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FifflS fills (Ml.) Htflll Sif.,At«u$(3!,1974 7 To Your Good Health By Dr. George C. Thosteson HE HAD A CONCUSSION: HAS BLACKOUTS Minnesota will not witness 'back to country 1 movement Dear Dr. Thosteson: About 18 or 20 years ago my husband had a concussion of the brain, but that is all 1 know about that. I have known him two years arid been married for a year and he has been having blackout spells all this time, off and on. He also has a snaking of his face and head. This seems to happen when he is overtired and nervous and upset. Please tell me if you think something is seriously wrong. Can this cause him to forget? Or turn against someone without meaning to? He won't go to a doctor. That's why I'm writing to you. - Mrs. A.M.A. You're really asking too much of me — but yet, I think it could be serious. Blackouts are not something to pass over lightly. Whether the concussion had anything to do with it, I couldn't say, or whether his memory or attitude toward others will change — but conditions such as his are likely to worsen as time passes. The time to do something about it is now. If your regular doctor isn't able to make a thorough examination, he can refer your husband to a neurologist A certain amount of testing will be necessary: Xray, etectoencephalogram ("brain wave" test), perhaps a brain scan. The time to find out exactly what his condition is, and to start treating it, is now. Not after something catastrophic develops. The concussion 20 years ago may or may not be a factor in this. Some brain injuries may not manifest themselves for years after the accident. Dear Dr. Thosteson: Please send your booklet, "You Can Stop Sinus Trouble." Enclosed is ix> cents and a long, stamped, &<:lf-addressed envelope. Also please comment on young children (1 to 4 years old) with constantly running noses but no other symptoms of a cold. — S.A.D. A constantly running nose but with no other symptoms of a cold usually means that it isn't a cold. The two principal directions in which to look are these: first, allergy; second, some physical defect inside the nose. Allergy, in varying degrees, is after all a very common problem, and a drippy nose is one way allergy can manifest itself. Identifying the allergy isn't so simple, and I would suggest having a series of tests by an allergist. A physical defect inside the nose, deviated septum, adenoids, or some such condition, also can reverse the natural drainage direction, so the nose runs. Examination of the nose should indicate whether that possibility is worth exploring further. Dear Dr. Thosteson: Is a laxative good for a two-month- oldbaby? She stays constipated nearly all of the time. She is on a canned milk formula. — Mrs A.R. I would not recommend a medicinal laxative for a child that young. Better to change the formula, particularly increasing the sugar or syrup content of it. Or you might want to add a bit of solid food, which usually relieves constipation. Often giving more fluid helps also. For a child that age, it is advisable not to use laxatives until there is some unusual problem that only your pediatrician can detect. Dear Dr. Thosteson: What causes "second sight"? My husband is 64 and until about three years ago he wore glasses. Now he reads even very fine print without glasses. - Mrs. C.H.B. It's not terribly unusual — it happens from time to time. The explanation is that the curvature of his eyeballs has changed and that changes the distance at which he can focus his eyes. An added warning, however: a cataract may be involved in such changes, so a periodic eye check is important. Dr. Thosteson's booklet, "Dizzy Spells," discusses loss of balance, vertigo and nausea Meniere's disease and labyrinthitis. For a copy write to him in care of this newspaper enclosing a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope and 25 cents. A "back to country" movement will not develop to any great extent in Minnesota, even if a depression hi Is the state's economy. But rural areas will continue to lose residents — particularly youth — to the cities. These predictions came from George A. Donohue, University of Minnesota rural sociologist, during a recent interview on (lie St. Paul Campus. During the Great Depression, country living attracted jobless urban residents, who had hopes of raising their own food People returned to the land in such large numbers thai the overall rural to urban migration pattern suddenly was reversed. Donohue said Minnesotans aren't likely to witness a similar switch — not even during an economic downswing. Rural areas no longer have "pull" factors to lure people away from cities. Donohue defined "rural areas" as those which depend on agriculture and are located outside the range of metro commuters. For one thing, farms have become increasingly specialized, making it necessary for families to make larger cash outlays for goods and services. This would make it more difficult for a jobless person to "live off the land." Second, most of today's urbanites have never experienced farm life, and the)' have no agricultural skills, Donohue said. In contrast, the 193fl's urbanite frequently was raised on a farm. To him moving to the country meant going home to work on the family spread. Finally, today's city resident has unemployment compensation, welfare and other sources of funds to tide him over during hard times. If he shifts his residence, he could lose his eligibility for some of these programs. Meanwhile, during hard or good times, rural youth will EVEN WHALES HAVE HIGHS MONTEREY, Calif. (AP) A new high has been reported in the gray whales counted during migration off Yankee Point near here. The number spotted by- National Marine Fisheries Service observers during the •period-Dec-18, 1973, through 'Feb. 4 of this year was 3,492 — nearly 200 more than the previous year, and more than in any wither since the count began seven years ago. AUCTION Thelollowmg items will be sold at Public Auction at the residence, 19-7th Ave. NE on (Corner of 7th Ave.& Highway 79) Elbow Lake on Friday, September 6 5a le starts at moo A.M. Lunch will be served Antiques & Antiques & Household Collectibles Collectibles Items Oak Side Board Oak Buffet Studio Chair Card Table Oak Rocker SnuB Round Table Captain's Chair Silverlone Viclrola & Records Primatrves Frames - Prints Paintings - Tapestry Chest of Drawers Cash Register Radio Brass - Copper Hems Bronze - Sihrer Items Anniversary Clock Stereoptician 1884 Church Poorbox Stamp Machine Violin & Guitar Coca Cola Items Old Beer Signs - Lamps - Etc. Toy Train Tracks Fire Extinguisher Atwater Kent Speaker Banks - Toys Brass lamps - Lanterns Kerosene Lamps Brass Andirons - Tools Antique Dolls & Furniture Churn & Crocks Beam Bottles & Others Chalkware Tools E.A.P.G. Items - Pitchers & Bowls Cul Glass - Cambridge Heisey Bavarian Nortitake China Milk-Crackle-Silver Deposit Custard Glass Cut & Etched Stemware Hand Painted Items Copper Lustre Roseville Hull-Red Wing Wefler Occupied Japan Carnival Depression SmaH Tiffany Type Lamp Shade Ant - Safe Flint Lock Pistol Gold Elgin Watch Many more items too numerous !c mention Walnut Dinette Set Large Table Desk Misc. Chairs Misc. Tables Gun Cabinet Musical Liquor Box Lamps Trunks 2 Medium Sized Desks Chest of Drawers Portable Stereo - Records 2 Love Seats % Size Bed Recliner Chair Flood Lights Flourescent Tubes 4 Fixtures Freezer Refrigerators Humidifier Card Tables & Chairs Dishes & Glassware Mower - Garden Tools Tools Bicycle Small Show Cases Stools Bar Roomer Room Divider Roto Broiler Deep Fat Fryer Toaster Clock Misc. Items loo numerous to menfion Items to be sold prior to sale These items most be seen to be appreciated. Exquisite Story & Clark Fr. Provincial Piano Exquisite Story & Clark Fr. Provincial Table 4 Genuine Hitchcock Chairs AL & HELEN KANSTRUP 1 OWNERS Orvin Rosin, Auctioneer First National Bank, Elbow Lake Clerk Not responsible for accidents continue to head for cities. Partly because rural communities have scarce resources and small youth populations youth find "a total lack of things to occupy them." Rural areas "aren't geared to young singles," Donohue said. With mechanization of .-({Ticulture continuing to in- ci ?ase, fewer young people find w,ik on family farms. "After yi-u graduate from high school, yiu either go to school or get in. rried. Or you migrate to the city," he said. Since many rural residents migrate shortly after high school graduation, this means the Minnesota population is likely to continue its shift in the urban direction. Industries have a "marked" preference for hiring young people. Also, youth "reach a critical mass" in cities, and this makes possible services such as singles apartments and recreational opportunities. If ycuth have to choose a place to be unemployed during an economic slowdown, Donohue says, they are iikely to prefer the city. Here they will have more social support and comparatively better job opportunities. Donohue doesn't expect a depression to hit Minnesota, but he does foresee a decline in real economic growth. But the year 2000 the real gross national product is expected to increase at an average annual rate of only three-and-a-half per cent. This projection is based on a 1969 report of the national Commission on Population Growth and America. During the upcoming periods of relatively low capital investment, Minnesota will suffer a i datively greater economic decline than some of the nw? urbanized states, Donohue said, but rural out-migration may be slowed down. One reason for this projection is the fact that heavily urbanized areas have more political power than agriculturally dependent areas. Public policy makers are expected to concentrate their attention on places with political clout. IFSrsr Publication Aug.31,1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FileNo 411JJ Slateof Minnesota, Courtly of Offer Tdit ss. Order for Hearing on Petition lor Admission of WilHo Probate. In Th« Matter Of The Estate Of Laurence A. Huss, Decedent • IT IS ORDERED that the petition for admission of will to probate fired herein and any objections riled thereto be heard on September 2^th, WJ, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by im:. court in the courthouse iei the City ol Fergus Falls. Minnesota. Tnat. i( proper, at Mid time and place a represenialive will be appointed lo ad minister fne estate, who shall collect all assets and fire an inventory thereof, pay all legal debls, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be neceswry and for the best interests of Ihe estate, upon completion of administration, Ihe representative shall f«e a final account for allowance and shall distribute the estate lo the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by Ihe court and do all o.'her acts to close the estate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, thai creditors of decedent file ineir claims in mis court within sixly (60) days Irorn the date hereol and I hat sa : d claims be heard On October 30th, 197J, at 10:00 O'clock A.M. by mis courl in the courthouse in Ihe Cily of Fergus Falls. Minnesota Dated August 70th, 197J Henry Potkinghorn Judge ot Ccunty Court ICourt Seal) Williams, Nelson 1 Nit! Ferqus Falls, Minn. MS37 Attorneys (Firsl Publication Ayg 31,1974] IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File 41)51 State of Minnesota. County ol otlerTailss Order For Hearing on Petition lor General Administration. In The Mailer Of The Eslate Of Dorothy L. Soward, Decedent IT IS ORDERED tnat tne petition for general adm'nistration filed herein and any objections liied inereio be heard on September 2.1th. 1974. ai u>:00 o'clock AM by Ihis court 'n Ihe courthouse in the City cl Fergus Falls. Minnesota That if proper, st sa : d tiir.e and place a representative will be appointed to ad m'nisler the esta'e, v.f-0 shall collect all asseis and Me an inventory thereof pay an legal debts, claims, and faxes and expenses ol administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and for the best interests of Ihe estate, upon completion of ad nVnislration. Ihe represenlalive shall lile a final acccinl for allowance and shall cstribute ihe estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by Ihe court and do all olner acts lo close Ihe eslate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors ot decedenl li! 5 ihe'r claims in this court w.ihln s'xty (SO) days from Ihe cafe hereof and tnat sa : d claims be heard on Ocioter Xlh. 1074, at 13.00 o'clock A M by tnis courl in Ihe courthouse in the City ot Fergus Fa:is, Minnesota Dated August ?3ro\ 1974 Henry Pclk'nghorn Judge <Coi.rl Seall Field. Arvesen. Dcnoho. Undeen i Hoff Fergus Fa:is. Minn 54S37 Allorreys rF.rsf p-jb'.icafon Aug. 31, 1974; IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION Fill No. <l»l Stateol Minnesota. Coyrty of oiter 7a I ss Order lor Hfiring <xi Petition for Admission ol Will to Probitt M_1!-e waiter 01 The Estate Of Luc.le fXtfy r. Sustad. OeceOeni IT is ORDERED tial f.e Deri on for adri sS'On cf vi.il lo prooate I led l-erein era aiy objections filed 'r.ereto be f-eard on September 34th. 1974. at 10 00 O'clock A u ty tr.is court -n t->e co-^rthcjse n l.*e C.Ty erf Fergus Fa:is. M r.reyj-a Trat it proper, at sa'o lirre ane pi^e' a representative win be aopo-med to ad n n.sler tf« esta'e. »fo snail CO'IKI a'l assets a-xJ f.;e an .rventory li-ereof, pay a.i legal dects. cia-r-.s, and 'a*es and fpenses cl adm r-'stra; on. a.-xj sell' such «•«' a-xi personal property as nay be recessary ana lor ii-e best Y.'erests ol IK es'ate upon ccnrciei.cn of ad "-. n sira'-on. the rcp-eser.tatlye ».i\\ flu a I nal account for a t»ance and s -, a -| d sir.txi'f ife BIST rj »»< oersont 'i-ereurtoei-.i.tlea as ordered by ll-e court and tfo a'l ori-er acts -<j c'o» tc« estate IT is FURTHER ORDERED «.»i tred.iors cf decedent ire tfe.r cia^rrs -r\ t*is COyrt w.Thin sinty Ifrt: fla>s fnyn tr* dare hereof and inai sa^j claims t* heard on Octcter 3C*h. 1974. at ;Q [y o'clock A M t, lr:> court in tf« courtrwie in lh e C.ty 01 Fergus Falls. Alinnesotj Da'ed Auqoit 2>d. 1SX Herj-y Poll.nghorn JWge c! County Court (Court Sean Claude R Field Fergus Fai'S. M'nnesola 54531 Allorrey Also, industry will concentrate on protecting existing investments, Donohue said, rather than making expansion moves that might be risky. This means reduced capital investment in Minnesota. A sluggish state economy is certain to affect rural to urban migration. Farmers will buy less machinery, thus displacing fewer workers. Also, reduced job prospects in the city will make farmers less inclined to sell their operations and start new careers. Hence, the population drain on rural areas may slow down. But restless rural youth will continue to head for cities. (FifSl Publication Aug. 31. 1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FileNo.tltM StateolMir-nesola. County of oiler Tailss Order f or Hearing on Petition for OcnerilAdminlitratiori. In The A/.aiter Of The Estale Of Thea Dockler, Decedent IT is ORDERED that the petition for general admuiisiration liled herein and any objections filed thereto be heard on September 2*ih, 1974, al 10:00 o'clock A M. by this courl in Ihe courthouse in the C.ty of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, if proper, at said time and place a reoresenlati»e will be appo-jiled lo ad minister ihe estate, who shall collect all assets ana file an inventory thereof, pay all leo.al acils. claims, and faxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and for the Desl inlereslsof the estate. Upon completion ol ad- m.mslration, the r'^rt sentative shall file a final account f.i- t iwance and shall distribute the e; ia* > to the persons thereunto entitled js -xdered by Ihe courl and do all other acts to close the estate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors ol decedent file ineir claims in this courl with : n sixty 1601 days Irom the dale hereof and tn.it said claims be heard on October 2>-h, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock \ M. by this ciiurt in the courthouse in the City ol Fer 5 u; Falls, Minnesota. Deled Auguil 36lh, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Co-, rl Seal) Rulir. KMle. Pemberlon, Scnulie i Sorlie. Fergus Falls. Minnesota 54537 Attorneys IFIrsI Pu»llc»lion Aufl.M, |»741 NOTICi FOB QUOTATIONS TO AUTOMOBILE DEALERS S«»IM quotations will be r« t ;ved by th« Business Administrator of In dependeni School Oiilrlcl No 544. otter Faiil County. Fergus Fills, Minnesota at tr» Superinlendenfj off^e, «o Friuero Ayenue.uplo 1.00 P M , Sept. 24, 1974, for furnishing one new 1975 modM 9 "'' 1 ? *»« on L « s "*>« i" ol e Poiaranir* !»] passenger - St "" N ° ° w Harold H. Drews lr\d*p«xjen. No. i*u Fwgv* Fails. [First Publicaiion Aug. u, w?4) NOTICE FOR QUOTATIONS TO AUTOMOBILE DEALERS: Sealed ouoiatiof.3 will b* r««iv«j by the Vocational Oj-eciof, Fergus Falls Vocational Center, Otter Tail Coynry, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, al tne Superintendent's Office, 6t>0 Friberg Avenue, op to 1:00 P.M., September 14. I9J4, for furnishing one new 1975 model, 9 passenger station wagon. The vrnooi reserves tn* righi lo reject any and all bids Hillman V, Engggiil, Vocational Director Fefg-js Fails Vocational Cen(ef Fergus Fails, WN 56537 tFirsI Publication Aug 2.1, ,974) JNCOUMTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION FittNc <19O Siafeof Wmesofa. County of Otter Tailss. Order for Hearing on Peliliofl lor Central Administration. In The Matter 01 Th* Estale Of Josephine Djykholf. Decedent tT IS ORDERED That the petition for General Aom.'nistraiion filed herein ana any objections filed tnereto be heard on September 17ih, w*. at 10:00 o'clock A M. hy ifiis covrt in f/ie coutnouse in the Cily of Fergus Flails, Minnesota That if proper, at saui time and place a represenidfive will be appoinied to ad. mimster the estate, who shall collect all assets aod lile an inventory tnereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, art expenses of administration, and sell iu *i real arxf personal property as may fe' necessary and for tne best interests ot Itex esiaie Upon completion ot a) > ministration, tlw represenrafive sfalf *te a final a<couor for allowance aryJ stall distribute tne estate to ihe persons (hereunto entitled as ordered by the coort and do all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that credLtorsof flecedent fne Ttw^r claims in Ihis court wi!run sixty <60) days from the date hereoi and mat sart claims b* heard on Octocer 23ra. 191.1, at 10.00 o'clock A.M- by this ctx-rr in ihe courl house in the City of Ptrgus Falls, Minnesota •Dated Ai>gust nth, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn •fwdge (Ccurt Seal) Williams, Nelson i Nitz Fergus Falls, MN Attorneys (Firtl Pwfjlkilion Aug 24. lv?4l IN COUNTY COURT MOIATE DIVISION Staleof Minnesota, County of otler Tail Si. Order for HHrinf on P*ili«fllfl D*ttrmfn« O«5C«nf In R« EsUle Ol S«ma Biorkluno. Oecederil Violet Biorliiund having f'Jed in ihis Court a peiii^on retxnenting, arr.ong oiher 1h.'ngs, (Aat said decedent died in IBtate more than five years prior lo Ihe tiling thereof, leaving certain properly in Otter Tail Counly, Minnesota, snd Iftal no will ol Mid decedent has been proved, nor administration of her estate granted, in ihis siaie and praying inaf fhe descent ol said property bedfiermined and ihal il be assigned to the persons entitled thereto. IT IS ORDERED, Tnal llw hearing thereof be had on September Dtn, 1974, at 10 00 o'clock AM. before tnis courl, in the County Cocrl Room, in the Court House, in tne City a Fergus Falls, Min nesota. and Inat notice hereof be given by Ihe publication of tins order in tne Fergus Falls Daily Journal and by mailed notice as provided b/ law. Daled August l«h, 1974 Henry Polkingr.orn Judge (Court Seal) Ruler, Hefle, Pemberlon, Scriulie S. Sorlie Fergus Falls, Minnesota 56S3) Altorrtfy 1x relil.oner. (First Publication Avq.lt, 197-ij IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FileNo.'.mi Stateof Minnesota, County of Otler Tail SS- Order for Hearing on Petition (or Admission of Will to Probate in The Matter Ol The Esiate Of Thora Christiansen, Decedent. IT 15 ORDERED that (he petition for admission of will to probate filed herein . aod any objections f.led thereto be heard on September 17tn, 197-t, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court in the courthouse in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesoia. That, if proper, at sa'id time and pUce a representative will be appointed to ad- m/nister t/>e estate, who shall coJfect all assets and lile an inventory thereof, pay all tegai debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses ot admtnistraiion, and sell such real arxJ personal properly as may be necessary and for the best interests of the estate. Upon completion ot administration, the representative shall file a final account (or allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by Ihe court and do all oiher acts to close the estate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in this court within sixty (60) days from the dale hereol and that said claims be heard on October ,ttrd, WJ4. at 10:00 o'clock AM. by this courl in the courthouse in the City of Fergus Fans, Minnesota. Dated August 19th, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge of County court (Court Seal) Rufer, Hefie, Pemberton, Schulre & Sorlie Fergi/s Falls, Minnesota W537 Attorneys (First Publication Au9. lU IN COUNTY COURT PKOBATE DIVISION Fit* N«. 41141 . Countyof Oiler Tails* Order f«r Htartag on Pet if toft f or General AtfminiUratiM. in The Matter Of The Estate Of Bonnie Olivia Arfsien, Decedent. IT is ORDERED that tne peiition for senerai ad niinisi ration filed herein antf any objections liled therito be heird on September lOth, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A M. by mis court irt ihe courthouse in the Citi' oi Fergus Fails, Minnesota. Tnat, if proper, at said time and place a representative wifl be appointed to administer the estate, wno shall collect ail assets and lile an inventory iher«of, pay at) legal debts, claims, and laxet, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal property as may oe necessary and for (he best interests of Ihe estate. Upon completion of ad- min.'sfraiion, tne representative shall fi:e a final account for allowance and shall distribute ih« rttate to the periont thereunto entitled by the court and do all other acts to close the estate. IT 1$ FURTHER ORDERED, that credHors ol decedent file their claims in tnis court within sixty (60) days Irom the oate hereof aod that said ctaims be heard on October 16th, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A M. by ih:s court in the courl house in the C«fy c/ Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated August 7ih, 1974. Kenry PoJkinghorn Judge (Court Seat) V.cLarrwn & Sretanson, Ltd. Moorhead, Mfon. W«0 Attorneys (First Publication Aug 17, 1974] INCOUMTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File M«. 41942 Stateof Minnesota, County of Otler Tailss. Order for Hearing on Petition for G i ner a I Adm inistrati on • tn The Matter Of The Estate Of Ernest HeJIeckson, Decedent, IT IS ORDERED that the petition for general administration filed herein and an? objections filed thereto be heard on September 10th, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A M. by this courl in tne courthouse in the CJ(y cf Fergus Faffs, Minnesota. That, if proper, at said time and place a representative will be appointed to administer the estate, who shall collect all assets and file an Inventory thereof, pay ait legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses ot administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary £nd tor tne be*t interest! of me estate, upon completion of administration, the representative shall file a final account for allowance and sriatf distrib-jte the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by Ihe courl and do all other acts to close the estate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file tneir claims in this court within sixty (601 days from the date hereof and that said claims be heard on October wh, w*. at 10.00 o'clock A.M. bv this court in tne courthouse in me City of Fergus Falts, Minnesota. Dated August firn, )?;< Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court Sealt I. L. 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