Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 20, 1972 · Page 4
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December 20, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 4

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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 20, 1972 PagC 4 FOR THE LOVE OF ALLAH, one might ask, what can James Hond be up— or down — to now? Nothing more nerve-wracking, as it turns out. than lining up a crucial putt the Sean Connery way. The actor was a participant in a pro-am golf tourney at La Manga, Spain. «Mf*fe* .ifftf^ -r' - s ^^wJ :3^ r ^" rviJrf^! ISI news visuals (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) SUPERSTAR of the 1972 Macy Thanksgiving Day Parade takes a trial flight before an appreciative audience at Rockmart, Ga. Inflated with 9,500 cubic feet of helium and 57 feet high, it is the second Mickey Mouse created by Goodyear for the annual New York City event. The first, featured in the 1934 parade, was 35 feet high. "THE FRANCIS BOYS," this group giving a concert in Milan, Italy, calls itself. They are six Capuchin friars, followers of St. Francis of Assisi, who live in a monastery at Viterbo. Guy Lombardo's "The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven" has some new competition. SGT. STRIPES ... FOREVER by Bill Howrilla CARNIVAL by Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox 'Poor fellow—he tried to take the car keys away from my wife!" "My Dad thinks a meaningful dialogue is not yelling so loud!" OFFICIAL PORTRAIT of the Apollo 17 crew with their Moon Rover at Cape Kennedy: Lunar Module Pilot Harrison Schmitt, left, Command Module Pilot Ron Evans, right, and Mission Commander Eugene Cernan, seated. Launch is scheduled for Dec. 6. «11F ALL THE PEACE TALK probably is a matter of wonderment for this GI on patrol in the muck near Long Binh, South Vietnam, where the foe has been active. Long Binh is about 18 miles north of Saigon. TWO ON A PARK BENCH means a romantic moment in China as everywhere else, no matter what Chairman Mao may say. Picture is by Pulitzer prize- winning photographer Dave Kennedy, a recent visitor to Canton. SOMEWHAT DEFLATED, Albert Poon extricates himself after flipping into a pile of tires during the sixth International Karting Prix at Hong Kong. No injury except to his dignity. Defending champion Gary Emmick of the United States won. THE BORN LOSER by Art Sonsom WINTHROP by Dick Covolli THE BADGE GUYS WHY DID VOL) BRING YOUR BABY TO WORK POLICEPERSON TRASK ? I THOUGHT t YOUR HUSBAMD CARED FOR HER. by Bowen & Schwarz BUT WHEW I FORGOT HIS V BIRTHDAY YESTERDAY, HE ) GOT UPSET AND WENT ^ HpAAE TO HIS FATHER] J

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