Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 27, 1972 · Page 8
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December 27, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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> _ _ The Weather Local Hospital OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: Minimum yesterday: WEATHER TODAY 8 A.M. 32 NW 6 32 i Temperatures: !Wind, direction: [Wind, velocity: iWind chill factor: 36 17 9 A.M. 35 NW 6 j ONE YEAR AGO | High, 5; Low, 0 NORTHWEST IOWA i Generally fair and mild through 'Thursday. Highs Thursday mid to (upper 40s. Low Wednesday night ;in lower 30s. Winds westerly at ;8 to 15 miles an hour Wednesday blight. Precipitation chances in 'per cent: near zero through JThursday. Local Calendar THURSDAY i Senior Citizens — Noon. Potluck dinner at Community Cen- FRIDAY ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Anna Reid, Eric Clark, Leslie Cook, Mrs. Marybelle Korlaske, Mrs. Wesley Hippie, Mrs. Anna Fagre, Misty Shryock, and Kelly Shryock, Kathleen Lenz, Estherville; Synova Nelson, Graettinger; Michael Arthur, LaVerne Farmer, Terril; John Isder, Swea City; Jerry Flink, Jackson. Dismissed Tuesday: Michael Ohrtman, Einer Jensen, Michael Weber, Estherville; Mrs. Edna Oleson of Milford, transferred to Rochester. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 26, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fay, Graettinger, a daughter, 8 pounds, 11 ounces. Born Dec. 26, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Tlam, Dunnell, a daughter, 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Born Dec. 26, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Bradeen, Estherville, a daughter, 7 pounds, 6 ounces. OPEN HOUSE - 7-9:30 p.m. 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Landmesser, at VFW Club, dance to follow. Area Hospitals 1 DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Fred LaFontaine, Henry Goetsch, Jami Dyhrkopp, Arnolds Park; Alfred iWedcking, Marilyn Munden, Mil- iford; Augustus Walrath, Spirit ;Lake. ; 1 Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Thomas Linn, Estherville; Mrs. Marie Kirby, Shahn Thompson, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Ellen Cordes Round Lake, Minn. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Dec. 26, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ellis, Spirit Lake.adaugh- tkt, 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Washington Trip for Sanderson : Paul Sanderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sanderson of Estherville, will travel to Washington, D.C., in January to experience a close-up look at the 'nation's political nerve center. •' Sanderson will be with a group 'of Luther College students, led 'fey Political instructor Donna -Jones Foster, who will have interviews and seminars with congressmen, lobbyists and journalists on the Washington scene. The students will also be in the Capitol during the inauguration of President Nixon. The trip to Washington is one of nearly 100 interim programs offered by Luther to its students during the year. NAVY SEAMAN STEPHEN L. Clabaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Clabaugh of rural Doliver, recently graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center at the Great Lakes. Earn Honors At Iowa Janice Kleen and Leland Tomlinson, both of rural Estherville, were among 51 University of Iowa seniors who earned special honors when completing their undergraduate studies Dec. 22. Miss Kleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleen, graduated with high distinction with a Bachelor of Science Degree and Tomlinson son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tomlinson, graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Academic standings in each U of I college are determined by taking an average of all undergraduate work. Students who are graduated with special honors must have completed 60 semester-hours of courses at the university. Schedule School Bus Drivers Clinic The Transportation Division of the Department of Public Instruction, in cooperation with the Iowa Highway Patrol, is sponsoring a school bus driver clinic Feb. 7 in Estherville. The clinic will be one of a series of 30 in Iowa which will include Buffalo Center on Feb. 5 and Emmet8burg on February 8. Arthur Roberts, director of the Transportation Division, said the aim of the clinics is to bring about a further improvement in the accident record of the drivers. School bus drivers, school administrators and school board members have been invited to attend the sessions, scheduled for 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in high school buildings. embarrasing "Dewey CliaHeS Jllfll Truman" headline of Mason City Mobile Home Firm Sells MASON CITY, Iowa (AP)The Bendix Corp. says it has signed a definitive agreement with Boise Cascase Corp. to buy the worldwide assets and properties of Boise's mobile home and recreational businesses, including a plant in Mason City. The acquisition includes a recreational vehicle plant here that makes motor homes under the Lifetime name and has 150 employes. A spokesman at the plant said the change in ownership would not affect its operations. The deal is to be completed Friday with a preliminary purchase price of $63.4 million. Bendix said the businesses it is buying will be operated as a wholly-owned subsidiary named Bendix Home Systems, Inc., with headquarters in Atlanta. Boise Cascade has a manufactured housing plant in Sigourney, Kingsberry Homes, which is not involved in the Bendix acquisition. Mellowed CHICAGO (AP) - The passage of years mellowed the breach between The Chicago Tribune and Harry S. Truman, the newspaper noted in recall ing its Defeats 1948. The Tuesday Tribune reported it recently prepared a gift for the former president, a plaque containing a replica of a Tribune front page of Nov. 3, 1948, with the erroneous banner headline announcing that Thomas E. Dewey was elected president. The erroneous headline appeared in some copies of an early edition that went to press on election night. Although Truman died before the plaque could be presented. To Korea U.S. Air Force Sergeant Charles L. Juhl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Juhl, R. R. 1, Estherville, Iowa, has arrived for duty at Osan AB, Republic of Korea. Sergeant Juhl, a radio communications analyst, is assigned to a Air Force support unit. He previously served in Italy. A1968 graduate of Lincoln Central Community High School, the sergeant attended Iowa Lakes Community College. KITCHEN AID DISHWASHERS Special Prices For Clearance Before The End of the Year! built-in dishuia/her/ the peopie> choice Superba model features 180' SanlCycle, patented Soak Cycle, 9-posltlon adjustable upper rack. new Hltchenflfd portable dlstuua/her/ TOP-LOADING PORTABLES Perfect for small or narrow kitchens. They open Up, not out Take a minimum of floor space, FRONT-LOADING PORTABLES Racks roll all the way out for easy loading. Handy work surface top. Convertible models may be built In at anytime. Ttrestone 801 Central, Estherville, Iowa Phone 362-3557 ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 27, 1972 Page 8 Several Legislators Favor New Department - TRANSPORTATION (Continued from Page 1) realistic study of Iowa transportation needs will show that we need both more four- lane freeways and more public transportation." Several others, however, indicated their support for a DOT was predicated, if not on anti- highway feelings, at least upon coolness toward Iowa Highway Commission practices. Rep.-elect Scott Newhard, D- Anamosa, said creation of the DOT would "provide alternatives to transportation needs, as opposed to the monopoly the Highway Commission has in this area." Answering a related question as to whether he would support increased appropriations for the Highway Commission and returning sales tax revenue to the Road Use Tax Fund, Sen. Gene Kennedy, D-Dubuque, . said he would support such a move "only if they prove to me that they recognize the needs of of enlarging the commission's northeast Iowa and intend to administrative appropriation, change their method of deter- Many indicated indecision on mining highway needs." both issues. And Rep.-elect Dennis Butler, R-Council Bluffs, said one of the reasons he supports the DOT concept is that he feels the Highway Commission "has been intent on representing the interests of the automobile rather than the people of the state." Sen. Minnette Doderer, D- Iowa City, said she would support a Department of Transportation "only if we can thereby emphasize public transportation more, rather than figuring out a way to allow everyone in the state to drive their own cars on bigger and faster highways." Lawmakers answering the questionnaire divided almost 50-50 on the issue of returning sales tax revenue to the Highway Commission and gave a resounding "no" to the question Her fellow party member, Sen.-elect William Gluba, D-Davenport, declared, however, that "we need an over-all coordinated system to meet all the transportation needs of the people of Iowa." And Rep. Joan Lipsky, R-Cedar Rapids, said such an agency is especially needed "to help develop commercial aviation for Iowa. The absence of such a department has probably contributed to the alarming decline in railroad service in the state." Leading the chorus of those who aren't convinced a DOT is- needed was Rep. Richard Welden, R-Iowa Falls. •'We need ove r-all transportation planning, but we can get that cheaper and faster without going to a DOT," Welden declared. He was the author in the last session of a resolution, proposed as an alternative to a DOT bill, to set up a select committee to formulate a comprehensive state transportation plan and policy. Both the bill and the resolution were shelved In favor of continued study of the DOT by a legislative committee. Welden didn't say whether he would introduce the resolution again. One veteran Republican legislator who asked not to be quoted by name turned thumbs down on the DOT because he is unhappy with previous governmental reorganization efforts. "Let's clean up some of the reorganization mess we presently have before starting another," he said. He was joined by Rep. Richard Norpel, D-Bellevue, who said reorganizations in the past "cost us more money." He cited the Iowa Liquor Control Commission, reorganized into the Iowa Beer and Liquor Control Department, as an example he said has been expensive for the taxpayers. Rep.-elect Adrian Brinck, D- West Point, expressed doubt that a state DOT could do ,much about mass transit problems. "Local government knows and should be able to decide on their local mass transport needs," Brinck said. But Rep.-elect Willis Junker, R-Sioux City, urged looking far into the future in considering whether a DOT is needed in Iowa. "We must begin to plan for the distant future when mass transportation will be the only viable means of avoiding in Iowa the serious problems now faced by the more populous states," he said. The infant baboon depends on its mother exclusively for both companionship and protection. McAdams All Sale Merchandise From Regular Stock Tuesday, Dec. 26th thru Saturday, Dec. 30th One Group All Wool MEN'S SUITS Values to *120 00 NOW ONLY MEN'S WINTER JACKETS REGULAR 14.98 NOW ONLY 10" REGULAR 26.98 NOW ONLY 18" REGULAR 48.00 NOW ONLY 37"* REGULAR 15.98 NOW ONLY 11 M REGULAR 27.98 NOW ONLY 19" REGULAR 49.95 NOW ONLY 38" REGULAR 16.98 NOW ONLY 12" REGULAR 29.98 NOW ONLY 23" REGULAR 55.00 NOW ONLY 44" REGULAR 19.98 NOW ONLY 15 M REGULAR 35.00 NOW ONLY 24" REGULAR 60.00 NOW ONLY 46" REGULAR 22.98 NOW ONLY 16 M REGULAR 39.95 NOW ONLY 29" REGULAR 65.00 NOW ONLY 48" REGULAR 24.98 NOW ONLY 17" REGULAR 45.00 NOW ONLY 34" REGULAR 75.00 NOW ONLY 54" BOYS' WINTER JACKETS REGULAR 10.98 REGULAR 13.98 NOW ONLY NOW ONLY "J88 088 REGULAR N ow 22.50 ONLY REGULAR 24.98 REGULAR 26.98 15 88 16 17 NOW 1 c88 ONLY NOW 1 ^ 88 ONLY REGULAR NOW 27.50 ONLY REGULAR 29.98 NOW ONLY REGULAR NOW 35.00 ONLY 22 88 19 88 2488 Entire Stock Of Woof Values NOW to 75.00 ONLY 4fc tffc A A MEN'S TOP COATS 39" BOY'S SWEATERS 4 88 6 88 Regular 7.00 Regular 8.00 Regular 8.98 Regular 9.98 88 788 MEN'S LONG SLEEVED V-NECK SWEATERS Values to 16.00 NOW ONLY BOY'S INSULATED COVERALLS - SIZES 12 to 18 ular 15.98 NOW ONLY FLEECE LINED MEN'S SNOW BOOTS Regular 18.00 NOW ONLY COLORED LEVI FLARES Don't Forget Sale Starts Tuesday, December 26th —Come Early For Best Selections Regular 8.50 NOW ONLY M c ADAMS C L O THING ALL SALES CASH - - - ALL SALES FINAL

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