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Aittay Holper services Monday Anthony (Tony) Holper, 55, Perham, died Friday in Fargo. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Henry's Catholic Church in Perham with the Rev. Robert Landsberger officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. He was born May 15,1919 in Wadena, the son of Peter and Lena Holper. He married Olive Huebsch Nov. 12, 1941 at St. Lawrence Church in Otto Township. He was employed as office manager of Schrmtz garage in Perham. He is survived by his wife, Olive; one daughter, Mary, Clara City; two sons, James, Cypress, Calif.; and Michael, Perham; two brothers, Ambrose, Denver, Colo.; and Ralph, St. Louis Park; two grandchildren. Visitation 2 - 5 and 7 - 9 p.m. Sunday at Schoeneberger Funeral Home in Perham. Karl Mundt dies at 74 \j±j THE MO VIES I Area-w ^ e WAS INGTON (AP) - For- have coined the historic phrase „!...__ ' I *rrftO|l|nfl Cf*t Sf*nt ^ (AP) - mer Sen, Karl E. Mundt of South Dakota, an ally of Richard M. Nixon in the anti-Communist battles of the 1950's, is dead at 74. Mundt died Friday at Georgetown University Hospital here of a heart ailment. The former Republican senator retired in 1972, three years after suffering a stroke. He had been in Congress 34 years, including five terms in the House. Mundt was acting chairman of the House Committee on Un- American Activities during its hearings in 1948 on the case of Alger Hiss. Former President Nixon, then a young congressman from California, was a member of the committee and came to national prominence through his work on the case. • Mundl and Nixon did most of the congressional sleuthing in the case. Mundt is reported to Health care changes studied ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - A Minnesota Senate subcommittee is considering six proposals for easing the financial burden of health care costs and making more health services available to rural area. The subcommittee headed by Sen. George R. Conzemius, DFL-Cannon Falls, has conducted four hearings with four more scheduled as the panel begins to zero in on possible legislation. Among the proposals are: —A state rate review agency to regulate hospital charges to patients, such as already exists in the state of Washington. —Legislation setting up a catastrophic illness insurance plan, to which both employers and employes would contribute, that would pick up medical costs after a certain point in very expensive illnesses such as heart attacks and cance. cases. —Changes in liability laws to make it more difficult for patients to win malpractice suits against doctors. —Changes in the medical practice law to "allow nurses Man killed near Glenwood GLENWOOD, Minn. (AP) — A single-car accident near Glenwood has claimed one life, raising the 1974 Minnesota road toll to 426, compared with 599 on this date last year. The State Patrol said Wesley Gunderson, 20, rural Brooten, was killed Friday when the car he was driving left Minn. 104 and rolled over. He was alone in the car. (hirst Pjbl'ca* ; ori A-J9-JSI 3. 197J1 IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION - State ol Minnesota. COjn'yol Otter Ta : l ss Order for Hearing on Petition lor Probate of ForeignWill,Limiting Time to File Claims arid for Hearing Thereon In Re Es'ate CH .'.'.orris Jo? Brow-ste.r a.SO kncAn ai> r.'.a--.s J B-oV.TISte n. Dececer.t A'.-'r=-i:.:3'ea cop es c'. ir-e last W 'I of E3'3 tieCeCC^l' 3-°3 Ol t^e nslrurrent a3 mitt r.g it to p-obaie ii tr*e Super io' Coj't in t^e Cojr.t,- o! Pins anc ire State ct Arizona riav.r:; f«r- lilea w-tn t-,e Pet.I on of -be Brc*rvstein pra> tig tor f.e ai:ov.arce ot sa ; i >?:••'.'• in tiiv Co.-'t anc For :r-e aEPCT.t-rent of Aoe Bro^Ti n is ORDERED. Tfai -re hear : no ihtreol se riac o- ~i,gjst ;?th. '.57.:. a: 10 Xo doc*. A.'.', be'oretn's Cojrt .1 *^e probate co^rt roo~ if tre ccu't nsuse -i tt-.e City oi Fergjs Fa'.s. V'rnesota. t-iat t^e t.T.t .'. 't-in A- c 1 -. crec tors sf sa a cececenl rra f l^'e 're r c'a ~is oe .n-.itec to &C cays ircrr. -re aa'e r.er eel. ar^a tf-a* the c'a rrs so fiiec be rea r d on October >-.5 NTi at '0 •>:• O'C=O:K A 'f. . Deiore tr.isCc-rt n T.? c-ooa t e cou't roo-i n t--c COC'J <-O^'Se •-"' '.'•'f C't| Ct --C<C«S Falls V neso'a ano t K e' -ot.re r.erecl oe Fe'gjs Fa'is Da , _o- r r.a' a-^3 bv ^a 'ea r.:* ce as p'Crf.aec c/ la* Dates Ju', ?J-- : 57i Ht-r.ry PD ^ nonorr. and other para-professionals to do more." —Changes in the health insurance laws to encourage insurers to put pressure on doctors and hospitals to hold down costs. —A new type of scholarship aid for medical students who agree to practice at least a few years in a doctor-short rural area. At a subcommittee hearing Friday, Conzemius said 80 per cent of the hospitals in Minnesota have responded to questionnaires for data on their costs and charges. He said he expects the other hospitals to answer soon, with survey results to be released next month. In testimony before the subcommittee Friday, a St. Paul physician said Minnesota radiologists earn an annual salary ranging between $50,000 and $70,000. Dr. John Coleman of the St. Paul Radiology Clinic stressed that medical societies have grievance committees and other mechanisms to guard against radiologists charging outrageous and unjustified fees. There was discussion about the difference in fees between metropolitan and rural radio- Igists. Coleman said an urban radiologist can make much more money than a rural radiologist. Watered gas complaints made WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey has asked the Federal Energy Administration to check complaints of gasoline watering in the space wake of last winter's energy crisis. "Even my own car doesn't have the same kick," the Minnesota Democrat said in making the request of energy chief John Sawhill. Sawhill said Friday his agency will investigate, but added that he has received no indication of water being added to gasoline. the historic phi "pumpkin papers" for documents relating to Hiss which Whittakcr Chambers kept in a hollowcd-out pumpkin on his Maryland farm. Hiss, a former State Department official, was convicted of perjury for swearing under oath that he did not pass secret information to Communist agents. Mundt and Nixon also jointly sponsored a bill to recjuire registration of Communist party members. It passed the House but failed in the Senate. I jter, the main points of it were incorporated into the Internal Security I-aw of 1950. Mundt authored the legislation which created the Voice of America, saying a Kuropean trip had convinced him of the need to broadcast American views to listeners abroad to counteract Soviet propaganda. In the Senate, he served as temporary chairman of the Investigations Committee which held hearings on the dispute between Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wis., and the Army. He was an early advocate of nuclear weapons control, saying that without such curbs "civilization will crash in atomic war." Mundt, born in Humboldt, S.D., was electee! to Congress in 19M after serving as a high school superintendent -and chairman of the speech department at Dakota State College. Mundt never appeared in the Senate chamber after his 1969 stroke. Twenty-six months after he was stricken, Senate Republicans took the unprecedented step of unseating him from three key Senate committees, opening the way to promotion for junior senators. Mundt is survived by his widow, the former Mary E. Moses. They had no children. Oliver Reed is Athos, Michael York is D'Artagnan, Richard Chamberlain is Aramis and Frank Finlay is Porthos in the new all- star version of Alexander Dumas' "The Three Musketeers" showing thru Thursday at the FERGUS Theatre. Today in history Final plans for a glaucoma screening program were made at a meeting of representatives from the 16 area Lions Clubs at Battle I^ke recently. The screening program to be held at the Fergus Falls Junior High School Saturday, Sept. 7, will be free to all area residents over 35 years of age. Glaucoma screening is not a complete eye examination, but it can detect a tension or hardness in the eyeball that requires further examination by an ophthalmologist. The test itself is quick and easy. The ophthalmologist (M.D.) on duty painlessly measures the eyeball pressure from the outside of the eye. Best cook Provision has been made in some of the area towns for transportation to elderly, handicapped and other persons who cannot make their own travel arrangements. If transportation is needed people may contact their local Lions Club. The area Lions Club involved are Fergus Falls, Rothsay, Elbow I^ake, Perham, Vergas, Parkers Prairie, Battle Lake, Ashby, Dalton, Hoffman, Deer Creek, Pelican .Rapids, Breckenridge, New York Mills, Frazee and Henning. The 16 area clubs, along with the Minnesota Society for the Prevention of Blindness, the committee on ophthalmology for the Minnesota State Medical Association and the Minnesota state services for the blind are sponsoring the screening program. Fergus Falls (Mi.) Journal Sat., August 17,1974 2 Rochester burglary ring broken up ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) A burglary ring has been broken up with the arrest of six teenage boys, Rochester police said Friday. Another juvenile and an adult were expected to be arrested soon, police said. A police spokesman said the burglary ring, primarily involving youths aged 13 to 16, was believed to be responsible for 26 break-ins in Rochester in the last four months. Police said the burglaries involved more than $2,000 in cash and several hundred dollars worth of merchandise from Rochester businesses. Most of the loot has been recovered. By The Associated Press Today is Saturday, Aug. 17, the 229th day of 1974. There are 136 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1940, Germany announced a total blockade of Britain in World War II. On this date: In 1648, Oliver Cromwell defeated Royalists under the Duke of Hamilton at the Battle of Preston in England. In 1786, the hero of the Alamo, Davey Crockett, was born in Tennessee. In 1863, federal batteries and ships bombarded Ft. Sumter in Charleston harbor during the Civil War. In 1879, the French Panama Canal company was formed under Ferdinand de Lesseps. In 1940, Wendell Willkie accepted the Republican nomination for president and challenged President Franklin D. Roosevelt to a national debate. In 1943, in World War II, Allied forces gained complete control of the Italian island of Sicily. Ten years ago: Congolese Premier Moise Tshombe, appealed to five African nations to help put down a rebellion in the Congo, and the Unted States said it would respond to an appeal and provide a few light bombers. Five years ago: Hurricane Camille slammed into the U.S. Gulf Coast. Some 300 persons were killed as the storm battered five states One year ago: The Pentagon announced that the Soviet Union had successfully flight-tested missiles with multiple warheads that could be directed to separate targets. Opal Hayes doesn't fix fancy gourmet dishes, but she may be one of the best cooks in the nation. Miss Hayes, born on a central Illinois farm 77 years ago, has been winning blue ribbons at the State Fair since 1933. Strawberry preserves, peach cobbler, apricot butter, jelly rolls, green beans, applesauce, sweet cucumber pickles, fruit cookies, raspberry jam, cherry pie — all the bounty of the nation's heartland is prepared in Mrs. Hayes' kitchen. She won 38 blue ribbons this year with her 53 entries, competing in all but the breadbak- ing contest. "You can't get good flour any more," she said. "They've taken everything out of it that makes bread taste good." On the $ local scene Fire destroys barn City firemen responded to a firecall at 1330 Harmony Place, about 5:30 p.m. Friday. An old, unused barn was set afire apparently by children playing in or near the barn. The barn was destroyed. A damage estimate was not available, according to a fire department spokesman. To Your Good Health By Dr. George C. Thosteson TELEVISION SCHEDULES SHOULD SHE STAY ON HER RIGID DIET? "First Pi;Sl.ca: on «L-g i;.l??i' IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION F.leNo.41?41 S'ale ot .'Air.ness'a. COI-nty 01 Clter Ta I SS Oroer lor Hearing on Petition lor General Administration. T'e Varer C' Tr-* Es'a'e 01 S:x i ao™* i s'ra' or. t/ec r? . Sectenoe- <^TV IT,** at 1C >j ocicc - '.'. -> :*-. s cojrt .1 'r-e cc_''r-c_se r -r C •> c< Fergus - a .s '.' -i-esc'a ~-a' prccer. a' sa 3 tirr.p ar-d D 3:e 'eoresenta- \e .\ !> ce apso.r.'ea tc a ~vr s'fer t-e esta'e ^--o s."a'i cc 1 ?c' a asse's a-v: 'i'e ai -^^tory trereof a i icca aes's oa r-.s a-xl i<j*es e»r>:r.ses o' a-~ ~ stra' >-.. a"3 se rfai ata ce'scia "ocert, as TS ea, TUESDAY SPECIAL! 4 HOT DOGS FOR 99* QUIK STOP 419 West Lincoln Fireproof Safety Chest Some Models as Low as .S1895 VICTOR LUNDEEN'S Office Furniture es'a'e Uco" cc— z\s'. 01 ct 33 rr r-..i*ra' On. !r.? reprtrber,'.V- v e ST-a ' 2 a i'r.B^ie "e cVd'e 'o •"• cf^w-^ :re'tJ^'c er' T-*3 t, -^e '. = --' e-v c^ ? cr-er ac's 'o c os» *-e eVi'? = T ^ PU^T'-'ES 03DESED ; ~ = ' crec ';X5 o* detecc^f ' e "e r C'=.r-s " sa'e r-preol d'-a iraTsac^a^^w ~CJ F C or. Ckioc-e' li'f '"- f '' y. c :'•?:*. C-'T ;* "er^-s = a i V ^"es:'3 Sa'W -,c,s' ""- '"HC--.-S ^^'ii -c-?'- Dear Dr. Thosteson: After having had diverticulitis a few years ago but having been in perfect health since, is it necessary to stay on the following diet? No nuts, grapes, raisins unless seedless; no uncooked fruit or vegetables; no corn because of the skin on the kernels, or skin of prunes unless mashed; no tomatoes or cucumbers unless seeds are taken out first. Is any cereal all right to eat if put in milk? — Mrs. S.E. Since you are in good health and have no symptoms related to the diverticulosis, 1 see no reason for you to avoid foods that contain bulk — which applies to most of your question. In fact, in recent years a totally bland diet has been losing favor for diverticulosis and diverticulitis, and patients do better with more bulk in their diet instead of little bulk. Cereals should not bother vou, IN D1STRICTCOURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF OTTER TAIL T a^ara: XV Clv>2. In; . a .Vinnesola ccrtxxa'iy.. D ia-ntill. %s Bevia 1 " E Frosv Detendar.t SUMMONS THE STalE OF V.INNtSOTA TO THE AFOVF •.iV.-IO DFFFND1NT v o_ are ^fre"v S-JT. i-.ened and reQj'reo '3 ie'i e uooo p;a nrifl s aito'rey ar ais.'.er 1C l^e ccrv^la n' v.t-..cti .s PerCA.-" Eer^eD JDOO >0'j *\n;tn 'S on file .r !re otf.ce ot :i~c clerK c' 'ne above iMr^ea cccrr v.ijr. r rt cj3>s after ti-.e ser.Te of -.'s si-r.irO"S L-poo you. ex : -_we ->i f"e cav of ser\ ce it >oj fa ' fo cj so LC;^-en' &. c^'ao't v..i; be 'a^en a^a -V v." 1 . ':* '^e rei.e' cerianded 'n trie tc-rra ^ Tr 5 action in.o •. ev a"ecls. cr brings •i =•.-.•$• on rea' r'cceMy s-'uated ; n the Cc*--> c' C"-?' 13 S'are of v rnesota. c-:-s" t-^c fS 'c D.\s C-I^frT-^-s LC'S ore - 1 .-. 'A3 .2* ?-v: '"e? .3 3-d '--e v.est ra f of -c \:'^-:asr o^e c_a-er. an n Se.' or ;; TcA r s"> D li? Sange - 1 :--: CE -x* ct 'r J act'^ s scec f caMr ^-•crce ?as-? 3^d c 1 --:- re e' IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FiieNo.«ii<; S'a'ec* '.' ----tsfa Cl-"» C' C"£" ~ ? SS O^Cfr lor Hearirq on Pel. iron for c»-.e-e' a^~ - s'-a' o- ' ec a-, ci.eci crs ' ec "•e-e'o -f SK-e-se- '.:•!• '<<>"' '-• •'. V --esc'a fS'-C ISCOUNTCOURT PROBATE DIVISION File No. 41935 i'a*e :' v — esc'j Order Ix Htt ci Petition i Ge-erai Adr,:nntr, '-e v.v-e- C 1 T ~? ET, r.9 r e?'ese--'o' .e A ' ~c'e : o f i ct 33 -ese<->a'.\e s.'a f -e a i r.a a;:oj-* 'or s'c*a r <e a-x3 s-a d s'r.b-_'e "e «ta*e 'c t-e oe'scri t-.erej-'= e-*.' n as c^c^ed bv t-e cc.'f and do a o'-er acts :: c'cse * v e es'a'e IT is FL.STHE» ORDF.RED 'fa' cred.'ors c' cecece"' ' 'e *"e r c a ~s - th.s court vt f'f- s TV 60 csavs fro—- '^e da'e p-erwi a-d 'fa' sa 2 c a ---s be tea'd <r Ocfocer If. '.»;* a' '0 DC c'c'cck A V. oy 'h.s C0i.rl ' 'he co^'1-C^se >r. 're CiV of Fergjs Fa' s. V 'r.evo'a Da-eo A.jsvst V-. '.«' Menrv Polr r.crorr JixJ^e I Com I Sea : : I L SA-ansor EltO*. Li'.c. V.N '.6531 Atlorr.ey cerg,s - s 1 s AllOrre.S and indeed some specialists in this problem have even had patients eat a certain amount of bran. Tomato and cucumber seeds are soft and I doubt if these will cause you any trouble; 1 woulS, however, avoid seeds such as those in blackberries, raisins or grapes. You might do well to be cautious about corn. But keep this in mind: the final decision has to be made on the basis of results. If some food item begins giving you distress, avoid it! Dear Dr. Thosteson: What are the causes or symptoms of glaucoma? Is it curable? Is it inherited? What is the treatment? If you have a booklet on it, I will send for it. — E.G. The cause of glaucoma is not usually apparent — and un-. fortunately the symptoms in most cases are not recognized by the patient until the condition is advanced. It amounts to an increase in pressure inside the eyeball, and given time this pressure will destroy eyesight, so it is a dangerous condition. It can be detected, however, quite readily by a simple medical test which measures pressure in the eye. If pressure is excessive, then the use of drops, and in some cases eye surgery, can reduce the pressure and prevent the damage. Yes, 1 have a booklet which tells you what to do in case of cither cataracts or glaucoma and I recommend that you read it. Send 25 cents and a long, stamped, self-addressed return envelope to me in care of (The Daily Journal) for it. Dear Dr. Thosteson: Would you write whether you think a lazy eye that wanders only when my granddaughter (10 years old) is tired or nervous should be operated on? She has tried glasses and exercises but they do not help. — E.T.S. This is the kind of question I can't undertake to answer, first because I would want to know a good deal more about her condition before forming an opinion, and second land more important) I think this should be answered by an op- thslmolosUst. Eye specialist, that is. Dear Dr. Ttiosteson: Is it true that the greatest danger of pregnancy is right before one's period and right after it? Also is it true that the older a woman is. the less chance that she will have a child? — A.D. First question: no. those are the times of least risk. Second question: fertility declines with age. but not usually noticeably until the late 40s as a rule. Diverticulosis is a bulge in the digestive tract. To learn more about it, write for Dr. Thosteson's booklet. "Don't Let Diverliculosis Throw You," care of this newspaper. Enclose a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 25 cents. 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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