The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on July 13, 1974 · Page 4
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Saturday, July 13, 1974
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HELPWANTED COCKTAIL WAITRESS wanted. Apply Becker's Supp«r Club, Fergus Falls. WAITRESS, KITCHEN help and part-time fry cook wanted. Mills Cafe, New York Mills. 3*5-2605. WANTED: MAN lor service and installation of dairy and farm equipment. Farm and dairy ex; perience helpful and must be able to take responsibility of men and equipment. Please send resume slating qualifications and background. Salary commensurate with experience and ability. Write Box 66,. Fergus Falls, Minn. WOMEN WANTED part-time to cook meals for elderly couple on Battle Lake. Call after I p.m. 8445780, collect. WANTEO-EXPERIENCED offset duplicator Operator. Globe-Gazette F'rinting Co., Wahpeton, N.D. WANTED: EXPERIENCED person to stiampoo carpet and upholster. 736-7262. PAINTER POSITION. Considerable experience desired. Starting salary S939.00 per month. Excellent employment benefits. Applicant to be selected from competitive examination. Applications will be accepted until July 18,1974. Contact Alvi Borgen, Fergus Falls State Hospital, Fergus Falls, Minn. 54537. Phone 218 739-2233. WANT TO hire: One half-time custodian for the Dalton School. Apply to James R. Neuman, Assistant Superintendent, Fergus Falls Public Schools, 400 Friberg Ave.. Fergus Falls, Minnesota 56537. NORBY'S BEAUTY Salon needs 3 beauticians to take over existing clientel, paid vacations, weekly guarantee. We are turning away business and need you. Please call 7367211. WANTED: SHINGLERS to Shingle by the square on 60 unit motel located North of Country Kitchen, Hwy. 210 West. Contact Gary Morse. Possible SLA trip revealed SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Unidentified police sources say fugitive heiress Patricia Hearst and two Symbionese Liberation Army companions are believed to have returned recently to the San Francisco Bay area from a trip to Guatemala, a San Fran- HEATING LP GAS and appliances. Local Gis Co. Ph. 736-5621. NEED FUEL? Dial a warm number. 6-5429. Becklund-Rlan Oil. cisco television station reports. The trio, wanted on a variety of charges including kidnaping and bank robbery, apparently made contact with underground political leaders in the Central American country, Marilyn Baker said in a report broadcast Thursday by KQED- TV. According to the story, Miss Hearst and William and Emily Harris have since returned to the East San Francisco Bay area with money and a list of underground contacts here. Charles Bates, special FBI agent in charge of the case, said the report was "news to me. I know nothing that would lead me to the conclusion that any of them were ever in Guatemala.'' Bariesville crash takes secori life The death of a young Illinois woman of injuries received in a traffic accident two weeks ago has raised Minnesota's 1974 highway toll to 339, compared with 481 a year earlier. The State Patrol said Julie Williams, 18, McHenry, 111., died Friday in a Fargo, N.D., hospital of injuries received in a June 29 two-car crash on Minn. 34 near Barnesville, Minn. She was a passenger in a car driven by Kim Donald Dilbeck of Barnesville. The second driver, Ernest Cossette, 46, Pelican Rapids, Minn., was dead at the scene. On the $ I oca I scene Fertis falls (Mi.) torul Sat., July 13.1974 ] Junior Editors' Quiz on BLITZKRIEG LANDSCAPE & GARDENING TYSVER LANDSCAPE Nursery . and Garden Center. Complete nursery and garden service., AUTHORIZED LAWNBOY sales and service. Johnson Repair Shop. 736394*. RESORTS CAMPING CAMPING, PICNIC area, canoe, pontoon rental. Moser Wee Villa Resort. 7367621. Area happenings Man appears in court Dale Edwin Undberg, 26, 1121 N. Broadway, appeared in District Court Wednesday before Judge Chester Rosengren on one charge of property damage in connection with an incident at the Morris Lunde home earlier this year. Imposition of sentence was stayed and Lindberg was placed on five years probation pending treatment for alcoholism at the state hospital. CROSSWORD PUZZLE PETS, SUPPLIES ST. BERNARD AKC puppies, 7 weeks old. Call 344-4194 or 344-3939. FOR SALE: Purebred Lab pups, »5. 842-5233. HELP WANTED: Two smiling ladies for special work, use of car helpful. Write Box 264X, Fergus Falls, Minn. OPENINGS FOR year around part- time waitresses and cooks. Must be 18 or over. Apply in person at Fergus Falls Pizza Hul. FOR SALE: nice, gentle Shetland pony. 219 458-3355. PUPPIES FOR sale. 5 weeks old. Poodle, Pommeranian. 6-6104. SHOPPERS GUIDE WANTED DESK clerks and maids for new mote]. Send resume to Box 267, Fergus Falls. WANTED — SALAD prep girl and grill personnel. Haugen's Ice Cream Parlour. TYPEWRITERS. Luodeen's. A-LWAYS B-Sgre C-Sutir. FOR SALE-MISC. FOR RENT IRON PORCH and stair railings. Kimber Awning. FIREPROOF CHESTS. Lundeen 8« Co. Victor LEATHER BILLFOLDS and purses. Double A Western Shop. 6x9 VINYL tarps, V4.95. Kimber .Awning Co. FOR NEW and used mowers, tillers, and garden tractors, see your MTD dealer. Otter Tail Co op Oils, 203 W. Washington. ALUMINUM WINDOWS and doors with quality built in. Completely weather stripped, no mitered 'corners to let in cold and snow. We service what we sell. Kimber Awning Co. SEE THE complete line of 8 h.p. to 18 h.p. Wheel Horse tractors, attachments, parts and service at Christenson Refrigeration Sales & Service. 313 S. Mill. 736-3744. FOR RENT: Office space, 109 N. Court. Vern Yowngren, 734-7551. APARTMENT RENTALS. Call Bakken Construction Co. 4-5245. NEW BROADWAY apartments. 1 and 2 bedroom. Includes dishwasher, disposal, appliances, extra closets, saunas, exercise rooms, and garages. 623 W. Fir. 734-2419., WEEKLY VACATION ac com modal ions near Fergus Falls. Furnished apartment, fishing, swimming and camping. Private. 736-2564, evenings. Outstanding 4-H exhibits Entry day at the fair was hot and busy, but judging went smoothly as 1,185 exhibits were entered. Following is a list of outstanding exhibits shown by 4-Her's throughout the County: Conservation: Brian Bruns, 11 yrs. old, Cleveland Otters 4-H Club, and John Holden, 13 yrs. old, Aurdal 4-H Club. Forestry: Russell Nelson, 11 yrs. old, Aurdal 4-H Club, and David Berg, 18 yrs. old, Aurdal 4-H Club. Entomology: Jeff Kohlhase, 11 yrs. old, Wolf Lake 4-H Club. Photography: Keith Schmidt, 17 yrs. old, Orwell 4-H Club, and Geri Johnson, 13 yrs. old, Dane Prairie 4-H Club. Electricity: Tom Rasmussen, 16 yrs. old, Dane Prairie 4-H Club. Farm & Home: Dan Larson, 15 yrs. old, Dane Prairie 4-H Club, and Roger Johnson, 15 yrs. old, Trondhjem 4-H Club. Horticulture: Sandra Holt, 14 yrs. old, Wolf Lake 4-H Club; Deanna Kubitz, 11 yrs. old, Pelican Friendship 4-H Club and Dawn Melby, 11 yrs. old, St. Olaf 4-H Club. Field Crops: Roger Dewey, 14 yrs. old, Western 4-H Club. Potatoes: Paul Viger, 10 yrs. old, Dalton 4-H Club, and Lucia Mobraten, 16 yrs. old, Carlisle 4-H Club. Vegetable Gardening: Paul Viger, 10 yrs. old, Dalton 4-H Club, Donald Viger, 9 yrs. old, Dalton 4-H Club and Nancy Haugrud, 15 yrs. old, Grove Lake 4-H Club. Foods & Nutrition: Susan Wold, 18 yrs. old, Sverdrup 4-H Club, and Cathy Siems, 13 yrs. old, French 4-H Club. Home Furnishings: Marlene Dunham, 13 yrs. old, Norweigen Grove 4-H Club; Lori Schoening, 15 yrs. old, Fergus 4-H Club, and Donna Drechsel, 13 yrs. old, Wolf Lake 4-H Club. Knitting: Paula Sabbe, 10 yrs. old, Woodland Heights 4-H Club, and Denise Bauman, 15 yrs. old, Erhard Gophers 4-H Club. ACROSS 1. Title of address 4. P geon 7. Bitter 11. Water in Paris 12. Black cuckoo 13. Telegram 14. Normal IC.Rara — 17. Beige 18. Spry 19. Frolic 21. Sword contest 22. Stag's mate 23. Compensate 24. Peacock butterflies 27. Verily 28. Dawn goddess 29. Book of the Bible 30. Hired cab 32. Migrate 33. Urgent 35. Sharpen 36. Matador's opponent 37. H-jr's vehicle 40. Unwritten 41. Grease 42. Harem room 43. Shaded walk HSBCHHa QCU HUB HEQ DOB BE rafflH HQSOE: DCIESEI HHQ EH _DBD BQH 3E]Q ^ 3G3QH21 09E3QHS 3DSHQ1 EJHL1C1UH SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE 44. Unclose 45.French marshal DOWN 22. Stag's mate 42. Harem room 1. Converged 23. Compensate 43. Shaded walk 2. Beam 11 'H M 19 22 27 % 33 36 HO 143 ^ zo % 31 r 30 Y/< tt< 5 W 31 2 ^ 20 % V // 7/ ti 24 % 37 Ml 4H tt U w iS % % % 8 % 32. 3 6 $ 19 % Y/ •a\ «. us ^ 2b 4 & K> ^ 26 % » Par lime 30 n 3.Miraculous 4. Mother-of- pearl 5. Two-toed sloth 6. Zero 7. In the know 8. Culture 9. Sweet flag 10. Stipo 15. Frosted 18. Purchase 19. Timid 20. Dessert 21. German article 23. Hawaiian food 25 Hockey player Robby 26. Everybody's uncle 28. English river 29. Pitcher 31. Coral island 32. Slate 33. Particle 34. Persian gazelle 35. Flog 37. Murmur 38.Poem 39. Scottish firth QUESTION: What was the Blitzkrieg? * * * ANSWER: The Blitzkrieg was a rapid and direct form of warfare devised by the German military command at the st;irt of World War II. The chief characteristic of the Blit/krieg was a sudden attack concentrated on a single ohjeetive. Mechanized and motorized divisions — Panzer units consisting of tanks and artillery on trucks - moved into an area with the support of the Air Force or dive bombers. When the enemy line was broken, the Panzer forces would move behind the enemy lines. This form of warfare made the trench tactics of World War I obsolete. It also showed the futility of fortifications, such as the Maginot Line. Early in World War II, the Blitzkrieg method was successful. Poland and France were quickly overrun. In 1941, when Germany attacked Russia there was a different story. Blitzkrieg units were allowed to go through the lines and then were surrounded and cut off from their supplies. Tank destroyer units were used and anti-tank weapons such as the bazooka, a rocket gun, stopped the German Blitzkrieg. 7-13 (Andrea Shaver of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, wins a prize for this question. You can win $10-cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, matted on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper is selected for a prize.) HAGAR THE HORRIBLE OFFICE SPACE. Private parkins available. Fergus Plumbing, 319 W. Lincoln. 2 BEDROOM new apartments. Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher. Available July 1. S190 to $200 per month. Moen Realty 6 6969. FOR SALE: Reconditioned washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, electric ranges. Guaranteed. Christenson Refrigeration Sales 8, Service, 313 S. Mill. 7363744. FOR RENT: Furnished basement apartment,one male preferred, no smoking — available now. Call 7367683. FOR RENT: Clean 1 bedroom house in Elbow Lake, adults. Inquire at 1023 No. Union. J75.00. WORK WANTED Food for Thought How to shorten husband's life . By JEAN MAYER Professor of Nutrition, . Harvard University STOP- ITS JUST GETTING &OOO! . po<&... 1 SEE TfAOB's BLONDIE JAEGER'S FURNITURE ' &CARPET Drive a little and save a lot. Save- Save-Save ul Jaeger's Furniture and Carpet, Highway 210 East, Fergus Falls. Phone 736-3046 OVERWEIGHT? LOSE ugly fat witn the Diadax plan. Reduce excess fluids with Fluidex, White Drugs. FOR SALE: New hide a-bed, green, S175.00; off-while drapes, 2 pair 48x64, 1 pair 75x64, S25.00; Celery drapes, 1 pair 100x83, 1 pair 46x80, $25.00; older green couch, $25.00. Call 736-4276. FOR SALE AM-FM 8 track stereo with turn table. 9-23B9. LOFTY PILE, free from soil is the carpel cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer SI. Kordel Furniture, Fergus Falls, Minn. FOR SALE: Speed Queen washer, used 4 monlhs; Early American davenport; crib mattress; gold upholstered chair. Phone 6-7201. FOR SALE 100 gallon gas lank with stand. 495 3455. WILL DO interior and exterior painting. Also mobile home roofs. Very reasonable rates. Phone 64203. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 36" gas cwidilion. 734-4742. stove, good FOR SALE: Bookshelf, large maple piclure, garment hanger and misc. Phone 4-3384. See at 814 E. 7th Ave. FOR SALE: Very good 190 rods 40 inch hog netting. Carl Walselh. Ashby, Minn. Box 91. USED REFRIGERATOR for sale. Puppies to give away. Call 739-9443 after 4 p.m. BUILDINGS FOR SALE: Ideal wood frame b-jildlno for use as lakeshore cottage or home formerly the Hallaway Ski Lodge located near Pelican Rapids on the Ma pie wood State Park Property, ap- prozimately 24'x5J' wilh an upper addition about 24'xM'. Must b« moved Call Steve Van Drake at 518-843-2471 days. TRAVEL AIRLINE TICKETS and reservations same price as the airport. Darby Travel Bureau. 734-5424. NEW MOBILE home park at Rothsay. Lots for sale or rent. Write: Rothsay, Box 157. Phone 847.2227 or 847-2484. DON'TBLJYanew mobile home until you see how you can choose from over 100 — Also modular and double 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 734-7087. REPOSSESSED, 1971 14x70 3- bcdroom, iust like new. Low down payment. Call collect 218 7342448. FOR SALE: 1974 3-bedroom mobile home. Priced to move, wilt sell for $7,995. Call collect 218-734-7544. REPOSSESSED, 1973 3-bedroom with front utility. Call collect 216734-2139. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom mobile home, take over payments. Will finance. Call collect 2167M7545. R EPOSSESSION 1972 Arctic mobile home, 14 x 70 3 bedroom with siding and house type casement windows, completely furnished, delivered and set-up for $5,995.00. Small down payment and very small monthly payment. For more Information <-a|[ credit manager 412.762-1112. FOR SALE 8x8 insulated paneled entry, S225. 6 4373 or 4-7950. 1949 12x40 all set up in Green Acres. Skirting and entry way. Red River Mobile Homes, Breckenridge. Phone 443-5878. FOR SALE: 8x35 ft. trailer house. Also 10x48 Ihreeroom addition. Will sell together or separate. Telephone 758-2651, Dent. Minn. "WE HAVE 5 clean used hornn for sale — 10x50 Detroiter, 10x50 Podtiac Chief, 10x50 Pallet, 12x50 Hilton, 12x60 Rollohome. Jim Larson's Future Home*, Inc. 1 block East 1-94 on 210, Fergus Falls, Minn, or Phone SH.734-3009. Auction Directory MONDAY, JULY 15, GROUP AUCTION, 805 South Union, 1 o'clock p.m. Norman Solum and Dean Sillenid, auctioneers (Antique and Household) WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, - EDNA C. HOLE, Section 27, Aastad Township, 5:30 p.m., Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Farm t Household) SATURDAY, JULY 27 - ARVILLA & INGVOLD HELLE, 3'.4 miles Northwest of Ashby. 12 Noon. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers auctioneers (Antiques, Household and Machinery) **** If, for reasons best known to yourself, you would prefer ten more years of your husband's money unemcumbered by your husband's actual presence, here are ten ways in which you can achieve your goal. They all have the advantage of being socially acceptable and legally defensible—you cannot be sent to jail for them. Best of all, they can all be done under the guise of wifely concern and fond indulgence. (If, on the other hand, you cherish your husband and would like to enjoy the pleasure of his company for many years to come, all you need do is completely reverse the advice. Oddly enough, you may meet with more resistance from him using this approach. But be firm. After all, his longevity and good health are at stake. Remember that, on the average, men in this country die seven years before their wives.) Here then, are the ten ways to kill off your husband — or ten things to avoid to keep him alive: 1. Fatten him up. Excessive overweight increases his chance of succumbing to diabetes, liver and kidney disease, stroke and heart attack. It is especially dangerous if he has any of the conditions steps 2 through 10 are designed to bring about. 2. Keep him sitting down. Strongly discourage any departure from the sedentary life. Don't let him walk to the station — drive him. If he gets any ideas about gardening, playing football with the kids, or the like, switch to a football game on TV, suggest a long ride in the country or call friends over for a slow game of bridge. Be generous; if he plays golf, buy him a golf cart. Be strict; if he rebels and talks of taking up tennis or mountain climbing, make pointed remarks about "a man of his age." His arteries will soon feel the effect of the non-active life and give you the relief you are seeking. 3. Feed him lots of saturated fats. Give him all the foods he loves that don't love him: good country butter, well-marbled steaks, deep-fried potatoes and chicken, and most of all, bacon and eggs. Avoid broiled Fish; in fact, never broil anything if you can fry it. Cross margarine off your shopping list — no skimping on your husband — and cook with butter and saturated fats. This regimen should load up his un- derexcercised arteries with so much cholesterol that you'll be enjoying widowhood long before the usual time. 4. Load him down with salt. This is likely to push up his blood pressure, and if it's already a little high, you can push it right off the top of the gauge while you send his life expectancy down to the bottom of the chart. 5. Ply him with coffee. There's no proof that it will give him a heart attack any sooner, but there's a possibility, so why miss a chance? At any rate, caffeine may promote insomnia, which is definitely injurious to health. 6. Keep him well supplied with liquor. Make his drinks stiff and make them sweet or sweet and fat — Manhattans or brandy alexanders fill the bill. Make sure they're always accompanied by a generous supply of high-calorie, salty snacks. 7. Don't let him run out of cigarettes. They are the would- be widow's best friend. Buy him a lighter; he'll be reluctant to quit and waste the expense. Lung cancer, respiratory ailments and heart disease are all induced or accelerated by cigarette smoking. 8. Don't let him relax. Judicious overspending will prevent him from being able to afford a vacation — and the chance to exercise, relax, and escape from your cooking. 9. Keep him up late. In addition to coffee and late-night television, frequent entertainment of friends and reserving bedtime for bringing up worrisome matters should wear him down and prepare the way for the "cardiovascular storm" that will carry him off and allow you to get back to regular hours. 10. Never let up the nagging and the worrying. Money and the children are hot topics, and, for good measure, throw in a question about the man in the office who just got a promotion. But remember: don't goad him too far — he just might be driven right out of the house and into more exercise, a better diet and a healthier marriage with someone else. THE GIANT I BUSTARD O~ MALAYA / HAS A WINGSPREAD OP EIGHT FEET HEHASTORUKJ """^l A HUMORED YARDS J BEFORE HE CAN r—^ TAKE OFF t ' ^^ \ WHAT ME NEEDS ' IS SHORTER WINGS AND LONGER LESS/ BEETLE BAILEY , SIR. BUT VGRV ©OOP FOR SOMEONE OLP AND PUNY I ONLY WENT ABOUT SO YARP5 HENRY TIGER I R6uf?EPrrour. Or /A MlU-IONAl^E ( U066 V ^ 260,000

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