Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 8, 1972 · Page 9
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 6 Minimum yesterday: -10 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -4 »2 Wind, velocity: 5 5 Wind, direction: N N Snow: 1 inch ONE YEAR AGO High, -16; Low, -20 NORTHWEST IOWA Partly cloudy to cloudy Tuesday night with chance of snow by morning, lows 2 below to 5 above zero. Snow continuing Wednesday, highs 10 to 15. Precipitation chances 30 per cent Tuesday night, 50 per cent Wednesday. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Hilja Ruhberg, John Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Hornby, Earl Barfoot, Ira .Carrier, Mrs. Myrtle Woodley, Estherville; Nichloas Sherman, Graettinger; Arthur Deim, Armstrong; Mrs. Robert Miner, Superior; Mrs. Nordein Peterson, Wallingford. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Nancy Scott and son, Superior; John Simonson, Ruthven. Death: Mrs. Lucille Huber, 64, Estherville. Local Births ESTHERVILLE — Born Tuesday: Twin daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moffitt, Estherville, 4 pounds, 12 ounces and 4 pounds, 14 ounces. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT - Admitted Monday: Mrs. George Clymer, Estherville^ Mrs. Gladys Lofgren, Fairmont; Wayne Langfbrd, Amboy; Clifford Gilbertson, Sherburn. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Vernon Burt and baby, Fairmont; Dr. W. L. Webb, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Monday: Lawrence McDeid, Alpha; Mrs. Jennie McNary, Fairmont. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Le•Jand Warner, Mrs. Ronald Harder and son, Mrs. Stella Watland, Jackson. Death: Mrs. Albert Stene, 72, Lakefield. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Monday: Cheryl Cherry, Milford; James Nelson, Spirit Lake; Gerhard Berger, Jackson; Mrs. Elizabeth Rubis, Terril; Rose Jones, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Monday: Clarence Halbur, Milford; Howard Dean, Damon Radcliffe, Mrs. Harold Stammer and daughter, Spirit Lake. Local Calendar TUESDAY Wa-tan-ye 6:15 p.m. Regular meeting at Gardston Hotel. North Star Lodge 6:30 p.m. Dinner. 8 p.m. Regular meeting at Masonic Temple. TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. Helping Care Center 7:30 p.m. Board Meeting at Methodist Church. Woman's Club-Fine Arts Dept. 7:45 p.m. General meeting with foreign exchange student as speaker at DEK building. Harmony Rebekah Lodge No. 55 8 p.m. Will meet at IOOFHall, Estherville Jaycees 8 p.m. Gardston Hotel. WEDNESDAY Bridge 2 p.m. Community Center. W.W. I and Auxiliary 7:30 p.m. Regular meeting at City Hall. Eastern Star 8 p.m. Ceremonial at Masonic Hall. THURSDAY Ladies' Day 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Skiing and noon luncheon at Holiday Mountain. For reservations call 2-9028 or 2-2264. Senior Citizens Noon. Potluck dinner at Community Center. Jaycee Ettes 7 p.m. Dinner— husbands invited at home of Mrs. Doug Pals. Knights of Columbus 7 p.m. Dinner at Elks. American Legion 7:30 p.m. Cribbage at Legion Hall. Degree of Honor 7:30 p.m. IOOF Hall. Bustle Rustlers ' 8 p.m. Caller Woddy Tighe at Elk's Hall. Retail Bureau Meejts Wednesday, The Estherville Chamber of Commerce Retail Bureau will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9 at the Gardston Hotel. The bureau will be setting dates for retail promotions for 1972. Thompson Dies WASHINGTON (AP) Llewellyn E. Thompson, a career ambassador who served in Communist Russia longer than any other American diplomat, is dead of cancer at 67. Thompson, who spent 11 years in Moscow during his 40 years in the foreign service, died Sunday evening. John Bondhus Rites Held at Fort Collins Funeral services were held Thursday at Fort Collins, Colo., for John S. Bondhus, 65, a former Graettinger area teacher-farmer. He died from a heart attack Feb. 1, 1972, at his home in Fort Collins. He had been in failing health for the past four years. Mr. Bondhus was born Sept 22, 1906, at Graettinger. He was married to Miriam Butler July 18, 1935 at Ames. He was graduated from St. Olafs College. From 1929 to 1937 he was coach and principal at Randall High School. He was superintendent of schools inLan- yon from 1937 to 1944. He moved to Fort Collins, Colo., from Graettinger and was a Fort Collins High School mathematics teacher until his retirement in 1969. While there, he obtained his master's degree at Colorado State University and joined St. John's Lutheran Church. He was elected to the Colorado Council of Math Teachers and the National Council of Math Teachers. Other survivors are a son, Marvin J. Bondhus, Denver; two daughters, Jo Ann C. Bondhus, Boulder, Colo.; and Barbara Bondhus, Fort Collins, Colo.;two brothers, Tom Bondhus, Akron, Ohio; and Sam Bondhus, DoIIi- ver; three sisters, Mrs. Dora Thompson, Estherville; Mrs. Sophie Peton, Graettinger; and Mrs. Betty Dalen, Gruver. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., FEB. 8, 1972 Page 9 Induction Reprieve Given to 11,000 Governor's Tour Through a car window, governor's entourage wended its way through the city's west side Saturday as the party viewed ice sculptures and visited the various events of the Winter Sports Festival. Lead car is driven by Police Chief Clarence Hackett, followed by governor's auto. (Daily News photo by Stan Brotherton) WASHINGTON (AP) - More than 11,000 young men who have received induction notices but haven't yet reported for duty were given a reprieve today by Selective Service Director Curtis W. Tarr. Tarr Instructed local draft boards to place the men who had received the draft orders, as well as 115,000 members of the 1972 Extended Priority Selection Group, Into the loss vulnerable Second Priority Selection Group. The action means they won't be drafted unless there is a national emergency. Affected are men whose original 1971 induction dates were postponed until the first call of 1972 or until further notice, as well as those whose postponements wore scheduled to end on a specific date before April 1. The 1972 Extended Priority Selection Group consists of men who became eligible for Induction in 1971 but did not receive induction notices. These men had to be at least 20 years old and holding 1-A classi­ fications on Dec. 31, 1971, with lottery numbers lower than 126. Under Selective Service directives, registrants with lottery numbers lower than the highest number reached during the year (125 in 1971) who become 1-A and liable to induction too late in the year to fill draft calls have their draft liability extended for the first three months of the following year. Since there will be no draft calls in the first three months of 1972, there will be no inductions from the 1972 Extended Priority Selection Group. Tarr also set lottery number 200 as a temporary ceiling for men facing possible induction during the remainder of 1972. Murder Charge CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa CAP) — Leona M. Munn, 41, of Cedar Rapids, has been given to Wednesday to enter a plea on an open charge of murder that was filed against her after her husband was stabbed to death Sunday. In-Service for Educators Here Twenty-eight area instructors attended an in-service program Tuesday, Feb. 2, at the Iowa Lakes Community College North Campus, featuring Dr. Lou Holloway, a professor at the University of Iowa. Topics discussed included: learning centeredness versus teacher centeredness, role of the teacher, communicating with adults, motivation? and perceived purpose in learning. Discussion periods were an integrated part of the program. Persons attending the session , included, • representatives from Holy Family Hospital in Estherville, Estherville High School, as well as Iowa Lakes Community College Continuing Education Coordinators, andHome Economics and Health instructors, High School completion instructors, and instructors from both North and South Campuses. Rites Pending For Mrs. Huber Services are pending at Fuhrman Funeral Home, Estherville, for Mrs. Lucille Huber, 64, Estherville, who died Feb. 7, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital. New Date for Foods Class The Extension "Convenience Foods" class scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 16, at the DEK meeting room in Estherville has had to be changed to Friday, Feb. 18, at the DEK. We'll see you ladies at 1:30; hope you can change your plans. Many Child Car Said Not Safe WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has found that more than 55,000 car seats for children fail to meet new safety standards. Involved are children's car s,eats ,i . made,. by. ,four, .manufacturers between last April and November. The new safety rules went into effect April 1. The manufacturers have agreed to take corrective action, NHTSA said. Cosco Household Products, Inc., of Columbus, Ind., and Frank F. Taylor, Inc. of Frankfort, Ky., are asking owners of the faulty seats to return them for replacement without cost. There are 9,600 Cosco and 2,900 Taylor seats involved in the recall, NHTSA said. The cutworm is not a worm but the larva or caterpillar of various moths. Debt Ceiling Is Tied to Tax Reform WASHINGTON (AP) - A multistage campaign to deny President Nixon a debt-ceiling increase unless he backs tax reform opens today in the House. The initial skirmish—which the tax reformers • expect to lose— will be before the House Rules Committee, which is considering legislation to increase the limit on Treasury borrowing from $430 billion to $450 billion. Nixon asked for a $50-bilHon increase, but the House Ways and Means Committee cut the figure to $20 billion to make sure the administration would have to come back for another financial accounting before the November election. Speaking for a group of liberal Democrats pushing the tax- reform issue, Rep. Henry S. Reuss, D-Wis., has reserved time before the Rules Committee to argue that it send the bill to the House floor Wednesday under procedures allowing him and his allies to offer an amendment. . j ,T h e i r proposed addition would require Nixon to submit a comprehensive income tax reform plan by May 1. i. The refbrm proponents expect the committee to turn them down and send the bill to the House with a no-amend" ment rule. They will try to defeat this expected procedural ruling, arguing that a vote against it is a ypte for tax reform; If .they lose again, they will try to defeat the bill itself. EXCITING BR0ADL00M DOWNS "OUT FRONT" DUPONT 501 NYLON PILE...UNUSUALIN DESIGN... SPARKLING COLORS... PRICED NOW TO SAVE YOU MANY DOLLARS! LIMITED TIME PRICE ... ONLY The second 3 minutes of a long distance call usually cost... more than the first 3 minutes. CD the same as the first 3 minutes. less than the first 3 minutes. (Bet you guessed wrong!) Tell the truth now. Did you guess "less"? 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