The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 28, 1976 · Page 1
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Migrants come to the Midwest By J.D. WILSON Associated Press Writer Migrant workers have started moving into the Red River Valley along the North Dakota-Minnesota border in hopes of finding non-conlracted jobs, according to state employment officials. James Schneider, supervisor of rural manpower programs for the North Dakota Employment Security Bureau, said the mid-April arrival was unusual. "It is early but the same thing happened last year," Schneider said. "They appear to be people who are non-contracted workers who are in hopes of getting work in the sugar beet fields." Schneider said most workers Latimer wins in St. Paul ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - DFLer George Latimer blunted a comeback attempt by a former mayor Tuesday in winning election as mayor of St. Paul. Latimer, a 40-year-oW attorney and former University of Minnesota regent, defeated Independent-Republican George Vavoulis, who had served as mayor from 1960-66. Complete but unofficial results from the city's 160 precincts showed Latimer with 36,193 votes and Vavoulis with 33,984. Latimer succeeds DFL Mayor Lawrence Cohen, who decided not to seek reelection. Vavoulis, 65, is the last Republican to serve as mayor. After losing his bid for a fourth term in 1966, he served as state manpower services commissioner and also held several high posts in Ihe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. DFLers came away with all seven city council seats. who have contracted their labor with North Dakota and Minnesota sugar beet plants generally arrive in late May. Robert Trevino, Minnesota Migrant Council, thought more workers would be moving up from the south in the near future. "We are expecting more migrants this year because of the situation in Texas," Trevino said. "It has been quite dry there. "There are already some migrants in the area," said the Moorhead based Trevino. "Most that are here are free wheelers (without labor contracts). Minnesota's rural manpower services said approximately 14,700 migrants moved into the Red River Valley during the 1975 growing season although not all of those persons were workers. Schneider was unsure who many migrants had moved into North Dakota but said they numbered "in the dozens. "It wouldn't reach 100 yet," he said. "They are just starting to trickle in." Zora Schulti, a migrant interviewer with the Minnesota Department of Labor, as also unsure how many migrants might have moved into the valley but pegged the number as "just a few." "A few workers are here but the work isn't ready for them yet," said Ms. Sbultz, as she prefers to be called. "Those who are here appear to be non-contracted." she continued. "Maybe they heard the planting was earlier up here." Ms. Shultz also thought dry weather in Texas and other southern migrant areas could have enticed the early arrivals to move north. The North Dakota employment official also thought federal grants may have made moving easier for migrants. Schneider said the federal government had recently authorized grants for emergency services, training and other programs for migrants. On the l/ocaf scene Which of these Farm Journal Cookbooks are you missing? Get any one NOW for just $2. Fi*«lr>g and Canning Coohbook S7.95 Value 1000 recipes plus up- to-ffa1e mformation on home freezing. canning and curingctrreat Country Fair Cookbook $5.95 Value 300 Blue Ribtforv \vnrurg DaVingiecipes 'sseciel information en how food judges pckihewinneis HoramadeBread S4.SO Value Newest metno\lsol tread recces i rath aii e an lie riorea fiavo*. Order anyone of the Farm Journal Cookbooks above for just S2 with a Discount Certificate—available FREE a! any of !he businesses listed below. JOIN THE SPIRIT OF '76 COME IN and SAY "HELLO" rOU'BE ALWAYS WELCOME! Farm Journal's Program I rOU'RE ALWA' I Farm Jourru treeDiSCOu-iCeri. 1 caies Loovtorihetyghuede^btemon 1he rrJooiscf v. ndo.is MNESON-URSON-MILTON ARROW PETROLEUM. INC. BECKIUND RIAN OIL COMPANY, INC. BJONES MINNOW SERVICE EDGETOWN LUMBER COMPANY FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR COMPANY FARMERS UNION GRAIN TERMINAL ASSOCIATION THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GLENDEOOHHSON NELSON FUNERAL HOME, INC. HELLt INTERNATIONAL. INC. INTERSTATE INC. K AND K TIRE. INC. KRONEMANN INSURANCE AGENCY LAKPERT LUMBER COMPANY UAYO'S STANDARD SERVICE MOEN REALTY NILSON FUNERAL HOMES NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK OLSON FURNITURE & FUNERAL HO HE, INC. OTTER TAIL POKER COMPANY RED OWL STORE ST. CLA1R 4 ROVANG SECURITY STATE BANK SERVICE FOOD MARKET SOUTH MILL STANDARD STENERSON LUMBER CO. SHANSON EQUIPMENT, INC. WEIANDER JEWELERS WINNING POSTERS - An American heritage poster contest qwEored by fte VFW Auxiliary produced these winners. Seated, from the left, ire Debbie Defbert, 4th grade HcKinltjr; Juon Pribbemow, 5th grade Madison, and RyaiTooolli, 2id grade Jetfercoe; back row, Jeff William, 1th grade McKinky; Beany Muchow and Janlne Rose, both ted grade Jefferson. The posters are « display In the window of otter Tall Power Company's district office, 120 E. Lincoln. Jadte DiMen'i art class at Senior High judged tke posters. (Jounulphoto by Harley Oylw) Vaccination , Peterson plans are elected to under way NBA board MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Plans to vaccinate most of Minnesota's 4 million residents against swine influenza are being formulated by state health officials. Dr. Barry Levy, who is in charge of the Minnesota Health Department program, said Tuesday theprojectis expected to be the largest rrtass vaccination program in state history. Congress has approved a J135 million program against the viral-caused swine fhi that is believed to have caused an epidemic blamed for the deaths of 500,000 Americans in 1918 and 1919. The elderly and chronic ill- persons who have heart or lung disease or diabetes—are expected to get the first batch of vaccine in Minnesota. CROSSWORD PUZZLE KIOSS l.lhiocrte 6. Bcpe f .bers 11. Turkish kOJfrce IS.Mtanlsje 14. lawyers 15. Eel 16.Sst3fedcuive 17. Palm If af 43. Walk «ilh vi|« 19.Wj!erb r rd 45.R«VyM3(,r.t»i 20. Sultan's decree pine 22. FlJlltrj: slr.g 45. Beiiwer 24.T!»ra« . 47.Fierteder.eiB 27. Nod slegaliy 48. Irtjlii Gordon Peterson, band director for Elbow Lake- Wendell High School, has been elected to serve on the board of directors of'the National Band Association, which is the world's largest professional music organization. This national office is held by four high school band directors from throughout the nation, representing elementary, junior high, university and industrial levels of instrumental education and industry. The past two years Peterson has served as state chairman of the National Band Association, and is also on the board of directors of the Minnesota Music Educators Association, being re-elected to his second term. GORDON PETERSON Construction site theft City police are investigating theft of more than J500 worth of construction supplies and equipment from the site of the new Army Reserve building in Fergus Falls Industrial Park. The items were stored outside and apparently loaded Into a truck between 6 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday. Three accidents Tuesday Cars driven by Idor Hesby, 201 E. Alcott, and Carolyn Brown, 610 N. Springen, collided in the city parking lot at Washington and Mill Tuesday, damaging Brown's car $200. A parked car owned by Nancy Buchok, Fergus Falls Route 1, was damaged J75 wRen struck by a car driven by Elmer J. Halverson, 902 W. Summit, in the 100 block of West Lincoln. Damage to Halverson's car was estimated at $50. An accident in the junior high lot damaged a car driven by Amy Gervais, 524 W. Vernon, $125, and a car driven by Dinh Xoan Vu, 709 E. Summit, $290. Jaycee elections Rod Berg was elected Tuesday evening as the incoming president of the Fergus Falls Jaycees. He will assume his new duties starting June 1. Other officers elected to one-year terms Tuesday were Tom Stienke, first vice-president; Marry Short, second vice-president; Dan KvenvoMen, state director; Virgil Waasdorp, secretary; and Jim Fish, treasurer. Elected to the board for two-year terms were Bruce Jaclditch, Calvin Kraning, Al Bartsch and Chuck Bigwood. Continuing on the board are Fete Piekarski, Bruce Ness, Bill Pennings and Keith Melberg. Mrs. Millie Lnd fuera! Saturday , Mrs. Minnie Lund, 86, Vining, died Monday morning at Lake Region Hospital. The funeral will be heH Saturday, May 1, at 1:30 p.m. at the Vining Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Peter Boe officiating. Burial will be in the Vining Cemetery. Mrs. Lund was bom Minnie Olson in Folden Township on May 17,1889, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellef Olson. She married Oscar A. Lund at Fergus Falls in March of 19H. They made Vining their home. Her husband died in March of 1949. She had been a resident at the Battle Lake Nursing Home for the past two months. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. John (Harriet) Hatch, Danville, Calif., and Mrs. Kenneth (Marjorie) Sorenson, Marshall; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; two brothers, Edmond Oison, Vining, and Alvin Olson, Moorhead. Arrangements with the Belmont Funeral Home, Henning. ,SCHUT ON OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE KJWH 3. Eithusiastic foflcweis Misled Zionist- 4. Period leadei 2.CilYialQM S.Ar.swered , 6. Aaulevji aclw 7. BaccUaalran cry 8. Essential jails 9. Concert irtist 10. ScN* 12. Time 18. Total 20. Theorj 21. Spirit cTelwaltr 23. RjTpaa'an coin •24. Tea 25. Non cor.tctrrrist 26.Fashi:rabl« 28. Belv.{!r|toES 30. Spread to dry 31 AttynnpeaT 36. Indian 33. CcraSWrt 39. Enlraoce 40.lKbK*>fy: abtf. 41. Health resort «.Restlt «.Crjrtee Needlework reception set ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - A reception honoring members of the Needlework Guild of Minnesota will be held at the governor's mansion Tuesday. Mary Anderson, wife of Gov. Wendell Anderson, will be hostess at the reception to thank guild members who made needlepoint seat covers of Minnesota's "Star of the North" for 16 dining room chairs af the executive residence. The eight-pointed star design, tying in with state 'motto "L'Etoile du Nord," was taken from a circular rug in the sola- , rium of the governor's mansion. ARC lists calendar of events The Otter Tail County Association for Retarded Citizens met last night at the Lakeland Mental Health Center in Fergus Falls. The following calendar of events was announced. The Region 4 ARC annual meeting will be held at Moorhead State University from 11 am to 3:30 pjn. on May 1. The Region 4 Special Olympics track and Held meet will be held at Moorhead State University at 1 pm on May 6. The Special Olympics state track and field meet will be held at Mankato State University on June 2 and 3. A conference on mental retardation will be conducted by the Minnesota ARC at the Metropolitan Sports Center and Bloomington area motels from June 9 to 12. The Region 4 ARC summer camping program will be held at Camp Cormorant on Big Cormorant lake near Lake Park. The session for campers under age 22 will run from Aug. 23-27 and the session for campers over age 22 will run from Aug. 28 to Sept. 1. Camp information may be obtained by writing to Region 4 ARC Camp, Box 394, Moorhead 56560. The Otter Tail County Camper ship chairperson is Helen Nevala, Box 157, Fergus Falls. Fergis Fills (Mi.) Jouual Wed., April 28,1976 2 Uwrt C. fiieral peidiig Funeral arrangements are pending at the Nilson Funeral Home of Fergus Falls for Edward C. Murphy, 80. Mr. Murphy died yesterday at Lake Region Hospital, and was a resident of Fergus Falls. Rites Satirday for Mrs. JUolph Jotasii Mrs. Adolph (Beatrice) Johnson, 64, Barrett, died yesterday at Lake Region Hospital. The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, rural Barrett, with the Rev. Arthur Wickstrom officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Johnson was born Feb. 7, 1908, in Grant County, the daughter of Oscar and Caroline Ostenson. On June 22,1930, she married Adolph Johnson, making their home in and farming in lien Township of Grant County. Survivors Include her husband; five sons, Odell, Fargo; Burton, Denver, Colo.; LeRoy, Ronald, and Leon, all of Barrett; four daughters, Mrs. Gary (tone) Peterson, Hoffman; Mrs. John (Carolyn) Wiig, Rapid-City, S.D.; Mrs. Ronald (Eileen) Werk, Herman, and Mrs. Robbie(Karen) Olson, Barrett; 21 grandchildren; three brothers, TUmer and Walter Ostenson, both of Elbow Lake, and Albert Ostenson, Barrett; two sisters, Mrs. Arnold (Lillian) Paulson and Mrs. Floyd (Harriet) Lehman, both of Elbow Lake. Visitation at the Erickson Funeral Home of Elbow Lake will be Friday ^afternoon and evening. Eiraa Risiirrit of Daltoi dies Services will be held May 1 at 11 a.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Dalton, for Emma Risbrudt of Dalton who died April 27 at Lake Region Hospital at the age of 90. The Hev. Wendell Johnson will officiate and burial will be in St. Olaf Cemetery. Miss Risbrudtvras born in St. Olaf Township on Jan. 19,1586, the daughter of Ellef and Kristl Risbrudt. She was raised oh and lived most of her lifetime on the home farm in St. Olaf Township of Otter Tail County. As a young woman she homesteaded in Montana, returning several years later and lived the rest of her lifetime in the Dalton community. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Oliver (Tina) Engebretson, Havre, Mont. Visitation all day Friday and evening at the Nilson Funeral Home, Ashby. TELEVISION SCHEDULES KXJB Ch. 4 Wednesday Night 6:30 Country Place 7-.00 Orangutan 7:30 Orangutan 8:00 Cannon 8:30 Cannon 9:00 Blue Knight 9:30 Blue Knight WDAY Ch. 6 Wednesday Night 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Little House 7:30 on the Prairie 8:00 Sanford & Son 8:30Chico 9:00 Hawk 9:30 Hawk ****" Auction Directory THURSDAY, APRIL 29 - DAVID GILLASPEY, Kt miles southeast of Elizabeth, 1 p.m., Charles Clausen, Auctioneer (Machinery, Household, Misc.) SATURDAY, MAY 1 - JOE & BETTY NEUDECK, South side of Little Pine Lake. 12:30 pjn. Ray & Jerry Barthel, Auctioneer! (Household Goods) SATURDAY, MAY 1 - ADOLPH 1 MONICA SHEBECK, 3(4 miles South on Highway 81 and 1H miles West of Wahpeton. 10 a.m. Mike Stern, Auctioneer. (Machinery, Antiques, Furniture, Etc.) SATURDAY, MAY 1 - BERT 1 IORRAINE HOLDT & ROZE GLF.F.SiWi, 12:30 p.m., 3 miles north of Clitherall, Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Household, Antiques) TUESDAY, MAY 4 - WALFRED AND EVELYN LARSON, 5 miles south of Rothsay, 10 a.m., Dean Sillerud and Warren Beckman, Auctioneers (Farm Machinery, Antiques) FRIDAY, MAY 7, - NORMAN HODNEFELD, 7 miles northwest of Battle Lake, 1:30 p jn., Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 8 - JENSEN REALTY, South Vine St., Fergus' Falls, in back of Service Food, 10:30 a.m.. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 8 — CLARENCE T. OISON, Evansville, Minn., 1:00 p.m., Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Farm and Garage Equip., Household, Antiques). SATURDAY,MAY8-MRS.MARYVANMETER4 MR. & MRS. MILTON HOVLAND, 125 West Bancroft, Fergus Falls, 1 p.m., I*o Kugler i Emery Otnes, Auctioneers (Household, Antiques) SATURDAY, MAY 15 - OSCAR MOES ESTATE, 5 miles south of Henning, 1 p.m., Al JedlicK, Auctioneer (Antiques, Machinery, Misc.) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - ROGER i ALICE GABBERT, 5 miles north of Ashby, 10 a.m., Al Jedlkki & Boyd Michael, Auctioneers (Dairy- Cattle. 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