The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on August 24, 1974 · Page 4
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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INMEMORIAM MUSICAL INSTR. nswer, call 734.7421. CUSTOM MADE drapery shop located in Erhard. 842-5321 Free estlmales. FOR EXPERT repair on small engines ol all makes, see Verne at Otler Tail Co-op Oils, 203 W Washington. FRIBERG'S UPHOLSTERY Shop Materials on hand. 734-7956 or 739-" EDDIE'S INSULATING Service Blown insulation in old and new homes. Phone 734 4743. In loving memory of ilFI\ LEABO Who passed away August 24,1971 Time takes away the edge of grief. But memories turn back every leaf. Sadly missed by Dorothy and family FOR SALE: Used guitar and amps. Ideal lor beginner. Call 739-2307. 'Tackles' cartoon planned F»pt MI (*.) ,1974 7 BUILDINGS •FOR SALE: Ideal wood-frame building for use as lakeshore "col- 1 tage or rjame formerly . th.s Kallaway" Ski Lodge located near Pelican Rapids on the Maplewood Slate Park Property, approximately 24'x54 ; with an upper addition about 14'x20'. Must be moved. Call Sieve Van Drake at 218443-2471 days. PERSONALS NOTICES LIKE TO bowl? Phone 736-3333. SUNBURN? SKIN disorders? Try Toco-Derm Vitamin E cream, 1260 IU per tube at White Drug. Join a league CHUCK'S UPHOLSTERY, 1223 N Union. All types of furniture, oflice and home. Car and truck seats Many fabrics to choose from. Telephone 736 6580. CUSTOM BOBCAT and Backhoe work, landscaping, excavating, trenching and manure loading. Call A-l REFRIGERATION and Appliance Service. Guaranteed service on all major appliances Phone 739-2364. BARRY'S EXCAVATING-septic tank Pumping—sewer system- basement— trenching—landscaping—gravel—black dirt. Call Underwood 8266474, Maine 495 3209. SEPTIC TANK and farm liquid pit cleaning. Larry Van Ryswyk. 747. 2024, Ashby. HIGHEST RATES on insured savings. Fergus Falls Savings & Loan. MEET ME at Lunde's Cale. HAVE A happy day! Ken and Vi Holl Amway Distributors, 736-3079. FULLER BRUSH Products sold at Falls Barber Shop. LAKE REGION Pioneer Threshermen's Assn., Dalton, Minnesota. September 6-7-8. Enterlaining on Saturday night, Barber Shop Chorus and the Barber Shop Bells. ALL ELIGIBLE students may pick up their bus passes for free in-town transportation al the school they will be attending next fall, begin ning at 1:00 and all next week. WANT TO BUY SMALL APARTMENT Size gas stove. Phone 734-7941. WANT TO buy: 21 inch Model T wire spoke wheels and hubs, years '26 and '27. Also old car and pickup bodies and parts. 739 2474. BUYING AND selling coins! Apple Valley Coin Company, 105 West Front Street, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota 54501.1-847-3333 Monday- Friday 10:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. ANY KINDol hay, write to: J. Ray Johnson, Norcross, MN. 56274. PTO CORN binder, low tie. Prefer good condition. Larry Estes, Battle Lake. 347-2855. By MICHAEL B. FALLON Worcester Gazette Written For Associated Press If you think professional football, with its players' strike and general air of confusion, is going to the dogs, you may be right. The National Broadcasting Company is hoping a new type of canine will boost its ratings •of pro football television coverage this fall. The network is turning to "Tackles," described as a nondescript fat hound dog with a leather helmet and cleated feet, to describe the nine rules changes that will alter the image of the professional game for television viewers this fall. With the success of "Peter Puck," who explained hockey to new fans and even entertained some old ones, NBC asked the cartoon creators Hanna-Barbera of Hollywood to come up with a football animal for the same purposes. Tackles will make his debut when NBC covers the Miami- Los Angeles preseason game from LA Saturday night, Aug. 24. Viewers will be given a five- rmnute glimpse of the new NBC same kind of response, gimmick and will see him NBC has refused to disclose thereafter popping up during what the cost of Peter Puck or time outs or explaining penal- Tackles would be but conceded ties and situations that were the endeavors are being under- created by the rules changes. ' NBC expects big results from the cartoon creature. Peter Puck became such a celebrity in his own right for NBC's coverage of the National Hockey League that he finally got his own mailing address at -Junior Editors'Quiz on- JULIA WARD HOWE taken for a considerable amount of money. NBC. The network is hoping that "Tackles" will engender the CROSSWORD PUZZLE Texas Longhorns, the rugged survivors of the olii cattle trail days, still more than live up to their names. A big steer checked as late as 1941 had the record horn spread: 8feet7 and ^aths inches, measured straight across from tip to tip. ACRQSS 1.Restraint 4. Scare off 8. Masterpiece 29. Collapse ' 30. Thames tributary 31. Discourse 33. Clement 11. Poetess Lowell 34. Roue MILLER'S NIGHT Tuesday Eve, August27, starting 7 p m. Becker's Supper Club. NEED PRINTINGnow?Getit quick at Ihe Secretarial Service. Quick- Print Service on letterheads, envelope imprinting, v<hatever. Bring in camera-ready copy and tell us how many. 309 West Lincoln. PROFESSIONAL PAINTING! Homes, barns, spray, brush, roll. Free estimates. 736-2584. Reasonable rales. LOOKING FOR party to remove building lor salvage. Large brick and concrete block building. Dial ii" 9864 after 4 o.m. PETS, SUPPLIES FOR SALE: Black Poodle puppies 7364761 or 739-9981. " u f""« ELECTROLYSIS BY Gena at Eunice's Beauty Salon, Monday and Tuesday, August 26!h and 27th. 734-7304. FOR SALE black miniature Poodle puppies. Leonard Lund. 495-2238 Richville. Food for Thought" Different diets ffect diabetes By JEAN MAYER Professor of Nutrition, Harvard University 12. Piece 13. Chit 14. Copper 16. Combo 17. Form of John 18. Wild cherry 20. Dinner dish 22. Vinyl 25. Take steps 26. Course 27. Serve 28. Himself 35. Marker 36. Mop 38. Thwart 41. Tier 42. Of the ear 44. Commotion 45. Harfang 46. Floss 47. Mother DOWN 1. Cistern SOLUTION OF YEiHRDAY'S PUZZLE 2. Hawaiian baking pit 3. Clerical worker 4. Eschew 5. Drone 6. Forward 7. All right AUCTIONS HOUSEHOLD AND anlique auction al 613 East Chapping. Fergus Falls, Tuesday evening, August 27 at 5:30. Iron bed with brass knobs; box spring and mattress (hardly used); EarJy American furpiture; round c-nd table; table lamp with shade; lamp shade and chimney; dough- box collee table; upholstered Mr. and Mrs. chairs v/ilh ottoman; round ottoman; round sewing basket; bookcase headboard; wooden Kleenex dispenser; rollaway bed and mattress; folding baby play pen. Bissel sweeper; Marvel the Mustang play horse; potty chair; diaper bag; Old English 3-speed bike (men's); bicycle child carrier; Lady's size 4 roller skates with case; miscellaneous nursery and olher items; 4 chairs; puppy dog house; 5 steel fence posts; wooden folding chair; odds, ends dishes and ket ties. Antiques: 5-gal. stone churn; 2 Vj gal. Brown crocks; single iron bed with spring, Simmons; Birdseye maple dresser, oval beveled mirror; set quilt frames, on stand; oval picture frame, round curved glass; several picture frames; 2 dining room chairs; plate glass wall mirror, 14V ; x20'/2; 2 corn knives; set curtain stretcher; miscellaneous items. Not responsible for accidents! Arnold Levsen, owner. Norman Solum, Deap Sillerud, auctioneers. Kpute Hanson, clerk. FOR SALE: AKC Reg. black Lab pups born February 14th. All shots, lop blood lines ip nation. Ideal age to starl hunting this fall. Don Fritzell, 736 6695. WANTED TO buy: Miniature Dachshund. 736-7559. FOR SALE: AKC registerecTgolden Lab pups. Ready to hunt. Champion bloodlines. Maynard Torgerson, Henning, Phone 583-2874. LOST & FOUND PICKED UP male "St. Bernard, black Labcross. Wjll be disposed of if nof claimed within 5 days. Phone 739 2251, between 8 and 5, Monday through Friday. FOR RENT FOR RENT: Office space, 10» N. Court, vern Youngren, 734-7551. APARTMENT RENTALS. Call Bakken Construction Co. 6-5245. NEW BROADWAY apartments. 1 and 2 bedroom. Includes dishwasher, disposal, appliances, extra closets, saunas, exercise rooms, and garages. 623 W. Fir. 736-2419. OFFICE SPACE. Private parkins available. Fergus Plumbing, 319 W. Lincoln. AUCTIONEERS NEW DUPLEXES designed for country living. I acre of land, 3 bedrooms, 1 baths, walk-out basement, rec. room. On County Highway. 5200.00 per month. Call 2188477841. WARREN E. Beckman, auctioneer. Ph. 8266937, Underwood. AUCTIONEER LEO Kugler. Phone 7367712. LES NYCKLEMOE, 2567. Ashby, 74;. AUCTIONEER: NORMAN J. Solum,219 E. Douglas. Ph. ?36.3n2, Fergus Falls. LICENSED AUCTIONEER, Charles Trane, Pelican Rapids. 8631131. CHARLES CLAUSON. Clauson Sales Service, auctioneer and clerk. Pelican Ranids, 863-4277 AUCTION CLERKING. Benson and Houg Business Service, 402 E. Washington, Fergus Falls. 739-9082. DEAN. J. Sillerud, licensed auctioneer, Rolhsay, 867-2235. AUCTIONEER: LEWIS Tysdal. Knowing value does make a difference. Ph. 736.7184. QUICK and EASY — Journal Want. Ads are Ihe least expensive way to sell almost anything! N EW 2 bedroom townhouse in Battle . Lake, air conditioned, carpeted, basement, garage, dishwasher, electric heat, appliances, lake access. Call 864-6104 or 736-7633. FOR RENT: Modern cottage with boat, Crystal-Lida. 218.867-2173. 2 BEDROOM new apartments. Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher. Available immediately. SIM to S200 per month. Located 1002 N. Union. Moen Realty, 6 6969. FOR RENT: New 3 bedroom house in Ottertail with full basement, a double garage. SI50.00 a motith. Phone 367-2404. FOR RENT or sale: 4 bedroom house, double garage, 9 miles from Fergus. 218-7366477. SMALL 3 bedroom home with stove and refrigerator. Available Sept. I, $140.00. Call Donelan Realty, 6 2320. 2 BEDROOM house for rent, can be seen at 403 Cecil. Adults, or with small child. UPSTAIRS APARTMENT, partly lurnished, stove and refrigerator. Downstairs, all furnished. Phone 62415. Auction Directory FRIDAY, AUGUST 30 - DUANE RUCKTAESCHEL, 1 mile South and4 miles West from Elbow Lake on Road No. 1, then tti miles South. 5:30 p.m. Orvin Rosin, Auctioneer (Household, Misc., Real Estate) FRIDAY, AUGUST 30 — DUANE MILBRANDT, 2 miles East of New York Mills, then 114 miles South, 10:30 a.m., Ray and Jerry Barthel, auctioneers (Farm). SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 - ART 4 JOHNNY HANSON, 7 miles South of Battle I^ke on Highway 78 and 3 miles West. 12:30 p.m. Orvin Rosin, Auctioneer (Farm Machinery & Hogs) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 - MARTIN H. DAHLEN, 9 miles South of Fergus Falls on Co. Rd. 1 (Wendell Road), 9:30 a.m., Warren E. Beckman, auctioneer (Antiques and Misc.). THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 - NINERD AASNESS, 7 miles. South and 2*i / miles West of Foxhpme. 1 p.m. Lewis Tysdal, .Auctioneer (Farm Machinery & Misc.) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 - KENNETH J. ROSTAD, Section 32, Maine Township, I-ewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Dairy & Farm) SATURDAY, SEPT. 7 - HENRY AND FLORENCE SCHOLTEN, 5 milesS., '2 mi. E., of Brandon. 12:30 p.m. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Farm) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 - CHARI£S PALER, 9 miles West of Rothsay, 12 Noon, Dean Sillerud Si Norman Solum, Auctioneers, (Machinery) FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 - MR. AND MRS. ANTON DROPIK, 4H miles East of Millerville. 12:30 p.m. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers, auctioneers (Farm) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 - MRS. OSCAR JOHNSON, 1 mile Northwest of Rothsay, 1:00 p.m., Dean Sillerud and Norman Solum, auctioneers [Household and Mach.) In the last fifteen years, we have learned a great deal about the effect of different diets on diabetes. We now know, for example, if we diagnose diabetes in mature adults before the patient needs insulin, we can often avoid a more serious state. Indeed, it is often possible to obtain complete remission by careful weight control combined with regular exercise. International studies have also turned up some interesting findings. Japan has about the same prevalence of diabetes as the United States, for instance. But diabetes is not a major cause of death in the Far East. The traditional Japanese diet is low in total fat, cholesterol, animal protein, and simple sugars. At the same time, it is high in total carbohydrate. A Japanese with diabetes will be allowed about 350 grams of starch and 3D grams of fat each day. In India, an experimental diet of 520 and 570 grams of carbohydrate and 70 to 75 grams of fat per day did not cause any complications. In contrast, the traditional Western diet allows an average of only 150 grams of carbohydrate a day. The answer to these differences may lie in the type of carbohydrate that is eaten. A ten-nation survey, of diabetics in Asia and Central and South America, revealed a relationship between consumption of sucrose and diabetes as opposed to the total carbohydrate consumption and diabetes. We know now that simple sugars, like sucrose, are metabolized in the body differently and more rapidly than the more complex carbohydrates. It also appears that starch in the diet often reduces the amount of fats and cholesterol circulating in the blood. What do these findings mean? They have led researchers in the United States to test — and evaluate — the effectiveness of the tree different types of diabetic diet. In short, here's what the studies show: 1. The traditional low- carbohydrate diet is still the most commonly used diet. But a low-carbohydrate diet is in fat. And the from cardiovascular disease is higher among diabetics than among the general population. So, increasingly, physicians are prescribing foods that will lower the amount of saturated 34 3M BEETLE BAILEY -****- Romanians celebrate BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romania celebrated its 30th anniversary of liberation from Nazi rule today with a big parade of soldiers, workers and young people before the top leaders of the Communist world. Some 250,000 marchers filed by a reviewing stand dominated by by Romanian President Nicolae Ceausescu, Soviet Premier Alexei N. Kosygin and China's vice premier, Li Sien- nien. Besides its national importance, Western observers said the occasion gave Ceausescu an opportunity to reaffirm his country's independent stance among nations of the Socialist world. fats and increase the intake of polyunsaturated fats. 2. Variations of the Japanese diet, which enjoy some degree of popularity, are generally diets that are high in carbohydrate and low in fat. Patients on this diet have lower cholesterol levels without Rs having to take additional amounts of insulin or to struggle harder to manage blood glucose levels. 3. In spite of early enthusiasm, the third type of diet, which allows the patient to eat normally as long as he show no symptoms, has not been successful. Over the long term, it appears that there are much more frequent complications when the diet is this permissive. Obviously, diabetes is not a disease you can treat yourself. Soncalled adult-onset diabetes, which makes up over 90 per cent of the cases In America, is much more easily controlled than the kind of diabetes seen in children. Treatment must be prescribed by a doctor, and it includes a diet that is made out either by him or by a dietitian BLONDIE at a hospital outpatient department or a diabetic clinic. There are, however, some general dietary rules you should know which may keep you from developing diabetes. Avoid excess sugar (and excess salt, for good measure; diabetics also tend to be hypertensive). Watch your weight; it's better to be a little underweight than a bit overweight. Be sure to exercise regularly. And I might add, on general principle, cut down on saturated fat. There's no point in avoiding the number five killing disease — diabetes — only to fall victim to number one — heart attack and stroke. County seat referendum is proposed VIKING, Minn. (AP) - Robert Fincher, president of the Marshall County Improvement Association at Viking, Minn., says "We're awfully close now" in the petition campaign to vote on moving the county seat. The association has a drive on for signers of a petition which would result in a countywide referendum on the proposal, he said. The association objects to the construction of a law enforcement center addition to the courthouse at Warren, Minn., and proposes the center of county government be moved to more centrally located Newfolden, Fincher said. The petitioners need 3,838 signatures, or 60 per cent of the people who voted in the last general election. "We're about 25 or 30 short of that amount," Fincher reported Thursday. "We want a couple hundred names over, though, because they (the opposition Marshall County Courthouse Committee) are going to try to get people to withdraw their names. They have that right." He said the assocation hopes to have 4,000 signatures when it meets sometime next week and it hopes to file the petitions in early September. "We have until Sept. 17 to complete our drive," Fincher said. 21 41 27 3V AP Newifeofures 8. Ogre 9. Eternity 10. r/ire 15. Cheer 16. Lie in the sun 18.Mirror 19. Apiece 20. Sunken fence 21. Scored in tennis 22. Leek-green quartz 23. Pastoral poem 24. College student 26. Journey 29. Sign of the zodiac 30. Indian lodge 32. Manner of speaking 33. Converged 35. Hockey disc 36. Lobby sign 37. Hit show 38. Lubricant 39. Artificial language 40. Golfer Weiskopf 42. Bone 43. Palm lily QUESTION: Who was Julia Ward Howe? * * * ANSWER: Julia Ward Howe, who lived from 1819 t . 1910, was an American author and social reformer She assisted her husband, Samuel Gridly Howe, in his antislavery activities and in editing the Boston Commonwealth, an abolitionist paper. She wrote and lectured for prison reform, Negro emancipation, woman suffrage and other causes. She helped found a World Peace Organization. In 1861, after a visit to military camps, she wrote the poem "The Battle Hymn of the Republic". It was published in the Atlantic Monthly and became the major war song of the Union forces. The American Academy of Arts and Letters elected her as its first woman member. She wrote several volumes of poetry but her best known poem remained "The Battle Hymn of the Republic " She wrote a biography of Margaret Fuller, a feminist transcendentalist and literary critic of the 19th century. She was the author of articles and books on a variety of subjects. (Donna Isbell ofConover, N.C., 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 WELL,WHY CANT SHE MEET DOGS THAT TAKE HER OUT _ TO DINNER? HENRY TIGER ( 00£H!) JUST AS i THOUGHT: VOL) HAVE A TEMPER

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