The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 22, 1976 · Page 5
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WEATHER to! Keafcr JSJ5-7S "4" Mi! PC, 52 35 .12 66 31 .27 62 33 70 47 70 42 70 44 54 49 GO 48, 74 47 71 4« 68 46 70 40 75 40 W 44 69 33 82 43 78 57 M 49 8J 57 U (0 -m»- uu m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 t 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 17 13 19 20 63 46 57 80 51 57 63 J2 « 7J 72 72 7i 87 72 72 71 32 82 78 27 22 28 37 24 24 34 46 44 40 39 41 43 39 42 44 43 44 48 52 T T 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 On the £/oco/ scene College costs mount to '4,568 a year Crusade prayer night By LOUISE COOK Associated Preii Writer The.school season is ending, but families with children enrolled in or headed for college will find no vacation from rising costs. The College Entrance Examination Board reported that a student who attends a four-year private college and lives on campus will have to spend an average of. M,S68 next year. That's" higher lhan (he per capita 1975 personal Income in five states, It isn't too far below the |S,834 average per capita 1975 income for the whole country. The cost of sending a student to a four-year private college and paying his or her living expenses on campus has risen 6 per cent from 197S to 1376, according a board survey of 2,500 in a night of Charles R Adanu Vohiiteer Observer Om ell Dam NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Clear to partly cloudy northeast, partly cloudy central and northwest, cloudy with chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms south today through Sunday. Highs today 60s northeast, low 70s west and south. Lows tonkht bw 40s northeast to low 50s southwest Highs Sunday 60s northeast and upperBteand low 70s west and south. North Dakota: Cloudy southeast today, clear elsewhere with highs 77 west to mid 60s southeast. Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Sunday 70s. ExtMtfetf Forecast Minnesota: Dry with temperatures near or. above normal. Highs in mid 60s to upper 70s. Lows in 40s and low 50s. North Dakota: Fair Monday. Chance of .showers and thunderstorms west Tuesday and in the west and central Wednesday. Mild. Highs in low or mid 70s. Lows in upper '40s to mid Ms. South Dakota: Chance for showers and thunderstorms west Monday and Tuesday and over the state Wednesday. Highs in 70s to mid 80s. lows mid 40s to mid 50s. - ' ' * involved in the crusade will be meeting at two locations: First Lutheran Church and Calvary Free Lutheran Church. Announcements sa to specific times will be made by partc^ttag congregations this Sunday. Rural churches involved mil be meeting at their churches at their arrowed times The purpose of this crusade is "to mobfce the Christian com- S^Sl? "^ "*£!? * •""VW* as possible to hear toe message that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life' to give opportunity for personal commitment, and refer each inquirer to a church for follow-up and nurture", according to crusade spokesmen. To accomplish this purpose the Bill Graham Team was invited into the community to preach the Gospel through John Wesley White, a well-known evangelist of the BUlv Graham Team, local leaders say. Fire at the Lantern Fergus Falls firemen were called to the Lantern Cafe at 8-55 p.m. Friday. The fire damaged an outside stairway. Today in history Rain stretches into Nebraska WE FEATURE 4 KINDS OF PANCAKE SYRUP Makes good pancakes taste even more delicious—top yours at Quik stop with Strawberry, Blueberry, Hortey-Cinnamon or Maple, syrups! Yov can't beat it! 419 West Lincoln Fergus Falls . By Toe Associated Frew Today is Sa today, May 22nd, the 143rd day of 1976. There are 223 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1819, the first steamship to cross the Atlantic, the S.S. Savannah, set out from Savannah, Ga. for Liverpool, England. On this date: In 1802, Martha Washington died. fn 1807, former Vice President Aaron Burr was put on trial for treason in Richmond, Va. He was acquitted the following August. In 1J13, the German composer, Richard Wagner, was bom in Leipzig. In 1813, the first train robbery in the United States was staged near Seymour, Ind. In 1918, in World War 1, German planes raided Paris. In 1945, the Truman Doctrine to contain communism went into effect as Congress appropriated (400 million for aid to Greece and Turkey. Ten years ago: The South Vietnamese government took stern measures to quell dis- . sident Buddhists in Saigon and Da Hang. Five years ago: President Rkiard Nixon and former President Lyndon Johnson dedicated the Johnson Library in Austin, Tens One year ago: The whiteruled African country of Rhodesia 'was expelled from Olympic competition because of its racial policies. Today's birthday: The actor, Sir Laurence Olivier, is 59. Thought for today: Comment is free, but facts are sacred — C.P. Scott, English journalist, 1846-1932. Bicentennial footnote: Two hundred years ago today, the Virginia Convention ip Williamsburg sent two officers to New Orleans by the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to purchase The undersigned will sell at PuJHic Auction at «7 West Laurel on Monday, May 24 Commencing at 4:90o-clock sharp HOUSEHOLD 600IS HOUSEHOLD GOOIS , Coronado Refrigerator Kitchen cabinets—one with sink Metal Base Cabinet Buffet Kitchen Table a 4 Chairs Davenport Chair Dressers , Birds Ey« Maple Oreiier Bed Rocker B 4 WTV Pole Lamp Large Round Oak Coffee Table Square Coffee Table * Matching Tab)* , Jewel Tea Set Lamps Books Maytag Washing Machine Folding Chairs White Sewing Machine Roll-a-way Bathroom Sink Suds Saver Jars Many Misc. Items AMES Ok) Comer Cupboard Copper Boiler Kerosene Stove Kerosene Lamp Wooden Decoys MISCELLANEOUS Roto Tiller 2 Rotary Mowers Step Ladders Garden Tools Ahiminum Windows ft Screens Car Top Carrier Bicycles USUALTERMSOFSALE. GUST SCHMIDT, 0™ Warren E. Btckman, Auctioneer Northwestern Bank of F.F., Clerk gunpowder as the American Colonies prepared for defense against expected British attacks. By The Associated Press Showers and thunderstorms dumped heavy rain into the central Plains today, triggering scattered lowland flooding over portions of Nebraska. The downpours were part of a widespread rain area stretching from West Texas into the Plateau, the central Rockies and across the Plains to the Dakotas. Flash-flood watches were in effect today and tonight in central and southeastern Nebraska due to locally heavy thunderstorms. More than 2 inches of rain drenched sections of Kansas. One-inch soaktogs spilled into the central Rockies. Showers also splashed into parts of the Southeast, from the eastern Gulf Coast into Florida. A few showers lingered over northern New England. Fair weather and seasonal temperatures dominated the Far West and most of the country from the Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic. Area happenings Breakins investigated The sheriffs department is continuing its investigation of several burglaries reported Friday. About J38C in automotive supplies - fires, batteries spark plugs, and so forth-was missing from Carlisle Co-op Oil entered sometime Thursday night or Friday morning Two lumberyards and the elevator at Pelican Rapids also had breakins. Fjickson-Hellekson-Vye Co. and Crane-Johnson Lumber Co. were entered and cash was taken. It had not been determined today how much or if other items were missing. Temperatures overnight ranged from 35 al Sault Ste Marie, Mich., to 84 at Phoenix. Some other reports: Anchorage 43 cloudy, Atlanta 56 partly cloudy, Boston 50 dear, Buffalo 43 partly cloudy, Chicago 46 clear, Cincinnati 57 partly cloudy, Cleveland 42 dear Denver 51 rain, Detroit« clear, Indianapolis 50 clear, Kansas City70fair, Los Angeles 57 fair, Louisville 63 cloudy, Min- neapolisSt. Paul 59 fair, Nashville 58 cloudy, New York 57 partly cloudy, Philadelphia M clear, Phoenix 83 clear,. Pittsburgh 44'smoke. MINNEAPOLIS GRAINMARKET (May2i) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) - Wheat receipts Friday 176, year ago 162; Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged; prices down l j. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 3.63-5.01. Test weight premiums: one , cent each pound 58 to 61 Ibs; one cent discount each *& Ib under .58 Ibs. Protein prices; 11 per cent 3.63; 12, 3.78; 13, 3.88; 14, 4.184.19; 15,4.594.61; 16, 4.88-4.91; 17, 4.95-5.01. No. 1 hard Montana winter 3.3M.55. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 3.304.55. •No. 1 hard amber durum, 4.00-4.25; discounts, amber 10 cents; durum 28 cents. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.77H- %i. ts No. 2 extra heavy white 1.53-1.72. Barley, cars 137, year ago 29; Larker 2.51-3.35; 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 5.30!4 Rockwell's 44RD electronic slide rule for the graduate Here's a great electronic slide rule with scientific notation for engineer and student alike. 39 95 The 44RD is an ideal portable calculator , for engineering and higher math students that computes logarithmic, trigonometric and exponential functions. And it features a three color keyboard, a big'bright green display for easy reading. Just the thing for professional and student alike. FERGUS FALLS^MINNESOTA The Calculator People in Fergus Falls colleges. Costs during the 1976 academic year will be 54 per cent more than they were during the 1970 academic year. From 1970 until March of this year, the Consumer Price Index went up 44 per cent. There arenumerous ways of lessening the bite on the family budge! according to the colJege board, which is a nonprofit, membership organization that provides tests and other services for students and educational institutions. —Private, two-year colleges, for example, cost about HOC to $500 less per year Jhan their four-year counterparts. —Public, four-year colleges are $1,700 to $2,200 less a year than private institutions, although students who are not residents of the state where the college is located may find out- . NEWYORK POULTRY MARKET (May2i) NEW YORK (AP) - (USD A)-Dressed poultry. North Atlantic carlot and trucklot turkey markets, U.S. grade A, ready-to-cook, frozen, f.o.b. or equivalent: Interest for 4-9 Ibs spotty and fair; offerings adequate. Some basted and timed fryer roasters sold at 53. Trading on hens light, 22-2S IDS toms .also spotty and fair. Offerings on 22-30 Ibs fully adequate. Features this week ranged 88-99, mostly 87-SJ on 4-7 Ibs breast and frozen hens and in a few instances were at 49. Increased are anticipated during next week. Sales reported: fryer roasters 4-9 Ibs 52-53; hens 8-16 Ibs 4949%; toms 24-26 Ibs 5W1, 28-28 Ibs 52, 30 Ibs and up 67 cents. of-state charges can cut sav- ivgs considerably. -Tuition and fees generally account for most of the cost differential among different types of schools. For example, tuition and fees will average $621 at a public four-year college next year, compared to $2,329 for a private schooV The difference in other costs - living expenses, etc. - is less than $200. -Don't ignore the possibility of financial aid even if you think your family income is too high to qualify. Other factors in addition to income must be taken into account. These include the number of children in a family, outstanding debts, etc. The College Board Scholarship Service offers a free pamphlet to help you figure out what sorts of financial aid are available and whether you qualify. The pamphlet, "Meeting College Costs," is available by writing College Board Publication Orders, Box 2815, Princeton, K.I. 085W. togis fills (Mn.) Jounil Sat,, toy 22,19/6 3 Wednesday, May 28 STAG Serving 6:00to B;00 StiKl (mill of Beef $2*° Serving Off Menu Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights from 6 p.m. to 10 Attention LEGIONNAIRES Regular Meeting Monty, May 24 8: IS p.m. Adamson-Korman Post No. 30 Iff MIDQM DING American Independence! Ik Gorham Ircccbn M 20B WEST LINCOLN AVENUE SCOTTS I family center t. t 1. Sl« e , l««p.. r PRICES GOOD SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 23 AND 24 WHUE QUANTITIES LAST CITY CENTER SHOPPING CENTER 130 WEST CAVOUR AVENUE IN FERGUS FALLS PLENTY OF FREE, CONVENIENT PARKING SUNDAY and MONDAY DOORBUSTER SPECIALS! OPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON TO B PH GERANIUMS IN BUD AMD BLOOM 3-Inch Pol 64 EACH COKE. 7-UP 32-<h. Bottle PhsBcttte Deposits limit 4 Berfcs Per Customer 100% Polyester DOUBLE KNIT FABRIC Jicquar'ds Jnd . pattern prints. Al Polyester on bolts. 58 to 60 inches vide. ONE GROUP VaLUES TO 11,97 YARD LADIES' SHORTS 100 Percent Nyfon Solid Pislel Colors Sizes 10 to 18 Reg.J2.99

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