The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 27, 1976 · Page 1
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Two killed on state roadways By The Associated Presi AJI ll-month-o!d child in a stroller was killed when run over by a pickup truck, and a young man returning from smelt fishing died in another Minnesota traffic accident Monday. Minnesota's traffic toll this year has reached 152 deaths, compared to 1M a year ago. Dodge County authorities said the victim in the stroller accident on a downtown street at Dodge Center was Jeffrey Borders, the son of Mrs. Joy Borders, a new resident of Dodge Center who recently moved from Statcsville, N.C. Rex. A. Kulisek, 20, Deer River, was fatally injured early Monday in a car-grain truck collision on U.S. 2 near Duluth. He was a passenger in a car Boy's body is found MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A child's body tentatively identified as that of Derek James Breen, 5, Minneapolis, was found in the Mississippi River Monday. The boy had disappeared when he fell through the ice in North Minneapolis last December. Authorities were checking dental records in order to make a positive identification. The body was found about six miles downstream from where the boy apparently fell through the ice. Automatic Softeners For Rent $7.00 and up SDR WATER RENTAL —SALES SERVICE Rl —Richville.Minn. 4»5-2JI5or 758-2493 Tax-inapt Mnkipl Bods'. Cal [61 SI 3M-347S or Write forRB BOOKUT ALLISON- WILLIAMS COMPANY Mime _____________ Stile Zip Phone No driven by Paul Hager, 18, Deer River, authorities said. The head-on crash occurred about 3:30 a.m. Monday and Kulisek died about three hours later at a Duluth hospital. The Dodge Center fatality occurred about 9:30 a.m. Monday. The sheriff's office said that the mother had taken Jeffrey from her car and placed him in the stroller between the car and a pickup truck. Authorities said that while Mrs. Borders was removing some items from her car, a pickup truck started backing away from the curb, striking the child. The sheriff's office identified the driver of the pickup as Dwight Worden, 22, Dodge Center. Eiia Riskiil services peiiiig Emma Risbrudt, Dalton, died this morning at Lake Region Hospital, Fergus Falls. Funeral services are pending with NUson Funeral Home, Ashby. Boy friends motivate fat girls to diet MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The only answer to the obesity problems of fat teen-aged girls may be to get boy friends for the girls, a Minneapolis doctor has counseled his colleagues. Dr. Daniel Cordon, a family physician, told a medical symposium sponsored by Minneapolis Children Health's Center of the conclusion he had reached after 1% years of obesity study and thought. Conlon suggested that physicians do whatever they can to help motivate obese female teen-aged patients to diet. "Pray for her or find a good boy friend for her," he recommended. Conlon added Friday that most other ways of tackling the problem are relatively ineffective. Conlon said there are 10 million obese, adolescents in the United States and five out o! six are girls. He said bis study of research indicates there v afe*.three- " peaks'' when youngsters add a lot of extra fat cells likely to give them a weight problem for life. The peaks are around the age of 9 months, from the ages of 5 to 7 and in adolescence, Conlon said. He said there is strong evidence many people have severe weight problems because they added so many fat cells during those three periods. It could result, Conlon said, from parents demanding "clean plates," from parents using foods as pacifiers or from the children being started on fatty solid foods early in infancy. As ways of preventing obesity, he suggested mothers breast feed their infants "into the first year." 220 attend banquet of employers, employes HAROLD WJHLENBKX Harill tttklNteck services on Friday Harold Muhlenbeck, 47, Route I, died yesterday at his home. Services will be held on' Friday at 2 p.m. at Si, John Lutheran Church at Elizabeth, with the Rev. Maynard Peterson officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Muhlenbeck was bom at Fergus Falls on June 28,1928, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Muhlenbeck. He married Charlene Fkk on Sept. 27, 1950. They farmed north of Fergus Falls, and he had been a lifetime member of this community. He was a trustee of St. John Church, of which Ire also had been a member all his life. He is survived by his wife; three daughters and two sons, Paulette and Mrs. Shane (Peggy) Emerson, both of Fargo, Allyson, Harlan, and James, all at home; one grandchild and one brother, Arthur, Fergus Falls. Glende-Johnson-Melson Funeral Home is to charge. Public Meetings The City Council Ore committee will meet at noon Friday, April 30, City Hall lunchroom, to discuss change orders for the fire station. • The City Council street committee will meet at noon Thursday, April 29, City Hall lunchroom, to discuss vacation of street property near Broken Down Dam, Public Improvement 1-496 (Concord Street), and a streetlight request from Vernon Saurer. The City Council utilities committee will meet following the street committee meeting Thursday, April 29, City Hall lunchroom, to discuss the west side water study and utility connection charges. Human Rights Commission will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23, in the conference room at the Community College Center Building. Over 100 students and 54 employes who are Involved in work study programs in Fergus Falls were among the 220, persons who attended an em- ployer-employe banquet at the Hobday Inn last night. Students conducted the program with Jan Loonier, president of DECA, mistress of ceremonies. Also taking part were Ed Gebhart, Barb Schreiber and Joe Kelly. Terry Black, owner and operator of Champ Shoes, responded for employers and praised the program. It not only helps students but gives em- ployers'an opportunity to take a close look at their training programs, he said. Charles Duncan, president of the school board, expressed thanks to employers and said the program could not be Today in history By The AsucUted Prew Today is Tuesday, April 27, the 118th day of 1976. There art 248 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1941, the city of Athens fell to German invaders after in days of heroic Greek resistance in World War n, On this date: In 1521, the Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan was killed by natives to the Philippines. In 1791, the inventor of the telegraph, Samuel Morse, was bom to Charlestown, Mass. In 1822, the 18th American president, Ulysses S. Grant, was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio. In 1906, U.S. Steel Corp. broke ground along Lake Michigan for construction of a new city: Gary, Indiana. In 1937, the first U.S. Social Security payment was made. In 1965, U.S. Navy ships moved dose to the Dominican Republic to evacuate U.S. cut lens endangered by a revolution. Ten years ago: Pope Paul and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko conferred at the Vatican. It was the first meeting of a Roman Catholic pope and a high Soviet government official. Five years ago: President Chung Hee Park won a third term in South Korea. One J year ago: Neutralist Duong Van Minh became South Vietnam's third President in a week as Saigon politicians tried to form a government acceptable to the Communists for peace negotiations. '' Today's birthday: Chairman Arthur Bums of the Federal Reserve Board is 71 Thought for today: I have discovered that the flu is both affirmative and negative. Sometimes the eyes have it and sometimes the nose — writer William Lyon Phelps, 1KW943. Bicentennial footnote: Two hundred years ago today, British Gen. William Howe was informed by London that the first division of Hessian troops was preparing to sail to America. carried out without them. The three programs are DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) directed by Burdette Mosher; WECEP (Work Experience and Career Exploration Program) with James Donahue and Donald Stueve in charge and Special Work Experience under the direction of Beverly Seashore. Employers cited for par- ticipation in the program for five years or more included Ken Ness, manager of Red Owl; ArmeMagnuson, manager of the school cafeteria; Ann Swanson, representing the Community Child Care Center: Ottertail Coaches, Quick Stop Big Burger and the county courthouse. Human Engojuist, who has been involved in vocational education in Fergus Falls since 1937 and director of vocational education since 1967, received a special gift, Ed Gebhart, a state DECA winner who will compete in Chicago in national competition, received $100 for the club to help pay his expenses. Jan Loomer and Lynn Lorsung also received 1100 awards. Lorsung is district historian. DECA AWARD WINNERS - Lym Ummg, left, diilrict DECA hWorian, and Jan Loonier, president of the Fergus Falls DECA, each received JIM awards at the employer-employe banquet last night. Anaefle Effiott, right, received a Super Salesman award tor selling 780 units of candy In a DECA praject. (Jonraal phot* by James Gray) HERE'S THE PITCH CABLE TV INSTALLED FOR ONLY 99 A '25.00 VALUE CALL NOW! 736-5649 [Offer itti n\i \t utlri vus) LAST 5 DATS - OFFER EXPIRES FRIDAY WXRNER CABLE 319 WEST LINCOLN • FERGUS FALLS EMPLOYERS HONORED — Am SwaiM, repreurti* tke Cmnrity CMd Care Cater, and Ken Ness, manager rf Red Owl, each received service awards at the empl*yer-«mpl>ye bavjaet last night in reMgnitton of five years partkipatln In tralaiag programs. (Journal photo by James Gray) Fergus Fills (Mi.) Joiria! Tues., April 27,1976 2 Candidate looks to primary MANKATO, Minn. (AP) John Considine, who lost the 2nd District DFL congressional endorsement to Gloria Griffin, says he may run against Mrs. Griffin in the primary election. He says he would make an announcement in about two weeks concerning his political future following a study of voter support. Considine said he believed be could beat Mrs. Griffin in the primary election and he also questioned her chances of unseating incumbent Rep. Tom Hagedorn. "My personal opinion is that she'll have a very difficult time," Considine said. "The reason I'm staying in and the reason 1 would continue to check the voter support would be because I have some doubts about whether she can beat Hagedorn." Recruits to get full Guard pay Effective April 1, 1976, high school seniors and other young people joining the Minnesota Army National Guard will be paid for their part-time training assemblies, according to a new policy announced this week. Until the new policy was announced, a Department of Defense order had prohibited Guard units from paying new members until they had completed the initial active duty for training. This meant that recruits did not attend training assemblies at all or if they did, it was in a voluntary, non-pay status. Under the new program, new Guard members will earn $12.04 for each four-hour training assembly, usually held in combinations of four assemblies on one weekend per month. "Our recruits deserve to be paid for their training just like the rest of us and we are extremely pleased with the new policy thnt allows us to pay them," si j Captain Larry W. SheUilo, commander of the Fergus Falls Guard unit. Shellito, who in civilian life is employed by the Alexandria Vocational Technical Institute, • said the policy puts more teeth into the Guard's new slogan: "The Army National Guard, Most Important Part-Time Job in Minnesota." "For more information about the paid drill program, men and women, age 17-35, are invited to call SFC. Donald R. Johnson at 736-3320, or stop in at the Armory, 421 E. Cecil Ave., Fergus Falls, any weekday between 8 and 4:30, Thursday evening until 9, or to come to our next weekend assembly, May 1 and 2," Shellito said. 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