Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 2, 1973 · Page 15
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 15

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 2, 1973
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WANT ADS SAY IT BEST! AILY NEWS Notices 6 Real Estate 8 For Sole 10 Sporting Goods 18 Revenue Sharing To Pay ADC Costs 60 TUESDAY, n JAN. 2, 1973 rage 15 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 for consecutive insertions of same ad. Classified ads are Cash With Order. Bookkeeping charge of SOc 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 INCOME TAX PREPARATION. Personal $5 and up; farm, business. Day and evening appointments, Dean Higgins, Acct., Call 362-5277. 57-tf-6 The ANNUAL MEETING of the Estherville Federal Savings ft Loan Association of Etlh»rvill«, Iowa Will be held on Jan. 17,1973 at 2 o'clock in the Association Office at 121 North 6th Street 61-k6 Help Uf MHt . JMale and 4 iraniOa Female * HELP WANTED: Waitress or waiter 5 a.m. — 1 p.m. or 8:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m. Apply in person, Hamburger Haven. 60-3x-5 HELP WANTED: Part-time typist. Apply in person Willett Bookkeeping, Parkview Clinic Building. 58-3-2 WANTED: Woman companion to spend nights with recent widow. Write Box 57 RW in care of Estherville Daily News. 59-2-2 Student wanted for waitress or water work 5:30 a.m.-8 a.m. Mon. thru Friday. 5:30 a.m.-l p.m. Saturday. Apply in person mornings at Stafford's Hamburger Shop. 60-4-2 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, Dunnell, Minn. 56-5-2 Jobs Wonted 3 WANTED: Upholstery to do in my home. Superior 858-2432. " * 60-3-3 For Rent FOR RENT: Nice 3 bedroom home. $125.00 per month. Start-, ing Jan. 15th. Near hospital. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Office Ph. 2-4723 2-2494 2-3137 2-4820 2-5274 60-4-5 FOR RENT: Nice 3 bedroom house at edge of Estherville. Call 362-5576. 60-3-5 FOR RENT: Downtown unfurnished apartment Call 362-2295. 60-4-5 FOR RENT: Nice furnished 2— bedroom apartment with garage. Utilities furnished. Available immediately. Lee Barnes Agency 362-5801. 60-2-5 FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bedroom apartment—close to college. Phone 362-5746 after 4p.m. 60-3-5 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment Jan. 1st. One or two adults. First floor, close in. 362-4335 or 362-2466. 59 -2X -5 FOR RENT: Apartment partly furnished. Skyline Motel. 3629026. 24-tf-5 Notices JANUARY Clearance Sale Friday & Saturday Jan. 4th & 5th FREE Coffee ft Cookies Register for Door Prix* [FABRICS ft VINYLS REDUCED 3 Pillowed ft Plain Foot Stools for Sale. Also Cotton, Dacorn Foam Rubber, Springs and Buttons made for Seamtress. Krenn's Upholstery 409 South 15th Phon« 362-3866 60-2-6 NOTICE EMMET REALTY CORP. ANNUAL MEETING Jan. 10, 1972 7:30 P.M. GARDST0N HOTEL 60-1-6 Form Authorized dealer for John Deere Snowmobiles and Ski Kart snowmobile trailers. J. D. WEBB IMPLEMENT 60-1-7 FOR SALE: 40 feeder pigs, 40 to 45 lbs. 336-2659, Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake. _ 57-7-7 FOR SALE: 80 feeder pigs, 30 lbs. Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake, 336-2659. 57-7-7 FOR SALE: 1800 bales alfalfa hay inside. 336-2659 — Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake. 57-7-7 ~Wttafr YOU'VE WANTED IN A TRACTOR Soft hydralic clutches Smooth, quiet engines Slow speed — Big engines Modern design Top resale B & B IMPLEMENT CO. 60-1-7 USED TRACTORS Waiver of finance until March 1, 1973. IH — 1206 D. w-cab and heater. IH — 806 D. w-wide frt IH - 706 D. E.VILLE EUPL. CO., INC. 60-1-7 FOR SALE: Schwartz hydraulic front end loader with universal mountings; 80" snow bucket and 42" material bucket. Set of tractor chains - fit 16.9 x 34 or 15.5 x 38. Excellent condition. 865-2152 Dolliver. 58 -5X -7 Real Estate 8 TAKE A LOOK Has carpeted living room, dining room, 3 bedrooms. Spacious family room, large kitchen, many closets and built-ins, garage, north location, priced in the teens. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 2-2123 Vernon Clark Res. 2-2346 G. Tostenson H. Croner 60-3-8 NEW LISTING Two bedroom, livingroom, din- ingroom, kitchen, bath and garage. North Sixth Street. Close in. Priced to sell. $8,750. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Office Ph. 2-4723 2-2494 2-3137 2-4820 2-5274 60-4-8 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 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 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 Need help in your BIBLE STUDY We have it in Commentaries, Concordances Bible Dictionaries GOSPEL BOOK STORE 60-1-10 8 Track Stereo Tapes, top artists. 100 per cent Guaranteed. $3.99. GAMBLES in Estherville 17-tf-10 CHILDREN'S SPORTSWEAR SALE Large group of winter sportswear. Now 20 per cent off regular price. Downstairs store. CHRBTENSEN'S 60-1-10 FOR SALE: FenderBassmanam- plifier and Fender precision Bass guitar. 262-7108 Spencer. 59-5X-10 Who Does It 9 Automotive 11 Drapes — slip covers — blankets — yes, we clean these items. Prices reasonable. CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 60-1-9 Call Dale King representee of Winona Monument and Marker Co. for Estherville area. 802 N. 11th St. Phone 362-4532. 59-2-9 Formica countertops and cabinets. Phone 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 49-tf-9 Easy Ways To Order Your Want Ads! 1. Phone In at 362-2622 2. Come In 3. Mail In For Sale AILY NEWS, 60-1-9J 10 FOR SALE: 8 ft toboggan. Phone 392-6676. -i ...... ,± ... ....... 60 -5X -10 FOR SALE: Used Philco Portable B & W T.V. FIRESTONE 2-3557 60-1-10 WINTER CLEARANCE SALE Save up to V2 price and more! Get the most for your money. McCLEARY*S 60-3-10 One of the finer things of life Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1, $2, $3. Hubacher Hardware. 60-2-10 FOR SALE: 3 R.C.A. Console stereos with 8 track tape decks. 15 per cent discount on these units. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 59-2-10 HALL'S CRAFT CELLAR 17 N. 6th St. 362-4664 We now have kits available in: Decoupage, candles, stainglass, needlepoint beads and many more. DON'T FORGET OUR DECORATING CENTER 58-3-10 It's Here! THE BEAUTIFUL WINTER ISSUE. . . I0WAN MAGAZINE featuring a . . . 4-PAGE SPREAD ON ESTHERVILLE'S WINTER SPORTS FESTIVAL HURRY! SUPPLY IS LIMITED! DAILY NEWS 60-1-10 FOR SALE: 2 used H78 x 15 Pathfinder snowtires. XNW, w- stud. All position tires. Excellent tread. Only $25.95 each. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 60-1-11 FOR SALE: 2 - 14 x 7.75 snow- tires. Taylor B. Sunde, 362-3472. 59-2x-ll BRADSHAW & SHORT INC. BUICK & CHEVROLET FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS 362-2657. 246-tf-ll FOR SALE: 1970 GTO. Very good condition, 52,000 miles. 362-2964. 57-5x-ll FOR SALE: 1967 Pontiac Le- Mans. V-8 automatic, 2-door. New radials. 866-2278, Ringsted. 58-3x-ll FOR SALE: 1970 Chev. Malibu. Phone 362-2540. 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. 60-1-18 Want To Buy 20 WANTED TO BUY: Used aquarium, 20 gallon or larger. Phone 362-3289 after 5:30 p.m. 60-3x-20 Mobile Homes 24 Just arrived 2 NEW 14' x 70' 3 bedroom mobile homes. Burrell Oil Co., Inc., 362-4238 or 362-5545. 59-10-24 Special End of Year Sale: No down payment 1972 models. Only 2 left. 1 -New 1972 Riviera 14' x 65' 2 bedroom, front living- room. Big Discount. 1 — New 1972 Star 12' x 64' 2 bedroom, front den. A good bargain now. Burrell Oil Co., Inc., 362-4238 or 362-5545. 59-10-24 Auctions FRIDAY, JAN. 5, 12:15 SHARP! Keith Griffith auction sale, 8 miles west of Jackson on Highway 16 and 2 '/2 miles south. Tractors, machinery & equipment. 85 Steer and Heifer calves, 360 Feeder pigs, Hogs. Snowmobile. Horse and Bridle; Hay and straw. Auct: Clair Clark and Ken Webster. Clerk: First Bank & Trust Spirit Lake. By WILLIAM L. EBERLINE Associated Press Writer DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Ending all reliance on local property taxes to pay aid to families with dependent children holds a lot of appeal for members of the 1973 Iowa Legislature. Any move in that direction, however, depends upon finding some other way of paying the bill, and there is no meeting of the minds on how it can be done. The most often expressed suggestion among the 87 legislators answering an Associated Press questionnaire was that federal revenue sharing funds be used to pay the counties' share of ADC costs which now comes out of property tax funds. Many of the same lawmakers, however, also want to use the $11.6 million Iowa has received in federal revenue sharing money to increase state aid to schools. The same money obviously can't be spent twice. That being the case, Sen.- elect Warren Curtis, R-Cherokee, said he doesn't believe the state can assume the part of aid to dependent children grants that are now paid out of local property taxes. ADC grants paid in Iowa in the 1971-72 fiscal year totaled $50.7 million and the state comptroller's office said the cost will be higher in the current fiscal year. The federal government paid $30.2 million of the total and the state and counties made up the rest — about $10.24 million from the state and a like amount from local property taxes. Thus it would take virtually all the state's allotment of federal revenue sharing money to relieve the counties of their 59-3x-ll U.S. Bombing Impact HURRAH! For a BRAND NEW YEAR It's great. We WISH you the VERY BEST of everything. 1972 was real good to us at BRADSHAW & SHORT INC. and we know 1973 will be even BETTER with the GOOD CUSTOMERS we have to do BUSINESS with, and we still have room for more. COME OUT ANDj BUY a NEW Chev. or Buick or a good USED automobile QUICK, we only have 363 days . LEFT in 73. BRADSHAW & SHORT Inc. BUICK-CHEVROLET 60-1-11 Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 Commercial— Farm — Residential wiring. Garry's Electric. 362-2590. Garry Culbertson. 60-3-12 FOR YOUR WIRING NEEDS Farm, commercial and industrial, call 362-2412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 60-1-12 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. 60-2-12 Lost And Found 16 Reward for return of Black Labrador, female. 8 months. Taken Dec. 30 in front of Maple Hill C.F.S. Plant by 1971 Mercury, gold with black vinyl hardtop. Call Jim Montgomery, 362-3997. 60-3-16 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 Sporting Goods 18 FOR SALE: One near new 1971 Moto Ski. 399cc, electric start. Double trailer used 340 miles. Hammond Oil Co., mc. 56-tf-18 NEW YORK (AP) - Retired Brig. Gen. Teleford Taylor, who was in Hanoi with three other Americans recently during intensive U.S. bombing attacks, says: "You can drive for miles through Hanoi and not w #ee any damage and then.sud­ denly come upon a virtual desert." "The bombing is quite heavier than anything I was under in London" during World War n, Taylor said. He added that'the total destruction was not so great because incindiary bombs were not used on Hanoi. "What you see in Hanoi is nowhere near what you saw in London or Germany right after the war," said Taylor, who was chief U.S. prosecutor at the Nuernberg war-crimes trials. He said the recent Hanoi raids caused "extensive but concentrated" destruction of many nonmilitary facilities. "We saw a hospital, housing Truman Campaigned In Spencer The late President S. Truman honored Spencer with a nationally covered visit during the 1960 political campaign, and with him came truth to all fiery character allegations ever made. Pres. Truman spoke on behalf of the Democratic presidential and vice presidential candidates, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. He arrived on Saturday, Oct. 8 and was greeted at the Spencer Municipal Airport, attended a press conference attended by representatives of the New York Times and the United Press (now United Press International), a luncheon at the Grace United Methodist Church and spoke to an estimated 5,000 people at the Spencer fieldhouse. The speech was basically a political speech in favor of the Democrats, and Mr. Truman blasted Republican agriculture policy in his own inimitable fashion. He said that past performances had proven the falicies of Republican farm policy and if Republicans were elected again "the people would have only themselves to blame." However, it was in the press conference that Mr. Truman exhibited his mastery over interviewers. At one point, a spectator yelled out "Are you going to give them hell Harry?' Truman replied, "I never give them hell, 1 just tell the truth and they think it's hell." At another point, a lapse in the news conference arose, and Mr. Truman quipped "What's the matter boys, run out of soap?' developments, residential areas as well as airports shattered and virtually erased," Taylor told a news conference Monday after a two-week stay in the North Vietnamese capital. Taylor, now a professor of law at Columbia University, returned Sunday night with folk- singer Joan Baez; the Rev. Michael Allen, associate dean of the Yale University Divinity School, and Barry Romo, national coordinator of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War. The group carried Christmas mail to American prisoners of war and returned with 600 letters from the POWs in North Vietnam plus 30 from men said to be held by the Viet Cong in South Vietnam. Their trip was sponsored by the Committee of Liaison with Families of Servicemen Detained In North Vietnam. The group visited 13 prisoners of war in a camp in Hanoi after one of the raids and found the men repairing a roof that had been damaged by shrapnel. Miss Baez said prisoners told her that fellow inmates had been injured in the raids. "One of the detained pilots had been there for about four months, and he kept saying, 'What's happening? I thought the war was going to end on Oct. 30,' " said Mr. Romo. Allen said he was convinced that the bombing was aimed at civilian as well as military targets. "There's no question that the bombing is extremely accurate," he said. North Vietnam had reported more than 2,000 civilians killed in the raids over the Hanoi and Haiphong areas when President Nixon halted the attacks Sunday after 12 days. Pentagon and administration officials denied the North Vietnamese charge that nonmilitary facilities were targeted. Cold Water Cave Lovely GRINNELL, Iowa (AP) - Iowans rather than scientists from other states or nations would probably be inclined to investigate the research potential of Cold Water Cave near Kendallville, says Dr. Kenneth Christiansen, a Grinnell College biologist. He said it's unlikely that scientists from elsewhere would want to visit the site, except to probe specific problems. Dr. Christiansen investigated the cave Dec. 20 and took away several specimens. "There are parts of it that are very lovely," he said of the cave Saturday. The scientists said the cave could offer much as a state resource— a tourist attraction that would draw visitors to its colorful rocky interior. share. Sixty-two of the 87 legislators answering The Associated Press questionnaire, however, said they would support legislation to have the state pay the county share of ADC costs provided an acceptable means can be found to raise the money. Only five opposed the idea and the rest indicated indecision. Several said they are hoping Congress will enact a program similar to the family support plan proposed by President Nixon, under which the federal government would assume the whole cost of the ADC program. That was the reason given by Rep. Richard Drake, R-Muscatine, for opposing action by the legislature to make the state assume the county share of the cost. He intimated he doesn't think the legislature should spend time on the problem if the program is going to take it over. Several of those answering the questionnaire hinted that shifting the financing of ADC costs away from property taxes isn't exactly a top legislative priority. Rep. Joan Lipsky, R-Cedar Rapids, said only 21 per cent of ADC costs are paid from local taxes and Rep. William Monroe, D-Burlington, said property tax is "only minimally involved." Sen. Roger Shaff, R-Camanche, said he didn't think all local support of ADC should be removed. "There should be some local effort to provide local incentive for policing," he said. Rep.-elect David Stanley, R- Muscatine, agreed, but where Shaff said he would go along with a shift, Stanley said he was opposed to it. "There will be more interest in controlling welfare costs if local taxpayers have a direct stake," Stanley said. Sen.-elect John Nystrom, R- Boone, obviously concerned over recent reports that Iowa may lose some federal funds for inadequate steps to curb cheating in the ADC program, declared that "we MUST control ADC." Nystrom and Rep.-elect Senior Totte,. R-Decorah, said they would favor income tax revenue to supplant the property tax support for ADC, but Rep. Richard Norpel, D-Bellevue, urged a sales tax boost instead. "I believe that everyone has an obligation to help the poor. I also believe that a sales tax is the fairest tax, as then everyone is paying," Norpel said. Sen.-elect Leonard Andersen, R-Sioux City, said property tax financing of ADC could be accomplished by "being more active in screening" applicants, using part but not all of the state's federal revenue sharing funds and eliminating two of Iowa's four state mental health institutes. Sen.-elect John Murray, R- Ames, was one of those with reservations about the whole question. Cattle Are Up Today; Hogs Steady 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $4.03 Feb. Corn $1.29 Jan. Corn $1.27 Oats 80c CATTLE (By John MorreU & Company) Steers High Choice to Prime Quotable $38.25-$38.75 Choice Steers .... $37.75-$38.25 Good Steers $34.75-$35.75 Prime Heifers Quotable $37.00-837.50 Choice Heifers .. $34.50-$36.75 HOGS Base No. 3 Hogs $29.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $30.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs ... $30.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $29.00 Sows $24.00 r—Quotations STOCK MARKET . . . FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE 10:30 A.M. AVERAGES REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 52% American Motors 8% Chrysler 41% Firestone 25 '/2 Ford 79 '/8 Gamble Skog 34% General Motors 82'/s Goodyear 31% Int. Funeral &h Iowa Beef Packers 33% EL&P 18V2 IP&L 24 MMM 86 Martin-Marietta 19 Mobil Oil 75 North. Nat. Gas 41% J. C. Penney 91 3 /4 Pepsi Co 87'/ 2 Rexall-Drug 50Vs Sears 117% Texaco 37 VB United Brands 11% U. S. Steel 31'A White Motor l&A Winnebago 27 OVER THE COUNTER Artsway I6V2-I7V4 Cont. Western Inc. ... 11%-12 General Growth 21%-22V <1 Huck Finn &k-&k mini Beel 5%-6VB Kayot -"fih&h Life Invest 27%-2&A Minerals Tech 7-9 Olix 2-2% Payless Cashway ... 38V 2 -39V2 Pennzoil Off. Gas 9%-9% Spencer Foods 7%-&k Truck-O-Matic 7-7 l k Dow Jones Avgs., up, 12.04 Transportation, up, 2.36 Utilities, up, 1.12 Volume, 7,910,000 On the first anniversary of the Declaration of Independence a formal celebration was held in Philadelphia. Organized after only two days of preparation, the response was enthusiastic. Warships in the Delaware River were dressed with flags. At one p.m., crews were ordered aloft on "tops, yards and shrouds, making a striking appearance of . . . men drawn up in the air," wrote John Adams. Olio Aniwer fa Previous Puule ACROSS 1 Torrid 4 Musical quality 8 Identical 12 Food fish 13 Lifetimes 14 Pastries 15 Negative prefix lCBestraddles 18 Makes three times as much 54 Nothing 20 Growing out 55 Breather 21 Feminine appellation 22 Footed vases 24 Getius of 36 Cents (ab.) 37 Rave. 39 Precept 40 Judicious 41 Evergreen 42 French river 45 Car shelters 49 Interweave 51 Guido's note 52 High cards 53 Heating device 56 Search for 57 Make lace vertebrates 26 Not new 27 Girl's name 30 Gloss 32 Island in the Aegean 34 Dinner course 35 Rubs out 1 Suggestion 2 Smell 3 Certain habitations 4 List of contents 5 Molding 0 Centaur (myth.) 7 East (Fr.) 8 Twirls 9 Opera by Verdi 10 Encounter 11 Essential being 17 Melt down 19 More ignoble 23 Lease anew 24 With (Fr.) 25 Aperture 26 Plastic ingredients 27 Rebellious 28 Christmas carol 29 Caama 31 Weirder 33 Feminine appellation 38 Nullify 40 Wrench 41 Monstrosity 42 Falsifier 43 One time 44 Followers 4G Skin affection 47 Pseudonym of Charles Lamb 48 Seasoning 50 Masculine nickname 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 • 20 I 2 ' • 24 25 • • • V 28 29 36 31 1: 33 34 •35 36 ••39 40 42 43 44 •145 47 48 42 43 44 • 47 48 48 50 51 52 53 54 66 56 57 2

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