Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 24, 1973 · Page 7
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 7

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 24, 1973
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Moderate lengths already are in among mates., ne said, "and those sparxxrg them keep their hair very well groomed." Why snorter hair? It's easier to manage, say the men, who are tired of struggling with hand dryers and split ends. Also, hair doesn't go with the Hf^ides. Jnur tair isr": t sJseci. tr older jensrKjoc arj- marx t sueyHs fo.Iic»«c «riu ir £ rrkros-.-Ki *sy. 'iSr. sacirSs recstiqaes *ai art silisries ir Los AureJes. Bair rotters ir. «-ie3rat*; Severn HCa sajorsj rsresr; K sc. 5C per stsc ac" taeir c;i £K5 — taer. sac «aos:. — ars soiaf is far shorter t*air. Aiaaqr a* reeeaSy saara. mare or ies&. are Sieve Mcvaeer. Mir*. Jagjrer, lurk Dallas. Tocj Randall. S«- Paal Lyase, Elliott GonVi, Toey Frasriasi aac George Segal. However, os ISTSs snort cats are ax the oid, sfoaued rabbit loot of previous decades. Instead, they are oftea styled witt no side part, as exposed ear and as over-ail short, flat, layered effect. Tut elegant look in man's fashions has pushed the trend along- ,r We're doing a promotion of the Gats by look. It's more groomed and cleaner. We're getting away from the scraggiy look," says Jackie Rogers, whose customers include actor Michael Caine and singer Tom Jones. Barbers serving college Catholic Leaders Deplore Court's Abortion Decision By BARRY SCHWEID Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON CAP)— Roman Catholic church leaders have deplored the Supreme Court decision guaranteeing American women the right to have medical abortions during the first six months of pregnancy. tions virtually upon demand, the ruling will have nationwide impact. The court's majority opinion, by Justice Harry A. Blackmun, rested largely on the "right of privacy" and the medical view that in the early stages of pregnancy an abortion is no more of a risk than birth itself. Otherwise, there was mixed reaction to the court's 7-2 rul- The saber-toothed tiger, which J ^ existed only in prehistoric times, ing Monday that the >M«nv had two fanglike teeth that were interfere with this "right of privacy", poly in about the last Otfcc WU/Om of pregnancy, when the-wnborn child Is developed enough to live outside the mother. John Cardinal Krol of Philadelphia, the highest-ranking Catholic prelate in the United States, called the decision "an unspeakable tragedy" and said "it is hard to think of any decision in the 200 years of our history which has had more disastrous implications for our stability as a civilized society." Patrick Cardinal O'Boyle of Washington, DC., called the decision a catastrophe for America. "It is a shocking display of a few men arrogating to themselves the Judgement at what stage the life of an unborn child may be terminated," he said. Gov. David Hall of Oklahoma said the issue is one for state legislatures. "I deeply regret this additional intrusion by the federal government into matters the state should resolve," he said. On the other hand, the leading proponent of liberalized abortions in the California legislature said the decision makes "abortion on request" available throughout the nation. "The state has no overriding interest which would permit It to interfere in this very private decision," said State Sen. Anthony Beilenson, a Beverly Hilts Democrat. State Rep. Sarah Weddington of Texas, a leading figure in the lawsuit that led to Monday's ruling, said In Austin she was "very pleased because of the impact this decision will have on the lives of the many women who in the past have suffered . .. ." The ruling struck down a Texas law that had made It a crime for doctors to terminate pregnancies except "for the purpose of saving the life of the mother." The court also disapproved by a 7-2 vote provisions of a Georgia law. These required advance approval of a hospital committee and concurrence of two additional physicians before a woman could have an abortion recommended by her doctor. Thirty other states have laws similar to the Texas, statute. Thirteen additional stotes have laws Ilk* Georgia's. Since the handful of remaining states already permitted medical abor- as long as eight inches. css^izses say more students are goux the shorter route — xt L'CLA. the University of V L -.nesoca. Emory University aai Gearsrin institute of Tech- nai-acy fc Atlanta and the Uni- versitv of Colorado at Denver. However, mere kids make a sk« cha^re — inch by paiafnl csch. starting with shorter hair artKsd the face, says a Denver "Some kids are coming in not only to get haircuts but also to ret their beards trimmed," says Harry Goss, a barber near UCLA for 25 years. A UCLA student explains that fciis doo't feel they have to protest ^sy longer against their parents, the establishment or life. "Looking back on it now, I realize I grew long hair as a protest against my bonky parents," says Bill Swartz, age 24, a psychology major, who's gone from shoulder length to just-be- low-the-coliar hair. .Also, a lot of middle-age fathers are wearing their hair a bit longer — or "mid-ear lobe." President Nixon, for instance, carries into his second term longer sideburns and hair in back. Like barbers, women's hair stylists agree that hair is definitely coming off. The new styles range from a radical one-inch-all-over cut to a more moderate collar length. "The women who've worn their hair quite long are cutting it to more swinging lengths — between the chin and the shoulder," says Kenneth, in New York. "I think by summer we'll have some very short cuts." Reports conflict on teens and their long, long hair. They're chopping it off in Atlanta and Indianapolis, say stylists. They're hanging on to it in Chicago and Scarsdale, N.Y. They're getting it shaped a bit in Baltimore." French urchin styles, Flash Gordon "Mercury cuts" and simple shags are the big thing for women in Los Angeles — and the pageboy should have a strong run, say stylists. Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., Emmetsburg, Iowa, will accept bids for insurance submitted by 2 p.m., Wednesday, February 21, 1973, in the office at 1907 11th Street. Contact Helen Tate, Office Manager, for specifications. The agency reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Pollution Aniwtr la Prenioui funlt ACROSS i Sedimentary material 5 Smoke-filled 8 Chimney carbon 12 Roman road 13 Mariner's direction 14 Obstinately (Sp.) 15 Northern Norway river 16 Recent (Ger.) 17 College official 18 One in bondage 20 Floods a motor 62 Compass point 22 Before 63 Italian volcano 24 Dine 61 Snicker 25 Make unclean 65 Up to now European 39 Republic of Ireland 41Ritard(ab.) river 44 To corrupt 46 Beret 48 Cry convulsively 49 Make filthy 52 Doctor's assistant 56 Earnest money (var.) 57 Sibling 60 German region 61 Try to lose weight 29 Drive off 33 Masculine name 34 To adorn (Latin) 36 Blood fluids 37 Central 66 Back talk (slang) DOWN 1 Takes a seat 2 Kind of type (ab.) 3 Feminine name 4 Journey 5 Girl's name 6 Adjective suffix 7 Use again 8 Calms with drugs 9 Russian city 10 Verbal 11 Depades 19 To destroy (Latin) 21 Paving material 23 To be (Fr.) 25 Annoyance 26 Spanish jar 27 Falsifier 28 Geralnt'i wife 30 South American country 31 Masculine name 32 Slat 35 Native minerals 38 Make impure 40 Black 43 Bad (prefix) 45 Mistreats 47 Disorderly 49 Fathers (coll.) 50 Ireland 51 Unfettered 53 Pro 54 Without (Fr.) 55 Time periods 58 Make (suffix) 59 Place 1 i 3 r- 12 IB IS 8 13 IB nr ITT r A PUBLIC MESSAGE BY THESE BUSINESS APPLIANCES Firestone Stores Blass Skelgas and Appliances Sears, Roebuck & Co. AlfrOHOTIVE Brink Oil Co. Dean's Standard Hamond Oil Co., Inc. Jin Valen Ford, Inc. Mills Auto Electric Service Al's Auto Service Saul's Phillips 66 BAKERY Lyon 's Pastry Shop BUILDING MATERIALS Estherville Concrete Products Great Plains Supply Co. Joyce Lumber Co. K & S Lumber Co. BEAUTY SALON Joan's Beauty Salon CAFES Majestic Stafford's Hamburger Shop Hotel Gardston DECORATING Anderson h Schenck Paint & Glass Hall's Wallpaper and Paint DONUT SHOPS Dixie Cream donut shop DRIVE-IN I & R Drive-In DRY GOODS-CLOTHING READY-TO-WEAR' Bagan and Sons Ruth's Boutique Chris' Fashions Chrlstensen's McCleary's J. C. Penney Co. DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Estherville Laundry P and G Cleaners ELECTRICAL Meyer Electric Co. ENTERTAINMENT Krafft Music, Inc. FABRIC SHOPS Zarling's FARM IMPLEMENTS J. D. Webb Implement B and B Implement Estherville Implement Co., Inc. Ray's Farm Equipment, Inc. FLORISTS Estherville Greenhouse FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Emmet County State Bank Estherville Federal Savings & Loan Association Iowa Trust h Savings Bank FURNITURE Holtz Furniture Jensen Stores, Furniture and Carpet HARDWARE D & B OK Hardware Gambles INSURANCE AND LOANS Lee Barnes Agency Stockdale Loans and insurance OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriter Exchange PHOTOGRAPHY Dave's Photography PUBLICATIONS Estherville Dally News SHOE STORES Brown's Shoe Fit Co. Estherville Shoe Store SEWING MACHINES "AND SERVICE Lakes Sewing Center Not Short-Short But — Men Wearing Hair Shorter

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