The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 24, 1974 · Page 1
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Noted psychiatrist will appear in city A well-known psychiatrist, Dr. Thomas Szasz, will be the keynote speaker next Thursday, May 2, at the fourth annual education workshop of the Minnesota Association of Human Service Technologies to be held in Fergus Falls. Szasz has been a professor of psychology at Syracuse University since 1956 and is a founding director and chairman of the board of the American Association for Abolition of Involuntary Mental Hospitalization. He is the author of a number of books, including: Pain and Pleasure; Myth of Mental Illness; Law, Liberty and Psychiatry; Psychiatric Justice; Ethics of Psychoanalysis; Ideology and Insanity; and The Manufacture of Madness. Szasz is scheduled to speak at 11 a.m. at the Holiday Inn in the city. The workshop will begin Wednesday, May 1 and continue through Friday and is open to anyone in the human services field. Registration will continue through the opening session Thursday morning. Other speakers will include Roy Anderson, program director for the Lakeland Mental Health Center; Gary Doffing, senior psychiatric technician at Hastings State Hospital; Robert Hoffmann, chief executive officer of Fergus Falls State Hospital. Also, Bill Johnson, patients' advocate at Fergus Falls State Hospital; Wally Cox, recreation therapist at Anoka State OR THOMAS SZASZ Hospital; Wes Restad, assistant commissioner in the Minnesota Department of Public Welfare. Also, Vera Likens, state commissioner of public welfare; Dr. Ron Young, medical director for the department of public welfare; Dr. Robert Premer of the Veterans Administration Hospital in Minneapolis; Dr. Paul Arnold of Fairview Hospital in Minneapolis; and LaVerne Thompson, an alcoholism counselor at Fergus Falls State Hospital. There is a fee for registration for the workshop. • Tape segment analysis set NEW YORK (AP) - NBC News says an expert hired by the White House will agree with a court-appointed team of electronics specialists which concluded that a Watergate tape with an 18^-minute gap was edited and re-recorded. NBC newsman Carl Stern said Tuesday that the White House expert, Dr. Michael Hecker of the Stanford Research Institute, may not agree with procedures used by the other experts. However, said Stern, Hecker will not dispute the conclusion of the six tape authorities, who said the tape underwent "the process of editing and re- recording at least five and perhaps as many as nine separate and contiguous segments." The panel, chosen mutually by the White House and the special Watergate prosecutor, did not say if the erasure was accidental or deliberate. But the group told U.S. District Court Judge John J. Sirica that "The recording controls must have been operated by hand in the making of each segment." Sirica also heard testimony from President Nixon's secretary, Rose Mary Woods, that she may have accidentally erased some of the tape while answering a telephone. Stern said Hecker "expects to testify whether it helps or hurts the President, and now it looks as though it will hurt." According to NBC, a White House spokesman said late Tuesday that nothing in Stern's story came from White House sources. There would be no further comment, the spokesman told the network. The controversial tape is a recording of a June 20, 1972, conversation between President Nixon and his former top aide, H.R. Haldeman, that took place three days after the burglary of the Democratic National Committee offices in the Watergate complex. PUTTHE"DAMPER" ON [A RISING FMPI rncrci K^l RISING FUEL COSTS! YOU MAY CUT HEAT LOSSES... 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(AP) _ The president of the Red River Valley Milk Producers Pool said Tuesday a federal milk marketing order will make bottled milk receipts lower than the price paid for ungraded products. Pool president Erwin Vanek, East Grand Forks, said Grade A milk used in butter and powdered milk would be priced approximately 50 cents a hundredweight less than the un- graded class two product for the next four months. Dairy farmers through the area usually recieve 20 to 30 cents per hundredweight over the class two product. Vanek said. He said the Grade A dairy farmer was assured of receiving less than the average price of ungraded manufacturing milk. He said three fourths of the production was to be figured in, "a disaster price schedule." About 70 per cent of all Grade A milk produced in the Minnesota Wisconsin area goes into butter and powdered milk according to Vanek. Vehicle contract announced BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) - Chrysler's Argentine subsidiary has signed a contract to sell 9,000 vehicles worth $24.2 million to Cuba in the first major American commercial deal with that country since The contract, signed Tuesday, is part of a series of anticipated deals for American car makers in Argentina They are expected to seU Cuba some 42,000 vehicles over three years ."JLf ?, s , timate d $130 million to $150 million. Ford and General Motors are negotiating with Cuba but have yet to reach agreement. The three U.S. auto makers with plants in Argentina were given special waivers by the U.S. government to sell to Cuba despite the 1960 embargo forbidding all but humanitarian assistance transactions between the United States and Cuba. TROOPS CELEBRATE - Syrian troops celebrate a reported recapture of a hilltop near Ibe Golan Helehti in Ttetroops, in this photo bfen by a staff photographer i?* °f wspa PT' Anw8r> wwe "^P***** to h*ve knocked Israeli soldiersfrom(helr P<«« ton on the hill. (APWirephoto) Comedian Uffl/ , rmport , ng dies at 78 robbery-killing I f\C AKfVI tT 1 *? / A T^v •-* ^^^^ I-OS ANGELES (AP) - Bud Abbott, half of the comedy team of Abbott and Costello, died today at the age of 78. Abbott died at his home in Woodland Hills. His agent said the cause of death was not known. Costello died in 1959, two years after the team split up Abbott was the straight man in the comedy team, playing a somewhat stuffy man who was always correcting the impulsive, fumbling Costello. Abbott teamed up with Costello in 1925 and they played in vaudeville and burlesque until, about 1938 when they became "top bananas" on the circuit. They moved into New York appeared on the Kate Smith radio show and soon were in "Streets of Paris" on Broadway." Their first movie was "One Night in The Tropics." The tall, thin Abbott and the snort, fat Costello were the comedy kings of the 1940s and '50s, making dozens of films appearing weekly on radio and going into television in the late 1950s, Their most famous routine was "who's on first," which they performed five times for the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Abbott was born Oct. 2, 1895 in Atlantic City, N.J. His father was a circus advance man and his mother was a bareback rider. Ilis childhood was spent in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn. After the team split up, Abbott filed suit against Costello for money he claimed from their TV series. The suit was still in litigation when Costello died. Abbott is survived by his widow, Betty; a son and daughter; and three grandchildren. Funeral services are pending. OGDEN, Utah (AP) - Homicide charges have been filed against two young Air Force men in connection with a robbery-slaying case in which five persons were beaten, tortured and shot. Three died. The two Hill Air Force Base airmen, Dale S. Pierre, 21, and William A. Andrews, 20, were arrested Tuesday night, Ogden Police Chief LeRoy Jacobsen said. Pierre is from the Caribbean nation of Trindad, and Andrews is from Jonesboro, La. Jacobsen said officers found belongings of some of the victims of the Monday night robbery-slaying at the Hi-Fi Shop in Ogden in a trash receptacle near the Hill AFB dormitory where Pierre and Andrews were seized without resistance He did not elaborate. Jacobsen and Detective Capt Robert Warren said none of the $24,000 worth of stereo equip- Ddli gets large doll NEW YORK (AP) _ Salvador Dali is returning to Europe with a 5-foot-tall "Bugs Bunny" doll. The doll was given to Dali by A. Reginald Morse, director of the Salvador Dali Museum in Cleveland, as the surrealist painter and his wife, Gala, got ready to sail aboard the liner France after a three-month stay in the United States. Dali, know for his eccentricities, said the doll was "ugly and frightening" but he would turn it into a work of art by "painting it with mayonnaise." Nixon brother, Rebozo files to be submitted NEW YORK (AP) - The Internal Revenue Service has agreed to let the Senate Watergate committee staff see tax returns and other data from the personal files of F. Donald Nixon and Charles G. Rebozo, the New York Times said today in a "Is your home insured for whatift worth, or just for what it cost you..?** See me about Srate Farm's automatic inflation coverage that can increase with the value of your home HAROLD ROVANG MINI MALL CITY SHOPPING CENTER mWestCavour Fergus Falls OFFICE: 73&-5A33 HOME: 736-4478 Like a good neighbor, State Rum is there. STATE FARM FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY story quoting well-placed sources. The file information was sought by the committee in connection with its investigation of a $100,000 campaign contribution given to Rebozo in 1969 and 1970 by Howard Hughes. The Times quoted well placed sources as saying the agreement to provide the committee with the politically sensitive tax returns and other materials was worked out Monday. A source told The Associated Press Tuesday night that the Watergate committee's chief counsel, Samuel Dash, had a meeting Monday with Burke W Willsey, an IRS official. But committee sources contacted Tuesday night declined to confirm the Times' account. The Times said that under the agreement, the IRS information would not be given to the committee but to one Democratic and one Republican staff member. Rebozo, President Nixon's close friend, has said the $100,000 Hughes contribution was left untouched in a safe-deposit box until it was returned to the Hughes interests last June 27. Herbert W. Kalmbach, N'ix- on's former personal attorney, reportedly told the committee last month that Rebozo told him he (Rebozo) had given the money to the President's two brothers, F. Donald Nixon and Edward C. Nixon, and to Rose Mary Woods, Nixon's personal secretary. ment taken in the robbery was recovered. They said Pierre and Andrews were arrested on the basis of a description given police by one of the victims, who had been shot, fed a caustic liquid and had a ballpoint pen forced into his ear. "It apparently started as a robbery. It appeared a guy went bananas," said Police Lt Edwin Hymas. Two men bound and shot four employes of the Hi-Fi Shop, then wounded the father of one of the victims when he went to the shop to find out why his son had not returned home, officers said. Courtney Naisbitt, 16, son of Mrs. Byron Naisbitt, who was killed, remained in critical condition with a head wound and other injuries. Orren W. Walker, 43, father of Stanley 0. Walker, 20, who was also killed, was reported in satisfactory condition with superficial gunshot wounds and a punctured eardrum received when one of the assailants forced a ballpoint pen into his ear. The third person lulled was Michelle Ainsley, 18. An autopsy showed she had been raped. The autopsy report also said Miss Ainsley, Mrs. Naisbitt and Stanley Walker had been killed by gunshot wounds in the back of the head and that their bodies revealed traces of a caustic liquid they apparently had been forced to swallow. Police said young Naisbitt also had apparently been forced to swallow a caustic lirj- uid. Sullivan is honored NEW YORK (AP) - Columnist Ed Sullivan, backed up by a guttering cast of show business personalities, was guest of honor at the annual dinner of the American Newspaper Publishers Association. The Tuesday night dinner, billed as "An Evening with Ed bullivan," marked the midway point in the ANPA's four-day annual meeting at the Waldorf- Astoria Hotel. The publishers presented a silver case to Sullivan in honor of his 56 years in the newspaper business. Earlier, comedian Jimmy Durante provided entertainment at a luncheon sponsored by the Banshees, an organization of artists and writers. Entertainers included comedians Jack Benny, Milton Berle, Carroll O'Connor, Victor Borge and Henny Youngman. Others performing were opera singer Robert Merrill, Broadway star Carol Charming, dancer Gene Nelson, and song writers Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. Former resident dies William (Bill) Siewert, 61, Heppner, Ore., formerly of Fergus Falls, died in Heppner this morning. He worked at the Fergus Falls National Bank for a number of years and had been vice president of a bank in Heppner for the past few years. He was married to the former Margaret Anderson of Fergus Falls. Surviving are his wife; three daughters; his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Siewert, and a sister, Mrs. Eloise Dailey, both of Bremerton, Wash. Fergus falls (MR.) Joinal Wed., April 24,1974 2 Clara Hoff dies Clara Hoft, 93, Ashby, died Tuesday at !he Pelican Lake Nursing Home in Ashby. Services are pending with the Nilson Funeral Home in Ashby. Norman Gilbertson dies at Lake Region Norman E. Gilbertson, 48, Battle Lake, died Monday at Lake Region Hospital. Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at First Lutheran Church, Battle Lake, with intern Roger Johnson officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. He was born in Clitherall Township May 28,1925, a son of Carl and Marie Gilbertson. He married Charolette Sandahl June 1, IMS, at the Nidaros Lutheran Church. Since August of 1973 he had worked at the Fergus Falls State Hospital. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Greg (Janet) Stitz, Fergus Falls; two sons, Allen, in the Navy in New Hampshire; and Merle, Moorhead; two grandchildren; and a brother, Carl, Battle Lake. Visitation all day and evening Thursday and Friday morning at the Nilson Funeral Home, Battle Lake. Lester Nelson of Eagle Bend dies Lester Nelson, 56, Eagle Bend, died April 14. Services and burial were held there April 18. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nelson, he was born Dec. 3, 1917, and grew up on a farm near Henning. He served in the Army for four years and was wounded in action in Sicily. He farmed in the Parkers Prairie and Eagle Bend areas for about 20 years. For several years he was a member of the creamery board and was also a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Eagle Bend. On June 20, 1943, he married Retha Goodpaster in Bertha. Surviving are his wife; a son, Steven, and a daughter, Susan; his mother in Henning; two grandchildren; two brothers, John, Staples; and Lawrence, Lomita,Calif.; a sister, Mrs. A R. (Esther) Cornell, Bertha Body is discovered SMITHS MILL, Minn. (AP) — The body of a former Mankato State College student was found Tuesday near Smiths Mill, about 14 miles east of Mankato, Minn. The Blue Earth County sheriff's office said the victim, whose name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin, had been shot. The body was found by an engineer for the Chicago Northwestern Railroad. KXJB Ch. 4 Wednesday Night 6:30 Bob Newhart 7:00 American Parade 7:30 "The Presidency" 8:00 Cannon 8:30 Cannon 9:00 Kojak 9:30 Kojak 10:00 News 4 Tonight 13:30 Movie- 11:00 "Madron" 11:30 Movie 12:00 Final Edition Thursday 7:00 CBS Morn. News 7:30 CBS Morn. 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