Estherville Daily News in Estherville, Iowa
10 Jan 1998

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10 Jan 1998

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Estherville Daily News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Estherville, Iowa 2 Estherville la daily news saturday january 10, 1990�stherville do ily Newso record got a tip if you have a Story idea or suggestions to improve our coverage can the daily news at 362-2622. Services deed trans offers Armstrong funeral services for Phoebe Dolf 86. Of Armstrong will be held tuesday at 10 30 . At United methodist Church in Armstrong with the Rev. Dan Miller officiating. Interment will be in Swea City twp. Cemetery. She died Friday. Jan 9, 1998 at Valley View care Center where she was a resident. Visitation will be from 4-8 . Monday at Henry Olson Fuhrman funeral Home in notice Colorado Springs. Colo Maurice t. Sunday. 81. Died thursday Jan. 8, 1998 in a nursing Home in Colorado Springs. Sunde was a native of notes Heatlie violations Emmet county april Halbur Estherville seat Belt $28. Michael Justen fort Dodge registration violation $24.75. Scott Larson Rochester seat Belt $28. Steven Linn Estherville failure to obey Stop sign $41. Frank Marchant Humboldt Speed $67. Amy Mischo. Lincoln. Be Speed $73.50. Wayne Moeller Armstrong seat Belt $28. Adam Nelson Ringsted failure to obey traffic device $41. Clint Nelson Fostoria Speed $41. Daniel Richardson Estherville seat Belt $28. Corey Rike Bricelyn in failure to have motorcycle License $49. Joan Schnitzmeier Fairmont seat Belt $28. Cory shirk Emmetsburg failure to obey traffic control device. $155. Donald Tenney St. James in Speed $41. Jason Trebesch sleepy Eye in. No Dot number markings. $47.50. Kristy Berg Rochester Speed $41. Sandra Berven Graettinger Speed $54. Brandon Carlin Graettinger seat Belt $28. Dan Duitsman Estherville failure to obey Stop sign $41. Todd Friesner Wallingford seat Belt $34.50. Michael Guge Rocky Point. By. Speed $54. Sharon Henricksen Estherville Speed $41. Emmet county Earl and Ellen Van Drill it Al to Jeffrey Juergens lot 7, Block 5, Stalford and Jarvis addition to Estherville. Clifton Guinn to Betty Guinn lot 12, Block 29, Armstrong. Kenneth Pettiecord to Terry and Peggy Christie lots 22-28, Block 1 1, Clarkes subdivision of outlet 2-3, i St addition to Armstrong. Terry and Peggy Christie to Kim and Jeannette Benson lots 22-28, Block 11, Clarkes subdivision of outlet 2-3, 1st addition to Armstrong. David Seylar to Dale and Susan Bradley lot 3, Block 2, Fairview first addition to Estherville. Leon and Sharon Baker to Albert and Sophie two Hawk lot 11, Stockdale addition and lot 13, division Viii county auditor s plat 10-73. Joseph and Robyn Swisher to Ronald and Shelly Sadler lot 8 and 645 Square feet of lot 9, Knollwood addition to Estherville. Emmet county Iowa to Irven Dalen tract in be 1 /4 in the so 1 /4 in Section 14, township 99, Range 34. Russell and Mary Hecht to Gregory Hecht lot 6, k and w addition to Estherville. Sophie von Behren to Dan Reetz lot 4, Block 2. Darlington Heights addition to Estherville. A err Ellgas inc. Delaware corporation to Michael and Barbara Sjoblom 1.29 acres in the so 1/4 in Section 14, township 99, Range 31. Raymond Anderson to Judith Anderson East 92 feet of lot 5, Block 5, Mcfarland addition to Estherville. Lyle and Mary Schock to Mary sch a cd 1/2 interest in the new 1/4 and the North 1/2 of these 1/4 in Section 13, township 100, Range 34. Robert and Delores Barringer it Al to Dennis and Brenda Moore 7.1 1 acres in the North 1/2 of these 1/4 in Section 19, township 98, Range 32. Lillian Hanson it Al to Daniel Nelson it Al lots 1-15, Block 4, Clark s addition to Ringsted. Michael Wilson to Sunrise Ltd West 17 feet of the North 44 feet of lot 3, and the East 10 feet of the North 44 feet lot 4, Block 58, original plat of Estherville. Gertrude Woods to Robert Woods be 1/4 in Section 34, township 100, Range 33. Robert and Nedra Pau Lette Graff to Nedra Paulette Graff East i /2 of the so 1/4 in Section 4, township 98, Range 34. Rick and sue Johnson to Daniel and Susan Lugar lot 6, Murray s 2nd addition to Estherville. Merrie Jensen to William Jensen lots 5-6, Block 7, original plat of Estherville. Margie and Arthur Rodriguez to be us and Martina Rodriguez lot 7, Block 9, Wood s addition to Estherville. John Bahr to Debra Bahr lot 3, and the South 12 feet of lot 2, Block 4, Mcfarland s addition to Estherville. George Lawler to Gladis Recher lots 13-14, and the South 10 feet of lot 12, Block 1, Hillcrest addition to Estherville. Jean and Mary o Neill to Jeffrey and Maria Newlin lots 3-4, Block 32, first addition to Armstrong. Irven and Margaret Dalen to Richard and Jean Scott .42 acres lot 17, auditor s subdivision in Section 14, township 99, Range 34. Joel and Jean Dwire to Thomas and Lynn Reisner South 50 feet of lots 3-4, Block 16, original plat of Estherville. Thomas and Lynn Reisner to Daniel and Amy Howard lot 16, Block 13, seb emis addition to Estherville. Mary Thompson to Sarah Eifrig South i /2 of lots 3-4, All of lot 5 and the North 15 feet of lot 6, Block 74, original plat of Estherville. Laverne and Linda Jensen to la farms inc so 1/4 in Section 15, township 98, Range 32. Fullerton properties to Philip Mergen lot 13, Block 14, Brown s acres addition to Estherville. Alma and Robert Klein to Monty Montandon it Al part of lots 6 and 8, All of lot 7 and a tract adjacent to lot 7, Block 1, Doolittle addition to Estherville. Helen part of lot 30, East Lawn addition to Estherville. Harvey Cheever it Al to Peter and Ledra Duin North half of the so 1/4 in Section 15, township 100, Range 54-. John Cheever to Peter and Ledri Duin 1/4 interest in the North half of the a a 1/4 in Section 15, township 100, Range 31. Jamie Iverson to Brenda Perrigo Loty Titock 9, original part of Estherville. Estherville Industrial development corp. To Ace Union foods Usa group lot 7, Block 2, Estherville Industrial Park Estherville. Minna inc. To Glenn and Bonita Howard 14.683 acres in these 1 /4 of the so 1/4 in Section 34, township 100, Range 32. Midwest Quality meats inc. To Ace Union foods Usa corp lot 8, Block 2, Estherville Industrial Park Estherville. Raymond Kiefer to Catherine Kiefer lot 14, Block i Maple knolls addition to Estherville and parts of lots 13-15, Ridley s subdivision to Estherville. Donald and Lorraine Schmaus to David and Ellen Schmaus West 37 feet of the East 114 feet of the South 90 feet of Block 3, original plat of Estherville. Irma Torkelson it Al to Robert and Teresa Sorensen lots 5-6, Block i Sunnyside addition to Ringsted. Ronald and Opal prior to Paul Barnes lot 16, division 2, county auditor s plat 15-73. Nina Jorstad to Helen Nielsen part of lot 3, Block 17, with exceptions Wallingford. Rickie and Cindi Hanson. To Michael by reach it Al lot 2, Block 1, Ringsted. Patricia and Patrick Donovan to Burrell Oil co. Inc lot 13, and the East 170 feet of lot 12. Murray s 1 St addition to Estherville. Josie Watson to Lavonne Kirk it Al lot 10. County auditor s plat 11 -73. Lavonne and James Kirk to holy family Hospital of Estherville inc lot 10. County auditor s plat 1 1-73. Kim and Jeanette Benson to Corey and Katherine Pierce lots 25-26, with exception and part of lot 24 and part of the Alley Block 10, Armstrong. Lyle and Chris Sorenson and Lance Keeler lot 5, Block 9, Wood s addition to Estherville. Joyce and Bill Graettinger to Rex and velvet Lundgren lots 1-2. Block 17, original plat of Wallingford. City t f Estherville to Steven Christensen South 22 feet of lot 1 and the North 44 feet of lot 2, Block 76 original plat of Esli Erville. Betty Lill to Homer coff Nan or new 1/4 in Section 17, Tow hip 100, Range 33. Keith and Barbara Christensen to Keith and Barbara Christensen be 1/ 4 in Section 12, township 98, Range 32. Irene Montz to John and Cheryl Klingbeil. 12.75 acres in the so 1/4 in Section 1, township 99, Range 33. Storm Eastern coast is waylaid marriage licenses j Emmet county continued from Page 1 leave her unheated Home. Like hundreds of new englander Montre Alers abandoned their Homes to take shelter at Community centers and schools. Quot it s a disaster Quot said Colette Fontaine who was staying at a makeshift shelter in Montreal. Quot i be lived All Over Canada and it s the worst ice storm i be Ever in the South the problem was t ice but rain. Parts of the Southeast got As much As a foot of rain on wednesday and thursday. In particularly hard hit northeastern Tennessee floods left seven people dead including a Rescue worker. Dozens of people who had been reported missing Wiere All accounted for by late Friday. In Roan Mountain Lisa Boone pointed to a Concrete step More than 20 feet from the front door of her Mother s Home which was in the driveway. The step used to Lead to the front door of the House. Quot we re afraid it s about to fall Quot she said of the House. A neighbor Willie Shell pointed to an overturned camper stuck in mud next to his House. Quot nobody s recognized whose it is and nobody s come by for it Quot Shell said. The National guard needed humvee to navigate the North Carolina mountains and help the 400 residents of Plumtree where roaring Creek normally 3 feet wide swelled to 120 feet across after at least a foot of rain fell. Quot the storm s movement was a lot quicker than some of the local folks anticipated Quot said Tom Hegele of the. State division of emergency management. National guardsmen trucked in fresh water and water purification equipment As Utility Crews worked to restore Power and reopen roads. Rescue jews also located the body of-n-15-year-old Man who fell from a boat into the r9, French Broad River. A companion was rescued. It was the second death in North Carolina from the floods. Emmet county Paul Bryant 29, Estherville and Cecelia Peterson 29, Estherville. Earl Blom 39, Estherville and Kristy Laffey 44, Estherville. Grady Schwichtenberg 2 3, Fairmont and Dawn May 21, Fairmont. Don Vos 27, Estherville to Tami Vermeys 35, Estherville. Cory Reiter 18, Sibley to Ana Chavez 24, Sibley. Luverne mein 45, Estherville to Colleen Tuttle 43, Estherville. Great lakes a by i Foj a a Kiju a. Asia stability sought for far East continued from Page 1 problems. Quot we believe Indonesia s stability is important to the Region and important to the United states Quot said Tate department spokesman James p. Rubin. In recent months the asian financial crisis has created unrest in . Markets worrying investors and businesses that sell products in Asia. Defense contractors with pending business in several asian nations Are poetic ulary concerned that com hit menu will not be met. Defense Secretary William Cohen leaves saturday for Asia with stops planned in seven countries including Indonesia and Korea. A Treasury official added to the trip at the last minute because of the burgeoning crisis. .11 be on hand to Brief Cohen As he goes into meetings with leaders of both countries Cohen will offer support but not any formal proposals for easing the financial turmoil. Pentagon officials said. Meanwhile several analysts said they believe the question of Sumilo c Lutr Tinnil has overtaken the importance of the if bailout he completes his sixth five year term in office in March and there is no Clear successor. Quot even if the if threw $100 billion at Indonesia it would not make any difference Quot said Jeffrey Winters a professor of political Economy at Northwestern University and an Indonesia specialist. Quot Confidence will not be restored when the president is ill and no one knows what will happen Kathleen Stephansen. An analyst with Donaldson Lufkin amp Jenrette securities said visits by High level delegations could provide temporary Comfort Quot but one has to ask what s to become of Suharto we Are the military s during their financial crises Thailand and South Korea have managed successful political transitions but Indonesia has not and Many of those surrounding Suharto including his economic advisers Are More concerned about their futures than if austerity packages. Winters said the if wants to Quot Speed up and strengthen Quot its program for Indonesia it Calls for the govern ment to achieve a budget surplus raise taxes postpone infrastructure projects restructure the financial sector and phase out import and marketing monopolies Many of which Are controlled by Heimbers of Suharto s family. Faced with those austerity demands. Suharto submitted a Bud get earlier in the week that called for a 32 percent increase in spending. Disappointed financial markets reacted by sending the country ? currency the rupiah. Plunging and shoppers in Jakarta scurrying to Hoard entail supplies. But after Suharto reaffirmed his commitment to if reforms the currency bounced Bock by 30 percent Friday. I wrench Chimerine an analyst with the economic strategy Institute suggested Summers might try to a mediate or moderate or get the if to ease some of its demands Quot in Exchange for Skwe Concrete actions by Suharto to carry out the reforms. Some critics say if prescriptions for Indonesia and asian economies Are to harsh and stifle the economic growth they Are designed to encore. Show Rimes Good from 1/9-1/15 Leonardo do Trio in it presented in dolby digit sound Friday 7 30, . 1 00 4 30 a 8 00 Mooday Mill thursday 7 30 pg-13 Leslie Nielsen is or. Lugo 7 00 9 00 . 1 00 a 3 00 a 5 00 7 00 9 00 pm tomorrow never Dies in filly at 7 10 a 9 20 sol Sun. 1 10-4 10-7 10-950 pg-13 Nathen Lynem mouse Hunt a Gaby 7 15-9 15 sat. Sun. 1 15-3 15-5 15-7 15-9 15 pm scream2 7 00-9 25 is Sua 125-4 25-7 00-9-.2s Estherville daily news an official Emmet county newspaper . No. 1/9100 in. 0747-0754 pub acid monday Tum Day win allay. Thui Aday. Friday and saturday to Capi Pron Cupta Homay. And Lagal Holmay Otmar Vad on monday and Valaran a Day. Second data Poa Taga paid Al Eatha Vima log a. Poat Mattar Sand Addrana Chan Fea to eat Harvilla daily Nawl. Division of eat Haivala cation. Inc. 10 North 7th Straat Eai Harvilla. Iowa 5j334. Phona 712 362-2622 a subscription rata by mall $10 Lor 3 Montha. S31 Lor 6 Montha. So pm Yaar Ron Manan Daz. A Antral Managar editor Elaia Sarbarg Bua Inaara Managar Grag Nath Sporta editor Sanaa in altar composition super visor a Raa Arva tha right to and copy. The information below is listed completely As released by holy family health services. Admitted Friday four patients. Discharged Friday no of events monday family crisis line Call 362-4612. Available,24 hrs. A Day. Monday e Ville town and county kiwanis club 6 30 ., Cardston building. Monday seasons Center for Community mental health362-3498 for appointment. Office hours 8 .-9 . Monday senior citizen card club plays 500, 1 30 3 30 . Senior citizen Center. All Parks and rec senior citizens invited. Monday Estherville City Parks and rec., Council Chambers City Hall Cardston 5 15 . Monday North Star quilters 7 . outreach bldg. 362-2719. Monday Estherville Lincoln Central Board of education 7 15 . Room 104 Middle school. Monday Ringsted City Council 7 50 . City Hall. Monday alcoholics Anonymous 8 . Redeemer lutheran Church i21i n. 15th St. Estherville. Monday Al anon 8 . Redeemer lutheran Church 1215 n. 15th St. Monday North Star Lodge #447 masonic regular meeting 8 . Masonic Temple. Tuesday family crisis line Call 362-4612. Available 24 hours a Day. Tuesday seasons Center for Community mental health 362-3498 for appointment. Office hours 8 . To 5 . Tuesday Driver s License examiner 9 . 4 30 . Gateway North shopping Center Spencer. Tuesday Driver s License examiner 9 . 5 ., Palo Alto county state Bank Emmetsburg. Tuesday. Estherville nursing mothers. 9 30 ., 4th floor lounge. Holy family Hospital. Tuesday lutheran social services of Iowa counselling services at Duhigg Center. Open 10 .-6 . Hours May vary Call 262-9171 for appointment. Tuesday noon kiwanis 12 ., . Club. Tuesday tops 271, 5 30 . Weigh in. 6 30 . Meeting. Immanuel lutheran Church Library. >09 n. 6th St. Tuesday a Tan be 6 30 . Vow trophy room. Tuesday Community task Force on drug and alcohol. Abuse 7 ., e Ville lutheran Church. Tuesday solos together Jackson area 7 30 , presbyterian Church Jackson. Tuesday family crisis line Call 362-4612. Available 24 hours a Day. Airport readings maximum wednesday minimum wednesday maximum thursday minimum thursday Friday temp 3 . Winds windchill thursday precis. January precis Agenda 28 23. 25 5 6 33w -40 Trace Snow .55&Quot rain Terril Community school Board of education mon., Jan. 12, 7 . Athletic director report on shared athletics personnel matters approve prior meeting Mir utes review and approve financial statements and Bills for payment. Review policy #506 re Church night sup t search. Approve open enrolment applications review bus mileages and specs 1997-98 tech improvements 1998-99 football ept needs. Board members principal and supt s comments miscellaneous. Emmet county supervisors tues., Jan. 13, 8 . Boardroom courthouse minutes previous meeting. Sheriff prisoner s room and Board per diem. Generator. Co. Engr. Claims. Emergency mgt. Budget for by 99. A Jones 4 . Quotations Courtesy of Edward d. Jones 120 North 7th St. At amp to 6013/16 arts Way 9 1/2-10 1/4 Chiquita brands info 13 3/16 Chrysler 32 1/2 coca cola 64 18 Deere 5013/16 Dupont 54 5/16 Exxon 58 1/8 Ford 44 general motors 56 5/16 ism 100 3/8 Les 35 1/2 . Penney 58 3/8 Maytag 36 7/16 nation Bank 59 Avistar �24 3/8 Pepsico. 34 3/4 Sears 44 3/16 Wal Mart 39 5/16 Winnebago 8 15/16 Friday average -222.20 Friday closing 7580.42lotteries for Friday 1/9/98 Iowa $100,000 Cash game 8-17-21-27-35 -1 daily millions red 18-21 White 9-15 Blue 15-18 Minnesota daily 3 _4 4 6_ Minnesota Gopher 5 1-2-3-6-34 with our new stylist.,. Christy Thomas perms color haircut >36 i 25 1 includes Cut _ j includes Cut i for those that have lost loves oies now is the time to buy for Spring delivery. Why it takes 60-90 Days to design amp Cut As orders come in. Give us a Call at 712-362-4532

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