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Economists look to new hope from Ford By CHARLES WHITE AsMeUted Press Writer Business leaders and economic experts are hopeful that the nation's fiscal picture will brighten in the wake of Pope sends his wishes VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI sent best wishes and blessings today to President Ford and "all the beloved American people." "As you accede to the presidency of the United States of America, we assure you of our prayerful good wishes and we gladly invoke upon you and all the beloved American people an abundance of guiding and strengthening blessings," said the text of the telegram released by the Vatican. Sen. Hatfield not expecting a nod for VP SAN FRANCISCO (AP) "I'm not holding my breath " said Sen. Mark Hatfield, R- Ore., a possible candidate for vice president, when asked if he expected such an invitation from President Gerald Ford. "I would think the President would be more likely to consider people like Edward Brooke, Richardson or Rockefeller," Hatfield told an airport news conference here Friday. Brooke is a Republican senator from Massachusetts, Elliott Richardson served former President Nixon as U.S. attorney general and Nelson Rockefeller is the former Republican governor of New York. Hatfield said the nation was in need of "a national tranquilizer," and added he expected Ford to "reassure the people after a difficult time," much as President Eisenhower did. Victor Olson dies Victor Olson, Mayville, N.D., the father of Mrs. Patrick O'Brien, Fergus Falls, died Thursday in Mayville. Services wili be held Saturday at 2 p m at the Mayville Lutheran Church. (First Publicaffon August 3.197J] IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION StateolMinnwoTa, CountjrotoiTef Tail ss. Ofcfer for Htiring on Petition I or Probate of Foreign Will, Limiting Time to File Claim land for Hearing Thereon In Re Esiate Of Morris Joe Brownslein. a!» known as Marris j, Brow,5lein. Decedent. Authenticated copies of me last w.ii of safd decedent and of tne instrument as mining it topro&atr in me Supfr'-or Court rn the County of Pima and the State of Arizona having been filed with The Petition of Abe Browr-stein praying for Jhe allowance of w'd Will in rhis Court and for the appointment of Abe Brown stein as executor. IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereat be had on Augjsf 77tn, I;M. at lOiOCo'clock. A M , before tnis Court in tr* probate court room : n the COJT! house in the City of Fergus Falli, M:r.neiDta; trial the fime within wriicn credilori of saia decedent may file their claims be limited to 60 days from tne dale nerraf, and that the claims so filed be heard on Oc'ober 2nd. W*. at 10-00 o'clock A M . before this Court in the probatf co-jrt rocm in tne co-jrt home in tr\e City of Fergus Falls Minnesota, and tnal not'ce hereof be given by publication of tnis order In ihe Fergus Falls Daily Journal and by mailed notice as pro viced by law Dated July 2*tn, 197J Henry Pou,nghorn (Court Seal) Karl ins, Grossman, Karlirs. 5:egel & 512 Builders Exchange Bu ; ia r.g ATfcrn-ys for Pelif;ooer. President Nixon's resignation. But they coupled their optimism with a wait-and-see attitude towards the economic policies that the Ford administration will adopt. James H. Needham, president of the New York Stock Exchange, said, "The rapport that Vice President Ford has with the Congress bodes well for the economy." Predicting some improvement in the stock market and the outlook for investments was Hendrick Houtthaaker, a former member of the presidential Council of Economic Advisers who is now teaching economics at Harvard College. However, Houtthaaker said interest rates probably would nol be affected — "A lot depends on what President Ford says about economic policy after he is inaugurated." Ford has had no opportunity to comment on economic policy beyond expressing opposition to wage and price controls, said Houtthaaker. "If he introduces a positive program, it is possible he will get a good deal of support, as part of the usual honeymoon a new president gets," Houtthaa- ker said. Edgar B. Speer, board chairman of U.S. Steel Corp., said, "Being the great nation that we are, I am certain we will quickly adjust to a new administration without disruption of the country's economic and diplomatic life." The president of the Bank of North America, A.W. Clausen, said, "With the air now cleared, we fervently hope the new administration, the Congress and the people of the United States will unite to concentrate on the Number One domestic threat,-which is inflation." University of Chicago economics Prof. Milton Friedman said the important question is whether Ford's new economic policies will increase the influence of the presidency, because government spending has been controlled by a Congress he described as reluctant to take strong anti- inflation steps. "Nobody is willing to bite the bullet," he said. "I think the people are ahead of their political leaders. I think the public would welcome a strong policy. They are so fed up with inflation they would not panic." (F.rsl Publication Aug. id. i?/J) IN COUNT COURT PROBATE DIVISION Slateo) Minnesota, Cowtyof Olier Ta=lss. Order for Htiring on Petition lor General AeJminislraTton. tn The Walter Ol The Estate Of Elmer E. Johnson, Decfdenf IT IS ORDERED that the peliCon for general administration liled herein and any objections lilw tnereto be heard on September 3rd, l??j,at 10 Wo'clocV AM by Ihis court in Ihe courthouse in ihe Cily ol Fergus Falls. Minnesota. That, il proper, at said time and place a representative wilt be appointed to ad minister ire estate, who shall collect all assets and file an inventory thereof, pay all legal deals, claims, and taxes, and expenses ot administration, and sell such real ana personal property as may be necessary and for iheoesl interests ol tr-e estate. Upon completion of aa ministration, ihe f epreseniaiive shall file a final account for allowance and shall distribute tne estate to the persons thereynto entitled as ordered by tne CELT) and do all orr.er acts 10 close tn* estate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, thai creator* of decedenl Me their cta'ms in inn co-jrl within sixty (60) days from (he date hereof and thai said claims beneard onOctoijer 91h, W7j,al lO.OOo'clocX AM. by thii court in the courtnouse in the C ; ty of Fergus Falls. AV'nnesofa Dated August itn. 197^ Henry Po<kipgr^rn JL-dse (Court 5wl> Ruler, Hef:e, Pen-berton, Schu'ie i Sorlie Fergus Fal.s. Minnesota 54537 Afi'ornevS AUCTION The undersigned will sell at Public Auction a) D. R. Tatcott cottage "4 mile north of Junction of Hwy 78 & Lakeside Drive on Battle Lake on Friday evening, August 16 Commencing at 6 p.m. o'clock sharp 14-Ft. Starcraft aluminum boat 9 1 /2 Johnson outboard motor Boat lift Frigidaire frost-free refrigerator Maytag portable washer, 1 yr. old Kitchen table & chairs Metal utility cabinet Utility table Roll-a-way bed 2 Chests of drawers 2 Beds, complete 2 Overstuffed chairs 2 Hassocks Platform rocker 2 Floor lamps AirWay vacuum cleaner 9 x 12 Rug Garbage disposal 2 Electric clocks 20 in. electric fan Kitchen utensils Step ladder Power lawn mower Depth finder 16 ft. Aluminum extension ladder Saw horses Misc. lawn tools USUAL TERMS D. R. Talcott Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer First National Bank, Battle Lake, Clerk Ironing borad Rocker TV trays Iron Army cot Radio Toaster Misc. rugs f "t" filli «"-m"m 1974 2 NEEDA POLE BARN? SEEUS... STENERSON LUMBER CO. 505 S. Cascade Fergus Falls Phone73«-20l8 Many Sizes Some Models as Low as . S18.95 VICTOR LUNDEEN'S Office Furniture Heavy rain hits Oklahoma areas JAT THE MOVIES) By The Associated Preu Flash-flnnH ivaminoc u/^ro ic I By The Associated Preu Thunderstorms lingered over half the nation today after dumping almost 9 inches of rain on parts of sunbaked Oklahoma. Garber, in north-central Oklahoma, had an unofficial count of 10.63 inches of rain; Pawnee reported 8.7 inches and Hominy 7.5. CHARLES BATm Battft wins high award for service Sgt. First Class Charles A. Battit, a resident of Fergus Falls the past six years, was presented with the Meritorious Service Medal in a ceremony at Kargo recently. The second highest decoration that can be given to a noncommissioned officer for meritorious service, the medal was awarded in recognition of his service as the Army's senior guidance counselor at Fargo since August, 1972. Battit entered the Army in 1954, served in a number of units as company clerk and served in Japan. Assignments included service in Minneapolis and a tour of duty in Vietnam before he came to Fergus Falls in 1968 as a field recruiter and later as the station commander. Two years ago he was promoted to senior guidance counselor in Fargo. He and his wife are now making their home in Columbus, Ga. Policeman is killed DELRAY BEACH, Fla.(AP) — A 33-year-old member of this oceanside city's police force was shot to death early today as he sat in a squad car writing out a report. Police said Patrolman John D. Kennedy was killed by a single bullet behind the left ear. "He probably didn't even hear his murderer," Lt. Lorenzon Brooks said. Kennedy, a veteran of almost 10 years on the force, is survived by his pregnant wife and five children. (First Publication Aug. 10,19MI NOTICEOF INCORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a certificate of incorporation inder the Laws of Ihe State ol M-nnesoia dated Ihe 73rd (fay o! July, 1974, has been duly issued by the Secretary ol Stale ot the State of Minnesota for the incorporation ol Blanchard Land Co. Tne corporation was lormed for general business purposes, and its registered oflice i; located at 10? North Mill, in the city of Fergus Falls. Minnesota. The name and address of the incorporator is Jerome M. Reinan of 221 Alia Visla Court, Fergus Falls, Min nesota. The loreqoing together with Jerome Ricks of Elbow Lake, Minnesota constitute ttie tirsl board of directors of said corporation. Dated: July 31, 1?7J Jerome M. Reinan [First Publication August 10,197.1! IN DISTRICT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATEOF MINNESOTA COUNTY OFOTTERTAIL Tamarac XV Cluo, Inc., a Minnesota corporation. Plaintill. vs. Beulan E. Frost. Defencanl. SUMMONS THE STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon p*aintiffs attorney an answer to the complaint wlvch is herewith served upon you which is on file in the office of the clerx of the above- named court within M days after the service of Ihis summons upon you, exclusive of Ihe day ol service. II you fail to oo so judgment by c'efaull will be laVen asamsl you-for the reliel demanded in the complaint. This action involves, affecls, or orircs •n Question real properly situated Li the County of Otter Tail. Slat- of Minnesota, described as follows: Governments Lo!s one (II. two (7t and three (3>, and tte West half of tn« Northeast ore quarter, all in Section 23. Township 137. Range Jl. The object of this action is specif caily enforce lease and other relief LEVIS 1 ROHLEDES. LTD. By Is I Kennetn J. Rohleder Attornty for Plaintiff 620 Commerce Building Saint Paul. M.nnesot3 5S101 22-1 33/t —THE WEATHER Aug. Weather 1973-74 -H13— /ft. 79 85 86 93 75 90 85 84 75 Min 57 54 63 63 68 65 62 65 56 Pep 0 0 .01 T .12 1.18 .55 .03 .10 Aug 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 wj* 85 67 72 80 85 84 81 82 71 Min 57 54 2. 45 50 56 57 60 59 62 . Pep 0 .00 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 Flash-flood warnings were issued for 13 counties and some roads and highways were closed. But there were no reports of injuries or major property damage from the downpours Friday. The Western and Northern Plains to the middle Mississippi Valley, the Middle Atlantic States and parts of the South also were wet. Salisbury, Md., was soaked in 2 inches in six hours. In Colorado, marble-size hail pounded Cheyenne Wells and snow dusted some northern mountain passes. Winds of 60 miles per hour hit Peublo, Colo., and blew through Amarillo, Tex., at gusts of 66 miles per hour. But the skies were generally fair over the Southeast, northern Pacific states, the Great Lakes and New England. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 90 at Needles, Calif., to 39 at Rock Springs, Wyo. Jos. Felix Sub-station observer National Weather Service NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms spreading over the state today, continuing today and mostly in the east portion Sunday. Highs today and Sunday 70s. I>ows tonight upper 50s and low 60s. North Dakota: Partly cloudy west to cloudy east with a chance of showers or thunderstorms east today. Highs mid 70s. Partly cloudy tonight with a slight chance of showers east. Low upper 40s to lower 50s. Increasing cloudiness with a chance of showers moving across the state Sunday. High lower to mid 70s. South Dakota: Variable cloudiness with scattered showers or thundershowers east and scattered showers ending west. Partly cloudy west tonight and variable cloudiness east with scattered showers ending. Partly cloudy Sunday and cool. Highs today upper 60s to low 70s. Lows tonight mid 40s to low 50s. Highs Sunday upper 60s to mid 70s. Extended forecast Minnesota: Partly cloudy and cool Monday through Wednesday. Chance of showers Monday and Wednesday, mostly east and northeast. I/>ws in low 50s north, upper 50s south. Highs upper 60s north, mid and upper 70s south. North Dakota: Little likelihood of precipitation Monday through Wednesday except for a chance of showers southeast Tuesday or Wednesday. Highs in the 70s, lows 50s. South Dakota: Chance of showers west Monday, west and central Tuesday and over state Wednesday. Lows in low to mid 50s. Highs near 60. IFirst Publication July 27,197J) IN COUNTY COURT PROB1TE DIVISION File No. *1»74 StateofAVnnesota, County of Oiler Tail ss. Ordtrfor Hearing on Petition <or General Affmmisrrjfion. In The Matler Of The Estate 01 Maria Owergaard. Decedenl tT IS ORDERED that Ihe petition for general administration filed herein and any ooieclions filed thereto be heard on August Ktn. 197J. at IJkOOo'clock A.M. by Ihis court in the courthouse :n Ih.e City ol Fergus Falls. Minnesota Tnaf. if proper, al said time and place a representative will oe appointed to ad minister the eslale. who shall collect all assets and tile an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, cfa : ms. and taxes, and excwses ol aa ministration, ara sell sucn real and oersonal property as may be necessary and for Ihe best nterests ol me estate Upon comprelion of administrat'on. the. representative v^all Re a final account for allowance aid shall d-stribufe the estate to the oersons trereunto entiiled as ordered by it-e couri arvd do an other acls ID close Ihe estate. II IS FURTHES ORDERED, that cred.tors of decwenl I,It tue'r claims in tnis court witlvn sisty (601 days from the dale hereof and that said claims be heard on September tttn. 1J74. at 10:00 o'clock A.M.ty this court in tne courthouse in Ihe City of Fergus Fails. \Vrresofa Oaled July 16th. 1974 Henry Polk nqhorn Jod;e (Cojrt Seall Field Arvesen. Donono. Lu->deen & Hoff Fergus Fails. .Minnesota Attorneys IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION ritHIHl S'3t»of V "^«n-3. CCUT.ty of Otter Td I SS Order For Hearing on Petition lor icmiss'on olw.llto Probate ;n The .Va'tf Of 7ff EMa'e Of Inomar \' Dra*ten. Detwent IT IS ORCESEO <-,,< .he peMfcn tor aanvu-on o' v. .1 :i orcxwie HIM nerein and any ooiect or, f .. M , hEre . 0 M ^,3 on 4u9rti 2C-h. r,7l. at 10 JOo'clock A M by If.s court ,n Ire «„«••(,„« .n tne City ol Fergus Farj V n-«c'a TM: ,, croee*. at sa a -.r-.e g-^ ciace a rcprnen'ai.vi ». :l te acwin'eo to K> n n.iler tt-e n>»:, »v> snj-i «HKI a'l a«et! and l.le an .nven'cry thereof, pay a:i legal detjt^ c'a T-S 3-0 'axes.' and real a-n p*rsjrai c-coe-ty as"ay"be •wnsar, a-vj I* iff b«> .rieresli ol tne es ate ucci cc-rp-et on of ad i-.-ns rat on I'f rec.-«er'a-se ya'l (i'e a f nac acco-jni for a!i c *ance *xl sran O'lrtaje th.e «ta>« ., .» f p^.^ a.-xl dc ...^ a * o'^ed Cf the court IT js FURTHER CRDE^E'D"^! creo.tors ol decedent Me -her clams in £;.?:?' ? '" n i '" ty w: ca>s lrom "* M'pweofsio-ihaisaac'a -nsbeneard & V ty t fc .is cc^rt/i the CO jr-hcuw .1 th.e City of Fergus ea*s V-p-evsla Dated July I4'h. 1S7J Herry PoJk.nc.'xjrn Max Bear appears as a devoted husband fo Joan Blackmail in '' Gurney asks dismissal county court County Court news Thursday incorrectly reported charges made against Kim Douglas Biederman. He forfeited $68 for speeding. He was not charged with driving while intoxicated. He was not fined $300 nor given 90 days nor required to attend a safety seminar. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) —Sen. Edward Gurney, R-Fla., has filed a second motion asking dismissal of a federal indictment charging him with conspiracy, bribery and perjury. Gurney, the first senator in 50 years to be indicted while in office, contended in a motion filed Friday that the indictment is vague and ambiguous and fails to allege an offense against the United States. In a previous motion for dismissal, Gurney said the grand jury that indicted him on July 10 was illegally constituted. Gurney also has moved for separate trials on each of the various charges. He has also requested a trial separate from six oj-defendants in the count charging conspiracy to raise a $233,000 fund for Gurney upon promise of influence in government housing contracts. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET (Augusts) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP)-Wheat receipts 361 year ago 373; Spring wheat cash trading basis down M; prices down 17-23. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 4.55-5.04. Test weight premiums: one, cent each pound 58 to 61 Ibs; one' cent discount each ^ Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein prices; 11 per cent 4.55-4.60; 12, 4.57-1.62; 13, 4.72• 4.74; 14, 4.87; 15, 4.96; 16, 4.995.00; 17, 4.99-5.04. No. 1 hard Montana winter 4.22-4.90. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 4.17-4.79. No. 1 hard amber durum, 6.50-7.25; discounts, amber 50; durum 75-1.00. Corn No. 2 yellow 3.42-3.43. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.66. Barley, cars 180, year ago 109; Laker 2.73-3.60; Blue Malting 3.45; Dickinson 2.73-3.60; Feed 2.25-2.72; Rye No. 1 and 2 2.70-2.88; Flax No. 1 11.35; Soybeans No. 1 yellow 7.69'/4. NEW YORK POULTRY MARKET (August 9) 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: An active interest to buy consumer sizes was left unfilled. Most sellers were looking to make sales on a contractual price arrangement Widespread retail promotions center on consumer toms, mostly at 39 cents. Some chains were interested in securing needs for Labor Day advertisement. Sates: None. KXJB Ch. 4 Saturday Night 6:30 Hee Haw 7:00 All in Family 7:30 M-A-S-H 8:00 M. T. 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