Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 19, 1972 · Page 11
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 11

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 19, 1972
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t - The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 31 Minimum yesterday: 17 WEATHER TODAY 8 A.M. Temperatures: 25 Wind, direction: NW Wind, velocity: 12 Wind chill factor: 8 9 A.M. 24 NW 12 ONE YEAR AGO High, 34; Low, 15 NORTHWEST IOWA Partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday. Lows Tuesday night 20 to 25. Warmer Wednesday, highs in upper 30s. Precipitation chances 20 per cent. Local Calendar TUESDAY Jaycees meet at Elks Club. TOPS— 7 p.m., City Hall. Cub Scout Pack 21- 7:30 p.m. at VFW Hall. Commandery— 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. WEDNESDAY Pinochle—2 p.m., Community Center. Estherville Past Noble Grand Club—6 p.m., annual covered dish supper, gift exchange, at IOOF Hall. VFW Auxiliary-8 p.m., Post Home. White Shrine—8 p.m. Masonic Hall. THURSDAY EEE Club—Noon, potluck at Mrs. Dorothy Gustafson's, gift exchange, bring cookies and recipe. Senior Citizens— Noon, potluck at Community Center. A r e a "C a 1 end a r 1 " *~ TERR1L WEDNESDAY— Junior Federated Women's Club meets with Mrs. Dick .Weniflg,j l bring.,Christ-- mas decoration and stocking. THURSDAY— 2 p.m., Lutheran Ladies Aid at church. Auto Registrations New vehicle licenses were issued to Berge Boe, Estherville, 1973 Ford truck; and Edward A. Meyer, Ringsted, 1972 Brute motorcycle. Warranty Deeds Shirley, Lela Belle to Peterson, Ruth N; E'/ 2 of N'/ 2 of L 6, Blk 2 Esther's Addn, Estherville. Brownlee, David & Susan to Iverson, Dwane D. & Linda L.; Tract in NE'/ 4 14-99-34. Lubker, Preston J. & Lillian to Fletcher, W. W. & Aleene; Part of SWV-i SEVo SI 1-99-34. Moore, Virgil E. & Madge R. to Moore, William B. & Carol L; Tract in S10-100-32 (Contract). Sjoblom, Michael & Barbara to Lilland, Hulda; Tract in C & NW RR r-o-w 16-100-32 7.61 acres (Q.C.D.) Shultz, Lee E. to Shultz, Esther S.; V 2 int in NE'/ 4 26-99-33. Stockdale, Jerome E. & Barbara P. to Stockdale, Barbara P; Tract in SWV 4 32-100-33. SEAMAN STEPHEN LEE CLABAUGH Clabaugh To San Diego Seaman Stephen Lee Clabaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clabaugh of rural Dolliver, has reported to Data Processing school at San Diego for 12 weeks of training* Clabaugh, enlisting in the Navy in October, took basic training at the Great Lakes. Seaman Clabaugh returned home Nov. 30 for two weeks leave before reporting to San Diego. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Jason Triggs, Todd Weber, Mrs. John Gould, Estherville; Mrs. Edna Oleson, Milford; Mrs. Ernest Lauritzen, Mrs. Roy Dunn, Armstrong; Maurice Jacobson, Graettinger. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Clarence Bland, Stacy Lange, Lisa Anderson, Bennett Rust, Steven Hassel, Estherville; Mrs. Robert Weires and baby girl, Alpha, Minn.; GeorgeBalmer, Welcome. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 18, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Peters, Estherville, a daughter, 5 pounds, 12 ounces. Born Dec. 18, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Miner, Estherville, a son, 6 pounds, 8 ounces. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday: Mrs. Harvey Walker, Lake Park; Zada Simpson, Mrs. K. B. Welty, Mrs. Jennie Hinders, Spirit Lake; Charles Lorensen, Mrs. Cora Schroeder, Milford. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Anthony Miller and girl, Earl Carlson, Fay Fronk, Mrs. Sadie Davis, Rudy Janzen, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Emma Murray, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Harvey Walker, Lake Park. Admitted Saturday: Robert Anderson, Milford; Mrs. Donna Sprague, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Fred Bowen, Okoboji; Zane Firkins, Emmetsburg. Dismissed Saturday:- Mrs. Dorothy Dahl, Raymond Hill, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Anna Rowe, Lake Park; Mrs. Robert Howell, Terril; Mrs. Violet Koob, Spirit Lake. Admitted Sunday: Claus Voss,' Lake Park; Mrs. Duane Martinson, Milford; Mrs. Fred La Fontaine, Arnolds Park; Harry Locey, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Verlin Simpson. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Anna Albertson, Mrs. K. B. Welty, F. Oscar Olson, Richard Ayres, Mrs. John Hageman and girl, Spirit Lake, Admitted Monday: Tonya Rinke, Cecil Richards, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Frances Billingsley, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Monday: Connie Overocker, Mrs. Jennie Hinders, Spirit Lake; Zane Firkins, Emmetsburg. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Dec. 15, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Truman, Spirit Lake, a son, 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Deaths DICKINSON COUNTY - Mrs. Lawrence Albert, 67, Arnolds Park, died Dec. 16, 1972. Turning Cars Collide Estherville police investigated an accident involving a car and a truck about 1:25 Monday afternoon. The accident happened at the intersection of Central Ave. and Sixth St. according to the police report. Doris Lucille Frick of Estherville had been parked in a parking stall and pulled ahead into a yellow zone. John Austin Logan Wallingford, driving a 1970 Dodge truck, had stopped for a red light. When the light turned green, both cars proceeded to turn right. The collison occurred when Logan failed to see the Frick car. Damage resulted to the left front fender of the Frick car. Available Ski Booklet "Ski Iowa, "a booklet describing snow skiing facilities in the state of Iowa, is available through the Tourism Division of the Iowa Development Commission. The booklet not only contains a list of skiing areas, but also their locations, hours, lift fees, vital statistics, and other information. "Ski Iowa" can be obtained by contacting the Tourism Division of the Iowa Development Commission, 250 Jewett Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50309. The Iroquois Indians seek the return of 26 wampum belts valued at $280,000. The wampum, some of which may be about 400 years old, is at the New York State Museum in Albany. A Jolly Talk Tammy Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Powell of Spirit Lake, took advantage of her parents' visit to Estherville Saturday for a visit with Santa Claus in his trailer house in the Library Square. Santa has set aside two additional days for visits to Estherville, from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday and from 1-3 and 7-9 p.m. Saturday.— Photo by Chuck Ostheimer Mrs. Ingvald Dalen Rites Wednesday at Graettinger Mrs. Ingvald (Elizabeth) Dalen, 69, Estherville, died at 4:30 a.m. Dec. 18, 1972, following a stroke. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Bethel Lutheran Churcli in Graettinger,„with, tjje Rev,, Otto Reitz,. officiating. Interment will be in Valley Vue Cemetery in Graettinger. She was born Sept. 26, 1903, at Graettinger to John and Martha Tolbertson Bondhus. She received her education in Graettinger. schools and was married to Former Estherville Man Dies Monday Frank Weeks, 86, Blencoe, Iowa, former resident of Estherville, died Monday, Dec. 18, 1972, at Onawa Hospital. Funeral services are to be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Congregational Church in Blencoe, after which the body will be brought to Estherville for burial. Graveside services will be held at3:30p.m. Thursday at East Side Cemetery with the Rev. Richard Pearson officiating. He was born Jan. 8, 1886, to Harvey and Mary Jones Weeks, at Greensburg, Kan., and was educated in Kansas. He was married to Maude Bright Sept. 10, 1910, in Wichita and she died in 1964. On June 28, 1964, he married Etta Comfort at Blencoe. He had come to Iowa in 1914 and farmed in Sac County and moved to the Superior community in 1938 and to a farm south- r: v.vf! ici Hor+h Dear Santa, Could you try to get me a real 4-10 Be-Be gun. I hope next fall I can hunt with my dad! And, could you try to get me a years supply of bullets and stuff to clean your gun with. We'll leave you cookies and chocolate, and carrots for your Reindeer. P.S., Don't eat too much or you can't fill up at my house. Yours truly, Ryan Baker. Dear Santa, I am 9 months old and have three older sisters. I have seen them eat turkey and dressing so for Christmas all I want is my to front teeth so 1 can eat with them. Mindy Ross Dear Santa, I am 0V2 years old, have been a good girl. I helped mommy put the balls on the tree. I hope you like it. I would like fashion boots, jewerly and new black shoes. See you Christmas eve Jodi Ross Dear Santa, I am 3V2 years old and tired to be a good girl. For Christmas I want a bubble gum machine with lots of gum. A new doll and clothes for her. Next year I'll try even harder to be good. Amy Ross west of Estherville in 1941. He retired in 1952 and moved to Estherville and then in 1964 he moved to Blencoe. He was a member of the Congregational Church in Blencoe. He is survived by his second wife; three daughters, Mrs. Henry (Evelyn) Eckhoff of Eagle Bend, Minn., Mrs. Myron (Eudean) Barnes of Humboldt and Mrs. Sydney (Lovella) Baustian of Burlington; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Walter Taylor and Mrs. John Waller of Wichita and Mrs. Clarence DeMoss of Augusta, Kan. He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife and two brothers and three sisters. Reese - Henry Funeral Home, Estherville, is in charge of arrangements here. Dear Santa, I am 2 years old, have been a good girl for mommy and ' daddy. I would like a new dolly and doll bed, a new dress would be nice too. Tracy Ross Dear Santa Claus, I have been a good boy and I want a racing truck and some racing cars, also air devil. I will leave you some cookies. Thank you Santa Claus. I love you. Garry Baker Santa, I am 6 years old and I am a good boy. School camper, Circus, record player, little cars. Bret Dear Santa Claus, , I want a GI Joe and a truck and a sled and a shaker P make. Mike Sheda Dear Santa, Torpedo game, Daisy Smoke Rifle, Big Horn Rifle, Supper Weelie, Sleeping bag. Chris Cook) in Dear Santa Claus, I would like a Barbie Beauty Center. I have been a good girl. My brother Mike would like a car to ride. Thank you Beth Cole Theodore Peton Dec. 28, 1926, in Spirit Lake, lie died in 1934. On April 10, 1945, she was married to Ingvald Dalen in Fairmont. She has taught rural schools around Graettinger and was postmistress at Graver for 25 years from 1939 to 1964. They moved to Estherville this year. She was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Graettinger. Survivors include her husband, Ingvald; four daughters, Mrs. .Harold (Fern) Ruppel,. Denver, itColo., Mrs. Doris McKay, Spirit 'Lake, Mrs. Lawrence (Joan) Wycoff, Estherville and Mrs. Mark .(Joan) Origer, Denver, Colo.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Byron (Clara) Kolfson, Graettinger, Mrs. Agnes Aanonson, Denver, Colo.; six stepsons, Leslie, Einar, Arnold, Erven, Kenneth and Alvin Dalen, all of Estherville; 37 grandchildren and 14 great­ grandchildren; two brothers, Tom Bondhus of Akron, Colo., and Sam Bondhus of Estherville; two sisters, Mrs. Sophie Peton of Graettinger and Mrs. Dora Thompson of Estherville. Her six stepsons will serve as pallbearers at the funeral services. Friends may call at Reese- Henry Funeral Home in Estherville at any time this evening and until 9 a.m. Wednesday. Daryl JSitchals Taking Basic Pvt. Daryl Nitchals, who entered service with the U.S. Marine Corps on Dec. 1, is now in basic training in San Diego. His address is: Pvt. Daryl Nitchals 479-60-3703, Pit. 1149 C Co. 1st Bn., MCRD San Diego, Calif. 92140. He is the son,of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Nitchals, Estherville. Return Check COAHOMA, Tex. (AP)- The cpry council of this West Texas town of 1,100 is returning to the U.S. treasury a check for $1,899 — the town's share under the new federal revenue-sharing program. Mayor Jack Cauble said that the check came with too many instructions and guidelines in the form of an eight-page pamphlet. "And the pamphlet said those were only temporary regulations and that permanent regulations were still to come," Cauble said, quoting from a letter accompanying the check the town sent to the Treasury. The letter added that "the conditions imposed for receipt and' use of the funds are substantial and completely unjustified in view of the apparently overlooked fact that this is our money we are getting back." The mayor said the council voted 3 to 1 to return the check after it found out that it would have to set up separate bookkeeping for revenue-sharing funds and a separate bank account subject to federal auditing. Wallingford Bonsteads Return from California By MRS. EARNEST SKATTEBO Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bonstead arrived home Saturday afternoon from a trip to San Jose, Calif., where they visited Mrs. Bonstead's sister and family. Mrs. Mamie Roseboro, Ledyard, accompanied them to Tucson, Ariz, where they attended the wedding James Skattebo, Alexandria, Va., arrived in the parental Earnest Skattebo home Saturday night for a pre-Christmas holiday visit. He took a serviceman to Omaha and stopped to visit the Duane Kropf family at Kimballton en route home. Mr. and Mrs. David Paulson and family, Waseau, Wis., plan to arrive here Saturday to spend Christmas with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Egeland and family of California are Christmas guests in the parental Amos Egeland and Ervin Matheason homes. Clarence Olson returned home Friday from the Spirit Lake Hospital. He had been a patient there since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 6ick Herum and Denny attended a wrestling meet at Brookings Saturday night. Steve, a college student at Brookings, plans to arrive home the 22nd. Kathy Skattebo, student at Waldorf College, Forest City, plans to arrive home Tuesday the 19th for the Christmas vacation. They will have 19-day vacation. James Nelson has gone to California to spend the winter months. The Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Brodin entertained the church council and their wives at a Christmas luncheon recently. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., DEC. 19, 1972 Page 11 The World at a Glance Bob Hope SEOUL (AP) - A serious Bob Hope stood at attention today and received South Korea's Order of National Security Merit, Third Class, from Defense Minister Yu Jae-hung. The medal, one of the highest peacetime Korean decorations, was for the comedian's contributions toward improving the defsnse of South Korea through his almost annual Christmas entertainment of U.S. and U.N. forces since the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950, the citation said. These visits greatly boosted the morale of American and other U.N. troops, the government said. Hope and his troupe arrived Monday. They are also performing for American forces in Thailand, Japan, South Vietnam and go to Bangkok Wednesday. Power Plants WASHINGTON (AP) - Rather than dirtyup the clear skies of the Southwest, the Interior Department today suggested that power plants using the region's coal should be built near the cities needing more electricity. A new report said that carrying coal from remote areas of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Nevada to population centers elsewhere in the country would cost about the same as building generating plants in the Southwest. Want Iowa Tax Relief From Revenue-Sharing DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Many Iowa legislators look upon the new federal revenue sharing program as a way to offer property tax relief to the people of Iowa — in addition to tax relief afforded by revenue sharing funds received by the cities and counties. Gov. Robert Ray last week received a check for $12.5 million as the first installment of $32 million expected as the state's share in the revenue sharing program to be received by the end of the fiscal year- June 30, 1973. And a like amount is expected annually in the future. In an Associated Press survey on spending the funds most state legislators answered like Sen. Rogert Shaff, R-Camanche, who simply said "property tax replacement" or like Rep. (Sen.-elect) Willard Hansen, R-Cedar Falls, who just said "reduce taxes." But others had specific suggestions for spending the money. "The annual allotment should be used where needs are greatest, including education, law enforcement, pollution control, conservation, and aid for elderly citizens," said Rep.-elect David R. Stanley, R-Muscatine. "I would like to see Iowa's share of the federal revenue sharing program replace county government participation in the funding of our social welfare program," said Sen. William D. Palmer, D-Des Moines. "I feel this would not only be a more appropriate way of funding our social welfare program, but would also produce some meaningful property tax relief on the local level," Palmer said. Sen. Mhwette Doderer, D- Iowa City, was even more specific, contending that $11.6 million of the revenue sharing money could be used for the state to assume the countie- share of Aid to Dependent Children, making ADC funding half from the state and half from the federal government. Several legislators said they felt that much, if not all, of the revenue sharing funds should be applied to school aid programs to reduce property taxes. But other legislators had more novel uses for revenue sharing funds. Rep.-elect Lester D. Menke, R-Calument. proposed using the funds to make education TV available to the entire state." Rep.-elect Willis E, Junker, R-Sioux City, said the funds should be used "where the greatest need is — for example there is discussion of bonding for roads. Revenue sharing funds can be used for this purposes." Stanley noted that because revenue sharing funds for the current fiscal year were not included in the state budget, this will result in a one-time "windfall" equal to double payments for one year. He cautioned that this year's revenue sharing payment should "not be used for continuing programs because this would push expenses beyond income after the windfall is used up." Stanley suggested the one year windfall be used to "increase the state's financial re-serve, acquire recreational land, build essential buildings or pay a Vietnam Veterans' bonus." Several Legislators agreed with the Vietnam bonus solution for spending this year's revenue sharing funds. A majority of the members of last year's legislature approved of the idea of a Vietnam bonus. But passage to a bill granting a bonus was deferred as legislators could not agree how to finance one. Rep. John II. Clark, R-Keokuk, is reluctant to fund any on-going projects with the revenue sharing funds. Corn Drying DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Warmer weather allowed many Iowa grain elevators to resume drying corn Monday as fuel was available for drying operations. Robert Skinner of Des Moines, executive vice president of Iowa Grain and Feed Association, said that once the temperatures got above 10 degrees for a while, the fuel situation eased and the elevator operators started back drying crops. The drying operations had been discontinued because of shortages in the state of both fuel oil and propane. State officials last week estimated that some 60 million bushels of corn had piled up awaiting drying. Eddie Fisher LkS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Entertainer Eddie Fisher has sued the operator of a hotel here for $2.1 million, claiming that the hostel cut short a contract for 17 weeks after three weeks of performances. Fisher filed the suit Monday in federal court against Caesars World Inc., operator of Caesars Palace. The suit contends the hotel breached a contract that Fisher would be paid $765,000 to perform at Caesars Palace for 17 weeks between April 4, 1969, and Oct. 5, 1972. The hotel refused to permit Fisher to entertain after a three-week appearance, for which he was paid $135,000, the suit charged. Fisher asked in the suit for payment of the $630,000 he says is owed him under the agreement, $500,000 in punitive damages and $1 million compensation for damage to his reputation. A Pastime LONDON (AP) - Prime Minister Edward Heath has another pastime besides sailing and music. His friends say he loves "Tom and Jerry" cartoons. A special consignment is on its way from Hollywood for a show he is giving for children at his official country home of Chequers. The bachelor prime minister will be at the performance his friends say, because he would never miss an opportunity of watching mouse-basher Tom and cat-batter Jerry go through their antics. The disclosure didn't impress opposition Labor ite legislator William Price who tried — and failed — a few days ago to get "Tom and Jerry" cartoons banned from television because of their "appalling violence," which he said was unsuitable for children. But Price noted Monday night: "The kids will be safer watching "Tom and Jerry" than listening to Mr. Heath talk politics." Scrambler Answer to Previous Puule ACROSS 1 Girl's name G Hinder 11 Soften in temper 12 Bellowed 14 Hebrew ascetic 15 Attract JG Pewter coins of Thailand 17 Meadow 19 Cribbage knave 20 Golf mound 21 Stale (ab.) 22 Obtain (dial.) 23 Reached destination 2G Implements 28 Pitch 29 Farm animal .'10 Abstract being 31 Auricle 32 Harsh sound 35 Ransoms 39 Ethiopian prince. 40 Help 41 Volume (ab.) 42 Ampere (ab.) 43 Pigeon pea 44 Domesticate 45 Hidden 48 Eaten away 50 Register 51 Warning devices 52 Rigid 53 Baseball, for instance DOWN 1 Court fool 2 Ancient Irish kingdom 3 Dregs 4 Hostelry 5 Workshops 6 Great fear 7 Ages and ages 8 Make lace 9 Candied sea-holly root 10 Shrink 11 Lariat 13 Obligations 18 Conclusion 24 Roman road 25 Weathercock 26 Natterjack 27 Hideous monster 29 Inattentive 32 Courageous 33 Bewail 34 Tower 35 Narrow inlet 3G Eluder 37 Instant 38 Winter vehicles 40 Muddle 44 Bull (Sp.) 46 Mr. Chaney 47 Certain railways (coll.) 49 Tear 1 Jk.

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