The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 22, 1974 · Page 3
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Storms felt in many areas of Wisconsin By The Associated Press Thunderstorms drenched the nation's already-soaked midsection today, while scattered showers sprinkled areas in the Northwest and along the Eastern Seaboard. Flash-flood watches were in effect for parts of Illinois and Missouri, where thunderstorms continued to dump locally heavy rain. The thunderstorm activity during the night spread along a line from Texas through Missouri and Wisconsin! into Upper Michigan. During the evening, a tornado was sighted near Appleton, Wis., but there were no reports of injuries or damage. Earlier in the day, lightning knocked down a 13,000-volt power line in a Milwaukee suburb, igniting a 50-gallon tank of liquid petroleum gas and causing an estimated $75,000 damage. While the storms caused an estimated 10.000 homes in southeastern Wisconsin to lose electrical service, no storm-related injuries were reported. In neighboring Illinois, high winds Tuesday destroyed 35 buildings and damaged 150 others in a path between Morrison and Lyndon, in the state's northwest, according to authorities. Rainfall amounts during the night exceeded 2 inches at Oklahoma City and Alexandria, La., and were just under 2 inches at Madison, Wis.; Bowling Green, Ky., and El Dorado, Ark. Elsewhere, rain showers were scattered over southern New England, parts of West Virginia and South Carolina and in Florida. Skies were gen- A warming trend helped melt snow that fell Tuesday in parts of Montana, and the 16 inches at Lewistown in the early evening decreased to a foot by early today. Some rain continued in the state. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 35 at Laramie, Wyo., to 80 at Biloxi, Miss. NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Partly cloudy with slight chance of widely scattered showers or an isolated thundershower today. Variable cloudiness with chance of showers northwest, fair to partly cloudy east and south tonight with slight chance of showers extreme northeast. Variable cloudiness with chance of showers north, fair to partly cloudy central and south Thursday. High today low 60s northwest, low 70s south. lx>w tonight low 40s northwest, upper 40s southeast. High Thursday mid 50s north, upper 60s southeast. North Dakota-. Variable cloudiness through Thursday. Chance of showers today and tonight and east Thursday. Chance of freezing temperatures extreme west tonight. High today upper 40s west, 60 east. Low tonight low 30s west, 40 east. High Thursday low 50s northeast, low 60s southwest. South Dakota: Variable cloudiness with scattered showers or thundershowers north, fair to partly cloudy south today and tonight. High today upper 50s northwest, low 70s southeast. Low tonight upper 30s west, mid 40s southeast. Decreasing cloudiness north, fair to partly cloudy south Thursday. erally clear over the Middle Atlantic Stales. Scattered showers also fell over the Northern Rockies and portions of Oregon, northeast California, and Nevada, while clear skies favored the region from the southern Rockies to the Southern and Central Plains. —THE WEATHER May Weather 1973-74 — 1973- Max 1 46 60 65 68 75 71 76 78 58 59 55 60 60 64 81 62 77 75 76 82 71 'Jin 40 38 31 34 44 45 40 46 48 41 35 33 37 33 37 32 32 50 52 58 60 Pep .15 .08 0 0 T 0 0 0 .57 .03 .01 0 .01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 May 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Y.3X 79 61 53 60 57 61 52 60 46 49 53 55 46 48 58 67 54 70 69 84 71 -1974- M'n 39 39 26 29 36 31 45 41 41 43 44 38 38 42 33 44 41 49 50 57 59 per T T 0 0 0 0 .03 0 .39 .76 .75 .05 .05 .11 .20 .28 0 0 0 .57 .15 Jos. Felix Sub-station observer National Weather Service WEATHER RANGE High Low Pr. In County Court Fergus Falls Police have charged I<arry Dean Baker, Fergus Falls Route 3, with speeding. He was fined $21. Four persons forfeited bond for speeding. Eleanor Lenor Chrlstopherson, 1416 E. Sommerset, $15; Norman Howard Ellingson, 307',7 S. Cascade, $19; Jeanne Gale Hensch, Campbell, $15; Donald James Orpen, South S*. Paul, $19. Joseph Adam Hettler, 326 E. Cedar, and James William Roers, Brandon, each forfeited $15 for disobeying stop signs. Robert Francis Lanove, Marshall, was fined $300 for driving while intoxicated and ordered to attend a safety seminar. Joseph Willie, International Falls, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for trespassing. Nine days of the sentence were stayed for one year on conditions of the court. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department has charged three persons with driving while intoxicated. Glenn Alan Nielsen, Fergus Falls Route 1, Dale Robert Erickson, Wadena and Uoyd Jacob Wulf, New York Mills, were each fined $300. Nielsen was ordered to attend a safety seminar. Wulf and Erickson were sentenced to 90 days in jail. In addition, Erickson was fined $300 for driving after revocation of license and sentenced to 90 days in jail. Donald Michael Mancuso, Minneapolis, forfeited $50 for an open bottle violation. The Pelican Rapids Police Department has charged Joel Thomas Hebert, Wayzata, with driving over the center line. He forfeited ?15. The Battle Lake Police Department has charged Mark David Paitich, St. Paul, with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was fined $100. The state patrol has charged four persons with speeding. All forfeited bond. Thomas Kenneth Barnstuble, Alexandria, $25; James Donald Birch, Deer Creek, $25; Matt Joseph Dassinger, Gladstone, $25; Allan Smith, Winnipeg, $36; Steve Vernon Stenerson, Rothsay, and Hayden William Beyer," Lafayette, each forfeited $15 for failing to obey a stop sign. Fish and Game officers have charged Richard Peppel, Barnesville, with leaving a fishhouse on a state access site. He forfeited $25. David C. Roeker, Fullerton, N.D., forfeited $25 for operating an unlicensed watercraft. In the Perham district of County Court, the state patrol has charged seven persons with speeding. All forfeited bond. Janice Joann Barthel, Bluffton, $15; Ix>y Merlin Erstadt, New York Mills, $29; John David Galbrecht, Wayzata, $15; Rodney Joel Karaba, Owen, Wis., $20; Dewayne Arlen Redfield, Moorhead, $20; Wayne Charles Schmanski, Mound, $15; Raymond Edwin Ward, Wadena, $19. Donald Martin Schloeder, county court Wadena, was fined $15 for speeding. Ralph Edward Gosselin, Ottertail, forfeited $25 for passing in a no passing zone. Vernon Theo. Carlson, Hewitt, was fined $300 for driving while intoxicated and $25 for driving without a drivers license and ordered to attend a safety seminar. Clarence Lee Rosenthal, Perham, was fined $200 for driving after revocation of drivers license. Fergus Falls Alex'dia, clear Bcmidji, fair Duluth, fair Hibbing Int. Falls, fair Redw. Falls, cldy Rochester, cldy St. Cloud, cldy 71 50 70 49 73 47 76 49 76 41 79 49 72 52 81 52 73 45 .19 .36 .52 .36 .15 .57 .25 Extended forecast Minnesota: Fair to partly cloudy Friday and Saturday. Increasing cloudiness Sunday with chance of showers or thundershowers south. Slow warming trend through the period. Low Friday and Saturday 32 to 42. Low Sunday 38 to 48. High Friday low 50s north to near 60 south. High Saturday and Sunday near 60 north to mid 60s south. North Dakota: Generally fair Friday and Saturday. Partly cloudy Sunday and continued cool. Little or no precipitation expected. High upper 50s to mid 60s. Low mid 30s to mid 40s. MARKETS SOUTH ST. PAUI,, Minn. (AP) (USDA) - Caltle and calves: 3,500; slaughter sleers and heifers fairly active; steers steady to strong; heifers about steady; cows weak to 50 lower; bulls and vealers steady; package average choice 10GO !b slaughter steers 41.00; choice 1000-1200 Ib 39.00-40.00; 1200- 1340Ibs38.00-39.50; load 1460 Ibs 35.00; mixed high good and choice 900-1200 Ibs 38.50-39.50; choice 900-1100 Ib slaughter heifers 39.00-40.00; mixed high good and choice 38.00-39.000; utility and commercial slaughter cows 28.50-29.50, few 30.00; cutter 27.00-28.50; canner 25.5027.00; No. 1 1700-2000 Ib slaughter bulls 3fi.00-38.00; 1-2 14501850 Ibs 34.00-36.00; prime vea- lers up to 60.00; choice 51.0057.00; good 42.00-52.00. Hogs: 6,000; barrows and gilts 50-75 higher, extremes 1.00 higher; trading moderately active; 1-2 190-240 Ibs 27.50-28.00, shipment 28.25; 1-3 190-240 Ibs 27.00-27.50; 2-4 240-2GO Ibs 25.5027.25; 2GO 300 Ibs 22.50-2G.5fl; sows steady to 50 higher; 1-3 300400 Ibs 20.00 21.50; boars steady, mostly 22.50; weights under 350 Ibs 20.00-23.00. Sheep and lambs: 500; all classes steady, trading moderately active; choice and prime 80-110 Ib spring slaughter lambs 48.00-49.00; some good and choice 46.00-47.00; choice and prime 90-110 Ib old crop slaughter lambs 45.00-48.00; good and choice 43.00-45.00; utility and good slaughter ewes 9.00-12.00; choice and fancy 65-95 Ib feeder lambs 37.00-40.00; good and choice 36.00-37.50. LOCAL HOG MARKET Market: butchers 50c higher, sows 25c higher. Base number 3 butchers 210-240: 26c. Closely sorted meat type butchers 210240: 26.50-27. Sows 270-300: 2020.50. Boars: steady 16-17c. LOCALGRAIN MARKET (Wednesday, May 22) No. 1 Wheat " 3.66 No.20ats 1.23 New Barley 2.45 Corn 2.50 Klax 8.55 Soybeans 4.98 NEW YORK POULTRY MARKET (May 21) NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA) — Dressed turkeys U.S. Grade A, ready-to-cook frozen, f.o.b. or equivalent: Trading activity light and spotty. Offerings increased slightly on 16-22 Ibs toms and fully adequate; other classes no more than adequate. Grade B fryer-roasters sold at 40 cents, and 16-22 Ibs. toms at 38. Sales reported: young hens 8- 16Ibs404 cents, young toms 1422 lbs38'z-39, 28-30 Ibs47,30 Ibs and up 48-49. Fergis Falls (Mi.) Jiirul Wed., May 22,1974 (j MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET (May 21) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Wheat receipts 107 year ago 311; Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged to up 1-2; prices unchanged to up 1-2. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 3.904.31. Test weight premiums: one . cent each pound 58 to 61 Ibs; one cent discount each "2 Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices; 11 per cent 3.90-3.93; 12, 3.92-3.95; 13, 3.984.00; 14, 4.10; 15, 4.16-4.17; 16, 4.28-4.29; 17, 4.30-4.31. No. 1 hard Montana winter 3.72-U1. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 3.724.02. No. 1 hard amber durum, 5.60-7.00; discounts, amber 2575; durum 60-1.50. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.63',z- 2.64' 2 . Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.41. Barley, cars 99, year ago 154; I^rker 2.19-3.00; Blue Malting 2.19-2.90; Dickson 2.19-2.95; Feed 1.95-2.18; Rye No. 1 and 2 2.08-2.18; I'lax No. 1 8.75; Soybeans No. 1 Yellow 5.32; NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGG MARKET NEW YORK (AP)(USDA)Wholesale egg offerings fully adequate on large; irregular on medium. Demand just fair today. Wholesale selling prices based on volume sales. New York spot quotations follow: Whites: Fancy large (47 Ibs min) 4244. Fancy medium (41 Ibs average) 33-36. Fancy smalls (36 Ibs average) 28-30. NEW YORK (AP)--(USDA) — Butter steady. Prices unchanged. Cheese steady. Prices unchanged. Price index shows rise MINNEAPOLIS, Minn (AP) — The Consumer Price Index for the Minneapolis St. Paul area rose 11 per cent for the 12 months ending April 30, the Chicago regional office of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Tuesday. This means the same goods and services which cost $10 in April 1973 cost $11.10 last month. William E. Rice, assistant regional director, said higher food, housing and gasoline prices caused most of the rise during the quarter. fabrific FABRIC CENTERS **** Mercerized Sewing Thread IBUTTONS 4 Spools Size SO Reg.SI.19 Pkg. Alton Cards NOW NOW 100 Per Cent Polyester Fiber 16-Oz. Pkg. Perfect fill for Quilts, Pillows, Toys, Chairs and Cushions. PKG. CARD NOW 39 PKG. CLOSE-OUT ON FLAT FOLDS Choose from Cotton Single Knits, Whipped Creme, Cotton Blends, White Sportweights, Acrylic Double Knits. NOW SEERSUCKER PRINTS 50per cent Polyester 50 per cent Rayon Easy Care for Summer Wear 45" Wide Reg. $2.49 Double Knits 60" Wide, 100 per cent Polyester. A Rainbow of Colors in Crepes, Jacquards and other Textures. Reg. $2.99 Yd. NOW ^^^^^^^^•^••^™^^™^^^^^^^^^^™ fabrific FABRIC CENTERS PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY, MAY 25 WEST OF NATIONAL FOODS 10A.M.T05:30P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY BIG-SAVER COUPONS. ^~ Coupon Expires Sunday, May 26, 1974 Redeemable Only at Piggly Wiggly PAUL BUNYAN HARDWOOD CHARCOAL..,. 20- LB. BAG $ 1 29 Limit—One Bag with Coupon One Coupon Per Customer PICCLY WICCLY COUPON Coupon Expires Sunday, May 26, 1974 Redeemable Only at Piggly Wiggly KITTY CLOVER POTATO ^UIDC TWINPAK V*nil 9«*«*«««*««*««M» BOX 48 Limit—One Box with Coupon One Coupon Per Customer PIGGLY WIGGLY COUPON Coupon Expires Sunday, May 26, 1974 Redemable Only at Piggly Wiggly 100 - COUNT PACKAGE BONDWARE PAPER PLATES 48 Limit—One Package with Coupon One Coupon Per Customer PIGGLY WIGGLY COUPON Coupon Expires Sunday, May 26, 1974 Redeemable Only at Piggly Wiggly DUTCH GIRL BREAD 3 W 2 -LB. 9 V LOAVES • Limit — Three Loaves with Coupon One Coupon Per Customer PIGGLY WIGGLY COUPON Coupon Expires Friday, June 7, 1974 Redeemable Only at Piggly Wiggly OPEN PIT BARBECUE 3 18.0Z.$1| BTLS • Limit—Three Bottles with Coupon One Coupon Per Customer PiGCLY WIGGLY COUPON * Coupon Expires Sunday, May 26, 1974 Redeemable Only at Piggly Wiggly ASSORTED FLAVORS SHASTA CANNED POP.. Limit—Ten Cans with Coupon One Coupon Per Customer PIGGLY WIGGLY COUPON SPECIAL NOTICE! WE WILL BE CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY MONDAY, MAY 27 FERGUS FALLS Junction of Highway 210 South and the Pebble Lake Road

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