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Taize community become Fergus Falls(Mn •> Jo " rBal Saturday, April 20, 1974 2 an oasis of Christian unity TNE MOVIES) By GEORGE VI. CORNELL AP Religion Writer Sometimes in an evening, the leader of an extraordinary community of white-robed Protestant nwnks goes out walking alone in thequiet, rural nighl, and as he gazes up at the stariaden sky, lie repeats to himself: "Nothing is grave except the loss of love." Brother Roger Sdmtz, founder and prior of (he Community of Taize, France, told of his meditations on those evening strolls in a talk last week to accept the $82,000 Templeton Foundation Prize for Progress in Religion. He saiil the money will go "to poor young people, especially in the southern hemisphere" who are committed to two ideals now animating the world's youth — the struggles for justice for the poor and for a personal sense of God's loving presence to fill an inner emptiness. "All this is one and the same struggle — that of love," he said. "To the point that nothing is grave except the loss of love." The Taize community, started by Brother Roger in the aftermath of World War II, has become a global oasis of Christian unity anci fraternity in worship anil work. Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox thinkers, as well as Protestants, mingle there, spending a few days at the rural hilltop church and grounds, sharing in the chanted psalms, prayer and tranquility. Several times dai'ly, bells chime out across the valley, signaling the intermittent liturgical "offices" of the day, beginning at dawn and ending after nightfall. About 70 brothers from various countries and denominations belong to the order, which supports itself by running a pottery shop, a print shop and by farming. They share all goods anil resources, follow a discipline of work and prayer. At worship, they wear white robes with hoods, and at other times, ordinary slacks and sweaters. The community, dedicated to Christian unity, has become an ecumenical beacon in the midst of continuing divisions among followers of one Christ. About 100,000 visitors annually spend time at the center: Brother Roger, now 59, told the meeting in London, England, at which he received the prize that he had great confidence in the new generation of young people, adding, "It is for us, the older generation to listen, never to condemn. "Listen and again listen, to grasp what is finest in the creative intuition that dwells within the young today. They will trace out paths, they will overcome barriers ... to carry the whole people of God along with them. Above all, they will know how to get beyond the demarcation lines that separate believers." The prize was set up in perpetuity by American financier John Templeton, a United Presbyterian, to stimulate "knowledge and love of God." ft was presented last year to Mother Teresa, a Roman Catholic nun who started an order serving the poor in Calcutta's slums. WEATHER April Weather 1973-74 - 1J73- «ax 54 46 54 54 57 53 41 39 40 40 55 55 61 77 32 51 72 80 C4 Min 35 33 31 28 33 35 28 26 17 18 26 25 31 43 25 19 37 48 54 Pep 0 0 0 0 .04 .02 .02 .02 0 0 0 0 0 0 .04 0 0 0 0 Apr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Mix 36 38 36 37 44 46 45 46 59 54 44 49 42 51 52 60 66 61 67 — 1971-Min 30 30 30 21 20 29 22 25 24 32 40 37 36 30 30 24 34 32 35 Pep .47 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .05 .48 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jos. Felix Sub-station observer National Weather Service NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Cloudy and windy today. Showers and thundershowers today and tonight, most numerous this afternoon and evening. A chance of locally heavy rain northwest today. A little cooler Sunday with occasional rain northeast and chance of rain southwest. Rain gradually ending by Sunday afternoon. High today 50s north, 40s along Lake Superior's North Shore, 60s and low 70s south. Low tonight 40s northwest, low 50s southeast. High Sunday 50s and 60s. North Dakota: Cloudy through Sunday. Rain and thundershowers likely today, central and east tonight and Sunday. A slight chance of locally heavy rain east today and tonight. Cooler west and central today, over the state tonight. High today and Sunday 60s. I.ow tonight 30s. South Dakota: Showers and thunderstorms developing over state today, continuing tonight with chance of some heavy showers or thunderstorms. Showers ending from the west Sunday morning and in the east Sunday evening. Cooler today and tonight. High today 60 northwest, 70 southeast. Low tonight mid 40s northwest, low 50s southeast. High Sunday upper 50s northwest, low 60s southeast. Brother Roger, as a young French Protestant theologian, first sought to start a retreat center in Taize in 1942, but was forced by the German occupation of France into exile in Switzerland. He returned in 1944 to Taize, a little village in the poorer, eastern part of France, and with three brothers, determined to create a community of "joy and brotherhood." At the start, he sought permission for the brothers to worship in the village Catholic chapel — a request that made its way up to — and was granted -- by the then papal nuncio in Paris, Angelo Roncalli, later Pope John XXIII. Since then, however, through funds provided by other Christians, a new church has been built on the hill with a large central meeting hall, special Catholic and Orthodox chapels and other facilities. Extended forecast Minnesota: Partly cloudy with the slight chance of a few sprinkles east Monday. Mostly fair Tuesday and Wednesday. Slight warming trend Tuesday and Wednesday. lx)w 31 to 38 north and 35 to 42 south. High 47 to 54 northeast to 53 to 65 southwest. South Dakota: Partly cloudy Monday through Wednesday. Cooler Monday. A little warmer Tuesday and Wednesday. Ixiws mid 30s to low 40s. High around GO Monday and mid to upper 60s Tuesday and Wednesday. North Dakota: Partly cloudy skies and near normal temperatures are expected for the three day period. Night time lows will be 30s and low 40s. Highs will be 50s Monday and 60s Tuesday and Wednesday. NEWYORK POULTRY MARKET (Friday, April 19) NEW YORK (AP)-(USDA) — Dressed turkeys, U.S. grade A, ready-to-cook, frozen, f.o.b. or equivalent: Trading fair on most sizes. Inquiry was building for both retail interests and by distributors. Offerings ample, but some shippers were holding steady on prices. Trading fairly good on undergrade consumer toms and hens. Sales of U.S. grade A, frozen: young hens 8-16 Ibs 40 cents; young toms 14-22 Ibs 39, 22-28 Ibs 3t39. OF CHICKEN... Offer Good Saturday and Sunday Only! APR1L20AND21 FROM 11 A.M. TO CLOSING! Order from your car — or dial 736-3491... We'll have il ready when you arrive at Dairyland! PLEASE-NO DELlVERIESOlV SPECIALLY PRICED ITEMS! The Drive-In That Quality Built! 1220 NORTH UNION FERGUS FALLS MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET (P'riday, April 19) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Wheat receipts 186 year ago holiday; Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged to down 2-3 cents; prices 1-4 cents lower. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 4.18-4.43. Test weight premiums: one cent each pound 5S to 61 Ibs; one cent discount each ' 2 Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices: 11 per cent 4.1&4.20; 12, 4.18-4.20; 13, 4.214.23; 14, 4.27; 15, 4.37; 1C, 4.41; 17, 4.43. No. 1 hard Montana winter 4.13-4.38. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 4.13-4.38. No. 1 hard amber durum, 6.00-7.00; discounts, amber 401.00; durum 70-1.50. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.62'i- 2.04'i. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.25. Barley, cars 96, year ago holiday; Larker 1.74-3.00; Blue Matting 1.74-2.90; Dickson 1.742.95; Feed 1.50-1.73. Rye No. 1 and 2 2.15-2.25; Flax No. 1 9.75; Soybeans No. 1 yellow 5.58'j. (First Publicat.on April 70,197J) BID NOTICE The school board of Fraree-Veroai School District No. n, frun. AVnnesctd will receive sealed bids for carpeting (materials and labor) classrooms and corr/oor of Ihe junior high school fcjilaing (approximately 1,230 5O uare yards) until ?:«HM Daylight Time, Monday, Way 13 mi al If.e oflice of tnf superintendent ol schools. Specilkatiom ar.d air*ct;ons lor suamitling bids may be cbtair.ed uy contacting the superintendent of schools Russell vikestand Clerk (First Publication April 13.197A] IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION Stateof M'nnesota, county of otter Tail Order for Hearing on Petition to Probate Will and lor Symmiry Assignment or Distribution In The Matter 0! The Estate Ot Charres Salmer Erkkson aka Salmer Erickson, Decedent. Alice Erkkson having filed a petition in this court alleging that said decedent died teslale and that said estate consists only of the homestead of sa:d decedent and only such personal property as h exempt from all debts and charges in County Court and praying for the probate ot the will ol said decedent and for a summary asVflnment or distribution of said estate to the persons entitled thereto, which will is on (Me In this Court and open to Inspection; IT IS ORDERED, That Ihe hearing thereof be had on May 7th, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.AV before this Court In the County Covrt Room in the Court House in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and that objections to the allowance ol sa:d will, it any be stated in writing and filed at or before said time of hearing; and that notice of said hearing be given by publication of this order in Ihe Fergus Falls Daily Journal and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated April ath, 1971 Henry Polkinghorn County Judge (Court Seal) Jon Stafsholt Elbow Lake. Minn. Attorney for petitioner. To Your Good Health By Dr. George C. Thosteson SOME BUBBLE BATH CAN DOM1SCHIEF Dear Dr. Thosteson: Would you say something about the danger of using bubble bath when bathing young children? My two-year-old granddaughter developed a urinary tract infection, and the first question the doctor asked my daughter was if she had been using bubble bath for the little girl's baths. She said yes, and the doctor seemed surprised she was not aware of the danger for little children, especially girls. The preparation was a widely advertised one. — Mrs. I.F. The possibility has been discussed more than once in this column, but evidently your daughter didn't see it. It's not a case of condemning bubble baths altogether. There is, however, something for parents to be aware of. Some ingredients in some bubble baths can be irritating to the delicate membranes of a youngster's external genitalia, and the irritation may, in certain circumstances, invite infection. With a particular child and a particular product there may be no irritation; or it may be obvious immediately, in which case don't use it any'more; or it may develop afterward, in which case you can suspect that rinsing was inadequate. So if genital or urinary irritation appears, and you are using bubble bath, that's a reasonable warning to stop. Anyway, bubble bath adds nothing to the cleansing powers of the bath water. The risk is greater in little girls because the urethra is shorter (the urethra being the duct leading from the bladder). Dear Dr. Thosteson: I want to find out more about spastic colitis. What causes it and is there any help?—J.P. Exact cause usually is not clear, but it's bound up with nervous tension and a variety of other elements—overuse of laxatives over a long period, often sensitivity to some food or other. Or several foods. Is there any help? Yes, but you should be warned that it usually takes a good deal of time and careful attention to such few rules as your doctor is doubtless going to give you. It's not a very simple ailment, so for an explanation of it I refer you to my booklet, "Colitis and Kindred Complaints." Send 25 cents and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to me in care of The Daily Journal for the booklet. Dear Dr. Thosteson: What effect does pregnancy have on a woman who has multiple sclerosis? I am 21 and aside from the M.S. am in very good health.—Mrs. D.B. Nobody can give you a positive prediction because the effect is so variable. In an established case of M.S., the neurological symptoms can get worse in pregnancy; in other cases there may be a remission — the symptoms lessen or even temporarily disappear. (For whatever reason, some cases of M.S. appear first during a pregnancy.) Dear Dr. Thosteson: I have been told that a crack in a person's tongue is an indication of lack of vitamin B. Is this true? What foods are a good source of vitamin B?—M.M.P. That may be one cause of such cracking, but the deficiency has to be extreme and seldom if ever appears in a person eating a reasonably balanced diet. B vitamins occur in cereals, nuts, many vegetables and meats. Hence it is more likely that some irritative factor, rather than lack of vitamin B, is causing the trouble - irritation from denial material, excessive smoking, or an allergic reaction to something. Emphysema can be controlled. To learn how to live with this serious lung disease, write to Dr. Thosteson in care of this newspaper, requesting a copy of the booklet, "How To Control Emphysema," enclosing a long, self-addressed (use zip code), stamped envelope and 20c in coin to cover cost of printing and handling. Dr. Thosteson welcomes all reader mail, but regrets that, due to the tremendous volume received daily, he is unable to answer individual letters. Readers' questions are incorporated in his column whenever possible. Walter Matthau as detective Jake Martin heads up the investigation of a mass murder in San Francisco in "The Laughing Policeman" opening Sunday at the FERGUS Theatre. (First Pvbl.caMon April W. W IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION siaieof Minnesota. County of 0:rer Ta.iss Order lor Hearing on Petition lor Prqb»teot Foreign Will. Limiting Time to File Claims and lor Hearing Thereon m Re Estate 01 Rudo'oh Filler. ^Seated copies ol ine last W-llo! MkJ decedent arx> 01 ll-e f^'^'f, mill;™ il 10 probate in Irw County «." J> me CoJnty ol Ca« and Ihe S'alecf Norm Dawa having been tiled v.im in* Peliljon ol Aike Ann Feller prayn<j for the allo*3ncecl sa d will in th,» Court and lor me appoint rr.er.t ol Michael 0. McN3.r as Mm r i lss "^ R °p EREO Tnal ,ne hearing thereof berad on may nth. 1S7J. at 10'W o'clock AM. belore mis Co^rl n tre procale co.rl room in the court twine• <i me Cil/ol Fergus Falls. Minnesota; mat the lime within »hich creditors ol saj rjeceder.l may file the.r claims oe limited to 60 nays from tr.e dale nerwl, and mat Ine claims so filed be heard on J'.ne l«tn, mi. at 1000 o'clock AM, before this Courl in ine probate court room in me courlhouse in tne c.ty ol Fergus Fatls, Minnesota, and tnat notice hereof be given oy publication of tn.s order -n me FergjS Falls Daily Journal and by r-u.red nclke as provided Dy law Dared April IWn. 1574 Henry Polkinghorn Judge [Ccurl Seal) Lamb. ScruHer I McNa.r. Lid Moorc.ead, Minnesota Attorneys lor Petitioner. (First Publication April 6 1974) IN COUNTV COURT PROBATE DIVISION File No. mil Slateof Minnesota. County ot Otter Tall ss Order lor Hearing on Petition for Admission of Will to Probate In The Mailer Of The Estale Of Dan F. Andrus. Decedent. IT IS ORDERED that Ine petition for acfnisvori ci will 10 procale filed herein and any objections li!e(l thereto be heard on April Win, 1974. at 10:00 o'clock A M. by this court in the courthouse in me City ol Fergus Falls. Minnesota. That, if proper. al sa'rj time and place a representative win be appointed to administer the estate, vrho snail co'lecl all assets and fi!e an inventory tr.ereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of ad ministration, and sell such real and per sonal property as may be necessary and for trie test inleresls of 1h.e eslate. Upon completion of administration, Itie representative snail file a linal account for allowanceand shall distribute the estate to me persons Ih.ereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do alt o!her acfs (o close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, tnat creditors ol decedent file th.eir claims in tnis court within sixty 160) days from tne dale hereof and tnat said claims be heard on June 5th. l?74, at lOiOO o'clock A.M. by this court in tne courlhouse in the City of Fergus Falls, M : nnesota. Dated April 1st, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge of Cojnly Court. (Court Seal) Nycklpmoe, Nycklemoe & Nycklemoe Ferg-js Falls, AVnnesota Attorneys (First Publication April 13. l?7<) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION Fill No. 41121 SlateofMinr.esota, CcuntyolOtter Tail ss. Order for HKring on Petit Ton for Central Administration In Tne Waller Of The Estate Of Bessie viger. aka Bessie T. VIger, Decedenl. IT IS ORDERED tnal the pelllion for general administration fll«d herein and any obieclions filed thereto Ce heard on May Tin. 1974. at 10:00o'clock A.M. by tnis court in tne coirrlrwuse in the city of Fergys Falls, Minnesota. Thai, If proper at said lime and place a representative will b« appointed to administer the estate, who shall collect all assets and file an inventory tnereof, pay a'J legal debts, cld;ms, and taxes, and expenses of ad ministration, and sell sucn real and personal properly as may be necessary and lor the oesl interests ol the eslate. Upon completion of adminislration, Ihe representative stialt file a Cnal account for allowance and shall distribute me estate to the persons Iherevnto entitled as ordered oy the court and do all olher acfs to close me estaie. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, tnat creditors of decedent file the'r claims in this court v;i!h.;n sixty (60) days from the da!e hereof and tnat satd claims be heard on JUT* I2tn, 1974. at 10 Wo'clcck A.M. by this couil in the courthouse in Ihe City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated April 81h, 1974 Henry Polkr.ghorn Judge (Court Seal) Rufer, HHie, Pemberfon. Schulje & Sorlie Fergus Falls, Mirmesola 56537 Attorneys [First Publication April 30.1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File No, (1121 s^aieof Minnesota. Cojnly of Olrer Tail ss. Order lor Hearing en Petition lor Admiss'ion ol Will To Probate In The Matter Ot The Eslate Of Ei.-.el Gionner. Decedent IT IS OROERLO tnat tne pet.tion (or admission ol will to probate liJed herein and any odiections filed thereto be heard on May I41h, 1974,at lQ:000'C<OCk AM. by this cotrt in fhe courtnoi/se in the City of Fergus Falls. Minnesota, rrat. il proper, al said time and place a representative will be appointed to administer the esrale. v.no snail colled all assets and lile an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of ad ministration, and sell such real ar.d personal properly as may te necessary and for Ihe best interests ot the estate. Upon completion of administration. Ihe representativeshall lirea final account lor allowance and shall d.stnbule Ihe estate to Ihe persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and da all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, lhat creditors of decedent lile tneir claims in this court within sixly (60) days from tne date hereof and that said claims be heard on June 191.1.1974, at K):00o'clock A.M. by this court in Ihe courthouse in the City ol Fergus Falls. Minnesota. Dated April 9th, 1«J Henry Polkinghorn Judge of County Courl. (Co-jrt Seal) NycxJemoe, Nyckleir.oe 8. Nycklemoe Fergui Falls, Minnesota 55537 Attorneys (First Puolication Apr,! M, 1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File No. 41117 Slateof Minnesota, Couniyof Otter Tail ss. Ordw lorHfirinfj on Petition for Admrtilen ofWilltoPrduH in The waller Of The Estate Of Anna j Saure. Decedent IT IS ORDERED thai the DeMoo i v admission ot will to probate HIM herein and any osieclions filed therelo be heard on May 14m, I974.al 10:000'clock A.M by mis courl in me courthouse in lt« city of Fergus Fa'ls, Minnesota. Tnat, if proper at sa'd time and place a representative will be appo'nteo to administer ire eslate M-M snail collecl a!l assets ana file an «wenlory tnereof. pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses ol ad mlnislralion, and sell such real and personal properly as may be necessary and lor Ire best interests of the estate. Upon completion of administration, the representative snail file a final account for al'o Mance and shall distribute the estate to tr.e persons tnereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all olher acts to close Ihe eslate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, lhat creo.torsol decedent Ine meir claims in tnis courl wittvn sixty (60) days Irom the date hereof and that said claims be heard on Jure l!lh. l?74. at 10:00o'clock A M. by mis court in Ihe courthouse in the Cily ol Fergus Falls. M'nnesora. Dated April 10!h, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge ol County Court. <Courl Seal) Field, Arvesen. Donoho, Lundeen & Hofl Fergus Falls, Minnesota 56537 Attorneys [Firsl Publication April ?0,1974) INCOUNTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION File No. 41130 Stateof Minnesota, Countyof Otter Tail ss. Order for Hearing on Petition for Geaeral Administration. In TheMarterOf The Estate Of Mathilda Bruvold. Decedent IT IS ORDERED that Ihe petition lor general administration filed herein and any objections filed thereto be heard on May l*m, 1974, al 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court in the courthouse in Ihe Cily ol Fergus Falls, M : nnesola. That, if proper, al sa'd time and place a representative will be appointed to administer Ihe estate, who shall collecl all assets and lt!e an inventory (hereof, pay all *egal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of ad ministration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and for tr.e best interests of the estate. Upon completion ol administration, the representative shall tile a final account lor allo*ar.ceBfvJ shall distribute the estaie lo Ine persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors ot decedenl file their claims in tnis court within sixty (60) days from Ihe dalenereol ard mat said claims be heard on Jure 191h. 1974, al 10:00o'clock A.M. by this court in Ihe courlhouse in the City of Fergus Falls. Minnesola. Dated April 12th. 197J Henry Polkinghorn Judge ICouri seal) Rufer. Hrfte, Pemcerton, Schulre & Sorlie Fergus Falls. M'nnesola 56537 Attorneys TELEVISION SCHEDULES KXJB Ch. 4 Saturday Night 6:30 Hee Haw 7:00 All In Family 7:30 M-A-S-H 8:00 M. T. 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