The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 5, 1974 · Page 1
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On the 3 /oca/ scene '"Tl L —THE WEATHER hue Weather 1973-74 MARKETS Tornado safety rules issued -\m- M» Mttt 89 58 82 63 75 79 59 49 Pep 0 .04 0 0 70 76 92 88 —mi— L Min Pep 49 0 43 0 58 0 58 .05 Summer school set Summer school will start Monday in Fergus Falls with classes at the Junior High School. Director Wayne Pastir said students should be at their neighborhood schools at 7:45 a.m. for bus rides. A shuttle bus will run at 10 a.m. for students taking only one class. Students are asked to bring postcards showing their schedules. They will meet the first day in the Junior High School auditorium and should use the main entrance. Bike Scotchlighting Army Reservists will serve as volunteers for a free Scotch- lighting of bicycles in Fergus Falls Saturday and Sunday. Youngsters may have tape applied to the bicycles at Cleveland or Adams School playgrounds Saturday from 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. or on Sunday after 10 a.m. Vandals at Pebble Lake Vandals caused an undetermined amount of damage at the Pebble Lake Beach area late Tuesday night, according to the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department. A sign was torn down and thrown into the parking lot, picnic tables were overturned and deposited in the parking lot and thrown into the lake, and a window of a tool shed was broken. Boat, motor stolen A 14-foot runabout boat, a 50 horsepower motor and a 20 horsepower outboard motor were stolen from Paulson's Island View Resort on Otter Tail Lake late Tuesday evening, according to the Otter Tail County Sheriffs Department. No value estimate of the missing items was given. Camper entered A chain saw, a 10 horsepower outboard motor and fishing tackle valued at $580 belonging to Ronald Michelson, 104 E. Beech, were stolen from Michelson's camper on Lake Buchanan Tuesday. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department reported that Michelson's camper had been forcibly entered and the it ems removed. Vehicles collide in city An automobile driven by Yvonne Maxine Rogness, Fergus Falls Route 3, collided with a vehicle driven by Caroline Rosella Hanneman, Fergus Falls Route 2, about 11 p.m. Tuesday in the 300 Mock of North Whitford. Hanneman and a passenger in the Hanneman vehicle, Elaine Cirks, Elizabeth, suffered minor injuries, according to the Fergus Falls Police Department. Damage to Rogness' vehicle was estimated at $375; damage to Hanneman's auto was estimated at $225. Bicycle rider injured A 15-year old Fergus Falls girl was treated for minor injuries and released from Lake Region Hospital after a bicycle she was riding collided with an automobile driven by Robert Miller, 615 W. Broadway, about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the corner of Broadway and Summit. Jacki Knapp, Fergus Falls Route 4, was treated for abrasions and minor cuts. Damage to Miller's vehicle was estimated at $75 according to city police. Jos. Felix Sub-station observer National Weather Service NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Cloudy with chance of scattered thunderstorms today and tonight. Chance of a few showers continuing east and south Thursday forenoon. Partial clearing beginning northwest late tonight, spreading eastward across the state Thursday. Colder northwest today, over state tonight and Thursday. High today upper 70s north, low 80s southeast. High Thursday upper 60s north, mid 70s southeast. North Dakota: Cloudy with chance of showers and thunderstorms today and tonight. Partly cloudy Thursday with slight chance of showers east. Cooler through Thursday. High today 60s west to 70s east. I-ow tonight 40s. High Thursday 60s. South Dakota: Partly cloudy with scattered showers or thunderstorms today and tonight. Cooler west and central today, continued warm east. High today upper 60s northwest, mid 80s southeast. Cooler over state tonight, low in mid 40s west to mid 50s southeast. Partly cloudy and cool Thursday, high in mid 60s northwest to low 70s southeast. Extended forecast Minnesota: Variable cloudiness with chance of occasional showers and thunderstorms Friday through Sunday. Lows 50s and low 60s. Highs 70s. North Dakota: Mostly cloudy with chance of showers or thundershowers Friday and Saturday. Mostly fair Sunday. Highs mid to upper 60s. Lows upper 40s to low 50s. South Dakota: Partly cloudy with chance of scattered showers Friday through Sunday. Highs upper 60s to low 70s. Lows 50s. WEATHER RANGE High Low Pr. storms hit Deep South By The Associated Press Thundershowers spread into the middle Mississippi Valley today after severe storms lashed the Deep South with high winds, tornadoes and hail during the night. Gusts up to 60 miles per hour and hail the size of golf balls hit Shreveport, La., where nearly 2 inches of rain fell late Tuesday. Wind damage was reported just to the north at Vivian. In Texas, tornadoes twisted through the Panhandle and an area near Abilene. Large hail GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT Phone 736-3292 MOVING LOCATION FROM: TOWN HOUSE CAFE 270 West Cavour TO: mSOUTHMILLSTREET (Former Benson Optical Location) ACROSS FROM: POST OFFICE BUILDING MOVE EFFECTIVE: WEDNESDAY,JUNES HOURS: 5: IS A.M. to 4:30 P.M. MONDAY thru SATURDAY 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. SUNDAYSand HOLIDAYS AGENT MEETS 10:35 P.M. BUS NIGHTLY FROM MINNEAPOLIS. SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) (USDA) - Cattle and calves 3,900; slaughter steers and heifers slow; slaughter steers not fully established; few early sales 50 lower; heifers weak; cows steady; bulls weak to 50 lower; a load mostly average choice 979 Ib slaughter steers 39.50; choice 1000-1200 Ibs 37.50-39.00; a short load mostly average choice 947 Ib slaughter heifers 39.25; choice 900-1100 Ibs 37.50-39.00; mixed high good and choice 37.0038.00; utility and commercial slaughter cows 27.00-28.00; cutter 25.50-27.00; canner 24.0025.50; yield grade 11700-2000 Ib slaughter bulls 34.00-36.00; yield grade 1-2 1450-1850 Ibs 32.50-34.50; in Tuesday's vealer trade, prime up to 60.00; choice 49.0IW6.00; good 40.00-50.00. Hogs 8,500; barrows and gilts mostly 50 lower; trading slow; 1-2190 240 Ibs 25.50; a few shipments 25.75-26.00; 1-3190-240 Ibs 25.00 25.50; 2-4 240-260 Ibs 24.5025.00; 2-4 260-300 Ibs 21.00-24.50; sows weak, or around 50 lower for the two days; 1-3 300-400 Ibs 19.0019.50; a few up to 20.00; 1-3 400400 Ibs 18.00-19.00; boars 50 lower, 21.00-22.00; mostly 21.50. Sheep 500; trading on all classes moderately active, steady; choice and prime 90-110 Ib spring slaughter lambs 48.0049.00; good and choice 46.0048.00; choice and prime 90-110 Ib wooled and shorn slaughter lambs 45.0047.00; good and choice 43.0045.00; utility and good slaughter ewes 8.00-11.00; choice and fancy 70-90 Ib eeder lambs 36.50-38.00; good and choice 50-70 Ibs 35.00-37.00; choice and fancy 70-90 Ib old crop feeder lambs 36.00-37.50; good and choice 50 70 Ibs 32.0036.00. Leon Sprangers dies in St. Cloud fergis Falls (Mi.) Jurnal Wed., June 5, 1974 Fergus Falls Alex'dia, fair Bemidji, cldy Duluth, fair Hibbing Int. Falls, cldy Redw. Falls, fair Rochester, fair St. Cloud, fair 67 65 64 62 64 61 66 60 64 .06 .31 also pelted Kamack, Tex. Other lines of thundershowers ranged from North Dakota to Kansas and along the eastern Gulf Coast. Tallahassee, Fla., was soaked by more than an inch of rain. Most of the remainder of the nation was under clear or partly cloudy skies, although a cold front in the Pacific Northwest produced rain from the coast to the northern Rockies. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 87 at Blythe, Calif., to 45 at Kalispell, Mont Mountain Iron woman dies MOUNTAIN IRON, Minn. (AP) — A young Mountain Iron woman was killed and two other teen agers were injured today in an automobile accident on Minn. 169, about 10 miles north of Virginia. The death of Kathy Fiola, 17, raised Minnesota's 1974 road toll to 242, compared with 355 a year ago. Miss Fiola was injured shortly after 1 a.m. when the car in which she was a passenger left the highway and rolled over. Hospitalized at Virginia were the driver, Patricia Nichols, 17, Mountain Iron, and Eva Johnson, 16, Parkville, Minn. Miss Nichols suffered fractures and a chest injury. Miss Johnson sustained bumps and bruises. LOCAL GRAIN MARKET (Wednesday, June 5) No. 1 Wheat 3.87 No. 2 Oats . 1.22 New Barley 2.55 Corn 2.51 Flax 7.80 Soybeans 4.98 LOCAL HOG MARKET Market: 1.00 lower butchers & sows; Base number 3 butchers 210-240: 24.00; Closely sorted meat type butchers 210240: 24.50-25; Sows 270-300: 18.50-19; Boars: 1.00 lower -15. NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGG MARKET NEW YORK (AP) —(USDA) — Wholesale-egg offerings ample on large/ adequate to ample on mediums. 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) 25-26. June is traditionally one of the worst months in Minnesota for tornadoes and safety rules are stressed annually by Civil Defense units in Otter Tail County. Posters distributed throughout the area include this advice: A tornado watch means tornadoes are expected to develop. A tornado warning means a tornado has actually been sighted. In case of a warning Civil Defense sirens sound a steady tone for five minutes. Radio stations carry official tornado warnings and they should be taken seriously. In case of a warning seek shelter, preferably in a tornado cellar, underground excavation or a steel-framed or reinforced concrete building of substantial construction. Stay away from Osseo man is indicted MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — An Osseo man has been indicted by the Hennepin County Grand Jury on a charge of first- degree murder in the hit-and- run traffic death of a St. Ixmis Park woman. Gregory I,. Stolp, 20, was indicted Tuesday in the death of Ellen Maurine Levsen, 59. Police said Mrs. Levsen was struck by a pickup truck May 28 as she walked in the parking lot behind the St. Louis Park Theater. Stolp was arrested several miles away by Maple Grove police. Regine Hong, 73, dies at Lake Region NEW YORK (AP)-(USDA) — Butter steady. Prices unchanged. Cheese steady. Prices unchanged. Regine Houg, 73, 1111 N. Cleveland, died Monday at Lake Region Hospital. Services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Fergus Falls, with the Rev. Otto Dale officiating. Burial will be in the Hedemarken Cemetery near Carlisle. She was born March 19,1901, in Oscar Township, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Houg. They lived near Carlisle until 1926 when she and her mother moved to Fergus Falls. Formerly a member of the Hedemarken Lutheran Church, she was a member of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church since moving to Fergus Falls. She was involved in many church activities, including the ALCW. She worked for several years at the Fergus Falls Hospital. Surviving are two brothers, Otto, Fergus Falls; and Arnold, Citrus Heights, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. Frances Mobraten, Fergus Falls. The family prefers memorials. Friends may call at the Olson Funeral Home, Fergus Falls. windows. Stay indoors. Wind driven objects are the greatest danger outdoors. Go to a storm cellar or basement if you can. The southwest corner below ground level usually is the safest. Take your battery radio for official information. Open windows in the house away from the tornado — usually the north and east. This will equalize the air pressure inside the house. In schools, whenever possible, go to an interior hallway on the lowest floor. Avoid auditoriums and gymnasiums or other structures with wide free-span roofs. If you are in a car drive away from the path of the tornado at a right angle. If there is no time to escape, lie flat in the nearest depression such as a ditch or ravine. Stay away from overhead wires. House trailers are particularly vulnerable to overturning during strong winds. Trailer parks should have a community shelter. Appoint a community leader responsible for constant radio monitoring during threatening weather or during watch periods. Harvey Kolberg, Brandon, dies Harvey Kolberg died Tuesday at his home in Brandon. Services will be held at St. Luke's Church, Garfield, Thursday at II a.m. Arrangements by the Anderson Funeral Home, Alexandria. Mrs. John Lambertz, Alexandria, dies Mrs. John (Clara) Lambertz, 81, died Tuesday in Alexandria. Services will be held at St. Mary's Church, Alexandria, Saturday at 10 a.m. Mrs. Lambertz was born in Millerville Township, Douglas County, Aug. 12,1892, and lived in the community all her life. She was married to John Lambertz of Millerville May 9, 1916, and they farmed in Douglas County until their retirement. Surviving are a son, Roman, Minneapolis, and eight daughters, Mrs. Alois Korkowski, Brandon; Mrs. Clayton Hantl, Minneapolis; Mrs. Fred Pauly, Belle Plaine; Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mrs. James Floding, Alexandria; Mrs. Clarence Lehn Brandon; Mrs. Mike Povick, Hibbing, and Mrs. Bill Kokotovick, St. Paul. She also leaves a brother, Frank Schmidt, Minneapolis; a sister, Mrs. Helen Jesnoski, Evansville; 44 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Arrangements by the Anderson Funeral Home, Alexandria. I>eon J. Sprangers, 60, St. Cloud, brother of Al Spranger, Fergus Falls, died Tuesday. Funeral services will be Friday in St. Cloud. He is survived by his wife, Edna; a son, Michael; a daughter, Betsy; four other brothers and four sisters. Mrs. Thompson rites Friday Mrs. Milton (Margaret) Thompson, 56, a resident of Gorman Township near Frazec, died Tuesday at Perham Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Evergreen Township, Becker County, the Rev. Gordon Bock officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. She was born in Audubon on March 13,1918, the daughter of Farnsworth and Sophie Clark. She was married to Milton Thompson on March 14, 1937 in Evergreen Township. Mrs. Thompson is survived by her husband; her father, a resident of Peoria, 111.; two daughters, Mrs. Wendell (Karen) Dreyer, New York Mills; Mrs. John (Lynda) Kindt, Winfield, Kansas; Three sons, Merle, Perham; Ivan, Frazee; Dennis, Ixmgmont, Colo.; one brother, Donald, Ix>s Angeles; seven grandchildren. Friends may call at the Schoeneberger Funeral Home, Perham, Thursday from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Hilda Peterson services Friday Funeral services for Mrs. Hilda Peterson, 83, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the Nilsen Funeral Chapel in Fergus Falls with Rev. Roger Schantz officiating. Burial will be in Bethlehem Cemetery. She died Tuesday in the Broen Memorial Home where she had been residing the past year. Born Sept. 4, 1890 in Fergus Falls, the daughter of Lewis P. and Cecelia Saure, she married G. Elmer Peterson on Nov. 27, 1913. They farmed near Fergus Falls until 1919 when they moved to the Dalton area. In 1935 they returned to farm near Fergus Falls. They moved to rural Underwood in 1948 where Mr. Peterson died in 1953. Mrs. Peterson then moved to Battle Lake where she resided until moving to the Broen Memorial Home. Surviving are one son, Glenn, rural Underwood; one daughter, Mrs. Ambrose (Cecelia) Collins, Mantorville; one brother, Samuel Saure, Fergus Falls; eight grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Friends may call at the Fergus Falls Nilsen Funeral Chapel all day Thursday until 9 p.m. and until funeral tune on Friday. TENNIS, EVERYONE? NEW YORK (AP) - There are more than 300 adult and junior camps in the United States that teach nothing but tennis, according to Nick Bolleltieri, director of the All American Sports tennis camps. (First Publication Junes, 1774) Pwm:i No MN 003156*. Application NO.: MN 0011W. NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES J PERMIT PROGRAM (Section 402, Federal Water Pollution Control Act, AS AMENDED) JOINT PUBLIC NOTICE Proposed NPDES Permit to Discharg* inro Navigable Waters. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region V, Permit Branch, 1 Nrxth Wacker Drive, Oftago, Illinois 60606, 3)2 353 1344. Joint Pi&lic Notice No: 14A4J19. Name end Address of Applicant: Marius J Mar lineau. Rural Route 3, Box 34, Elbow Lake, Minnesota 56531. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, 193$ West Covnty Road 62, Roseviite, Minnesota 5S1U. 6126365740. Joint Public Notice issued on: June S, 19M. Name and Address of Facility where Discharge Occurs* Marius J. Marlineau, Rural Route 3. BOX 36, Elbow Lake, Mftnesota 56531. Receiving water: Muslika River. NOTICE: The above named applicant has applied for an NPDES Permit to discharge into the designated receiving water arvg" requested Siale Certification of said disc targe. The permit will be issued by either I he U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or other NPDES issu'ng aulhority, for a term of ap proKimately 5 years, Mr. Marius J. MarNneau operates an egg production faciiiiy wiih 40,000 chickens. The waste irom the chickens 'A stored in a 700,000 gallon la soon which was designed by ihe soil conservation service. Mr. Martineau is presently In compliance with all applicable federal regutaiions. The proposed permit would authorize Mr. Martineau to discharge process wastewaier, when a ra'rUall in excess of 4.6 inches in 24 hours occurs or an equivalent!/ severe series of rainfalls occurs. On the basis ol preliminary italf review and application of applicable standards and regulators, the Regional Administrator of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency or other NPDES issuing authority proposes to issue a permit for the discharge subject to certain eflluent limitations and special conditions. The State, after review of all the comments and objections, also' proposes to Issue a certifkatlon pursuant 10 Section 401 of the Federal Water Pollution control Act, as amended. State certitkation will not be r^cessary if ihe NPDES Permit Issuing authority is granted to the Slate prior to issuance. The proposed determination to issue an NPDES Permit is lentaliue. Interested persons are invited to sutimit written comments upon the proposed discharge. Comments stioufd be submitted in person or by mall no later tnan 30 days after the [oint public notice of this application is issued. Deliver or ma;l all comments to: Mrs. Carolyn Cates, Region V, Permit Branch, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, l North wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60606. The application and joint public notice numbers should appear next (o tne above address on the envelope and on each page of any submitted comments. All comments receded no later than 30 days after the joint public^notice is issued will be considered in the formula lion of final determinations, ine U. S. Environmental Protection Agency or other NPDES authority will issue final determinations fn a timely manner after the expiration of the public com men I period. Copies of all comments and objections received will be transmitted lo 'he State. The application, proposed permit including proposed effluent limitations, special conditions, comments received and other documents are available for inspection and may be copied at a cost of 20 cents per page at the U. S. En viron mental Protection Agency at anytime between 9:30a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Copies of the Jo.nl Public Notice are available at no charge alt he address shown above for the designated State agency and the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. Please bnng the foregoing lo Ihe attention of persons whom you know would be interested in this matter. {First PublicationMav W, 1974) NOTICE TO: Ceiling Tilt Contractors Sealed quotations will be received by the Business Administrator of J independent School District No. 544, Otter Tail County, Fergus Falls, Minnesota in the Administrative Office at 600 Friberg Avenue and: up to 8:30 a.m. June 10, 1974 for removal of old ceiling lile and installation ot new ceiling tile in the Senior High Cafeteria. List of items and specifications to be, bid are available in Ihe Administrative Office- 600 Friberg Avenue. Fergus Falls, Minnesota 56537. The school reserves the right to reject any and aM proposals. Harold H. Drews Business Administrator Independent School District No. 54J 600 Friberg Avenue Fergus Falls, Minnesota 54537 The 140 miles of parkways and boulevards of Kansas City are landscaped with 250 large flower beds containing more than 250,000 plants. 'We built the worlds largest car insurance company on low rates and good service..: Drop by or give rr e a call You'll fine a '.vorld of deference wi!n Sta'.e Fan HAROLD ROVANG MINI MALL CITYSHOPPINGCENTER 122 West Cavour Fergus Falls OFFICE: 736-5633 HOME: 736-4478 Lite a good State Fwrn is there. STMl f*BU UUTU*_ AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET (June 4) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Wheat receipts 94; year ago 223; Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged to up 3; prices 9 to 12 cents higher. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 3.934.71. Test weight premiums: one centeachpound58to611bs;one cent discount each \z Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices; 11 per cent 3.93-3.96; 12, 3.95-3.98; 13, 4.184.20; 14, 4.354.38; 15, 4.494.57; 16, 4.614.69; 17, 4.634.71. No..l hard Montana winter 3.974.27. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 3.804.19. No. 1 hard amber durum, 6.20-7.50; discounts, amber 50 to 1.25; durum 75 to 1.75. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.60 1 v 2.61 1 !. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.37. 8 NEWYORK POULTRY MARKET (June4) NEW YORK (.AP) — (USDA) — Dressed poultry'. North Atlantic carlot and trucklot turkey markets, U.S. grade A, ready-to-cook, frozen, f.o.b. or equivalent: Demand fair for hens. Light otherwise. Offerings fully adequate on weights up to 24 Ibs, adequate on 24 Ibs and up. Few consumer size toms were offered on a quick sale basis. Parts were in light to only fair demand as retail promotional activity centers on whole birds. Sales of U.S. grade A, frozen: fryer-roasters 4-9 Ibs 40 cents; young hens8-16 IDS 38-39; young toms 14-22 Ibs 38,24-26 Ibs 43, 30 Ibs and up 48. TELEVISION SCHEDULES KXJB Ch. 4 Wednesday Night 6:30 Bob Newhart 7:00 Bobbie Gentry's 7:30 Happiness Hour 8:00 Cannon 8:30 Cannon 9:00 Kojak 9:30 Kojak 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Movie: 11:00 "Bombers 11:30 B-52" 12:00 Final Edition WDAY Ch. 6 Wednesday Night 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Billy Graham 7:30 Arizona Crusade 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "World of 9:00 Henry Orient" 9:30 Movie 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 Billy Graham 7:30 Arizona Crusade 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "World of 9:00 Henry Orient" 9:3C Movie 10:00 10 PM Report 10:30 Tonight Show 11:00 Tonight Show 11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Tomorrow KTHI Ch. 11 KFME Ch. 13 Wednesday Night Wednesday Night 6:30 Hollywood Swuare. 6:30 Consultation 7:00 Cowboys 7:30 Movie: 8:00 "Blood Sport" 8:30 Movie 9:00 Doc Elliott 9:30 Doc Elliott 10:00 Mod Squad 10:30 Mod Squad 11:00 Scene at Eleven 11:30 "Salute to 12:00 Darryl Zanuck" Thursday 7:00 CBS Morn. 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