The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 15, 1976 · Page 2
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Saturday, May 15, 1976
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Today in history By Tie Associated Pr«s Today is Saturday, May 15 the 136th day of 1976. There are 230 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1940, the Netherlands surrendered to Germany in World War 11. On this date: In 1571, Moscow was burned by Turkish, Mongolian and other tribesmen known as the Tartars. In 1602, Cape Cod was discovered by the English navigator, Bartholomew Gosnold In 1767, Genoa sold the island of Corsica to France. In 1862, the U.S. Department of Agriculture was established by Congress. In 1924, Congress passed a Dill putting immigration into tie United States on a Quota basis. In 1970, Elizabeth Hoisington and Anna Mae Hays became the first women generals in US. history. Ten years ago: The United Stales said it favored Belgium as the location of NATO military and politkial headquarters that had been in France. Five years ago: Ground fighting in Indochina lapsed Into isolated skirmishes, but U.S. B-52 bombers continued strikes in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. One year ago: Thieves stole 36 important Impressionist paintings from the Museum of Modern Art in Milan, Italy. Thought for today: God's mill grinds slowly, but it grinds exceedingly fine — a German proverb. —1HE- WEATHER feyNeatter 1975-76 MII Mm Pep Hit 52 35 66 31 62 33 70 47 70 42 70 12 ,27 0 .05 0 44 0 54 49 .IS 60 48 On f/ie $ local scene 57 28 80 37 51 74 47 76 46 69 46 70 40 15 40 63 44 0 9 3 4 5 51 24 6 57 24 7 63 34 8 82 46 86 44 0 10 73 40 0 11 72 39 0 12 72 41 0 13 75 43 22 14 87 39 Cbarln E. Adtms Voluitetr Observer Orwell Dam Library receives gift Tfce Public Library has received a $1,000 grant from Roger L and Agnes C. Dell Charitable Trust to provide fundimfor a Bicentennial book project. This project is part of the library's observance of (he 200th anniversary of the nation A selected group of books dealing with the varied aspects of American We mil be purchased. Titles included will cover ^^^^"eL^..?',^™' ™* ^es. Books NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Variable cloudiness and cooler northwest with chance of rain, dear to partly cloudy and warm southeast today with highs mid 60s northwest <o low 80s southeast. Partly cloudy and cooler tonight with chance of rain southeast and lows upper 30s to upper 40s. Clear to partly cloudy and cooler Sunday with highs upper 50s to upper 60s. North Dakota: Mostly cloudy today with rain or thunderstorms central and east. Clearing tonight, mostly clear Sunday. Highs today 60s. Lows tonighl 30s and 40s. POL ADVCRTIS1KG Prepared. uotr « p Ferris Falls (Hi.) tonal Sal., Hay 15,1976 Extended Forecast Minnesota: Dry with cooling Monday through Wednesday. LowMondaymid30stomid40s l cooling to upper 20s and upper 30s by Wednesday. High in 60s Monday, mid 60s to mid 60s Tuesday and Wednesday. North Dakota: Clear to partly cloudy Monday through Wednesday. High in 60s. Low in upper 30s and low 40s. South Dakota: No significant precipitation Monday ihrough Wednesday. High in 60s. Low in 40s. POLII.CtL ADiLTlilhr, Pttft'VJ. KROGH EDUCATION IS HIS THING VOTE MAY 18 Wetastoy, May 19 MIITINO AND STAG Serving 4:00 to 7:30 SMORGASBORD 'I 75 Meeting—8:00 Perrie Sheldon, E.R. Serving Off Menu Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights from 4p.m. to 10 Area happenings., music, science and industry and religrai and philosophy will be considered as a lasting Bicentennial contribution tolhe community Firemen called once FergusFalls firemen were summoned Friday about 8:20 p.m. to the Robo Car Wash on West Lincoln to extinguish a blaze from a gas pump. A car driven by Ed Jones, Britton, S.D., had baked into the pump. Damage was estimated at $800 to the pump nothing to the car. PCX.. ADV. Prcpired. orMrtd pubtfihtd tid p*U for •! reccljr MwtiVng run By wiyn* Renting in h'l o*n bcnjlf "I believe I have the qualifications to address the current issues of local control, finances and neighborhood accessibility." RONNING FOR SCHOOL BOARD Spring musical FTIAZEE - "The Fantastkks'', by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, has been chosen as the spring musical by directors Dave Goebel, Barry Reierson, and Joyce Riebe, Frazee. The play is a modern day "Romeo ,nd Juliet," and will be presented at the Vergas auitorium at 8 p.ra. on Thursday and Friday, May 20 and 21. Crash victim recovering Charles Carson, injured in a light plane crash near Orwell Dam April 25, is listed in satisfactory condition in St. Luke's Hospital in Fargo, where he has been hospitalized since the crash. No Federal Aviation Administration report on the cause of the crash has been released to date. Club gets liquor license OTTERTAIL - Residents in Ottertail yesterday voted 38-16 to allow the village council to grant a Sunday liquor license to the. Otter Supper Club, Inc. Dog 'shoots' his master FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - Wilbert Carnival says his dog Coodo didn't mean to shoot him. Carnival was repairing a fence Thursday on the ranch where he works when he shot at some gophers with a .22 rifle. After one shot, he put the still- cocked weapon in his truck. Carnival, 50, told Larimer County sheriff's deputies that the dog accidentally stepped on the trigger when he jumped into the truck. The bullet went through Carnival's right thigh, but he wasn't seriously injured. SPECIALS DISCOUNTED NOW! Pontiac Sunbird Stock No. 8539 Radio, 4-speed transmission, white wall tires and wheel covers. $ 3495 Hatchback 2-Door Tinted glass, body side mouldings, sports mirrors, 4- speed, rally wheels, radio and sports stripe. '3595 Poitnc Aitre ASTSLGI ; DCCR H/uCiiiwU'X COVFf Stock No.8556 Manufacturer's 5-Year, 60,000 mile engine guarantee. Ask Salesmen for details. AUTOMATIC SHIFT or 5-SPEED TRANSMISSION on Astres ordered now! WORNER'S AUTO SALES AMC • OMs • PoMtiac West Lincoln Avenue - 7».JM3 NEWYORK POULTRY MARKET (May 14) NEWYORK(AP)-(USDA) — Dressed poultry. North Al- tantic carlot and trucklot turkey markets, UJS. Grade A, ready-to-cook, frozen, f.o.b. or equivalent: Interest for bens improved and fair. Processors offerings adequate to occasionally fully adequate. Many retail outlets have already secured end-of-May needs while others continued to enter the market Demand for 22-26 Ibs tens is fair, but not as active as midweek. Offerings adequate. Bulk breast meat sold at 1.35-1.38 in latest trading. Sales reported: hens 8-16 Ibs 49-4914; toms 20-22 Ibs 53, 22-24 Ibs 58, 24-26 Ibs 51 cents. Squabs and ducklings unchanged. Here's how they voted WASHINGTON (AP)-Here is how congressmen from Minnesota and the Dakotas voted Thursday when the House gave final approval, 224-170, to a 1413.3 billion federal spending ceiling bill. A yes vote is a vote for passage of the bill. Minnesota: Democrats — Berglaral, Nolan and Oberstar yes; Fraser and Karth not voting. Republicans — Frenzel, Hagedorn and Quie no. North Dakota: Republican Andrews no. South Dakota: Republican - Abdnjr, Pressler no.. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET (May 14) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) -- Wheat receipts Friday 161, year ago 211; Spring wheat cash trading basis down 3-4; prices up Ki. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 3.76(4-5.1414. Test weight premiums: one cent each pound 58 to 61 Ibs; one cent discount each 14 Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices; 11 per cent 3.7614; 12,3.9114; 13,4.01*4; 14 4.32<4-4.3514; 15, 4.72>4-4.7514; 16, 4.9914-5.MV4; 17, 5.09ft- 5.1414. No. 1 hard Montana winter MinivS.D. No. 1 hard winter 3.41Vi-4.«14. No. 1 hard amber durum, 4.20-4.50; discounts, amber 10 cents; durum 20 cents. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.79*i- 2.80?i. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.56-1.72. Barley, cars 126, year ago 58; Larker 2.56-3.35; Blue Malting 2.56-3.15; Beacon 2.56-3.20; Feed 2.75-2.95. Rye No. 1 and 2 2.75-2.95. Flax No. I truck 6.70, rail 6.75. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 5.13»i. **** Auction Directory WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 - MRS. VERNON SKALMAN, 114 miles east of Fergus Falls YMCA, 6 p.m., Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Household, Miscellaneous) THURSDAY, MAY 20 - ERNEST W. NELSON, 8 miles Southeast of Pelican Rapids. 12 noon. Charles Trane, Auctioneer. (Farm Machinery, Household) FRIDAY, MAY 21 - ADOLPH WIESSNER, 2 miles West of Comer Store fron Otter Tail Lake and 14 mile Soulh. 6 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Household, Misc. Mach.) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - LOUIS LESHOVSKY, 314 miles South and I mile West of Wahpeton. 1 p.m. Campbell Bros., Auctioneers. (Farm Machinery, Antiques, etc.) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - LYNN 4 JANE HAAGENSON, MATTHEW 4 MURIEL JOHN, 414 miles northeast of Erhard, 12 noon, Dean Sillerud, Auctioneer (Household & Antiques) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - ROGER 4 AIJCE GABBERT, 5 miles north of Ashby, 10 a.m., Al Jedlicki 4 Boyd Michael, Auctioneers (Dairy Cattle,Dairy Equip., Machinery) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - PAUL THUNSELLE, 12 miles South of Fergus Falls on Highway 59. 10 a.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Machinery, Antiques, Household) SUNDAY, MAY 23 - BETTY 4 WILLMAR SAMUEISON, north side of Homing, 12:30 p.m., Cols. Jim Bous 4 Les Jenkins, Auctioneers. (Hobby Farm, Cattle, Machinery, Horses) SATURDAY, MAY 29 - WALTER J. NEULEIB, 5 miles East of Rothsay. 10am Charles Trane, Auctioneer (Farm Machinery, Household & Antiques) SATURDAY, JUNE 5 - ERNEST PALMQUIST ESTATE, Melby, Minn., 1:00 p.m. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Antiques, Household, Tools). **** PAID ADV Preset* rfr tiling r*'n in fc i ow *S p*M tor at id VOTERS OF UNDERWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT 550 A vote for Dale K. Joharrsen is a vote for good basic education and true public representation. I am for more emphasis on reading, writing and arithmetic instead of extra curricular activities. Your vote will be appreciated. EltctMR TMifcy, May It, 1974 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. TUESDAY SPECIAL! DELICIOUS Cheeseburgers ""33* QUIK STOP 11> WEST LINCOLN j«CXyis^3js rn.isuftMfa Donald (Don) Haus FOR FERGUS FALLS SCHOOL BOARD • Experienced in solving problems on a day-to-day basis. • Experienced in real estate, was a member of the Metropolitan Board of Realtors. • Board member for 3 years on Metropolitan Parent-Child program. • Moved back to Fergus Fairs to go into partnership with his father-in-law, full-time farm operation. • Over 40 percent of the school district's children are from rural areas, they should be proportionately represented on the board. i ( .. ijr _ _ m ___ _ '"'* 'Donald I Don I'H'JUS' MORE RURAL REPRESENTATION IS NEEDED FOR FAIR REPRESENTATION ON THE BOARDI S C O T T S fftt family center * 1*1^0.11 It tT.S-HHC.-flT WEEKEND 130 WEST CAVOUR AVENUE IN FERGUS FALLS PLENTY OF CONVENIENT FREE PARKING DOORBUSTER SPECIALS! PRICES GOOD SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 16 AND 17 ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST OPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON TO 6 P.M. TOMATO PLANTS REGULAR OR HYBRIDS PEPPERS - CAULIFLOWER CABBAGE • MOSS ROSE SNAPDRAGONS 74 BASKET • BIG BOYS • BEEFMASTER • BIG EAKLY •MORTON •BfAUTY BEST • SHIANN • FIREBALL • HEINZ-1350 All Fresh and Healthy • JET STAR 74 BASKET HYBRID PETUNIAS All Colors COLEUS - PANSIES MARIGOLDS-AGERATUM 74 BASKET FISHING TACKLE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ALL FISHING TACKLE AND ALL FISHING RODS - REELS - AND ACCESSORIES PURCHASES MUST BE MADE AT SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENTONLY 10 OFF EXCIUDESADVERTIZEDSALE ITEMS OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY 4-BAR JERGENS SOAP Four 3-Oi. bars banded together. PACKS (I Bars) FOR 76 Limit: Packs NORELCO DIAL-A-BREW AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER With new dial-a-brew system. The Original FRISBEE By WHAMO Americas Favorite Game of catch 67 Limit one 100% Polyester DOUBLE KNIT FABRIC Sclrdl - FiDCrM Jacqwrdt FIRSTQUALITYON BOLTS

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