The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 1, 1974 · Page 5
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SERVICES GRAVEL, SAND, black dirt. G«ner*l hauling, 33 years experience. Reynolds and Son. EARN MORE on your savings at Fergvs Fall! Savings I Loan Assn. ERICKSON'S SEPTIC pulping service, Fergus Falls. Phone 7366290. If no answer, call 736-7621. WHO OWES you? We collect. Trl- State Collection Service. 7366953. 112 Souttl Mill. CARPET AND upholstery shampooing, dry in 90 mlnutet. Louie Halby, City. FOR EXPERT repair on small engines of all makes, see Verne at Otter Tall Co-op Oils, 203 W. Washington. FRIBERG'S UPHOLSTERY Shop. Materials on hand. 736 7956 or 7399134. •'EDDIE'S INSULATING Service. Blown Insulation in old and new homes. Phone 736 4763. SEPTIC TANK pumping, phone 4952258, Julian Tollerude, Underwood, Minnesota. CHUCK'S UPHOLSTERY, 317 W. Lincoln. All types ol furniture, office and home. Car and truck seats. Many fabrics to choose from. Telephone 736-6580. GARDEN PLOWING. Telephone 99651 evenings. TV SERVICE: Fully equipped tor complete color TV diagnoses Dave Maurseth owner. 736 4639. CUSTOM BOBCAT and Backhoe work, landscaping, excavating, trenching and manure loading. Cal , 736-4735. :___ PHOTO-MAT, the fastest way to get your rush-lob printing done. Give us camera ready copy—we'll give you printing via our Quick-Printing Service. Secretarial Service, 309 . West Lincoln. Dial 736-4404. PETERSON ENTERPRISES. Special rubbish hauling and clean up service. Call now, 9-J3B4 or 66669. Free estimates. ANTIQUES ANTIQUES AT Amor./W5-2521. TRAVEL DINING, DANCING FOR SALE-MISC. AIRLINE TICKETS and reservations same price as the airport. Darby Travel Bureau, 734-5424. IRON PORCH and stair railings. Kimber Awning. FIREPROOF CHESTS. Lundeen & Co. MUSICAL INSTR. Victor LEATHER BILLFOLDS and purses. Double A Western Shop. 6X9 VINYL tarps, $4.95. Kimber Awning Co. FOR NEW and used mowers, tillers, and garden tractors, see vow MTD dealer. Otter Tall Co op Oils, 203 W. Washington. ALUMINUM WINDOWS and doors with quality built in. Completely weather stripped, no milered corners to lei In cold and snow. We service what we sell. Kimber Awning Co. SEE THE complete line of 8 h.p. to 18 h.p. Wheel Horse tractors, at tachments, parts and service at Christenson Refrigeration Sales & Service, 313 S. Mill. 736-3744. FOR SALE: Reconditioned washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, electric ranges. Guaranteed. Christenson Refrigeration Sales & Service, 313 S. Mill. 734-3744. USED GUITARS for sale. We have several with prices starting at only J22.SO. Select from over 200 new models In all styles with terms available. See us today at Roy Olson Music. CHECK THE latest in stereo at your musical headquarters. The most famous names such as Fisher, Jensen, BSR and Sharp. For top value on Ihe best in sound check Roy Olson Music now. USED ORGANS for sale. We have several now thaj are priced to move fast. Stop in for a free demonstration at Roy Olson Music. Trades and terms available. 12 STRING Framus guitar, make offer. 9.2351. COUNTRYSIDE 1-94 Skelly. We appreciate your business. Come and see Ruby & Cy. WINTER SCHEDULE: Ten Mile Lake Steakhouse open Friday and Saturday 5:30 p.m. to midnight. Open Sundays noon to 11 p.m. REMINDER — EVERY Tuesday and Wednesday 3 piece Chicken Dinner, $1.39 at Kentucky Fried Chicken. HAVE YOU tried the wild rice with mushroom gravy at Stub's? Spider Trio entertaining Saturday night Mrs. Mitchell wants a legal separation Fergus Fills (Mi.) Jiarul Wednesday, May 1,1974 13 Junior Editors' Quiz on WANT TO RENT HELPWANTED BARRY'S EXCAVATING-septiC tank pumping—sewer system- basement—trenching—landscaping—gravel—black dirt. Call Underwood 826-6J74, Maine <95 3209. SMALL ENGINE repair. Power and riding lawn mowers, roto tillers, sharpening blades and balancing. 415 East Everett, Fergus Falls. Phone: 736-7262. A-l REFRIGERATION and Appliance Service. Guaranteed service on all major appliances. Pnone 739-236X. SEPTIC TANK and farm liquid pit cleaning. Larry Van Ryswyk, 747 2034, Ashby. ELECTROLYSIS BY Gena at Eunice's Beauty Saton, Monday and Tuesday, May 6th and 7th. 7367304. JAEGER'S FURNITURE ft CARPET Drive a little and save a lot. Save. Save-Save at Jaeger's Furniture and Carpet, Highway 210 East, Fergus Falls. Phone 734-3046. OVERWEIGHT? LOSE ugly fat with the Diadax plan. Reduce excess fluids with Fluldex, While Drugs. NEW CEMENT power trowler - 36" wide, 7 h.p. Goblatt. Regular price $495.00-ourprice,5525; DeWalt 10" radial arm saw. Regular price S32S.OO - our price with stand J219; 2x4x8 econo studs, 89c each; Mill end shingles, S9.88 square; utility cabinets • closeouts; Pole barn materials; Counter tops, preformed, S3.95 ft.; Carpeting 15-foot wide; floor tile 12"xl2", 15c each; Cedar fence posts, 3-inch and 4- inch; Plywood Vy CDX, 4'x8', «.95' each. Fergus Falls Surplus and Lumber, Fergus Falls, Minn. MONUMENTS: SELECT your monument or marker before need or at time of need, from Ihe finest display of memorials in me entire United States. For an appointment in your home, or for after-hour office appointments, write or call collect 6124329277. Little Falls Granite Works, So. Hwy. 10, Little Falls, Minn. Service-Quality- Integrity. Open all day Saturday until Memorial Day (May 27.) SKIN PROBLEMS? Use Norwalk Vitamin E Skin Cream, only S1.49 at Gibson Pharmacy. WANTED FULL or part-time bartenders Apply in person. Becker's Supper Club. ATTENTION HIGH school or college boys, we have an opening for a high school or college student looking for part-time stock work. Must be neat in appearance and be willing to assume responsibilities. Apply in person to Scotts Family Center, !30 W. Cavour Ave. An equal opportunity employer. WE HAVE a part-time position on our main floor for a fashion-minded woman. Apply in person or call 7347547 for an interview. O'meara's. WANTED: MEAT or locker plant to buy or lease. Write Box 351, Waile Park 54397. WANT TO rent: House in country. Will do minor repair work If necessary. Call 6-4J2B or 6-7204. WANT TO rent: Farm home in Fergus area. 847-2328. WOMEN'S WEAR DALTON SPORTSWEAR Now in at the Clara B. Wright Shop, River Inn Hotel. NEW YORK (AP) - "She wants out and not any more harassment," Martha Mitchell's lawyer said as h« disclosed that she has filed suit for a legal separation from John N. Mitchell. Mitchell, the former U.S. attorney general, and onetime Commerce Secretary Maurice H. Stans were acquitted Sunday of criminal conspiracy charges stemming from a $200,000 contribution to President Nixon's re-election campaign. "She wanted us to hold off until after his present diffi- CROSSWORD PUZZLE cullies." San Francisco lawyer Melvin Belli said. The separation suit, filed Monday, seeks custody of the Mitchells' 13-year-old daughter Marty and asks $2,500-a-week for Mrs. Mitchell until a determination of her husband's assets is made. Belli said Mitchell had not responded to a notification of the action and that a summons has been issued. The couple, who met while she was working-in Mitchell's law firm, separated last September. CEQ THE FOXGLOVE SPORTING GOODS WANTED: A companion for an older lady. New home, modern conviences in small town. Call 99233 mornings, or 4-7298 atternoons. COOK WANTED in residential Minneapolis. 5400.00 per month. Must have experience. Call collect in A.AA, 612-924 0789. SALESLADIES WANTED: Housewives, Married or single individuals interested in permanent full-time employment with excellent working conditions. Top starting hourly wage, many company benefits, and a chance to meet the public and become a part of a fine organization. Scotts Family Center is the place for you. Yes!!! Scott's has on opening for a full-time year round sales person. Experience is helpful but certainly not necessary. We will train you in all phases of sales work, merchandising and display. Immediate opening is available now. Why not fill out your application today by applying to Mr. Nelson, Scotls Family Center, 130 W. Cavour Ave. An equal opportunity employer. GUNS REBLUEO professionally and reasonably at Vore's, 320 West Lincoln, Fergus Falls. POLARIS SNOWMOBILE sales and service. Bjone's Minnow Service, 1504 East Mt. Faith. Phone 734-7828. PICKUP TOPPERS, custom built to your specifications. As low as $149.50. Becklund-Rian Oil and Marine. BOATS! BOATS! BOATS! Evinrude motors, Lund, Glastron and Mirro-Craft boats. Shore Station boat hoists, and docks. Dunker's Marine, Battle Lake. Phone 218-844.8183. BATAVUS BICYCLES. Quality 10 speed. Buy now at Big Woods Yamaha, Highway 59 South. BETHANY, SCAMP trailers, pickup toppers, camping supplies, sales, rentals. Gerald Benson, 218734 5135, 218-739-9087. MOTORCYCLE PARTS: Stock, custom and chopper, all makes and models. Arvin's Shop, 826-6133. ACROSS l.And so forth 4. Agreement 8. Ping pong paddle ll.Cheei 12. Trick B. Coffee 14. Smooth 16. Christian rite 18. Sliced 20. Service tree 32. Nebraska rail center 34. Electric current 35. Affirmative 36. Reasonable 37. Chase 39. You and me 40. Flying toy 42. Falcon of the sea 44.Winglike 47. Story Hcz/n naas QEG QQQ aaaa nas SOLUYiON OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE 21. French aiticle 50. Shade 23.loony 25. Edible fish 28.Jo's sister 30. About 31. Lofty nest 9V: H.p. JOHNSON rrotor and 308 Winchester rifle. Phone 9-9064. FOR SALE: 6 h.p. outboard motor, good condition. 734.3544. FOR SALE: 1973 350 Honda street, 1,800 miles, excellent condition. 816 W Summit. 734-2283. FOR RENT WANTED SECRETARY, general secretarial and light bookkeeping duties, shorthand not required. Only personal interviews accepted. 328 W. Washington, Fergus Falls. FOR RENT: Office space, 109 N. j Court. Vern Youngren, 736-7551. APARTMENT RENTALS. Call Bakken Construction Co. 6-5145. NEW BROADWAY apartments. 1 and 2 bedroom. Includes dish washer, disposal, appliances, extra closets, saunas, exercise rooms, and garages. 623 W. Fir. 736-2419. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT in a four plex,- private ground level entrance. Stove and refrigerator and heat and water all furnished for $155.00. Call Doug Bietz or Lee Jensen at Jensen Realty, Inc. 218736-4812. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment, stove and refrigerator furnished. 736-25»5 - 73*6683. BUY, SELL, Swap, Trade — you name it. Use low cost Journal Classified Ads. DRAIN?. REALLY drains cesspools and septic tanks. Low-cost, easy, safe! Money back guarantee! Get it now at H 8, L OK Hardware, City Center Shopping Center, Fergus Falls. FOR SALE: Apartment size General Electric washer and dryer. Phone 6-3377. FOR SALE double seat to fit van. 65215. USED TELEVISIONS.all makes, portables and consoles. J10.00 and 1 up': Kordef Furniture: "-•••••• • 2 H60 15 inch Goodyear tires. 2 ET4 mags. 736 4550. USED REFRIGERATOR and gas stove. Mrs. Chester Leitch, Pleasant Lake Resort, Underwood, MECHANICS WANTED, no ex- Minn. perience, we train. Excellent op portunity to advance. Must be free FOR SALE: Motiogany piano, to travel. Call 701-232 2012 in Fargo Lester Spinet. Good condition, collect, 9-5 weekdays. 32 W •H SURVEYING TECHNICIANS to work in Fergus Falls area, experience required. Only personal interviews accepted. 228 West Washington, Fergus Falls. WANTED GIRL to spend summer in country and assist mother with 1 children (1-3), and do light housework. Vacation at lake, private room, S5.00 per day, drivers license required. Contact • Mrs. R.W. Nicholson, Route 1, Dalton 5898921. WANTED YOUNG fellow for mowing the yard all summer. Call 7367270. Phone 736 4337. BUSINESS OPPOR. SPOTS BEFORE your eyes — on your new carpet — remove them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooersi. Scoots Store, Fergus ASSISTANT MANAGER wanted lor WANTED MAN to drive tractor for spring work. Arnold Buth 667-2567 Rothsay, Minnesota. Falls, Minn. TOP RESORT area. Store and bait business. 3.2 beer on and off sale. Immediate possession. Owner retiring. Priced to sell. Miller Realty, 417 N. Friberg. 7363531 or 736-6515. Vt SIZE bed, foam mattress. Phone 495-3450, Maine Township. Drive-in Theatre. Inquire manager, Fergus Theatre. to EGG FACTORY, large capacity bldgs. all in good -onditkm, including three bedroom home. Plant fully equipped. See this In operation. Joe Jorgenson Realty, 734-6903. Evenings 736-2813, 739-2384 or 736-3222. _ FOR SALE: 14' and 18' steel hook ladders; camper furnace, 9000 BTU; wall telephone, crank type. After 6:00 p.m., 1027 Friberg. CLOSE OUT 1974 Model Whirlpool refrigerators, several models tc choose from. 13 cu. ft. refrigerator, low as S194.44 trade. Fergus Hardware. FOR SALE: 3 h.p. Roto Hoe garden tiller. Phone 842-5248. ATTENTION RV Dealers: This area now opened up for Idle-Days top p*rs and Idle-Time Campers. We build solid, top quality covers. We're located in N.E. South Dakota so freight rate is low. Kruse ,,.,„, c , ... . ~ Manufacturing, Bryant, South ,J^,,?_l*;l n . ch ,. b !. cvc . les - Antique FOR SALE: Almost new gun type oil burning hot water heater, 260- gallon fuel tank, two 7.35x14 road tred tires. E. L. Froehlich, 739-9394. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS SEE YOUR FAMILY MORE OFTEN Dakota. 57JJ1. Phone (605) 625-3736. . bookcase desk. One roll away. 73«. Auction Directory WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 - ART & EDYTH JOHNSON ESTATE, 7 mites West of Pelican Rapids, 10 a.m., Dean Sillerud & Norman Solum, Auctioneers (Machinery, Antiques, Household) FRIDAY, MAY 3 — JOHN & GRACE LOERZEL, 6 miles southwest Perham. 10:00 a.m. Jerry & Ray Barthel, auctioneers (Farm) SATURDAY, MAY 4 - VICTOR PETERSON, Section 32, Nidaros Township. 10:30 a.m. Erwin Zaske & Jim Olson, auctioneers. (Farm) SATURDAY, MAY 4 - VICTOR PEDERSON, 5^4 miles southwest of Clitherall. 10:30 a.m. Erwin E. Zaske & Jim Olson, auctioneers (Farm) SATURDAY, MAY 4 - MINNIE L. FISHER ESTATE, 530 West linden, 10:30a.m., Lewis Tysdal, Auction (Household, Antique) SATURDAY, MAY 4 - MILT BRENDECKE, 408 East Cherry, Fergus Falls. 1 p.m. Norman Solum, Dean Sillerud, Auctioneers. (Household and Antiques) FRIDAY, MAY 10 - NORRIS NELSON, 4H miles North of Underwood on Anna Lake. 6:30 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Lake Equip. & Misc.) SATURDAY, MAY 11 - OTTILLIE HAARSTICK, Erhard. 1:00 p.m. Norman Solum & Dean Sillerud, auctioneers (Household & Antiques) SATURDAY, MAY"ll — GEORGE LEITCH, 8 miles Northwest of Battle Lake. Warren E. Beckman, Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneers (Farm) SATURDAY, MAY 11 — ELMER WAGNER, 5Vi miles North of Brandon, 1:00 p.m. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers auctioneers (farm machinery and household). SATURDAY, MAY 18 — WALTER UDEAN, 1 mile South of Battle Lake on Higiway 78 and 2 mites East. 1 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Farm Machinery) TUESDAY, MAY 21 - ALBERT NEUBAUER, Section 13, Orwell Township, 12:30 p.m., Lewii Tysdal, Auctioneer (Furniture, Tools) SATURDAY, JUNE 1 — EDWIN HAARSTICK, 2 l ,i miles North of Fergus Falls, Uwis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Farm) **** Run MID-AMERICA WE HAVE THE BUSINESS, WE NEED YOU LEASE YOUR TRACTOR TODAY! CALL US COLLECT ANDERSON TRUCKING 203 COOPER AVE. NO. ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA PHONE 612-252-4351 EXPERIENCED TRUCK drivers for nation wide truck driving. Requires class A license, ICC Physical, and good driving record. For more information call Roger at 218-681-1016 collect. Thief River Falls. TWO GIRLS to work for the sum mer. One in hot dog stand and one for babysitter. Private living quarters furnished. 847 7125, Detroit Lakes. MORNING COOK from 6 a.m.-l p.m., will train competent individual- Combination dishwasher and kitchen helper. 3 p.m.-U p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. Apply at Ihe Otter Tail House, Southwest shore of Otter Tail Lake. 864 5046. HELP WANTED: We have immediate opening for dependable man as brooder man on turkey farm. Housing and utilities furnished plus other benefits. Apply in person only at Fergus Mill 4 Supply Co., 428 Washington Ave. East. 17' 1972 Model Trailblazer trailer house, sleeps 6, self-contained, oven with thermostat, electricity, gas and battery refrigerator. 55,000.00. Call 736-2035 alter 6 p.m. 1970OPEN ROAD lO'/j.foot camper, cab over for pickup. 736-4098. 19732,500-LB. Teben 12-volt electric boat lift. 'J13-2750. John Dean's credibility is viewed WASHINGTON (AP) - Julie Nixon Eisenhower says former presidential counsel John W. Dean in lied about her father and that's the crux of the Watergate affair. Mrs. Eisenhower said Monday the acquittal of former Cabinet members John N. Mitchell and Maurice H. Stans has tarnished Dean's credibility. Dean, who testified that he had had conversations with President Nixon about the Watergate cover-up, was a prosecution witness at the Mitchell-Stans trial. Today in history Today is Wednesday, May 1, the 121st day of 19s4. There are 244 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1898, American forces under Admiral George Dewey destroyd a Spanish fleet in Manila Bay. On this date: In 1522, England declared war on France and Scotland. In 1M7, the cornerstone for the Smithsonian Institution was laid in Washington. In 1931, the Empire State Building, then the tallest in the world, was dedicated in New York. In 1935, Ethiopia's Emperor Haile Selassie fled from Addis Abba as Italian forces pushed toward the capital. In 1942, in World War II, the U.S. War Production Board restricted the production of ice cream. In 1945, the German radio announced the death of Adolf Hitler. In 1961, the first political hijacking of an Amercian airliner to Cuba took place. Ten years ago: Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev warned at at a May Day parade in Moscow that U.S. policies to- .ward Cuba could drag the world into what he called the abyss of another world war. Five years ago: Five American mountain climbers and two Sherpa guides were killed by an avalanche while on an expedition in Nepal. One year ago: White House News Secretary Ron Ziegler apologized to the Washington Post for past statements denigrating the paper's Watergate reporting. Today's birthdays: General Mark W. Clark is 78 years old. Golfer Frank Beard is 35. Singer Kate Smith is 65. Thought for today: Habits are at first cobwebs — then cables — Spanish proverb. SO J.V NS HO 51. Brain wave 53. Diocese 54. Electees 55. Fuzz 56. You there! DOWN 1. Work unit 2. Hindu cymbals 3. Stylish 4. Pianissimo in music 5. White vestment 33 at W fi V Par lime 24 rain. AP Newsfearures 6. Shoreline 7. Printing mistake 8. Hush money 9. Three-toed sloths 10. Male turkey 15. Blossom 17. Sycamore 19. Book palm 21. Asian country 22. Lady Hamilton 24. Iron symbol 26. Stead 27. Soap-frame bar 29.New Engenders 31. Skin ailment 33. Legatee 34. Cold symbol 37. Children's heroine 38. Attempt 41.Labor 43. Humorous poet 44. Greek letter 45. Large vessel 46. Dad's room •18. Ankara 49. French marshal 52. There QUESTION: What in a foxglove:' * * * ANSWER: A foxglove is an attractive flowering plant of the figwort family of plants, a group of cultivated and wild herbs and shrubs distributed widely throughout the world. Many have medicinal value. Foxglove, a contraction of Folk's-glove, gets its name from its flowers resembling the fingers of a glove. It is a stately plant, growing 3 to 5 feet high with long oval leaves and flowers tightly clustered on a spike. The flowers, purple, rose, yellow or white, are like an elongated bell and droop to the side of the plant. It is easily cultivated and prefers shade. The scientific name for foxglove is digitalis, referring to the finger-like blossoms. Digitalis is the Latin word for finger. The purple foxglove of West F,urope is economically important. Its leaves are used to produce the drug digitalis, a powerful heart stimulant. Wild foxgloves grow in open eastern woodlands of the United States. They are root parasites, gaining part of their nourishment from the roots of trees. 5-1 (Eric Lindsay of Paradise. California, wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) HAGARTHEHORRIBLt TO SKIP THE CA9TLE 2AISE YoUP BLONDIE DAGWOOD, WHY DON'T YOU , TURM OFF THE TELEVISION AMD j TALK TO ME WE LLTALK A3OUT ALLTMOSE BIG BILLS YOU RAM UP LAST [OK, COME ON--LET'S -A TURN TME BEETLE BAILEY you BUMS IN THE LAUNPRV SHRUNK MY <> BALONEY/ < WE'VE NEVER S '- CAMP LAUNDRY" HENRY TIGER

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