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Fergus Falls Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Fergus Falls, Minnesota Saturday Jan. 25, 1958fergus Falls Minn daily journal Page three Fergus youth Minnesota has june in january faces charge of burglary two others Are charged by City police with Petit larceny John we. Frederickson 19, of Fergus Falls faced a charge of third degree burglary when he was arraigned before judge w. Earl Williams in municipal court yesterday. He waived preliminary hearing and was bound Over to District court. Bond was set at $2,000. The charge was made by City police after burglary of the lamp Ert lumber company Jan. 12. Clinton Leroy Erickson 19, Fergus Falls faced a charge by City police of Petit larceny. He pleaded not guilty. Trial will be set in municipal court. Bond was fixed at $200. Erickson is charged specifically with stealing a purse from Mary Lou Dyrland. Contents of the purse were valued at More than $10. Chester James Nelson 27, of Fergus Falls also faced a City to j lice charge of Petit larceny in connection with the theft of 500 pounds of Copper wire from the Hoot Lake Plant of the Otter Tail Power company. He pleaded guilty and a 90-Day sentence was suspended on condition he make restitution. An Iowa Man Alfred j. Cavanaugh was fined $10 and costs for going through a Stop sign. He was one of numerous motorists who have been fined recently for going through the Stop sign at the Junction of highways 52 and 59 South of Fergus Falls. Speeding was the Highway patrol charge against Lawrence w. Schraft of Moorhead. He was tined $20 and costs. City police made two charges against James Hultman of Fergus Falls. He was fined $100 and costs for leaving the scene of an Accident after hitting a parked car owned by Kenneth Ecker 817 Riverside. He also was tined $30 and costs for careless driving. In municipal court this morning Emit l. Halliday of Bertha was fined $15 and costs on a Highway patrol charge of speeding. His Drivers License was suspended for 30 Days. Tho Highway patrol charged to i land Mccrary of Glenwood with. Junta shakeup adds to Unity in Venezuela both Jimenez supporters and vandals roam streets of Caracas it was june in january in Minnesota when these Brothers donned swim suits and posed on their farm in Friberg township Jan. 12. The High of 45 degrees did t induce Thomas and Frederick Kadel to plunge into a Lake but they weren to uncomfortable helping to dispel theories of unbearable cold in Minnesota. They Are sons of or. And mrs. Floyd Kadel who own a farm 18 Miles Northeast of Fergus Falls. Father sits crushed in saddened House Little girl murdered by neighbor was one of seven children by Dee Chambliss Winner s. D. Apr to o in Benedict groggy from a sedative sat in his living room. His face was without expression. A few hours earlier the body of his 12-year-old daughter Les. Lie had been recovered from an Goin through a stops in and he j aban Mcd ecu a Bachelor neighbor Paul Huber 26, had confessed he killed the seventh grader. He was in jail and charged with murder. Was fined $10 and costs charged by the Highway patrol with careless driving Doyle w. Miller of Clitherall was fined $40 and costs. Woman Given 2 sentences for forgery Mother of a a sentenced to i p to to years in Moorhead court Moorhead a Mother who admitted passing about $2,140 Worth of bad checks to a meet the High Cost of living Friday was sentenced up to to years in Minnesota women a reformatory at Shakopee mrs. Ardeen Delores Anderson 27, wife of a Fertile min school teacher and Mother of three children wept when District judge Byron Wilson sentenced her Here. She earlier had been Given a 10-year suspended sentence in District court at Crookston Minn. On similar forgery charges. She had admitted passing a bout too bogus checks Over a 2in-year period in two Minnesota and two North Dakota counties. Wilson said he a regretted exceedingly sending her to the reformatory but that she must have known she was liable for imprisonment when she violated the Law. A detainer also has been placed against her by Cass county n. D. G. N. Layoffs at St. Cloud one third of employees in shops there Laid off St. Cloud Minn. A great Northern railway Friday announced it has Laid off 214 employees at the St. Cloud car building and repair shops. A spokesman for the Railroad said it is hoped the Layoff will be temporary. He said the move was caused by a decline in business and need to lengthen the railways car building and repair program. Many of the men affected have less than three years of experience the company said. The Layoff will leave some 320 men in the working Force. Susan b. Anthony crusader for woman s rights was fined a Hundred dollars for trying to vote in 1872. She refused to pay it. And the men finally gave up and did no to press the charge. Benedict leaned far Ward and opened the conversation by apologizing to newsmen for not haying been More helpful. He had been besieged by reporters during the two Days Leslie was missing. A we could t say everything a Benedict told newsmen a Elf you were in my position you would have done the same he said he understand How such a tragedy could have happened. He was barely acquainted with Huber. Neighbors gathered around the Benedict Home to help with chores and take care of the children. The youngest children did not realize what had happened to their sister. They played happily in the House. Leslie was one of seven children. Surviving Are Robert 18 Ronald 16 Keith 14 Elaine 5 Lorraine 4, and Leroy 19 months. The dead girl was described As bashful quiet punctual and a Bove average in school. A she almost always came Home soon after school a her father said. Neighbors said Huber was a a stand Offish sort who did no to pal around much Writh during the korean War he served with the South Dakota National guard. Acquaintances said he was a a healthy Good looking Young he was in North Dakota for a time before taking Over operation of his fathers farm a few months ago. An exhaustion both emotional and physical marked reactions of persons in Winner a town of some 3,500. Many of those who helped search for the girl slept for the first time in three Days. George Talbot my his bloodhound Joy rested in a hotel. They waited for the weather to Clear a plane was to return Talbot and his dog to Deer Lodge Mont. Benedictus neighbors took a col i Lection to pay Talbot a expenses i to Winner. Any Money remaining was to go to the Benedict family. Lat Friday night after Leslie a body had been taken from the Well Talbot and game Warden Harold Davis performed a humane chore. They fed the hogs on Hubert a farm. A we had to do that a Talbot said. A the hogs did no to have anything to do with Republican named in Neely s place Charleston w. A. Apr i John d. Hoblitzell jr., chair i Man of the West Virginia state Republican committee was named by gov. Cecil h. Underwood to a Day to the . Senate succeeding Matthew m. Neely Democrat who i died last saturday. I or. Wething Detroit lakes Man of year received distinguished service award at Jaycees dinner or. Duane Wething of Detroit lakes received the distinguished service award at a Jaycee dinner Given in his Honor Friday night in Detroit lakes. He was chosen As the outstanding Young Man in the Community for leadership ability his contribution to the Community a welfare and participation in Community service. Or. Wething has been a chiropractor in Detroit lakes for the past six years and before moving his practice there spent two years in Waseca. He is an Active member of the kiwanis club toastmasters club Active in boy scouts and in the Jaycee projects and is a member of the methodist Church. He was chairman of the clean up paint up Jaycee project in Detroit lakes last year which won second place in the nation. He is married to the former Beverly Speers of Minneapolis and they have two children. David an Susan. Or. Wething is a son of or. And mrs. Palmer Wething of i this City. Tilt Sami to Yoc new Boston Ohio apr Only one headlight was working on the approaching car. So patrolman Jack Foit stopped it and said a from a distance it appeared you might have been driving a the Driver returned a from a distance it appeared you were Foit checked his police Cruiser. Only one headlight was working. Mrs. Fink. Of Wahpeton Dies. Wahpeton n. . Theodore Josephine Fink 81, of Wahpeton died Friday in a Hospital at Breckenridge after a Long illness. Mrs. Fink the former Josephine Henkenius was born oct. 4, 1876, in Iowa and was married to or. Fink Jan. 25, 1898 at Arcadia Iowa. They came to Richland county in 1903, settling at Mooreton. In 1911 they retired from farming and came to Wahpeton. Or. Fink died in 1928. Caracas Venezuela apr the ruling Junta fired two of its military officers last night and As a Quot result won a pledge of support from the civilian patriotic group that sparked the successful revolt against dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez. The civilian Leader Young newspaper reporter fab Scio Ojeda said the ouster of the two officers who had been closely identified with the fallen regime meant there was now a absolute political Ojeda joined with the Junta in appealing for an end to rioting and vandalism that has swept Caracas since Perez Jimenez fled Early thursday. But angered mobs still seeking vengence against the dictators supporters and diehard adherents to Perez Jimenez continued to roam the capital yesterday. About 300 persons have been re ported killed and 1,000 wounded j in disorders that began with a general strike against Perez Jimenez tuesday. J the strike and subsequent Street fighting was led by ojedas civil i Ian underground and soon won Over younger military officers. Late wednesday night senior offi a cers led by rear . Wolfgang Larrazabal told Perez Jimenez it was time to go. He fled to the dominican Republic. Larzabal and four other officers then took Over. The civilian group withheld support however and demanded free elections As soon As possible As Well As other guarantees that Freedom had returned. The civilian rebels and a Strong Young officer faction opposed two Junta members. Army col. Roberto Casanova and air Force col. Abel Romero vitiate. They were credited with important roles in suppressing a Jan. I revolt by the air Force and some army units which touched off three weeks of ferment leading up to the general strike. Under pressure the Junta dropped the two while adding two civilians industrialist Eugenio Mendoza who Larrazabal said would be sworn in today and Engineer Blas Lambert. Larrazabal a Junta which already had abolished censorship dissolved the hated secret Security police replaced All police in the streets with soldiers and ordered evidence gathered for prosecution of those responsible for torture of political prisoners. Interior minister Virgilio Tor Reable Silva ordered state governors to make certain All political prisoners had been freed. Thousands of rioters roamed the streets yesterday. One official said the trouble was partly Plain vandalism. Calm was restored when the curfew went into effect two hours Early but later armed bands Rode j through the capital firing machine guns and Small arms from cars. The army officer commanding the heavily armed curfew patrol said they were diehard supporters of Perez Jimenez. Rioters invaded the nicaraguan embassy last night and shot it Homero Gonzales seriously your j Ding that former secret police official who had taken Refuge there troops who came to restore order took him to a Hospital. The dominican Republic embassy also was threatened but was not invaded. The target was sex dictator Juan Peron of Argentina. Dominican ambassador Rafael Bonnelli said Peron was in the embassy As a guest but had not formally sought political Refuge customarily granted by embassies to political fugitives. Judd a Minn says that Summit conferences on world affairs wont work because the communists keep their Side of any bargain made. Talking to a luncheon club Here Friday the congressman said that he would hang onto Secretary of state Dulles a to the last Many because the communists Are voicing a slogan that a Dulles must he said Dulles also had been accused of being inflexible in foreign affairs. A if standing firm against communism is inflexibility god give us More of it a said Judd. Judd takes stand in support of Dulles Minneapolis apr a e p. Jungers. The poor Man s Furnace less Oil. A More and belter heat no smoke. No soot. No odor Ani costs less to buy ask for a demonstration today general Supply co. 201 West Lincoln phone 2541 Fergus Falls Gearhart s funeral Homes Ashby Minnesota Battle Lake. Minn. Fergus Falls. Minn. Underwood Minn. 21-Llour emergency ambulance drop seen in unemployment Washington apr the labor department has reported a mid january drop in the number of applications for unemployment benefits Down for the week ended Jan. 18 by 86,400 from the previous week. The labor departments employment Security Bureau said the new claims decline was reported in All but two states Michigan and Louisiana. Six passenger train cars derailed one Man killed several injured in Tennessee crash from Chicago and a Porter identified As Max Suggs. Richard Koster Dok division superintendent at Jackson for the in said three coaches a diner and two Pullman cars were derailed. One coach and the empty diner overturned in a ditch. One Pullman came to rest at a 45-degree Angle. Koster Dok declined to give a specific cause of the derailment but said the Railroad is investigating. Selmer Tenn. Apr one crewman was killed and at least seven persons were injured today when the last six cars of a Chicago bound Illinois Central passenger train the Seminole derailed near Here. The pre Dawn Accident occurred at a switching Point at Ramer just South of Selmer in Mcnairy county the train was moving on Gulf Mobile and Ohio tracks. Killed was a. C. Whitt of Birmingham a crewman. He was dead on arrival at a Corinth miss., Hospital. Four others were hospitalized at Corinth. The remaining sections of the train pulled into Jackson Tenn., 32 Miles North after the mishap. Three others were hospitalized in Jackson including two passengers place poached eggs on Toast rounds in shallow baking dish pour Over a Rich cheese sauce and i Brown quickly under broiler serve immediately. Rothsay local Farmers Union the Rothsay Farmers Union held their meeting on tuesday evening at Rothsay High school with a Large attendance. The meeting was called to order by president Carl Gruenwaldt. Mrs. Melvin Ronningen gave an interesting report on her trip to Washington . A talk by Leighton Ambrose. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Paulson showed some very interesting pictures of their trip through Europe which were enjoyed by All. A delicious lunch was served by Fred Rolin Laverne schuster Albert and Emil Luehring. Journal ads bring results diaries Transfer files accounting systems typewriters adding machines Victor Lundeen s printing books office furniture the gift shopping Center auction Sale the undersigned will sell at Public auction at the Otto Holm farm located in Section 34, Clitherall township 6 Miles South of Battle Lake or 5 Miles East and 6 Miles North of Ashby on Highway no. 78. Wednesday Jan. 29 Sale commencing at 10 30 . Sharp St. Paul a ladies Aid will serve lunch 5 7 head of raffle 5 7 All amp Bangs tested a no reactors or suspects 1. Holstein cow 4 years old fresh 2. Holstein cow 2 years fresh in of. 3. Shorthorn cow 3 years fresh in . 4. Holstein cow 5 years fresh in . 5. Holstein cow 5 years fresh in . 6. Holstein cow 5 years to freshen in april 7. Holstein cow 6 years fresh in . 8. Holstein cow 3 yrs., to freshen in March 9. Holstein cow 2 years fresh in . 10. Holstein purebred 7 yrs., fresh in Jan. 11. Holstein cow 6 years fresh in . 12. Holstein cow 3 yrs., to freshen in feb. 13. Holstein cow 3 yrs., to freshen in feb. 14. Brindle cow 3 years to freshen in feb. 15. Shorthorn cow 3 years fresh in Jan. 16. Shorthorn cow 6 years fresh in . 17. Shorthorn cow 6 years fresh in . 18. Shorthorn cow 6 years fresh in Jan. 19. Shorthorn cow 3 years fresh in Jan. 20. Holstein cow la years to freshen in mar. 21. Holstein cow la years to freshen in apr. 22. Holstein Heifer 2 years old open 23. Shorthorn Heifer 2 yrs., to freshen in feb. 24. Hereford cow 2 years calf at Side 25. Shorthorn Heifer 1b years old open 26. Holstein Bull 2 years old 27. Shorthorn cow 2 years old 7 Holstein heifers i year old open 2 mixed heifers i year old open 2 Holstein steers i year old i shorthorn Heifer i year old open 4 mixed shorthorn steers i year old i Blue Roan steer i year old 7 Holstein Heifer calves i to 3 months old 4 Holstein Bull calves i to 3 months old i shorthorn calf i month old i purebred Holstein Heifer calf i to. Old tractors and machinery 1948 inc Model m tractor 1945 inc Model m tractor new sleeves and pistons 1952 inc Model ii tractor wire front 1956 Minneapolis Moline i Sheller 1957 anhydrous ammonia applicator fertilizer attachment for 4-Row cultivator 1950 inc 4-Row Corn planter fertilizer attachment 1953 inc 4-Row cultivator 1950 inc Model 62 Combine 1954 inc 10-foot Swather 1948 inc 2m Corn picker International 45t Baler Powch Takeoff 1948 inc 7-foot 25v Mower 1948 inc Side Rake 1954 John Deere 6-Section flexible drag 1945 inc 3-16�?� plow 1952 inc 10-foot Field cultivator John Deere 11-ft. Grain Drill with grass seeder attach. 1956 inc 4-Section rotary Hoe Allis Chalmers 2-16�?� plow on rubber Moore stalk Cutter potato planter potato Digger i Row cultivator new idea trailer Case trailer i other trailer Wood wheel Wagon hogs 10 Hampshire sows jus bred household goods upright piano and Bench two Small tables Large and Small crocks electric Popcorn Popper 011 burning parlor Heater Large Dresser toys and games Large roaster some House plants Many other items Hay feed and seed cd / 200 Bales of Straw More or less 500 Bales of mixed Clover Hay More or less 600 Bales of 1st crop Alfalfa More or less 250 Bales of june grass miscellaneous 2-unit surge milking machine stainless steel with inc pump and motor 36-foot Little giant elevator inc 10-c Hammer Mill Bob sled miscellaneous 2-wheel trailer 10-ft. Feed bunk hero 40-Inch fanning Mill Hudson Oil tank Heater Wagon hoist for elevator 14-foot feed bunk 2 wooden Wagon boxes 325-gallon gasoline barrel and stand 1000-Pound platform scale round Cream cooler 16-ft. Rowboat 15-ft, 3-in. Grain Auger 2 scoop boards for Wagon boxes 2 Good fishing dark houses 5 h p International Gas engine Many other articles too numerous to mention usual terms of Sale please make arrangements with clerk before bidding no goods to be removed until settled for. Everything sold a was is Elmer g Erickson Erwin Zaske and Bob Eldred auctioneers the first National Bank of Battle Lake clerk

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