The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on August 2, 1974 · Page 13
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MOBILE HOMES NEW MOBILE horn* pick at for vale or rent NOTICES I BUY, sell and trM* all of Rt . 1 Scientists eye oil-eating bug DON'T BU.Y a n«w mobll* homt until you s*e how^ you can choose from double widen. 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 734-70*7. REPOSSESSION l»72 Arctic mobile home, 14 x 70 3-bedroom with skiing and house type casement windows, completely furnished, delivered and set-up for J5,9»5.00. Small down payment and very small monthly payment. For more information call credit manager 412-762 1112. 1949 12x« all set up In Green Acres. Skirting and entry way. Red River Mobile Homes, Breckenrldse Phone 643 5878. MOBILE HOME Anchoring and Skirting. Call 6-3217 or 6-3979 after 6:00. NO DOWN payment! Take over payments. 14x70 House of Harmony, like new, 3 bedrooms, bath and >/», separate utility room, patio door. Call 739-2357 for appointment. TAKE OVER the easy payments on this 2 bedroom Skyline, 14x64. Double insulated, fully carpeted, birch paneled, furnished, washer and dryer. All in first class con ditkxi. 739.9022. FOR SALE: 1968 Detroiter, 12'x56', 2 bedroom, center kitchen. Phone 867-2355, ask for Mike or Phil. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom double wide mobile home with nice lot. Call after 5 p.m. 8637461. REPOSSESSED, 1973 3-bedroom with front utility. Will finance, call Collect 218.736.7565. MEET ME at Lunde's Cafe. MAKE YOUR hard earned dollars work even harder! invest In contract for deeds that pay 10 per cent interest, monthly checks, short 7345489 LakC Regl0n Realty> HAVE A happy day! Ken end VI Hoff Amway Distributors, 736-3079. STELLA FROM Warroad please write me. Vern Tennant, 3111 Lobard, Everett, Washington. CALL FOR bids for painting exterior of Trefoldighed Church of rural Battle Lake. The bids to be received by August 10, 1974. Bids to be sent to Gayland Fronnlng, secretary. Route 1, Bailie Lake. Phone 747 2738. Board reserves right to reject any or all bids. MY OFFICE will be closed August 3 11. Or. W. E. Christianson. By GORDON ROBINSON HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) — The arthrobacter may become the main weapon in the battle to keep Bermuda's famed pink-and-white beaches free of globs of tar which wash ashore from Atlantic shipping lanes. For several years now, the pollution has become an increasing nuisance to residents and tourists alike, as tankers persist in flushing out their bilges at sea despite growing worldwide concern over ocean pollution. In the main, this mid-Atlantic British colony's waters are still clear and sparkling, but lumps of tar are soiling bathers' bodies and clothing. The government has two says that the bug is inexpensive team has concluded that $00,000 on conviction in to cultivate. It can clean out Bermuda has more of a tar magistrates court and there is half of a 125,000-ton oil tanker's pollution problem than the U.S. ballast-loaded bilges in less East Coast because it is closer than a week. When the oil is to the Sargasso Sea, which sucks in water from the rest of the ocean. The water cools, sinks and moves back out but the tar stays, stuck to the seaweed Fergis Falls (Ml.) riina) Fri.,*>jusl2,1974 13 Junior Editors'Quiz on gone, the little bug dies of starvation and turns into instant high-quality fish food. Use of the arthrobacter may prove to be profitable to tanker owners, and that could be the no limit on fines which may be imposed if a case is dealt with in Supreme Court. The government can take control of a ship which is spilling oil into the ocean, and the Minister for Marine and Ports is empowered, in ex- PHILATELISTS clincher in having it employed and later washes up on Berin the fight to end oil dumping muda beaches, at sea. The bacteria, set loose in empty tanks, do their job so which grows in the Sargasso treme cases, "to order such a vessel destroyed. The Biological station . , -. ,. . . beach-cleaning machines in u ^ estimated tj, at onjy Meanwhile, the Bermuda research has determined that government has gained detergents used to fight oil parliamentary approval for a pollution kill algae — the first well that tanks would not have new act which strengthens its step in the food chain which to be washed and scraped powers to deal with oil spills in begins in the sea and extends to periodically, as is now the case, local waters. If the bugs were generally accepted by tanker companies, most of Bermuda's beach tar problem would be solved at its Offenders can be fined up to does not. man's dinner table — while oil FOR SALE -MISC. IRON PORCH and stair railings. Kimber Awning. FIREPROOF CHESTS. Lundeen & Co. Victor FOR SALE: 1974 28x36 3 bedroom double-wide home. All electric, for a low $10,995. Will finance, call collect 218.7347545. REPOSSESSED, 1973 14x60 mobile home. Will finance, call collect 218 734-7565. IF YOU would like 6 acres of woods and privacy with an outstanding 14x70 home within 4 miles of town call Jensen Realty today. 736 4812, evenings 739-3H4 or 739-2505. COUNTRY LIVING This excellent 14x48 3 bedroom mobile home comes set up with 16x16 patio deck, 12x12 insulated entry, 1 acre of land and privacy. 2 miles from town and all for $10,900. Call Jensen Realty today to see. 736 4812, evenings 739-2505 or 7393124. "SLIGHTLY DAMAGED -- Bendix double wide 24' x 46'. Future Homes, 1 block East of I 94 on 210, Fergus Falls, Minn." | HELP WANTED | SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS Openings for both men and women desiring part-time income. Terminal located on end of East 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 736-7211. WAITRESS COUNTRY Kitchen, country mile West of Fergus Falls. APPLICATIONS NOW being taken for kitchen help. Apply in person. Becker's Supper Club. HOUSE CLEANING lady wanted part-time. Call 734 5530. FULL OR part-time fry cook from 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. Standard minimum wage. Mills Cafe, New York Mills, Minn. Phone 385-2405. EXPERIENCED TRUCK drivers for Nationwide driving, requires Class A license, ICC physical and good driving record. For more information call Roger at 218.4811018. LEATHER BILLFOLDS and purses. Double A Western Shop. 6x9 VINYL tarps, M.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 Ctiristenson Refrigeration Sales & Service, 313 S. Mill. 736-3744. JAEGER'S FURNITURE I, CARPET Drive a little and save a lot. Save- Save-Save at Jaeger's Furniture and Carpet, Highway 210 East, Fergus Falls. Phone 734-3046. OVERWEIGHT? LOSE ugly fat with the Dladax plan. Reduce excess fluids with Fluidex, White Drug. FOR SALE: Reconditioned washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, electric ranges. Guaranteed. Christenson Refrigeration Sales & 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 64690. HANDICRAFTED ORIGINALS at The Cedar Chest, 112 West Lincoln, below Champ's Shoes, Fergus Falls. CRAFTSMAN 25 inch riding lawn mower and '63 Chevy, powergllde transmission. 7363379. DILL FOR sale, 1102 E. Alcott, Fergus Falls, 734-4642. FOR SALE: Bell and Howell stereo, 8-track. AM FM radio, turntable and speakers, excellent condition. Very reasonable. 7364755, after 6:00. constant use but they are barely able to keep abreast of the problem. But now, the arthrobacter has been discovered by microbiologists at Tel Aviv University and Bermuda is interested in finding out more about the tiny oil-eating bug. Discovery of the arthrobacter has intrigued a team of scientists at the Bermuda Biological Station who are probing the islands' pollution problem. One of them, Byron Morris, 30 per cent of the world's tankers flush their bilges at sea, but they produce 70 per cent of the pollution problem. It is also estimated that between 100,000 and 200,000 tons of tar are today floating on the surface of the North Atlantic, increasing at an annual rate of 250,000 tons. Closure of the Suez Canal, which drastically changed tanker routes, is believed to be the chief reason for this. The Biological Station research 27. Cravat 29. Satellite CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Gallery 5. Fairy queen 8.Evergreen 11. Hebrew month 12. Unfortunate 13. Mineral H. Only 15. Relaxation 17.Migratory 19. Voungster 20. Small anchor 24. Bright 32. Mornings 34. Gazelle 35. Greek letter 37. D.D.E. 39. Concerted 44. Meat packaging material 47. Mud 48. Frigate bird 49. Heavy weight 50. Weather satellite 51. Korean soldier GOB L3HH QQaB (DHIIS OH SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PIJZZIE DOWN 1.0 mega 2. Aroma 3. Song retrain —j—•— Here's the Answer By ANDY LANG The job can be hastened APNewsfeatures somewhat by using a rented Q. _ We want to take off the steamer. Steam emanating wallpaper in one of the rooms of from the portable unit softens an old house we have just the glue, but here, too, the bought Can you tell us an easy difficulty of the job is determined by the number of layers way to do it? A. — No. There is no easy way if it's ordinary wallpaper. But if you are lucky and there is only a single layer of paper, it won't be as difficult as if there are two or more layers. Some paper will yield to hot water and a sponge, soaking small sections at a time. A wallpaper remover is more effective. In either case, scraping with a putty knife is necessary. The scraping must be done while the area being worked on is still wet The more layers of paper there are, the more soaking and scraping will be required. If the paper has a plastic coating, you may have to slice the paper at various places so that the water or remover can get underneath to soften the old glue. OPEN HOUSE 2 STAINLESS steel milk strainers, half price. Phone 734 4482. FOR SALE: Four 13xt5'/: ET Mags, Uniluo., for a 70x13 Goodyear Polyglasstire. Call 7363281 after 6. FOR SALE: 3 girls' bikes. Two 26- inch and one 24-inch, S10.00 each. Call 7365257. BE GENTLE, be kind, to that ex pensive carpet, clean with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, SI. Kordel Furniture, Fergus Falls. OPEN HOUSE Open House Bridal Shower for Linda Winterfeldt, August 61h, 7-9 p.m. at Faith Lutheran Church. LOST& FOUND FEMALE GOLDEN retriever puppy from Foxhome area. 643 3585 Reward! that must be removed. It must also be pointed out that the steam that comes out of the machine will fill the room or even the house with water vapor, so it is important that there be as much ventilation as possible while the project is in progress. Note that at the beginning of this reply it was said there is no easy way "if it's ordinary wallpaper" that must be removed. The one time removing wallpaper can be relatively easy (not always, but most of the time) is when the paper is the heavy type made with fabric or other material with a special backing, the kind often used in kitchens. This type usually can be peeled off much as you might take off adhesive tape. Two extra tips: (1) if the wall is wall board rather than plaster, go easy on the amount of water used and be extra carefulhandling the putty knife; (21 consider the possibility of putting the new paper over the old if the latter is soundly attached and in good condition. 30. Spanish 52. Leaf cutter 4. English fiver rivers 53. Span 5. National Guard iM rr % *M 30 is W W t8 5t tt< 25 y/ HG $ U W 1o 19 % 3i 39 ^ W ft 7/< 7/< * 2-f % 34 f9 52 2 ) 3i % HO % a i? 2O f/ A 33 r^ W # fa fa 16 *9 ^ SB 147 bo S3 i fa l*L 2H % m fa a % 4X rO & 23 fa >*3 Par time 26 min. AP Newjfeature* 82 6. Sheltered 7. Nictate 8. One addressed 9. Blunder 10. Tiny 16. Stalk 18.Toper 21. Follow 22. Sticky stuff 23. Last queen of Spain 24. Clumsy boat 25. Arrowroot 26.Exceed 28.Renowned 31. Railroad siding 33. Enjoy a winter sport 36. Foreign news agency 38. Ant 40. Presently 41. French river 42. Thefiear 43.Juncture 44. Title 45. Pair 46. Long-haired ox QUESTION; What is a philatelist? * * * ANSWER: A philaielist is a student of postage stamps. Collecting stamps has been a popular hobby for many years. People of all ages, rich and poor, engage in this interesting hobby. Great .Britain issued the first postage stamps in 1840. The first issue of United States postage stamps appeared in 1847. By 1860, almost every country used stamps in payment of postage. Stamp collecting started shortly after the first stamps were issued. It became a recognized hobby in the !850s. The first printed catalogue was issued in 1861; the first album in 1862. Stamp collecting enhances a knowledge of history. Collectors concentrate on the stamps of various countries or air mail or commemorative stamps. Issues showing bridges, ships, railroads and animals are of interest. Some people collect stamps of a certain color. The value of stamps depends on demand, rarity and condition. King George V of England and Franklin D. Roosevelt were ardent collectors. Queen Elizabeth II of England owns the most valuable private collection. 8-2 (Craig Seastrom of Muskegon, Mich., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 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.) HAGAR THE HORRIBLE &BT TO THE BOAT, OUR TROUBLES WILL BEUS/ WHERE Tr4£Y APE [4otiV/ BLONDIE WANTED: RN-LPN,all shifts open. Need one RN night nurse. Call collect 732-3311, St. Joseph's Hospital, Park Rapids. Ask lor Sister Margaret Smith or Mrs. Eving. MAN WANTED for harvesting now until freeze up. James Klein, Breckenridge, Minn. 643-4551. OPENINGS NOW and for winter season. Waiters and waitresses (will train), afternoon, evening and weekend shifts. Dishwasher: nigrits. Apply at the Ottertail House, west end of Otter Tail Lake. POSITION OPEN for full-time or part-time Program Directors and part time bookkeeper at the Red Cross office. Must be interested in people. Inquire at Red Cross Office in Courthouse or phone 736-3481 before August 10. FRIG1DAIRE DISHWASHER, $40.00. Kitchen table, (20.00. Swing set, S10.00. 734.5100. NEVER USED Ping-Pong table, $35 00. Phone 6.25B1. TRAVEL DINING, DANCING COUNTRYSIDE 194 Skelly. We appreciate your business. Come and see Ruby & Cy. TEN MILE Lake steak House. Open 7 days a week. Dalton 589 8845. AIRLINE TICKETS and reser- valions same price as the airport. Darby Travel Bureau, 736 5424. HEATING LP GAS and appliances. Local Gas Co. Ph. 734-5421. NEED FUEL? Dial a warm number. 65429. Becklund Rian Oil. Q.—Where should louvers be located in an attic? A. — At both ends of the house as high in the attic as possible. Figure out the square footage of the attic floor. Take the figures to the louver dealer and ask him for the proper size for an attic with that much square footage. JUST BE PATIENT; DEAR—I'LL HAVE IT H=M r IN A SECOND -^ BEAT IT/ I DON'T WAMT ANY/ m WANT TO hire: One half time custodian for Dalton Elementary School Apply to James R. Neuman, Assistant Superintendent, 600 Friberg Avenue, Fergus Falls, Minn. STUB'S DINING Hah and Beer Garden open Monday through Saturday. Enioy the outside, inside Stub's Beer Garden featuring Friendship 8:30 p.m. to 1:00 on Friday and Saturday, August 2 and 3. Free admission to the garden for ladies Mondays through Thursdays. Paul Dube eniertaining in ttie piano bar in the lounge on Thursday, August 1. WANT TO RENT TRUCK DRIVER Semi experience necessary. Operating in 6 slates, above average wages, home weekends. Phone 218-734.4811. MUSICAL INSTR. 1 BEDROOM apartment for 1 working girls. Call 6-4959 or 6-2744 after A p.m. WANT TO rent: 3 bedroom un furnished house in or near Fergus Falls Call 739-?233, exl. 391. TEACHER AND family want to rent house in or around Fergus. Tom EcPiman. 2931 Aldrich Ave. South. Minneapolis. 3 PART TIME service positions available beginning September 1. Are you interested in working 2 hours a day? Shifts will be 6:30 8:30 p.m. or 10:30-12:30 or 4:30 10 6:30 p.m. i? 71 per hour. Applications accepted through August 9. Contact Alvi Borgen, Fergus Falls State Hospital. 739.2J33. HELP WANTED at once: Eleo trolux, world's largest selling cleaner needs representatives in surrounding areas. No experience or investment needed. Part or full time. Write Electrolux, 414 W. Stanton, Fergus Falls.or phone 739 2263. Equal opportunity employers. FULL.TIME OFFICE secretary. Ptione 7347303 for interview ap pointment. FOR SALE: York trumpet, cheap. Phone 736-2929. FOR SALE: Selmer Bundy trumpet. Sliotitly used, excellent condition. Phone 734 59M or 734-5352. FOR SALE: Tenor sax. Call 6-7803. FOR SALE: Bundy clarinet, good condition. Phone 589 8648, Dalton. Minn. SHOPPERS GUIDE TYPEWRITERS. Lundeen's. A LWAYS B Sure C Suhr. PROFESSIONAL MAN wilh lamily wishes to rent 3 bedroom home in city. Phone 736 4858. BUSINESSOPPOR. CHEM-GLASS excellent op. Portunity, in non competitive field. Guaranteed process. Repairs auto glass, eliminating replacement. Income 1500 • S700 weekly average. Small investment. Call Mr. Knight collect 612.835-1315. DRY CLEANING business for sale. 117 N. 4ih. Breckenridge, Minn. Business telephone 643 4911, after hours 643 50S6. NEED A second income? Phone 7363079. '**** PART TIME SERVICE station attendant. Apply in person North Union Texaco. LADY TO do ironing. Phone 6 4780. DISHWASHER WANTED. Apply in person. Big Chief Cafe. JOURNAL ADS bring results! LANDSCAPES, GARDENING TYSVER LANDSCAPE Nursery and Garden Center. Complete nursery and garden service. AUTHORIZED 1 AWNBOY Sales and service. Johnson Repair Shop 736 3949. Auction Directory MONDAY, AUGUST 5 - MRS. DARREU, SHEQUEN, Ui miles east of Bertha. 12 Noon. Bob Eldred & Jim Henry, auctioneers. (Farm) SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 - JULIAN THOMPSON, 361 2nd. Street Northeast, Barnesville, 9:30 a.m., Charles Clauson, auctioneer (Antiques) SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 — CARL & ALBERT HAFSTAD, 13 miles Northeast of Barnesville, 1 p.m., Norman Solum 4 Dean Sillenid, Auctioneers (Farm) WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 - MILTON ERICKSON, ll'.i miles Southeast of Doran, 4 p.m., Dean Sillerud 4 Norman Solum, auctioneers (Farm) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 - KENNETH J. ROSTAD, Section 32, Maine Township, Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Dairy & Farm) ** * * Q. — Is it true that what is sometimes called cherry wood is really red gum? A. — It may be true in some cases, but reputable dealers do not misrepresent. Actually cherry wood is a lustrous reddish brown. Red gum has the same color tone but is rather dingy in appearance. Where purchasers go wrong is in failing to note the word "finish" in advertisements, regardlessof the type of wood that really is used. For example, a "mahogany finish" wood is not mahogany. A "maple finish" wood is not maple. Q. — I bought a house with a swimming pool which has a cover on it. After I take off the cover, what steps (other than a chlorine treatment, which I know about) should be taken to prepare the pool for use? A. — After taking off the cover, clean up any debris. Turn on the skimmer, which you should have or get, but also dip out any bigger pieces by hand. Vacuum walls as necessary. With a vinyl-liner pool, this will be needed heavily only at the water line. Concrete pools should be drained, all surfaces thoroughly scoured and washed and repainted as necessary. You might consider a new gadget that combines skimming the pool, drawing in the water and passing it through a filter, then distributing it, fed full of chemicals, through the mixing stream to the pool again. BOY.'AM I EVER *~> GLAD I'M MOT MARRIED TO THAT AMAZON BEETLE BAILEY FOZ6OT HENRY TIGER The cities of Rio de Janeiru and Nitcroi in Brazil are linked across Guanabara Bay by nearly nine miles of bridge, the fifth'longest in the world. TURN THAT OWES UP INTO A

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