The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on August 2, 1974 · Page 2
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Friday, August 2, 1974
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New cor stickers to show gosoline mileage figures DETROIT (AP) - For the first time, consumers will be able to find out this fall what gasoline mileage they can expect from most new cars by looking at the sticker on vehicles in the showroom. General Motors joined Ford Motor Co. on Thursday in agreeing to voluntarily post the federal gasoline mileage test results on their 1975 models, which debut next month. The Environmental Protection Agency prodded the automakers to participate in the voluntary program by threatening to seek federal legislation making it mandatory. Chrysler Corp. hasn't decided yet whether it will go along with the nation's two largest automakers. American Motors has refused to post the federal figures, saying it disagrees with the federal test system. AMC has complained that the EPA's test procedures do not produce results that reflect the kind of mileage the average driver would get. The EPA rates fuel economy on the same laboratory equipment used to measure exhaust emissions. AMC and others have argued that actual road tests would provide more accurate mileage figures than laboratory testing. But the large majority of domestic models will contain the Conviction of Brewster overturned WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Court of Appeals today overturned the bribery conviction of former U.S. Sen. Daniel B. Brewster of Maryland. Brewster, a Democrat, was convicted on Feb. 2,1973, of accepting more than $14,000 from a lobbyist for the mail order company Spiegal Inc. to influence his vote on postal rate legislation. The Appeals Court said U.S. District Judge George L. Hart had erred in his instructions to the jury. "... The trial court's instructions did not set forth a clear and comprehensive standard for the jury to make the distinction between receiving bribery payment in return for being influenced in the performance of an official act, receiving illegal gratuities and receiving legal normal campaign contributions," the appellate court said. Brewster, who contended he accepted only legal campaign gifts, was sentenced to two to six years in prison and fined $30,000. The same U.S. District Court jury also convicted former lobbyist Cyrus Anderson. The appeals court ordered a new trial where Brewster would face only charges of accepting illegal gratuities, and not bribery. Anderson also appealed. He was sentenced to 1M> to 4Vz years in prison and fined $30,000. Throughout the trial, neither Brewster nor Anderson denied the exchange of funds, but both contended the money was a legitimate campaign contribution. sticker information, and at least six importers, including Toyota, Aston Martin, British Leyland, Bricklin, BMW and Rolls Royce already have said they will participate in the program. A GM spokesman said the test procedures for 1975 models are an improvement over the 1974 methods and represent "the best available way of doing mileage ratings." EPA is the only government agency making gasoline mileage determinations. The new label information will go far beyond the vague statements included on stickers of Big Three cars during the current model year. This year, the labels indicated only what mileage a car of the same weight could be expected to get. For example, a shopper would learn that a car weighing 3,000 pounds travels between nine and 20 miles per gallon in city traffic. Under the new plan, average mileage figures on the actual model will be displayed on the sticker. In addition, fuel consumption will be listed for two test runs—one on the highway and one on urban streets. For example, one label might indicate that the full-size 'Brand X' car with an eight-cylinder engine averages 12 miles per gallon for city driving and 18 m.p.g. on the highway. The new fuel economy label information will distinguish between cars of the same model equipped with different engines. Other factors like options, which affect fuel mileage to a lesser extent, would be disregarded. U.S. turns down off-shore sea limit CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — The United States has turned down a nine-nation plan to establish a standard 200-mile zone of off-shore economic control on grounds it falls to guarantee freedom of navigation within the zone. Ambassador John R. Stevenson, chief U.S. delegate at the United Nations Conference on the Law of the Seas, said Thursday that the working paper "does not make it sufficiently clear that all high seas freedoms recognized by the general principles of international law are preserved. "It is also not sufficiently clear that the enjoyment of these freedoms is on equal footing with—not subject to—the enjoyment by the coastal state of its rights in the zone," Stevenson said. The working paper was drafted by Canada, Chile, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Mauritius, Mexico, New Zealand and Norway. Sources in the U.S. delegation indicated that although Stevenson did not mention the all-important issue of unobstructed passage of military vessels through international straits, this was another major factor in the U.S. opposition. The paper deals specifically with territorial seas, nations made up of archipelagos, economic zones and the continental shelf, but makes no recommendation regarding passage through straits. New Zealand Representative M.J.C. Templeton introduced the draft articles on Thursday. The United States, which enforces a 3-mile territorial sea limit, has said it would go along with a proposed 12-mile limit concept and expressed willingness to support a 200- mile economic zone in which coastal states would exercise political and economic sovereignty as part of an overall acceptable sea treaty. But Washington wants certain guarantees in return for its concessions on the 12-mile concept and the economic zone. It seeks free transit for all vessels through international straits and provisions for foreign fleets to enter the economic zones of other countries to fish for high- ly migratory species, such as the tuna, when the coastal state cannot catch all the available fish. The conference has been meeting here since June 20 to draft a treaty covering all phases of sea law. Early in the meeting, the United States abandoned its flat opposition to a 200-mile offshore economic zone and conditionally endorsed that approach. The Soviets and other major maritime powers did the same. I for Peace of Mind A. DESIGN The DOWL1TE Vault is engineered in design and construction to provide maximum strength and durability. B. OUTER AND INNER PROTECTIVE WALLS All DOWLITE Materia Is are of the finest quality, are resistant to moisture, and elements normal ly found in the soil. Individual re-inforcement of fiberglass walls makes an independent protective barrier affording maximum strength. C. CENTER PROTECTIVE WALL DOWLITE material for this section is 90 per cent closed cells, with ability to withstand severe shock, stress and twisting action. This special formulated urethane foam is fused to inner and outer walls and retards condensation within the vault. D. HERMETICALLY SEALED With non-shrinking, moisture resistant, DOWLITE Duragum. Choose a DOWL ITE Vault... Consult Your Funeral Director For Availability. THUMP ... THUMP ... THUMP — A nurse at Chicago's University of Illinois Medical Center mockingly takes the pulse of a Siberian Tiger being prepped for double-cataract surgery. The anesthetized tiger took the whole proceedings ou the lam, and doctors termed the operation on the Lincoln Park Zoo resident a success. (AP Wirephoto) Utoig Anker, 86, services Monday Ludvig Anker, 86, Underwood, died Thursday at Lake Region Hospital. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Nilson Funeral Home in Battle Lake, with the Rev. Robert Nedrud officiating. Burial will be at the Sverdrup Lutheran Cemetery in Underwood. He was born in Otter Tail County on April 22, 1888. He lived in the Underwood area all his life. He was a resident of the Otter Tail County Nursing Home for several years before his death. Visitation Sunday afternoon and evening at the N'ilson Ku- neral Home, Battle Lake. Melvin H. Johnson services Monday Melvin Harold Johnson, 68, Sanford Township, died Friday at the Veterans Hospital in Fargo. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Barrett Covenant Church, with the Rev. William Hultman officiating. Burial will be at the Fredenslund Cemetery in Elbow Lake. He was born Sept. 16, 1905 in Sanford Township, the son of Mons and Hulda Johnson. He farmed in Sanford Township all his life. He married Josephine Milen on Oct. 18, 1947. He is survived by his wife; one son, Harlan; one daughter, Mrs. Roger (Luanne) Rollie, Fergus Falls; one brother, Einar, Elbow lake; and one grandchild. Visitation will be Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon and evening at the Erickson Funeral Home, Elbow Lake. Fergis Falls (Mi.) Joinal Fri., August 2,1974 2 Services Saturday for Keith Michaelson Services for Keith Michaelson, 31, who died in a car accident Wednesday south of Rothsay, will be held at the Bethlehem I-utheran Church Saturday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Otto Dale officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Michaelson, he was born in Fergus Falls Jan. 19, 1943, and graduated from Fergus Falls High School in 1962. He was married to Arlene Kollar Aug. 5, 1972. The couple moved recently to Carlisle. He was employed by the Fergus Mill and Supply. Surviving are'his wife, his parents, a brother, I-arry, and his grandmother, Mrs. Marie Michaelson, all of Fergus Falls. The Olson Funeral Home is in Charge of arrangements. There will be no reviewal. FARM-TO-MARKET Washington (AP) — One mile of country road in every five and one bridge in every six are rated "critically deficient" by the Federal Highway Administration, says Donald S. Knight, executive director of the Road Information Program. Farmers must truck their goods to market over 600,000 miles of rough, rutted roads and across 80,000 aging, narrow bridges, Knight says. Neglect of country roads and bridges inflates food prices at the consumer level, he points out. Today in history TELEVISION SCHEDULES By The Associated Press Today is Friday, Aug. 2, the 214th day of 1974. There are 151 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1934, Adolf Hitler became dictator of Germany after the death of President Paul von Hindenburg. On this date: In 1610, the English navigator, Henry Hudson, entered the body of water now known as Hudson Bay. In 1914, Germany invaded France, Belgium and I-uxembourg and Russia invaded Germany as World War I was building up. In 1927, President Calvin Coolidge said at Black Hills, S.D., "I do not choose to run for president in 1928." In 1939, Albert Einstein said in a letter to President Franklin Roosevelt that the U.S. should start an atomic research program. In 1959, Vice President Richard Nixon received an enthusiastic welcome in Warsaw, Poland. In 1962, former President Dwight Eisenhower was in Bonn, West Germany on a private visit. Ten years ago: Three North Vietnamese PT boats fired torpedoes and 37 mm shells at an American destroyer in international waters off North Vietnam, and the destroyer and U.S. planes returned the fire. Five years ago: President Nixon, arriving in Bucharest, Romania, proclaimed an American desire to live in peace with Communist countries despite ideological differences. One year ago: Cambodian government troops, aided by U.S. bombers, were fighting Communist forces near Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. Filing fee ruling set ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Ramsey District Judge Ronald Hachey is expected to rule before Aug. 9 on whether the Rev. I^onard Richard may file as a candidate for Congress without paying the $100 filing fee. Richard, from Keewatin, said he could not afford to pay the fee. He contended the "Minnesota law requiring the fee is contrary to a recent U. S. Supreme Court decision. Richard was one of two congressional candidates who tried to file without paying the $100. Hennepin County Atty. Gary Flakne allowed Joel A! Saliterman, St. Louis Park, to file without the fee. Secretary of State Arlen Erdahl refused Richard's application. Today's birthdays: Writer James Baldwin is 50. Actress Myrna Loy is 69. Thought for today: The best cure for insomnia is to get a lot of sleep—W. C. Fields, American comedian, 1880-1946. County board meeting MINUTES OF THE ADJOURNED MEETING OFTHE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OTTER TAILCOUNTY MINNESOTA Pursuant to ad[ourrvment, the Board oj County Commissioners ol Otter Tail County Minnesota met at 1:30 P.M.. June 25ih, 197J. all members being present. Motion was made by Hub Nordgren. seconded by John Snowberg • and unanimously carried, fo authoriie payment of SIJ,354 00 on a joint county- Perham Township road project, township to repay 17,17ft 00 of said payment, S3,589.00 in the year 1975 and S3.WJ.OQ in W76. Upon rrot'ron made by Hub Nordgren, seconded by John Snowbwg and carried, Charles Davis ol Parkers PraVw was appointed lo the Oiler Tail County Planning Advisory Commission to Fill Ihe uoexpjred term of George Revering. Upon motion made by Richard Dillon, seconded by Andy Lei left and unanimously carried, tne plat of Long View Acres was approved subject to the following conditions: "Res. Let A" be designated as an access Tot to the following back lots, Lors 1A and Lots 3 through, 14. Also said res. Lot A will not ce for sale and will not be built upon Ihe plat and deeds to each back tot involved shall so state these conditions. Motion was made by George Walter, seconded by Hub Nordgren and unanimously carried, granting permission to John Squire to convey ooe 100' wide rot, by metes and bounds descrfp lion, in Government Let 3, Section U 135 39. sa : d lot being called Lot j arxJ W 23' ot lot called 5 of 19W survey- Commissioner Andy Leitch introduced the (ol to wing resolution and moved for its adoption: RESOLVED by Ihe Board of County Commissioners of Otter Tail County, Mirj-*sota. that WHEREAS Ihe Board of County Commissioners of Otter Tail CC'/nty Minnesota has been presented witn a petition requesting trial the size of motors used on watercraf t on Clear Lake, Tumuli Township, Sections 73.U-J5 and 76, be limited lo a maximum ol W horsepower except on pontoon boats, in ordet that said lake might be preserved for its recrealfonal, fish-rig, scenic and wildlife values, and WHEREAS, Minnesota Statutes 361.26 provides that the Commissioner of Natural Resources may, if he determ'-nes it lo be in In* public interest, establish regulations relating to the use of wafer- craft on the waters of this stale, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners in and for me County of Otter Tail. State of Minnesota, that Ihe Commissioner of Natural Resources be and h* hereby is respectfully requested to laxe such steps as are required by statute to establish regulations relating to the limitation of horsepower of motors on water craft operating on Clear Lake, TLmuli Township, Sections 73-2435 and 24. m Ihe County cl Otter Tail. Motion lor adoption of tne Foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Commissioner Hub Nordgren and upon a vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof; George waifer, R.cftard Diiton. Andy Leitch, hub Nordgren and John Snow&erg and the foil owing voted against the la-ne. KXJB Ch. 4 Friday Night 6:30 Police Surgeon 7:00 Your Hit Parade 7:30 Good Times 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "The Legend 9:00 of Lylah 9:30 Clare" 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Movie: 11:00 "Premature 11:30 Burial" 12:00 Final Edition WDAY Ch. 6 Friday Night 6:30 L. Welk 7:00 L. Welk 7:30 Brian Keith 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "Kaleidoscope" 9:00 Movie 9:30 Movie 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Tonight Show 11:00 Tonight Show 11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Midnight Special Saturday 7:00 Lidsvilie. ' ., : 7:30 Addams Family 8:00 Emergency Plus 4 8:30 Inch High 9:00 Sigmund 9:30 Pink Panther 10:00 Star Trek Saturday 6:30 Summer Semester 7:00 Hair Bear 7:30 Sabrina 8:00 Scooby Doo 8:30 Scooby Doo 9:00 Favorite Martian 9:30 Jeannie 10:00 Speed Buggy 10:30 Josie & Pussycats 10:30 Butch Cassidy 11:00 Pebbles 11:00 Jetsons 11:30 Fat Albert 12:00 Children's 12:30 Film Festival 1:00 Wally's Workshop 1:30 Agriculture USA 2:00 Uissie 2:30 Women's Softball 3:00 Petti. Junction 3:30 Car & Track 4:00 NFL Action '74 4:30 Perry Mason 5:00 Perry Mason 5:30 CBS News 6:00 Hee Haw Saturday Night 6:30 Hee Haw 7:00 All in Family 7:30 M-A-S-H 8:00 M. T. Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 Barnaby Jones 9:30 Barnaby Jones 10:00 News 4"Tonight 10:30 Hudson Brothers 11:00 Hudson Brothers 11:30 Rock Concert 12:00 Rock Concert Sunday 7:30 Dwayne Friend 8:00 Rex Humbard 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:00 Lamp Unto Feet 9:30 Marshall Effron 10:00 Camera Three 10:30 Insight 11:00 This is Life 11:30 Face the Nation 11:30 GO! 12:00 Old Time 12:30 Gospel Hour 1:00 Baseball 1:30 Baseball 2:00 Baseball 2:30 Baseball 3:00 Baseball 3:30 Baseball 4:00 Untamed World 4:30 Nashville Music 5:00 Day of Miracles 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News-wthr-spts. Saturday Night 6:30 Sanford & Son 7:00 Movie: 7:30 "Honky Tonk" 8:00 "The Girl 8:30 on The I>ate 9:00 Late 9:30 Show" 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Bonanza 11:00 Bonanza 11:30 Weirdo Theatre 12:00 Weirdo Theatre KCMT Ch. 7 Friday Night G:30 L. Welk 7:00 L. Welk 7:30 Brian Keith 8:00 Movie: 8:30 "Kaleidoscope" 9:00 Movie 9:30 Movie 10:00 10 PM Report 10:30 Tonight Show 11:00 Tonight Show 11:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Midnight Special Saturday •• '7:00 Lidsvilie 7:30 Addams Family 8:00 Emergency Plus 4 8:30 Inch High 9:00 Sigmund 9:30 Pink Panther 10:00 Star Trek 10:30 Butch Cassidy 11:00 Jetsons 11:30 GO! 12:00 American 12:30 Bandstand 1:00 Baseball 1:30 Baseball 2:00 Baseball 2:30 Baseball 3:00 Baseball 3:30 Baseball 4:00 Wide 4:30 World of 5:00 Sports 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News-wthr-spts. Saturday Night 6:30 Adam 12 7:00 Movie: 7:30 "Honky Tonk" 8:00 "The Girl 8:30 on the Late 9:30 Late Show" 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Rod 'n Keel 10:45 Vacationland 11:30 "Four 12:00 Clowns" 12:22 News KTHI Ch. n Friday Night 6:30 Dragnet 7:00 Brady Bunch 7:30 Six Million 8:00 Dollar Man 8:30 Odd Couple 9:00 Toma 9:30 Toma 10:00 Mod Squad 10:30 Mod Squad 11:00 Scene Tonight 11:30 W. W. Entertain. 12:00 In Concert Saturday 7:00 Bugs Bunny 7:30 Yogi's Friends 8:00 Super Friends 8:30 Super Friends 9:00 I.assie 9:30 Goober 10:00 Brady Kids 10:30 Mission Magic 11:00 SuperStar Movie 11:30 Super Star Movie 12:00 American 12:30 Bandstand 1:00 At Issue 1:30 Animal World. 2:00 Movie: 2:30 "Night & 3:00 the City" 3:30 Movie 4:00 Wide 4:30 World of 5:00 Sports 5:30 Buck Owens 6:00 Thrill Seekers Saturday Night 6:30 Reasoner Report 7:00 Part. Family 7:30 Movie: 8:00 "When 8:30 Worlds Collide" 9:00 Owen Marshall 9:30 Owen Marshall 10:00 Movie: 10:30 "Blue Veil" 11:00 Movie 11:30 Movie 12:00 Movie 12:30 Night Owl Theatre KFME Ch. 13 Friday Night 6:30 Electric Co. 7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Wall Street Week 8:00 Masterpiece Theat; 8:30 "The Kdwardians" 9:00 Speaking Freely Stations responsible for changes. Saturday No Schedule Saturday Night No Schedule Sunday 7:00 Gerald Derstine 7:30 Gerald Derstine 8:00 Rel. Town Hall 8:30 Oral Roberts 9:00 Chal. of Truth 9:30 Day of Discovery 10:00 Rex Humbard 10:30 Rex Humbard 11:00 Messiah 11:30 Lutheran Church 12:00 Music & Spoken V, 12:00 Big Play \VT, Live Music at the Last Resort Sunday, August 4 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Otto Richter and his accordion I duly passed a-xJ adoo'eo !n:s 25th day of Jure, T974 Geo C. vva'ter Chairman ATTEST K W Hanson Moi'on was mad* by Andy Le-tcV seconded by John Sncwberg ard unanimously carried, to approve the aSO'icaf.On of Mary Ann Fr*nkl : n for license lose 1 1 non 'ntoxkaling malt I:QUOT at T»-< S'one Hearih :n Hobart Towr-sh o Upon rr-ot on made by R'chard Oi'lon, secorded by George Walter and man'mcitt'y carried, tre foi'OAing ao pJ-cat^r.s for ptrn-.t fo allow con SurrpT on and diSD'ay of into*lca'Ing malt Nqix* were approved Mary Ann Frankl ; n, The S'ore Hearth Hctwt Townsh ; p Floyd CoHKns. Co'lns Land'ng. Sta' Lake Townsf'p Arno'd He^cu i'. Balmoral Goit Course, Inc , Otter Ta l To*Tts 1 ^ip Ad nan iVestfrja'd. Last Resort. Elizabeth Townsnip Normar\ Cra:g, '74' C'ub. G rara Township Upon motion by R-chard D.llcn. secoacea by Hub Ncrdgren ar.d unaiimo'.siy carried. In* *as 12:30 In My Balloon 1:00 Celebrity Tennis 1:30 CBS Tennis 2:00 Classic 2:30 CBS 3:00 Sports 3:30 Spectacular 4:00 Spectacular 4:30 Little Rascals 5:00 News Retrospectiv 5:30 News Retrospectiv 6:00 News 4 Tonight Sunday Night 6:30 Apple's Way 7:00 Apple's Way 7:30 Mannix 8:00 Mannix 8:30 60 Minutes 9:00 60 Minutes 9:30 Maude 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Movie: 11:00 "The 11:30 Adding 12:00 Machine" 12:30 Meet the Press 1:00 Front Row Center 1:30 "The 2:00 Queen's 2:30 Guard" 3:00 Name of the Gam- 3:30 NBC Religious 4:00 NBC Religious 4:30 Jeanaie 5:00 Championship 6:00 Wild Kingdom Sunday 7:00 Ag. Ext. Service 7:30 Old Time 8:00 Gospel Hour 8:30 Homestead U.S.A. 9:00 Chall. of Truth 9:30 Messiah 10:00 Luth. Hour 10:30 Day of Discover)' 11:00 Insight 11:30 Meet the Press 12:00 Untamed World 12:30 Country Jubilee 1:00 Car& Track 1:30 Matinee: 2:00 'Pirates 2:30 of 3:00 Tortuga" Sunday 7:30 Hour of Hope 8:00 Old Time 8:30 Gospel Hour 9:00 Voice of Church 9:30 Osmonds 10:00 HR Pufnstuf 10:30 Make A Wish 11:00 Kid Power 11:30 Wrestling 12:00 Wrestling 12:30 Issues & Answers 1:00 Movie: 1:30 "Falcon & 2:00 the Coeds" 2:30 Navy 3:00 NFL Championshi. Sunday 3:30 "Poverty & Power 3:30 Lets Talk Racing 4:00 in Latin America" 4:00 Saint 4:30 NFL Action 74 5:00 Champ. Fishing 5:30 NBC News 6:00 Wild Kingdom 4:30 Saint 5:00 Award Theatre: 5:30 "Casanova's 6:00 Big Night" Sunday Nighl 6:30 W. Disney 7:00 W. Disney 7:30 Mystery Movie 8:00 Mystery Movie 8:30 Mystery Movie 9:00 Judy Garland 9:30 in Concert 10:00 News-wthr-spts. Sunday Night 6:30 W. Disney 7:00 W. Disney 7:30 Mystery Movie 8:00 Mystery Movie 8:30 Mystery Movie 9:00 TEA 9:30 Police Surgeon 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Red River Theatre 10:30 Masterpiece Theat 11:00 "Land of 11:00 "The Chase" 11:00 "Sun Down" 11:00 the 11:30 Movie 11:30 Movie 11:30 Pharaohs" 12:00 Movie 12:00 Movie 12:00 Movie Sunday Night 6:30 F.B.I. 7:00 F.B.I. 7:30 Movie: 8:00 "Jigsaw" 8:30 Movie 9:00 Movie 9:30 Weekend Report 10:00 Movie: 6:00 ZOOM Sunday Night 6:30 Journey to Japan 7:00 Evening at Pops: 7:30 "The Carpenters" 8:00 Masterpiece Theat 8:30 "Clouds of Witness 9:00 Firing Line ATTEST K W Ha-.son CUfk Geo C Wai'er CMaV.-nan THERE'S AN EASIER WAY—INSTALL A When the hot weather strikes, don't be glued to your fan. Enjoy the pleasure of cool comfort throughout your home! LENNOX AIR CONDITIONER NOW Knutson Heating-Air Conditioning 120 East Washington Avenue Phone 734 6734 Fergus Falls

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