Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 16, 1973 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 16, 1973
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Iowa in Brief ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUBS., JAN. 16, 1973 Page 5 The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 39 Minimum yesterday: 31 WEATHER TODAY 8 Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Wind chill factor: A.M. 34 S 15 16 9 A.M. 37 S 15 ONE YEAR AGO High, 6; Low, -26 NORTHWEST IOWA Partly cloudy and unseasonably mild Tuesday night and Wednesday. Lows Tuesday night in lower 30s. Highs Wednesday around 50. Precipitation chances near zero Tuesday night, 10 per cent Wednesday. Local Calendar TUESDAY Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Violette Anderson, Mrs. Leslie Stinar, Mrs. William Zumach, Lloyd Anderson, Estherville; Thomas Chris>- tiansen, Armstrong; Jeffrey 01T son, Wallingiord; Mrs. G. M. Tenderum, Graettinger; Mrs. Roger Wilcox, Buffalo Center. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Niels Petersen, Arthur Steinhorst, Mrs. Francis Van De Walle,' Douglas Wagner, Mrs. Clarence Radtke, Mrs. Bessie Loveland, Mrs. Millie Neet, transferred to Good Samaritan Center, Estherville; Isidor Fuentez, Philip Fuentez, Superior; Lloyd George transferred to Veterans Hospital at Minneapolis, Rlngstod. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Jan. 15, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Gary BoAaparte Fears Second Ice Jam Eide, Estherville, pounds, 10 ounces. son, 6 TOPS - 7 p.m. City Hall. Commandery Meeting — 8p.m. Masonic Temple. Jaycees— Meet at Elks Club. Elks Club - 6:30-7:30 p.m. Couples night at Elks. / WEDNESDAY PEO — 1:15 p.m. Dessert, 2 p.m. Meeting, at Mrs. Jno. E, Greig*s. Pinochle -t 2 p.m. Community Center. White Shrine — 8 p.m. Masonic Hall. VFW Auxiliary — 8 p.m. Post Home. "' THURSDAY Area Hospitals - Ad- Ladies Day — 10 a.m. Holiday Mountain. Area Calendar ESTHERVILLE AREA , Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. — Harmony Rebekah Lodge NoL 55, installation of officers. Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.— Extension class on "Responsible Consumer"'at DEK building^ Wednesday, 2 p.m. — Estherville Township Farm Bureau Women at Mrs. A. B. Rosen- bergefv :"" r SUPERIOR Wednesday, 2 p.m.—Culture Club IFWC meeting at Charles Leupold home. I TERRIL Wednesday, Junior Federated Women's Club with Mrs. Darwin Olson, bring baby photos of self and husband. Thursday—Circle One, Morning, Mrs. Kenneth Dingel; Circle Two, Afternoon, Mrs. Russel Clark. Deaths DICKINSON COUNTY mitted Monday: Sandra Anderson, Spencer; Mrs. Niels Petersen, Willard Hively, Estherville. Dismissed Monday: Merl Steinberger, Duane Belken, Wayne Schuette, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Timothy Matthews, Terril. FAIRMONT - Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Bernard Lampe, Bancroft; Mrs. Earl Hoffmeyer, Armstrong; Dale Lockwood, Swea City. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Raymond Theesfield, Armstrong; Anna C. Johnson, Dolliver. Admitted Sunday: Thomas Foster, Fairmont; Sidney Moore, Trimont; Donald Charnecki, Guckeen; Mrs. Roger Elzenga, Windom. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Donald Totzke, Mrs. Richard Jorgenson, Mrs. Ralph Efinger, Fairmont; Mrs. Kenneth Morris, Welcome; John Koch, Trimont; Clarence Rezac, Dolliver. JACKSON - Admitted Saturday: James Jackout, Jackson., Dismissed Saturday: Heather Goering, Mrs.' William' Berg, ' Jackson. Admitted Sunday: Kathy Tyrrell, Jackson. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY- Born Jan. 15, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Primavera, Spirit Lake, a daughter, 6 pounds, 4 ounces. FAIRMONT — Born Jan. 13, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Morse, Ceylon, a girl, 8 pounds, 4 '/2 ounces. Warranty Deeds BONAPARTE, Iowa (AP>An ice-jammed Des Moines , River which overflowed with a ' wall of water and "pounced' 1 ! upon this small southeastern Iowa community was watched carefully early Tuesday for nutf ther flooding. J I; "They're scared down ther^'. The ice is still out there, just like a big giant ready to pounce on the town," said Van Bcren County Sheriff Orville Le^ in Keosauqua Monday night. ' He said at least 25 families had been evacuated from their homes Monday "and several businesses have loaded their stuff out." "It's terrible," Lee continued. "You've got to see it to telieve it." He said the river overflowed about 8:15 p.m. Sunday after ice slabs up to eight inches thick broke loose upstream at Chillicothe and choked the river, causing it to overflow its banks. "The water came ip four to six feet," Lee said,;"and two feet of it went into tie business and residential area) in Bonaparte. Then it dropped back out about an hour later to about 10 inches in . the /residential areas." But even though the water level had dropped Monday, Lee said, Bonaparte residents "are still scared becaise there's a lot of ice out thereyet." "It's back four miles west of Bonaparte yet, aanost to Bentonsport. The i<e is way up high—higher thin the banks- just jammed up;ight." Lee said representatives of the Iowa Natimal Guard and the U.S. CorjS of Engineers were standing by in event of emergency, and that he planned to hive "a car on the scene all niglt." Road Bonds I /'the abolition of most mandatory wage and price controls last Thursday, says the IRS. Strother Scott, head of the economic stabilization program in Iowa, said 'Many of the increases may have occurred before Jan. 11 (when the mandatory controls were lifted) and the violators will be prosecuted." He also warned Iowans that even though all rent controls were lifted last week, landlords must still honor leases. Tenants whose rents are increased before their leases expire should also contact the IRS, Scott said. In an interview Monday, Scott said his office will complete prosecution of all cases that were pending when the controls changes were announced. Last Thursday, President Nixon abolished rent controls and mandatory wage-price controls except in the food and health industries. Lobbying DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-A bill to require monthly disclosures by persons or organizations engaged in lobbying in the Iowa Legislature was filed Monday by Sen. Gene Glenn, D- Ottumwa. The bill would require disclosure of fees, expenses and names of recipients of these expenses. The information filed by the lobbyist would be a public record and failure to file, or filing a false disclosure statement, would be a misdemeanor. Under the bill, the chief clerk of the House and the secretary of the Senate would be required to list for the Secretary of State all persons registered as lobbyists. The Secretary of State would be required to file charges of violations with the Polk County attorney, and the county attorney in the county in which the lobbyist resides, or the organization is maintained Minimum Age DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-A proposed constitutional amendment to lower the mimimum age to serve in the Iowa Legislature was introduced in the Senate Monday. The resolution would change the age requirement of members of the House from 21 to 18 and members of he Senate from 25 to 18. The resolution would have to be passed by the Senate and the House, this session and again at a later session before the constitutional amendment could go on the ballot in a general election. The move follows the lowering of the voting age fom 21 to 18 and the legislature's action last session to lower the age of adulthood from 21 to 19. A move to lower the age of majority to 18 is also expected this session. The resolution is sponsored by Sens. John Murray, R-Ames, Lucas DeKoster, R-Hull, Michael Blouin, D - Dubuque, and William Gluba, D-Davenport. Mrs. Bertha Rosseisen, 88, Fenton, died at 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, 1973, at Good Samaritan Center in Algona. Funeral arrangements are pending at Reese-Henry Funeral Home in Fenton. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Eldon W. or Ruth N. Buck, Estherville, 1973 Mercury; Fuhrman Funeral Home, Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet; Harold A. Justice, Ringsted, 1973 Winnebago; Walter R. Smith, Armstrong, 1973 Oldsmobile; William L. or Ferne P. Kerr, Estherville, 1973 Ford; Olvin Curtis or Gladys V. Tonderum, Armstrong, 1973 Pontiac. Licenses for new trucks were issued to Arts-Way Manufacturing, Armstrong, 1973 CMC; Cecil Eide, Estherville, 1973 Ford; Arden W. or Phyllis E. Jongberg, Armstrong, 1973 CMC; D and P Inc., Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet; Rod Finnestad, Ringsted, 1973 Ford. New car licenses have been issued to Harold W. Johanson, Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet; Hanson' C. or Henrietta Harris, Armstrong, 1973 Dodge; Wendell C. or Patricia A. Bolin, Estherville, 1973 Mercury; Thomas or Irma Torkelson, Ringsted, 1973 Dodge. I i Licenses for new trucks have been issued to Leon L. Nelson, Armstrong, 1973 Chevrolet; Ronald V. McMurtry, Dolliver, 1973 International; Edward J. or Elizabeth M. Streit, WaUingford, 1973 Ford; Paul A. Enerson, Estherville, 1973 GMC; S and S Service, Armstrong, 1973 GMC; James H. Pfeil, Armstrong, 1973 GMC; Arnold E. or Ruth M. Ole- Bon, 1973 Chevrolet; Donald W. Christensen, Ringsted, 1973 International; B and B Implement, Estherville, 1973 Dodge. Thiel, Raymond & Mary Jean to Love, Paul E.j N'/ 2 7-99-34 (Contract). Beaver, Randall R. & Norma to Kepler, Delias J. & Delons F.; L 1 Blk 8 Bartletts Secmd Addn, E'ville. Chipman, Donald & Bettt to Westphal, Jerold W. & Btnnie J.; L 4 Blk 4 Fairview'f 4th Addn, E'ville. Dixon, Robert R. & Rith to Helle, Harold E. & Diane E.; L 1 Blk 18 Orig Plat E'ville E'ville Masonic Tempi' Assn. to Clark, Vernon; So 28' of L 5 & 6 Blk 51 Orig Plat, EVille. Huffman, H. Dale & toris A. to Clark, Vernon; L 5 Clrestian.- sen Acres Addn E'ville-. Hardupf, Albert & Harness, Richard p. & Noria; Lots 9 & 10 Blk 1 Orig Plat, folliver. Ia Tr & Sav Bk, as/Trustee for C. P. Jackson to/Sandvig, Gordon & Matha; L 4 Er 4 Paulson Addn, Eville (Trusses Deed) Jackson, C. P. & MJbel P. to Ia Tr & Sav Bk; L 4 Hk 4 Paul son Addn, E'ville. Leininger, Goldie t„ Marvin J. Jr. Marvin J., Sri Doris J. to Woodyard, DonaldD. & Thelma E.; W'/ 2 of 8, S/' of WM> of < 7 Blk 10, Lough's Ajdn, E'ville. Reeves, BenjaminfF. Estate to Leininger, Goldie N ., Marvin J. Jr., Marvin J. Sr./ & Doris J.; L 2 Blk 6 Loug/s 2nd Addn, E'ville. Clair Clark <f>. & McCoy, Leon & Jeanne P Fewell, Willard & Anne; SfA & W>/ 2 SE>/ 4 21-100-31, N»/ 2 a -ioo -3i. Fewell, Wiil/rd & Anne to Spies, Carl & tttthryn, Trust by Trustee; SE'/ 4 (-98-32. Jackson, C./p. & Mabel J. to Ia Tr & Sav Bk; E'/ 2 23-98-34. Nelson, Vjidred E. & Woodrow to Presfott, M. Glendon & Joanne; Vi lint in two parcels in 15-99-31/ Poppen, Daniel E. & Phyllis A. to Allci, John A. & Linda A.; L 2 ftns Acres in part of NWV4 9-BH-34. DES WINES, Iowa (AP)State Set. Barton Schwieger, R-Waterbo, said Monday he will introduce a bill to authorize a $150 million, 20-year highway construction bond issue for , •y. Iowa,;. , . i ,. He ,iaid the money would pri-- maruV be used for work on the • state s freeway-expressway plaiL with Freeway 520 from Dubique to Sioux City as top pri»rity. Schwieger says he hopes to ha<e the bill ready in about 30 da/s. Little Cigars DES MOINES, Iowa (AP),State Revenue Director Donald 'Briggs has asked the Senate ,' Ways and Means Committee to / either tax so-called "little ci- j gars" as cigarettes or raise the < tax on cigars and other tobaoco to the equivalent of the tax on cigarettes. Briggs said that the current tax on the little cigars, which are packaged like cigarettes, amounts to only 10 per cent of the wholesale price. But he said if they were sold as cigarettes, they would be taxed to an equivalent of about 65 per cent of the wholesale price. Stud Tax DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-A tax of $5 on each studded snow tire sold in the state of Iowa would be required under a bill proposed in the Senate Monday by Sen. Kevin Kelly, R-Sioux City. The wholesaler selling studded tires and the retailer selling studs on the tires would collect the tax and remit it to the State Department of Revenue. Officials at the Iowa Department of Highways have previously asked for a complete ban on studded tires in the state, contending they heavily damage the state's highways. Should Report DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)- lowans should continue to report price and wage increases to the Internal Revenue Service office in Des Moines, despite Dr. K. L. Johnson Dr. J. J. Roberts OPTOMETRISTS Contact Lenses 362-4213 123 North Sixth Street Diagonal from the Post Office January Sale of Men's, Boys' Wear STARTS THURSDAY JAN. 18th What would you like? We have all the favorites. . , at fantastic reductions. If you need to update your wardrobe, now's the time to do it. Prices are small, but selections are huge. 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