The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 8, 1974 · Page 7
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The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota · Page 7

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Falls (Hi.) tonal Wed.May8.i974 7 In County Court, Fergus Falls Police have charged six drivers with speeding. All have forfeited bonds. Jeffrey Alan Erickson, Argusville.N.D., $15; Jeffery Earl Johnson, 1225 Somerset Road, $17; Austin Dennis Korby, 726 Springen, $15; Gary Jay Morrison, International Falls, $27; Lois Diane Schwartz, Fergus Falls Route 1, $17; Cora Ann Thorn, 1323 S. Union, $19. Wesley Marvin Kullhem, Fergus Falls Route 1, and Cecil Earl Stahl, 123 W. Bancroft were fined $50 for open bottle violations. Bradley Ray Biegler, 518 N. Springen, forfeited $15 for obstructed drivers view. Betty Ann Bull, 424 W. Maple, forfeited $15 for passing through a railroad stop sign. Ruth Elizabeth Gerhardson, 645 W. Cavour, forfeited $15 for failing to yield after stop. Steven Richard Muchow, 626 E. Mt. Faith, forfeited $50 for open bottle and $15 for disobeying a traffic signal. David Leroy Williams, 817 Riverside, was fined $200 for driving after suspension of drivers license and fined $50 for an open bottle violation. The Elizabeth Police Department charged Craig Lucas, Breckenridge, with speeding; he was fined $19. Perry Earl Holweger, Wahpeton, was fined $300 for driving while intoxicated and ordered to attend a safety seminar. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department charged Joseph Thomas Guck, Perham, with speeding and an open container violation. Guck forfeited bonds of $45 and $50. Leslie Roy Rhode, New Folden, was fined $50 for open container county court violation. Bruce Wayne Zutter, Hewitt, was fined $300 for driving while intoxicated and ordered to attend a safety seminar. The Pelican Rapids Police Department charged Charles Leroy Berg, Pelican Rapids, with driving while intoxicated and simple assault. On the first charge Berg was fined $300 and ordered to attend a safety seminar. On the second charge Berg was fined $300 with $200 suspended upon conditions of the court. Raymond Joseph Schritz, Rothsay, forfeited $300 for driving while intoxicated and was ordered to attend a safety seminar. The state patrol has charged eleven drivers with speeding; all have forfeited bonds. John Frank Braaten, Pelican Rapids, $50; John Paul Craig, Breckenridge, $54; Irene Laverne Kullhem, Fergus Falls, $21; Gary Stanley Oberfeld, Bismarck, $25; Gerald James Rick, Breckenridge, $25; Lester Kenneth Schuldheisz, Carrington, N.D., $25; Daniel Curtis Skoog, Centerville, $36; Jack Milton Smalley, Bethel, Wash.; $25; Robert Charles Torgrimson, Redwood Falls, $25; Paul Arnie Vossen, Willmar, $25, Herbert Leland Wessels, Breckenridge, $22. Ward E. Kimball, Green Bay, Wis., forfeited $15 for no Minnesota registration; Norma Talmadge Neumann, Underwood, was fined $25 for failure to yield right of way. Fergus Falls Police have charged Andrew Marcus Stahl, Nashua with driving while intoxicated; he was fined $300 and sentenced to 90 days in jail. On the ^ focal scene Fire in parked car Fergus Falls Bremen were alerted at 12:01 a.m. today to a Fire in an automobile parked in front of 1121 N. Union. The fire was extinguished before fire trucks left the firehouse. Hit and run An automobile driven by Fred Beske, Fergus Falls Route 2, was struck byahitandrunvehicleatlhecornerofVernonand Court at 9 p.m. Tuesday. Inez Beske, a passenger in Beske's vehicle, was admitted to Lake Region Hospital for observationwith leg injuries. She is listed in good condition. Damage to Beske's auto is estimated at $500. Man being held as murder suspect SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A 33-year-old Michigan man, Edward Richard Clark, is being held here in connection with a double murder in Minnesota, Sacramento County sheriff's officers reported Tuesday. They said Clark was arrested in a bar on the northeast fringe of the city at 11:35 p.m. yesterday on a tip from the sheriff's department of Blue Earth County, Minn. The murders of Michael Steve Jiminez and his wife Barbara were discovered near Mankato, Minn., late last month. Sheriff's Sgts. Richard Kelley and Alex Cowan said they began about 8 p.m. to look in parking lots of bars for a vehicle Clark was believed driving. They said Clark lives in Michigan, and was staying with relatives near Sacramento. But they knew no other details. Jail officials said no bail has been set for Clark, and no information was available on extradition. Sheriffs Pat Smith of Le Sueur County and LaRoy Wiebold of Blue Earth County arrived in Sacremento Tuesday evening but declined comment. Jiminez was found shot to death April 23 near Smiths Mill, a tiny community in Blue Earth County about 15 miles from Mankato. His wife's body was found in Scotch Lake Sunday about 18 miles north of where her husband's body was found. The couple had been students at Mankato State College. When reported missing, they had been hitchhiking to Mankato from Kansas where they had been visiting relatives. DANCERS COMBINE ART WITH COLLEGE MILLBROOK, N.Y. (AP) A summer "college" for high school dancers is the idea of Bennett College and New York University. The two schools will open a special six-week program July 8 to give students 13 to 16 years of age the chance to see what it is like to pursue a dancing career while seeking a college degree. "It is very important that young people discover at an early age the degree of aptitude and commitment that will be necessary to succeed in dance," says J. Michael Miller, associate dean of NYU's School of the Arts. ADAMSON-NORMAN POST NO. 30 FISHING PARTY Friday, May TO 8p.m. Free Lunch SCOTTS family center A H»ld««>fT.C. ft T. 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