The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on July 26, 1974 · Page 9
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[HELP WANTED] [SPORTING GOODS WANTED A bookkeeper, experience necessary. Full-time, ir begin August 1. Reuben Klein JVtotor" ONE FULL-TIME w«*,man and on« washman Saturdays only. *WMy to Thorn Linen Service, Fergus Falls. SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS Openings for tioth men and women desiring part-time Income. Terminal located on end of Easi Sommerset Road. Ottertail Coaches Inc. Phone 736-3121. 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 WANT A fry cook and a dishwasher. Apply in person Big Chief Cafe. WANTED: YOUNG man Interested In unlimited opportunities for advancement making sales and service his career. This would be with an agri-business firm In the heart of me lake and resort area In Otter Tall County. Position would consist of sales and service in these areas: (Ires, L.P. gas, farm chemicals and assisting in farm store merchandising, pricing and inventory control. For application forms and interview date, send resume to Box U7, Battle Lake, Minn. Position to begin September 1st. INCOME OPPORTUNITY International cosmetic firm Is seeking an ambitious person to teach others In professional makeup techniques for a profitable Income opportunity with Viviane Woodard Cosmetics, subsidiary of General Foods Corporation. Call for interview, 734-3439. FULL OR part-time fry cook from 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. Standard minimum wage. Mills Cafe, New York Mills, Minn. Phone 385-2605. WANTED PART-TIME maid. No . phone calls please. River Inn. MALE OR female companion retired age to live in or use own transportation. 5 days a week, lake living. 99042. WAITRESS COUNTRY Kitchen, country mile West of Fergus Falls. EXPERIENCED TRUCK drivers for Nationwide driving, requires Class A license, ICC physical and good driving record. For more information call Roger at 218-6811016. WANTED: RN-LPN,all shifts open. Need one RN night nurse. Call collect 732-3311, St. Joseph's Hospital, Park Rapids. Ask for Sister Margaret Smitti or Mrs. Eving- FULL OR Part-time RN. Apply in person at Pelican Lake Nursing Home, Ashby. SPORTING GOODS GUNS RE6LUED professionally and reasonably at Vore's, 310 West Lincoln, Fergus Falls. POLARIS SNOWMOBILE sales and strvlct. Bione's Minnow Service, 1504 East Mt. Faith. Phone 736-713. PICKUP TOPPERS, custom hjllt to your specifications. As low as 1169.50 Becklund-Rian Oil and Marine. BOATS! BOATS! BOATS! Evinrude motors, Lund, Glastron and Mlrro-Craft boats, Shore Station boat hoists, and docks. Dunker's Marine, Battle Lake. Phone 218 844 8183. DRY ICE available at Johnson Repair Shop. 736-3»49. EVINRUDE AND Chrysler sales and service. Johnson Repair Shop. 736-3949. TENTS FOR sale. Rent or trade with quality built in. Kimber Awning Co. BETHANY, SCAMP trailers, pickup toppers, camping supplies, sales, rentals. Gerald Benson, 218-7365135, 218-739-9082 or North Union Texaco, 218-7399866. 1971 ARCTIC Cat Whisker mini-bike. Phone 9-9382, good condition. FOR SALE: 1971 JOO cc Brldflestone cycle. Call after 9:00 p.m. 739-9570. FOR SALE 1972 Suzuki 750, best offer takes it. 218 863-6562. CLEARANCE SALE, all trailers low as $795. Gerald Benson, 736-5135 or 739-9082. FOR SALE: 1973 Harley Davidson electric glide. 1200 cc. Call 736-3004. FOR SALE: 1974 Honda ElsinoreWO Mt 1,600 miles, excellent condition, full coverage, Helmet also. Call 4952254. NEAR NEW 24' all aluminum pontoon, 25 H.P. electric start, Johnson deluxe m.ad.e.1. Also pontoon lift. Call 589-89KI. FOR SALE: I9M CB 160 Honda, electric start, engine iust overhauled, good condition, 1285.00. Rupp mini bike, new engine, 155,00. Call 6 4216. FOR SALE: 1M9 Arctic cat 372, 1971 Arctic Cat V.1 twin. Both in good condition. Phone 736 4943. FOR SALE: 1973 Shorelander trailer, 1973 Lund Deep Fisherman boat, 1974 Johnson 15 h.p. motor, all like new. Phone 736-4943. ] Panel discusses problem »» • of organized shoplifting Fergus Falls (Hi.) joinal Fri., July26,1974 13 [-Junior Editors'Quiz on FOR SALE: 1971 lOOcc Kawasaki, like new, only 900 miles. Call 7399116. WANTED TO buy: 10 gauge shot gun. Call 736-7453. NOTICES I BUY, sell and trade all kinds of antiques. M. H. Dahlen, Rt. 5. Phone 736-4747. HIGHEST RATES on Insured savings. Fergus Falls Savings & Loan. MEET ME at Lunde's Cafe. MAKE YOUR hard earned dollars work even harder! Invest in con- Iracf for deeds that pay 10 per cent interest, monthly checks, short maturities. Lake Region Realty, 736-5489. HAVE A happy day! Ken and Vi Hoff Amway Distributors, 736-3079. PETS, SUPPLIES 3, 7 week old kittens to give away. 1 gray and white—cute markings. 2 white witti black cap. Call 734 6537. 1973 HONDA CB450 King and Queen seat and lots of other extras. Will take me first $1,100. 7364045. SCHWINN ID-speed foi sale. Super Sport model. Just like new, $145,00 or best offer. Call 734 5943. FOR SALE: 1973 Yamaha 7x450, 2,400 miles, luggage rack, back rest, SU50.00. 867-2235. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)Courts that allegedly coddle "fences," banks that don't police their check customers and merchants who don't keep good records all were given a share of the blame Thursday for Minnesota's white-collar crime. The term is losely used to cover shoplifting, employe theft and assorted other crimes involving property and not involving violence. A Senate-House committee on organized crime as told by Minneapolis Police Capt. Rollo Mudge that fences are among the central figures in the organized crime picture. Fences are dealers in stolen goods, buying from shoplifters or "boosters" and reselling the goods to the public at markdown prices. "Business in fencing is so good these days that the fences specialize," Mudge said. He said some dealers may handle hardware, clothing or even items so specialized as stained glass windows. Judges who handle shoplifting and fencing cases are a constant irritant to police, Mudge said. "One of the sad facts of life today is the trend of courts, lieve but there was a 10-pound adding machine stolen in this fashion," Cooke said. Gail Speten, a spokesman for Applebaums Food Stores, accused banks of failing to keep a close enough watch on check customers. She said banks "beg for business" but do little to check names and addresses of those who apply for checking accounts. The legislative group, headed by Sen. Winston Borden, DFL- Brainerd, plans additional hearings at Duluth, Mankato, Willmur and Alexandria. Mudge said retailers contrib- CROSSWORD PUZZLE ute to the problem by failing to keep records of serial numbers. In one case, he said, police knew when, where and how a cache of electric tools was stolen. Yet, the store lacked a list of serial numbers and could not prove the items were stolen. Mudge said fences also employ "expert refinishers" who can taken stolen television sets, refrigerators and other items and make them look like new. He said stores advertising themselves as "sample shops" or sellers of "distressed merchandise" are an outlet for stolen goods. BQII HE0 3D3H PEO ODD 2EIQB HBHSanO HBStD INDIAN PONIES WORK WANTED I prosecutors and lawmaking FOR SALE-MISC. STORM DAMAGE?? Repairing, remodeling and painting. Call 7363410. WILL DO babysitting in town. 736 4601. LAWN CUTTING. Good work and reasonable price. Call 736 4910 for free estimate after 4:00. IRON PORCH and stair railings. Kimber Awning. FIREPROOF CHESTS. Victor Limdeen & Co. LEATHER BILLFOLDS and purses. Double A Western Shop. WILL DO babysitting in my home, 5 days a week for 1 child. Phone 65283. PROFESSIONAL HOUSE and barn painting. Advance painting and decorating. Fergus Falls, Minn. For free bids, 736 3886 or 736-7274. 6x9 VINYL tarps. Awning Co. S4.95. Kimber SERVICES HELPWANTED: One full time cook and one food service employee. Apply at the Pelican Valley Health Center, Pelican Rapids, Minn. Telephone 863-3111. Arthur D. Brown, Administrator. WANTED: MEDICAL secretary- bookkeeper, previous experience desired. Reply to Box 728. Fergus Falls, Minn. Please submit credentials and references with first letter. RELIABLE BABYSITTER, your home, 2 girls ages 2 and 5, full time, 7:30 to 5:30. Can 4-2144 after 5:30. CITY ROUTE man needed, mjst, know city of Fergus Falls. Year round job. Please apply In person Star Laundry and Cleaners. PART-TIME LAUNDRY workers, 2 to 3 days per week. Apply to Thorn Linen Service, Fergus Falls. WAITRESS WANTED: Apply in person, Fergus Falls Pizza Hut. PART-TIME cooks wanted. Apply In person, Fergus Falls Pizza Hut. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, man to clean up cars. Full time. Reuben Klein Motors. WANTED: MARRIED man to work on dairy farm. Must be experienced and reliable. Housing, good salary, and fringe benefits. One and one- half days off per week. Call Minnesota Valley Breeders Assn., New Prague, Mn. 612-758-4443. APPLICATIONS NOW being taken for kitchen help. Apply in person. Becker's Supper Club. HOUSE CLEANING lady wanted part-time. Call 736-5530. WANTED: THREE part-time helpers to demonstrate toys and gifts for The Playhouse Co. Write Waily Sabby, Elbow Lake, Minn. No obligation. | FOR SALE MISC. ONLY J DAYS LEFT! Arneson-Larson-Milton's annual summer sale ends Saturday, July 27th. Save on men's and boy's clothing. Special group of suits and sport coals further reduced to \"i price. FOR SALE: Electric stove, 30", white, MS 00 Call 736-5810 after 5 p.m. CABINET 30x39; round coffee table; dryer; clock; mattress; sink; chair; doors; windows; screens; bird and cage; clock. Saturday, 9 to 7, 537 W. Lincoln. FOR SALE: Two 20-inch bikes; stereo console with 2 speakers, good shape.- 10-30 gallon barrels, good for pontoons. Phone 736 4943. 2NU ANNUAL factory sale — thousands of Items! Factory closeouts, irregular merchandise. Everything wholesale cost or less. Tuesday through Saturday July 23rdthrough July 27th, daily 9:30 to 4:30, Thursday 9:00 to 9:00. Prometheus Wholesale, in the Old N.P. Train Depot, So. Cascade, Fergus Falls. LEGHORN HENS for sale. Call 7366172 after 5. 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 mltered 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 8. Service, 313 S. Mill. 7363744. JAEGER'S FURNITURE I CARPET Drive a little and save a Jot. Save- Save-Save at Jaeger's Furniture and Carpet, Highway 210 East, Fergus Falls. Phone 736-3046. OVERWEIGHT? LOSE ugly fat with the Diadax plan. Reduce excess fluids with Fluidex, White Drug. SEPTIC TANK pumping, phone 4952258, Julian Tollerude, Underwood, Minnesota. EARN MORE on your savings at Fergus Falls Savings & Loan Assn. FOR SALE: Reconditioned washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, electric ranges. Guaranteed. Christenson Refrigeration Sales 9, Service, 313 S. Mill. 736-3744. SEE THE 3-bedroom Redi-Built home on display at Edgetown Lumber Company, Old 210 West, Fergus Falls. FOR SALE slicing or pickling cucumbers. Phone 6-4690. SWEET CORN ready now at Four Winds Farm located 10 miles North of Battle Lake on Highway 73. Retail by dozen or pick your own by the bushel. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. FOR SALE: 2,500 cement blocks, 1,600 sq. feet steel decking. 22-32 ft- steel rafters. Used lumber and windows. 1 used furnace, 4 years old. Misc. lumber. Call 736-5737 or 736-2270. FOR SALE: Combination electric and coal and wood kitchen range, 52 gallon electric hot water heater Call 736-7623. SPECIAL GROUP of suits and sport coats further reduced to V? price! Hurry! Sale ends Saturday, July 27th, at Arneson-Larson-Milton. ORDERS TAKEN: Beans, green and yellow, 1 pound 20c, 6 pounds SI.00. Vegetable pickup, 536 W. Summit. Delivered extra. Phone 7365363. FOR SALE: One 30 gallon gas hot water healer, »30.00; one gas clothes dryer, $15.00; one gas hot air furnace, 125,000 BTU, like new, 1125.00,- one electric 18-ft. deep freeze, S100.00. 736 4827. A GOOD buy .. . give it a try. Blue Lustre, America's favorite carpet shampoo. Scolls Store, Fergus Falls, Minn. ERICKSON'S SEPTIC pumping service, Fergus Falls. Phone 7366290. If no answer, call 736-7621. WHO OWES you? We collect. Trl- State Collection Service. 736-6953. 112 South Mill. CUSTOM MADE drapery shop located in Erhard. 842-5321. Free estimates. FOR EXPERT repair on small engines of all makes, see Verne at Otter Taif' Co'-op" Oils, '203 W. Washington. FRIBERG'S UPHOLSTERY Shop. Materials on hand. 736-7956 or 739 9134. EDDIE'S INSULATING Service. Blown insulation in old and new homes. Phone 736 4763. CHUCK'S UPHOLSTERY, 1223 N. Union. All types of furniture, office and home. Car and truck seats. Many fabrics to choose from. Telephone 736-6580. CUSTOM BOBCAT and Bacxhoe work, landscaping, excavating, trenching and manure loading. Call 736-4735. A-l REFRIGERATION and Appliance Service. Guaranteed service on all malor appliances. Phone 739-2364. BARRY'S EXCAVATING—septic tank pumping—sewer system - basement—trenching—landscaping—gravel—black dirt. Call Underwood 8266474. Maine 4953209. REMODELING? EXPERT carpentry and concrete work. Call Howard Knight Construction Company, Fergus Falls. Phone 7363308. SMALL ENGINE repair. Power and riding lawn mowers, roto tillers, sharpening blades and balancing. 415 East Everett, Fergus Falls. Phone 736 7262. MOBILE HOME Anchoring and Skirting. Call 6 3217 or 6-3979 after 6:00. FIX-IT AND repair penter, handyman, evenings. faucets, car- Phone 66656 FOR STONE or brick fireplaces, call Ray Wendt, Dent, Minn. Phone 7582153. ANDERSON «. SON — Well drilling, repairing and pressure pump. 20 years experience. Phone 736 3901 or 7392519. bodies to say that these are only crimes against property ... fences traditionally get light sentences," Mudge said. "We have to make pur laws more effective against the fence and make our courts realize they are among the two or three most important figures in crime." Mudge and other witness also blamed public apathy for part of the problem. People are willing to wink as they buy stolen merchandise at reduced prices, Mudge said. Oliver S. Perry, executive vice president of the Minnesota Association of Commerce and Industry (MACI) said he is concerned at growing evidence of white-collar crime. "We are equally concerned about the apathetic attitude of most of pur state's citizens," Perry said. Mudge estimated that there are "in the neighborhood of two dozen major fences" operating in the Twin Cities. He said there is a "regular route" for stolen outboard motors, jewelry and other stolen goods from northern Minnesota into the Twin Cities. Glen Dornfeld, director of security for Day's Department Stores, also was critical of court handling of shoplifting cases. He said it is "not unusual" for shoplifting gangs to be arrested while awaiting trail on a prior offense. Dornfeld said one government study suggests it costs lawful customers 5 to 15 per cent of their purchases for losses caused by white collar crime. Stores add the loss figures to their prices, meaning the cost is paid by law-abiding customers. Lane Cooke, Chicago, regional security manager for Montgomery Wards said sophisticated shoplifters are turning to new techniques, shedding the "booster coats" used in the past. Shoplifters work in pairs, he said. One, called the "turner," diverts the attention of a clerk. The other slips stolen items between his legs, walking out of the store in that fashion. "You may find it hard to be- MuJe ate on lawn of city hall ACROSS 1. Diamond 4.Fourposter 7. Waste allowance 11. Vale 12. Overseas address 13.Type of sandwich 14. Unmusical bird 16.Cause 17. Arrow poison 18. Roman building 19. Dromedary 21. Marsh elder 22. Cuckcopinl 23. West Point 27.Soirow 29. Sott ctieese 30. Chart 31.A!eils 32. Bowling place 35 Crude rubber 36. Booty 37.Seeker 40. Weed 41.-de Fiance 42. Man's name 43. Ill-repute 44. Average <!5. Rumen D QQ3 SQQH UHLliiDLlH anas naa sata DOWN 1. Acquire 2. Guido's highest note M3 Por time 29 min. SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZIE 3. Least 4. Jewish roll 5. fencing sword 6. Bumb!eb«e 7.Shabby 8. Cattail 9. Gaelic 10. Babies 15.Wind speed indicator 18. Kaira 19. Station wagon 20 Common verb 21. Chill 23. Horned viper 24. Capricious 25.Burmese prince 26.1 do 28. Sunbeam 31. Adam's ale 32. Choir voice 33. Cargo 34. Monk parrot 35. Chinese wax 37. Postal code 38. Caleb's son 39.Bounder 4 25 45 26 ia QUESTION: Is there u difference between the Paint and the Pinto pony'.' * * » ANSWl-R: No. The Paint is also known as the Pinto or Calico. It has a liody coat marked with large irregular patches of white set against any of the solid colors. The spotted horse dates far back in ancient times. There are records of their existence in tgypt as far back as 3400 B.C. They were known in early times in India and Tibet. Paints were in Hurope at the time of the discovery of the New World. Cortez and his followers brought the Pinto to Mexico. It gained great favor with the Indians particularly the buffalo hunters of the Great Plains. The Conwnches liked the natural camoullage of the Pinto and sometimes daubed additional splashes if they thought the markings were inadequate. The Paint or Pinto, through its wild life on the plains, developed great endurance and shrewdness. Cowboys admired the breed and preferred the color to an animal with a solid coat. "Old Paint" was the subect of cowboy songs 7-26 (Karen Litton of Oak Ridge. Tennessee, wins a prize for this question. You can win SHI 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 J 7-26 HAGAR THE HORRIBLE BLOND! E JA THEY MAKE «?r WONDERFUL. } GIPTS PEOPLE ALWAYS LIKE J!l'l| THEM AFTER THEY'VE * ' SEEN THEM ], IN USE BEETLE BAILEY PAPER HANGING. Wall papers, vinyls, murals. Work guaranteed. Leslie Nelson, 218 W. Gjslavus. 9 2197. FOR SALE: 8000 BTU window air conditioner. Used one season. 8425777. FOR SALE: General Electric Americana double oven electric stove, like new. Call 739-9971 or 7392681. FREEZER, 7 cubic feet, V50.00. 73*3778. Auction Directory SATURDAY JULY 27 - EMMA ROSVOLD, DORA PAULSON, 802 South Mill, Fergus Falls. 1:00 p.m. Norman Solum & Dean Sillerud, auctioneers. SATURDAY, JULY 27 - ARVILLA i INGVOLD HELLE, 3H miles Northwest of Ashby. 12 Noon. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Antiques, Household and Machinery) SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 - JULIAN THOMPSON, 361 2nd. Street Northeast, Barnesville, 9:30 a.m., Charles Clauson, auctioneer (Antiques) SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 - CARL & ALBERT HOFSTAD, 13 miles Northeast of Barnesville, 1 p.m., Norman Solum & Dean Sillerud, Auctioneers (Farm) WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 - MILTON ERICKSON, 1H4 miles Southeast of Doran, 4 p.m., Dean Sillerud & Norman Solum, auctioneers (Farm) -****- Agreement for teachers is reached WASECA, Minn. (AP) - The Waseca School Board and teachers in the Waseca School District announced Wednesday they have reached tentative agreement on teacher salaries for the coming school year. Officials said the total dollar package agreed upon was J200,- 000, an increase over the previous year. Officials did not say how much of an increase the package reflected. The district's 120 teachers have been negotiating since April with the school board for a one-year contract. Officials said future meetings will be held to determine how the salary increases will be divided al the various teaching levels. The new package also includes fringe benefits. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Lynn Wall says all he wants is his mule. But authorities say Monopoly won't be sprung until somebody pays his feed bill. "Old Monopoly is worth $1,000," said Wall, 56, a retired San Francisco cabbie now living in Virginia City, Nev. "But I ain't gonna pay that fine, even if it's a nickel." Monopoly, a specially trained show animal, was "arrested" July 5 while Wall was grazing the animal at 3 a.m. on the lawn at city hall. " ... I didn't have no place to feed him, so we just walked over to the mall," Wall explained. "That's when all hell broke loose." Police asked Wall to remove the beast. When Wall told them he had no place to take Monopoly, officers called the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The mule has been held ever since, with a $5 per day grain charge accumulating on an original $25 fine for grazing an animal within the city limits. The ASPCA said it would not release the animal until it is reimbursed for the grain. HAVE OTTO SUARDIN& OUK FOOD SUPPtlES HENRY TIGER Five and a half tons of tap shoes have been used by the Radio City Rockettes in 40 years. 'HKTSTvNioY $uze. MV FIRST "X'S"! \MAtfT YOU TO ge 1C? KMOW WHO 6k£NeP IT 7-26

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