Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 22, 1973 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, January 22, 1973
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ILCC Black Student Group Invites Residents to Meet The Black Student Organization of Iowa Lakes Community College is inviting residents of Estherville, Emmetsburg and all of Area III to attend a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the North Attendance Center in Estherville to discuss the relationship of black students to the community. The meeting is an outgrowth of a Black Students Workshop held at North Attendance Center last weekend. Attending, besides ILCC black students, were young black men and women from other Iowa colleges, members of Iowa Intercollegiate Black Alliance. Speaking to the students and several members of the faculty at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dr. Henry H. Parker, instructor of Culture of the Ghetto at Simpson College, told of the objectives of the Alliance, of which the recently-organized local club is an affiliate. "Iowa has 54 institutions of higher learning," Dr. Parker pointed out, "with a total black enrollment of 1,500. These students are scattered throughout the state, in most cases too insignificant in numbers in anyone college to accomplish anything effective in meeting their problems." The Alliance, he explained, is an effort to provide a link between the various college campuses for the purpose of social and economic survival of the students. "It is a strained situation when a young black man or woman leaves a home environment and goes into the white world," Dr. Parker said. The black student finds a community such as Estherville socially barren, Dr. Parker said. This is especially true at ILCC where there are no black women enrolled. The Alliance sponsors a caravan program that plans weekend meetings and social get-to­ gethers for the students. It was pointed out that few black students have access to cars so they are unable to spend weekends where they could have contacts with other blacks. Most of ILCC's black students have been recruited by the athletic department and have been brought here on athletic scholarships. "It is not enough simply to LEAGUE BOWLING 4£ ODD COUPLES MIXED LEAGUE FRIDAY Foxy Burds 4 0 Pumpkin Rollers 4 0 Jokers 3 1 Four Ups 2 2 Jinxes 2 2 13th St. Bombers 1 3 IS. & Co. 0 4 Hillbillies 0 4 High Team 3 Games Jokers 1705 13th St. Bombers 1632 Pumpkin Rollers 1631 High Team 1 Game 13th St Bombers 603 Jinxes 600 Jokers 591 High Men's 3 Games Larry Evans 517 Charles Whitacre 486 Herb Ruden 480 High Men's 1 Game Charles Whitacre 187 Herb Ruden 185 Larry Evans 174 High Women's 3 Games Lynda Wilson 460 Ethel Whitacre 433 Linda Ruden 432 High Women's 1 Game Lynda Wilson 195 Ethel Whitacre 190 Sue Higgins 178 JUNIOR BANTAM LEAGUE SATURDAY Blowouts 21 15 The V.LP.s 21 15 Lane Tamers 21 15 PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Elizabeth Heggen, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 5084 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Elizabeth Heggen Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 16th day of January, 1973, the last will and testament of Elizabeth Heggen deceased bearing date of the 30th day of August, 1962, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that R. L. Heggen was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless sofiled within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 16th day of January, 1973. R. L. Heggen Executor of said Estate 22S78 Flamingo Street, Woodland Hills, California 91364 Anderson & Pelzer Attorneys for said Executor Esthorville, Iowa Date of second publication 29 day of January, 1973. (Jan. 22, 29, 1973) King Pins Strikers Pocketeers Born Losers Iowa Fats Bummers Greasy Gutters 19 18 17 17 16 15 15 17 18 19 19 20 21 21 High Team 3 Games King Pins 1800 Blowouts 1790 The V.LP.s 1768 High Team 1 Game King Pins 657 Blowouts 624 Lane Tamers 622 High Individual 3 Games Terry Whitacre 596 Mike Steil 461 Glenn Rauhauser 439 High Individual 1 Game Terry Whitacre 258 Terry Whitacre 182 Paul Moland 171 MIXED LEAGUE SUNDAY Born Losers 7 1 Tailfeathers 6 2 Lucky Strikes 6 2 Strikes 6 2 . Invaders 4 4 Petersburg No. 4 3 5 K's & B's 3 5; Roundabouts 2 6 Go-Getters 2 6 The Spirits 1 7 High Team 3 Games Lucky Strikes 1967 Tailfeathers 1813 Born Losers 1815 High Team 1 Game Lucky Strikes 637 Lucky Strikes 630 Tailfeathers 620 High Men's 3 Games Ray Enderson 617 Rod Studer 589 Bill Turtle 588 High Men's 1 Game Rod Studer 252 Ray Enderson 237 Bill Turtle 234 High Women's 3 Games Olive Roe 461 Donna Turtle 456 Pat Von Behren 443 High Women's 1 Game Olive Roe 178 Donna Tuttle 176 Donna Eckard 167 get a student here and finance his education," the group was told. "The unique needs of the black student are the responsibility of the administration and community." "It is important," Dr. Parker said, "for leaders in the community to know the black students personally and for the students to know the people of influence in the community. An interracial committee is needed to open the doors of understanding." It is this concept of cooperation that has prompted Richard Alexander, president of the Black Students' Organization at ILCC, to call the meeting next Wednesday night. Several suggestions were made during the workshop of ways in which the college administration can help meet the needs of black students. It was pointed out that access to a car could be provided so that students could spend some weekends away from the campus. Funds should be provided their organization as they are for other campus clubs so that they would have finances for special projects, postage and other ways of maintaining contact with other black students on Iowa campuses. One of the great needs is for adequate housing, arranged by the administration, and a satisfying social life on and off the campus. In group discussions following Dr. Parker's talk Saturday morning, several other suggestions were made. Dwight Carr, senior at Wartburg college, told of a successful project at Waverly called Black Awareness week and said speakers on black culture and related subjects are available. The hope was expressed that the community will make an effort to become acquainted with black students attending ILCC as a result of the workshop and the meeting next Wednesday night. Other officers of the ILCC organization besides Alexander are Abner Nibbs, vice - president; Rick Jones, secretary, and Neil Norfleet, treasurer. Speidel Newspaper Head Dies RENO, Nev. (AP) - John Ben Snow, a founder and former board chairman of Speidel Newspapers Inc., died Sunday night in Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo., it was announced at the Nevada State Journal here, headquarter paper of the Speidel chain. Snow was 89 and had been in declining health. The Speidel newspapers are located in New York, Ohio, California, Iowa, South Dakota, Colorado, Nevada and Nebraska. Snow, who helped put together the 11-newspaper group with Merritt Speidel in 1937, gave $1 million to Syracuse University in 1965 for a journalism research program devoted to all phases of newspaper operation. A philanthropist, Snow created the John Ben Snow Foundation, founded New York University Medical Center and contributed to building programs of NYU Law School. The World at a Glance Watergate WASHINGTON (AP) _ As the Watergate political espionage trial entered its third week today, Time magazine said it learned that one of the original seven defendants, E. Howard Hunt Jr., offered money to four other defendants as an inducement to plead guilty. The magazine said the admissions of guilt by Hunt and the others "staved off testimony that the operation had been approved by other persons. Hunt's lawyer said Hunt "categorically and emphatically denies" the magazine story. Defeated SAIGON (AP) - South Vietnamese forces have suffered a major defeat in the past few days, with two army battalions overrun and cut to pieces and relief forces repeatedly ambushed northwest of Saigon. Field reports said at least 80 soldiers, some of them wounded, had drifted back to government lines in the past two days. Some had been given safe conduct passes by the Communists after agreeing to throw away their weapons. Nixon ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 22, 1973 Page 6 Pentagon Tests Planned For RadioWarning System WASHINGTON (AP) - President Nixon, seemingly tired but happy after a frantic weekend of inaugural activity, started the first full workday of his second term today, turning his attention to the Vietnam peace negotiations. Following his inaugural on Saturday and related ceremonies that kept him busy until 3 a.m., he was up early Sunday to attend a White House worship service. Worst Crash LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) - A Jordanian airliner bringing home 202 Moslem pilgrims from Mecca crashed while landing today at Kano airport in northern Nigeria, and officials at Nigeria Airways said there were "a few" survivors. "It is feared most of those aboard have died," a spokesman said. No others details were Immediately available. It could be the worst crash in aviation history. The worst previous one occurred last October, when 176 persons died in the crash of a Soviet Ilyushin-62 as it was landing in Moscow. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon plans wide-scale tests next month on a radio warning system it wants to put in your bedroom. The radio receiver listens silently to a government frequency and comes to life only when the military activates it with a special, coded signal. The aim Is to save lives by broadcasting warnings of tornadoes, hurricanes, floods or nuclear attack. Installation of the radio device would be voluntary. Originally, Civil Defense officials hoped for a law requiring that the radio receivers be built into every new television set sold In the United States. But White House broadcasting officials overruled the military, which runs Civil Defense operations. They feared the public might interpret mandatory installation of the receivers as part of a government propaganda and spy system similar to the one used by dictator Big Brother in George Orwell's novel "1984." The Pentagon's system can only talk, not watch or listen. Civil Defense officials, who conceived the warning system, have built a bombproof radio transmitter near Baltimore and plan to start test broadcasts to a 10-state area in early February. About 400 high-priced receivers are being built, and will be distributed at first only to state and local government authorities who want them. But technicians are close to perfecting a home receiver cheap enough— about $10— for almost anyone to afford. The civil defense officials call the system DIDS, for Decision Information Distribution System. Planning began in 1964, small-scale field tests were conducted in 1968 and Congress a- propriated $2 million for the first transmitter and receivers in 1970. Cost overruns have raised the initial price to $5.7 million. If next month's tests are successful, and if Congress goes along, the Pentagon plans eventually to build a total of 10 transmitters that together would reach nearly every corner of the nation, except Alaska and Hawaii. The automated transmitters could be operated by remote control from the North American Air Defense Command near Colorado Springs, Colo., or at either of two back-up points. By pushing buttons on a console, a technician at one of these control points would be able to turn on air-raid sirens, broadcast messages by voice or teletype to state and local officials, or send announcements over home receivers. - CONSOLIDAtE YOUR BILIS Taht Afvantaf • *l Only On* Macs to Only ON * Payment a Meal* 1st or 2nd Mortgages on Real Estate •ute uni fwmltur* ttaatll ST0CKDALE, INC. Estherville-Phone 362-3582 "Boy, VD sure is a dumb disease to get." "Yeah, and it's even dumber to keep it if you Ve got it/' Youngsters who talk like that are rare. V.D.'s biggest ally is ignorance. Most kids know just as much about venereal disease as their parents. And that's not very much. Some people still believe that V.D. is caught from toilet seats. Or dirty door knobs. Or through the air. The fact is, it spreads almost exclusively through sexual contact. And some people think it doesn't happen to nice kids from nice homes. But it does. Teenage syphilis and gonorrhea are the biggest things to hit the suburbs since crabgrass. So now that you know it can happen close to home, be on the lookout for it. Sores or rashes may fool you by going away without treatment. But the disease doesn't. It stays in the body only to reappear even years later in more severe form. It can result in blindness, sterility. Even death. If you suspect V.D. take no chances. Diagnosis and treatment are simple and painless, and that's more than you can say for venereal disease itself. BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD 9 ;u ••••• \ MSMOINIS SIOUX CITY WE CARE MORE THAN A MILLION I0WANS STRONG

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