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Fills (Mi.) iHTMl SM., August 24.1974 2 Bell Telephone asking |AT THE MOVIES! for new rate increase CLEAVON UTTLE stars as the Sheriff and Gene Wilder as his gin-gulping helper in "Blazing Saddles," Mel Brooks comedy Western showing through Thursday at the Fergus Theatre. The Warner Bros, film was directed by Brooks from a screen-play he wrote with Norman Steinberg, Andrew Bergman, Richard Pryor aid Alan Uger. Michael Hertzberg produced. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. told the Minnesota Public Service Commission (PSC) Thursday that it needs a substantially greater rate increase than it originally applied for. The company said an additional 14 per cent, or $7.7 million, in increased revenue was needed to cover the cost of the new wage benefits agreement recently negotiated by the Bell system with the Communications Workers of America. Bell had filed a $56.7 million request last April 18 and the new proposal raises that amount to $64.4 million. "Employment expense represents the largest single portion of operating costs which the telephone company has to 'AAailgirf does her thing LAKE GENEVA, Wis. (AP) — The advertisement is intriguing. "Take the mailboat cruise. Watch Linda jump the mail onto 55 piers while the boat moves." Jacob Ira Harsh services Tuesday Jacob Ira Hursh, 72, Henning died Friday at the Pelican Valley Health Center. Services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, Henning, with the Rev. Richard Jackson officiating. Burial will be in Inman Cemetery. He was born Aug. 4, 1902, in Inman Township, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hursh. He married Verona Fairbanks March 31,1942, in Minneapolis. He served in the Merchant Marines in California. He moved to Henning in 1944 and he has been in the Good Samaritan Center in Pelican Rapids for the past four years. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. James (Verna) Lindberg, Henning; a son, Richard, Los Angeles; six grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Fritz (Charlotte) Bertram, Ball Club; and Mrs. Mertie Apperlie, California. Arrangements by Belmont Funeral Home, Henning. Executive released PHILADELPHIA (AP) A 45- year-old executive has been released unharmed about 36 hours after he was kidnaped at gunpoint near his downtown office. A ransom was demanded by the kidnapers of Ernest B. Patterson Jr. but was not paid, the FBI said. The amount was changed several times, but was Finally set at $250,000. No arrests have yet been made. Patterson was released by his abductors on Friday night in suburban Springfield Township. He called his wife to tell her he was safe, then walked into the township police station, the FBI said. Patterson was abducted about 7:30 a.m. Thursday as he drove into the parking lot of the Arthur H. Thomas Co. from his Haddonfield, N.J., home. He is a vice president of the firm which distributes scientific equipment. Hed was released about 9 p.m. Friday. Two men, one of them armed with a revolver, ordered Patterson into their car and drove off, the FBI said. First word of the incident came an hour later when another company vice president, Roland K. Fortiner, received a telephone call and was told, "We have Patterson, Jr." Patterson's father, Ernest Patterson Sr., is the company president. The mailboat is the Walworth II, which carries boat mail and passengers on its regular pier- side route. It makes all mail deliveries to residents of this 28- mile shoreline during the warm months because it's quicker than the roadside auto delivery used during the winter. Linda is 23-year-old Linda Frame, the "mailgirl" who jumps from the moving boat. She stuffs letters into pier mail boxes for the residents and then dashes back down the dock to leap onto the boat which is moving about 12 to 15 miles per hour. The boat doesn't stop because it's primarily for sightseers and stopping would be too costly and tune consuming. "The driver doesn't stop or slow down for anything," said Linda. "If you don't make it, you get dunked. Then you have to run down the shoreline to get the boat at the next pier." The deck of the boat is level to the pier when Linda takes her jump, usually a couple of feet in distance. She hasn't been dunked yet in her two weeks on the job, is actually the second girl to "jump the mail," as locals call their deliveries. Elaine Kanelos, 18, who quit earlier this month to return to school in Colorado, was the first mailgirl in the 70-year history of the Lake Geneva mailboat. The lake is about 50 miles southwest of Milwaukee. She took her share of dun- kings, to the applause of the 100 or more passengers who jammed the boat daily to witness her heart-stopping pier-to-boat leaps that often left her sputtering in the water as the boat pulled away. Linda, who is paid $2.20 per hour for a 40-hour work week, said she enjoys the cheers and jeers of the tourists as she dashes and leaps her way through her two-hour mailboat run. And she says she doesn't mind delivering mail six days a week and then making the same run on Sundays to deliver newspapers. "I've always liked all kinds of sports, and this really keeps me in shape," she said. To Your Good Health By Dr. George C. Thosteson pay out of its day-to-day revenues," a Bell spokesman told the PSC. "We have pared expenses in every other way possible and we have reduced our construction program nearly $30 million from its original budget level this year," the Bell official said. "The only way available to us to recover the costs of the new wage-benefits agreement is through a rate increase." Bell says the total cost of the new wage agreement in Minnesota, based on the current level of employment will be nearly $12.9 million annually. "Labor contract expenses are a dearly identifiable msjor cost increase which we sincerely hope the commission will recognize as it considers the appropriate level of our rate increase," the statement released by Bell said. Meanwhile, Director Robert W. Mattson of the St. Paul Office of Consumer Affairs expressed opposition to the original rate increase requested by Bell. "The real question before the Public Service Commission is not how much Bell Telephone should receive, but rather who can show the most serious financial situation in today's economy, Bell Telephone or the consumer public," said Mat- Ison. Ford uses eyeglasses WASHINGTON (AP) America's nearsighted President had his eyes examined for contact lenses. But President Ford will have to make another trip to the Navy's regional medical clinic before being fitted with them. "I guess I'll be back," Ford said as he left the clinic after an hour's visit on Friday. "They are going to have to do some more." Ford, however, did pick up a pair of prescription sunglasses while at the clinic. Lawyers Continued from page 1 NO, IT'S NOT JUST AMATTER OF OLD AGE Dear Dr. Thosteson: I am going on 64, and while my health is good and I try to preserve it, I am worrying about the fact that old people lose control of their kidneys and bowels. Is this inevitable? Are there things I can begin doing now to delay or prevent this? It happened to my mother when she was about 77 and is one of the most distressful things I know about old age. — Mrs. A.T. You are in error — I'm happy to tell you. Such incontinence is not a "fact of old age." You had the experience with your mother; I can hardly deny it has been a distressing problem in nursing homes and elsewhere, but it is most decidedly not an inevitable event that comes with age. I could cite any number of people in their 80s and 90s to prove the point. When the problem arises, it is usually associated with some other disorder — a stroke, certain neurologic diseases, prostate problems, a "fallen bladder" which might better have been repaired surgically in earlier years. In some instances there may be nothing you can do not now to forestall such troubles, but there ar£ more situations in which something can be done. For men, attention to pnvstate trouble if it begins to evidence itself: for some, surgical repair of cystocele and rec- tocele if they are present; for SUNDAY SPECIAL! Quarter Chicken 2 Pieces of Quik Chik Chicken, Cole Slaw and Golden French Fries —Absolutely delicious! ALL FOR 419 WEST LINCOLN FERGUS FALLS JUST DIAL 736-3520 either sex, control of high blood pressure which can cause strokes. Even today too many people aren't aware that their blood pressure is above normal because they haven't had it checked. Dear Dr. Thosteson: Will you please tell me in plain English what pyelonephritis is? — S.A.M. Sure. It means infection in the kidneys and pelvis of the kidneys (the pelvis being a sort of collecting chamber). It's usually a stubborn sort of infection and not to be trifled with. When you think you have the infection under control that's when you should not get overconfident. Keep on with treatment after you think you have it whipped; otherwise it has an ornery capability of flaring up again. That's the plainest language I can think of. Meantime if you want more detail on the kidneys and how to treat them, 1 suggest my booklet, "Your Kidneys: Facts You Need to Know." Send me, in care of this newspaper, 25 cents and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope for a copy of the booklet. I^est I sound unduly flippant, I want to emphasize it: Kidney infection is a stubborn ailment, and not to be taken lightly. Dear Dr. Thosteson: Is there anything beneficial from using a rocking chair other than the relaxation derived? I recall President Kennedy used one, and I wondered if for a soecial reason. — T.Y. 1 don't know that the President had any special reason—except that he liked it. Physically, there's probably some small benefit. You usually keep rocking and gentle muscular action would benefit circulation a bit. But the main thing you gain is the relaxation. That's not to be sneezed at, as any doctor will tell you after he's spent years seeing patients who were nervously tense. Dear Dr. Thosteson: Are water beds safe to sleep on? I have heard that some people get arthritis from sleeping on the water. - Mrs. W.M. That's another of the silly rumors about water beds. No. they don't cause arthritis. Are you bothered with ringing in the ears? If so, write to Dr. Thosteson in care of this newspaper for his booklet, "Ear Noises — Their Causes and Cures." Enclose a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 15 cents. Mattson told the commission that the proposed rate increase would cost the average Bell consumer $16.80 per year. "The record clearly shows that Bell Telephone can meet all current expenses out of current revenues," added Mattson. "At the same time, many consumers, especially senior citizens and those on fixed incomes, cannot meet current expenses and are being forced to do without basic necessities." Mattson said that in the two years from December 1971 to December 1973, Bell Telephone had received a 43 per cent increase in net earnings. (First Publication Aug. 24, 1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FHeNo.41t« Stale of M innesota, County of OltCf Tallss. Drier for Hearing on Petition for General Adm iMiitr atitn . The Matter Of The Estate Josephine Dykhoft, Decedent. IT is ORDERED That the petition for General Administration filed herein and any objections filed thereto be heard on September 17lh, 1974, at IU:00 o'clock AM. by this court in the couthouse in The Cily of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, if proper, at said Time and place a representative will be appointed lo administer the estate, who shall collect all assets and file an inventory Thereof, pay all legal debls, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and lor the best interests of the estate. Upon completion of ad. ministration, the representative shall Me a final account for allowance and shall distribute The estate 10 the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all oiler acts lo close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors ol decedent file their claims In this court wilhln sixty (601 days from The date hereof and that said claims be heard on October 33rd, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A M. by this court in the courthouse in Ihe City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota Dated August 14th, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court Seal) Williams. Nelson 8. Nit! Fergus Falls. MN Attorneys In Of IFirsT Publication Aug 74.1974) IN COUNTY COURT FftOIATf OIVISIOM State of Minnesota. Counlyof CWfef Tail S3. OrttrferHMrinf on P«t,t>*> to Determine Dxce n! In Re Estate Of Selma Biorklund, Decedent V«H«I eiorklung having tiled in this Court a petition representing, among other things, I hit said decedent died in rtstile more than five years prior to the tiling thereof, leaving certain properly in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, and that no mill of said decedent has been proved, nor administration of her estate granted, in this Slate and praying That Ihe descent of said properly be determined and that it be assigned To the persons entitled thereto; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing (hereof be had on September I7ln, 1974. at KM o'clock A.M , before this Coin, in The County Court Room, in Ihe Court House, in (he City of Fergus Falls, M : n nesota, and That notice hereof be given by The publication of Ihis order in The Fergus Falls Daily Journal and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated August I9lh. 1974 Henry Pofkrnghorn Judge (Court Seal) Rufer. Hefle, Pemberton, Schulie 1 Sortie Fergus Falls, Minnesota 54537 Attorney for Petitioner [First Publical'on Aug 24,1974) INCOUN1YCOURT PROBATE DIVISION File NO. 4115! SlateofMinnesota, County of Otter Tailss. Order for Hearing on Petition (or Admission olWilltoProbite In The Matter Of The Estate Of Thora Christiansen, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED that tne petition for admission of will to probate tiled herein and any obiections filed thereto be heard on September 17th, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock AJVi. by this court in the courthouse in the Cityd Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, if proper, at said time and place a representative win be appointed to administer the estate, who shall collect all assets and tile an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and for the best interests of the estate. Upon completion of administration, the representative shall file a final account for allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by th» court and do all other acts to close the estate. JT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in this court within sixty (60) days from the dale hereof and that said claims be heard on October 23rd, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court in the courthouse in Ihe City of Fergus Falls. Minnesota. Dated August 19th, 1974 Henry Pol king nor n Judge of County court (Court Seal] Rufer, Hefle, Pemberton, Schulie & Sorlie Fergus Falls, Minnesota S6S37 Attorneys (First Publication Aug 17,1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FileNo 4ISII Stale of Minnesota. County of Otter Tail SS. Order for Hearing on Petition for Getter at Administration. In The Walter Ol The Es'ate Of Bor.n:e Olivia Arfsien, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED lhai Ihe petition lei general administration liled herein and any objections liled thereto oe heard on September lITlh, 1974, at 10.00 o'clocn A.M by Ihis court in ihe courthouse in rne City of Fergus Falls, M'rnecota. That, if proper, at said time and place a representative will be appo : nled to ad minlsler Ihe eslate. who shall collect all assets and lire an inventory thereof, pay an legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal properly as may be necessary and for Ihe best interests ol the eslate. Upon completion of ad ministration, Ihe representative shall lile a final account for allowance and shall distribute the estate lo me persons (hereunto enlitled by the court and do alt other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, thai creditors of decedent file ihe'r claims in this court within sixty (60) days from Ine dare hereof and Inat saio claims be heard on October I6lh, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock AW by Ihis court in the courlhouse in the Cily of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated August 7ih, 1974. Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court Seal] Mc(.arnan ft. Stefanson, Ltd Moorhead, Minn. 56540 Attorneys iFirsI Publication Aug. 17. 1974; IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File No-41947. Stateof Minnesota, County of Otter Tail ss Order for Hearing on Petition for Central Administration, in The Mailer Of The Estate Of Ernest Helleckson. Decedent. IT IS ORDERED lhai the petition for general administration filed herein and any objections filed thereto be heard on September lOlh, 1974, at 10 00 o'clock A.M. by this court in the courlhouse in Ihe Cily of Fergus Falls, M : nr>esota. Thai, if proper, at said rirr.e arid place a representative will be appointed to ad minister ihe estate, who snail collect all assets and tile an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal properly as may be necessary and for the best interests of the eslate. Upon completion of ad ministration, Ihe representative shall lile a final account for allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by ihe court and do all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in this court within sixty (60) days from Ihe date hereof and that said claims be heard on October 16th. 1974. at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by This court in The courThouse :n the City of Perots Falls. Minnesota. Dated August 8th, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court Seal) I. L. Swanson, Elbow Lake. MN 54131 Attorney (First Publication Aug. 10, 1974) INCOUNTCOURT PROBATE DIVISION FH«No.«mi Stateol Minnesota, Counlyol Otter Tail ss. Orderly Hearing on Petition lor CnserHAdminiitratuxi. In The Matter Of The Estate Of Elmer E Johnson. Decedent IT IS ORDERED that the petition for general administration filed herein and any obiections filed thereto be heard on September 3rd, 1974. at 10:00o'clock A.M by this court in Ihe courthouse in the City ol Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, il proper, at said Time and place a represenTative will be appointed lo ao minister Ihe estate, who shall collect all assets and lile an inventory thereof, pay all legal debls, claims, and taxes, and expenses ol administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and for the best interests ol the estate. Upon completion of ad- minislrailon, the representative shall hie a final account for allowance and shall distribute rne esTaTe to ihe persons thereunto enlitled as ordered by the court and do all other acts lo close the estale. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, lhat credilors of decedent file their claims in Ihis court within slxly (60) days from the date hereof and lhai said claims be heard on October vlh. 1974, al 10:00 o'clock A M. by tnis court in Ihe courlhouse in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota Dated August Sth, 1974 Henry Polkingho/n Judge (Court Seal) Rufer, Helte, Pemberton, Scnulie & Sorlie Fergus Falls, MinnesoTa 56537 Attorneys (FirsT Publication August 10,1974) IN DISTRICT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY Of OTTERTAIL Tamarac XV Club, Inc., a Minnesota corporation. Plaintiff, vs. Beulah E. Frost, Defendant. SUMMONS THE STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon plaintiff's attorney an answer to the complaint which is herewith served upon you which is on file in the office of Ihe cterk of Ire above- named court witnin 20 days alter the service of this summons upon you. ex clusiveot the day of service. If you fail to do so fudgment by default will be laxen against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. This action involves, affects, or brings in question real property situated in the County of Otter Tail, Stale of Minnesota, described as follows: Governments Lots one (1), Iwo (2) and three (3), ana the west half of the Northeast one quarter, all in Section 23, Township 132, Range 41. The oblecr of this action is specifically enforce lease and other relief. LEVIN B. ROHLEDER, LTD. By (s) Kenneth J. Rohleder Attorney lor Plaintiff 620 Commerce Build r,g Sainl Paul, Minnesota 55101 274 3J41 TELEVISION SCHEDULES KXJB Ch. 4 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 WDAY Ch. 6 Saturday Night 6:30 Sanford 4 Son 7:00 Emergency 7:30 Emergency KCMT Ch. 7 Saturday Night 6:30 Adam 12 7:00 Emergency 7:30 Emergency KTHI Ch. 11 Saturday Night 6:30 Reasoner Report 7:00 Part. Family 7:30 Prime Movie: KFME Ch. 13 Saturday Night 'No Schedule 8:00 Pre Season Foottx 8:00 Pre^Season Footba 8:00 "Apache H*7n HA mmi O.OA %*: : — ~— -- r . . 8:30 Miami 9:00 at 9:30 Los Angeles 10:00 Football 10:30 Football 11:00 News-wthr-spts. 11:30 Gamer Ted Arm n : 30 Bonanza a remark con- 12:00 *<><* Concert 12:00 Bonanza Nichol found temptuous. Means twice called government witnesses "liar", and spectators on two occasions shouted out in protest. But Friday was the first time the judicial seas got rough in both the court and spectator sections at the same time. Louis Moves Camp, 22, Rapid City, S.D., was testifying a third day about his experiences at Wounded Knee, S.D., which was occupied by AIM and its sympathizers 71 days last year. He has said he got fed up with AIM "ripping off" people at the Indian reservation village and offered himself early this month as a government rebuttal^ witness. Kunstler pumped hundreds of questions at Moves Camp on the young Sioux' third day on the stand. Ferretting through earlier testimony and Moves Camp's account in FBI interviews, Kunstler caught him up in several inconsistencies. Mostly, Moves Camp would reply, "Thank you for refreshing my memory. I'm not perfect." Or, he said, the FBI agents, stenographer or Kunstler had misinterpreted what he meant. The attorney questioned Moves Camp about what the witness thought was a meeting of some 15 persons from foreign Communist parties with AIM leaders. He said it took place in the village and that the outsiders had posed as newspaper reporters to get through government blockades. Kunstler suggested he was confusing them with personnel of the Justice Department's Community Relations Servide (CRS). The spectator murmuring broke out at that time, and the judge ordered marshals to clear one row he found particularly offensive. Kunstler and Lane led the defense protect to Nichol. Also joining in were attorney Kenneth Tilsen and Banks. When the two chief lawyers kept on, Nichol ordered marshals to arrest them. The 54-year-old Kunstler, his brow furrowed, tossed a pencil to the floor in disgust "I don't care," his bass voice boomed. "I'm going to resign my practice." The judge got irritated with Kunstler shortly before, when Kunstler tried to enter in evidence a paper Nichol called "the rankest kind of hearsay." Kunstler wanted it to buttress his contention Moves Camp was mistaken when he said Means was in Wounded Knee when U.S. Marshal Lloyd Grimm of Omaha, Neb., was wounded by gunfire from the village Mar 26, 1973. The attorney referred to it as an "official Army paper." 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