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|AT THE MOVIES) Airlines seek government help By STEPHEN K MILLER AP Bosiaeu News Editor Vengeful Sea: In one of the most spectacular sequences ever filmed, the sea bursts into the grand salon of the capsized ocean liner in "THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE," one of the most popular movies of all time, showing through Tuesday at the FERGUS Theatre. Ellington rites set for Mo nd ay NEW" YORK (AP) - Jazz great Duke Ellington, who once said hearing his work was his reward, will be buried Monday from a church where his second "sacred concert" was heard five years ago. Tributes poured in Friday for the tall, urbane bandleader, composer and one-time goodwill music ambassador who died of cancer and pneumonia at the age of 75. "When someone like Duke Ellington dies, we haven't lost him," Dinah Shore said. "Every time I sing one of his songs, I realize how lucky 1 am and how luck)' we all are to have his exquisite talent to draw joy and sustenance from." President Nixon, who presented the "Duke" with the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest honor, in 1970, called him "America's foremost composer" on Friday. "To me," said Bing Crosby, "Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong were the greatest jazz musicians of all time." Impresario George Wein said the Newport Jazz festival this summer will be dedicated to Ellington. Funeral services will be held at the Episcopal Cathedral of DUKE ELLINGTON St. John the Divine, where an Ellington sacred concert employing three choirs, a ballet, four singers and a band premiered. Burial will be in the Bronx. Surviving him are his sister, Ruth, and his son, Mercer, a trumpet player in the Ellington band. Ellington and his wife separated soon after their marriage in 1918. AIM conference behind schedule CUMBERLAND, Wis. (AP) — The nationa! conference of the American Indian Movement was behind schedule today after delays Friday which included a trip by participants to St. Paul, Minn., for a rally in support of AIM leaders Dennis Banks and Russell Means. Indians have been gathering at a Chippewa reservation about five miles northwest of here to prepare an agenda for an international conference scheduled June 8-16 at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in South Dakota. "Our workshops and meetings are all pushed back a day because of delays," AIM organizer Ed Bearheart said. Authorities said a caravan of about 25 autos returned early Friday night from St. Paul, where Banks and Means are on trial in U.S. District Court on burglary, theft and other charges in connection with last year's Wounded Knee, S.D., takeover. An AIM spokesman at the reservation said the caravan riders joined between 300 and 400 persons who had already checked in for the conference. Banks and Means, who said they would attend the conference, said its agenda would include consideration of treaty problems and of government Indian policy. Barren County authorities said late Friday there had been no problems with the growing crowd of participants. Law officers from communities and sheriff's departments in at least six area counties were on hand to patrol the streets in this community of 1,800. Author sets England visit MOSCOW (AP) - Cellist Mstislav Rostropovich, who spoke in defense of exiled author Alexander Solzhenitsvn, is leaving Russia for an extended stay in England. Rostropovich said Friday he would leave Sunday for a two- year visit to London. He expects his wife and two daughters to join him later. Rostropovich, 46, found himself in disfavor with Soviet authorities after his defense of Solzhenitsyn. His concert appearances and foreign tours were restricted. NEW YORK (AP) American World Airways and Trans World Airlines, the two biggest American airlines flying overseas, have given the government suggestions on how it can help them make more money. Details of Pan American's suggestions were published this past week — a list the airline said it conservatively estimated could boost profits by at least $341 million and affect deficits expected from higher fuel and other costs. But neither plan apparently suggested either airline was ready to forego entirely its request for government subsidy. Both contend such payments will be needed to support their North Atlantic operations at least this year. Instead, the plans submitted to a White House body studying the problems faced by the two international carriers suggest air travel across the Atlantic isn't likely to get cheaper very soon. Pan Am, for instance, said it wanted the government to grant it a number of routes while restricting or rejecting new routes for others. It wants fare and rate regulations changed in ways the airline says will produce at least $75 million more a year. It wants a crackdown on al- (Flrst Publication May It, l»7j> IN COUNTY COURT P«0»ATE DIVISION State of Minnesota, County of Otter Tail ss. Orber fer Hearing on Petllie* H Determine Descjfrt In Re Estate Of Ernest H. Rodekuhr, Decedent. Edna Svarvari Olson having liled In this Court a petition representing, among other tnings, tnat said decedent died intestate more tKan five years prior to the filing mereof, leaving certain properly in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, and mat no will of said decedent has been proved, nor administration of his estate granted. In this State and praying mat the descent of said property be determined and that It be assigned to the persons entitled thereto IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on June Itth, 1774, at 10:00 o'clock AM., before this Court, In the County Court Room, In tne covrt House, in the City of Fergus Falls, Mrmesota, and that notice hereof be given by the publication of this order in me Fergus Falls Dally Journal and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated May 13th, 1974 Henry Pofkingtwrn Judge. (Court Seal) Field. Arvesen, Donono, Lundeen s, Hoft Fergus Falls, Minnesota Attorney for Petitioner. (First Publication May It, t»74) INCOUNTV COURT PROBATE DIVISION File 41150 State of Minnesota. County of Otter Tallss. Order tor Hearing on Petiiton for Admission ot Will to Probate in The Matter Of The Estate Of Mervln G. Ftoen, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED tn»f me petition for admission of will to probate filed herein and any objections fifed mereto be heard on June Itth, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.M by this court in the courthouse in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, if proper, al said lime and place a representative will be appointed to administer the estate, wno shall collect all assets and file an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell svch real and per. sonal property as may be necessary and for the best interests of me estate, upon completion of administration, the representative shall tile a final account for allowance and snail distribute tne estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all other acts lo close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, mat creditors ol decedent tile meir claims in trus court wittiin sixty !«0) days from the date hereof and that said claims be heard on July i;th, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court in Ihe courthouse in the City of Fergus Falls. Minnesota. Dated May rth, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge of County Court. (Court Seal) Rufer, Hefte, Pemberton, Scnulze & Sorlie Fergus Falls, M-nnesola SSS37 Attorneys (First Publication May 11,19741 INCOUHTY COURT PROIATE DIVISION File HO. 41147 State ot Minnesota, County of otter Tail ss. Order f or Hea ring on Petition for General Administration, in The Matter Of The Estate Ot Lauras* M. Tavis. Decedent. IT IS ORDERED mat the petition for general administration filK herein and an/ objections filed mereto be heard on Junerti.l974.at I0:00o'clock A.M. by this court in Ihe courthouse in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, if proper, al sa'-d time and place a representative will be appointed to administer the estate, who shall collect all assets and file an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of ad- m-mstraficn, and sell such real and per. sonal property as may be necessary and for me best interests of the estate. Upon completion of administration. Ihe representative shall file a f'nal account for allowance and shall distribute me estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all other acts ro clos« the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in this court within sixty (60) days fron me date hereof and that sa<! claims be reard on July 10th. 1974.it 10.00 o'clock A.M. by thTs court in the courthouse in the City of Fergus Fails. Minnesota Dated May «n. W4 Vienry PolVir~*-.o.-n Judoe Nillcs. Hansen. S*bo, Magill I Davin, LI3. Farqo. North DaXota 5*103 Attorneys BELTONE Hearing Aid Counselor TO HOLD FREE HEARING AID CONSULTATION River Inn Hotel, Fergus Falls, Minn. TUESDAY, MAY28-11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cords, Batteries and Repairs on all Hearing Aids IF HEARING IS YOUR PROBLEM BELTONE IS YOUR ANSWER KLTQNE HEARING AID SERVICE 300 Main—Suite 0, Fargo, N.D.-PD. 237-9*77 VERNONC. MJELDE, Distributor Certified Hearing AM Audiotogiit teged kickbacks and rebates by foreign airlines which compete p. n with Pan Am. One plan gave rw ' flying students ISO for filling out questionnaires for one European airline. Pan Am, which projected an operating loss of |75 million for 1974 when it asked for subsidy money in April, now says it figures the loss will be $29.3 million. Net year's operating toss — a loss before adjustments which include interest and tax credits - should be more than $58 million, the airline says. Both airlines contend they need help if they're to be expected to maintain their North Atlantic services. Both contend they've been hit with staggeringly high fuel bills since the energy crunch. Pan Am, for instance, says it expects over-all 1974 fuel charges to hit $353.5 million, up from 171.6 million ui 1973. prices an average of $67 or 1.5 P«r cent, compared with $163 for Ford, |l»7or General Motors and $182 for Chrysler, all of which make generally larger cars. AMC was careful to keep its subcompact Gremlin model the cheapest U.S. product in its category at $2,4(1. But that's $383 more than last year - and only $1 below the price of Ford's Pinto. General Motors announced at American Motors this past week became the first of the U.S. automakers to boost prices this month. AMC raised its IFirst Publication Way 11,1174) IN DISTRICT COURT SEViMTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT SteteofMJnrwMia, County of otter Tall The Firll National Bank of i-ergus Falls, a corporation, Plaintiff Marland Hoff. Defendant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That pursuant to a writ of execution lo m* delivered In Ihe action above entitled I have levied upon and will sell al public auction lo the highest Udder for cash on the HI day of July 1974, at lOo'clock A.M., al the norm door of tne Otter Tan County Court House in Ihe city ot Fergus Pal It m said County and state, all the right, title and Interest of Marland Hoff above named in and to me real property described as follows, lo-witL An undI vkJea one tialf Interest In and lo me north one-naM of the norrhcMt one-quarter of section 4, lownshlp 133 north, rang* 41 west; and An one half interest in and lo the northwest one-quatrter of the northwest one-quarter of section 3, township 1)], range 41, Otter Tall County, Minnesota. Dated May 10th, 1974 Canton Mortensen Sheriff of Otter Tail County, Minn. By Sidney Nelson, Deputy (F.rst Publication May II, 197J) IS COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File No. 4ltU tfateof Minnesota, County ot Otter Ta : l is Order for Hearinj on Petition for AdraitsiM ol Win to Pro bate In Tw A^ailer Of The Eslatt Of Edward Bernard Kaatvedt aXa Bernard Edward Ka»t»eoi aka Edward 3. Haatvedt, Decedent. IT is ORDERED mat Ihe petition for sdn-.ission of will to probate tiled herein and any ejections filed thereto be heard on June 4th, 1974. »t 10.00 o'clock AM. by thil court in rhe courthovse in the Citv of Fergus Fa'IS. Minnesota. TTal. if proper, a: satf lime and place a representative w<!i be appointed 10 administer the estate. wt« wall collect all assets art) file an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, ano expenses of *d minsiraton. and Mil such real and personal property as may be necessary and for trie best interests ol the estsie. upon completion of administration, the representative snail file a IW1 account for a'lowance and shall distribute the estate to "he person! thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all o»her acts to close me estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors ol decedent file their claims in mis court within sixty (60) days from the da'e hereof and mat said claims be heard on July lOtti, l»74.al 10:00 O'clock AM by this court in the courthovse in the City of Fergul Falls. Minnesota. Oated May 3rd. 1*74 Henry Potkinghorn Judge of County Court (Court Seall Nyctlemoe, Nycklemoe 1 Nycklemae Fergus Falls, Minnesota Sill; Attorneys its annual shareholders meeting that new small cars were being added to each of its five automobile divisions. The additions include a smaller car for GM's Cadillac division, a version of the Chevrolet Nova. The other four divisions, Chevrolet, Buick, Oldsmobik and Pontiac, will be selling versions of the Chevrolet Vega subcompact—but each of the new models is expected to be more elaborate and expensive than the Vega. EFFICIENCY PAYS NEW YORK <AP) - Consumers should check a number of appliances before nuking a purchase, says Arthur D. little, the international research and management consulting firm. (First Publication MavH. 11741 BIMFOCORAPHIC ARTIOUIPMCNT SMled bids will be received by the Director of the Vocelicr.al Center, otter Tall County, Fergus Falls, Mime*), m the Administration Office at MO frfeerg Avenue,and up to 1:30 P.M., Junt lo, 1*74, Mr C-raer.lc Arts Equipment. I — U" offset Printing press List of items and specifications to be bid art available in the Administration Oftic*. MO Friberg Avenue, Fergus Fans, Min. rmota. The vocational Board reserves the right to refect any and all bids. Hillmwi Engquist, Director Vocational center •00 Friberg Avenue Fergus Falls, Minnesota 5*537 ftf|is Mis (Mi.) turn! Sit, Miy 25,1974 2 (Firu Putjikation M»y a, t»7») NOTICIO* IMCOCMCATION FERGUS FALLS COUNTRY IOY DAIRY, INC, • MtaMMlt bulinNt corptratiot. KM incorporate* H»i n, Ml. The general nature «( If* business afcovt te M condvctM by » Ji «mr<> businesi purposes. TIM addreu M Itt registered ««icn it City CwMr, Fergus Fails, Minnesota. TM namet and M- drowt o* in IrtcorperMort , who ere also It* llrl) directors ere: Herman Havgen Javnntwn, Ncrtti DatuMa Rev. S. W. GIIMrrtcrt H>1 Pioneer Drive BiSm»rc*. North O*kot« BUFER. HEFTi, ly Rknvd C. Hefte Attorneys lor Fergus Fails Country toy Oi*v. Inc. t*w OHice BuJWog Fergus Falls. Mimnote TELEVISION SCHEDULES KXJB Ch. 4 Saturday Night 6:30 Hee Haw 7:00 All in Family 7:30 M-A-S-H 8:00 M. T. 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Chu 11:00 Cath lie Hour 11:30 Messiah Luth. Chu 11:30 Meei the Press 12:00 Good News Saturday Night 6:30 Reasoner Report 7:00 Part. Family 7:30 Movie: 8:00 "River 8:30 of Gold" 9:00 Owen Marshall 9:30 Owen Marshall 10:00 Saturday night Mo 10:30 "Boeing, Boeing" 11:00 Tony Curtis, Th 11:30 Jerry Lewis 12:30 Night Owl Theatre Sunday KFME Ch. n Saturday Night No Schedule Svuday 10:00 Luth .-an Hour (First Publication May 25, U74) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE OIVIIIOM F»*N*.41H4 Stateot Minnesota, County ol otter Tail ss. Order for Hearing on Petltlen f«r General Administration. I n The Ma tter 01 The Estate Of Mathl Ide Norby, Decedent. IT is ORDERED mil me petition for general Administration filed herein and any ob[ections filed thereto be heard on June Uth, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court in the courthouse In the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That. If proper, al said fime and place a representative will be appointed to administer the estate, who shall collect all assets and file an inventory mereol. pay all legal deets, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sefl sucn real and personal property as may be necessary and for the best interests of the estate. Upon completion of administration, the repreianta live ma M f i!« a iroal account for allowance and snail distribute m« estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all other am to close me mate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims In this court within sixty (M) days from the date hereof and that said claims be heard on July Z41h, 1»74, at 10:00 o'clock AJW. by mis court in the courthouse in me City of Fergus Falls. Minnesota. Dated May Itth. 1974 Henry polkinohorn Judge (Court Seal) Jon Statsholt Elbow take, Minnesota Attorney (First Publication May 25,1974) INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 544 Fergus Falh, Minnesota INVITATION TO IID The School Board of Independent Scnool District No. 144, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, will receive sealed bids for a program of insurance as set forth in me Specification*, and Bid Proposal Form or the following items: Group Life Hospital Medical Surgical-Maicr Medical Long Term Disability All bids must be received in the Administrative Office. 600 Friberg Avenue, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, no later man COO P.M. on June 11, 1974 at which time me bids wilt be opened and tabulated by me School Board. The School Board of Independent Scnool District No. S44, Fergus Fills, Minnesota, reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. May I, 1974 independent Scnool District NO. S44 Fergus Falls, Minnesota Charles Duncan, Clerk ol School Board (First Publication April 27,19711 NOTICE OF MOVTCASE FORCLOSURESALE Notice is Hereby Given. That default has occurred in the conditions of that certain mortgage, dated me 14m day of January, 1970, executed by Archie E. Filler and Diane K. Filler, husband and wife, as mortgagors and later purportedly assumed by Darlene Lindstrom now Dtrlene A. Mucfxjw by Warranty Deed dated May 12. WJi: as mortgagors to Conservative Mortgage Company.an Iowa Corporation, as mortgagee, filed for record in the otf.ce 01 n-* Register of Deeds in and lor the County of Otter Tail, and Stile of Minnesota, on me 2ift day of Jinuary, 1970, it ll:2S o'clock A.M.. and recorded in Boo K 2B9 of Mortgage Records, page 359. thereafter being ouiy assigned to Federal Njl.oril Mortgage Association, Washington D.C. and filed for record wilh the Otter Tail County Register of Deeds in Boo* )3 of Assignments, page 43* on February 11. meat I: is A.M.. me original principal amount secured by said mor. tgaae being 116.50000; that no action or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover me debt secured by said mcc- tgagex* any cart thereof, mat Mid mortgage is currently in default for failure to make installment payments as agreed \*>ori tr-.at mere is due and claimed to be due upon said mortgage, including hterelt to date hereof, me sum of Sixteen Tnouund Seven Hundred Twelve and 01. 100 1116.712 C4) DOLLARS, plus real estatt taies paid by mortgagee-assigne* of S733 X plus insurance paid by mortg«gM- ass : gnee totalling Sinia and mat pursuant to the power o< sale therein con- takted, said .nortgage will be ttrecloied and me tract of land lying and being in rhe County of Otter Tail, state of Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: The west SO feet of Lots 1, 1. 3. 4, s and 6 in Btock U, WHEELER and RAWSON'S THIRD ADDITION to me City of Fergus Fans, Minnesota said premises encompass kit Hun « Acres insne.and will be sold ly me sheriff of seidcowiry at public auction on the seventeenth day of June. W4. at M:« o'clock AJW.. at public vendi* to me n-ghest bidder 'or cash al me North Do* of me Court House in me City of Fergus Fain inilid county and slate, to pay 9M debt men secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and me costs and disbursements allowed by Itw The lime a l lowed by Paw for redemption by me mortgagor, personal representatives or assqns is six It) months from me daft ol sa<d sale. Dated A«ril 2], 1174 Federal National Mortgage Association ol Wasningtcn, D.C. JRVINE, RAMSTAD. CrUAM lT{*IG«J, By: William H. Briggs Attorneys (or Assignee Mortgagee. 5:30 60 Minutes 6:00 News 4 Tonight Sunday Night 6:30 Apple's Way 7:00 Apple's Way 7:30 Mannix 8:00 Mannix 8:30 Barnaby Jones 9:00 Barnaby Jones 9:30 Maude 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Yes! 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