The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 21, 1976 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Fergus Falls, Minnesota
Issue Date:
Friday, May 21, 1976
Page:
Page 1
Start Free Trial
Cancel

I WASHINGTON' (AP) - Umh prices have been selling new records regularly this spring, 'reflecting a decline in U.S. sheep production in recent years, according to the'Agricul- ture Department. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE T hi9h . Test case on busing may center in Boston Market orices for choice- *f * Market prices for choice- grade spring lambs weighing 80 to IDS pounds averaged $65.50 per 100 pounds at San Ange!o, Ten., last week. That was up about 36 per cent from around the start of this year. , WASHINGTON (AP)-Atty. Gen. Edward H. Levi is considering whether to use the Boston school case to fulfill President Ford's request that he find a vehicle for seeking new Supreme Court limits on court-ordered busing. Al Ford's request, Levi has been looking for a school desegregation case that turns on issues and circumstances considered appropriate for a broader review of busing, White House and Justice Department officials said Tuesday. He is expected to decide this week whether to make the Bos- ton case the vehicle for seeking guidelines that would affect many cities. The issue has set off high4ev- el debate within the Justice Department Assistant Atty. Gen. J. Stanley Pottinger, head of the department's civil rights division, has publicly lined up with the civil rights groups opposing department intervention in the Boston case. On the other hand, Solicitor General Robert H. Bort is urging that the department support the Boston Home and School Association's petition seeking Supreme Court review of the 'lower court busing orders. Bork was to meet today with Sen. Edward Brooke, R-Mass., who is urging the department to stay out of the case. It was not certain whether Levi would attend that meeting. Boston antibusing leaders suggested that Levi might be swayed : by political pressures in a presidential election year, but others Involved in the debate insisted that the decision will be based on legal, rather than political, considerations. White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen noted that Ford has urged alternatives Jo busing, but he said "any decision to intervene in the Boston busing case will have to be made by the attorney general." Department officials ,sakl a proposed legal brief drafted in Bork's office does not question the use of some busing as a permissible tool of deseg- regation. Department spikes- man Robert Havel said that proposal is in line with Bork's past arguments that busing should be considered an extreme remedy which the courts, in some cases, should' not impose on an entire city. The fact that Levi is considering joining in the petition urging the justices to review the Boston case aroused and angered leaders of the National Association for the'Advance- ment of Colored People. NAACP executive director Roy Wilkins told reporters after a private session with Levi that department intervention in the case could launch a return to the "separate but equal" doctrine spelled out by the Supreme Court in 1896. Wilkins said that as the meet- feffis tills (Hi.) Jwrul , Fri., Hay 21,1976 2 ing broke up, "I said to the attorney general, 'Why now?' He turned away from me and wafted away. It made me feel damn angry. 1 ' % • (Frftt Pwtrfk* tion M»y U, BM) NOTICE hOIICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Hut tfte ftO*-d 0< EQvtii/ftlton (A ww Otr «* FKfltfi Fifi, in OilK Tisl Cowily. Mirw»l*. * B rr.wt in It*' City K#JI M «id Citr on lutudr. the lit AH or J ** mwvftfi F ;•«**, tr* <th MY at jw*,.i«4. tt 3.W o't>«U P M for rtw purpOTS tf c*v**Ai And correcting HM *ii«wjn1 erf s**d CJy Mr ** yw >W Ail ptrutt twittering *«mu<iM MV<vM by M4 atttMtint, or Mho *;SA to <omp!i'n n-.it .trt property of tt&ntt i* iii^wd 100 low. >r« hereby rcl.fW lo *W*r al UM meeting, «nd sM;* e*v*e (or Mv'ng iw* mnvwent No c&T^pl*«ftf tn*f *notw ptrton Is *i»««d too to* will be. acred upon wi.l V* periw *UMM0. or M »9**t. trjH Mvt Ixtn noM*4 Of nWi co»^irt. Rodger A. Neimwn Crff Adm Mitrr or I OIPMT YOU HAP A IONS AS wee • INTOJO#lN6,ltHOU6«T SOU MSHT LIKE TO HAVE A K£Ai J06&N6 50IT PROBA3LY THSEE FELLOWS NAMED POACH. COOOLE AND NOG THEV YOU GET TO THINKING, WHO INVENTED SGGMOG? MOOPAPE woo I'M? BEETLE BAILEY x DOMINATE MV P=S£, VS'Mlie SEEMS TO PO.WNATE you TELEVISION SCHEDULES Friday Night 6:30 125,000 7:00 Sara 7:30 Sara 8:00 NBA Champio- 8:30 Championship 9:00 Championship 9:30 Championship 11:00 "The Missing 11:30 Are Deadly" 12:00 Final Edition Friday Night 6:30 L. Welk 7:00 L. Welk 7:30 Practice 8:00 Rockford 8:30 Rockford 9:00 Polke Story , 9:30 Police Story 10:00 Eyewitness News 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10-00 10 PM Report 10:30 Movie: 10:30 Tonight Show 10-30 Tonisht Show 11:60 Tonight Show -----•*«.11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Midnight Special Friday Nljbt 6:30L.Welk 7:00 L. Welk 7:30 Practice 3:00 Rockford 8:30 Rockford 9:00 Police Story 9:30 Police Story Files Files 11:00 Tonight Show u : jj Tonight Show Friday Night'- 8:30 Match Game 7:00 Dormy & Marie 7:30 Dormy & Marie 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "You'll Like 9:00 My Mother" 9:30 Movie 10:00 Action News 10:30 Ironside 11:00 Ironside 11:30 Dragnet Midnight Special 12:00 Mystery Movie Saturday 7:00 Pebbks 7:30 Bugs Bunny Saturday These Mid-Am cheese products ARE NOW AVAILABLE at your favorite grocer... •MILD CHEDDAR STICK, »-<h. and u-oi. •MEDIUM CHEDDAR STICK, 90z. 3 ndi<oi. •SHARP CHEDDAR STICK, 90 Z .andi«oi. •CHEDDAR MIDGET HORN, Mb. •COLBY MIDGET HORN, i-u> •COLBY CHUNK (Mid-America. •COLBY HALF MOON HORN •COLBY FULL MOON HORN Manufactured from milk produced on Mid-America Farms and packaged for distribution under the "Mid-America Farms" label by Mid-America Dairymen, Inc., Fergus Falls. Farms, •MILD CHEDDAR CHUNK •MEDIUM CHEDDAR CHUNK •SHARP CHEDDAR CHUNK •SWISS CHUNK •SLICED SWISS •BRICK CHUNK •MUENSTER CHUNK •MONTEREY JACK CHUNK 3:00 Road Runner Houi 8:00 Waldo Kitty 8:30 Scooby Dpo 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Shazam 9:30 Isis Hour 10:00 Space Nuts 10:30 Ghost Busters 11:00 Valky of Dim. 11:30 Fat Albert 12:00'Children's 12:30 Film Festival 1:00 Batman 1:30 Batman 2:00 Space 1999 2:30 Space 1999 3:00 NFL Action 3:30 CBS 4:00 Sports 4:30 Spectacular Satartay Saturday 7:00 Emergency, Plus 4 7:00 Emergency Plus 4 ? ; oo Hong Kong Phooe; 7:30 Josie t Pussycats 7:30 Josie t Pussycats 7:30 Tom & Jerry KFME Ch. 13 Friday Night 6:30 Evening Edition 7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Wall Jtreet Week «:00 Bookbeat 8:30 American atre 9:00 Old Movie 9:30 "Slightly 10:00 Honorable" 10:30 Springboard 11:00 SignOff SaUrday . The- 5:00 Sports Legends 5:30 CBS News 6:00 Eyewitness News Saturday Night ' Rascals 6:30 Little 7:00 Jeffersons 7:30 Doc 8:00 M. T. Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 Carol Burnett 9:30 Carol Burnett 10:00 Eyewitness News 10:30 Double Feature: . _ 11:00 "Flamingo Road" 11:00 Saturday Night 11:30 and ' 11:30 Saturday Night 9:00 Land of Lost 9:30 Run, Joe, Run 10.-WJ Planet of Apes 10:30 Westwind 11:00 Jetsons 11:30 GO-USA 12:00 Jerry Falwell 12:30 Jerry Falwell ' 11:00 Baseball 1:30 Teams TEA 2:00 Baseball 2:30 Baseball 3:00 Baseball 3:30 Baseball 4:00 Danny Thomas 4:30 Memphis 5:00 Classic 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News-wthr-spts. Saturday Night S:30 Sanford & Son 7:00 Emergency . 7:30 Emergency 8:00 Movie: 3:30 "Call of 9:00 The Wild" 9:30 Movie 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Saturday Night MID DAIRYMEN, INC. 12:00 "Dark Passage" Sunday 7:30Dwayne Friend 8:00 Rex Humbard 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:00 Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Hour of Power 10:00 Hour of Power 10:30 Face the Nation 11:00 News Conference 11:30 Music i Word 12:00 Davey & Goliath 12:30 Pre-Game 1:00 CBS 1:30 Sports 2:00 Spectacular 2:30 NBA 3:00 NBA 3:30 NBA 4:00 NBA 4:30 NBA 5:00 CBS News 5:30 Eyewitness News 6:00 NHL Sunday Night 6:30 NHL 7:00 NHL 7:30 NHL 8:00 NHL 8:30 NHL 9:OOBronk 9:30Bronk 10:00 Eyewitness News • 10:30 Virginian: 11:00 "Dream of ll.-SOSUvrosKaras" 12:00 Star Final 12:00 Midnight Special Sunday 7:30 Gerald Derstine 3:00 Gerald Derstine 8:30 Kel. Townhall 9:00 Oral Roberts 9:30 Day of Discovery 10:00 Rex Humbard 10:30 Rex Humbard 8:00 Waldo Kitty 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Land of Lost 9:30 Run, Joe, Run 10:00 Planet of Apes 10:30 Westwind 11:00 Jetsons 11:30 GO-USA 12:00 Farm Report 12:30 Sportsman 1:00 Baa-ball • 1:30 Baseball 2:00 Baseball ' 2:30 Baseball , 3:00 Baseball 3:30 Baseball 4:00 Danny Thomas . 4:30 Memphis 5:00 Classic Golf 5:30 News 6:00 News-wthr-spts. Saturday Night 6:30 NFL Action '76. 7:00 Religious 7:30 Special 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "Call of 9:00 The Wild" 9:30 Movie 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Streets of 10:30 San Francisco 11:30 Shock Theatre: 8:00 Grape Ape 8:30 Gillian 9:00 Super Friends 9:30 Super Friends 10:00 Speed Buggy 10:30 Odd Ball Couple 11:00 Harvey Cartoons 11:30 American 12:00 Bandstand 12:30 Wildlife Theatre 1:00 Animal World 1:30 At Issue 2:00 Movie: 2:30 "Secret Boat" 3:00 Movie 3:30 Ox-Bow Golf 4:00 Wide 4:30 World of 5:00 Sports 5:30 Buck Owens 6:00 U.S. Olympic Saturday Night 6:30 Trials 7:00 Good Heavens 7:30 Movie: 3:00 "On A Clear 8:30 Day You 9:00 Can See 9:30 Forever" 10:00 Nashville Music 10:30 Theatre: 11:00 "This Property 11:30 is Condemned 12:00 "Creature's Rei 12:00 The Saint SuDday 7:00 Ext. Service 7:30 Old Time 8:03 Gospel Hour 8:30 Revival Fires 9:00 Christian Life Sunday 8:00 Jerry Falwell 8:30 Jerry Falwell 9:00 It is Written 9:30 Mr, Gospel Guitar 9:30 Herald of Truth 10:00 Good News W-.Vf Voice of Church 10:30 Day of Discovery 10:30 Make A Wish 6:00 Firing Line Saturday Night 6:30 Firing Line 7:00 Evening at 7:30 Symphony 8:00 Soundstage 8:30 Soundstage 9:00 PBS Movie: 9:30 "Browning 10:00 Version" 10:30 Peek at the Week 10:45 Sign Off . Sunday 9:00 Sesame Street 9:30 Sesame Street 10:00 FJectric Co. 10:30 Big Blue Marbie 11:00 Messiah Lutheran 11:00 Catholic Hour 11:00 Issues & Answers U:<5 | esam€ S*"* 1 11:30 Church 12:00 Farm Report 12:30 Tennis 1:00 Tennis 1:30 Tennis 2:00 Tennis 2:30 Tennis 3:00 Danny Thomas 3:30 Memphis 4:00 Classic 4:30 Golf 5:00 Meet the Press 5:30 News-wthr-spts. 6:00 W. Disney: Sunday Night 6:30 "The Boy 7:00 Who Talked 7:30 To Badgers" 8:00 Mystery Movie: 8:30 McCloud 9:00 "Fire" 9:30 Mystery Movie 10:00 Nevs-wthr-spts. 10:30 McHale's Navy 11:00 Sgt. Bilko 11:30 Jack Benny 12:00 Star Final 11:30 Meet the Press 12:00 Good News 12:30 Tennis 1:00 Tennis 1:30 Tennis 2:00 Tennis 2:30 Tennis 3:00 Country Jubilee 3:30 Danny Thomas 4:00 Memphis 4:30 Classic 5:00 Fishing 5:30 News 6:00 W.-Disney Sunday Night 6:30 "The Boy 7:00 Who Taied 7:30 To Badgers" 8:00 Mystery Movie: !:» McCloud 9:00 "Fire" 9:30 Mystery Movie W:0e Ntws-wthr-spts. 10:30 McGuire Movie: 11:10 "The Secret 11.-30 Life of An 12:00 American Wife" 11:30 Sesame Street 12:00 Electric Co. 12:30 Carrascolendas 1:00 Opera Theatre: 1:30 "The , ' 2:00 Mikado" 2:30 Opera 11:30 Directions 12:00 G. T. Armstrong 12:30 Revelation Insp. 1:00 Champions 1:30 Champions 2:00 Fishin' Hole 2:30 Mayberry RFD . 3:00 Nashville on Road 3:00 TEA 3:30 World 3:30 TBA 4:00 Invitational 4:30 Tennis 5:00 Indy 500 5:30 Time Trials 6:00 FBI 4:00 College for Canin 4:30 Inner Tennis 5:00 GED Series 5:30 World Press 6:00 Tribal Eye Sunday Night 6:30 FBI 7:00 Six Million 7:00 Dollar Man 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "Hang 'em 9:00 High" 9:30 Movie 10:00 Action News 10:30 Movie: 11:00 "The 11:30 Jayhawkers" 12:00 Movie ' Sunday Night 6:30 Tribal Sye 7:00 Nova 7:30 "Woman Rebel" 8:00 Masterpiece Thea 8:30 Sunset Song 9:00 Tennyson 9:30 What's Cooking? 10:00 Flying Circus 10:30 Soundstage 11:00 Soundstage 11:30 Sign Off THERE'S AN EASIER WAY—INSTALL A LENNOX AIR CONDITIONER NOW When the hot weather strikes, don't be glued to yojr fan. Enjoy the pleasure of cool comfort throughout your home! Knutson Heating-Air Conditioning 120 East Washington Avenue Phone 736 4734 Fergus Falls

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free