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VITAL STATISTICS Births Obituaries The following births have been reported at St. Olaf Hospital: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ulwelling, Minneapolis, son, Jan, 12. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Patzer, 401 N. Division, son, Jan. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bailey, 1906 Collins, daughter, Jan. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Young, Dexter, daughter, Jan. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ferguson, 305 N. First, daughter, Jan 13. The following birth has been reported outside of Austin: Sp-3 and Mrs. James J. Went zel, Baumholder, Germany, daughter, Jan. 4. They are for-! mer Austin residents. Marriage Licenses John D. Houston, 602 Gai field, and Alvid M. Schleicher, 2203 Ellis. Deaths WALTER P. DENNIS Walter P. Dennis died Saturday morning at Mason City after suffering a heart attack. 1895 Russell Felty 1937 Russell Felty was born on the farm, east of Walthr.m, Nov. 3, 1895, the son of John and Mary Felty, and he passed away at St. Olaf Hospital, Austin, Dec. 31, 1957 at the age of 62 years and f wo months. He served in the Army during the First World War and then wrs married to Hattie Blake on Aug. 23, 1924, at the Baptist parsonage in Austin. To this union were born three children, Erwin, serving ir the Air Force and at present stationed at Kessler Air Force Base Miss., Walter, now living on the home farm, and Lynn of Waltham With the exception of t'ne time in the Army, Mr. Felty lived al his life on the same farm, where he whs born, up to March 20 1956, when he and his wife mover into the village of Waltham, where they were living at the lime o. his death. Besides his wife and thre sons, he leaves to mourn his passing, one brother, Vern o Brownsdale; two sisters, Eliza HONORED — Game Warden Emil Schaffer looks over the plaque presented to him by State Chief Warden Francis Johnson on behalf of the Cedar Valley Conservation Club. A former Blooming Prairie I bet , h Anderson, Osakis, Minn., resident, he is survived by hi s i and Ruth Nlchols - Ba B lev ' Mlnn -: wife; a son, Lawrence; a broth-! and 8™"dch«dren. er, Glen Dennis, Blooming Prai- He was P receeded ' m death bv rie; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Ward, one brother . Lafe Jacobson, Minn.; a nephew. James E. Dennis, Austin. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Mason City. TIIAYER L. BROWN M-Sgt. Thayer L. Brown died Saturday at El Paso, Texas. He was a son-in-law of George Cox, Maple Island, and a brother-in-law of Mrs. Willard Block, Austin. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy, and four children. Funerals Funeral services for Walter P. Dennis, Mason City, will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Family Church, Mason City. Inter ment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Austin.' Funeral services for Lawrence Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to our neighbors, friends and relatives for the flowers, memorials, cards, gifts of food and the many expressions of kindness and sympathy shown us during our recent bereavement. We especially thank Dr. Jewell, Rev. F. Peterson, the Hay field Funeral Home, Mrs. F. Playle, Mrs. C. Nelson, the pallbearers, Rothie Post, American Legion, and the ladies who served lunch at the church. Mrs. Russell Felty and Fam- iiy. Ambulance Runs SATURDAY 10:45 p.m. — Six miles Northeast of Brownsdale to St. Olaf BUDGET (Continued from Page 1) revisions or eliminations" of many nonmilitary programs, ranging from federal payments to farmers to expenditures for war veteran services and benefits. Eisenhower said: "Americans Schaffer Honored at CVCC Event Game Warden Emil Schaffer was honored at a farewell supper held in conjunction with the Cedar Val- r yle V. Peterson, Owatonna, fi'-si district supervisor of wardens: Matt Saari, area game manager ley Conservation -Club's annual |Rochester; Cal Meek, game war • , .... _ ... . "-j v-uiioi-i »wi/*w»i VXILIIJ o aijuuai ivuuucatci , v-ai ,iviccr\. Kaiiic 1 Wai- have a tradition of uniting in ac- stag party at the cabin on H igh-lden, Preston; Sheriff Al Remartz, Ion when their freedoms and welfare are threatened. We do not shirk our clear responsibilities (Bob) Hailing, Le Roy, will b e' Hospltal held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the SUNDAY Le Roy Lutheran Church, the 10:3 ° a ' m ' ~ St> Olaf Hos P ltal Rev. Robert A. Reusche official- to w °rrall Hospital, Rochester. ing. Interment will be in LeRoy' 10:35 P' m> - m E - Collins to Lutheran Cemetery. Friends may st - olaf Hos P ital call at the Martz Funeral Home LeRoy, after 2 p.m. Sunday. way 218-N Saturday. land Chief Warden Johnson. Schaffer, who is retiring after! The following lower County 27 years of service as a game groups were represented: Austin , ... , "• • j »-M» u wifcjv»».«fc*^ *JOfc*£,miiw£i UUf O YY*»i\^ 1&£S1 tO^llltVi • J^U<3bV 1 when new challenges arise. | warde n, 12 of them in Mower Archery Club, Boat Club, Retriev- "I feel confident that this budg-iCounty, was honored by both sen-!er Club, Minnesota Game Protec- et expresses the way in which the L>r and junior conservation clubs, j live League, Grand Meadow Con- American people will want to respond to the promises and dangers of the dawning age of space conquest." lowan Who Killed Wife, Held in Texas LAREDO, Tex. (fl — Iowa au- horities were en route today to pick up Jack Hendrick Hoskins, 30, a construction worker charged with slaying his wife Jan. 5 in Rock Rapids, Iowa. Border patrol officers arrested Hoskins about two miles southwest of Laredo Saturday night. Patrol Chief J. J. Fell said Hos- dns waived extradition. He was being held at Webb County jail on a bench warrant charging mur der. • Tonne said the car stolen in Rock Rapids from Art Justi, a cafe operator there. Fell said two of his officers stopped Hoskins to question him about the automobile and that he acted "suspicious." The patrol said Hoskins was "penniless" and told them he was en route to Mexico. Hoskins and his wife were separated and she was in the process of getting a divorce at the time of the shooting. Hoskins had been working in an Ames supermarket prior to the slaying. Mrs. Hoskins had t been living with her parents at Rock Rapids. Hoskins' wife, Carol, 22, wa shot to death with a .22 caliber pistol in the study of a church in Rock Rapids minutes after the baptism of the couple's 2-month-old child. Hoskins was arrested while driving an automobile which Sheriff Fred Tonne of Park Rapids said was stolen last Sunday. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD O Monday, Jan, 13, 1»58 V QUEEN (Continued from Page 1) snapped the new queen, wet- bursting with excitement. Gannon a locomotive engineer on the On behalf of CVCC, Francis | servation Club, Lyle CC and Jr Johnson, state chief warden, pre-icVC. January Clearance DRAPERY and SLIP COVER FABRICS Bark Cloth Satin Back Homespun Antique Satin Sheers Figured & Plain (Values to $3.25 yd.) SPECIAL YD. GLOSHEEN and CHINTZ SPECIAL 98 C All From Regular Stock JANE'S Drapery & Gift Shop 114 N. Main Austin Juvenile Traffic John Jay Jelinek, 17, Blooming] Prairie, license suspended 30 days Eor speeding. John F. Mayer Jr., 17, 705 N. Greenwich, license suspended 30 days for earless driving. Changing Emphasis He told Congress too his program 'reflected the administration's "gradually but substantially" changing emphasis in the light of "growing danger" from Russian military advances. Sixty-four per cent of the new budget is devoted to "protection" —armed forces, military aid to allies and the like—compared with 63 per cent of the current budget. As the White House forecast earlier, no general, tax increases are proposed. Eisenhower suggested, in fact, some tax cuts to aid small business, while recommending higher taxes on aviation fuels to reduce the cost to the government of its activities in the air traffic field. Education Plans Likewise, the President includ- sented Schnffer a plaque. The junior unit gave him a guest book. Cyle Wardron was master of ceremonies, ard Howdy SmUh was Guests included A. H. Emme.lin charge of the Swiss st?ak sup- assistant chief state warden; per. Court News Frank AT Rahfeldt, 1003 Freeborn, was 'fined $15 for speeding. Stewart H. Dokken, Rochester, forfeited $15 for disorderly conduct. Paul Heimsness, 2307 E. Hope, pleaded innocent of an assault charge. Trial is Saturday. Reward Offered in Search for Dannie INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn (ff\ — A reward for "information leading to the solution of the mysterious disappearance" of 5- year-old Dannie Lammon was offered today by a group of International Falls businessmen. Constributions to the fund, begun over the weekend, reached $900. Sheriff Ed Anderson said the search for the boy. missing since he went out to play last Wednes- mice before them, completed examination of a 25-square-mile area Sunday. "We have covered the entire Boys Admit 50 Breakins in Mill City MINNEAPOLIS tfl— Three 15- r year-old boys admitted using a| ou V"by floods'last'summer. house-to house door-knocking sys ' is Milwaukee Road here. On the sidelines they recounted how • neighbor had suggested Jayne take dancing lessons to overcome shyness when she was four, how Jayne showed ability and continued with the study, and how she started a dance studio eight years ago. But Jayne'* boy friend, Jack Carr, didn't wait. He came up, kissed her on the cheek, and said, "I knew you could do it." Faces New Events From the Miss Austin Pageant, Jayne will compete in the Miss Minnesota Pageant, which will be part of the St. Paul Winter Carni- cal the end of the month. Hert , Miss Minnesota, the state's Centennial queen, will be crowned. The winner competes in the Mist America Pageant. Jayne's reign as Miss Austin started right after the pageant Saturday. She made an appearance at the Queen's Dance in the Terp Ballroom, appeared on television Sunday, and will be a 7i«- iting queen at the Waseca Sleigh and Cutter Festival Saturday. Two special numbers on t h t program were a song-dance and organ act featuring Terry and Jimmie Lobland of Chatfield, and j Sandy Anderson's reading, "Th« r Creation," accompanied by Del j Saman at the piano. j Ernest Larson was master of iceremonies; Mrs. George Stahl, ST. PAUL iffl — A new plea to j department is channeling addition-j commentator; and John Flamo, federal agricultural agencies to' provide financial aid immediately to flood stricken farmers in eight northwestern Minnesota counties was made today by Gov. Free- THi GANNON GIRLS — • Jayne Gannon, the new Miss Austin shows her trophy to her sister, Patty. Jayne, as Miss Austin, also received a $100 wardrobe and a $200 scholarship from the Austin Junior Chamber of Commerce and 10 Austin business firms who donated awards. Jayne is still "up in the air with excitement" this morning and sister Patty is pretty happy too. Freeman Renews Plea for Federal Flood Relief man. If the federal agencies refuse to act, Freeman said, he will request action by Congress, through appropriate committees, to help ! farmers whose crops were wiped ed in his message a previously dav morning, was continuing on announced plan for a four-year, a smaller scale. billion-dollar program aimed at helping states improve education He said he planned, with the help of Larry Hedin of Thief standards. But he said he was notjRiver Falls, an agent of the State repeating at this time his propos-! Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, al—which failed to win approval to talk again to everyone who in Congress last year—of federal lives in the neighborhood of the a minute when flying. GENUINE WITCH muse America's largtit Sitting TOILET TANK BALL Noity runnirfg loileli can wattt over 1000 gallon! of water a day. The •ffid»nt, patented Water Master tank ball Inttantly itopt the flow of water after each flushing. 75C AT HARDWARE STORK aid for school construction. He came up with at least one recommendation which, like his foreign aid plan, is sure to meet The common house fly moves opposition: a five-year extension its wings at a rate of 20,000 times o f the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act, with more power for the President to make tariff-cutting agreements with other countries. Congress has shown reluctance to grant this in past years. On the cutback side of the budget, Eisenhower's proposals included: 1. A 300-million-dollar cut in 'arm program spending, bringing .he estimated total to $4,600,000,)00. He said "important revi- , visions" are needed in price support, conservation and rural cred- JLamon home. The boy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lamon. Long lines of searchers, so close tern to burglarize more than 50 northside homes during the past six weeks, police said Sunday. j Officers said the trio to\d them they took more than $500 in cash and jewelry in breakins dating from Dec. 1. Area Surveyed Roger Larson. A survey of the flood stricken £ind , md make new recom . area was made by state offices, ! mendations ,, al surplus commodities into the]general chairman. The stage set- schools and communities where!ting was designed and built by this will be helpful. Freeman's letter to Sjolander requests that the disaster committee review the need for an emergency feed and seed program in the stricken counties. "The economic picture of northwestern Minnesota has not im proved," Freeman said, "and I feel it is incumbent on this committee to reappraise their earlier area Dannie might have reached] Police said the three boys under his own power, not once but several times," said the sheriff. "From 1,000 to 2,500 persons have helped in the hunt, but we have turned up nothing concrete to indicate what may have happened to the boy." He said searchers would concentrate today on areas outside those heretofore covered, adding that members of his staff have already examined ditches and roads for as much as 100 miles around this border community. The latter search was conduct' ed on the theory a motorist might have struck the boy, become frightened and disposed of the knocked on doors and asked for ficticious parties. If no one was Kittson, Marshall, Ponnington, that they drove rabbits and field bod y alon S an isolated road DEFENSE (Continued from Page 1) The Strategic Air Command, operators of the long and medium range nuclear striking force, will drop one wing for a total of 43, with the cut apparently in the present five-wing reconnaissance force. The B52 force will stay at the planned strength of 11 wings. The new B58 supersonic medium bomber will be procured in "production quantities," in the words Sheriff Anderson said thorough- iess of the search thus far leaves ipen the possibility that the boy might have been picked up by iome one and be still alive. it programs, and added he would of a defense offidal The budget live details in a special message also asks {unds to go forward with the new "chemical fuel" long range bomber, an aircraft designed for 2,000 m.p.h. speed and able to reach Russia and return to U.S. bases, nonstop. Eisenhower said construction oi '.ater. His budget message did, 'lowever.jpropose ending the acreage reserve program at the end of the 1958 crop year. 2. A 22-million-dollar in veterans' expenditures. drop This would bring the cost next year! a new ballistic missile detection to about five billion dollars. Ki-j System would be started, along senhower said the cut would be: w j t h expension and improvement j possible because of "a decline in O f the early warning radar net the readjustment needs of veter- W ork built to detect bomber at' SUPER YALU HOP HERE |py_ III! _JJSAVE MORE! FOOD 5TORET TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ONLY! U.S. NO. 1 Red Potatoes .. 25 - s l 09 HILTS DRIP or REGULAR Coffee 1 QC. L,. CAN fljl KLEENEX Cleansing Tissue 4 • HORMEL'S Button Bulk KRAUT Strip s ... 1 29c e • e PKG. 29 C Austin Super Vnlu Gold Bond Stamps 127 Wwt Mill (Next to Penney's) DIAL HE 3*3553 * FBEE DELIVEEY ON ORDERS OF $5 OR MORE Wt Rwtrv* Tht Right To limit Quantities ans of the Korean War and from economies in operations," 3. Higher interest rates on gov- tacks. For tomorrow's warfare in space, Eisenhower referred to the ernment - insured or guaranteed | soon-to-be-formed "Advanced Re mortgages and similar loans. The'search Projects Agency. President urged that private fi-j "Funds are provided for an ex nancing be substituted for govern- j panded research and developmen ment loans and mortgage pur-i effort on military satellites and chases wherever possible. other outer space vehicles, and on In general, he made a strong' anti-missile missile defense sys appeal for state and private bod- j tenis, to be carried out directly ies to take over whatever federal under the secretary of defense,' programs they can. ihe said. Eisenhower struck a tighten-] As part of a $1,370,000,000 sup your-belt note from the start of Iplement to the present fiscal 195 his budget message, saying that'budget, the President proposes to while science has opened new j provide 10 million dollars to start vistas to mankind in recent i off ARPA, plus an authorization legislators and others under the direction of Arthur Hansen, state securities commissioner, snd Freeman made public the findings at a news conference. The area surveyed Includes portions of Beltrami, Clearwater, home, they would enter the house with skeleton keys. In three of the breakins, eggs Polk, Red Lake and Roseau Counties. "These hard-hit farmers don't were smashed around homes, and'want handouts, 1 ' Freeman said. once Christmas presents were ripped open and strewn about. UAW (Continued from Page 1) Under SUB, auto makers contribute to a fund from which unemployment compensation may be supplemented for 26 weeks to give roughly 60 per cent of the normal take-home pay. Protection of jobs also will be "They just want loans and jobs. And, if the Farmers Home Administration refuses to act, Congress ought to know." New Plea The governor made his new plea in letters, accompanied by the Hansen survey report, to Floyd Sjolander, chairman of the disaster committe, and to Gordon Klenk, FHA administrator in Minnesota. The disaster committee includes heads of federal agricultural agencies in the state. Freeman stressed that the farmers, in addition to the floods, have been plagued by two bad crop years. Hansen praised Rep. Ben M. Wichtermen of Pltimmer, Rep, Everett Battles of Warroad, Sen Roy E. Wiseth, Goodridge, Dr Robert S. Hancock, of the Univer sity of Minnesota, and the eigh state departments and citizens who cooperated in making the sur vey. SHOWS TRIP SLIDES LYLE, Minn — Shelby Runkle showed slides taken on her trip to Manitoba as a 4-H exchange member of the Woodbury Rustlers 4-H Club Wednesday. The meeting was at the K of P Hail. asked in factory transfers from I If many farmers are to contin- !ue their operations through next one location to another. New 'English' Course Set for N.Y. Pupils NEW YORK UB—Students in ths city's junior high schools are to be taught how to speak well on the telephone, hold their own in group discussions, and acquire jood taste in choosing and enjoy- .ng the best on television. These and other skills, the Board of Education said yesterday, will be grouped under the heading of "English" along with the age-old skills of spelling, grammer and reading. All are part of "language arts," a new course of study to be taught in grades seven, eight and nine. The industry's Big Three, Gen- summer, Freeman said, they must eral Motors, Ford and Chrysler, have additional credit, reserved immediate comment on "The study also shows," Free- the union's demands. man said, "that the feed situation The program was approved by is becoming critical, in that far- the UAW's International Execu- mers are liquidating part of their tive Board. It will be submitted foundation dairy herds in order to the unionV special convention which meets in Detroit next week to shape demands to be made on the auto industry in the spring. The union sidetracked previously announced goals of a shorter work week coupled with a substantial increase in pay. It said the new program is "unique in that it departs from the usual uniform set of demands advanced by the UAW and served on all companies, regardless of size and profit position." Largest county in the U n i: e d States is San Bernardino County, Calif. to obtain ready cash and cut operating costs. No Credit Farmers, unable to pay off old bank debts, have no credit, Freeman stressed, and then added, 'they have no place to go." Freeman said that the state, within its meager resources as compared with the federal government, already has set up expanded programs for school lunches wherever necessary and has provided employment to a number of local persons through conserva - tion and highway department projects. In addition, the public welfare The latest census shows the Jnited Kingdom has a population of 51,221,000. Nearly 42 million live in England. The Joneses' property insurance didn't "keep up with the Joneses" The Joneses' property grew In value every year as they made improvements and additions to their fine home. Then, one sad day, fire destroyed the house. And they found their insurance wasn't nearly enough to 'replace everything they'd lost— especially at today's higher costs. Be sure you'rt pro* tected with enough insurance, See us for a property insurance check-up today. AUSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY Dial HE 3-3452 AUSTIH SAVINGS & LOAN BLOB. Representing tht Hartford Fire Insurance Company Vacation Route to Scandinavfa Aboard World's Largest 'Superiiner* QUEEN ELIZABETH* QUEEN MARY A 3-way pleasure by Cunard when "Getting There is Half the Fun!" 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The new ship program will in elude a nuclear-propelled subma rine equipped for firing the Regu. . . and write today to find out lus S uided missile, four other how you can still apply for a $1,000 atomic - powered subs, and the life insurance policy to help take Navy's first nuclear-powered fri- care of final ex.oensrs wj:'v.-. t bi;r- S ate for use "* antisubmarine dening your family. Mail a post- WOJ 'k- card or letter, giving your name,' The spending budgets for the address and age to: i three services look like this: Army—Present budget estimated at $9,043,000,000; new budget People 50 to 80 CODY Down This Name And Address Now. • • Old American Ins. Co. 3 West 9th, Dept. L122B Kansas City, Missouri There is no obligation—aud no one will call on you. You can handle the entire transaction by mail. |8,8SO,(X>0,000. new $1,913,,. Navy — Present $U),G40,UOU,000; j new $10,913,000,000. Air Force — Present $18,441,000,000; new $18,736,000,000. What a difference a No need to run to answer each call. No worries about unwatched pots on the stove. It's a real step- saver any housewife will welcome! Telephones in your kitchen, bedroom or workshop add extra convenience, privacy and protection. Each extension phone kitchen 'phone makes! only a few cents a day. Call vour telephone business office now. Northwestern Bell Telephone \Vliat a big difference telephone service uuikti ... and liow little it cuds I