The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 29, 1974 · Page 2
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Saturday, June 29, 1974
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—THE WEATHER tae Weather 1973-74 M« 89 82 75 79 75 84 75 83 95 79 78 82 86 89 93 83 84 71 69 63 74 83 87 86 89 81 71 74 Mln 58 63 59 49 43 45 49 53 54 62 55 50 50 62 69 59 50 59 47 52 52 48 52 59 62 61 55 48 Pep 0 .04 0 0 T 0 0 .12 0 .05 0 0 0 0 .01 .07 T .17 .16 .04 T T 0 0 1.16 .09 0 0 Junt 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 Max 70 76 92 88 83 74 78 79 76 70 72 73 81 78 65 65 75 79 86 82 84 79 79 84 84 86 86 92 Han 49 43 58 58 67 55 48 51 55 51 45 43 49 57 47 41 45 49 50 62 61 55 52 53 55 59 62 64 Pep 0 0 0 .05 T .02 0 0 .10 .07 0 0 0 .28 0 0 0 0 0 .37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 On the ft local scene '•^\ T r^LJl Jos. Felix Sub-station observer National Weather Service NORTHWEST First Lutheran time change First Lutheran Church, Fergus Falls, will hold morning worship services at 8:30 and 11 a.m. this Sunday only due to the installation of the Rev. Jack Hustad. Nursery service will be provided. Journal ads win award A series of ads running in the Fergus Falls Daily Journal last winter has received a first-place award from the Northwest Daily Press Association at the annual awards banquet held at Madden's in Brainerd. The ads, describing "Fergus Falls, the Full-Service City," were sponsored by a number of city businessmen and were prepared by the Journal advertising staff. All the ads ran in full or spot color. The ads won in the Special Events Series category. This is the second straight year the Fergus Falls ad series has captured a first place award, according to Glenn Olson, Daily Journal advertising manager. Cars collide in city Cars driven by KennethRobert Larson, Battle Lake Route 2, and Sharon Rachel Fuhrman, Fergus Falls Route 1, collided in the 100- block of South Court yesterday at 2:18 p.m., The Fergus Falls Police Department reported today. Damage to the Fuhrman car was estimated at $300, with $100 damage reported on the Larson vehicle. Nephew's advances get an 4 aunt-i' response By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I have a nephew [my sister's son! who is 48, and has been divorced three times. He's always been quite a ladies' man. Very handsome, but something of a fortune-hunter, I've heard. I've seen him perhaps half a dozen times in his adult life. [He lives in New York and I live in Canada.] I lost my husband last year, and suddenly this nephew started writing me the loveliest letters. 1 answered each one, thinking how sweet of him to be so attentive to his old aunt. Then came a letter saying: "May I come and visit you? I have something important to talk to you about." I thought maybe he'd found a ladyf riend and wanted to bring her out to meet me, so I wrote back: "Don't keep me in suspense, but please give me a hint." In his next letter, came the shock of my life. He wrote, "Now I can finally confess how I feel about you. I've always thought of you as a woman—not as an aunt, but I never dared to let you know." He closed with: "I want you. I need you. I love you." Abby, I am 71 years old, and couldn't possibly think of this nephew as anything but my sister's little boy. How can I put an end to this without insulting him outright? AUNTIE DEAR AUNTIE: Tell him that you're nattered by his "confession," but you don't fe«l the same way about him. And if he still wants to visit you, put him up at a hotel. You don't need a handsome, fortune-hooting ladies' man as a house guest. He probably walks in his sleep. DEAR ABBY: For years I have wanted to trace my family as far back as possible, but I don't know where to begin. My forebears came from Ireland. Do you know of any agency in the United States or in Ireland with whom I could communicate to inquire? . HOPEFUL IN BOSTON DEAR HOPEFUL: Call yours "the luck of the Irish"—I think I can help you. My column appears in the Sunday News, Northern Ireland's largest circulating Sunday newspaper, and one of my colleagues there specializes in tracing Irish family histories. The information you seek is available for a small fee. Write to: Family Tracing Services, 33 North Circular Rd., Belfast 15, Ireland. DEAR ABBY: I am a 33-year-old happily married woman. I used to have a beautiful figure. [In high school I was 38-25-36.] After nursing three babies, I lost my bust. Now I have to wear a padded bra to look presentable. Nobody except my husband and a few very close friends know, what I'm really like. I wanted so much to be firm and filled out again that I made an appointment with a plastic surgeon. He explained all about silicone implants, and I can hardly wait to have it done, but something is holding me back. Would such an operation be considered deceitful, and therefore sinful in the eyes of the Lord? HOLDING OFF DFAR HOLDING: Your clergyman can tell you what the ruling in your church is concerning reconstructive plastic surgery, so ask him to "fill you in" before you ask the doctor to "fill you out!" CONFIDENTIAL TO "GRAMMARIAN" at N.Y.U.: All right, have it your way. That picture ain't me, and it ain't I. It's a Picasso. Satisfied? For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send SI to Abigail Van Buren, IK Lasky Dr., Beverly Htlta, Cal. 94212. Minnesota: A chance of thunderstorms south and east this afternoon, ending extreme southeast tonight. Becoming partly cloudy north and fair south tonight. Cooler northwest today, over state tonight and Sunday. High today 80 north, mid 80s south. Low tonight upper 40s extreme north, mid 50s south. High Sunday low 70s north, low 80s south. North Dakota: Partly cloudy through Sunday. Not quite so warm northwest and extreme north. High today and Sunday mid 80s northwest and extreme north, mid 90s south. Low tonight mid 40s. WEATHER RANGE High Low Pr. Nurses ok end to strike Fergus Falls Alex'dia, fair Bemidji, fair Duluth, rain Hibbing, cldy Int. Falls, cldy Redw. Falls, cldy Rochester, eldy St. Cloud, rain 92 67 .06 91 65 .05 89 56 .16 81 65 .. 85 63 .06 88 57 T 95 73 .. 85 63 .. 87 68 T SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Registered nurses have voted to end a 21-day strike and return to work today at 42 Northern California hospitals and clinics. The Thursday night vote accepting a new contract ends a walkout at 28 hospitals and 14 clinics in the San Francisco, San Jose and Sacramento areas that had forced administrators to send many ambulatory patients home and cancel most elective surgery. Details of the new pact, approved by a vote of 1,670 to 494, were not disclosed immediately by leaders of the 4,400-member California Nursts Association. The settlement was reached early Wednesday morning after a 43-hour negotiating session conducted by W.J. Usery, director of the Federal Mediation Service. Usery flew here a week ago saying he was concerned about the potential health crisis posed by lengthy nurses' strike. The strike began June 7. the Extended forecast Minnesota: Cool Monday with a chance of showers in the northeast. Fair to partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s Monday rising to the 80s by Wednesday. Lows in the 40s Monday and Tuesday and mostly the 60s Wednesday. South Dakota: Fair to partly cloudy through the period. Warming trend Tuesday and Wednesday. High 70s and 80s Monday warming to the 90s by Wednesday. Lows upper 40s and low 50s Monday warming to upper 50s and 60s by Wednesday. North Dakota: Cooling trend at beginning of period with highs in the 70s. Warmer at end of period with highs in upper 80s. Showers or thundershowers during the period. Lows from near 50 at beginning to low 60s at end. NEWYORK POULTRY MARKET (June 28) 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 good for 16-22 Ibs, fair for 8-14 Ibs, and light on 22 Ibs and up. In instances hens sold at 36 cents and 14-22 Ibs 32 cents based on seller opinion established earlier in the week, 8-14 also sold at 38'.2 cents for late July delivery and 38 cents for September delivery. Sales of U.S. grade A, frozen: young hens 8-16 Ibs 37-38 cents; young toms 24-26 Ibs. 38. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET (June 28) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP)— Wheat receipts Friday 460; year ago 240; Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged to up 25; prices 11-14 lower. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 4.34-5.34. Test weight premiums: one cent each pound 58 to 61 Ibs ; one cent discount each >,i Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices: 11 per cent 4.344.44; 12, 4,364.46; 13, 4.664.73; 14, 4.85-4.90; 15, 5.12-5.20; 16, 5.24-5.32; 17, 5.28-5.34. No. 1 hard Montana winter 4.464.76. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 4.314.70. No. 1 hard amber durum, 6.75-7.50; discounts, amber 5075; durum 75-1.00. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.85V«- Ftrjis fills (Hi.) Inrnl SH., JllM 29,1974 3 Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.42, Barley, cars 173, year ago 125; Larker 2.31-3.25; Blue Mal- ting2,31-3.15; Dickson 2,31-3.25; Feed 1.95-2.30. Rye No. 1 and 2 2.79-2.83. Flax No. 1 8.75. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 5.48 3 ^. Communitg Theatre ATTENTION ELKS Wednesday, luly 3 MEN'S NIGHT At City Club Rooms Servings to8 CHICKEN SUPPER $|00 . (i A/ / ty county HL court Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? Since You Asked Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? .v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v. A column answering questions .:•:•;•:•:•:•:••.•:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:• XwxW&x*:*:*/: submitted by Journal readers '•*•*'•*:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:••.•:•:•. QUESTION: Is there a real estate lawyer in Fergus Falls?.If not, where is the nearest one located? ANSWER: Most attorneys in Fergus Falls and the surrounding area are qualified to advise clients on real estate matters. Although there are no formally recognized areas of specialization in the practice of law to this date, many lawyers, in the course of their practice and training, have developed certain expertise in real estate law as well as in other legal fields. If your attorney cannot advise you in a cert.iin matter, he will assist you in obtaining a lawyer who can. Peter A. Hoff, President "-• Otter Tail County Bar Association _ • -.-...-. i Address j-eur questions !o: "Since You Asked...," :•:•:•:•:•.•:•: I •Wx'S Box506, Fergus Falls, Minn. 56537) :•:•:•:•:•:•:-:•: I at Fergus Falls Community College OLIVER! 8p.m. July 5,6,7,8,9 2p.m. matinee Sunday Jul\j 7 adults $2.50 students $1.50 Tickets may be purchased direct at Roy Olson Musicor the Community College ticket office, or by mail by using the accompanying form. imm^mmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmm»mmm**mmmmm • ! Please forward adult ticketsat$2.50 I and student tickets at $1.50 (thru H.S. age) to: I NAME ' STREET ! CITY PHONE J WHICH PERFORMANCE? I Make checks payable to Fergus Falls Community I College. Mai I this blank, together with payment and i self-addressed, stamped envelope to "OLIVER!" FERGUS FALLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Orders received within two days of the performance will be held at the will-call window, and must be picked up fifteen minutes prior to each performance.Telephone reservations not accepted. In County Court Fergus Falls Police have charged two drivers with speeding. Both forfeited bond. Walter Earl Fisher, Fergus Falls Route 3, $21; Michael George Zender, 614 W. 7th St., $25. Randall Paul Blondeau, Fergus Falls Route 2, was fined $25 for improper passing. Scott Roy Hanstad, Fergus Falls Route 3, was fined $300 and sentenced to 90 days imprisonment for driving while intoxicated. Timothy Paul Solum, Fergus Falls Route 5, forfeited $35 for careless driving. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department has charged six drivers with speeding. Five drivers forfeited bond. Lynden Myron Markuson, Henning, $17; Josephine Geraldine Taylor, 1101N.Union, $35; Harvey Alan Heimark, Barnesville, $73; Stephen Joseph Shurilla, Escariaba, Mich., $39; Larry Lynn Philstrom, Wadena, $23. Howard Dale Lueck, Underwood, was fined $115. Maynard Roy Pierce, Pelican Rapids, was fined $25 for exhibition driving. Iver Hanson, Ashby, was fined $75 for disorderly conduct. Four persons were charged with open container violations. Three forfeited bond. Charles E. Rodgers Jr., Minto, N.D., $50; Douglas Carl Shorter, 226 E. Alcott, $50; Lynette Jane Tysver, 639 W. Beech, $50. Wilbert William Walz, Brush Prairie, Wash., was fined $50. The state patrol has charged eight drivers with speeding. Five forfeited bond. Gail Diane Brasuhn, Moorhead, $25; Gregory Johnson, New York Mills, $23; Dean Lowell Nething, Minneapolis, $38; Robert John Aronson, Moorhead, $25; Richard Earl Larson, Buffalo, $15. Three drivers were fined for speeding. William Elmer Braun, 407 N. Union, $65; James Rolland Hough, 601 E. Charming, $33; Gerald Stephen Rufer, Fergus Falls Route 5, $15. John I^eonard Loeffen Jr., Perham, forfeited $38 for speeding. Jon Arnold Anton, Thief River Falls, forfeited $20 for improper passing. John Richard Ebley, Hancock, forfeited $15 for disobeying a stop sign. Fish and Game officers have charged W. A. Barnick, Fargo, with taking one northern pike over the daily limit. Barnick forfeited $25. Edgar Cooley, St. Paul, forfeited $15 for failing to have a life preserver in his boat. George Erickson, Minneapolis, forfeited $20 for failing to have life saving equipment in his boat. William B. Burns, Wadena, forfeited $10 for failing to have life saving equipment in his boat. Donald John Eliason, St. Paul, forfeited $25 for possessing northern pike in excess of legal limit, and $25 for possessing sunfish in excess of the legal limit. Allen L. Miller, Wadena, forfeited $10 for failing to have a life saving device in his boat. John Earl Panning, New Brighton, forfeited $25 for possessing northern pike in excess of legal limit and $25 for possessing sunfish in excess of legal limit. THIS WEEKEND, USE TOUR TELEVISION AND TOUR TELEPHONE TO HAKE BISTORT! For 21 hours this Saturday and Sunday, !ive Iron; Los Angeles on KCMT * Pau! Nev/man * Belts Davis * Dick Caved * Helen Roddy * Henry Fonda * Alar. A!da •*• Anqela Lansbury * The Smoihers Brothers * Warren Beclty * Diahann Carroll * Ber. Gazzara * Robert Gou'.et * Lome Greene * Peggy Loo * JackLemmon * Groucho Marx * Don McLean * E. G. Marshall * Tony Randall * Jason Robards * Telly Savalas * The Staple Singers * dozens o! other stars and Democratic leaders bring you the Democratic National Telethon. Please watch. And pieass participate m this nationwide efiori to do something ior cur country. Your involvement is America's best hope. The Democratic National Telethon is something you can do. ANSWER.AMERICA! The undersigned will sell at Public Auction at Ivan Kelm residence two blocks north and two blocks west of the Bank in Battle Lake, on SATURDAY, JULY 6 Commendng at 12:30 0-Clock Sharp ANTIQUES Saturday 9p.m. to Sunday 7 p.m. Channel? To pledge yoursupporl call: 736-5673 K.lp bit «Hct1. C<»!ribu« wbal you eon br itr.disg i=ur tteck !». TV.. D^ocialic Nouonal T.Ulhoo'74. P.O. EC. 197«. Woihte«loB. D.C. JOOJ6 Platform rocker 2 Copper boilers Sausage stuffer Meat grinder Lamp Wood butter churn with stand 3 Lanterns Cooking stove Heater 3 hay knives Bells Water heater Wringer Dresser Flat irons SO plates from various states Marble top table from Italy MISCELLANEOUS tools Plumbing supplies Electric motors Lawn Boy mower Johnson 5 hp motor Wrenches Shovels Water pumps Chain saw Used IS in. tires Rakes Many more misc. items. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 23 in. Admiral color TV Coronado refrigerator 12 x 12 Carpet Bedroom set Davenport & chair Twin tubs Refrigerator Dressers Rocker TV stand Chairs Typewriter table Kilchen stools 2 End tables Knick knack shelves Play pen High chair Pots and pans Many misc. items Apt. size Coronado electric stove Bunk beds 7 pc. Dinette set Maytag wringer washer Electric slove Beds Davenport Coffee table Carpet Dinette table Oil burner Picture frames Utility table 1 6-yr-size cribs Stroller Dishes ELROY D1CKHOFF, R.A. HENKE ESTATE, ANDOTHERS Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer First National Bank, Battle Lake, Clerk HflUGEflS ICE CREAM PARLOUR AND RESTAURANT PHONE 736-5589 - \\ CITY CENTER STOPPING l'E\TER - NEXT TO NATIONAL FOOD STORE - FERI11S FALLS OPENING m WEDNESDAY, JULY 3rd - Open 1 Days a Week from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. -

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