The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 25, 1976 · Page 7
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The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota · Page 7

Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Tuesday, May 25, 1976
Page 7
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Fergus Jaycees receive several state awards The Fergus Falls Jaycee chapter and several members received awards at the state Jaycee convention in Duluth Friday and Saturday. Fergus Falls received the Blue Chip certificate foe over 25 percent growth in membership Individual -members recognized as part of the membership army were Rod B*rg, Jim Lunde, Marty Short and Jim Fish. Dennis Trosvig received the Trooper award for three new members, Dave Pugh the Sargeant award for ,sU new members, Paige Wffl the Captain award for 30 percent membership growth and Joel Bceka, general award for 86 percent membership growth in the district. Boeka also received a presidential medallion in recognition as a member of National Jaycee Presidents Club and a silver key for his service as state vice president The Fergus Falls chapter received a certificate for nominee to the regional award of excellence received by the Glyndon chapter. The chapter also received a founders plaque for extension of a new chapter in Ashby. Stack «t MUM MMr . SJSRTSPOOT Jim Fish, the regional Arm- oruster winner, continued in competition and received a uronze Armbruster award as outstanding Jaycee. Dave Pugh, state director, received the Gold Key in population division 3 and the Tres Goetting award as outstanding state director in the Minnesota Jaycees. Jim Fremstad, Barnesville state director, received the »onze key in population division 1. Mike Karrell, Barnesville president, received - the silver key. Glyndon is the MiXe'Stone winner as outstanding first year chapter in Minnesota with 262 percent membership growth. John Seter, Glyndon president, received the gold Key. Don Sargeant, 'Crookston is the newly-elected president of the Minnesota Jaycees. Attending from Fergus Falls were Gerry and Sally Anderson, Al and Diane Bartsch, Rod and Marilyn Berg, Joel and Dee Boeka, Jim and Barb Fish, Dan and Lois Kvenvolden, Jim and Becky Lunde, Keith and Pam Melberg, Dave and Louise Pugh, Marty and Judy Short Paige and Fitter Will, Larry and Carol/ii Will. Carolyn Will, newly-elected president of the Minnesota Mrs. Jaycees, also'received the Key Woman award. Sally Anderson also received the Key Woman award. Pictures taken of carrier SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. {AP) - Tangled wreckage and poor visibilty are hampering the Coast Guard's efforts to determine just what happened Usl November lo the ore carrier Edmund Fitzgerald, a Coast Guard spokesman said Saturday U. Dan ShotweU said the underwater examination of the 729-foot Fitzgerald, which sank witn all 29 hands aboard, shows mudi of the ship is buried in mud at the bottom of UXe So- perior. The ship is split in two and Shotwell said the bow section is essentially upright in 530 feet of water in Whitetish Bay, northeast of Sault Ste. marie. The Fitzgerald plunged lo the bottom during a violent storm last Nov. 10. The examination is being conducted via a special unmanned underwater sled called OJRV III, which carries three cameras and is directed by technicans aboard the Woodrujh, a Coast Guard vessel. Officials aboard the Wood- rush baid mud covers the hot- lorn 27 feet of the upright bo» section, and that parls of ihe port side appear to be severely damaged. The stern, they said, is separated from the bow and is "a mass of wreckage buried in mud." Fergus Falls (Mi.) Tues.,May25,1976 n h * ' g ' rm ' Ved a P resideilUal medallion as a member of the aational JaVcee PreSu tiuDandageneralawanlfOfMpertnilinfiiib.rjWppo.ihifl the district. (Journalphotoby James Bonavena probe is continuing RtThm Vair / *ni i..ii " county court Gordon L. Thompson", Moorbead, has been fined 13X and ordered to attend a safety seminar on conviction for driving while intoxicated. You're in the mood for spring., and spring is a long and lovely new gown in the pretties! floral prints or trie softest, sunniest shades of the season. MIDWEST FASHIONS (Next to the Fergus Theatre) RENO, Nev.(AP)-Authorities say more arrests are expected "in the near future" in the brothel slaying of Argentine heavyweight boxer Oscar Bonavena. A spokesman from the Nevada Division of Investigation and Narcotics also said late Monday that Cheryl Ann Retx- deaux, who recently married Bonavena in a civil ceremony here, had been located at her mother's home in Sparks, N'ev. But the spokesman said she has refused to answer questions on the advice of her attorney. The marriage was aramlied when it was found that Bona- vena had a wife in Buenos Aires. . Storey County Sheriff Robert DelCarlo identified Miss Rebi- deaux, 20, as a former employe at Mustang Ranch, where Bonavena was killed Saturday by a single rifle shot. A brothel guard, Hi illard Ross Brymer, 31, of Sun Valley, Nev., was booked for investigation of homicide. ' A state incvestigatoc said that as the result of cooepera- tion of the Argentine federal police and the Los Angeles medical examiner's office "we anticipate other arrests in the very near future," He did not elaborate. Bonavena's brother, Vincente, was expected to fly the heavyweight contender's body- to Los Angeles Tuesday, then fo Argentina. ; In Virginia City, Storey County DisL Ally. Virgil Bucchianeri said he is awaiting full results of an autopsy and probe by SCHOOL WINNER CHICAGO (AP) - Littleton Public Schools was the top winner in an annual competition "recognizing U.S. school systems for achievement in providing exemplary library media programs al the elementary level." The Colorado school district won Die national title lo the "School Library Media Program of the Year," presented by the American Assn. ot School Librarians and the Encyclopedia Britannica Cos. state and county authorities before deciding whether Bry- KX)% Solid State Service Mser Chassis Uses less energy than o 75 watt light bulb an this fof only SERVICE IS NOT A PROBLEMI IT'S A POLICYI DUANE'S TV - STEREO & APPLIANCE (FORMERLY MITCHELL'S) »1 West Lincoln — Phone 7M-5W4 — Fergus Fills, Minn. -OPENTHURSDAY EVENINGS TOf:MP.M.- mer will be charged formally, with murder. PERFECT GIFTS FOR GRADUATES.... ROCKWELL ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR Model BR with percent key. Perfect answer to figuring everyday math problems and percentages - now at a perfect price! Automatic add-on and discount capability, automatic constant and repeat on all functions NOW 188 MODEL 14RD $14« MODEL24RD Slf.H You help us... and we'll help you! ... SAVE '4.00 TO '9.00 A SQUARE YARD! WE'VE HAD A TREMENDOUS THREE WEEKS OF SELLING. Our trucVload sate has been very well received. We began with 96 rolls o»er 8,000 sq. jafds, 25,000 pounds (al unloaded by hand, incidenHy)' An this handling and extra effort has been well worth it. But by now' most of the best material has naturafy been picked over and we are now faced with what to do with what we didn't sell. A few fabrics wi make excellent complements to our store stock and wi be integrated into our regular In. but rather than try to handle it again and go to the ad-i ditnnal expense of a warehouse, we are otferir* about 2,000 rards at unheard-of savings. . Sure, many full roUs of the best fabrics are • ; j sold, out you'll find yards and yards of boH ends ot fabulous quaity and color sfjl available. We stSt have patterned shag lots of $12.00 commercial, hard-to-find 15-foot goods, dramatic splushes priced no fisher — than... $q. yard $ 4 99 WE'VE DECIDED TO HOLD A DUTCH AUCTION ON THE BALANCE OF THE STOCK! we promise you quantities listed for each of the day's prices. These are real values in both rolls 4 remnants. This wil be your last chance this year for values ike these. If you're thinking of something for your cabin, office, church, playroom, basement or stairway now 1 * the time to act. ' . THURSDAY, FRIDAY, MAY 28 NONE HIGHER THAN PER SQUARE YARD We guarantee at least 1,100 square yards al this price or LOWER on this day oily! «ra f SSSSB^ AT THE FORMER MINNESOTA MOTOR BUILDING, DOWNTOWN! SOUTH COURT STREET - FERGUS FALLS TERMS OF SALE: CASH AND CARRY 118 W. LINCOLN • FERGUS FALLS, MINN. FURNITURE

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