Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 9, 1973 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 9, 1973
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Dear Abby ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUBS., JAN. 9, 1973 Page 3 A Shower of Bath Arguments Charge Three in City Accidents By Abigail Van Buran » i *7i tr Cklcai* TrikwM-N. v. Ntwi Syirt.. Inc. DEAR ABBY: Germaine Greer is going to crucify you. She went on record as saying that a woman's natural odor is nothing to foe ashamed of, and any man who didn't like it could go jump in the lake. And now you come along with your statement that a man should bathe daily and a woman can't bathe enough! As the world's most widely read columnist, how are The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: -1 Minimum yesterday: -15 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -13 -11 Wind, direction: W W Wind, velocity: 3 3 Wind chill factor: -16 Precipitation: trace ONE YEAR AGO High, 37; Low, 20 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly fair and not quite so cold Tuesday night, lows 5 to 10 below zero. Partly cloudy to cloudy and a little warmer Wednesday, highs 5 to 10 above zero. Precipitation chances near zero Tuesday night, 20 per cent Wednesday. Local Calendar TUESDAY Wa-Tan-Ye - 6:15 p.m. Dinner at Gardston Hotel. TOPS - 7 p.m. City Hall. WEDNESDAY Pinochle — 2 p.m. Community Center. WWI Vets and Auxiliary — 6:30 p.m. Potluck, meat furnished, no gift exchange, at City Hall. Order of Eastern Star — 8 p.m. Regular meeting at Masonic Temple. THURSDAY Ladies Day — 10 a.m. at Holiday Mountain. Senior Citizens — Noon. Potluck dinner at Community Center. Travel and Adventure Series— * 7:30 p.m., Roosevelt Auditorium, "John Muir's High Sierra." Controversial Issue When Nurses Meet Controversial issues of family planning will be the topic for discussion at the monthly meeting of the Estherville Area Nurses' Association, which will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, in the meeting room of Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. The program will be introduced by Lois Coon and will include a film entitled "The Right to Live" and a talk by the Rev. H. Allen Wirtz on the subject of abortions. The association currently has a membership of 75 registered nurses in the area and meets regularly on the third Monday of each month. It is planned to present a continuous educational and informative program on nursing and health care at the meetings throughout the year, according to officers of the association. New association officers for 1973-74 are Ruth Sharp, president; Kay Roberts, vice - president; Eloise Berchenbriter, secretary; Ruth Sloniker, treasurer; Aileen Schacherer, program chairman; and Val Schroeder, past president. Attend Crash Victims Funeral Attending the funeral of Alden Stradling, 49, and Neldon Wood of Cedar Rapids, who were killed with three others in a plane crash Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1973, near Blairstown, were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mitchell of Estherville. Mr. Stradling was the father of their son-in-law, Bruce Stradling, of Cedar Falls. The Mitchells accompanied the Bruce Stradlings to the double services held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for Wood, a bishop of the church, and Stradling, a member. Stradling was pilot of the plane and Wood was co-pilot. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Cori Reiter, Travis Tague, Mrs. Cora Henaman, Henry Hupp, Estherville; Arnold Olson, Wallingford; KristenNor- ris, Mrs. Clara Waller, Graettinger. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Mary be lie Korlaske, Mrs. Carl Higgins, Craig White, Mrs. Robert Brunskill, Mrs. Richard Mayer, Estherville; Mrs. Lillian Bone, Swea City; Harold Christensen, Emmetsburg; Shelley Sondergaard, transferred to Spencer Hospital, Spencer. J. P. Court Donald Nagel, Blue Earth, fined $25 and costs for failure to have control of motor vehicle. Cheryl Roehler, Estherville, fined $10 and costs for having no operator's license. Everett Hurst, Estherville, fined $10 and costs for speeding. Benjamin Haigh, Estherville, fined $11 and costs for speeding. Debra Wolterman, Spirit Lake, fined $10 and costs for speeding. David Berchenbriter, Estherville, fined $20 and costs for failure to have control of motor vehicle. Larry Bates, Estherville, fined $10 and costs for having no registration on snowmobile. Dennis Nygaard, Spirit Lake, fined $30 and costs for striking unattended vehicle and failure to have control of motor vehicle. Area Calendar "DOLLIVER Thursday, 2 p.m. — Dolliver United Methodist Women at home of Mrs. Lee Holl. SUPERIOR Thursday, 2 p.m.—United Methodist Women at H. D. Griffee home. TERRIL Thursday — Lutheran Men's Club at church in evening. Thursday — Richloyd Lodge at Masonic Temple in evening. WALLINGFORD Wednesday — 9 a.m. Wallingford Legion Auxiliary at Legion Hall. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted ' Monday: Fred Dowden, Cecil Richards, Robert Holtz, Duane Belken, Spirit Lake; Charles Davis, Algona; Mrs. Gladys Shaw, Spencer; Mrs. Evelyn Garms, Worthington; David Dingel, Terril. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Anna Erickson, Shirley Hamilton, Milford; Mrs. Beth Smith, Okoboji. FAIRMONT— Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Alice Clark, Mrs, Cora Petersen, Fairmont. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Roy Clow, Truman; Mrs. Lillian Gerrish, Mrs. Ray Lockard, Fairmont; Michael Henneman, Guckeen. Admitted Sunday: Thomas Sokoloski, Harold C. Graham, Fairmont; Susanne Weig, Armstrong; Mrs. Dennis Guerdet, Swea City; Martin E. Oleson, Armstrong; Mrs. Walter Harder, Ceylon. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Marcus Berg, Edward Mutch, Fairmont; Paul Pidde, Humphrey; Reinhardt Wessel, Truman. JACKSON - Admitted Saturday: Paul Roggow, Delano Helmers, Emil Buresch, Jackson. Dismissed Saturday: Willard Gregory, Frank Kaderavek, Mrs. Dena Johnson, Mark Thobe, Jackson; Otto Goede, Mrs. Effie Hargan, Good Samaritan Home. Admitted Sunday: Elaine Krenik, Troy Schneekloth, Paul Lenz, Jackson; Gregory Vancura, Alpha. Dismissed Sunday: DelanoHel- mers, Mrs. Mark Helmbrecht and baby, Jackson. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Jan. 6, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Langford, Fairmont, boy, 7 pounds, 4 >/2 ounces. you going to defend yourself against Germaine Greer, the most outspoken proponent of Women's Lib? ABBY FAN IN BOSTON DEAR FAN: Germaine Greer can go to her mlkveh and I'll go to mine. [P. S. Mikveh means bath.] DEAR ABBY: I am mystified over your remarks on bathing. Thanks for enlightening me. I had always heard that all men were created equal. I never realized that women were born "dirtier" than men. I knew that a woman is paid less for doing the same job as a man, but until now I didn't know it was because she is offensive. I'm amazed at you, Abby. You must have water on the brain from spending so much time in the bathtub. S. K. H. DEAR S. K. H.: Men and women are NOT created equal—anatomically speaking. Unlike the male reproductive organ, the female's is an orifice which constantly produces a secretion which is normally somewhat odoriferous. She if not necessarily "unclean," but a woman who wants to be forever fragrant will not spare the soap and water. DEAR ABBY: In conjunction with your recent letter concerning bathing: Will you please stress the fact that MEN need underarm deodorants as well as women? My husband and I are square dancers, and I sure wish I could tell some of these men that it isn't their swinging that makes me dizzy, it's just the fact that I am holding my breath—and a gal can hold her breath just so long before she loses consciousness. Please print this, Abby. There are a lot of square dancers, and it could be a lot more fun. A SQUARE IN MICHIGAN DEAR SQUARE: Consider it done. It's not easy to star thru while you're holding your nose. DEAR ABBY: I am one man who wants to thank you for taking the stand you did regarding women bathing. Several years ago I had a secretary who splashed on cologne several times a day. [She probably couldn't stand her own odor.] Between the cologne and her body odor, she turned me against one of the world's loveliest fragrances. I kr.ew she didn't bathe much because her elbows were always dirty, and her filthy feet showed thru her hosiery! She was the talk of the office and altho her work was excellent I had to let her go. I frankly told her why, which didn't seem to bother her. I have let men go for me same reason. Some men may shower daily but they never use deodorant to take care of the perspiration acquired during the stress and strain of the daily routine, which is unfair to their coworkers. Forgive my typing. I typed this myself while my secretary was out for lunch. THE BOSS MAN IN COLUMBUS, OHIO DEAR ABBY: You told a correspondent that you were sure there were many men who had forgiven an adulterous wife, but you weren't prepared to cite name, rank and serial number. I submit one who not only forgave his wife, but he paid to get her back: Name : Hosea [husband of Gover]. Rank: Servant of the Lord. Serial Number: Book of Hosea, Chapters 1,2 and 3. J. B. IN CLYDE, OHIO PnMenu?- Trust Abby. Tor a personal reply, write to ABBY, BOX 69700, L». A., CAUF. 9006* and enclose a stamped, addressed envelope. Three persons were charged with traffic violations in four separate accidents in the city Monday. A Spirit Lake man, Archie Roy Rouse, was charged with improper backing following a two-car accident on North Sixth St. north of First Ave. N. The mishap occurred about 5:10 Monday evening, according to Estherville police. The accident happened when Rouse backed out in front of the path of a car driven by Albert Martin Hansen of Estherville. Hansen, driving a 1973 Chevrolet, hit his brakes but was unable to stop because of the snow packed street. Damage resulted to the right front fender of the Hansen car and to the right rear bumper of Rouse's 1971 Buick. An Estherville woman was charged with failing to yield the right of way in an accident investigated by Estherville police about 12:32 Monday afternoon. The accident occurred at the intersection of North Seventh St. and Fourth Ave. N. Linda Dale Mum of Estherville was traveling south on North Seventh St. when the 1968 Chevrolet she was driving was struck in the loft side by a car Unfriendly Atmosphere Surrounds Peace Talks PARIS (AP) - Henry A. Kissinger and Le Due Tho met for another negotiating session today as Hanoi warned that "there has not been any sign showing that the negotiations will reach any results." President Nixon's national security adviser was host to the North Vietnamese Politburo member at a house in St. Norn la Breteche, 10 miles west of Paris. Tho had been the host Monday when the negotiations resumed after a three-week suspension. The unfriendly atmosphere which surrounded Monday's meeting continued today. None of the North Vietnamese were outside to greet Kissinger on his arrival Monday, so none of the Americans were visible when Tho and his staff arrived today. However, the door was opened from the inside as the Superior Return from Christmas Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sheldon returned home Friday after a few weeks at the Wayne Sheldon home in Iowa City and the Bill Koop home at Clear Lake since before Christmas. Margery Beck of Estherville was an overnight guest of Dianna Wahlman Wednesday in celebration of Dianna and Dona's birthday. Karl a Foster was also a supper guest at the Loren Wahlman home. Loretta Wahlman left to resume her studies at Luther college at Decorah Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Worthington and family of Bloomington, Minn., recently visited at the Kenneth Thomson home. Dinner guests at the Donald Powell Sr. home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell of Jefferson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Powell Jr. and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martens and sons of Easton, Minn., called at the Loren Wahlman home recently. Mrs. Julia Potter arrived home Thursday after a visit at the Larry Potter home in Omaha and in George with her sister, Mrs. Bertha Nickleson of Brooten, Minn., who was visiting the Rev. and Mrs. Willis Nickleson. Susan Wahlman left for Concord, Calif., recently, where she will be staying with an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kathman and son of Waterloo recently visited at the H. F. Kathman home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude; Stratman were recent dinner guests at the Fred Clayton home in Estherville. North Vietnamese reached it, while on Monday Kissinger had to open the door to the Communist villa himself. As usual, neither side said anything about what went on in Monday's 4 '/2 -hour session. But Kissinger left the meeting without his usual smile, and there was was no public exchange of cordial farewells like those during the last round of negotiations in December. The North Vietnamese delegation in Paris talks said privately that the public displays of friendliness were dropped because of President Nixon's bombing campaign against Hanoi and Haiphong. Nhan Dan, the official newspaper of the North Vietnamese Communist party, said today •that Hanoi's representatives Iliad returned to the negotiations "with the seriousness and good will to bring about a correct solution to the Vietnam problem." But Nhan Dan made clear that Hanoi was still demanding the U.S. sign the draft peace agreement Kissinger and Tho worked out in October. driven by Christine Marie Nlsh- can of Estherville. Nischan, driving a 1966 Ford, was going west on Fourth Ave. N. and failed to yield the right of way and struck the Blum car. Damage resulted to the front end of the Nischan car and to the left side and window of the Blum car. Estherville police charged a Swea City man, James Michael Forshee, with failing to yield the right of way in a two-car accident at the intersection of South 18th St. and Third Ave. S. The mishap occurred about 1:00 Monday afternoon. Daniel Robert Klein, Estherville, was traveling east on Third Ave. S. when the 1967 Chevrolet he was driving was struck in the left side by a 1959 Chevrolet driven by Forshee. Forshee was traveling south on South 18th St. when the accident happened. A minor accident happened on South 11th north of Sixth Ave. S. about 9:15 Monday morning. According to police, George Raymond Eden Jr. of Swea City had just turned onto South 11th from Sixth Ave. N. when he struck a parked unattended car in the rear. The parked car, a 1969 Dodge, was owned by Fay Mann of Estherville and sustained damage to the rear end. Damage occurred to the right front of Eden's 1966 Ford. r Dr. K. L. Johnson Dr. J. J. Roberts OPTOMETRISTS Contact Lenses 362-4213 123 North Sixth Street Diagonal from the Post Office Where can you find a credit union to join? There's probably a credit union where you work. Maybe your community has a credit union, or maybe even your church. Over 300,000 lowans belong to credit unions, but about that same number don't use their credit union even though it's them. Most credit unions are located in the building where you work or close by. And one of the most important facts—you're dealing with friends at your credit union. Everything is kept strictly confidential. The next time you want to save or borrow money, whether it's for a new car, college loan or even a bill consolidation loan, visit with your friends at your credit union. It's where you belong! IOWA CREDIT UNION LEAGUE 3206 UNIVERSITY AVE. 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You can choose coverage of all prescriptions, or coverage of post-hospital prescriptions only. You can have either coverage for legend and/or non-legend drugs. And, you can choose deductibles that put the cost pretty much where you want it. Best of all, if you add Blue Cross and Blue Shield Major Medical coverage, too. you can have I.P.SC. prescription protection for next to nothing. FOR FULL INFORMATION, PHONE 51b. 283 H 150 OR WHI'l i IOWA PHARMACY SERVICE CORPORATION LIBERTY BUILDING DES MOINES. IOWA 6030/ I.P.S.C. PREPAID PRESCRIPTION COVERAGE IS SOLD AND SERVICED BY BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD.

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