UPS talks recessed ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, 111. (AP) - A 13-sttle walkout against United Parcel Service by Teamsters drivers, sorters Hamburger Steak Plate Dinner One-third of a pound of real meat... plus Home Fried Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Toast and Coffee. Try this delicious plate dinner soon! QU1KSIOP Driver!* 4W West Lincoln Fergus Falls and loaders entered its second week today as contract talks recessed for the weekend. In Washington, U.S. Postal Service officials reported that the strike by 14,000; union members In Midwest and Rocky Mountain states had boosted parcel post by GO percent in its Central Region and by 20 percent in other areas. A Teamsters source said that bargaining would resume Monday at this suburb northwest of Chicago. The source characterized Friday's talks as "moving in a positive direction." UPS operations in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming are affected by the strike which began on May 1 when a multistate contract expired. Teamsters employed by UPS in Illinois and Indiana, negotiating a separate agreement, have continued working under a contract extension. Earlier, a Teamsters source said monetary issues were "all in place" and the dispute centered on contract language and seniority. 81 OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE WANTED for o new program "THE EASIER WAY" Call 1-612-762-1394 Direct or Collect Mission fest scheduled at city church Calvary Free Lutheran Church will sponsor a mission festival Sunday. The programs will feature the Rev. John Abel Family, Association of Free Lutheran Congregations missionary family to Brazil. Mr. Abel will bring me message at the morning'worsblp service at 11 a.m. The Abel Children will bring a message in song during the morning worship service. The Abel children will also present a program during the Sunday school hour at 9:45 a.m. At 8 p.m., the Abels will discuss the mission work in Brazil with a slide presentation and share in word and song. Mr. Abel has served as the field director of the mission work of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, The center for the Brazilian work is located in Carapo Mourao, Parana, Brazil, where they help direct the seminary and Bible school. The Abels and their seven children have spent more than 10 years representing the AFLC on the mission field. They are presently living in Fergus Falls while on furlough and plan to return to Brazil in January, 1977. Russian a/d cutback noted Today in history By GEORGE GEDOA Atuclated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - For the first time in 25 years, the Soviet Union is not financially supporting any major non- Communist Third World nation, and a new report by a private research group says the Russians may nave given up in the "foreign aid race." The study noted that the concept of foreign aid has been critkued in the United States for years by those who say it has no value in gaining political influence in poor countries. And the report by the Institute for International Policy suggests that Communist countries may have reached that conclusion. "Do you realize that we have given away a quarter of a trillion dollars in foreign aid? Now where are our friends? There're all gone. You cannot find them," Rep. Otto Passman, D-La., a long-time foreign aid critic, said last year. The study indicates Passman's lament could have been uttered with equal fervor in either Moscow or Peking. The report says the Soviet Union has spent millions of aid dollars in such countries as 6^-SCHICKEN Bring this coupon to Charlie's Pizza and SAVE 75 C onj BUCKET OF CHICKEN 1 *hile chicken irld choice of salad, colesb* or tossed, |it6c loast and potatoes. 'One COD pen per customer. Offer good Monday, May U, thru Friday, May M. AHJlabk for takeout and detntry. Ph. 736-2241 of 736-2279 226 H.Lincoln, Fergus Falls Pizza To^Your Good Health By Dr. George C. Thosteson MISCARRIAGE CAUSE DIFFICULTTO PINPOINT Dear Dr. Thoslesoa: During the first few years of my marriage I hive had two miscarriages (at three aodfour moatta).-! have been t»U that because of an early spinal cord injury is a child, which left me paralyzed fnm the waist down, I have a very slim chance of carrying a child successfully. Yet my obstetrician tells me that some spine-injury victims, who have also suffered nerve damage, have had successful pregnancies. I would appreciate any information you might have. I have had an Xray of the uterus and no abnormalities were discovered. — R.N. Most miscarriages are nature's way of preventing the birth of a defective child, of discarding a blighted ovum (egg). It can stem from an abnormality of the egg or sperm, or in the way (he egg was implf.ted in the uterus. Most occut '•: UK first three months of pregnancy. It is impossible to comment on your specific case, not knowing the nature of the spinal damage you mention. It is possible for such damage to result in an incompetent cervix, i ATTENTION Do You Need Money? We Need Carriers. Daily Journal Route May Be Your Answer. W° need ipplic»nis who are qualified to fill route vacancies in the /!near future. H interested, fill out the application blank below and mail or /bring it to the Fergus Falls Daily journal office. 914 E. Channisg. -Carriers (or Battle Lake, Pelica mi Balton CARRIER APPLICATION Name . Address Grade in School Pfxm* Age References (Name Two) Signature of Parent.. Applicants Signature which might not allow retention of the fetus. In some miscarriage-prone women a hormonal imbalance exists, and it is treated with hormone supplements to improve the site of egg implantation. In most cases the cause of' miscarriage is obscure and prevention is difficult. However, if none of the problems I mentioned above are present, there is no reason why you should not be able to carry a baby successfully. 1 assume as well that you and your husband have weighed the possible effects on your own health and considered the difficulties yuu-might have in rearing a child. Dear Dr. Tbostesoi: I had a complete hysterectomy a mMth ago. How tag stunk) I wait before I can have ux? Alsc, please said me yon bttUet on vagUJtts. I'm sending yo»!5 ce^s and a stamped and self-adfassed envelope.— Mrs. M.H. If there have been no complications it is usually possible to have sex from six to eight weeks after the operation. I'm glad you're not one of those women who feel sex necessarily "ends" with this operation.'Of course it doesn't. Dear Dr. Thosttsoa: I am a l(-year-old girl and have had emphysema since birth. Can you tell me o( any free clinks I can go to for help? Since my mother's third divorce nobody seems to cart about my health. Thank yoa.-S.B- Explain your situation to a school nurse. If there is none in your school, confide in a trusted teacher or relative, who can find help for you. You, more than the average youngster, need medical advice, especially if your emphysema is the rarer type related to fibrocystic disease of the pancreas. This stems from a birth defect, and it can cause many complications in later life. There is no reason why a young girl like you should be cast adrift medically, no matter how many divorces your mother has had. Dear Dr. TbosteMD: Maiy lights I awakned from sleep with the feehag that I sbnld go to me bathroom to nrhute. Bit geaeraHy I am-se sleepy Chat I hesitate to go for fear of not betes ibfe to fan back to sleep wbei I return to bed. My qKstta: Is It damaging to the Madder to ptstpooc emptyhg it this way?-Mrs- P.B. The rule is to urinate when the urge is there. Chances are the relief offered would make sleep more likely than holding the urine. Developing this habit of not urinating can produce problems later on—for instance, bladder infection, to which women seem most prone. Emphysema can be controlled. To learn how to live with this serious lung problem, write for a copy of Dr. Thostesoa's booklet, "How to Control Emphysema," care of • this newspaper. Enclose a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 25 cents. Dr. Thosteson welcomes reader mail but regrets that, due to the tremendous volume received daily, he is unable to answer individual letters. Readers' questions are incorporated in his column whenever possible. Egypt, Indonesia, Argentina, Chile and China over the years, only to see these countries eventually shift their allegiances away. The study notes that State Department witnesses 20 years ago used to frighten Congress with details of a "Communist aid offensive," but it said "If there ever was a real aid race between East and West, the West has won by default." It says the Soviets, for the first lime in a Quarter century, are not underwriting a single major non-Communist country in the Third World, concluding, "Unsuccessful in saving the world from capitalism, the Russians are at least saving themselves a lot of money." China has been trying to woo several African countries with aid programs but its goal of reducing Soviet influence in them generally has not been successful, the study says. Citing State Department statistics, the report says Egypt received Soviet economic assistance totaling 112 billion before expelling Soviet personnel from the country in 1972. Since then, Egypt has developed close ties with the United States. The leftward shift in Chile and Argentina earlier this decade attracted Soviet bloc aid commitments totaling $756 million, according to the report, but both countries have since undergone rightist coups, reducing Soviet influence to a minimum. China absorbed an estimated $1.8 billion In Soviet aid In the 1950s only to turn into Russia's bitterest enemy in the 1960s and 1970s, it said. By The Associated frets Today Is Saturday, May S, the 129th day of 1976. There are 237 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1541, the Spanish explorer, Hernando de Solo, discovered the Mississippi River at a point near the present city of Memphis, Tenn. On this date: In 1M6, the first battle of the Mexican War was fought at Palo Alto, Tex. In 1884, the 33rd American President, Harry Truman, was born on a farm near Umar, Mo. In 1939, Spain withdrew from the League of Nations. In 1942, the Pacific War Battle of the Coral Sea ended in a victory for the Allied nations. In 1945, President Harry Truman announced in a broadcast that World War II was over in Europe. In 1958, anti-American demonstrators were abusive to Vice President and Mrs. Richard Nixon during a visit to Lima, Peru. Ten years ago: South Vietnam's Premier Nguyen Cao Ky said his military government intended to stay in power one more year despite opposition by Buddhist leaders and others. Five years ago: An attempt to send the U.S. spacecraft Mariner 8 around the planet Mars (ailed when the second stage of the booster rocket tumbled out of control and fell into Die Atlantic Ocean. One year ago: President Ford reaffirmed American military support of South Korea in his campaign to reassure VS. allies in Asia after the fall of South Vietnam to the Communists. Today's birthdays: Italian movie director Roberto Rosse- lini is 70. Writer Theodore So- renson is M. Thought (or today; No man ever did a designed Injury to Fergus Falls (Hn.) kinal Sal., May 8,1976 ] another without doing a greater to himself — Henry Home, Scottish jurist, 1696-1782. 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