The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on October 5, 1974 · Page 1
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Today in history Suspect takes witness stand By The Associated Press Today is Saturday, Oct. 5, the 278th day of 1974. There are 87 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1954, Italy and Yugoslavia formally settled their dispute over the city of Trieste. On this date — In 1502, Christopher Columbus discovered Costa Rica. In 1880, the 21st American president, Chester Arthur, was born in Fairfield, Vt. In 1881, artist Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain. In 1918, as World War I neared the end, the Allies announced that the German Hindenburg Line had been broken. In 1931, Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon Jr. completed the first nonstop flight across the Pacific, arriving in Washington state 41 hours after takeoff from Japan. Prime rate drop noted NEW YORK (AP) - The First National City Bank of New York and the Bank of America, the country's two largest, have eased back their prime lending rates V« of a percentage point from a record high 12 per cent. The new rates go into effect Monday. In reducing their prime rates to 11% per cent, the two banks along with some smaller banks, follow the lead set last Wednesday by the Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. and the Chase Manhattan Bank when they lowered the rate they charge their biggest and best customers for borrowing money. Although not directly linked to the costs of personal and small business loans, prime rate movement is often an indicator of the direction of other loan rates. The smaller banks reducing their prime rates included the Mercantile Trust Co. of St. Louis, the National City Bank of Cleveland, the First National Bank of Cincinnati, United California Bank and North Carolina National Bank. In 1958, dynamite explosions almost destroyed the integrated high school in Clinton, Tern. Ten years ago: Leaders of 47 non-aligned nations began a conference in Cairo to coordinate policy on disarmament, colonialism and economic development. Five years ago: British troops used tear gas to break up a demonstration by militant Protestants in Northern Ireland. One year ago: Canada announced the sale to Communist China of 224 million bushels of wheat worth more than one billion dollars. Today's birthdays: Former French Premier Georges Bidault is 75. Theatrical producer Joshua Logan is 56. Thought for today: Make hay while the sun shines — Cervantes, Spanish writer, 15471616. TUESDAY SPECIAL! 4 Juicy Hamburgers 99< ALL FOR QUIK STOP 419 West Lincoln BARGAINS '72 VEGA Hatchback. '70 CHEV. Impala 44r. Sedan, V-8. '70 PONTIAC Bonneville 4-dr. 69 PONTIAC Bonneville 4-dr. '68 CHEV. Impala Blue 4-dr. 69 CHEV. Bel Air 4-dr. '68 CHEV. Impala, blue. PICKUPS '71 TOYOTA 4-speed, heavy duty. '69 CHEV. %-ton Truck, white. '68 CHEV. Vj-ton Pickup, V-8. '68 F ? 4 -ton, 6-cyl., 4- speed. '55 CHEV. IVz-ton Truck, grain box, stock rack. SEVERALOLDER CARS AVAILABLE! ********* SEE OSCAR OLSON ORLESFOLKEN PHONE 685-4425 FOLKEN'S CHEVROLET Olds— Buick — Poniiac ELBOW LAKE,MINN. We Trade —We Finance MANKATO, Minn. (AP) Edward R. Clark, accused of first-degree murder, is scheduled to retake the witness stand Tuesday in Blue Earth County District Court to continue testimony about his involvement with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jimenez. Before adjournment Friday, Clark, 35, Fcrndale, Mich., testified he'd lapsed into sleep after picking up three hitchhikers near DCS Moines, Iowa. The defendant said the three disappeared—he thought they'd gone to get gasoline—and he didn't see them again after the incident about last April 22, Clark is accused of slaying Michael Jimenez, 24, Mankato. Jimenez was found last April 23, fatally shot in the head, near Smith's Mill, about 20 miles east of Mankato. Police later found the body of Jimenez' wife, Barbara, also shot through the head. Food for Thought Egg commission ads draw fire By JEAN MAYER Professor o( Nutrition, Harvard University Early this year, the nation's egg producers decided that they had better do something about their slipping sales so they hired a group who call themselves the National Commission on Egg Nutrition. The aim of the Commission was to promote the benefits of eggs to the American people. If you want to sell a lot of any product, you have to advertise. And there are many good things that the Commission could say about eggs. First, eggs are an inexpensive source of good quality protein, vitamin A, and iron. They also have other vitamins and trace minerals. The yokes of eggs, however, are the single largest source of cholesterol in our diet — and that was the rub for egg producers and promoters. On one hand, eggs are a nutritionally valuable and recommended food for young children and for women until they reach the age of menopause. This group numbers 100 million potential or actual consumers of eggs. On the other hand, because of their high cholesterol content, eggs are a problem-food {or another 100 million customers. This group includes men of any age, from early adolescence onward, plus middle-aged women. As most of us know by now, the great majority of heart specialists believe that is these individuals regularly eat more than two or three eggs a week, they will increase the level of blood cholesterol and hence increase the risk of hear disease. Nontheless, the Commission on Egg Nutrition set out to convince the American people . that nothing but good can come from eating eggs, whatever your age, or, presumably, cholesterol level. And in a series of ads and a booklet, the Commission declared "There is absolutely no scientific evidence that eating eggs, even in quantity, will increase the risk of a heart attack," and "There is absolutely no scientific proof that eating good, wholesome, fresh eggs — nature's miracle in a shell — increases the risk of heart attack." Many Sizes Fireproof Safety Chest Some Models as Low as S18.95 VICTOR LUtlDEEN'S Office Furniture BETHEL MANOR APARTMENTS Alexandria, Minnesota HUD Rent Supplement Program One-bedroom Apartments Available Minimum Monthly Rent S57.75— Based on Income Please call 612-763-3105, or Write BETHEL MANOR-910 ASH ST. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY HOUSING Appalled by these statements, the American Heart Association and four public interest law groups took the highly unusual step of asking the Federal Trade Commission to firmly order the Commission on Egg Nutrition to "cease and desist from such false, deceptive and misleading advertising." After investigating the complaints, the Federal Trade Commission agreed and has just taken two steps against these advertisements. First, they have initiated Federal District Court action in Illinois to obtain and injunction. The FTC characterizes the statements in the ads as "an outrageous, blatant, and unfounded challenge to the state of the evidence," which means, in laymen's language, that the evidence is all the other way. The FTC contends that there is no reasonable scientific, medical or nutritional evidence that supports the claims of the egg group. In this, they are backed up by the testimony of the president of the American Heart Association and leading researchers in the Held of heart disease, who cite ample evidence, from extensive studies involving numbers of people, that a high intake of dietary cholesterol, like that found in egg yolks, increases the risk of heart attck. The month-long hearings have just concluded and the Egg Commission has agreed not to advertise while the injunction motion is pending. Using its authority as a regulatory agency of the Federal Government, the Federal Trade Commission, at the same time, also has issued an administrative complaint. In essence, this complaint says that the FTC has reason to believe that the challenged advertisements are false and misleading, not only in what they actually state, but in what the statements imply. Thus, the FTC hearings will get to the heart of the question. When the Egg Commission states that there is no proof that eating eggs increases the likelihood of a heart attack, what they are implying — and what they want us, their potential customers to believe — is that is there is no evidence, then there is also no relationship between consumption of eggs and an increased risk of coronary heart disease. And this is just not so. The American diet is already high in cholesterol. And eggs are a major source of dietary cholesterol — 250 to 300 milligrams per egg yolk, depending on the size of the egg. For every 100 milligrams of cholesterol we eat every day, the level in our blood goes up 5 milligrams per 100 milliliters. Thus, that every-day egg you eat for breakfast would contribute up to 15 milligrams of cholesterol per 100 milliters of blood. Put another way, that is at a rate of five one- thousandths of an ounce of cholesterol per quart of blood. This may seem so slight an addition — a mere five one- thousandths of an ounce — tliat it should really not matter. But this tiny fraction represents an enormous figure. For Dr. Henry Blackburn, director of the laboratory of Physiological Hygiene of the Minnesota School of Public Health, has calculated that it would mean about a 5 per cent increase in the estimated number of heart attacks and death from coronary heart disease. Since there are over 670,000 coronary heart disease deaths annualy in the United States, this would mean an average increase of 26,000 deaths every year. Such a sobering threat cannot be sidestepped or ignored. Clark, under questioning from his attorney, Charles Adamson, said he'd left Lake Tahoe, Nev., April 20 and got gas two days later al a service station east of DCS Moines, along Int. 80. He testified three hitchhikers, two men and a woman, asked for a ride and that when he determined one man had a driver's license, Clark agreed. Clark continued, he asked one of the men to drive, and he, Clark, slept in the passenger's seat while the other two hitchhikers were in the rear seat. Services Tuesday for Alfred Solwick Alfred Solwick, 50, Pelican Rapids Route 2, died Friday in a car accident near Detroit lakes. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at First Congregational Church, Pelican Rapids, with the Rev. Kobert Knutson officiating. Burial will be in Hunter, N.D. He was born Jan. 12, 1924, in Finley, N.D., a son of Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmer Solwick. He married Geraldine Sorenson Oct. 13, 1944, in Moorhead. He worked for Dakota Plate Glass Co. in Fargo for over 25 years and for the past four years was owner of lakeland Glass Co. in Detroit I^akes. Surviving are his wife; a sister, Mrs. Helen Adams, Winnsboro, La. Arrangements by Johnson-Larson Funeral Home, Pelican Rapids. Clark testified that the group stopped at another gas station and shortly afterward he felt nauseated. He fell asleep in the car again and the next time he awoke he found himself in the back seat, it was cold and dawn was breaking. He felt sick and vomited. Clark said the other three were gone. He said the car ignition was on and he presumed the trio had gone to get gas. Clark said he put gas into the tank from an emergency can in his trunk. He looked for the others but could not find them and drove on, he added. He said he realized he must have been within a 50-mile radius of Mankato when he awoke. Deserters' obligations discussed CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. (AP) — A Defense Department spokesman says deserters taking part in President Ford's conditional amnesty program may be tried in military courts if they don't fulfill their alternative service. "Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice ... if a false statement to obtain discharge is given the military, control can continue under the code," Martin R. Hoffman, general counsel for the department, said Thursday. He said that if the military can prove a deserter did not intend to fulfill his alternate service, he can be prosecuted. Sunday The clemency program requires deserters' to report to their local Selective Service board within 15 days after discharge from Camp Atterbury to work out alternative service requirements. Meanwhile, Army officials confirmed Thursday that Camp Atterbury might soon be closed because fewer deserters than expected were turning themselves in. "We're still studying the possibility of returning the operation to Ft. Harrison (in Indianapolis) should the scale of operations here reduce appreciably," said Maj. John T. Kallunki, amnesty spokesman. (Firsl PuWical.on CKt. i. 1«7<> IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION Ststeof Minn«$ola. Cowily of Oiler Ta.i«. FikNo 41t»< Order lor HMrinf <xiP«tilionlor GeMrjl Adjnin!ttr*t>oiv in Tr* Matter Of The Estate Of Afvar F. jaeobvxi. Decedent. IT IS ORDERED thai If* petition for general acfminillraKon fileo herein end any ot>|«lioos liled thereto M heard on Oclober Win, W4, al 10:00 O'clock A.M. by this court in Ihe courthouse in Ihe City of Fergus Falls, AVrmeMla. That, it proper, at said time >ro place a representative will be appointed lo administer ihe estate, who shall collect all assets and fi!e an inventory thereof, pay all legal debls, claims, and laxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal properly as may be necessary and lor tne best interests of the estale. Upon completion of administration, the representative shall filt a final account for allowance and shall dislribule the estale to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all olher acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, thai credllors ol decedent tile Inelr claims in Iriis court within sixty f«) days from Ihe oate hereof and thai said claims be heard on December <ih, 1974, et 10:00 o'clock A M. by Ihis covrl in the courthouse Vi tne City of Fergus Falls, M'nnesota. Dated September ?im, 1974. Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court Seal] Nyckhrmoe, Nycktemoe & Nycklemoe Fergus Falls, Minn Mtt? Attorneys Clark's wife, Jere, testified Friday morning that he had phoned her from the Chicago area late the afternoon of April 22. And the defendant's mother, Florence Clark, had testified earlier he arrived at her home in suburban Detroit, Mich., about 4 a.m. April 23. (Firsl Publication i*pt ?B, 19NJ INCOUHTYCOURT STATEOF MINNESOTA COUNTYOF OTTER TAIL Marym G«nirko.v, Pia ntiff, VS Christine Ovri, Carl 0 Hsjgerv Douglas C Hau9«i "as txecufor oi the Mfaleol Carl D Haugpn, Ernie S Olwxi. Ruby Olson. Emil C Ericksoo and Clara Erickson. a',» ih* ur.knorvri fieirs of the above named per ton I and all other persons unknown claiming rtghl, tille, estate or lien in the real estafe described in the complaint herein. Defendants. SUMMONS STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required lo anir/rr ihe compfa'.nl of Ihe plaint!If in lh* above entitled action, which complaint has been liieo in tne dike of lhe Clerk cl Cixinly Court, Otter Tail Counly. M'nnes?ta and to serve a copy el your answer K> sak) cooipla'nl upon tn* sutocrioer at his oflke in Ihe Citf ol Detroit Lakes, Becker County, Minnesota, within twenty (20) days alter service of Ih's Sumnr.oni upon you, ex elusive ol sr.e day of such service and if you tail to answer ine same compiami within Ihe lime aforesaid, trve plaintilf in 1his action w.ll take iucfgmenl agamst you and each of you for the relief demanded in tne complaint and you are hereby notified that Ihe obi eel to said action is 10 deter, mine the titre and adverse claims lo th« (and hereinafter described and lhal no personal claim is made against any of above defendants a*xJ mat such action aM«is tne fcHViwiog described tract siiuafed In the County of Oiter Ta-i, State of Minnesoia, to wit- The North One-half ol the Northeast One-quarter (N>? NE'j] of Section Fiireen (15), Township One Hundred Thirty Seven (137), North of Range Forty Two U2), West Of me Filth Principal MerkJ'jn, according to the US. government survey thereol. excepting that part thereof lying East oi a public highway which contains 4.38 acres more or less. DATED: September J, mi (si David L. Sfowman Attorney for plaintilf ?U West Front Slreel Detroit Lakes, Minnesota 56SD1 AMSTERDAM (AP) - Dr. Ix?onard Jaffe, deputy administrator of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Agency, has been elected to a one-year term as president of the International Astronautical Federation. Jaffe was elected unanimously Friday at the federation^ 25th congress here. (First Publical-OnOct S, 197-1» NOTICEOF 5ALEOF SCHOOL BUILDING ANDLAND The Scnwi Board cl Jndependent 5<nool D-s'rici NO 5-«, Fergus Fd'.is, M:nnesoia will receive o'ds up to ? JO P M .Tuesday Ociober ?2, 197J for rne sa:e of tne follow no, described school Du"i<j:ng and iac-0 B.odersyiaii include abki deposit ol 10 per cent ol the ai-.oi.nT C.O (or <iv* property Bidders are reqjired 10 si-b^ni! a minimum o d ol WOO 00 The School Board will give tne oppoftun.ty for an b'dders to raise tr>eirb.d at tn* time of the opening by auction School LOCATED NORTH of Lortfl Like described as (oiio^s Common School D-strict Ho. 1-rti property including 'he land and tr.e tuifding described as follows. Commencing at the Northwest corner ol said Government Lot So. TwoUJlhencesouihonthewestline of ukJ loi SMfeei roihe intersection of the Putol.c Highway, thence a'ong said highway north forty nine degrees and fifty minutes U9 degrees SQ'J East 330 fee) to me place of beginning be:rtg rne South westerly corner of said School tor. Thence north Thiriy if/o degrees and hfieen minuses (3? degrees IS'I East 1705) feel, ihence South Forty on* tfegrees and hfieen m^iutes Ui degrees 15') Easi 137 feel ihence So-j1hone degree a-xJ ih'rty minutes it degree 30'} EaU 113 teet meoce North eighty live degrees and forty five minutes (S5 degrees «'> West Ninety Six and S 10 (96 S) feel ihence North Seventy two degrees (7? degrees) west US 5 10 reel to ihe p'aceof Beginning containing 0.6 10 acres an in lot two (2) Section (111 T.S. 13J H Range 4iWot rne bm P.M. oner Tail County, Minnewta. The bidder shall pay rne balance of the bid prke upon lurnisning by Ihe school dislrict the deed to the properly. Btds wilt be opened at 600 Frlberg Avenue. Fergus Falls, Minnesota. The School Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. September U. 1974 Robert Dieseth, Clerk independent School District No. $44 Fergus Fans. Minnesota 5453? Fergis Fills (Mi.) Jiirul Sat., Oct. 5,1974 2 <Firi1 Publication Oct 5, 1974) IMCOUNTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION Sraieoi M nnesofa, Counry of Otter Ta i sv Order I or Hfjrin? on Petition to rjtt«rmJr>f Oeieint in Re Estate Ol Sigfrid E Bergsien, Decedent Eriano A. Bergs'en n»ving frfed In Ih.s Court a petiiron representing, among oi her things, tr-ai said decedent dM in- iK'aie more tiwn f.vr years prior ro tr>« tr>ereof, leaving cefta'n properly in Orrer TaM Couniy. M-nnesota, and trial no will of said decedent has ceen proved, nor admin;siradon of his estate granted, in this State ana praying ihat tne descent of sa o property be d*rermined and ihat ii be ass.gwd 'o 1f> * persons entitled thereio; IT IS ORDERED, Thai Ine hearing trvertoi be had on Otiober Wth, 19J4. at 10-00 O'clock A M , before tnis Courl, in tne County Courl Room, in rn* Coml- house, in the Cily of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and tnat notice htreol be given by the pubi.catton of this order in the Fergus rails Daily jounai and by ma-led noiice as provided by <a* Dated Sepiember 30tn, 197*. Henry PoUingnorn Judge (Court Sean Ruler, Hefie, Pemberton, SchuUe A Sorlie Fergus Falls, Minnesota S4S37 AHorney for Petitioner. (First Publication September?!, 1974) INCOUNTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION Siateol Minnesota, Countyof Otter Order lor Hearing on Petition la Del ermine Descent in Re Estaie or Anna M. Sample, Decedent James G. Boedigta'mer having tiled in ttiis Covri a petition representing, among other things, that said decedent died in- lesrale more than live years prior lo tne tiling thereof, leaving certain property in Oner Tail Coynly, Minnesota, and Ihat no will of said decedent rias been proved, nor administration ol tier estale granted, in (his State and praying that the descent of said property be determined and that it be assorted lo the persons entitled thereto; IT IS ORDERED, Tnat the hearing thereol be had on October iStti, 1974, at 10:00 o'ctocV A M., before this Court, in tr>e County Court Room, in th* Court- hoys*, in tne City of Fergus Falls. Minnesota, and that notice hereof b« given by Ihe publication of this order in ir>e Fergus Falls Daity Journal and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated September 10m, \9U Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court Seal) Rufec, Helte, Pemberton, ScJmlze & Sorlie Fergus Falls, Minnesota S6&37 Attorney for Petitioner. 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FileNo.ims Order for Hearing on Petition lor General Adminiilnlion. in The Mailer Ol The EslateOI Elvin J Holm aka E. J. Helm aKa Alvin Holm, Decedent IT IS ORDERED lhal Ihe petition for general atftniruslraron filed herein and any objections liled thereto be lieard on October I5ln. 197J. at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by Ihii court in Ihe coyfthouse in Ir.e CilY ol Fergus Falls. Minnesota. That, if proper, al said lime and pface a representative will be appointed to ad- mir-isler the esla:e. \vtio snail cotlecl all assets sod file an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses 01 administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and for the best interests of the estate Upon completion ol administration, the representative shall file a final account EOT allowance and shall distribute Ihe estate lo Ihe persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and OX> all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, Ihat creditors of decedent file the r r claims in this coort wilhio sixty (60] (Jays from the date hereof and lhal said claims be heard on November Wh. 197A at 10:OCo'clock A M, by this court m the courthouse in the Cily of Fergus Fa'.ls, Minnesota. Dated September nth. 1974 Henry PolXinghorn JtKJge (Courl Seal] Rufer, Kefte, Pembri ton, Schulre & Sortie Fergus Falls, M.nnesola WS37 Attorneys Sunday Night 6:30 Apples Way 7:00 Apples Way 7:30 Kojak 8:00 Kojak 8:30 Mannix 9:00 Mannix 9:30 Police Surgeon 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Virginian 11:00 "First to Thine 11:30 Own Self" 12:00 Virginian 11:30 Church 12:00 Baseball 12:30 Baseball 1:00 Baseball 1:30 Baseball 2:00 Baseball 2:30 Baseball 3:00 Football 3:30 Football 4:00 Football 4:30 Football 5:00 Football 5:30 Football 6:00 Wild Kingdom Sunday Night 6:30 World of 7:00 Disney 7:30 Sunday 8:00 Mystery 8:30 Movie 9:00 NBC News 9:30 Special Reports 10:00 News-wthr-spts. 10:30 Red River 11:00 Theater 11:30 "Beatter a 12:00 Widovv" Monday 7:00 Today Show 7:30 Today Show 8:00 Today Show 8:30 Today Show 9:30 Name That Tune 9:30 Winning Streak 10:00 High Rollers t First Publ calico September ?V197*> INCOUNTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION Stateo! Minnesota. County of Olter Tail. Si. Order lor Hearing on PelitrOfl lor General Adminiilnlion. in The //.alter Of The Estale Of Thomas Floren Mullen aka Floren Wullen, Decedent IT IS ORDERED that Ihe pef.fion for general atfnn nistraiion tiled hefe-'n and any objections riled Iherelo be heard on Oclober 15th, im, al 10.00 o'clock A M. by this court m the courlhovse in ihe City ot Fergus Falls, W : rresofa. That, i! proper, at said Time and place a representative win be appointed to ad minisrer the estaie, who shall collect all assets and rue an :nveo'ory thereof, pay a 1 ' legal debts, da -n-.s. a-xJ iax«, and expenses ol administration, a-rf sen such real and personal property as rray be necessary and lor the best interests of the estale. Upon com pi el ion of ad- m.nisrratlon, the representative shall file a irftai account lor allowance and sha'l disTrrbcTe the estate to ihe persons I' £r.!ii:«d as ordered ty th.c court and do a-i other acts to dose the estate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their crairns in This ccurt within s^xly (601 days from the date hereof and thai sard claims be heard on November ?0th, 1974, at 10.00 o'clock A M by this court fn the courlhouse *i Ihe Cily cf Fergus Fails, M-noeso'a Dated Sco'ember 13th, \wt Henry PolVif^horn Judge (Court Scan NycMemoc. Nytklemoe & Nycklerr.oe Fcfftus raM'», V.iRneso'a SAW? AHorneys Monday 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7:00 CBS Mom. News 7:30 CBS Morn. 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