per cent of the 9,000 votes cast. Workers are still counting ballots this morning. Sen. George McGovern, South Dakota, had 25.6 per cent of the votes, again based on early returns. Others receiving delegate votes, based on 36 per cent of the Monday night balloting: Sen. Hubert Humphrey, D- Minn., 2.2 per cent; Sen. Henry Jackson, D-Wash., 1.2; former Minnesota senator Eugene McCarthy, 1.9; Rep. Shirley Chisholm, D-N.Y., 1.1; and the remainder scattered between New York Mayor John Lindsey, Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., and Alabama Gov. George Wallace. Would End Arrest For Victimless Crime ANAMOSA, Iowa (AP) Iowa Adult Corrections Director Noland Ellandson says Iowa's laws should be modified to stop the arrests of persons for crimes in which there are no victims. Ellandson spoke at a banquet at the Men's Reformatory here Saturday. He said the time has come to end the arrests of persons for victimless crimes such as drunkenness, vagrancy and the use of drugs. He said Minnesota has a lair prohibiting the Jailing at drunks, forcing communities to set up rehabilitation faculties to treat persons with alcohol problems. He said profits from liquor sales in Iowa could be funneled into alcohol rehabilitation programs in Iowa, and that similar programs could be established for drug users. CBS. SEARCH FOR THE NILE Special: 6:30 p.m. NBC. MOD SQUAD- 6:30p.m. ABC. STANLEY CUP '71 Special: 7 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. HAWAII FIVE-0 - 7:30 p.m. CBS. MOVIE — Drama— "Women In Chains." 7:30 p.m. ABC, CAROL BURNETT - 7 p.m. CBS NBC MYSTERY MOVIE-7:30 p.m. NBC MEDICAL CENTER - "Terror." 8 p.m. CBS MANNIX- "Moving Target." 9 p.m. CBS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Special: The Providence Friars take on the USC Trojans at Los W •" W C n ANTHONY CO SPECIALS F M f J 7A ™'~u M; , ,SlCaT ! ?° me ^ Angeles. 9 p.m. Independent Ca-Spectal: Dick Van Dyke and ble channel 7 Carol Channing. 8:30 p.m. CBS. j 0 HNNY CARSON- 10:30 p.m. MARCUS WELBY - 9 p.m. mc ABC. JOHNNY CARSON - Johnny re- FILMS - "Sporting Britain," turns from vacation. 10:30 p .m. and "Radio Bantu". 6:30 p.m. NBC. Cable Channel 11. writing trict. Car Said Inspections Incomplete DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Department of Public Safety has received several complaints about incomplete inspections under Iowa's new motor vehicle inspection law, Public Safety Director Michael Sellers testified Monday. The inspections became mandatory for all motor vehicles being sold retail in the state effective Jan. 1, 1972. Sellers told the Senate Transportation Committee that his department has licensed between 1,300 and 1,400 inspection stations within the state. "Presently, we are processing these complaints and will hold hearings to determine whether inspectors' licenses should be revoked or suspended," Sellers said. "We will have a hearing officer within the next few weeks," Sellers told the committee. ACROSS 1. Young elephant 5. Plants of no value 10. Missing G.I. 11. Apportion 12. Bar order 14. Tierney, for one 15. W.W. I cannon 20. January's birthstone 22. Filch 23. African antelope 24. Poet's word for region 26. Order's partner 27. Formed 28. Albee play 31. Presently 32. A baked pudding 38. Western show 39. Withered 40. Room or reckoner 41. Avon's earl DOWN 1. Part of a truck 2. Piercing tool 3. Card game 4. Whipped 5.1970 Oscar winner 6."— Gantry" 7. Highest note 8. June beetle 9. Porcine home 13. Something owed 15. Muscular strength 16. Small hotel 17. Foolish talk 18. Abiding place 19. Between the sheets 20. Slang term for money 21. Jai — 24. Mao or Chou 25. Varnish ingredient 27. Slovenly chap 29. Swerved aHi3H oraan . Hiar -jn raarawaa rawra E)@H ncia aramnun BOBBIN Has wninHnaai" XXWA ussy \mu Yesterday'! Answer 30. Discombobulate 32. Boy, it's cold! 33. Fish eggs 34. Seraglio chamber 35. Spread grass 36. Three (It.) 37. Longing Crushed Velvet Full Size Queen Size BEDSPREADS $20 $30 Machine Washable 1 CLEARANCE-Orie Group 1 BEDSPREADS Values $COO 1 to $10 ^0 Each One Rack of Men's Dress 1 LOAFERS & TIES 1 Values $ 88 I to $15 ^} 1 1 One Rack BOY'S SHOES 1 Sizes 8 1/2 $*JOO 1 to 3 Pacific Multi-Stripes 1 NO IRON SHEETS TW, 0?" $O 00 FLAT A Each J I

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