The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 29, 1976 · Page 9
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Area [happenings... Testimonial hearing DETROIT LAKES - A testimonial hearing will be held May 4 at 10 a.m. in the north half multi-purpose room of the Area Vocational Institute at Detroit Lakes on "Minnesota's Energy Situation, a Biennial Report to the Governor and the Legislature°" The hearing is open to 'he public, and a question time has been scheduled. Several state senators and legislators plan to be in attendance. / Home loan meetings set The Minnesota Housing Finance Agency is conducting two informational meetings in West Central Minnesota about the home loan improvement and grant programs which have been funded this year by the Minnesota legislature. • The meetings will be held on Thursday, May 6 at 10 a.m. at the City Hall, Alexandria and at 2 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers, Moorhead. Staff from the Minnesota State Housing Finance Agency will be present to explain the programs which are intended to enable low- aral middle-income homeowners to rehabilitate their homes. Funds are to be granted to qualified local government units or nonprofit corporations who would administer the program for city, count) 1 , or multi-county areas. Interested city and county government officials, or agency representatives are encouraged to attend. Kissinger has stomach ache By BARRY SCHWEID Associated Press Writer KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, who dined Wednesday on such delicacies as wild boar and leaves of manioc plants, woke up with a stomach ache today, forcing cancelation of the day's activities in Zaire. In addition to eating exotic cuisine, Kissinger also told a news conference Wednesday that the U.S. government will help negotiate the transition to Mack rule in Rhodesia if it is asked to do so. Although his offer stirred memories of his shuttle diplomacy between Israel and its Arab foes, he said: "1 have no immediate plan to return to black Africa nor am saying I would be the party" who would do-the negoliating. Officials said Kissinger was experiencing "a mild case of gastroenteritis" today. His indisposition kept him from a visit to the Fine Arts Academy, a market place, a model farm and lunch with Zaire officials. Except for a few uncomfortable hours one day last year while visiting Jordan, Kissinger has traveled hundreds of thousands of miles, eating his way through mounds of bizarre cui sine without losing a step. Elsewhere in Africa, Rhodesian officials reported today that 10 black guerrillas were killed by Rhodesian security forces since Tuesday. The announcement did not say where the clashes occurred. In Lusaka, Zambia, three Rhodesian guerrillas, charged with the booby Iran assassination of Rhodesian black nation- reel interference in the struggle for Hack liberation in southern Africa. "If one country tries to establish its hegemony, then the other nations will be forced to respond," he said. The Zaire government endorsed Kissinger's speech Tuesday repudiating the white- minority government in Rhodesia and calling for negotiations to transfer power to the black majority within two years. "What we particularly appreciate is that the United States removes all hopes from the minority in Rhodesia that it can, with impunity, continue to spurn the wishes of the majority. It must know now lhat it- cannot count on the U.S. support," said Foreign Minister Nguza Karl-I-Bond. A communique issued after Kissinger conferred with Nguza and President Mobuto Sese Seko said the United States would provide Zaire with $5 million for cotton. It added that Zaire might also get a $20 million bank credit to finance the purchase of American mining equipment. Kissinger was spending today in Zaire also, going to Liberia on Friday, because the government of Ghana canceled his visit there. The Ghanaians said their chief of state, Col. Ignatius Acheampong, was sick. But U.S. officials blamed the cancellation on agitation by Soviet diplomats among Ghanaian students and with the Ghanaian government. The State Department announced in Washington that complaints had been delivered to the Soviet Use caution if digging Bell advises Many of Northwestern Bell's cables and wires in this area are "out-of-sight" and manager E.P. Riviere hopes they will stay that way. Iliviere today urged backyard gardners, do-it- yourself fence and patio builders as well as contractors, excavating companies and road crews to call the phone company before digging in the vicinity of buried telephone cables and wires. The manager said the company placed 2,100 miles of cable underground last year in Minnesota bringing the statewide total to 34,200 miles. "By placing our facilities underground, we eliminate the threat of service outages caused by ice and wind storms or falling tree limbs," the manager said. "Underground facilities also do not detract from the ecology of the area." Those planning to dig should either call the telephone company repair service or a no- charge number ZENITH 2345. This will enable thecompanyto check records and dispatch a person to pinpoint the exact location of buried facilities if necessary'. Persons who have buried facilities right up to their homes should exercise caution even when digging in their yards to make certain they do not cut off their own telephone service. Eisenhowers will move to New York NEW YORK (AP) - David Eisenhower and his wife, the former Julie Nixon, are planning to take up residence in Manhattan. " The couple leased a two-bedroom Upper East Side apartment overiookinR the Fast River and are scheduled to move from Washington about May 15. Eisenhower, the grandson of the late President Dwight D. Eisenhower, is to graduate shortly from the School of law at Georgetown University. He has had various job offers from law firms here. He and the daughter of former President Richard M. Nixon were married in 1968. At their new address they will be neighbors of Julie's sister, Tricia, whose husband, Edward Cox, is a lawyer with a New York firm. The Eisenhowers' new home is in the 34-story Pavilion apartment building, an 850-u.iit structure with unusually tight security. Two bedroom apartments rent for $675 to $850 a month, depending on the floor they are on and the view. FERGUS FALLS 1976 ARTS & CRAFTS SHOWING Fill out ami mail to Chamber of Commerce, Box 724, Fergus Falls, Minn. 54S37 Name Address City Phone Mo Yes— I will b« displaying and selling the following items at your Show on Saturday, June 12. No entries will be allowed to display their wares without an official entry blank approved by the Arts & Crafts Committee. All entry blanks must be mailed to me Chamber of Commerce by Friday, June 4... in order to be eligible for this event. of Glory' to lie broadcast' "Sounds of Glory," a daily five-minulc radio show consisting of vignettes of early American history, will be broadcast daily starling Monday at 5 p.m. by KERF Radio, according to Bud Nornes, program director. The show is provided by the Kiwanis Club of Fergus'Fa Us. Fergus Fills (Mi.) loirnal Thurs., April 29,1976 9 Arts and crafts show set June 12 Fergus Falls merchants will sponsor the third annual Arts and Crafts Show on Saturday, June 12. Exhibits and sales will be displayed in front of downtown businesses. The accompanying coupon is the registration blank for those interested in displaying and selling handicrafts. location preferences may be expressed, however, the Arts and Crafts Committee will make all final assignments. Mail this completed entry form to the Chamber of Commerce, Box 724, Fergus Falls. Deadline for entries is Friday, June 4. A form letter will be sent to registrants at a date preceding the show, confirming entries and locations to sell. Items acceptable for display . include original watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings, needlecraft. handcrafted jewelry, pottery, sculpture, macrame, decoupage, woodcarvings, and other appropriate handicraft. The Arts and Crafts Committee reserves the right to reject merchandise which is not handcrafted. FOR RENT OR SALE LAWN SWEEPER AND ROTO GARDEN TILLERS By the hour,or by the day. THE PARTS HOUSE PH.7M-6W1 217 W. Washington Ave. Fergus Falls, Minn. GARBAGE CAN HOLDERS Available in 2- or 3-Can Sizes 2-CAN HOLDERS Unpainted...tl5.50 Painted... S17.SO 3-CAN HOLDERS Unpainted... 517,50 Painted... 519.50 FREE CITY DELIVERY Wealsofeature Small Wood Frame Storage Buildings DIAL 736-2314 AFTER 6 P.M. Public Meetings Fergus Falls City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 3, City Hall. Agenda items include development district proposals, three cost hearings, and a street vacation hearing. The City Council fire committee meeting on change orders for the new fire station has been changed to 7:30 a.m. Friday, April 30. alist leader Herbert Chitepp and Ghanaian embassies, las; year, were scheduled for The cancellation was the sec- trial before Zambia's high ondfor Kissinger's African tour court. and reduced to six the number In his Wednesday news con- of nations he is visiting. Nigeria ference, Kissinger again warn- withdrew its invitation before edtheSovietUnionagainstdi- he left Washington. NOW You Can Afford a New Custom Home Your home is Ihe bkjgesl invdslmenl of your lite. So why spend you i hard earned money on a dull fact-type home when you can own a superior custoro-lxnM home (hat's designed lo m«et your family's requirements. Let LAMCO show how you can own a new custom home. We can handle everylhing-planning/materials/ conslruclron/linantino. Call us soon. SPEC HOMES AVAILABLE •••• |^|y|Q^mnM*MniHMMi ! LAMCO 1 Woy<d Llke Uore infornalion 5 • BJ. 771 • 2 F«rg« FjHi Mmn S6S37 y11 | • I ttairen Swanson Na^t »M tu •HflNMIIHHBM A O.viS-Onof Lanpf rHumfce' Co AUCTION Saturday, May 1 - 2 p.m. ZIOH LUTHERAN CHURCH 202 East Summit— Fergus Falls These items have been contributed to raise hinds for church kitchen remodeling. Anyone wishing to donate articles for the auction may bring them to the church Friday evening or call 734-7049. HOUSEHOLD ft MISCELLANEOUS Pair 6-foot skis (new) p >" <""?« '»&"> nearly new Footstool (ottoman) like new Samsonite card table, like new 4 light-weight cardtable chairs Homemade throw rug bag (for Garment travel) Smith-Corona portable typewriter Heavy-duty swing set 21" Black & White TV Console Electric lawn mower Barbecue grill B TV tables Wading pool Montgomery sewing machine with cabinet Universal electric sewing machine with cabinet Hollywood style bed with mattress Utility sink Double kitchen sink with cabinet, faucets & double drainbwrd CoWspot refrigerator 9' x 12' braided rug Monarch electric range (apt. size) General Elect, kitchen range General Electric range (apt. size) Monarch electric range Gas range Bathroom sink Kitchen sink Full-size bed with spring 54" rollaway bed Dining room table S wooden dining room chairs Queen Anne dining room table and 6 chairs Large sewing fable 15 gallon electric water heater 2 hand-made quilts Kitchen utensils Deep fat fryer Records .Gun cabinet 1 axes Afghan Small ice crusher (new) Portable crib 2 Baby strollers Tricycle Swing set Doll, house 20" play stove Ping pong table 10 speed bike 20" boy's bike 24" boy's bike 24" girl's bike Pair roller skates, size 7 Pr. Women's ice skates, size 8 Pr. women's ice skates, size 9 Pr. brown suede ladies boots (knee high), size BB Law, spreader C-.r tires: 2 7-75-14 1 G-78-15 snow tires 2 G-7J-14 ANTIQUES Bath tub with feet Blue fruit jars Antique bowl «5 yrs. old) 3-S-galkm cream cans AGENCY COMPARE; SAVE EXTRA LOW DISCOONT PRICES COUPONS AND PR1CESGOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1976 BUFFERIN BOTTLE OF 100 $|49 MURINE For Eyes Soothes and refreshes tired, overworked eyes. 0.6-01. squeeze Walgreen 3 Shampoos | 59* rfHERBAl' 16-01. Limit 2. IMAALOX « Antacid Liquid 12-oi. C Limit 1 $1 49 * I » J Vaseline Intensive Care 10-oz. lotion. Regular, Herbal. BAYER ASPIRIN, 100's (Limit I) QA£ Milk Bath or Herbal Bath Sauna COCOA BUTTER CREAM YOUR CHOICE 8-OZ. JAR 99 EMERY OTNES, AUCTIONEER TERMS CASH. FIRST-AID SPRAY Sunburn Relief For min;n Cuts, sc'Cpev ictolehes. No slmc. 5 01. Ouchlesi TeUo °od SAVE! CUR AD BANDAGES K>0 CAPSULES AllbeewithC MULTIV1TAMINS K e$ 4 98 SAVE MORE! SPECIAL REFUND iseestwe disp'av! 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