The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 19, 1976 · Page 6
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French president urges trade relations Omaha man credited with WASHINGTON ,„, , _ French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing is making Bicentennial visits to historic sites Ln Pennsylvania and Virginia today after defending detente, urging better trade relations with America and entertaining President Ford. He visits Yorktown, Va., and Independence Hall in Philadelphia, site of the Liberty Bell, and then returns to Washington to take part with President Ford in the dedication of a sound-and-light display at Mount Vernon, Va. 1>.e display is France's Bicentennial gill to America. lations, the people of the United States and France don't know enough about each other. Giscard d'Estaing was reportedly upset by a French poll that indicated barely one-third of the American people regard France as a good ally. And he appeared to be making a pe r . sonal effort to overcome that impression during his Bicentennial visit, saying the two countries "should know each other better in order to understand each other better " It was the fifth time in 18 months that Ford and the French president met and their •uvjiv vumuiueu 10 lanseni mat despite the best diplomatic re* Schools Continued from page 1 cast. DEER CREEK - With 48 ballots cast the two incumbents won re-election with 45 votes each. They were Larry Greenwaldt and Jim Jackson. BRANDON - There were 125 votes cast, The two incumbents won with Dennis KorkowsXi getting 123 votes and Bernard Korkowski receiving 120. WADENA - Dr. Warren Hartman won one of two open seats with 567 votes. Robert Dabill took the other with 500 votes. R. K. "Toby" Pierce received 418; Don Westergren 180; Edward Piepkorn 120; Ralph Paradeau 73; The total votes cast were 972. Incumbents diaries Kenned}' and Donald Rwanda did not reiile. America " rrem:n Patient met and [hew- On Tuesday the French ores- ™«™te House sessions Tues- iden. continue! to ta±5£ J^^^MS* •>—" ot.sl.aing said he and Ford held "useful and trusting talks." The While House, reporting thai the sessions ranged from international economic issues to Middle East problems and nuclear safeguards and nonproliferation, said, "The two presidents agreed that they enjoyed a parallelism of views." With the formal discussions over, the French returned -••.-, »jv * i viivil ICIU1ILCU While House hospitality by entertaining President and Mrs. Ford at a lavish, white-tie din- Ford PETS, SUPPLIES WE^DT'S TROPICAL F.Vi Cellar *12 West Bancroft. 736-187$. Monday thro.-sn Ssiuiday, 1-9. TO* SALE AKC Irish Seller pgps, 12 weeks old, from excellent brwdirg, Sire.RH, SYe Ot>ania. Dam-Q_Wn Ja.-ve Murphy. US 00 each- Ca'J tvenir.gsor early morn mg. 73J-2348, Wojbun. M rm. FOR SALE r c wg ddu!| male purebred Chesapeake, gcod htnier. S25.0Q. 1,'rre: iatte *-iih children. 7356961. REGISTERED BLACK L33 /e.-na.'e puppies, impressive Wood lir.es, excellent hunters, even disposliion FOR SALE Border C 0 ".:e pup, 3 monies old. 6d*.5M5 ANTIQUES MERZ GIFT Am:que Shop, 1 mile Norlh on Jewell LaXe RwC. 7M- 4011. HEIRLOOM GALLfcRIES: Amoves, gifis, collector's item;, an *ark. Natural food Department- Phone 736-743J, 213 E. Sum mi!. I BUY, idl and tratie a!) kir.cK ol antique. M. n. Dahlen. Rcjlt 5 Phone 734 «*7. COUNTRYSIDE ANTIQUES, furniture, gia»*dre.Wet>JY imall e&tdies. Hignwdy 59 Nyth. IK- MX!. TREASURE COVE, Ashby, Mm nescta. Buy ar.d se.l antiques turn litre, paperbacks, s/hall estates, m JAW. HA.VNEMAM MUSEUM rieTr ELiiabeift. Free flea markets Saturday ar.d Suncav. Kc ad js^cn fo museum. HEATING LP GAS and appliar.ee*. Local Gas Co. Prone 734 5421. NEED FUEL? Oral a warm number. 65J29. BeckhjnC Rfan Co. W08IL FUEL ail. «UIO.TH!ic k«? (ill service. 734 i**3, Fergus Oil Co., Highway 5? Korfh ftnd Oak Street. FURWCfcS. HOT air hot water. Cleaned, checked, rcsaireo. Farm or city. Evenings, weekends Pt-cne 734-3116 Continued frontpage 1 In separate balloting for dele- gales, Carter won 32, Jackson Id, Udall 7 and 4 were uncommitted. Ford, who picked up 98 delegates Tuesday to 29 for Reagan, stdl trails in the delegate count, but he narrowed the gap significantly. Reagan now has 514 and Ford 432, with another M3 uncommitted, many thought to be Ford backers who would be encouraged by the President's showing on Tuesday. A total of 1,130 is needed for nomination. Carter built on his lead in Democratic delegates. He now has 712 of the 1,505 needed for nomination to 274.5 for Udall, who moved into second place. Jaclcson, who has stopped active campaigning, is third with 222 and Wallace is fourth with 145. Ford, returning from a dinner for French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing, said of his showing: "This is really going to put us on the road to that victorj- in Kansas City," He added: "And boy, that nice victor}'. But Reagan, his voice hoarse after sbt months of campaigning, pointed to the fact that Michigan is the President's home state, said a first ballot victory was possible at the convention and added: "['m not going to lose any sleep over this." Brown, who says he expects the backing cf : uncommitted slates in New Jersey and Rhode Island and hopes to do well in the western primaries, said his Maryland win'was the beginning of a drive to the nomination. "Maryland is a microcosm of the country," he said. "It's a real representative sample of what this country is all about. If in three weeks" I can get my message across here, I can get my message across in the rest of the country." Carter claimed success because of his gains in the delegate race. He says his own count now snows him with more than 900 and he predicted he will win another 100 in the six primaries that take place nent week. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Going on ow! Fngidaire Storewide savings on Frigidaire. Frigidaire Laundry Center • Complete home laundry just 24" wide • Family-size capacity •4-position Water Temperature Selector • Automatic Dry Cycle This week only! $ 489' 5 OTTER TAIL CO-OP OILS, INC. 203 WEST WASHINGTON ner at the French embassy. A Paris decorator had constructed a huge pink and burgundy tent over the garden, recreating an 18th century room complete with tapestries from Versailles and paintings from the Ixrnvre Museum in Paris as the setting for the 200 dinner guests. French chefs from Giscard d'Estaing's Elysee Palace came to Washington to help cook the elaborate menu that included pate de fois gras per- ieord with truffles, lobster with spring vegetables, and quail with grapes - all served with four of the best French wines. A special Limoges china service with a red, white and blue Bicentennial motif created by Christian Dior had been produced for the occasion. Among the guests were Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy, mother of the late President John F. Kennedy; actors Gregory Peck and Kirk Douglas; actress Olivia de Havilland and actress-model Margaux Hemingway and dancer Martha Graham. man credited with developing the familiar "10-4" heard on police and citizens' band radios says he wishes he had copyrighted the "W signals" system." Eugene F. Brown, 71, of Omaha, developed the system of "10 signals" in 1S37 for the Iowa State Police Radio System. The message "1M" stands lor "message received." Fire danger increasing ,1976 By The Associated Preu "Any one of these things can get away from us," Minnesota Fire Protection Forester Ray Hitchcock said today of the &-10 fires occurring each day as extreme dryness increases in the forests of northern Minnesota. "We have extreme weather again today, what we've had for at least two weeks," a U.S. Forest Service spokesman said. Southerly winds were forecast northern Minnesota tonight as a weak coW front moves across the region. After that there is no hint of rain through the weekend. Tliere has been no significant rainfall in the northern Minnesota forests for more than six weeks. Hitchcock said that an index of dryness, based on the number of low humidity days sine* the last significant rainfall, had built to unheard of levels in some portions of Min- to pick up to 15-25 miles per els "in Brown said the "10" was put hour, and officials fear any fire nesota. in front of code numbers so that in northern and central Min- At Crosby in north central if a radio operator began nesota could spread rapidly. Minnesota the index was 122 talking before pushing the mi- Hitchcock said the estimated and Ie »els of 99 or 121 were' crophone transmission button, 2,000 firefighters ready for duty reported at Brainerd Little only (he "10" would be cut off in the forests have been fortu- Falls and PeqxA Lakes, and tlie remainder of the mes- nate in controlling small fires "For example, the index was sage still could be understood, before they could gel rolling, at «-in the major (ire at a Because of the wind forecast] "' ' " Hitchcock said today could be a very rough day in fire control but across the state it was "pretty quiet" at daybreak with no active fires reported. The weather forecast includes a slight chance of showers or thundershowers in The Io«a radio system was initiated and financed by the Iowa State Bankers Association because "the Barrows (Bonnie and Clyde) and other gangs were killing the banks. The bankers wanted something to combat this," Brown said. 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