The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 8, 1974 · Page 2
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Wednesday, May 8, 1974
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ANTI-INFLATION LUMBER SALE ATTENTION CONTRACTORS, FARMERS, BUILDERS, COTTAGE OWNERS, ETC. - '/<"K4'il' - Extern Booth Sheaa'nt. 445 ply, by fcl bundles. (10 days only) $5.25 each. Western KHn dried - 2x4x8 Construction Grade No. 1, by fuN bundle. (10 days only) Me each. Nearly perfect oak doors '/j prke New - 1x8 - Good lengths (Cottife Owners) Rec Rooms, etc. Knotty spruce for cdlinfs, walls, etc. Many uses. 22c Sq. Ft. Corrupted Fiber Glass Phyion. Several styles and colors. Used for green houses, patio roofs, fences, etc. Sq. Ft. 25c Exterior doors prefinished 1 J A thick all widths, $7.88 each Shower Stalls - Regular $149.95. Now $119.95 BanVoon stools - Good supply. METAL FOLDING CLOSET DOORS - GRADE A 3' - $11.00 5' - $17.76 4' - $15.92 6' - $19.64 Sheet Rock - 4'x8' '/•" - $1.92; Vt" $2.08 Drop Siding - U6 Western Kiln Dried economy grade. Extra Special - 22c Sq. Ft. Western Kin dried Lumber 2x4's thru 2x12'$. In quantities of 1,000 Board Feet or more - 10 per cent off. Paneling — beautiful — V*" 4x8—slight irreg. M.»8 Sinks - kitchen, stainless steel - each slight irreg. singles (doubles $18.95 each Counter tops - preformed $3.95 foot Counter tops laninates - 29c, 39c, 49c Sq. Ft. SALE-OLD TIME PRICES Roof boards - Western kiln dried. .$16.50 - 100 Sq. Ft PLYWOOD - SANDED - EXTERIOR - GLUE 4'x8' Exterior Sanded on one side 5.44 each 4'x8' Exterior Sanded one side 7.44 each 4'x8' Exterior Sanded one side 9.44 each 4'x8' Exterior pt & s 10.88 Military fund help *«*«§«* Twin Cities set **»"•«»•> 7 ^ View given Wed.May8,1974 2 may be postponed b y Mansfield to greet princess Eruption of volcano cited H/.RDBOARD FOR LINING, BARN, SHOPS, ETC. Hardboard W 4'x8' sM 1.79 each Hardboard '/•"4'x8' Tempered, Waterproof... .2.56 each Hardboard Vt" 4'»8' Tempered, waterproof, Bams, Shops, etc 3.40 each Hardboard W 4'»8' Std 2.56 each Hardboard Vi"4'x8'»90 waterproof 4.80 each Hardboard %" 4W Sheets 5.40 each (Steel sheathing - Grade A Galvanized 32" wide a loot to 22 foot lengths. Arriving soon - Inquire) Steel sheathing, colored, Grade A - felted quantity 2x4x8 Econo. Full bundles (10 days only) 7?c each CARPETING - ALL TYPES - VERY LOW PRICES LARGE STOCK - 15 too\ wide 10 per cent off Floor tile 12il2, Vinyl Asbestos : 15c each 4 carloads siding - al types wood and nasonhe 4'x8' - 4'i9'vertical - al at discount prices. Starts at S6.95 per sheet. Redwood doors 36.95 each Shingles - Mil ends, very good 9.88 Sq. Garage doors, many sizes, wood & fiber glass Peg board VTxA'rt' tempered ceiing, garages, etc. . 3.95 each Paneling, vinyl, shield perfects, 4'x8' 3.88 each Siding, 7-16ths"*12"xl6 Colorlock, Never needs paint 25.00 per 100 Sq. Ft. Rolled Roofing and Felt - factory clean-out - l-3rd off Insulation - 3"F*erGlass- foil back 08 Sq. Ft. insulation—5" R 24" Fiber Glass —foil back. .141/20 Sq. Ft. Insulation - 1" - 4'x9' - S. Foam 2.95 each Insulation - 2 t1 -4'x8' - S. Foam 5.90 each 2x10 - Cedar - Center Match, Pole Bam, etc.. 26.00 per 100 Bd. Ft. POLE BARN MATERIAL GOOD STOCK - GOOD PRICES TRY US NEW ceiing board, embossed, washable, 4'xll V 6 95 each (Ceiing tile 12"xl2" plastic coated, embossed washable, sfighdy irregular - .15 each WINDOWS - 2 carloads, gliders, picture double hung, etc. PLYWOOD birch V«" 4's8' cabinet grade (beautiful). 24.95 each Combination storm doors, wood and metal, discount prices Particle board Vi" 4x8 underlayment - good stock Sinks, cultured marble for vanities 29.95 each Sinks, kitchen, stainless steel, doubles «• singles J18.95 each sightly irreg. Marfte, malemine finish; bathroom singles,etc.4x8good 6.95 each Mark'te, malemine finish; bathrooms, milk houses, etc. 4x8 seconds 3.98 each PLEXO GLASS - MANY, MANY, USES - UP TO '/ z OFF Cement Trowler Gofclatt - 36"-7 HP 525.00 Doors, inside, as low as 5.88 each Polyfoam for upholstering, 1" to 5" thick, wil cut to size Plexogbss, many sizes, thousands of uses soc lb. Vinyl uphobtery material, genuine Naughyde from {2.00 per yard Casing prehnished Heft. Mopboard prefinished we Ft. Sewer pipe 4"«10' - plastic Good Stock Steel file cabinets, small sizes '/, price Dril Bits, High Speed 5.00 LB. ASK FOR SPECIAL CARPET SALE PRICES MANY NEW PATTERNS Thousands of items too numerous to mention, on sale. Al sales cash - All sales final. Nc returns. FERGUS SURPLUS & LUMBER Fergus Fals, Minnesota 'Always more for your money" Phone: 739-9782 By MIKE SHANAHAN AP Military Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon has spent all of its al- loted military aid money for South Vietnam, forcing revision or cancellation of some monitions contracts and a likely suspension of U.S. military help for the Saigon government for the next two months. While Pentagon officials were stung by the Senate's rejection of $256 million in additional military aid for South Vietnam, they are even more fearful the Congress will make deeper cuts in the same aid request for the coming fiscal year. In a surprising, successful fight led by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., the Senate voted 43 to 38 Monday to limit U.S. aid to Vietnam to a previously established $1.126 billion ceiling. The vote caused Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger to order a series of emergency meetings to decide how to react. Pentagon sources indicated American shipments to Saigon probably would be held up through the end of the fiscal year to remain in compliance with the Senate cutoff. At the White House, Deputy Press Secretary Gerald L. Warren said top Nixon administration officials were "deeply disappointed" in the Senate vote. He predicted the congressional cutoff would result in a military imbalance in Vietnam as a result of continued heavy infiltration of troops and equipment by the North Vietnamese into South Vietnam. Though Warren indicated attempts may be made again to raise the aid ceiling, Pentagon sources said no attempt would be made to influence a conference committee of House and Senate members who might consider it again. Instead, said Pentagon officials, the chief worry is salvaging a $1.6 billion Vietnam aid ceiling for the new fiscal year starting July 1. The House Armed Services Committee already has lopped off-$200,000 of that figure, indicating that any attempts for a substantial military support program for the Saigon government will have I trouble in the Congress. Between now and July 1, Pentagon sources said, all categories of military aid to South Vietnam, particularly artillery rounds, would come under scrutiny. Some arms or ammunition purchases might be diverted in other aid programs to countries such as Korea or Israel. The rejection of the $266 million, sought not as an outright increase, but defended as a paper transfer credited to earlier years, was not expected to result in any sharp reduction of South Vietnamese military operations. It was expected to result in a much more frugal use of such items as artillery rounds and aircraft munitions. And while Pentagon officials decided how to stay within bounds of the $1.126 billion ceiling, they planned means of salvaging their fiscal 1975 request in a debate reminiscent of earlier congressional fights over U.S. involvement in the Indochina fighting. Conviction of President said unlikely HIBBING, Minn. (AP) Rep. John Blatnik, D-Minn., says he believes the House will vote to impeach President Richard Nixon, but the Senate won't convict him. "He very likely will be impeached in the House," said Blatnik in an interview following an address to the Hibbing Jaycees Monday night. "He's almost lost the last shreds of credibility in Congress." Blatnik, chairman of the Public Works Committee and 28-year House veteran, declined to say how he would vote on an impeachement resolution. "It's likely the Senate will not convict the President," said Blatnik. "The Senate is more conservative than the House and would be afraid to take drastic action. It would be hard to raise the two thirds vote required in the Senate for removing the President from office because he has a lot of support in the southern states." Blatnik and Nixon were both elected to the House in 1946. The Minnesota Democrat will retire at the end of his present term. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. <AP)~ Senatc Majority Leader Mike Mansfield says President Nixon's decision not to release any more White House tapes will further delay efforts to end the Watergate affair. The Montana Democrat said Tuesday during a session with newsmen here that the tapes are "vital, necessary and mandatory" to settling Watergate. "We wish we could forget Watergate, but we can't. It will be carried through to a logical and final conclusion, no matter how long it takes," he said . "The House Judiciary Committee is trying like everything to get down to business, but it receives transcripts, not tapes. And there is a lot of obfuscations, deletions and whatnot in those transcripts." He also said the nation would be stronger because of Watergate because Americans will watch officials more closely and participate more actively in the affairs of government. In a speech later to a group of bankers, Mansfield praised Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger for improving relations with the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China. But he said recent advances in foreign affairs will be of little avail unless there also is a restoration of public confidence in the federal government. No-confidence motion is introduced OTTAWA (AP) - The New Democratic party, the effective balance of power in the House of Commons, introduced a no- confidence motion Tuesday that seemed likely to topple Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau's minority Liberal government. A vote was expected Wednesday evening. Trudeau said he was unconvinced that his government was doomed. Hie motion, which came one day after the 1974-1975 budget was unveiled, condemns the current administration for "its failure to apply any measures to help pensioners or others on low or fixed incomes, to deal with the housing crisis and to remove the glaring inequalities in the tax system." By ELLEN HADDON Associated Press Writer MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP)—Princess Margaret of Great Britain and her husband, the Earl of Snowden, begin a whirlwind tour of Minneapolis today — a tour which required thousands of hours of preparation by hotel personnel, police and social organizers. The princess, who attended the Kentucky Derby and visited Philadelphia and New York this past week, is stopping in Minneapolis on her way to Winnipeg for the Canadian city's centennial celebrations. William Bell, manager of the Marquette Inn where the royal party will stay, said his staff has been working on the visit for about six weeeks. "Our set up is similar to what we do for any VIP," said Bell. "But a princess is special and we'll make her stay enjoyable." That will include, Bell said, providing freshly-squeezed orange juice for princess Margaret's breakfast. "Our biggest fuss will be moving the party in and out of the hotel," the manager said. "I understand they have 30 pieces of baggage." Security for the visit was organized by the U.S. Secret Service and the Minneapolis police. While a Secret Service agent would not disclose any information on his detail, Minneapolis Deputy Police Chief Bill Quinn said the 50 officers assigned to the job would be mostly concerned with traffic and crowd control. "We've had security details like this before," Quinn said. "But we're aware of what nearly happened to Princess Anne and so we're going to be careful." He referred to a recent incident in England when the queen's daughter was threatened by a gunman who shot and wounded one of her bodyguards. When Princess Margaret arrives today at 1:02 p.m. her party will be taken on a scenic drive through Minneapolis, which has 21 lakes within its boundaries. Quinn said several routes have been planned and one will be selected immediately prior to the royal party's departure from the airport. The royal visit was organized by Minneapolis People to People, the group which two years ago prompted the designation of Winnipeg and Minneapolis as sister cities. Mrs. Paul Pedersen, press chairman, said preparation involving "thousands of hours is probably an understatement." Her group organized a black- tie dinner scheduled for tonight at the Sheraton Ritz hotel in Minneapolis. Prominent Minneapolis residents have paid $58 a plate to dine with the princess, and Sen. Hubert Humphrey, D-Minn., is guest speaker. Princess Margaret will make her sole public appearance Thursday morning in the IDS Center's Crystal Court. She and her husband will visit Dayton's store and the Golden Valley Courage Center, which treats crippled children. The royal couple is scheduled to tour and dine at the Walker Art Center and Gutherie Theater Thursday evening prior to their 10 p.m. departure for Winnipeg. While the visit of a princess has been likened to one by a prominent public figure, such as a presidential candidate, there are a few differences. Mrs. Pedersen cautioned the news media Wednesday of protocol for dealing with royalty. "The princess must not be photographed while eating, drinking or smoking," Mrs. Pedersen said. "And, they do not grant interviews." Instead, Mrs. Pedersen said, special times will be set aside for photographers and reporters to do their jobs. Food store manager arraigned FORT MADISON, Iowa (AP)-A Hy-Vee Food Store manager has been arraigned in I-ee County District Court after having been indicted with his company for allegedly trying to force a bread price increase. Gerald Gasper, manager of a Fort Madison Hy-Vee store, pleaded not guilty and was released without bail Tuesday. REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — The Keflavik control tower said a U.S. military plane radioed today that a massive new volcanic eruption has begun in the seabed off Iceland. It said the aircraft reported steam towering up into the sky, about 46 miles southwest of Keflavik. Cora Oberg services Thursday Mrs. Cora Oberg, 79, Erdahl Township, died Tuesday morning at the Crestview Manor in Evansville. Services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Erdahl Lutheran Church with the Rev. Arthur Thorstenson officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. She was the daughter of Erick and Martha Erickson, born Nov. 8, 1894, in Renville County. The family moved to Eagle Bend when she was a young girl. She married Anton Oberg March 15, 1923. They farmed near Sterling, N.D. until 1935 when they moved to Grant County. They also farmed in Stevens County until he retired and moved to Erdahl in 1956. Her husband preceded her in death in 1964. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Warren (Martha) Hood, Morris; four sons, Albert, San Diego, Calif.; Harry, Alexandria; Gordon, Nelson; John, Alexandria; 15 grandchildren and one brother, Emil Erickson of Long Prairie. Funeral arrangements by Erickson Funeral Home, Elbow Lake. , .NOTICE OF BIDS To 4HI Ford Tracrw and an In. t«rnahonal Harvester 5 fOjt Rotary Mower with power take-cff. Th«e are to be sold separately- Can be seen at the Rmhome Fire Hail. Sea led bids will be received until May 17 »H. B p m., at the Marie Oliphant home Btds will be opened ar ihe Foxhome Fir* Hall. Those present at trial time may orally raise Iheir bids. Rfgnf reserved to reject any or all bids. Send bids to: Village of Foxhome Marie Oliprianl, clerk Foxrwme. Minnesota: 56543 Kissinger meets with Go/do Meir By BARRY SCHWEID Associated Press Writer JERUSALEM (AP) -Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger held another meeting with Premier Golda Meir and her chief aides today and then flew to Damascus carrying maps detailing a new Israeli offer to pull back some of its forces on the Golan Heights. "We are making progress in clarifying the consideration of both sides," Kissinger told newsmen after the hour-long meeting in Mrs. Meir's office. Israeli sources reported that in addition to their government's previous offer to give up the territory it captured in the October war, it now was willing to make a token withdrawal from territory occupied since the 1967 war. State Department spokesman Robert J. McCloskey said the new Israeli proposals were "a basis of discussions" and not "a final, fixed, precise position on all of the elements on the Israeli side." "We still think there is a possibility for an agreement, but we don't know if that is a certainty," McCloskey said. One of the pieces of territory involved in the offer was about 40 per cent of Kuneitra, the "When people are shopping for homeowners insurance, tin usually their last stop..? 9 If you're shopping. fir>dOu: i' I can save you money Come m. or give me a call HAROLD ROVANG MINI MALL CITYSHOPPINGCENTER 127 West Cavour Fergus Falls OFFICE: 734.5633 HOME: 734 J478 Likeaeood neighbor, State Farm is there. STATE FARM FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY Kvrx- Oi'te Bloom ry;:on in -x,. s abandoned Syrian provincial capital, which is half a mile inside the Israeli side of the 1967 cease-fire line. But the Syrians are demanding all of Kuneitra. The other was a zone around the Rafid junction about 12 miles south of Kuneitra. The sources said that in return, Israel was demanding a buffer zone along the Golan Heights manned by United Nations forces and deep enough to protect the 18 settlements that Israel has established on the Heights since conquering them in 1967. The Israelis also were reported demanding a significant limitation on the armament of both armies on the Heights. Aides said Kissinger, alter meeting with Syrian President Hafez Assad and his advisers, would return to Jerusalem tonight and fly to Saudi Arabia on Thursday while Israeli officials discussed whatever he brought back from Damascus. A Beirut newspaper reported today that Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko told the head of the Palestine Liberation Organization the Soviet government considers it the "sole rightful representative of the Palestinian people." Al Moharer, which is pro-Palestinian, said Gromyko gave this assurance to Yasir Arafat, head of the PI.O and of the Al Fatah guerrillas, at a two-hour meeting in Damascus Monday. The paper said Arafat told it: ••Gromyko told me the Soviet Union considers the PI/) the only party which has the right to speak for the people of Palestine .... He also told me we can count on unlimited Soviet support for our people's struggle." Despite previous Soviet announcements of support for the guerrilla movement, the Kremlin has withheld public recognition of the PI-0 and has not allowed it to set up an office in Moscow. The Soviet government has been urging the guerrilla movement to form a Palestinian government-in-exile so that Moscow can press for its participation in the Arab-Israeli peace talks in Geneva when they resume. But the guerrilla groups so far have failed to reach a decision on this issue. (Firsl Publication May 8, l»7j> The Count/ Commissioners of Otter Tail County will hold meetings on the following dale* for the remainder of 19H. COUNTY WELFARE AND NURSING COUNTY HOME BOARD May 21st June 7th x June 11 & 12th X June 35th July 3rd x July itn i Wh X July 23rd August 2nd * August 6th & 7th X August 20th Sept. 6th x Sept. 10th & nth X Sept.Mh CXI. ah * Oct Btfi & yth X Ocl22nd Nov. B!h x Nov. 12th i 13th X Nov.Mlh Dec. Mh x Dec. KHh & 11th X Meeting beginning at 9:30 A.M. FORENOON AFTERHOOH WLEFARE COUNTY BOARD X X X X X X X X X X X X X X TELEVISION SCHEDULES KXJB Ch. 4 Wednesday Night 6:30 Bob Newhart 7:00 Sonny & Cher 7:30 Sonny & Cher 8:00 Cannon 8:30 Cannon 9:00 Kojak 9:30 Kojak 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Movie: 11:00 "Machine Gun 11:30 McCain" 12:00 Final Edition Thursday 7:00 CBS Morn. News 7:30 CBS Morn. News 8:00 Captain 8:30 Kangaroo 9:00 Joker's Wild 9:30 Gambit 10:00 Now You See It 10:30 l/)ve of Life WDAY Ch. 6 Wednesday Night 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Chase 7:30 Chase 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "Lucas Turner" 9:00 and 9:30 "In Tandem" 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Tonight Show 11:00 Tonight Show 11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Tomorrow KCMT Ch. 7 Wednesday Night 6:30 Sanford & Son 7:00 Movie: 7:30 "Lucas Turner" 8:00 and 8:30 "In Tandem" 9:00 Movie 9:30 Movie 10:00 10 PM Report 10:30 Tonight Show 11:00 Tonight Show 11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Tomorrow KTHI Ch. 11 Wednesday Night 6:30 Make a Deal 7:00 Cowboys 7:30 Movie: 8:00 "Killdozer" 8:30 Movie 9:00 Doc Elliott 9:30 Doc Elliott 10:00 Mod Squad 10:30 Mod Squad 10:30 Scene Tonight 11:30 W. W. Entertain. 12:00 W. W. Entertain. Thursday 7:00 Today Show 7:30 Today Show 8:00 Today Show 8:30 Today Show 9:00 Dinah's Place 8:30 Jeopardy 10:00 Wizard of Odds 11:00 Young & Restless 11:00 Jackpot 11:30 Search for Tomon 11:30 All-Star Baffle You don't have to watch Newsat!0:00p.m. KTHI-TV PRESENTS 12:00 News 4 Today 12:30 As World Turns 1:00 Guiding Light 1:30 Edge of Nifiht 2:00 Price is Right 2:30 Match Game 3:00 Tattletales 3:30 Coffee Time 4:00 Coffee Time 4:30 Beat the Clock 5:00 Tell the Truth 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News 4 Tonight Thursday Night 6:30 Dusty's Trails 7:00 Waltons 7:30 Waltons 8:00 NBA Playoffs 8:30 Playoff 9:00 Playoff 9:30 Playoff 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Movie: 11:00 "X-The 11:30 Unknknown" 12:00 Final Edition Thursday 7:00 Today Show 7:30 Today Shows' Today Show 8:30 Today Show 9:00 Dinah's Place 9:30 Jeopardy 10:00 Wizard of Odds „._„ 10:30 Hollywood SquareslO:30 Hollywood SquareslO:30 Brady Bunch """'--'- ' 11:00 Jackpot 11:00 Password 11:30 Celebrity Sweep n : 30 Split Second Thursday 7:00 Farm Report 7:30 Farm Report 8:00 New Zoo Revue 8:30 Good "Morning 9:00 Good Morning 9:30 Mike Douglas 10:00 Mike Douglas KFME Ch. 13 Wednesday Night 6:30 Consultation 7:00 Washington Conr, 7:30 Theatre in Americ 8:00 "The Widowing 8:30 of Mrs. Holroyd" 9:00 Theatre 9:30 Theatre Thirteen 10:00 "Personal Proper! Stations responsible for changes. Thursday 10:00 Electric Company 12:00 Noonday 12:00 Farm Today 12:00 D'ialing Dollars 12:30 Three on Match 12:30 Three on Match 12:30 Make a Deal 1:00 Days of Our Lives 1:00 Days of Our Lives 1:00 Newlywed Game 1:30 The Doctors 1:30 The Doctors 1:30 Girl in my Life 2:00 General Hospital 11:30 Man in Ecosysten 12:00 Sesame Street 2:00 Another World 2:00 Another World 2:30 Survive a Marriag 2:30 Survive a Marriag 2:30 One Life to Live , , ..... . 3:fJO $10i0()0 py^y 3:30 Movie 4:00 "I Paris 4:30 Burning" Part 2 5:00 Scene Tonight 5:30 ABC News 6:00 New I-ucy Show 3:00 Partylinc 3:3 ° Partylinc 4:00 Somerset 4 : 3Q Addams Familv 5:00 Hogan's Heros" 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News-wthr-spts. Thursday Night 6:30 Ozzie's Girls 7:00 Flip Wilson 7:30 Flip Wilson 8:00 Ironside 8:30 Ironside 9:00 Music Country 9:30 Music Country 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Tonight Show 11 : 00 Tonight Show 11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Tomorrow 3:00 Somerset 3:30 Make a Deal 4:00 Welcome Inn 4:30 Lassie 5:00 Goober 5:30 NBC News 6:00 6 PM Report Thursday Night 6:30 Nashville Music 7:00 Flip Wilson 7:30 Flip Wilson 8:00 Ironside 8:30 Ironside 9:00 Music Country 9:30 Music Country 10:00 10 PM Report 10:30 Tonight Show 1 1 : 00 Tonight Show 11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Tomorrow Thursday Night £28 r& 6t n ' : SS£ 10P ?? r0ne R : m E' re ^ 8:00 Rung Fu 8:30 Kung Fu : ,nm M 10:00 Mod Squad 10:30 Mod Squad 11:00 Scene Tonight 11:30 W. W. Entertain 12:00 W. W. Entertain. 4:00 Misterogers 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Bookbeat Thursdav Night 6:3 ° M » n " Ecosystem 7:00 Advocates 7:3 ° Advocates 8: oo Media 7 8:3 o Pre*,^ 9:0 ° Washineton Talk 9:3 ° Food S^e 10:00 "So You're on 10-30 A Efiet" Stations responsible for changes. —Front End Alignmentand Wheel Balancing —Radiator Cleaning, Repairing or Recoring -Automatic Transmissions— Body and Paintwork —Tune-up and Electrical —Brake Work —All Major Engine Repairs "Your car's Best Friend" Minnesota Motor Co. Call for Appointment or Drive in Today 123 South Court PhnnoT'U *«i

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