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Rough weather hits areas of central U.S. Fare QMntewiii Governors end their conference class set March 12 By 'lUe Associated Press Thunderstorms, high winds and hail hit portions of the nation's interior today, while a late-winter storm bombarded Southern California. Although springlike temperatures prevailed through the night from the middle Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic —THE WEATHER Mar. Weather 1973-74 Coast, an area of thunderstorm activity extended from northern Texas into the central Plains and Mississippi Valley to the Ohio Valley and the Appalachians. Hail the size of golf balls pelted LJpscomb, Tex., Thursday night. During the early- morning hours a tornado was sighted south of Topeka, Kan., and 70 m.p.h. winds swept across an area north of Kansas City. The West Coast storm, mov- ing eastward slowly, was expected to dump up to 5 inches of snow in the mountains of Southern California. Travel advisories were issued in the mountain areas, while gale warnings were posted along the coast. Snow also fell in Montana and North Dakota, where Williston received an inch of new snow overnight. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 10 at Cut Bank, Mont., 76 at Miami, Fla. Market futures, hedging, contracts and tax shelters on grain and livestock will be discussed at an adult farm management class March 12, Bert Winger, instructor, has announced. The session is set for 8:15 p.m. in Room 256 of the Fergus Falls Junior High School. A representative from Piper, Jaffrey and Hopwood will be the speaker. By DON Mtl-EOD AP Political Writer • WASHINGTON (AP) - The nation's governors did a lot of worried talking during their winter conference but accomplished little more than some political sniping, which may be the warmup for this fall's big elections. Only one resolution of sub- Max 35 37 43 44 38 43 37 Min 31 29 28 20 26 30 30 Pep 0 .02 0 0 0 .26 .02 Mdr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 —mt- WJn Pep 7 0 27 0 37 40 40 28 T 40 22 .01 49 26 0 39 30 0 29 16 0 Jos. Felix Sub-station observer National Weather Service NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Cloudy today and tonight, variable cloudiness . Saturday. Slight chance of light snow or brief snow flurries extreme north and a few sprinkles extreme south today and tonight. High today and Saturday 25-35 north, 35-45 south. Low tonight 12-20 north,' 20-32 south. North Dakota: Cloudy and cold today with scattered light snow north and west. High today low 20s to low 30s. Decreasing cloudiness and colder tonight, low 5-15. Partly cloudy Saturday, high from mid 20s to mid 30s. South Dakota: Partly cloudy to cloudy through Saturday. Chance of a few scattered showers Saturday. High today 30s north to 50 south. Low tonight 2fls. High Saturday low 30s north, 40s south. Extended forecast Minnesota: Occasional cloudiness and a warming trend Sunday through Tuesday. Chance of rain or snow north Monday and Tuesday. Highs in 30s and low 40s Sunday becoming 40s and 50s by Tuesday. Lows 5 to 15 northeast to 15 to 25 southwest Monday becoming 20s northeast to 30s southwest by Tuesday. North Dakota: Variable cloudiness with warming trend Sunday through Tuesday. Chance of light snow or rain north Monday. Highs 30s northeast to 40s southwest Sunday becoming 40s northeast and 50s southwest by Tuesday. Lows teens and 20s Sunday warming to 20s and low 30s Monday and Tuesday. South Dakota: Partly cloudy and mild Sunday through Tuesday. Lows in the 20s and low 30s. Highs upper 40s northeast to upper 50s southwest. British miners to renew work LONDON (AP) - Britain's 280,000 coal miners are due back at work Monday following a wage settlement to end their month-king strike. But industry that has been snarled by the walkout is expected to take some time to get back into full production. Prime Minister Harold Wilson was expected to order a speedy end to the three-day work week on which his Conservative predecessor put much of Britain's industry to conserve coal-supplied electric WEATHER RANGE High Low Pr. 25 22 .. 24 24 25 12 20 20 21 16 37 36 45 33 29 26 .04 Fergus Falls Bemidji, cldy Duluth, cldy Hibbing Int. Falls, cldy Redw. Falls, cldy Rochester, fr. rain St. Cloud, cldy The Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press HiLoPrcOtlk Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Ixis Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 78 60 86 51 19 0 82 59 61 51 82 60 .. cdy .. cdy .. sn .30 clr .. rn .. cdy 58 491.75 rn 81 60 26 20 80 65 76 72 50 35 40 34 83 63 69 47 79 63 52 42 83 58 74 50 71 53 71 49 44 29 68 32 42 24 53 30 83 51 85 62 60 43 62 51 48 42 45 32 37 24 81 65 72 52 .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .Oledy .03 rn . cdy . cdy . cdy . cdy . cdy . cdy . cdy . cdy .01 rn .02 cdy . clr . cdy .04 sn . cdy . clr . rn .97 rn .35 clr .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .12 rn Auction Directory SATURDAY, MARCH 9- ANTON THEUSCH ESTATE, 2% miles West of Urbank. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Farm). SATURDAY, MARCH 9 - CARL ADAMS, 9 miles North of Bluffton, 1 p .m. Jerry & Ray Barthel, Auctioneers (Farm) MONDAY, MARCH 11 - CLARENCE MILLER, 11 miles East of Doran, and Wi miles Southeast. 12 Noon. Orvin Rosin, Auctioneer (Farm) TUESDAY, MARCH 19-FLORENCE SPERR, Sec. 29, Leaf Mt. Township, Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Farm • Machinery) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 — JAMES BEYER, 8 miles North of Breckenridge. 1:30 p.m. Bob Steffes, Auctioneer (Dairy Dispersal) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20-HARRY AND EARL MOORE - Sec. 17, Carlisle Township, 11 a.m. Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Farm) SATURDAY, MARCH 23 - RON'S WELDING & REPAIR, South Main Street, Barnesville, Minn. Norman Solum i Dean SUlerud, auctioneers. 1 p.m. (Machinery 4 Equipment) SATURDAY, MARCH 23 — CLIFFORD KNUTSON, 3 miles East of Elbow Lake on Highway 7*. 1 p.m. Orvin Rosin, Auctioneer (Farm) MONDAY, MARCH 25 - ELLA LEWIS AND SONS - 9 miles northeast of Perham. Bartel Bros., auctioneers. (Farm) TUESDAY, MARCH 26 - FRANK & HELEN OTTO - 2 miles north of Urbank. E. E. Zaske and Jim Olson, auctioneers (Farm) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 - JAYSON AND KEITH HELGESON, 4 miles Southeast of Rpthsay, 1:00 p.m., Dean Sillerud and Norman J. Solum, auctioneers. (Farm) THURSDAY, MARCH 28 - HAROLD M. SEVERSON, Section 9, Oak Valley Twp. 11:00 a.m. E. E. Zaske & Jim Olson, auctioneers. (Farm) THURSDAY, MARCH 28 - BENNTE JOHNSON, 5 miles North of Pelican Rapids, 12:00 noon, Charles Trane, auctioneer (Farm) FRIDAY, MARCH 29 - CAROLYN RUFF, 9 miles northeast of Parkers Prairie. 11:00 a.m. Zaske & Olson, auctioneers (Machinery & Household Goods) SATURDAY, MARCH 30 - HARRY DALLMANN, 6mues South of Barnesville. 12:30, Norman Solum and Dean Sillerud, Auctioneers. (Farm Machinery) SATURDAY, APRIL 6 - CHARLES M. PETERSON, 12 miles West of Pelican Rapids. Charles Trane, auctioneer. 11 a.m. (Farm) SATURDAY, APRIL 13 - JOSEPH JULSRUD, 12 miles east of Barnesville. 12 Noon. Charles Trane, auctioneer. (Farm) SATURDAY, APRIL 13 - ARCHIE SMITH & MRS. ALICE TORGRIMSON, Section 35, Otter Tail Twp. 12 Noon. E. E. Zaske, auctioneer. (Farm) SATURDAY, APRIL 27 - SHIRLEY'S ANTIQUE SHOP, village of Battle lake. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Antiques). **** power. But much of industry will take some time to get back into full production because the shortened work week disrupted the flow of raw materials and component parts. Maintenance men began preparing the coal pits today just hours after the leaders of the miners' union reached a $230- million-a-year wage agreement in 12 hours of bargaining with the National Coal Board. The settlement was the first order of business for Wilson's new Labor government, which took office Monday after displacing Edward Heath's Conservatives in the general election last week. To get the settlement, the government threw out the 7 per cent anti-inflation ceiling on pay raises which the Conservatives tried to defend in the elections. Even before the voting, however, it was generally conceded that whichever party won would put aside the ceiling to end the strike. And the settlement that was accepted was proposed by a fact-finding pay board appointed by Heath's government. The miners will get an average increase of 22 per cent, with the lowest category of basic pay increasing from $58.17 to $71.30 a week and the highest from $84.60 to J103.50. Bonuses for shift work and other benefits will mean an additional $18.40 for most of the underground force. The size of the proposal resulted from the pay board's discovery late in the election campaign that the miners, who traditionally have gotten more money than other manual laborers, had slipped to seventh place because their earnings were being computed on a different basis from that of other workers. The settlement, $29 million less than the $259-milliori package the miners demanded, still must be approved by union local meetings on Friday. But the vote will only be a formality because of the 25-2 vote for acceptance by the mine union's executive. "We didn't get the full thing, but we think it's a reasonable settlement," union chief Joe Gormley told newsmen. Elsewhere on the economic front, cabinet Minister Shirley Williams warned housewives not to expect a drastic cut in food costs as a result of Labor's election victory. But Mrs. Williams, named to head a new Department of Prices and Consumer Protection, said she hopes to announce subsidies to reduce the price of basic foods within weeks. MARKETS SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)-(USDA)-Cattle and calves 3,200; slaughter steers and heifers in limited supply; prices strong to 50 higher; cows steady to 50 higher; bulls steady; choice 1000-1200 Ib slaughter steers 41.50-43.00; 1200-1350 Ibs 39.00-41.50; choice 900 1111 Ibs 40.5CM2.00; utility and commercial slaughter cows 32.50 34.50; cutter 30.5032.50; canner 27.00-30.50; a few yield grade 1 1700-2000 Ib slaughter bulls 38.50-41.00; individual 42.00; yield grade 1-2 1450-1850 Ibs 36.00-39.00. Hogs 8,500; barrows and gilts fairly active, strong to 50 higher; 12 190-240 Ibs 37.25-37.75; 1-3 190-250 Ibs 36.50-37.50; 190-240 Ibs largely 37.00-37.50; 2-4 250260 Ibs 36.0IW7.00; 2-4 260-300 Ibs 34.00-36.50; sows generally steady; 1-3 300-400 Ibs 32.0033.00; 1-3 400-450 Ibs 31.50J2.50; 2-4 500-600 Ibs 31.00-32.00; boars steady, 27.50-29.00. Sheep 800; a few slaughter heifers on sale weak; slaughter ewes steady; feeder lambs 501.00 lower; a few good and choice 90-100 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 38.00-39.00; utility and good slaughter ewes 15.0018.00; a few 18.50; choice and fancy 65-90 Ib feeder lambs 35.50-36.50; good and choice 34.50-35.50. NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGG MARKET NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA) — Wholesale egg offerings on large light, but adequate on mediums. Demand slow to fair Friday. Wholesale selling prices based on volume sales. New York spot quotations follow: Whites: Fancy large (47 Ibs min) 6164. Fancy medium (41 Ibs average) 58-61. Fancy smalls (36 Ibs average) 41-44. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET (Thursday, March?) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP)—Wheat receipts 152 year ago 146; Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged; prices up 10 cents. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 5,60-5.09. Test weight premiums: one cent each pound 58 to 01 Ibs; one cent discount each 'z Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices; 11 per cent 5.60; 12, 5.60; 13, 5.G2; 14, 5.66; 15, 5.68-5.69; 16, 5.68-5.69; 17, 5.68-5.69. No. 1 hard Montana winter 5.62. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 5.62. No. 1 hard amber durum, 8.00-9.00; discounts, amber 2080 cents; durum 70-1.50. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.B9U- 2.91 L 4. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.53. Barley, cars 145, year ago 62; Laker 2.56-3.62; Blue Malting 2.56-3.60; Dickson 2.56-3.60; Feed 2.35-2.55; Rye No. 1 and 2 3.30-3.40; Flax No. 1 11.25; Soybeans No. 1 Yellow 5.94 3 ,i; LOCAL HOG MARKET Market: 50 higher butchers; sows steady. Base number 3 butchers 210-240: 36.00. Closely sorted meat type butchers 210240: 38.50-37. Sows 270-300: 31.50-32. Boars: 50 lower, 2225.50. LOCAL GRAIN MARKET (Friday, March 8) No. Wheat 5.10 No. 2 Oats 1.29 Corn 2.5G New Barley 3.27 Flax 10.70 Soybeans 5.63 stance was approved in the conference that ended Thursday night with a black-tie dinner at the White House. The governors asked the Nixon administration to release federal highway funds impounded in past years without making the states put up the usual matching money. Otherwise, the main business of the conference was accom- plistved in corridors of the convention hotel where governors of both parties gave indications that President Nixon may be the campaign issue of 1974. A number of governors, including for the first lime some Republicans, suggested openly that the country would be better off if Nixon should quit or be impeached and replaced by Vice President Gerald R. Ford. The new boldness apparently traced in part to a series of election reverses for the GOP, including the loss of a traditionally Republican congressional seat in Ohio on the opening day of the meeting. These Republican losses have been linked with Nixon's Watergate problems. And New ratings released by conservatives WASHINGTON (AP) Senators from Minnesota and South Dakota were given the lowest possible score by the conservative Americans for Constitutional Action in its annual ratings of Congress Friday. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D- Minn., and Sen. James A. Abourezk, D-S.D., were among four senators who received zero ratings from the conservative group. The ratings were based on the lawmakers votes cast in the first session of the 93rd Congress last year on 28 issues ranging from airport subsidies to school busing, ownership of gold and defense programs. A rating of 100 per cent means a congressman voted in agreement with the ACA on every issue, while a zero rating means he never agreed with the ACA in the selected votes. although few governors would call it the leading electoral issue, nearly all said it would be an important factor. Democrats hold 32 governorships to 18 for the GOP. This year 23 Democratic and 12 Republican governors' jobs will be up for election. Among the other political charges flying at the conference were allegations that Democrats are being harassed by federal agencies and discriminated against by administration energy officials. Republicans denounced this as "political poor-mouthing." Meanwhile, action on several important resolutions dealing with the energy crisis was postponed until the regular summer meeting of the National Governors Conference in Seattle in June. Gov. Francis W. Sargent of Massachusetts was the first GOP governor to tell newsmen that Nixon should go. Sargent was joined in this sentiment by Oregon Gov. Thomas McCall, a Republican who has been a frequent administration critic, and Democratic Govs. Jimmy Carter of Georgia, Wendell H. Ford of Kentucky, Milton J. Shapp of Pennsylvania, and Patrick J. Lucey of Wisconsin, who had received an icy reception when he first put forward the idea at the governors conference in Nevada last June. Ford brought up the harass- Fergus Falls (Mi.) burial Fri., Mar. 8, 1974 9 ment charges in a news conference. He said Democratic office holders had been subjected to checks into federally funded programs, their political fundraising and personal finances, including tax audits. Ford said some of the probes by the Justice Department, Internal Recenue Service and General Accounting Office had been spurred by tips or complaints from Republicans. Republicans, including Tennessee Gov. Winfield Dunn, chairman of the Republican Governors Association, said the Democrats were trying to make political capital out of routine investigations and that Republicans were being investigated as well. CARPET SERVICE We Sell: I BRAND NAME CARPETING We Do: • CUSTOM INSTALLATION •SHAMPOOING •REPAIRING Phone 734-2984 SOWERS CARPETSERVICES Fergus Fa Us, Minn. NOTICE ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING of the FEDERAL LAND DANK ASS'N of Fergus Falls Wednesday, March 73 1:30 p.m.—at the HOLIDAY INN Fergus Falls, Minnesota f Business Meeting — Program — Election Directors — Door Prizes — Lunch of NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA) —. Butter offerings adequate but irregular. Demand light Friday. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons (fresh). Creamery, 93 Score AA 70^470\i cents; 92 Score A 70-70Vi. NEWYORK POULTRY MARKET (Thursday, March 7) NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA) — Dressed turkeys, U.S. grade A, ready-to-cook, frozen, f.o.b. or equivalent: Trading activity light. Offerings on hens no more than adequate on commodity type, ample on basted with heavy volume shipments occurring in instances. Offerings on 16-22 Ibs toms fully adequate, over 22 Ibs ample. Advices indicate movement through public restaurants on 24 Ibs and up lighter than anticipated. Sales of U.S. Grade A, frozen: young hens 8-16 Ibs 51V4-52 1 .*. cents. The undersigned will sell at Public Auction at the Julius Sperr Farm, located 7 miles North of Ashby, then 4V: miles East or 10 South and <P/? miles east of Battle Lake, Minnesota, on Tuesday, March 19 COMMENCING AT 11:30 A.M. SHARP LEAF MOUNTAIN LADIES AID WILL SERVE LUNCH Invest now in Safe, Tax-Exempt * Municipal Bonds TRACTOR MACHINERY JOHN DEERE630TRACTOR, row crop JOHN DEERE 630 TRACTOR, wide front NEW HOLLAND BALER No. 68 MPLS. MOLINE LIFT GRAIN DRILL, on rubber, with grass seed attachment 5 sect.BOSS HARROW I.H.C. TANDEM DISC. 10ft. JOHN DEERE TOOL BAR DIGGER, 12 ft., hydraulic lift, 900 series I.H.C. FIELD CULTIVATOR 1970 JOHN DEERE PLOW, 3 16" trip beam 12 FT. VERSATILE SWATHER, pull type JOHN DEERE 32 FT. CORN & GRAIN ELEVATOR OWATONNA CORN & GRAIN & BALE ELEVATOR, 40 ft BALE ELEVATOR, 20 ft. FIELD PACKER, 10ft. MINNESOTA MANURE SPREADER on rubber, 110 bu. MINNESOTA MANURE SPREADER 1951 NEW IDEA CORN PICKER, single row 2 WHEEL BALE RACK, 8x16 4 WHEEL WAGON with 8x16 rack on rubber 4 WHEEL WAGON WITH GRAIN TANK MASSEY HARRIS MOWER BALE SKID TRACTOR LOADER (Manure Fork & Snow Scoop) for Jotin Deere JOHN DEERE 10 ft. TANDEM DISK JOHN DEERE 11'2 ft. DIGGER on Rubber 4-section DRAG 3 JOHN DEERE CYLINDERS MELROE PICKUP, 4 belt 30HEJD MISCELLANEOUS CATTLE NO REACTORS NO SUSPECTS Water Tank Corn Cribbing Grain Sacks Gunny Sacks Alfalfa Seed Water Tank, 3x4 Gas Barrels silt Interest income is exempt from Federal Income Taxes Stop in, call or mail this coupon for information Dorn & Co., Inc. * 129 South Mill Fergus Falls, Minn. 54537 Phone 736-6981 Name ' Address | I-HOLSTEIN BULL, ? Years Old 5-HOLSTEIN HEIFERS, 3 years old, bred 24—HOLSTE1N HEIFERS, coming 2 years, bred BUILDINGS 2 BROODER HOUSES, 12x12 1 CORN CRIB, 7x 20 1 CORN CRIB, 6x16 1 BUTLER STEEL BIN, 1800 I BUTLER STEEL BIN, 1500 1 COLUMBIA STEEL BIN, 1500 1 Wooden Grain Boxes Stone Boat, oak Gas Barrel, 300 gal., wilh gauge 5 Farrowing Crates Heat Lamps Baling Twine Cyclone Seeder Handy Man Jack Truck Chains Sprayer 2 Tarps, 8x16 & 6x8 Pig Water Heater Ladder Paris for Minneapolis Drill Platform Scale Chicken Feeders and Waterers Some Lumber Some Household Items Gas Engine, 5 h.p. Briggs 2 Eleclric Cattle Waterers (Pride of the Farm) less than year old 6 Feed Bunks Hay Bunk Sef of Tractor Chains, 12x38 - TOOLS - PORTABLE SIDE ARM GRINDER SHOPMATE 7'.z" SKILL SAW 2000 Pound CHAIN HOIST \t" PROTO SOCKET SET, complete '4" BLACK & DECKER DRILL VSOCKET SET REMINGTON CHAIN SAW, 16" ANTIQUES John Deere Gas Engine sewing machine Grind Stone Harness Hamcs Cross Cut Saw Single Row Horse Drawn Cultivator Cream Separator Fly Nets Scythe Table Saw with Electric Motor HAY, About 2500 Bales STRAW, About 300 Bales CARS - TRUCKS 1967 4 dr. Chrysler Newport Car 1959 Ford Jj Ton Pickup, with Grain & Cattle Rack 1950 International Pickup, for parts 1946 Chevrolet 1'j Ton Truck, with Box and Hoist USUAL TERMS OF SALE. Make arrangements with clerk for credit before bidding. No goods to be removed from premises until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. MRS. FLORENCE SPERR ft«y T«r}cneir onrf Al R««rs, Auctioneers Fir it State tank, Aihfcy, Clerk

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