The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 18, 1976 · Page 1
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Moisture shortage 'critical' I MARKETS I Falr weather favors most of the nation ^^ I I DU t%ia AecsutJatMl PVMC n__» i . r »r n__t i I Tamruirat> MIXNEAKMJSlAPi-The moisture shortage is "critical" in southern and west-central Minnesota and "mostly short" elsewhere in the slate. That analysis came Monday in the weekly weather and crop report prepared by John Gralf, acting meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service office in Minneapolis-St. Paul and David X. Taylor, statist!- Woman faces Wadena bank robbery charge ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Doris Jean Handelman, 55, St. Paul, was indicted by a federal grand jury Monday in connection with robberies of the Anoka and Wadena banks in March and April. The woman also is charged in the holdup of a bank in Forest I.ake, and is currently in custody awaiting prosecution in thai case. dan of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Temperatures were warm For the week ending Sunday, averting three degrees above normal. Precipitation was well below normal except in the southeast. Seasonal totals were nearly three inches above normal in the extreme southeast. ' But elsewhere in the state, moisture deficiencies ranged from one to three inches. Crop Horse clinic set at Henning West Otter Tail County 4- H'ers enrolled in the horse project have the opportunity to attend a horse clinic in preparation for the county fair. The clinic will be held Saturday, June 12, 1 p.m., at Ihe Henning Arena. Topics to be discussed are: how to prepare your horse for a show, grooming, proper equipment, horsemanship (bring your own horse) and horse safely. The clinic will be conducted by Al JedlkVi. development has been slowed by the moisture shortage: Small grain was mostly seeded, but the report said growth was 22 per cent poor and 50 per cent fair. Corn was 93 per cent planted, compared with 43 per cent at this point in 1975 and a normal of 57 per cent. Soybeansw ere 49 per cent planted, compared with 12 per cent a year ago and Ihe normal of 19 per cent. Flax was 72 per cent planted, as against 35 per cent a year ago and the normal of 48 per cent at this stage. Seventy per cent of tne potato crop was in, compared with 34 per cent in 1975 and the normal of 31 per cent. By The Associated Frets Fair and pleasant spring weather favored almost the entire nation from the Pacific tc the Appalachians today while showers and thunderstorms washed much of Ihe Eastern over the South. A tornado watch was in effect much of the night in portions of Georgia and South Carolina. Fog and drizzle developed in The beautiful you with our ,/V; Custom-Made Contacts. "^ Because contact lenses are next to invisible, they let you show off the natural beauty of your eyes. Our contacts are easy to wear. too. They have that professional, custom fit that makes them feel as comfortable as the wink of an eye. A natural fit. a natural feel. Discover the natural, beautiful you today. DulingOptical Phone 218 73? 9561 129 East Lincoln Avenue Fergus Falls, Minnesota SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) (USDA) - Cattle and calves: 5,600 Tuesday; slaughter steers slow, 50-1.00 lower; heifers mostly 50 lower; cows steady to SO lower; bulls steady; choice 1000-1300 Ib slaughter steers 39.JO-40.00; good and choice 37.50-38.50; package choice and prime 1600 Ib Ifolsteins 38.60; good and choice 1100-1400 Ibs 36.00-37.00; good 35.00-36.00; choice 850-1100 Ib slaughter heiters 38.0009.00; good and choice 36.50-38.00; good 34.00-36.00; utility and -'"£- ...... .r 1 "^- tonight 40s and low 50s. Highs and Blythe, both in California. —IK WEATHER May Heather 1975-76 eaboard. parti of New England and lemptratures overnight Thunderstorms also crackled southward into New Jersey. . ranged from 32 at Sault Sic. .._...„...... . * 1 Some drizzle, rain and a few Marie, Mich., to 57 at Needles Uuinilershowers continued over the Ohio Valley into Tennessee and northern Alabama. Isolated Ihundershowers dampened areas of Arizona and southwest Montana. NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Mostly fair through Wednesday. Wanner today and tonight and east and south Wednesday. Highs today mid 60s through the 70s. Lows fergis rails (Mp.l Jounal Tues.,Mjyl8,1976 C Says unwed father has right to know DEAR ABBY: GRANNY-TO-BE is thrilled at the prospect of becoming a grandmother even though her unmarried daughter, who is on welfare, has no plans to marry the baby's father and chooses not to disclose his identity! You say, "That's her business and her secret." Abby, don't you think a child has the right to know who his real father is? And don't you think that when the child grows up, he should have the right to get in touch with his real father if he chooses to do so? Also, maybe the father wants to support his child. Women talk about WOMEN'S rights. How about MEN'S rights? MEN'S L1BDEI1 DEAR LIBBER: Fortunately lor possibly unfortunately), since women literally carry the load alone and deliver it, it is their prerogative as to whether or not to inform the father. And not all fathers are Milling to own up to it. But read on for anothpr rnlightentd viewpoint: DEAR ABBY: Concerning the unmarried mother-to-be who is on welfare and prefers to keep the identity of her baby's father a secret: According to you, it may be her business and her secret, but that baby becomes the taxpayers' burden, and we taxpayers are sick and tired of supporting illegitimate children. With all the resources available to prevent pregnancies, there is no excuse for any sexually active female to bear a child! And why should the father be excused from the responsibility of supporting his child? Yet, you would lei taxpayers assume this responsibility because some 21-year- old female decides she wants to be a mother. We are five registered nurses. Sign us SHIRLEY. MARY ALICE, LOIS. MARGIE AND JACQUELINE DEAR ABBY: My husband's new teeth don't fit him right and he talks funny, but that's not the problem. Every time 1 ask him to repeat something, be gels mad at me and says, "Why don't you get a hearing aid?" Abby, there is nothing wrong with my hearing. It's the way he talks. Lately I have to be careful not to ask him to repeat anything for fear he'll take my head olf. How can I handle this problem without starling World War III? AL'SWIFE DEAR WIFE: Make a deal with Al. Tell him that you will have your hearing tested if he'll go back to the dentist who made his new teeth and get an adjustment. NEW YORK BUTTER ANDEGGMARKET NEW YORK (AP) - < USDA) — Wholesale egg offerings increased. Demand dull today. Wholesale selling prices based on volume sales. N'ew York spot quotations follow: Whites: Fancy large 56-58; Fancy medium 53-55; Fancy smalls unquoted. NEW YORK (AP)- (USDA) — Butter offering steady, prices unchanged. Cheese offerings steady, prices unchanged. LOCAL HOG MARKET Market: butchers 1.00 lower; Base number 3 butchers 210240: 45.50; Closely sorted meal type butchers 2)0-240: 46.0046.50; Sows 270-300: steady $40.50-11.00; Boars steady 30.0032.00. LOCALGRAtNMARKET (Tuesday, May U) No. 1 Wheat 3.67 No. 1 Oats 1.45 Barley 2.95 Corn 2.55 Flan 6.35 Soybeans 4.90 MINNEAPOLIS GRAINMARKET (Mayl?) MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. (AP) — Wheat receipts Monday 259, year ago 268; Spring wheat cash trading basis down 1-3 cents; prices down 3 cents. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 3.71'.i-5.09'.j. Test weight premiums: one cent each pound 58 to 61 Ibs; one cent discount each Vt Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices; U per cent 3.71'.-,; 12, 3.86',<i;13, 3.96Mi; 14, 16, 4.9i)W.99!i; 17, 5.0iW- 5.09 (i. No. 1 hard Montana winter 3.44',2-t.63! 3 . Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter commercial slaughter cows 29.50-32.00, few 32.50-33.00; cutter 25.00-30.00; No. 1-2 1400-2000 Ib slaughter bulls 36.00-40.00; 1100-1400Ibs34.00-37.00; vealers fully steady; choice and prime 45.00-55.00, few 60.00-70.00; choice 38.0(»0.00; good 32.0040.03. Hogs: 6,300; barrows and gilts steady to 50 lower than Monday's late trade; demand rather light; around200 head 1- 2200-225lbs 48.50; 1-3190-240 Ibs 47.5W8.00; 2-3 240-260 Ibs 46.5047.50; 260-2SO Ibs 45.5IM7.00; M 220-300 Ibs 44.50-45.50; sows 501.00 lower; 1-3 300-650 Ibs largely 42.00, few 42.50; boars 38.50-39.00; weights under 350 Ibs 37.OtMO.00. Sheep: 600; slaughter lambs 2.00 lower, extremes 3.00 lower; slaughter ewes 1.00 higher; feeder lamta steady; choice and prime 90-1101b spring slaughter lambs 66.00-66.00; choice and prime largely shorn offering old crop slaughter lambs 90-115 Ibs 65.00*7.00; cull to choice slaughter ewes 5.00-15.00; choice 60-95 Ib feeder lambs 55.00*0.00. 52 66 62 70 70 70 54 60 74 76 69 70 75 63 63 82 78 35 31 33 47 42 44 49 48 47 46 46 40 40 44 33 43 57 .12 .27 0 .05 0 0 .15 T 0 0 0 0 0 .22 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 63 46 57 80 51 57 63 92 86 73 72 72 75 87 72 72 71 27 22 28 37 24 24 34 46 44 40 39 41 43 39 42 44 43 T T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 Charles E. Adams Volunteer Observer Orwell Dam WEATHER RANGE Iligh'LoH'Pr. Fergus Falls 7] 43 .. Alex'dia 70 41 .. Bemidji 64 33 .. Duluth 64 31 Hibbing 63 29 .. Int. Falls 64 29 .. Redw. Falls 72 39 .. Rochester 67 37 .. St. Cloud 69 30 .. Wednesday 70 to 82 except lower near Lake Superior. North Dakota: Partly cloudy through Wednesday. Highs today mid 70s to low 80s. Lows tonight mid to upper 40s. Highs Wednesday 70s. South Dakota: Clear, windy and warmer today, fair tonight and partly cloudy Wednesday. Highs today low to mid 80s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Wednesday mid 70s northwest to low 80s east. Extended Forecast Thursday through Saturday: Minnesota: Chance of a few showers Thursday. Low temperatures 40s north to low 50s south. Cooler Friday with highs in 60s and 70s. North Dakota: Chance of light showers northeast Thursday. Otherwise, mostly fair and mild. Daytime highs 65 to 75. Lows mid to upper 40s. South Dakota: Chance of showers Thursday. Highs in the 70s. Lows from the mid 40s to the mid 50s. Physical edacatiei May is Hypertension Detection Month THERE WILL BE FREE BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING Tuesday and Wednesday, May 18 and 19 ll:0fla.m. to 10:10 p.m. AT THE DAIRY QUEEN 719 East Vernon —Fergus Falls Auction Directory **" m recentl » / Educators and school nurs No. 1 hard amber durum, 4.20-1.40; discounts, amber 10 cents; durum 20 cents. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.76 1 )- 2.77V». Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.56-1.71. Barley, cars 155, year ago 45; Larker 2.51-3.J5; Blue Malting 2.51-3.15; Beacon 2.51-3.20; Feed 1.80-2.50. Rye No. 1 and 2 2.75-2.95. Flax No. 1 truck.6.70; rail 6.75. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 5.21. 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 from Otter Tail Lake and t mile South. 6 pjn. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Household, Misc. Mach.) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - U)UIS I£SHOVSKY, 3 Vi miles South and 1 mile West of Wahpeton. 1 p.m. Campbell Bros., Auctioneers. (Farm Machinery, Antiques, etc.-) SATURDAY, MAY S 22- LYNN It JANE HAAGENSON, MATTHEW i- MURIEL JOHN, 414 miles northeast of Erhard, 12 noon, Dean Sillerud, Auctioneer (Household & Antiques) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - ROGER 4 ALICE GABBERT, 5 miles r»rth of Ashby, 10 a .m., Al J edlicki 4 Boy d Michael, Auctioneers (Dairy Cattle, Dairy Equip., Machinery) SATURDAY, MAY 22 - PAUL THUNSELLE, 12 miles South of Fergus Falls on Highway 59. 10 am. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Machinery, Antiques, Householdj SUNDAY, MAY 23 - BETTY & WII1MAR SAMUELSON, north side of Henning, 12:30 p.m., Cols. Jim Bous it Les Jenkins, Auctioneers. (Hobby Farm, Cattle, Machinery, Horses) MONDAY, MAY 24 - GUST SCHMIDT, 637 West Laurel, Fergus Falls. 6 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Household Misc.) SATURDAY, MAY 29 - WALTER J. NEULEIB, 5 miles East of Rothsay. 10 a.m. Charles Trane, Auctioneer (Farm Machinery Household 4 Antiques) SATURDAY, JUNE 5 - ERNEST PALMtJUIST ESTATE, Melby, Minn., 1:00 p.m. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Antiques, Household, Tods). SATURDAY, JUNE 12 - W. H. LISTROM, 6 miles East from Fergus Falls on 210 and 2 miles South. 1 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Machinery) nurses representing schools from the nine-county area in Region 4 attended a workshop in adapted and developmental physical education in Alexandria recently. Dr. Cecil Morgan delivered the keynote address, citing current trends and methodology in mainstream programming for physically handicapped children. Dr. Dorothy Marotte provided examples and methods for educating exceptional children in regular classroom settings. Plans are underway for a similar program at the beginning of the 1976-77 school year which will include a larger segment of the teaching and nursing "community. Paddy Martinez found uranium in the. northwest region of New Mexico in 1950. SPRING BEEF SPECIAL U.S. GOOD BEEF POUND CUT UPTO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS, WRAPPED AND FROZEN FRE E OF CHARGE! -FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY— We Have for Outdoor Grilling: • PRE.FORMED HAMBURGER PATTIES • T-BONE, SIRLOIN, RIB EYE, RIB AND CHUCK STEAKS WE SCALD HOGS REHAB INDUSTRIES MEAT PROCESSING PLANT AND RETAIL SALES PHONE 734-7016 Use State Hospital Drive— Follow Signs to Rehab Acres — Fergus Falls Come Up and Go Through Our Modern Government Inspected Meat Plant... -****• Quasar QMX-2 COLOR TV Household Auction The undersigned will sell at Public Auction I mile north and 3'/i miles east of Erhard on Saturday, May 22 Starting at 12:00 noon ALCW will serve lunch Low energy use IT* Quasar GUX-2 ICON, SoW SiateOasvi deseed to pctff i«e eff-Ci«r.cy. Th« chassis cxx sucrt« ItM •ntrgy than a 100 win hc^.1 buft> yet Wrm* a br-fi'.. sharp pi-'.jrt. Ujrf-H WT557?*J£ Insta-Matic" color tuning 100% Solid state chassis Inline Matrix picture tube • Instant picture and sound SPECIAL PURCHASE SERVICE IS NOT A PROBLEM! IT'S A POLICY I HOUSEHOLD Kitchen Cupboards Table & 4 Chairs Dishes, Cups, Trays, Pots, Pans Horge Portable Spin Dry Washer (white) Pebble Beach Stoneware, Earthenware Meat Grinder Corning Ware Roaster Office Desk Fruit Jars Freezing Containers Rollaway Bed Cot End Tables Kitchen Cabinet Cedar Closet Bathroom Cabinet Metal Teacart Bookcase Stereo & Stand Records pla nts Magazine Rack Piques 4-Slice Toaster Pictures 2 Irons "M" Pot 1 Coffee Makers (1 Corning, 1 Electric) Fryer-Cooker 2 Rockers Blender Davenport Hand Mixer Frypan & Lid Floor Polisher GE Hand Mixer Deep Fat Fryer _ Kitchen Stool I Whirlpool Dehumidifier Humidifier 1 Vaporizers Cook Books LLoyds AM-FM Stereo Records-Albums Flourescent Desk Lamp Hair Dryers GE Steam Iron HOUSEHOLD Symphonic Radio Garden Hose Sled Infant's Walker Round Rugs Zenith B i W TV Stella Guitar 2-Piece Bedroom Set Clock Radio Console Radio Card Table Sunlamp Suit Cases Hamper Beveled Mirror Chest of Drawers Small Table «" Round Maple Table with two 10" Leaves 6 Matching Chairs Matching Maple Hutch Wooden Tea Cart Kitchen Table & 4 Chairs 2 Wooden Chests 2 Metal Cabinets Wooden Love Seat 7.3 Cu. Ft. Amana Chest Freeier (2 years old) Car Bed Infant Seat Playpen Baby Scale Highchair Vaporizer Baby Bathtub ANTIQUES Buggy Pole ft Evener Horse Collar Dresser & Mirror Frank Moore, Erharts, Minn. Wooden Water Reservoir Table Corn Shelter Hand Crafted Dresser 5 Gal. Stone Jug Assorted Crocks MISCELLANEOUS Lawn-Boy Mower (like new) Car Creeper Misc. Storms & Screens (new) 4 Adjustable Dock Posts Saddle, Bridte, Halter 2 Bowling Balls Wire Stretcher Homelite Chain Saw. David Bradley Utility Tractor Wood Stove 24" Girl's Bike Sled Coleman Cook Stove Lawn Mower (needs work) Camp Stools Mini-Mac Chain Saw 'Assorted Hand Tools Craftsman 7" Circular Saw 4 - S Cords Firewood Chicken Waterers Gas Cans Garden Tools 2-Wheel Traikr Bundy Clarinet Old Tools and Tool Cabinet Rabbit Hutch 2 Brooder Lights Center Island Cabinet Little Red Wagon Barbed Wire Sheep Netting (40" x MO') Barbecue Grill JO" Bicycle with Training Wheels "70 Ski-Whii Snowmobile, U.S HP Car Top Carrier Barbecue Greenhouse Frame 2 Mild Cans .TERMS CASH. Listen to KBRF incase of rain. Not responsible tor accidents. DUANE'S TV & APPLIANCE 11 lynn and Jane Haagenson 301 WEST LINCOLN AVE. - FERGUS FALLS- PHONE 734-54M Mondays thru Saturdays, 9:Mh> 5:30— Open Thursday Nights Until 9:00 Matthew and Muriel John, owners Dean Sillerud, Auctioneer Knut Hanson, Clerk

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