The Pioneer from Bemidji, Minnesota on January 25, 1973 · Page 12
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Bemidji, Minnesota
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Thursday, January 25, 1973
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II The Pioneer ThHrtdiy, JaMiary 15,1173 Solway area news Mrs. Jerry Pulkrahek and sen Charles of rural Bemidji and Mrs. Lucy Erickson of Solway, drove to Minneapolis Saturday and returned Monday. They were guests at the M. J. Peterson home. Mrs. Leroy Peterson called at the home of Helen Erickson Sunday. The Area Mens Fellowship meet ing at the Solway Log Chapel Monday at 8 p.m. All men and boys are invited to attend. Mrs. j. II. Walls of Solway reports $23.05 was collected in the Village of Solway for the Red Stocking Fund. Mrs. Watts is chairman at Solway. The Solway C o m m u n i t y extends its sincere sympathy to Mrs. Harry Rose in the death of her father Mr. Klinke last week. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Larson of Hibbing were Saturday evening guests at the Harry Rose home. Mrs. Larson is the former Olive Klinke, sister of Mrs. Rose. CHAPEL SERVICES Sunday School 10 a.m. and church services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the Solway Log Chapel. Sunday midweek Bible study prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. Youth Fellowship Saturday at 8 p.m., Frank Russell, pastor. Ida Roningan, Helen Erickson and Lucy Erickson were callers at the N. J. Saltnes home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dent and children of Pengilly were holiday visitors at the Eric Jacobson home at Solway as was Barbara Jacobson who attends school at Hutehinson and David Jacobson who is in the U.S. Army. Opportunititi Strvicts Proftsstonal Strvict Home Improvtmtflt I struct ions 14. Farmer's Trading 14B Farm Equipment 15. Livestock 16. Garden Produce 17. p«ts 11. Boats and Motors 19. Snowmobiles and Equip. 20. Hunting Equipment 21. Sports 21B Atotorcydes 22. For Sale 23. Rummage Sales 24. Auctions 25. Wanted to Buy 26. Houses for Rent 27. Apartments for Rent 28. Rooms For Rent 29. Mobile Homes tor Rent 30. Wanted to Rent 31. Lots and Acreage 32. Houses tor Sale 33. Lakeshore Property 34. Farms and Farm Land 35. Business Property 3i. Resorts 37. Real Estate Wanted 38. Mobile Homes for Sale 39. Cars for Sale 40. Trucks for Sale 41. Auto Dealers 42. Auto Parts and Repairs 43. Heavy Equipment COPY MUST BE IN PIONEER OFFICE BY 12:00 NOON TO ASSURE INSERTION THE NEXT DAY. CH ECK the first insertion of your ad. The Pioneer will be responsible for only ONE incorrect insertion. Monthly classified Contract Rates Available on Application Laporte PTO MEETS The January meeting of the Laporte P.T.O. (formerly the P.T.A) was held Jan. 8. Louis Churack of Bemidji State College showed a film and spoke at some length on drug awareness. Mrs. K. Hermanson was chairman of the lunch committee consisting of: Mmes. Frank Kolodji, Dolar LaDuke, Gordon Oslin, Vernon Whistler, Robert Johnson, Bud Powell, Marion Patrie, Emery Gendron, Richard Moss, Terry Reppert, Keith Leyendecker, Al Pluth and Cleve Stillwell. MRS. BERT LOCKER Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Bert Locker in a Lincoln, Neb. hospital. She had been there for a check - up but her death was unexpected. The Lockers have been Kabekona Lake residents since their retirement from the Salvation Army as Brigadiers, but were active in the Laporte Baptist Church and in the Akeley Alliance Church where he has been serving as interim oastor. i. Card of Thanks 3. tost and Found 5. Ptrsonalt REWARD $100 reward ottered for information leading to the arreit and conviction of persons Involved in the then of tix flags from Renaucte Sunday a.m. Information, names will be Kept confidential. 4. Htlp Wanted FRANK HALL -- 751-5J*. One call for all your Insurance reduced rates, fire, auto/ risk. FOR HIRE:One well used carpenter, 20-plus years experience. Remodeling and additions, Wally Sharpe, 854-7337. 4. Notices WELCOME WORLD BOOK in your home. It makes a complex world make sense. DRIVER WANTED to drive our car one way to Chicago this weekend, Fri. Jan. 26. Call 751-8692. WE Your television viewing Viewers who receive UHF will receive KDAL on channel 72; WDSM on channel 75; and KTHI on channel 80. VHP viewers will receive KNMT, channel 12. Cable viewers will receive KDAL on channel 3, KXJB on channel 4, CBWT on channel 5 WDSM on channel 6, WDAY on channel 8, KTHI on channel 11, KNMT on channel 12 and WIRT on channel 13. Information for television log is furnished to the Pioneer by the TV stations. wish to express our deepest appreciation to the many organizations who helped bring holiday happiness to the staff, patients, and residents of the Bemidji Hospital and Nursing Unit during the Christmas Season. THE BEMIDJI { HOSPITAL | 2. In Memoriam IN MEMORY of Sherry Ann Prince who passed away four years ago today, Jan. 25,1969. Not dead to us who loved her, not lost but gone before; she lives with us in memory/ and will forever more. Sadly missed by mother, father, brothers and sister. SCOUTING HAS A program which can benefit your son! Is your son a Scout? No? Call Dave Pom«roy 751-8576. CARPETING AT GALLI Furniture of Bagley, for quality choice, value and savings. A N T I Q U E FURNITURE stripping and refinishing. McFarland's Cabinets, Midway Dr., Bemidji. 751-2114. THE PROVEN carpet cleaner, Blue Lustre is easy on the budget. Restores forgotten colors. Rent electric shampooer $1. Ness. O.K. HI NEIGHBOR! Tried Blue Lustre for cleaning carpets? It's super! Rent electric shampooer. SI. Swedmark's Hardware. NEW X-ll Reducing Plan, 42 Tablets, $3.00 Money back Guarantee. Glass Block Drug. NORTHERN MINN, finest display of new pianos and organs. Kim ball Music, Blackduck. 835 6345. 6. Help Wanted CUSTODIAN POSITION, Solway Elementary School, daytime hours, insurance, sick leave, vacation, apply in person to George Welte, Business Director, Bemidji Public Schools. EXPERIENCED DELIVERY MEN, immediately. Send application to P.O. Box 827. WANTED: Teachers or retired couple to live in and manage resort near Bemidji. Write Ray Olson, Hackensack, Minn. 56452 with full information on self and references. WAITRESS WA NTED: Apply in person, Sniders Cafe. ·1AUTY OPERATOR wantfd, Barbra't in Bag ley. 494-3250. doted Monday. AVON CAN HELP CURE those big bill hangovers from the Holidays. Earn extra cash as an AVON Representative to get free and clear again. Call now: 7515211 or 681 6613 collect evenings. Write Lois Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 66 Ttiief River Falls. TRANSPORTATION NEEDED: From Bemidji to Bagley daily Monday thru Friday, bet- we«n 3:00 and 4:00. Call 751-3740, ask for Gioriea. THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY Needs You DIESELTRUCK DRIVERSTRAINING Do you want to learn dieset truck driving? It's easy to become a professional in only three weeks, LEARN NOW- PAY LATER some down payment required. Approved for Veteran's training. Train on the "Big Diesel Rigs". Job opportunities for graduates. Write Diesel School, Box 3275, Duluth, Mn. Home Office, Sun Prairie, Wis. 7. Work Wanttd SNOWPLOWINO, rtMontblt rattt. Roy Fortt 7511323 or 7511647. PAPERING OR PAINTING residential or commtrcial fr«e estimates. Darrdl Dihl. CARPENTER WORK WANTED, rough or finish, siding, door- hanging, roofing, or whatever. Dale Halverson. 751-2172, 9. Business Services FOR QUALITY plumbing and heating call Dick's Plumbing and Heating, 751-4964,V/4 miles W. on 4th St. WE MAKE RUBBER STAMPS, daters, etc. Call Arrow Printing Inc. 751-1564. SIWINO MACHINI rffttlr all makes and modrti. Rtwonabtt prlcts. Net ion'* Fabrics and Interior Fatfilont. 20* 3rd St., Bemidjl. 751-5793. WHEIL ALIGNMINT and spin balancing. Harold's Conoco Service. 751-3510. JEFFSANDBERG'S SEPTIC TANK AND CESS POOL SERVICE Emergencies 'given special attention. Cold weather doesn't stop us!! CALLJEFF AT 751-2477 CARPET SALES and INSTALLATION GARY BINKERT 308 Gould Ave. Bemidji Phone 751-8245 ASHLEY AUTOMATIC WOOD HEATER: soon available in Bemidji area. Write A M Sa!c3 and Service. Box 344, Rt. 5, Bemidji. Call evenings or weekends. 586-2258. ADVERTISEMENT FORBID The Lammers Town Board will accept bids for the repair of replacement of the basement walls of the Town Hall located in Solway. Bids will beopened Feb. 15th at 1:00 p.m. at the Town Hall. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Ole /Woe, Solway. 467-4131. TELEPHONE WORK from your home, for a health agency. Non-sales. Reply to Box 30 c-o The Pioneer. POSITION OPEN for director of Cass Lake Day Care Center. For application or interview call Manpower Office, Cass Lake, 3352237. PULP SKIDDERS WANTED. Owner operators. Trucks for hauling pulpwood with ladders. 218-276-4612. V.R. Gowdy, Big Falls, Minnesota. POSITION OPEN immediately. Bookkeeper, e x p e r i e n c e preferred. Send resume to Box 400 c-o Pioneer. INCOME TAX SERVICE -Evenings and weekends, Herb Rosch. 1023 Irvine Ave. 751-1744. SALESMAN WANTED Liquor Wholesales has an opening in the Bemidji and surrounding area. Must have car. Previous liquor selling experience not necessary. Please send resume and pix to box 20, c-o Pioneer. Rent-A-Car HERTZ LICENSEE DIAL 751-5230 fine Ridge Service, Inc. Hwy. 2West, Bemidji EXPERT SERVICE on all makes of SEWING MACHINES Dial Sew Sewing Machine Sales KIRBYCO. 223.3rd St. Bemidji 751-6452 GIVE US A CALL and we will show you how you can save up to 25 per cent on water heating costs. Culligan. 751-2651. SEWER OR WATER "pipes frozen? Phone Gregg's Plumbing Heating, 710-4th St. W., 751-1728. We have a steamer for frozen sewer lines. Electric powered sewer cleaner for cutting roots and heaters for thawing frozen water pipes. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH THE LOCKHORNS CBWT Thursday, Jan. 25 4:30 Drop In 5:00 What's New 5:30 Get Smart 6:00 Temperatures Rising , 7:3FMaude 8:00 Carol Burnett 9:00 Clochemerle 9:30 Bandwagon 10:00 The Market place 10:30 Encounter 11:00 News, weather, sports 11:44 "Fast Sexy" KTHI Thursday, Jan. 25 6:30 Dragnet 7:00 Mod Squad 8:00 Kung Fu 9:00 Streets of San Francisco 10:00 Scene at Ten 10:20 "Mardi Gras" 12:05 Dick Cavett " 1:35 News WIRT Thursday, Jan. 25 4:00 "16 Fathoms Deep" 5:30 News 6:30 Dr. Kildare 7:00 Mod Squad 8:00 Kung Fu 9:00 Streets of San Francisco 10:00 News, sports, weather 10:40 Snowmobile Corner 11:00 "Man in the Middle" WDAY Thursday, Jan. 25 6:30 Mouse Factory 7:00 Flip Wilson 8:00 Ironside 9:00 Dean Martin 10:00 News, weather, sports 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 News KNMT Thursday, .tan. 25 6:30 Little People 7:00 Flip Wilson 8:00 Ironside 9:00 Dean Martin 10:00 News, weather, sports 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 News WDSM Thursday, Jan. 25 6:30 News 7:00 Flip Wilson 8:00 Ironsirfo 9:00 Dean Martin 10:00 News 10:30 Tonight Show KXJB Thursday, Jan. 25 6:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 7:00 The Waltons 8:00 "The Hallelujah Trail" 10:00 News 10:30 "Murder Once Removed" KDAL Thursday, Jan. 25 6;30 Growing Up on Welfare 7:00 The Waltons 8:00 "Halleluiah Trail" 10:00 Late Sccne-3 News 10:30 "Murder One* Removed" WDSM Friday, Jan. 26 6:30 News 7:00 Sanford Son 7:30 Little People 8:00 Circle of Fear 9:00 Bobby Darin Show 10:00-News 10:30 Tonight Show WDAY Friday, Jan. 26 6:30 Emergency 7:30 Little People 8:00 Circle of Fear 9:00 Bobby Darin 10:00 News, weather, sports 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 News KTHI Friday, Jan. 26 6:30 Let's Make a Deal 7:00 Brady Bunch 7:30 Partridge Family 8:00 Burt Bacharach 9:00 Love American Style 10:00 Scene at Ten JO:20 "Sally St. Anne" 12:05 Wide World of Entertainment 1:35. News CBWT Friday, Jan. 26 4:30 Drop In 5:00 Hi Diddle Day 5:30 Get Smart 6:00 Odd Couple 6:30 24 Hours 7:30 Dick Van Dyke 8:00 M.A.S.H. 8:30 All in the Family 9:00 Tommy Hunter 10:00 Program X 10:30 Tommy Banks 11:00 News, weather, sports 11:44 Hawaii Five-0 12:44 Movie to be announced KNMT Friday, Jan. 26 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7:00 Brady Bunch 7:30 Partridge Family 8:00 Circle of Fear 9:00 Bobby Darin Show 10:00 News, weather, sports 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Tracks Trails WIRT Friday, Jan. 26 3:30 "The Buccaneer" 5:30 News 6:30 Black Beauty 7:00 Brady Bunch 7:30 Partridge Family 8:Op_Burt Bachan»*H 9:00 Love, American Style 10:00 News, sports, weather 10:40 "Ballad of Josie" KXJB FHdav. Jan.2« 6:30 rarem oame 7:00 Mission Impossible 8:00 "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" 10:00 News 10:30 '-'Moon Zero Two" KUAL Friday, Jan. 26 6:30 The Parent Game 7:00 Mission Impossible 8:00 "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" 10:00 Late Scene-3 News 10:30 "Moon Zero Two" 12:00 Creature Features I WISH 1 COULD, LET ME HOLD LEETLE TATER, LOWEE1V- AW'VOU CAN TAKE VORESELF A TEA BREAK BUT TATER JEST ) TOOK A rf T6A POT ) BREflK / BLONDIE FORECAST FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1973 CARROLL RIOHTER'S MR. BUMSTEADy . I DONJ'T KNJOW WHAT TO GET MY SISTER FOR HER -T BIRTHDAY TOMORROW WELL,/ WMAT DID YOU GIVE HER LAST YEAR? ELMO, GO HOME AND TELLYOUR MOTHER SHE Vs/ANJTS »--^ BUZ SAWYER from the Carroll Rtohter Inttftutt GENERAL TENDENCIES: You can gain much headway today by carefully studying an important item you have in mind. See where it fits into the jigsaw puzzle of your life. You can also gain the goodwill of those you wish to be allied with in the future by doing something that pleases them very much. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Handle business and other important obligations well and make big headway right now. Listen carefully to what mate has to suggest. Cooperate willingly and make your lives more happy together. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Talk with associates and find out how to make your joint project more successful. You can now handle a civic matter in a clever way. Put that fine plan you have to work. Show that you have poise. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have much work ahead of you so don't delay giving it your prompt attention. Pay more attention to your diet and have better health. Avoid one who wants to take you away from the practical. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You want to enjoy yourself but you must stick to the tried and proven, otherwise you could get into trouble. Show thoughtfulness for mate. Courtesy doesn't cost anything. Use more of it. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You need to improve fundamental affairs and now is just the time for that. Although kin may seem demanding, it is only because they love and believe in you. Don't go off any tangents at this time. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Use all that extra energy you have to make routine work more efficient and derive more b e n e f i t s from it. Don't neglect to handle important correspondence. Evening is best spent at home with mate. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Plan how to have a larger income and be more comfortable throughout the rest of the winter. Fix your budget so that you can save more money. Cut down on expenses wherever you can. Be wise. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Take stock of yourself and see how to improve your state of health and increase your personal charm. Engage in the social affairs that will bring you the data you need. Be tactful at all times. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Prepare well now for making greater advancement in the business world in the near future. Your hunches are good and should be followed for good results in dealing with others. Be cheerful. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get together with good friends so that you can have not only a good time, but gain the information you want and need. Listen to what a determined friend has to say. This can be very helpful. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You can get into civic and vocational duties and make big headway right now. Pty an important bill and build up your credit. Show mate much affection in the evening. Think kindly, act kindly. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have certain ideas that should be discussed with those of experience before you try to put them in operation. Handling correspondence now is wiie. Avoid one who has an eye on your assets. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he or ihe will be one of those magnetic young people who know* exactly what goal to strive for and how to go after it. M*!rt lull ?ou teach right teneti so that your progeny will be a capable person and a respected citizen. Give the right discipline which will help develop a strong character, plus food religious training. Sports are a fine outlet here. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! I'M MAKING SOME CHANGES, HON. WO MORE FLYISK3 UP TO PEOPLE OUK STUFF. /KMAMD'S SENPIN TO THE SUPERMARKET, WE'LL MEET AMP SWAP PACKAGES. MEAMWUILE: TM PUTTING MEN TO WATCH EVERY MOVE THE CHAUFFEUR AMP THE EMERALD LADY MAKE. FIRST, WE LEARN. HOW THEY WORK, THEN we NAB BEETLE BAILEY WALK BY A6AIN, Ml£5 BUXLE PLEASE, PLEASE WALK BY/ LET ME ONE MOKE TIME.' PLEASE, I'LL DO ARCHIE (THE SNOW WAS so MISS HA66LV/) LOVELY j WHAT AND I / HAPPENED ?J1 WAS ) CUTTING SHOOLDN^ BE RUNNING AROUND COULDN'T YOU SEE THE WIRE FENCE ? AND I RAN INTO A WIRE WELL-. IT WAS NIGHT.. AND.. THE LIGHTS ON MY SNOWMOBILE WERE DIM / SNOW YOUA ACROSS THIS FIELD... STEVE CANYON NOT Y£T A SINGLE ACT/FACT OF ANCIENT SHIPS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN SUNK IN THAT CHANNCL.' TONIGHT PLACE A FEW TRIN6TS IN THE SAND-SO THE JTU- - DENT ARDOR DOES NOT COOL f IN AMERICA IT 1$ A HEADLINE IF MDU FIND AN INDIAN BURIAL MOUND --BUT STILL IT 15 IMPERSONAL,. HERE, WHEN OURDI66ERS UNCOVER A CITY,THEY MAY BE POKING INTO SOME ANCESTORS LIVING ROOM AND WHILE STEVE WATCHES ONE EXCAVATION... ANOTHER 15 IN PROGRESS ON THE ISRAELI COAST COL. CANYON, THE PAST IS IMPORTANT To EVERY ISRAELI CITIZEN AH,PROFESSOR,' \ AH,ZO.' HOW THE GREAT DREDGE CLEARS J lV

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