Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 26, 1972 · Page 15
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 15

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 26, 1972
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4 4 FISHING IN THE WANT ADS IS PRETTY GOOD!,' "I;""' l!" _ Endangers Down; Hogs AILY NEWS Notices 6 Real Estate 8 For Sale 10 Sporting Goods 18 56 TUESDAY, DEC. 26, 1972 PttgC IS 1 or 2 days 10c per word Three days 13c per word Four days 16c per word Five days 19c per word Each added day ... 3c per word Minimum ad $1.50. Rates are Tor consecutive insertions of same ad. Classified ads are Cash With Order. Bookkeeping charge of 50c for credit. $1 service charge if replies are taken by Daily News office. Display: 1 day per inch $1.50; each additional day, per inch $1.25; minimum display 2 inches. Classified ad users should check their advertisements the first issue they appear, and report any error at once as no allowance can be made after the first issue. Fast Well Drilling and Pump Repair. CLIFFS WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 NOTICE The Estherville Scrap Iron ft Metal Company! will be CLOSED all day Wednesday due to the Death of John Wycoff 56-1-6 Newer large 3 bedroon home. Located on extra large lot. 3rd bedroom is large upstairs dorm type. Kitchen with loads of birch cupboards and good size eating area. Large carpeted living ' room. Exceptionally nice and dry rec. room in basement. This house has had excellent care and reasonably priced. Contact Tex for more details. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eves. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 54-1-8 8 Track Stereo Tapes, top artists. 100 per cent Guaranteed. $3.99. GAMBLES in EsthervDle 17-tf-10 FOR SALE: Handmade articles, shown by appointment. 362-4335 or 362-2466. 51-4-10 FOR SALE: 8 track tape player. Borg-Warner, 4 channel, tapes and 2 speakers. 362-2734. 55-2-10 FOR SALE: 1973 Rupp 400. After 6:00 p.m. 362-4994. 55-5-18 FIREARMS POLICY 1) Advertising for hand guns is not accepted in the classified or display columns of this newspaper. 2) Advertising for mail order shipment of rifles or shotguns is not accepted in the classified or display columns of this newspaper. 56-1-18 Too Late To Classify Who Does It 9 Automotive 11 Mobile Homes 24 Farm Entertainment 1 TEEN DANCE Wed., Dec. 27 CY0 CHRISTMAS DANCE St. Patrick's Gym Estherville, Iowa "Shadrack" 9 P.M.- 12:30 A.M. 56-M Help Uff-Hf. JMale and O If anieO Female * HELP WANTED: Person with fiberglass experience or interested in learning all phases of fiberglass trade. Apply in person. Assembly person also needed. Inno- var Industries, Dunne 11, Minn. 56-5-2 Secretarial help needed. Apply in person. Innovar Industries, Dunnell, Minn. 56-3-2 HELP WANTED: Waitress or waiter, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., no Sat. or Sun. Experience not necessary. Apply at Mac's Cafe, 1226 Central Ave. , 56-3-2 NOTICE REGARDING SEX HELP-WANTED ADVERTISING In accordance with the rules adopted by the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, the Estherville Daily News no longer can accept Help-Wanted advertising copy which in any way expresses a sex preference unless the advertiser files an affidavit with the newspaper Justifying a sex preference on the basis of a bona- fide occupational qualification requirement. Affidavits may |be obtained by contacting the Classified Advertising Department. 56-1-2 Jobs Wanted WANTED: Upholstery to do in my home. Superior. 858-2432. 56-3-3 Three college boys looking for part-time work. Call 362-4177. 55-4x-3 WANTED: Babysitting in my home. Experienced. 362-3284. 53-5-3 Personal Our sincere thanks to friends and relatives whose sympathy and deeds helped us through our recent sorrow. To Rev. Pearson, personel on second floor at Holy Family Hospital and Dr. Vaubel. The family of Lowell Burg. 56-lx-4 For Rent FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. Call after 6 p.m. 362-5940. 56-2-5 FOR RENT: 2 room furnished apartment. Phone Christina Hanson, 362-3112. 52-tf-5 FOR RENT: Apartment, partly furnished. Skyline Motel. 3629026. 24-tf-5 Notices See our after Christmas sale ad in tonights Daily News, page 13. CHRISTENSEN'S 56 -1 -6 RUG-MATE shampooer not only rids carpets of soil but leaves pile soft and fluffy. Rentelectric shampooer. $1. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 56-2-6 FREE INTEREST until March 1,1973. Low down payment, no payment until April 1, 1973. Offer ends Dec. 31, 1972. This is on new John Deere Snowmobiles only. J. D. WEBB IMPLEMENT 56-17 USED TRACTORS Waiver of finance until March 1, 1973. IH — 1206 D. w-cab and heater. IH — 806 D. w-cab and heater. Di - 706 D. E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. 56-1-7 WHAT YOU'VE WANTED IN A TRACTOR Soft hydralic clutches Smooth, quiet engines Slow speed — Big engines Modern design Top resale. B & B IMPLEMENT CO. 56-2-7 FOR SALE: Purebred spotted boars. Tested R. E. Perkins. 858-2411. 52-4x-7 Try us for superior cleaning service at modest prices. CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 56-1-9 Formica countertops and cabinets. Phone 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 49-tf-9 AL60NA LIVESTOCK SALES •. J f. you,flr.e„tKirtk Lng„of, selling livestock either on Mon. or Thurs. Sales, Call: the office or res. phone of 4Ur«iU Spencer 515-295-7233; or Contact Lyle Benson, Ringsted, Iowa, who will be working our northwest area also. Phone 712-866-0618 early mornings or evenings. 55-1-7 It's McCleary's For complete Curtain and Drapery Service. Will bring samples to your home, measure and install with CUSTOM MADE DRAPES Select from NEW Waverly Fabrics NOW IN STOCK. Let us help you with your decorating problems. McCleary's 56-1-9 FOR SALE: 2 studded snowtires 7.75x15. Used 1 season. 3623779. 54-3-11 BRADSHAW & SHORT INC. BUICK & CHEVROLET FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS 362-2657. 246-tf-ll Real Estate 8 House, hardwood floors, 3 bedrooms, 1 down, 2 up. 1V2 bath. Livingroom, diningroom carpeted, both large. Kitchen, large den, garage, full basement. Near highschool. Priced to sell. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Office Ph: 2-4723 2-2494 2-3137 2-4820 2-5274 56-3-8 HERE'S A DEAL! Apartment building with 1,2, and 3 bedroom apartments. 2 car garage. Brings in $375.00 a month. 7 per cent mortgage can be assumed for very little. Price reduced to sell immediately. BAKER REAL ESTATE Office 362-3230 2-2763 2-4414 2-3862 2-3490 53-3-8 A DELIGHT TO SEE Is this carpeted 3-bedroom with dining area, many closets, full basement, garage, north location and priced at only $17,000. Several other nice homes to see. Call today. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 2-2123 Vernon Clark Res. 2-2346 G. Tostenson H. Croner 55-3-8 Don't merely brighten carpets . . . Blue Lustre them . . . no rapid resoiling. Rent electric shampooer $1, $2, $3. Hubacher Hardware. 56-2-10 FOR SALE: Lincoln welder, 220 volt, 225 amp., approximately 35 ft. cables. Smith cutting torch, tanks and cart 362-3913. 56-4-10 FOR SALE: 1 used Westbend humidifier. A-l condition. $29.95. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 56-2-10 HALL'S DECORATING CENTER 17 N. 6th St. 362-4664 Protect your carpet from winter dirt and mud. Get a self griping, clear, vinyl carpet runner. Don't forget our Craft Cellar 52-2-10 FOR SALE: Maytag wringer washer, square tub. 362-2438. 53-4x-I0 WANT COPIES IN A HURRY? Get 8 1/2 x 11 or 11 x 17 inch copies at the Daily News. 1st Add. Size Copy Copies 8>/ 2 x 11 25c 20c 11 x 17 50c 35c AILY NEWS 56-1-10 THIS IS FAST BECOMING CASE COUNTRY GOOD TRADE-INS 706IHC CAB DUALS $4500.00 406I-IHC W/L0ADER $2200.00 M - CHEAP POWER $ 400.00 1850G - W/DUALS $4500.00 1850D - W/CAB $4900.00 2150 - W/CAB A/C SHARP $9200.00 550 - OLIVER W/L0ADER $ 975.00 720G - JOHN DEERE $1750.00 A - JOHN DEERE, CLEAN $ 400.00 741CK CASE, LIKE NEW $4200.00 930CK CASE, CAB $4900.00 831 - CASE, GOOD $2800.00 801 - CASE $1000.00 930CK CASE, SHARP $5100.00- Use Investment Credit While You Have It. B & B Implement 202 S,. 6th - Estherville, Iowa - Phone 362-3646 BRINK OIL CC. 1619 CENTRAL AVE. Phone 362-9006 ALL CREDIT CARDS Open 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Daily SAVE SAFELY HERE 56-1-11 NEW ARRIVALS 1- 14'x70' 3 BR. Less than $9,000.00 completely furnished. 1— 14'x65' 2 BR. Beautiful front kitchen. 1— 14'x70' Deluxe 3 BR. Plus many other models. No down payment required. Green Acres Mobile Home Park & Sales. See Ken or Jack Burrell. Phone 362-5545 or 362-4238, Estherville. 48-tf-24 Food News 29 JO Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 Don't do it yourself! To be sure of adequate wiring or electric installations, call on us. We sell, we service, we install, we guarantee. MEYER ELECTRIC CO., INC. 56-2-12 FOR YOUR WIRING NEEDS Farm, commercial and industrial, call 362-2412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 56-1-12 Commercial— Farm— Residental Wiring. Garry's Electric. 3622590. Garry Culbertson. 56-3-12 Lost And Found 16 LOST AND FOUND Crisis and Referral Center Inc. Estherville, Iowa 7 Days a Week—8p.m. to 2 a.m. Free and Confidential "Problems Carry No Age Limit" Call 362-5897 For Someone Who Cares and Listens 17-tf-16 PICNIC PAC SPECIAL 12 Pieces Chicken 1 Pint Coleslaw 2 Loaves French Bread with Butter Enough for 4 Hungry People $ 3 98 THIS WEEK ONLY Pizza King 10 SOUTH Ut STREET FOR FREE DELIVERY Phon* 362-9072 56-1-29 Too Late To Classify FOR SALE: 2 Used G78xl5 Snow- tires. 2w, w-stud. Good Tread. $12.95 each. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 56-1-11 FOR SALE: One near new 1971 Moto Ski. 399cc, electric start. Double trailer used 340 miles. Hammond Oil Co., Lie. 56-tf-18 FOR SALE: Used 15 cu. ft. chest type food freezer. FIRESTONE 2-3557 56-1-25 1972 1972 1972 1971 1971 1969 1969 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1967 1966 1966 1965 1965 1964 1961 1950 1972 1970 1969 1969 1965 1963 1953 BUT THESE USED GARS HAVE TO GO! vinyl roof. vinyl roof. P.B., V-8. Dodge Charger. 2 dr. H.T., P.S., P.B., A.C. Mercury Montego. 4 dr. V-8, Automatic, P.S. Javelin 2 door hardtop. Automatic, P.S., P.B., A.C. Pontiac Catalina. 4-dr. P.S., P.B., A.C. Mercury Cougar. 2 dr. H.T., automatic, F.S., Ford Galaxie. 4 dr., V-8, automatic, P.S. Ambassador. 4-dr. Buick Sports wagon. P.S., P.B., A.C. Mercury Monterey. 4 door. Automatic. P.S., 2 to choose from. Pontiac Catalina. 4-door. P.S. Automatic. V-8. Pontiac GTO. 2 dr., 4 speed, bucket seats, vinyl roof. Ford Fairlane. 2 dr. H.T., V-8, automatic. Mercury Monterey. 4-door. P.S., P.B. Pontiac Catalina wagon. P.S., P.B. Ford Fairlane. 2-dr. Hardtop, V-8, Automatic. V. W. 2 door Bug. Mercury Monterey. 2-door. Buick Electra. 4-dr. LOADED. Rambler Station Wagon. Ford Tudor Deluxe. 6-cyl. overdrive. Collector's SEVERAL OLDER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM. TRUCKS Ford, F100. Explorer. Ford Ranchero. G.T., V-8, Automatic, P.S., P.B. Chev. El Camino. P.S., Automatic, V-8, Vinyl Ford F100. Farm & Ranch Special. Ford. F100 with topper Ford. F100 Ford F-250. Item. roof. 1972 Ski Doo TNT, 340cc Speedometer & Tachometer. 1972 Ski Doo 440cc Nordic 1971 Ski Doo 640cc Nordic 1971 Ski Doo Olympic, 399cc. FORD * Ford-Mercury-Lincoln-Ford Trucks 509 1st Ave. No., Estherville, Iowa Office 361>-2695 Jack Bixby-362-4266 Wayne Christensen- 362-3631 Dan Nelson- 362-5046 Jim Valen- 362-4484 OPEN 'TILL 9:00 P.M. THURSDAYS FOR YOUR LATE SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. Peace Steady NEW LISTING This L-shaped 3 Br. ranch style is located in NE Estherville. Big, eat'n kitchen with enough cupboards for all your dishes and pans. Livingroom carpeted. Closets space galore. Bath with lavinette. Add a 4th bedroom in the dry basement easily. Attached 2 car garage. Your call invited. TIMMINS AGENCY REALTORS Office Phone: 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 2-4783 56-3-8 NEW LISTING 2 bedroom home. North location. Priced under $17,000. Finished basement apartment. Immediate possession. CLAIR CLARK REAL ESTATE 1737 Central Ave. 362-4844 56-3-8 "REACH OUT" most popular NEW TESTAMENT AMONG TEENAGERS in America today Paper Back $2.95 Cloth $5.95 GOSPEL BOOK STORE 56-1-10 Pilot Missing By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A former minister at Conrad, Iowa, says a rescue operation continued Monday for his son who is missing on a flight over North Vietnam. Military officials said the missing pilot is Lt. William Wilson, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Owen Wilson, formerly of Conrad and now of Sun City, Ariz. Authorities said Lt. Wilson and his co-pilot, who wasn't identified, radioed last Friday that their F-lll fighter-bomber was encountering bad weather and was running low on fuel while on a mission. A radio station at Marshalltown, Iowa (KFJB) said Monday it had learned from the Wilsons that the two airmen had not been captured and were on the ground maintaining radio contact with rescue teams attempting to reach them. PUBLIC NOTICE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY OF ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 1. Council met in regular session called to order by Mayor Foderberg on Monday, December 18, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. 2. ROLL CALL - Roll call showed the following members present: Meadows, Ridout, Kollasch, Kolpin, Kultala— 6. Absent: None. 3. MINUTES — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the minutes of the December 4th council proceedings be approved. 4. CLERK'S REPORT - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Clerk's Report for the month of November be approved. 5. APPROPRIATION STATEMENT— On a motion duly made seconded, and carried that the Appropriation Statement be approved. 6. TREASURER'S REPORT — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the City Treasurer be asked to include an explanation to the council for the changes given the City Clerk regarding the differences between the October ending balance and the November beginning balance. 7. UTILITY REPORTS - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Utility Reports for November be approved. 8. PETITION - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the petition for suspension or remission of taxes on account of age or infirmity filed by Henry Klingbeil be approved. 9. ROAD USE RESOLUTION- On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the resolution stating that 75 per cent of the City's receipt of road use tax funds be used on the local street system instead of for the arterial street system. Ayes: Brashear, Kolpin, Kultala, Meadows, Ridout, Kollasch. Nayes: None. Absent: None. 10. PERMIT FEES - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the alternate fee schedule for permits be approved. A copy of said permit schedule is on file in the Code Enforcement Office. 11. ADJOURN - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the meeting adjourn. Connie Garrison City Clerk (Dec. 26, 1972) By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent As Leonid I. Brezhnev says, perhaps the new U.S. bombing campaign against North Vietnam endangers the new trend in Soviet-American relations. If so, it can mean also that the Soviet Communist party chief's own problems will multiply and he will face difficult times. This prospect is probably what made him sound like a man tiptoeing through treacherously thorny underbrush in his speech hailing the 50th anniversary of the U.S.S.R. Brezhnev's situation seems painfully uncomfortable. He is responsible for the policy that opened new channels to the United States. He has staked so much on it that it would be no surprise if he were desperately frightened of rocking the boat too much, lest it tip over. Yet rock the boat he must, at least to a point, because Brezh­ nev cannot in his position remain silent. At the least he must issue a pro forma denunciation of the United States and make it sound convincing. It might have sounded somewhat more convincing to the North Vietnamese and to Communists around the world if Brezhnev had denounced President Nixon by name. Brezhnev said that his summit with the President in Moscow last May was "a big step forward," and that the future would depend on events, particularly with regard to ending the Vietnam war. Thereafter he spoke of "American" crimes and outrages. One gets the impression that perhaps the President had alerted the Kremlin in advance about the plan to renew the heavy bombing, precisely so that Brezhnev would not overreact. Brezhnev did not react violently in his 3 '/2 -hour speech to an audience representing all the world's Communists except the Chinese. Bitter as his words might have sounded in some passages, he seemingly was careful not to say anything that could threaten severe damage to the currently developing pattern of U.S,-Soviet relations. The speech itself indicated troubles that could prompt Brezhnev to be careful and pitfalls he might face in pursuing his policy. Obviously there are hardliners in the Soviet Union who are unhappy with that policy, and these probably include influential military figures, representative of the voracious "metal eaters" who insist on priority of heavy industry to feed a constantly more powerful military machine. "The Soviet people highly appreciate and love their army because they know that they need a well-equipped army so long as forces of aggression exist in the world," he said. 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $3.87 Feb. Corn $1.28 Jan. Corn $1.28 Oats 80c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers High Choice to Prime Quotable $37.50-$38.00 Choice Steers $37.00-$37.50 Good Steers $34.00-$35.00 Prime Heifers Quotable $36.25-$36.75 Choice Heifers ... $35.25-$36.00 HOGS Base No. 3 Hogs $31.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $32.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs ... $32.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $30.00 Sows $25.75 I— Quotations STOCK MARKET . . . FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE 10:30 A.M. AVERAGES REPRESENT. STOCKS AT&T 52Vs American Motors &A Chrysler 39% Firestone 25% Ford 76% Gamble Skog 34% General Motors 78% Goodyear 31% Int. Funeral 5V4 Iowa Beef Packers 34 IEL& P 18% IP & L 24V4 MMM 84% Martin-Marietta 18% Mobil Oil 70 North. Nat. Gas 41% J. C. Penney 90% Pepsi Co 85% Rexall Drug 49% Sears 113% Texaco 37% United Brands 12 U.S. Steel 30% White Motor 13% Winnebago 25% OVER THE COUNTER Artsway 16%-17 Cont. Western Inc 11%-11% General Growth 21%-22 Huck Finn 8%-9V4 Tllini Beef 5%-6 Kayot ..' 7%-8 Life Invest 27%-27% Minerals Tech 6-8 Oltx 1% -2% Payless Cashway 34% -35% Pennzoil Off. Gas 9%-9% Spencer Foods 7%-8Vi Truck-O-Matic 6% -7% DOW JONES AVGS. up 1.05 TRANSPORTATION even UTILITIES off. 13 VOLUME 4,200,000. Find Body DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)The body of a 50-year-old Des Moines man, Guy Crumby, was found by police Sunday in a clump of bushes near the Des Moines River across the street from the police station. Variety Answer lo Previous Punlt ACROSS 1 Witticism 4 Diplomacy 8 Hardy heroine 12 Eggs 13 Margarine 14 Operatic solo 15 Writing implement 16 Nonexistence 18 Hires for service 20 Alleviates 21 European river 22 Persian tentmaker 24 Solicitude 26 Unruly child 27 Payment demand 30 Make evident 32 Cylindrical 34 Of the teeth 35 Rubs out 36 Before 37 Row 39 Fail to hit 40 Scryer 41 Courtesy title 42 Swordlike weapon. 45 Let go 49 Exaggerate 51 Franklin's nickname 52 Lengthy 53 On top of 54 Stripling 55 Grafted (her.) 56 Breathe quickly 57 Bitter vetch DOWN 1 Be dull and spiritless 2 Range part 3 Chinese orange 4 Scissorslikc instrument 5 Tropical plant 6 Examiner of a sort 7 Pedal digit 8 Turkic tribesman 9 Goddess of discord 10 Local position 11 Utters 17 Tidier 19 Catkin 23 Mother (Latin) 24 Surrender 25 Asseverate 26 Misrepresent 27 Beneficial 28 Shoshoneans 29 Headland 31 Supplies with food 33 Fiber plant 38 Printing mistakes 40 Twilled fabric 41 Slumbered 42 Shoe part 43 Shakespearean river 44 Proclivity 46 English school 47 Parch 48 Conclusions 50 Faucet 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 W 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 • r 21 • 23 24 25 P • > 28 29 36 _ | ! 33 34 1 36 • 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 26 s 1

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