Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 26, 1972 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 26, 1972
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Thanks, Folks! Among those awarded Appreciation Certificates at the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner Monday night were these representatives. From the left, Henry Larson for the Historical Society; Charles Bernard for the electrical department; Gene Rullestad for the extension service; Ron Riedemann for the YMCA; Fred Short, retiring director; Leo Lenz, retiring president; Barry Huntsinger for KILR and Martin Tlaedke for Community TV. Others cited included Wa-tan-ye, National Guard, KEYC, Estherville Daily News, Soil Conservation Service, City of Estherville, Gardston Hotel, Rainbow Girls and Future Farmers. Other retiring directors, Dr. Paul Larsen and Ray Clarey. (Daily News photo by Stan Brotherton) Drunk Driving Violations Climb More people were convicted of drunken driving in Iowa last year than in 1970. In fact, 6.3 per cent more. In 1971, there were 2,815 convictions compared to the 2,634 for 1970, an increase of 181 for the state. Emmet County took a jump from 14 convictions in 1970 to 35 in 1971, an increase of 150 per cent over the one year span while Dickinson County jumped three from 42 to 45, Kossuth County from seven to 11, and Palo Alto from 21 to 24. More persons were convicted in Black Hawk than any other county, 173, but the total dropped 21 from the 194 convicted in 1970. Pottawattamie County was second last year with 1280MVUI convictions while Polk County, most populous in the state, was third with 116. A total of 3,406 persons, an increase of 208, had their drivers' licenses revoked inthe state 'last year for drunken driving, with motorists convicted of OMVUI having their licenses revoked for a minimum of 120 days and up to one year. Besides losing driving privileges, penalties for first offense drunken driving may include a fine ranging from $300 to $1,000 and imprisonment in the county jail for a period up to one year, or both a fine and imprisonment. Second offense may be punishable by a fine of $500 to $1,000 and up to one year in the penitentiary, or both a fine and imprisonment. Penalties for third and succeeding convictions may be by imprisonment in the penitentiary for not less than one year, nor more than five years. For second and succeeding convictions a person, in lieu of regular penalties, may be sentenced to an alcoholism center for treatment. After treatment, a person is subject to being imprisoned and fined. It is mandatory that a driver have his license revoked upon being convicted of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Under Iowa* s implied consent statute, a person automatically surrenders his driving rights if ar­ rested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and refuses to submit to a test. The state safety department said there were 840 instances last year where a person refused to take the test under the implied consent law. Of the 3,406 licenses revoked, not including the implied consent figures, 591 of the motorists were from outside the state. Swine Specialists Will Conduct Ringsted Talks Specialists on swine production will be featured speakers at a meeting in Ringsted at St. John's Lutheran ChurcWVednes- day, Feb. 2, 1972, according to Gene Rullestad, County Extension Director. Topics to be discussed will include nutrition, feed additives, swine facilities and group ownership of swine facilities and production. Dr. Gene Rouse, Northwest Iowa Area Extension livestock specialist, will discuss nutrition in growing and finishing pigs. Dr. Emmett Stevermer, extension swine specialist from Iowa State University, will talk on reproductive nutrition and the use of feed additives in swine rations. He will also give a-colored slide presentation of different types of swine facilities currently being used by swine producers. Harald Petersen, vice-president and agricultural representative, of the Iowa Trust & Savings Bank of Estherville, will discuss joint ownership of swine production facilities. Petersen will draw on his experience in helping to formulate the Estherville Feeder Pig Corporation and discuss incorporating and financing, and the potential of fitting this type of PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY OF ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 1. Council Chambers, City of Estherville, Iowa. Monday, December 20, 1971, 7:30 o'clock p.m. A regular meeting of the council was held this date Mayor Linn Foderberg presiding. 2. ROLL CALL: Roll call showed the following members present: Baker, Kollasch, Brashear, S u m m a, Meyer — 5. Absent: Stockdale— 1. 3. MINUTES: On motion duly made, secnded and carried that the December 6th council proceedings be approved with the following corrections: 1. P. 129 Councilman Baker voted naye on the resolution regarding the farm fire rates. 2. P. 137 Councilman Baker made the motion on the final adoption of Ordinance No. 251. Also, that the minutes of the December 14 council meeting be approved as printed. 4. EXPENSE POLICY: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that we adopt the travel expense policy as presented by the Finance Director. 5. EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION: Employees representing the Employees Association, appeared before the council requesting a 5.5 per cent raise. The council asked the city manager to draw up job descriptions and salary recommendations to bring back to the council within 45 working days. 6. ASSESSMENT: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that the city contribute $696 to the Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities to support a legal and research fund. 7. HOLIDAYS: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that an amendment to the Personnel Rules and Regulations stating that Saturday holidays be celebrated on Friday be approved as of December 31, 1971. 8. REPORTS: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that all monthly reports with the exception of the Treasurer's Report be presented to the council at the second regular meeting of the month with the exception of the Treasurer's Report which will be presented at the first meeting of the month. 9. COMPUTER BILLING: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that we authorize the firm of Computoservice to give a 90 day trial basis of their billing service. 10. 1972 BUDGET: The Finance Director presented the council with a report of deficiencies in the 1972 budget. 11. BEER-LIQUOR LICENSE: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that the application, bond and fee for a class "B" beer permit and liquor license for People's Annex be approved. 12. BONDS: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that we approve the bonds for Mike Long, Finance Officer and Fred Christiansen, Deputy Finance Officer. 13. PLOWED-IN DRIVEWAYS: A report was presented to the council from Dan Elwood, regarding plowed in driveways. 14. FARM. FIRE CALLS: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that we adopt an amendment to the resolution regarding farm fire rates. Ayes: Summa, Meyer, Baker, Kollasch, Brashear Nayes: None Absent: Stockdale 15. ORDINANCE NO. 256: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that Ordinance No. 256, entitled, AN ORDINANCE, ESTABLISHING PRECINCTS AND WARDS WITHIN THE CITY OF ESTHERVILLE, IOWA" be introduced and read for the first time. 16. Ayes: Summa, Meyer, Baker, Kollasch, Brashear Nayes: None Absent: Stockdale 17. RULES: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that the rule requiring an ordinance to be fully and distinctly read on three different days be suspended in passing and adopting Ordinance No. 256. Ayes: Summa, Meyer, Baker, Kollasch, Brashear Nayes: None Absent: Stockdale 18. FINALLY PASSED AND ADOPTED: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that Ordi­ nance No. 256 be finally passed and adopted. Ayes: Summa, Meyer, Baker, Kollasch, Brashear Nayes: None Absent: Stockdale 19. WATER STUDY: The City Manager informed the council that the water study would be getting underway after January 1st. 20. MACHINERY: The City Manager informed the council that the machinery to remove the paunch manure has been installed at the screenhouse. 21. PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS: A motion was made regarding the discrimination paragraph on Page 9 Section 10 of the Personnel Rules and Regulations and was defeated for want of a second. 22. ADJOURN: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that the meeting adjourn. Sandra Thompson Deputy Clerk (Jan. 26) COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY OF ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 1. Council Chambers, city of Estherville, Iowa, Tuesday, December 14, 1971, 8:30 o'clock a.m. A special meeting was held this date, Mayor Linn Foderberg presiding. 2. ROLL CALL: Roll call showed the following members present: Stockdale, Baker, Brashear, Meyer— 4. Absent: Summa, Kollasch- 2. 3. POLICE JUDGE: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that we accept the application of Maurice Salyers for police judge at a salary of $1.00 per year. 4. ADJOURN: On motion duly made, seconded and carried that the meeting adjourn. Sandra Thompson Clerk (Jan. 28) livestock production to Emmet County. The meeting will start with registration, coffee and rolls at 9:15 a.m. A noon dinner will be served at the church (Dutch treat). Because of the noon meal, advance attendance notice is requested. Either call the Extension office (362-3434) or leave your name with LeRoy Hansen at the Coop. Elevator in Ringsted. All interested people are invited to attend. These roads occupy 1,105,011 acres, or 3.07 percent of the total land in Iowa. p Quotations STOCK MARKET ... FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE (10 A.M. AVERAGES TUESDAY, 11 A.M. AVERAGES OTHER DAYS) REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 45% Anaconda I6V2 Bethlehem Steel 29 3 A Collins Radio 15 3 /s Chrysler 29% Ford 71% Gen. Motors 81% Harvey Alum 14Vg Int. Funeral &Vs IBP 20V 2 IEL&P 19V 4 IP&L 2W4 Leasco 20% MMM 130y 2 Mobile Oil 54% North. Nat. Gas 44V 2 J. C. Penney 69V2 Rapid Amer 18% Reynolds Ind 61% Rexall Drug 48% Sears 98 Texaco Inc 34% United Brands 10V 2 U. S. Steel 31% White Motor 27 Winnebago 60% OVER THE COUNTER Artsway 7 1 /4-7% Cencor, Inc 2#A-2&/t Fortuna 6V 4 -6% General United 2%-2% General Growth 35-36 mini Beef 6% -6% Kayot ll^-J^ Life Invest 27-27 1 / 2 Payless Cashway ... 34%-35V4 Pennzoil Off. Gas 8%-9% Spencer Foods 11%-11% Westgate 8V 4 -8% Younkers 25%-263/ 4 DOW JONES AVGS. off 2.48 Transportation up .17 Utilities off .22 Volume 6,100,000 MILLER'S ReSa/e Burt, Iowa 50522 Half-Price Sale Continues—Pick up unsold items by Jan. 31. ALL UNSOLD ITEMS WILL GO TO A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION. NO EXCEPTIONS. We Accept items on MON. & WED. from 1 to 5 P.M. by appointment ONLY. No cards or letters. 10-5 Tues. thru Sat., 10-9 Mon., Burt, Iowa 50522- Phone 295-2967 Algona, 3V4 Miles North from Jet. 169 & 18. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN .mJ972 Save the Envelope! Protect Your Credit C AMES — It you've received postage-paid return envelopes or post cards from your credit curd companies recently, don't throw them away. They'll protect you from liability if your credit card gets lost or stolen. Under a new federal law ef­ fective Tuesday, Jan. 25, when your credit card is misused you are liable only if the company has sent a postage-paid notification statement for you to use in such a case, and you fall to notify them. Even then, the liability will not be more than $50. Since sending postage-paid mailers to every credit card holder is expensive, some companies are ignoring this part of the law, according to Mrs. Karen Hull, extension home management specialist at Iowa State University. They are taking a gamble Police Check 5 Mishaps Five accidents were investigated by city police Tuesday, each involving two or more vehicles. At 8:10 a.m. a car driven by Jeffery Lynn Weir, EBtherville, was struck in the rear while waiting to make a left turn from Central Ave. to 13th St. by a car driven by Wanda Marie Rosenburg, Estherville. Rosenburg was charged with failure to have her vehicle under control. Damage to the Weir vehicle was to the rear end and to the front end of the Rosenburg car. A car driven by Lelyse Lorene Moffitt, Estherville, struck a car driven by Gary Lowell Vigdahl, Dolliver, when backing from a parking stall in the 100 block of S. 5th St. at 3:40 p.m. Moffitt was charged with an improper start. Damage to the Vigdahl car was to the right front and the Moffitt car sustained rear end damage. Randy Steven Pomeroy, Estherville, skidded on ice at 506 N. 9th St. at 1:30 p.m. while traveling north and struck a parked car owned by Joan Ricke, Estherville, pushing the Ricke car into a parked car owned by Kerry Knudtson, Estherville. Damage to the Pomeroy car was to the right rear, the Ricke car to the rear end and the Knudtson car to the left rear. Cars driven by Everett Erlck Houge, Superior, and Chryl Ann Lundgren, Wallingford, collided while backing on S. 6th St. at 1:15 p.m. Houge was backing from an alley and Lundgren from a parking stall at the^time? * Houge's vehicle was undamaged Cattle Down; No Quote$ On Hogs The cattle and hog markets at John Morrell & Co., Estherville, are' 50 cents higher. 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $3.00 Corn No. 2 Yellow, easy Discount scale $1.04 New Oats 65c PRODUCE (Prices quoted below are for delivery at Estherville) Eggs, A large 17c Eggs, A medium 12c Eggs, B large 12c Eggs, undergrade 8c Eggs, A small 10c Eggs, No. 2 small 8c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers HI Choice to Prime Quotable $36.25-$36.75 Choice Steers .... $35.75-$36.25 Good Steers $32.25-$33.25 Prime Heifers Quotable $35.25-$35.75 Choice Heifers .. $34.75-$35.25 HOGS 210 to 230 Base No. 3 Hogs $27.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $28.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $28.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $27.00 Sows $23.50 while the Lundgren car received damage to the left rear door. A car driven by Ronald William Kolpin, Estherville, backed into a truck driven by Dennis Dean Kadera, Estherville, when backing from a parking lot on South 13th St. at 4:25 p.m. Kolpin was charged with improper backing. Damage to the Kadera truck Was to the left door and the Kolpin car to the left rear. Nixon's Proposal (Continued from Page 1) on's eight-point peace plan today, saying it promises a "just and lasting peace" for Vietnam. •The plan calls for Thieu to resign and for new elections to be held a month later with Communist participation. This was seen as a major concession on Thieu's part since the elections could result in a coalition government that would include Communists. "All of the political parties in South Vietnam, including the so-called National Liberation Front, can participate in the election and present candidates," he said in a broadcast. NIXON'S POLITICAL rivals and foes are, with few exceptions, rejecting the idea his newly disclosed peace plan is the long-sought key to the complex puzzle of the Vietnam war. Congressional reaction to Nixon's Tuesday night announcement from a declaration that the President's disclosure of secret negotiations with Manei was his finest hour, through doubts his offer would, be accepted, to a charge he has Jbeen "dealings lit. darkness to save hia own face and that of a -corrupt dictator." Of the several Democratic presidential contenders offering comment, only Sen. Henry M Jackson, D-Wash., gave the IV Tonight; . . President's new initiatives general approval. NORTH VIETNAM said today that President Nixon's Vietnam peace proposals offer "nothing new." "When analyzed," Radio Hanoi said in a Vietnamese language broadcast "it becomes clear that the basic U.S. plot and the U.S. stand has not changed in any way." The broadcast said the troop withdrawal offered by Nixon is "only a conditional troop withdrawal applying only to U.S. troops. It means that Nixon plots to withdraw U.S. troops, get back the U.S." POWs, but continue the U.S. war of aggression through Vietnam- ization and maintenance of the lackey clique of Nguyen Van Thieu." The broadcast said Nixon's plan for South' Vietnamese elections was "nothing but a repeat of the election farce of Oct. 3, 1971," in which Thieu ran for re-election unopposed. Carl Hay den Dies _MESA,. Ariz. CAP) — Former Sen. Carl T. Hayden, whose nearly 57 years of representing Arizona in Congress was the longest congressional term in the nation's history, died Tuesday night at the age of 94,,,, Trojans, Friars Battle On Television Special Presented by COMMUNITY TV SIGNAL CO. WEDNESDAY FILMS - "Sporting Britain," and "Radio Bantu". 6:30 p.m. Cable Channel 11. JEANNE — Comedy — 6:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7 CAROL BURNETT — 7 p.m. CBS NBC MYSTERY MOVIE-7:30 p.m. NBC MEDICAL CENTER — "Terror." 8 p.m. CBS MANNDC — "Moving Target." 9 p.m. CBS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Special: The Providence Friars take on the USC Trojans at Los Angeles. 9 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7 JOHNNY CARSON- 10:30 p.m. NBC THURSDAY FLIP WILSON— 7p.m. NBC. ALIAS SMITH AND JONES 7:00 p.m. ABC. PRO HOCKEY— The Minnesota Norm Stars take on the Canad- iens in Montreal. (Live) 7:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. IRONSIDE — 8 p.m. NBC. LONGSTREET - Crime Drama: 8 p.m. ABC. CBS REPORTS - Special: "A Night in Jail a Day in Court." 9 p.m. CBS. DEAN MARTIN- 9p.m.NBC. DRAGNET — Crime drama: 10 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. JOHNNY CARSON - Tentatively scheduled: Bob Reiner of "All in the Family." 10:30 p.m. NBC. MOVIE- Drama: "This Sporting Life." 10:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. that the losses they have to pay Will be less than the cost of the mailing pieces. K you dont receive a notification form, you won't have any liability. The company will cover any loss whether you notify them or hot. This new law means that statements on credit cards regarding liability for unauthorized use are no longer correct, added Mrs. HuU. ft is a good idea to keep a list of your credit card numbers and addresses and notify' the companies if your cards are lost or stolen. Formerly, notification was required to, protect you from liability; now it's necessary only if you have been provided with an envelope or post card. But it's safest to let the company know about losses no matter what, says Mrs. HuU. Even if you are sure you are not liable, you may have trouble proving that when the unauthorized bills start coming in. It's no fun to battle with a computer. All credit cards must have "proper identification," usually a signature or photograph, under the new law. Many cards already have this identification and those that don't will be changed, says Mrs. Hull. If a credit card does not meet the identification requirement and the company does not send you a new one, you will not be liable if it is misused. The new provisions are additions to the credit card amendment to the Truth in Lending Act which went into effect a year ago. That law limited liability for lost or stolen cards to $50. Now, credit card holders are protected even more, according to Mrs. Hull. Dale Carnegie Class to Open Next Monday Session one of the Dale Carnegie Course will begin at 7:01 p.m., Monday, Jan. 31 at the Legion Hall in Terril according to E. G. Presley, Dale Carnegie instructor. People from Lake Park, Arnolds Park, Spirit Lake, Milford, Spencer, Emmets burg, Ayrshire, Curlew, Estherville, Armstrong and Terril are in the class. Terril was selected as the central meeting point so that no member of the class would have to drive very far. The first session will be devoted to "How to Remember Names" and "Developing Courage." The public is invited to attend session one at no cost or obligation. If there is still room in the class, which is limited to 44, visitors may join if they choose. The Dale Carnegie Course is being co-sponsored in the area by the Arnolds Park Lions Club and the Iowa Lakes Community College as a public service. Anyone desiring further information about this class or the Dale Carnegie Course is invited to attend the first session or contact the Lions Club or ILCC. |p^££ 50 Extra Estherville * * 19th ANNUAL 5 Thrift Stamps With $3 cash purchase & this coupon Expires Wed., Feb. 2 Limit 1 coupon per car Open 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. We Honor all Approved Credit Cards HAMMOND OIL CO. JAN. 29 - FEB. 5 at the COLISEUM Sioux Falls, South Dakota Bigger and Better than ever! * LIVESTOCK SHOWS AND SALES Jan. 29-Bred Ewe and Market Lamb. Jan. 31-Bred Gilt and Market Barrow. Feb. 1-Herefords. Feb. 2- Shorthorn. Feb. 3-Angus. Crowning of Gr. Champ & Reserve Champ Steers; Champion Steer, Barrow and Lamb sale Feb. 3. Holstein Feb. 4. Charolais Feb. 5. * HORSE SHOWS Jan. 29-Appaloosa Show. Jan. 30-Arabian Show. Feb. 5-Quarter Horse Show. Jan. 29-Horse Sales: Appaloosa, Quarter Horse, and Arabian. * AFTERNOON EVENTS FOR LADIES Home Economic demonstrations and Flower Show will be of interest to the ladies. ( * NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Jan. 29-Flying Buckskins. Jan. 31 - Here's Barbershop with Sioux Emperians and Montevideo Music Makers. Feb. 1-Grand Ole Opry. Feb. 3,4, 5 - Yankton College Presentation of "Kiss Me Kate". FREE 50 RTRlWi GREEN STAMPS I 1 mm mm mm — — VII hhll i With $2.00 or More Purchase and This | Coupon Good Thru Wed., Feb. 2 JOne Coupon Per Car Per Week Please! ! BRINK OIL CO. I 1619 Central Ave.-Phone 362-9006 - Estherville | All Credit Cards-Open 6:30a.m. to 11:00p.m. | * * * # * * SO ESTHERVILLE THRIFT STAMPS With Purchase of $2.00 Or More And This Coupon jfThurs., Fri., Sat. - Jan. 27, 28, 29 * Not Good On Charges Or # Contract Accounts. | COAST TO COAST STORE * * * * * *

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