The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 9
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Automatic Turkey Houst to Be Shown HAYFMLD, MIA. -» A r»» tar- k«y hou», with automatic feeding controls Ml be shown next Thursday on the ttatold Quit! fawn, imitheast of Hayfleld. The 900 x pole-type hou»- Ing has overhead feed bins, automatic watering, wfttroHed venti. latlon and fibergtftu Iniufatiofi. The QuUla raise about 40,000 tur- keyi tmially. Fleet of Tugs Aid Rescuo of Greeks DOVER, England <AP) - An international fleet of tugs and ships today completed the rescue ot th« crew* of two Greek freight- era. Th« 11,186-ton King Mindi hid knifed through the 7,194-ton grain ship Prodromes in the foggy English Channel Wednesday. Read The Clautf led Adi, Do few Christmas Shopping it STERLING AU. YOUR NBRDft IN ONE CONVENIENT LOCATION... Marmesh on Crack Squad at Shattuek Bryin Mifwiib. ton rf Mr, and Mrs. CDS C. Marmesh, Affstin Acres, has been selected a mem' ber of the nationally known precision drill team at fihattuck school, Faribault, the crack squad, After 10 weeks of tryouts, ten new members have been chosen by Capt. George Renwick of Color, ado Springs, Cob., Marmesh and five members of last year's Squad to complete the 16 member roster. This is the 77th year of the Bhat- tuck Crack Squad. It is completely student-organized and operated. The 16 minute drill is baaed on the manual of arms in use by the United States Army in the 1880s. Model 1878 Springfield rifles are used in the drill. A special "roll step" (300 steps a minute) is employed. Bryan is a sergeant first class in the ROTC unit, vice president of the junior class, member of the student vestry. He was recently selected a member of the League all-conference football team for the second consecutive year. couple's two children. Her suit did ot mention Miss Taylor. The Fishers had a long, much- ubllcized romance that culmln- $ FREE! 100 00 LeRoy Businessmen Hong Decorations LE ROY, Minn. - LeRoy businessmen took time off from work Tuesday to hang Christmas decorations in the business district. Other Christmas activities planned include a residential lighting contest. Carl Smith is contest chairman with Donald Burgett, H. S. Larson, David Lageson and Adolph B. Bergland on the committee. Children's activities committee members are Donald Reagan, chairman, Grant Hawkins, Donald Hanson, Loren Krueger and Merrill Chesebrough. UNITED STATES SAVINGS BOND To Be Given Away EVERY DAY From Monday! Dec. 8 through Tues., Dec. 23 •tthe STERLING SHOPPING CENTER Names Will Be Drawn From Those Registered Each Day REGISTER EVERY DAY! Only Thote 16 and Over Eligible No Purchase Necessary ^REGISTER AT ANY STERLING STORE Always Plenty of FREE PARKING At the STERLING ^SHOPPING CENTER "your complete family shopping center" HURT IN HELICOPTER CRASH — Clarence Chick, a civilian, of Anaheim, Calif,, sits up In Alexandria Hospital where he was treated for head Injuries suffered in the crash of a Navy helicopter In the fog-bound Potomac River off Alexandria, Va., Wednesday night. Nine of the 10 persons aboard were rescued after be* ing in the water for about 4 hours. The body of a tenth person was found in the river some hours after. (AP Photofax) tains. Miss Reynolds' brief complaint ted no specific instances of ruelty. It said there it substan- al community property of an un- etermined amount. She asked a fair share of this roperty, reasonable alimony and Local Garages Strike Victims in Fairmont FAIRMONT, Minn. (AP) — Two of 10 local garages were strike victims today after mechanics walked off their jobs in a contract dispute late Wednesday. Members of Garage Mechahics & Teamsters Local 487 started the strike after having worked without a contract since Sept. 9. Two months of bargaining talks failed to reach a settlement. Nine mechanics left their jobs at the Motor Inn and Raskins Motor Co. There was no word of whether the walkout might spread to the eight other garages where union County GetS $63,057 members are employed. for State-Aid Roods County Auditor Graham Uzlik this morning received two checks totaling $63,057 for state aid on road construction and maintenance. A $39,690 check will be turned over to the county road and bridge Garage owners made an offer of a 10-cent an hour raise in a pay scale that ranges from $1.60-2.25 hourly. They also asked that a union demand for a union ship clause be eliminated from the contract proposal. The union is asking the union shop, in addition to the pay boost Dr. Cordon to Be Men't Club Speaker The role of the private college in Minnesota's educational program will be explainec by Dr. Edgar M Carlson, presiden of Gustavus Adol phus College, tc the First Congre gational Churc Men'» Club Tues day. Dr. Carlson wa a member of th Committee of 2 Dr. Carlson which made plan for the second assembly of th World Council of Churches whic met in Evanston in 1954. He alsc gave one of the major addresse before the Lutheran World Federa tion assembly in Minneapolis. He graduated from Gustavus 1 1930 and joined the faculty in J937 Dr. Carlson assumed the presiden cy in 1944, when he was 36, to be come one of the nation's younges college presidents. •if fund while a $23,367 will be turned and various fringe benefits, over to the same fund, but immediately sent back to the State Highway Department as the county's share of payment on a state- aid project. Church Group of Iowa Conference RICEVILLE, Iowa — Ten representatives of the Congregational Church attended the annual meeting of the Iowa Fellowship of Congregational Christian Churches at Parkersburg Monday. They were the Rev. and Mrs. Walter Schilling, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Minnis, Guy Swan, Mrs. William Calhoun, Mr*. Milton Johnson, Mrs, C. C. Pearce, Mrs, Roy Stark and Mrs. Jessie Lauman. Hits Ice Woman, Boy Hurt Mrs. Harley Nelson, Sao Fernando Villa, and her son, Dirk, 8, are at St. Olaf Hospital for emergency treatment after ah accident on Todd Park Road near the Ramsey Golf Course at 12:20 p.m. today. Injuries apparently are not serious. Mrs. Nelson was driving north on the road with Dirk and a daughter Jean, 5, as passengers when the car hit an icy spot and went out of control Into the ditch. Mrs. Nelson and Dirk were thrown from the car. The injured were taken to the hospital by Austin Cab ambulance. .'inrl <<pp,iraf<vl fi#>pf. 9, It'vP, Th* rhiirlren are Carrie, 2, and Tcxld, 9 months. Miss Reynolds' attorney said Fisher will not contest the divorce. Debbie Files Divorce Suit Against Eddie L08 ANOBLE8 (AP)-fhe mar- age the entertainment world nee deemed ideal, officially hit tb« ihoals today as Debbie Reyn- di filed milt for divorce from Mdle fliber, Their split made headline* last September whein the crooner be- weekl y newspaper L'Express was an squiring Elizabeth Taylor{ s «ked by police and failed to ap- round Mew York. Ftaher and P"' on newsstands today be- Miss Taylor have beten frequent!cause of an attack on the Algerian ompanlons since. Miss Reynolds alleged extreme cruelty and asked custody of the! Police Seize French Paper PARIS (AP)-The free-swinging record of Information Minister Jacques Soustelle. Defense Ministry rescinded its seizure order when the paper agreed to publish Friday with an offending paragraph removed. The paper is one of the few ted with a big wedding at a re- anti-Communist journals in open ort In New York's Catsklll Moun-! opposition to many of the policies Champ Steer Is Sold for $25 a Pound CHICAGO (AP)-HoIy Cow, the grand champion Steer of the 1958 International Live Stock KspOfii- tion was sold for $25 a pound to the Howard Johnson restaurant chain today, The steer, an Aberdeen Angus senior calf shown by Charles (Chuck) Wood Jr., 17, of Spencer, fowa, stood to bring his 4-H club owner $23,750 based on his 925 pound weight when he won the steer award Tuesday, The record price for a grand champion steer at the International is $30 a pound paid last year for a hereford shown by Mrs. Sue Secondlno, 19, of New Goshen, Ind. Mrs. Secondino received a total of $31,050 for her steer, Thursday, Dec. 4 Cardinal Coro Dlei; College Numbers 51 SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - Jos* Maria Cardinal Caro, 92, ortti- bishop of iatitiif* l«d «<&tl member of the R«man (ftlMMt Church's 0 o 11 e g e of Cardifials, died today. He had been in bid since Mott- day, when he suffered an altaok of toxic gastroenteritis. Symptoms of uremia and pneumonia then developed. He lapsed into a coma this morning and died shortly afternoon. His death leaves the current College of Cardinals with 51 members. Twenty • three others have been designated cardinals to be elevated at a consistory beginning Dec. 15. of, Premier Charles de Gaulle. This was the first seizure of an Independent newspaper in metropolitan France since de Gaulle || came to power last May. The offending paragraph said that during and just after Soustelle's tenure as governor general READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Power for the Panama Canal is supplied by 1,000 electric motors with a combined capacity of about 30,000 horsepower. •RADEHOME upport for the children, plus at-lot Algeria some 22,000 Moslems orney fees, had been arrested and 3,000 of The two married Sept. 26, 1955 these "became cadavers." edical Mirror WHAT DOCTORS <,AY ABOUT Chest Pain e Athletic Heart • High Bleed Pressure Get a Beautiful JEWEL CASE 2. Can you have chut pain without having hurt disease? A. Y«, loti of people become fright- ;ned when they get. a sharp, stab- sing pain somewhere in the chest. [n^ many catet it doesn't mean a thing. According to one prominent doctor, short stabbing chest pains are never due to heart disease. Many people think that any pain that starts in the chest and runs down the arm must be due to heart disease. This isn't true at all. But to play »«fe, and not worry yourself into thinking you have * bad ticker, tee your doctor if you have any kind of chest pain. He can rule out * bad heart in « hurry. Q. Whtt is an "tthletie" heart? A. There isn't such a thing according to most authorities. Medical opinion can be summed up like this. Infections gre more important as a cause of heart disease than exercise; strenuous exercise won't damage • normal heart; the term "athletic" be»rt should be dropped because it describes a condition that probably does not exist. Q, Does high blood pressure run in families. 3 A - Yes » so jt » eems - Doctors at the Shaw Play Result of Dramatic Studies "Bumpelstiltskin," a play In. . . ...... . , , . three acts, was presented Wed-1 V n ' v "'7 of California looked up nesday night in the Shaw School the ftmhy record ' ol 104 whw Auditorium by the fifth and sixth grade pupils. Jack Knutson, Austin High School English instructor, who directed the production, said the pupils spent two weeks studying creative dramatics. Participating were Douglas Beckman, Sharon Blum, Marcine Boysen, Jan Christensen, Tom Garbisch, James Goudy, David Hartwig, Steve Holmes, Suzane Jonason, Judy Nelson, Delaine Reynolds, Jeff Strong, Pam Terry, Robyne Tiederaan, Susan Tufte, Holly Williams and Jeffery Wil- jams. Shaw students attended a me- ;inee performance. young men and women who were being treated for very high blood pressure. In about 50 per cent o! cases, some member of the family had heart or blood vessel disease that indicated high pressure. This was pretty good evidence, said the doctors, that the tendency to develop high blood pressure is inherit ed, at least by some people. Other authorities go even further and say that heredity is more important than anything else. Material in MEDICAL MIRROR is based on various identify publication! and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of all doctors. The diagnosis and treatment of disease re- quins the thill and knotvltdge which only a physician tan apply by per- ionaly attending the patient. HUMPTY DUMPTY DQLL FREE! Of Extra Cost Given with purchase of 3 pain ef beautiful nylon hosiery t* only $1 pr. 3 SCIENCE EDITORS, P.O. BOX 396 Modlson Square Station, New York JO, N. Y. GRIFFIN PHARMACY Your Doctor Knows Us .Phone HE 3-8831 Austin Boxed in Attractive Gift Bex pr. box with gift, special only to 11 MAKES AN ADORABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT TRADEHOME 312 N. Main Downtown Austin Opon Friday till 9 p.m. The Perfect Gift for "Living Dolls" fix Candy Caw DRESS 'n'DOLL Red and white and fun all over! The sweetest apron dress in drip-dry cotton . . • a "soft-skin" beautiful doll, dressed to match. Pure delight for every little girl you know. AYMON Enterprise 4-H Club Plans Christinas Party Plans for a Christmas party, Dec. 22, at Liebenstein 4-H Hall were made by the Enterprise 4- H Club Monday. Miss Carol Pinney, county home agent, spoke and judged cookies and dresses brought by the home economics members. The outstanding club trophy awarded En- terptiie was displayed. New members are Paul Baryz, Lida La Ette, Annette Dryer and Peggy Rockers. The Harold Myers and Fay Hanson families served lunch. Furniture Gift Sale LARGEST SELECTIONS FINEST QUALITY BIGGEST VALUES Buy Something for the House Riceville Native Gets Colorado Post RICEVILLE, IOWB - A Riceville native has been named general adult education specialist in the Colorado State Department of education. He is Dr. Roy Minnis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Minnis. Dr. Minnis, who lives in Denver, has been director of adult education, He is a graduate of. Riceville High ScHool and the University of Iowa. Previous assignments included high school principalships and an administrative post at Community College., Denver. Highway Deportment Reports 4-Inch Snow ST. PAUL (AP) — The Minnesota Highway Department reported up to four inches of wet snow fell last night north of a line running from Dulutb, to Moorbead. Snowfall ranged from a trace to one inch at Detroit Lakes and Bemidji, two inches at Crookston, three inches at Grand Marais and International Falls and four inches at Virginia, Cook and Ely. All roads in the area were reported open, but motorists were | cautioned to watch out for glawd 'and slippery highway surfaces. Plowing, blading and sanding was in p(ogr«M today. Choice of 3 Colors Double Dresser - Chest • Book Cast Bod • Dust Proof • Tilt Mirror - Center Drawer Guides. Compare to others selling OOQOO Our Price 169 00 SUITE OR SECTIONAL Choice of Colors and Fabrics Tweed or Nylon Frieze Compare to others Selling at ., 199 00 Our Price 159 00 SEALY MATTRESS & Matching Box Spring. 2 for one low price Set Just 65 00 S Piece Sets Our Price .. Giant Sixe 9 Piece Set Table - 8 Chairs. Our Price 44" 110°° Total height of the Sphinx in Egypt U M feet. 16,000 feet of all new, fresh stock, at ell new low prices. We will not be undersold. Morris Furniture Austin 107 - 109 No. Main Ph. HE 3-2854

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