The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 21, 1976 · Page 8
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The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota · Page 8

Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Friday, May 21, 1976
Page 8
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Area happenings ... Development corporation ROTHSAY - Citizens in the Rothsay area have organized a nonprofit community development corporation lo promote the panned economic growth of the community, according to city planner Larry Lee. The goal of the Rothsay Community Develop, men! Corporation, as stated in its articles of incorporation is to md, assist, and promote the growth, expansion and development of- business concerns, including small businesses, in the Rothsay area, and to encourage and assist in the location of new business and industry as well as rehabilitate and assist existing business firms and industry. ( The development corporation will be able to help finance projects, such as the proposed new Rothsay mini-mall, that will increase local job opportunities, business volume and the economic well-being of the area. Accidents injure three • • Three persons were injured in separate accidents in Otter Tail County Thursday. Rodney Hagen, Pelican Rapids, was injured when his motorcycle struck a pickup on County Road 9 about a mile and a half north of Pelican Rapids. Sheriff's department reports said the driver of the pickup, John Moses, Pelican Rapids, had parked his , truck to help the driver of a car which had gone into the ditch, Neva Gaugler, Moorhead. Hagen said lights on Gaugler's car blocked hiw view of the parked truck. Damage was estimated at HOO to the motorcycle and $75 to the buck. The Underwood fire department was called !o the scene of an accident on County Road 35 at Highway 210 when a car which had run off the road and overturned caught Ere. Two Underwood residents, Willis Washek and Gerald Walvatne, pulled the driver, Ernest Johnson of Dalton, from his car, where he was pinned. The • car was a total loss. Johnson was checked and released at Lake Region Hospital. David till, Underwood, was was checked and released by a Battle Lake doctor after a one-car accident on"Highway 210 two rniJes west of Battle Lake, the Minnesota State Patrol said. Lill's pickup was demolished when it left the road on a curve. Fire hits liquor store Fire about 10:30p.m. yesterday caused extensive damage to the Wheel Bar at Ottertail. The store area was gutted and the lounge area was damaged by smoke. Fire Chief Delmer Wiebe said firemen worked two to three hours and saved the building. He said a state fire marshal believed, the fire started in the furnace area. Damage was estimated at (45.000 or rocje. The establishment is owned by Art Mohs of Ottertai 1. Ditch elm disease siUatioa viewed tight girdle causes crash GLEN EllYN, 111. (AP) Bothered by a pinching girdle, a middle-aged woman slipped it off. But she made the mistake of doing it white driving her car, police said. The girdle ended up entangling Die woman's feet with the brake and accelerator pedals. When she tried to kicX it free Ftffis Fills (Hi.) turul Fri.,May21,1976 Q she lost control of the car. Police said Thursday they saw a car lurching from one side of the road to another until it clipped off a mail box. They curbed the car and saw the woman's plight. "We stretched Ihe rules a bit and didn't give her a ticket," said an officer. "She was very embarrassed." HEAD START GRADUATES - Eighteen yotagittn ii Otter Tifl County experienced their lint gradutiM ceremony last nlgkt at r-Junior Editors' Quiz on- I L10NFISH TU£ LIONFISH GROWS TO ABOUT'A TOOT IN LENGTH - JefftriM Elementary School !i Fergus Falls. The children, mostly 4 tad 5-year-olds, have been In a Head Start program since September. They will begin ktafcrgartea next fall. They were taught by Jtyce Donaay with i&stetuce from Krgina Fogard and Mary Enpey. The graduate iacbded Tony Koep, Shannon Obowa, Tfereta Haktlm, Steve 'Smith, Steve Tabbet, JnUc Rasmussn, Toiya Reynolds, Paul Stab], Jackie Quaal, Michelle Quaal, Michelle Kelly, Becky Pretts, Deaise Brandt, Penny Flatin, Uada Waidtnee, Ganet Johnson, Clay ton Scbemrad and Jimmy Priice. (Jnmal photo by Bill Bank) Victor Lundeen's is Bicentennial Flag Headquarters Early spring resulted in the . native elm bark beetle emerging in the first week in April, about 10 days'to two weeks earlier than previously reported in Minnesota, report University of Minnesota entomologists and plant pathologists. A second beetle emergence will occur during late July and August with a potential third emergence in late September and October, the scientists say. The small European beetle adults are expected to emerge between now and June 1 with the second generation during August and September. There Lid shortage predicted for this year again ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP)-A' home economics specialist cautions that although some 20 firms are turning out canning lids this year, there might still be a shortage. Isabel Wolf, extension specialist at the University of Minnesota, suggested consumers should be certain the lids are the proper fit for their jars. She added this is particularly true if ordering through a mail-order firm, because the lids cannot be inspected for quality and size prior to purchase. She said it's possible a lid shortage could develop again, noting that manufacturers had predicted a sufficient supply last year, when taere was an acute_ shortage. _ is a potential, for a third generation during late September and October. Regarding registered effective insecticides, the scientists say only methoiychlor is a possibility and it adds a very small amount of additional protection. The fungicide benorriyl is labeled for leaf sprays and trunk injections, but applied this way it is of little value. label approval is reported pending at the Environmental Protection Agency for Lignasan BLP fungicide, intended for dilution and injection into a root or root flare as low as possible on the tree trunk. This type of application does not protect elm trees against root grant transmission of the disease. These treatments must be made annually and are a rather ineffective method of disease control considering the cost and the benefit derived, according to the scientists, who say its use can only be justified on elms of unusually high value. ' QUESTION: What is a tioujish.' t * * AMSWHR: A salt water lisli. the lionfish is found in the Pacific Ocean around the Hast Indies antl Polynesia and ;ilsc> in (lie Indian (kern ami Red Sea. II is also called the [urkeyfish. zerbrjfish. firefish or scorpioiifish. These name* refer lo tiie fish's bright stripped coloring, feathery (ins mill painful, poisonous sting. The lionl'ish may grow to be up to a foot in length. Tlie fins of the back and chest are spiney and ray-like anJ stand high and separate from one another. The body and tins are marked with a bright pattern of dark and light cross stripes. When threatened or attacked, the Ikm- lish erects the spines on its back and faces the danger head.on.jabbing with force to tight off its attacker. Each spine of the back fin has a poisonous gland containing venom in a deep groove on the front of the spine. The lionfislfs sting is not fatal to man but is very painful and causes a burning, swelling and redness which may last up to 3 hours depending on the amount of venom released. The lionl'ish is a lazy, sluggish swimmer and is usually hilling in caves or miller rock ledges where it often hangs upside down. 5-21 (Luri Whilley of Rocky Mount. North Carolina, wins a l>riit for this question. You can win S10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a iioslcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is si'leclcil for a prije.) WAIUCE R. COlf, D.C. CHIROPRACTIC DOCTOR Hours 8:00a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Morday through Friday Saturday 8:00to 12 Noon By Appointment Office Phone (218) 734-5353 Proper nutrition, exercise and rest are necessary for health. 106 South Union Ave. Fergus Falls, Minn. BEEF SALE Front Quarters IB. 73 C Sides , IB 83 C Hind Quarters ....IB. 99 C Free cutting to your specifications; wrapped in package size for yogr family and frown. Custom butchering and processing, cattle pick up service available. Call 4U44H Pelican Rapids for appointment. DAVE & TED'S LOCKER PtilCAH RAPIDS SHOWN ABOVE IS NO. 228 $ ' BENN1NGTON76SET Other SB-Star U.S. Flag Sets with pole, special at Many smaller Desk Flag Sets and Outdoor Flagsinstock. Shop now! HAIL DESTROYS INCOME Protect your farm income NOW PARMERSllmON INSURANCE fQ9 COMJlEIf fNSUIANCf NfrDS $*L. Rolh'n (Ron) Sorkei* 124 W. Cherry Fergus Falls, Minn. DROP IT anywhere in five minutes. And, hook-up without a hassle. With the Farmhand "Kwick Kuppie" 235 and 236 loaders, you can put these loaders on just as easy as you look them off. They're both self- contained — support tegs, with big feet, pins — everything you need to drop it anywhere. Utilize your 75 hp and over tractor with cab more efficiently on more jobs. If you're looking for a loader you can really put on or take off in a hurry — take a look at the leader in loaders Take a look at Farmhand EBERSVILLER IMPLEMENT COMPANY HIEIRH 211 REST, KIMS FAILS tra special sale. Tot a limited time this sporty X option package at no extra charge. Custom Special "X" Grerrj-n' X" slnpescnd wheels. " instrument irix. F.iyhL r.av: X marks en extra special deal at AMC alcri BJ/ any r.ev: "76 Custom Gremhr. X. Hornet c:tabc':! X c: Hornet Hatchback X ar.d AMC v.-iK ciier you the specie: "X" package oi sporty options a' r.o extra charge. And yon 'licet sometrnnc: r.ccr.e else o:Ee:s at any price: a-1 the benefit ol AMC F rxc:<:;ive 3U YEH PROTECTION RAN ? . AMCriDeaters The Buyer Protection Plan People. WORNER'S AUTO SALES lesl n LUcili hem fftai tie 4-Lm Itgiis - Fergis Falls

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