The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 29, 1974 · Page 13
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MOBILE HOMES AUTO PARTS NEW MOBILE home park *t Rottiuy. Lots for ule or rent Write: Rottiuy, Box 157. Phone M7-2B7 of RED RIVER Mobile Hornet In BreckenrMs* Is your authorized Roltohome dealer. 1974 U' x IV Roll-0-Home, 3 bedroom, carpet In living room and rear bedroom, 2 door refrigerator, double Insulation, «,W5. 643-M7I. DON'T BU Y a new mobile home until you see how you can choose from over 100 — Also modular and dovble wides. See what you buy: 12 top manufacturers, free delivery and set-up 200 miles, 3 service centers, conventional, F.H.A., V.A. or your own bank financing. Guaranteed to save you a bundle. Top dollar allowed on trade-Ins. For information write or call Ken Gunderson, Falls Homes area salesman, 211 Hazel Street, Fergus Falls, Minn. Phone 7M-70I7. NO HALLWAYS: See the new Marshfield U x 70, 2 or 3 bedroom Cavaliers now. No hallways, no wasted space, family room, plus bam and a half. Jim Larson Future Homes, Highway 210 West, Fergus Falls, Minn. "WANTED, FIFTY used mobile homes. Will pay top prices, send description, and pictures if possible to W.H. Jaeger, Box 220, New York Mills, Minn. 56567." FREE HOT.LINE Service. We have a direct wire with over 300 auto- truck and tractor sal vage yards In 7 states. And offer low mileage drop- in motors up to W3 All makes and sizes. Car and truck transmissions. Car and truck rear ends. Body parts. Dakota's leading scrap iron yard. Phillips Fur and Wool Co., Wahpeton. N.D. WORLD PARTS — Parts for all imports. General Trading Company. 117 West Washington, Fergus Falls. WANTED: 65 or newer Chevrolet automatic transmission. Call 6 county court NOW delegates ok resolutions Fefjis Fills (Mi.) burial Wed., May 29,1974 13 SHOPPERS GUIDE TYPEWRITERS. Lundeen's. A-LWAYS B-Sure C-Suhr. LOST & FOUND FARM LANDS FOR SALE by owner: 80 acres all level plow land — no buildinos — V, mile from Wadena, $300.00 per acre. Phone 218 347-2404 or 218-3672348. 359 ACRE beef or dairy farm in Crystal Lake area, Otter Tail County. Modern buildings and 250 icres tillable. Call Bob Waite, Realtor, Still Co., Fargo, ND 2939*00 or 233-6727. LOST: GIRL'S green tennis racquet at NP Courts on Friday, May U. Please return, Barb Hefte, 606 Union. PICKED UP female black Lab. Will be disposed of if not claimed within 5 days. Phone 739-2251 between 8 and 5, Monday througn Friday. PICKED UP small black and brown long haired male. Will be disposed of if not claimed within 5 days. Phone 739-2251 between 8 and 5, Monday through Friday. PICKED UP brown and white female Terrier cross. Will be disposed of if not claimed within 5 days. Phone 739-2251 between 8 and 5, Monday through Friday. WORK WANTED FOR SALE: 80 acre farm. 22 acres tillable, balance pasture, and woods. (Low land). Very good modern 3 bedroom bungalow home. Good out build]ngs, with poor barn. Call after 6 p.m. 826-6993, Underwood, Minn. HOBBY FARM with terrific buildings that can be used for a number of things Also very good three-bedroom home. Joe Jorgenson Realty, 736-6903. Evenings 7362813, 739-2384 or 736 3722. INTERIOR AND exterior painting, shingling and roof repairing. Douglas L. Selvaag, Vining, Minn. 479-4336. Ray Koep, Route 1, Evansville,Minn. Urbank, 267 2803. Fergus Falls Police have charged eight persons with speeding. All forfeited bond. Rosemary Ann Kolle, Fergus Falls Route 2, $19; Mark Allen boomer, 721 W. Linden, $15; Paul Henry Martin, Grove City, $19; David Wayne McCarthy, 419 W. Lakeside, $15; William Peter Millard, 304 N. Vine, $33; Donald Franklin Nichols, Underwood, $17; Walter Adolph Rose, Underwood, $29; James Harold Underdahl, Fergus Falls Route 5, $27. Ina Judith Nelson, 613 W. Lincoln, forfeited $15 for failure to obey a stop sign. John Edward Strochein, Fergus Falls Route 1, was fined $50 for driving over the center line. Pelican Rapids Police have charged Randy Donald Arntson, Pelican Rapids, with exhibition driving. He forfeited $35. Howard Dean Mortenson, Pelican Rapids, was fined $300 and sentenced to 90 days in jail, 80 days of which was suspenced on conditions of the court, for driving while intoxicated. Mortenson was also fined $200 for driving after revocation of his drivers license, fined $100 for possession of Schedule I substance and or- attend a safety controlled dered to seminar. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department has charged Wayne Milford Holo, Battle Lake, with speeding. Holo forfeited $27. Timothy Lee Kamholz, Madison, was fined $300 and ordered to attend a safety seminar for driving while intoxicated. The state patrol has charged 12 drivers with speeding. All forfeited bond. Charles Curtis Anderson, Deer Creek, $15; Neil Wilbur Burkhart, Fargo, $27; Paul Watson Eddy, Jamestown, N.D., $35; Charles Elroy Grunewald, Fergus Falls Route 1, $33; George A. Hollands, Dwight, N.D., $21; Mark J. Morris, Leonard, N.D., $25; Ricky Lynn Nichols, Missoula, Mont., $25; Loren Gene Olson, Ogilvie, $25; Richard Laverne Olson, Minneapolis, $25; Jerome Orvik, McVille, N.D., $35; Sue Ellen Rupp, Elbow I-ake, $50; Ardell Arthur Vilandre, Grand Forks, N.D., $35. Gary Ray Poppel, Rothsay, forfeited $15 for not having a rear bumper or safeguard on his truck. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-The new president of the National Organization for Women says men have nothing to fear and everything to gain from the women's rights movement. "Men don't have to be success objects anymore," Karen De Crow said Monday in her acceptance speech as the head of the feminist group which claims 40,000 members. Delegates to NOW's seventh conference ended a three-day meeting Monday by approving several resolutions, including one calling for the impeachment of President Nixon. Ms. De Crow, a Syracuse, N.Y., lawyer, author and CROSSWORD PUZZLE speaker who was elected on the third ballot late Sunday night, said "women are entering the mainstream. My philosophy is to do it more rapidly." "Gender should make absolutely no difference in life," she said. "The movement has gone beyond women's rights to human liberation." The impeachment resolution said there is "substantial public evidence to President Nixon's participation in high crimes and misdemeanors." It also said there is "substantial evidence that he has obstructed the administration of justice and has repeatedly refused to comply with the requests of the House Judiciary Committee." c Junior Editors'Quiz on- ERGOT ACROSS 1. finicky 6. Short poem 12.Fanon 13. Freshen 14.Freebooter 16. Brawl 17-Sheeplike 19. Spikenard 20. Byvray 22. Kelp 24. Work unit 25.Leopard 26. Noiie rating 28. Roger 29 Courted 30. Parson bird 31. Hesitate 32. Hawser 33. Among 35. Strut-eye 37. One of tile Bealles 39 Cowardly 42. Cra«ls 44. Furlough 45. legions 46. Short for a violin GIB ntaaE Una QHHEB anaa 0H anas asan rasas tan E BLlCfflS SOLUTION OF YESTiiRDAY'S PUZZLE DOWN l.Dude 2. Hur'sson 3. Malay garment 4. OrurJge LANDSCAPE& GARDENING TYSVER LANDSCAPE Nursery and Garden Center. Complete nursery and garden service. SPRUCE AND Pine trees, dig your own. 21B-736-5135 alter S:30. AUTHORIZED LAWNBOY sales and service. Johnson Repair Shop. 7363949. SOD DELIVERED or complete landscape. 218-267-2831. FOR SALE 21 inch power mower, lust like new. Call 7363491. CARPENTRY AND barn straightening. Free estimate. 1-7012359565. TYPING IN my home. Reasonable. Experienced business, university, medical secretary, 7392233, Ext. 335. BUSINESS OPPOR. RESORT TAVERN 8. store business. Retirement, reason for selling. Miller Realty 417 N. Friberg. 736 3531 or 736 6515. FOR SALE: Laundromats. Prices reasonable. Roy Hanson, 120 N. 5th, Breckenridge, Minnesota. FOR SALE King Koin Launderette, Perham, Minnesota. Blacktop lot 50' x 150', metal building 24' x 48' (just painted), 14 Philco Bendix washers, 6 Huebsch dryers, 1 Bock extractor, I soap vending machine. Less than one-third down, terms to right party. Owner retiring. Write Box 282, Phone 344 3021. Billy Graham gives opinion on transcripts TRAVEL DAIRY EQUIP. AIRLINE TICKETS and reser vations same price as the airport. Darby Travel Bureau, 736-5424. RUMMAGE SALES GROUP RUMMAGE sale, all size clothing, [amps, drapes, and misc. All day Friday to Saturday noon. Across from Methodist Church in Foxhome. >ARD SALE: Baby and children's clothing, misc. furniture. Friday, Mayni, 9-4,825 E. Cherry, weather permitting. RUMMAGE SAI.E Thursday May 30, 10:00 to 5:t» p.m. Many miscellaneous household items. Come and see. In garage, 205 N Union Avenue. REAL ESTATE- WANTED BUYING OR selling, see Enstad- Larson-Mann, Inc. Realtors. Phone 7367591. DELAVAL DAIRY and Clay equipment. Sales and service. Johnson Repair. ZERO MILKING Equipment. Complete milker service and supplies. Badger Sales 8. Service, Pelican RapTds, Minn. SURGE DAIRY equipment, sales and service. Contact us for all of your dairy needs. Henning Surge. ANTIQUES ANTIQUES AT Amor. 495-2521. COUNTRYSIDE ANTIQUES, buy and sell. 2 miles north on Hwy. 59 736-2400. [__ TREASURE COVE, Ashby, Minn. Buy and sell antiques, furniture, paperbacks, small estates. 7472898. M6RZ GIFT, Antique Shop, 1 mile north on Jewett Lake Road. 7364011. HANNEMAN MUSEUM near Elizabeth open Wednesday 7-9 p.m Sunday p.m. Admission charged. By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The Rev. Billy Graham says the transcripts of President Nixon's conversations about Watergate are "profoundly disturbing." "One cannot but deplore the moral tone implied in these papers," Graham said Tuesday, ending a three-week silence about the released texts he had imposed until he had time to examine them himself. A long-time personal friend and spiritual adviser to President 'Nixon, Graham- said that "what comes through in these tapes is not the man I have known many years. Other mutual friends have made the same observation." But the evangelist said Nixon remains "my friend, and I have no intention of forsaking him now. Nor will I judge him as a man in totality on the basis of these relatively few hours of conversation under such severe pressure. "But I would be neither his friend nor God's servant if I did not point out the righteousness of God's demands at such a time as this." Graham telephoned his statement from his Montreal, N.C., home. Graham said he last had spoken with Nixon about three weeks ago by telephone while conducting a crusade in Phoenix, Ariz. He said he since has spent several days reading the White House-released text, and had "thought about it and prayed about it" before issuing his statement. "I just wish the whole thing had never happened," he said. "We have lost our moral compass. We must get it back." Although "we know that other presidents have used equally objectionable language—it does not make it right. 'Thou shall not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain' is a commandment which has not been suspended, regardless of any need to release tensions." Graham did not mention the Rev. JohnMcLaughlin, a Jesuit priest on Nixon's White House staff who has defended the President's use of profanity as an outgrowth of a need to release tensions. But he used virtually the same words, and in doing so disputed Mclaughlin. 47 zy Ml 46 fat line 26 min. AP Ntfwstcatures 5-29 5. The Abominable Snowman 6. Alternative 7. Not (tie GOP 8. Douiletree 9. Shade 10. Always 11. Pfepareda golf ball 15.Jealous 18. Vigorously 20. The Lion 21. Clumsy boat 23. Cerise 25.Go!lerWeiskopf 26. Music or art 27. Turn right 29. Cuneale 30. Tulip tree 31. Eating place 32. Sublease 33. Mischievous 34. Spanish painter 36. Congers 38. Unclose 40.Eggs 41. Married 43. Shortstop QUESTION: What is ergot? * * * ANSWER: Ergot is a fungus, a parasitic plant that feeds on wheat, barley, rye and other grasses. It seems to favor rye crops. It forms hard black or dark purple structures, replacing the cerea! kernels. When they fall to the ground, they produce stalked clubs that eject air-borne spores. The wind scatters the spores and new plants are infected. Ergot growth can be checked by mowing down grasses in the vicinity of the cereal fields, cleaning the seed and rotating crops. Ergot also caused a disease known as ergotism. It assumed epidemic form in the Middle Ages and attacked humans and cattle. It was a severe disease, accompanied by a high fever and skin inflammation. It was also called St. Anthony's Fire. This disease has practically disappeared because of more sanitary methods of handling grain. Powerful drugs have been made from ergot and they have been found valuable in obstetrics and in the treatment of migraine headaches. 5-29 (Gwendolyn Capers of Charleston, S.C., 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.) HAGAR THE HORRIBLE A PEA CONDITION! - SMAPE AMP You CAN G&T IT CHEAP/ WHY IS IT €>0 CHEAP BLONDIE DAGWOOD, WHERE'S THE KINNEY CONTRACT AND THE DIT6Y PROSPECTUS *r WE MIGHT have sold your home today, had we known it was for sale. We need listings. Miller Realty, 417 N. Friberg. 734-3531 or 7366515. YOU MAY have what somebody else needs! We have families waiting for many types of homes. Yours may be fust what one of them wants. Call us today for fast, courteous action. Moen Realty, 6 ^94^ After hours, 6-4354 or 6-7141.. WANT TO buy: A 3 bedroom home, 1500 square foot. Preferably on lake. Write Box 264T, Fergus Falls. TV writer gives his view on shows during afternoon !==_j, . ;<1H ( I'VE OMLV GOT OWE HEAD AND TWO '/~t HANDS .y- MR. DITHERS, ( HAVE A LITTLE V- WHY COUL.DM T IT WAVE SEEN THE OTHER WAY AROUND? -v AUCTIONS ANTIQUE FLEA market every Saturday and Sunday. All dealers welcome, 13.00 day. Rainbow Bait and Antique, Battle Lake, Minn. Lori and Jan, 2188415569. ESTATE AUCTION: Sunday, June ?, 1:30 p.m. I 1 /* miles West of Hoffman on Hwy. 27. Antiques: China cupboard; dressers; chests of drawers; cabinet sewing machine; silverware; Depression glass; jewelry; kerosene lamps;duck decoys; traps; trunks; horse collar; harnesses; cuckoo clock; rocker; chairs; dishes; and more. Household: Coronado refrigerator; piano with bench; GE TV with stand; dining room table; chairs; buffet; kitchen table and chairs; 3- piece bedroom set; kitchen wares; linens; blanket; etc. Not responsible for accidents. Alfa Nordin Estate, Orvin Rosin, auctioneer. Farmers State Bank Hoffman, clerk. By JAY SHARBUTT AP Television Writer NEW YORK (AP) - I'm ashamed to admit it, but until a few days ago I'd never seen those daytime shows that got their own Emmy awards salute Tuesday. However, a bad cold helped me see the light. I repaired to bed shortly after noon with a high fever. I turned on the TV set and saw two daytime shows before failing asleep. One was "Let's Make a Deal," the other "The Guiding Light." Mrs. Tidwell,. the lady down the hall, had told me earlier "Let's Make a Deal" was a soap opera and "Guiding Light" a game show. I think that's what she said. As drama, "Let's Make a Deal" seemed one of those off- Broadway things where surrealism, blank verse and refrigerators Wend together in a neoclassical setting that at Auction Directory SATURDAY, JUNE 1 — EDWIN HAARSTICK, 2V4 miles North of 1 Fergus Falls, Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Farm) SATURDAY, JUNE 1 - CHARLES KREKELBERG, 3 miles east of Dent. 12:30 p.m. Walter Berend, auctioneer (Farm) SATURDAY, JUNE 8 - GEORGE & HELEN DE-LEEUW, 2 miles East, ">4 mile North of Millerville, 1 p.m., Ray Torgerson 4 Al Roers, Auctioneers (Antiques & Household) SATURDAY, JUNE 15 — LENVILLE SCHUMANN, 6 miles South and 4 miles West of Rothsay. 11:30 a.m., Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer. (Farm) SATURDAY, JUNE 22 - WALTER BAKER, 7 miles North of Breckenridge on No. 9, then 4 miles East. 11 a.m., Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Farm) SATURDAY, JULY 6 - HENRY H. LANGLIE ESTATE, city of Ashby, 1 p.m., Ray Torgerson — Al Roers, Auctioneers (household) ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ times seemed unreal. I guess you have to watch it without a fever, but no less than Sinbad Brittle, New York's most prestigious drama critic, has called it "profoundly moving ... a laugh riot and a romp." The chapter I saw was set in a studio, apparently to set up a play-within-a-play concept. People were dressed in strange garb. One man came disguised as a mail box, a clever commentary on our postal system if ever there was one. But he got no letters. The principal actor wore a plaid jacket. He said, "Hello, you all. Mr. Cameraman, would you do me a favor? Just sweep that camera down this front row of beautiful ladies who didn't get selected for the trading floor but are still smiling and take a look at them." He played guessing games with several "contestants," this apparently being a social commentary on competition. When they won, they hopped up and down, apparently commenting on the state of feel. As far as "Guiding light" goes, it wasn't half as thrilling as I thought game shows are supposed to be. Most of the contestants spent the time hollering at each other, sighing or crying. One lady even said, "Mike, 1 think you owe mother an apology-" Apparently, one contestant didn't even show up, because the other lady said, "It was just awful the way he came down and left without saying a word to us." There was no audience, no cheering and yelling like the game shows I used to know. For that matter, no prizes were BEETLE BAILEY given away. I think Mrs. Tidwell gave me bum advice on both shows. I bet she doesn't even watch them. Gasoline shortage foreseen WASHINGTON (AP) - It may take another month for U.S. oil imports to recover fully from the Arab embargo that ended last March. Once they do, the Federal Energy Office hopes they can keep on growing. Even so, the outlook this summer is for small gasoline shortages similar to those felt last summer, and for the same reason—a chronic shortage of refinery capacity to process crude oil no matter where it comes from. i,ast October, U.S. crude oil imports averaged 3.6 million barrels a day. After the Arab embargo was imposed, it took four months of gradual decline for crude oil imports to hit bottom, at about 2.1 million barrels a day in February. Then, crude oil imports turned around and started increasing at just about the same gradual pace. Over the past four weeks, they have averaged some 3.4 million barrels a day, about 200,000 short of last October's starting-point. By mid-June that last remaining gap should be closed, officials say. The big question is: What happens next? THE ©ENERAI, HUBS TO \ ROAST WC< IN POP IN AT TIME& TO SEE HOW THE MEN ARE FAJZIM6 HENRY TIGER

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