The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 24
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 24

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 4, 1958
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J4-AUSTIN (Minn.) HFRAID IN TV SPEECH Or< Humphrey Tells Reds We Are Tired of War MOSCOW (AP)-U.S Srn. Hubert Humphrey (D-Mirm> told the Moscow television audience Wednesday night that the Ameri<an people and their government are sick of war. He urged the Soviet and American nations to join in seeking a just and lasting peace. GIFT FAIR 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, December 5th ST. AUGUSTINE Church Hall Toys - Aprons - Craft Items SERVING COFFEE & COOKIES 20c - 45c - 60c Tonite Laugh never laughed before! thru Sat.! as you've LaugNeetTme Of Vbur Lifetime! fiMB 'flAltEWlK The l.i-ininnte speech, \vhirh was translated into Russian on the broadcast aver the Moscow station, was Hie first appearance of an American official on Soviet television since U. S. Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson spoke lasl July 3. Thompson on that unprece- 'dented occasion called for abolition of censorship. Tired of Misery i "The people of tlv tforld are , tired of thinking of war. tired of j misery," Humphrey told the viewers. "Our people and our government too are tired of war. 1 know jour President Eisenhower, who j fought with your people in the last jwar, is anxious to cooperate with you in the only war we want—war against disease, poverty, ignor- jance, misery and fear." Humphrey said there is "no question in this world which cannot be solved in peace." He appealed for the Soviet Union and the United States to cooperate to "give meaning and dignity to life by assuring spiritual and physical well-being of people everywhere." FREE FUN Children Grab Toys in 5-Minute Spree CHICAGO (AP)—Four children jbikes, dolls for his three sisters — cheered on by mobs of Christ-;and a space helmet. mas shoppers — were turned: When it was over, one parent loose in the dazzling world of posed this question: "Whnt will Wednesday with permission to we get'.them all for Christmas "take all you can in five minutes now?" — free." \ . The haul? Bicycles, dolls, trains, '£dll'f Drink WhliltV* balls nnd a wagon amounting to *, £_ f/\/\ ' - -more than $1,379 retail. '• JetS $7/500 The kids, three boys and a girl,' won a State Street Council con- i WEATHER FORECAST — Snow showers are expected tonight in the north and central Rockies, the western Lakes and northern New England, with snow changing to rain in the Plains. Rain is expected from the Ohio valley to central Appalachians and lower Lakes with showers along the Gulf coast. Some warming is likely in parts of the Appalachians. The Southwest and East and Gulf coasts will have little change. It will be colder elsewhere, with some sharp drops in the Mississippi valley <AP Photofax) test to name the elfmlike f.gures • FurberR> 3B , n hig st that he atop new hghlpoles down the Loop, tacea „ life ot absten tion and jthoroughfare. The Council footed: awarded him $7,500. the bil1 ' j Furberg sued the Moonlight i One boy. 1-year-old Dennis Products, Inc., of New Bedford bn |Gray, lost a few seconds untan-1 grounds he suffered damaged kid- gling two bicycles from a rack.jneys and liver through inhalation but made up by grabbing boxes 10 of poisonous fumes aboard the jdeep in Galye his arms. Longwitz, Acid Carrying Woman Escapes With $3,000 fishing vessel Moonlight. 10, who two He said two hospitals advised weeks ago had her arm in a cast,! mm to wott alcoholic beverages, clutched six dolls at one crfick! He ar S u «l 'his presented a par . and made several return trips, i ticular hardship for fishermen who '"' ' "•"'• forward to a drink ashore ; NEW YORK (AP)-The FBI has a printed note, and a slight, gray, haired little woman has about ,$3,000 in bills belonging to a FRIDAY, DEC. 5th THE VIKINGS SATURDAY, DEC. 6th HENRY CHARLES ORCH. Booths for New Years Eve go on sok tonite at 8:30 P. M. Booth for four 90c for 6 $1.20. Admission tickers can be purchased In advance for $2.25 at the door price will be $2.75. Booths ore cosh. SUNDAY, DEC. 7th Mixed Dancing with LEO'S PIONEERS • ALSO Wedding Anniversary Dance for December. B.P.O.E. MEMORIAL SERVICE Sunday, December 7-2:30 p.m. Elks Lodge Room Oration Dr. Paul C. teck Soloist Dr. Roger Downing Musician Mre. Chester Reistad B.P.O. Elks Service B. P. O. Does Retreat CLEVELAND'S DOWNTOWN • STERLING branch of the First National City iMacy's department store. I The woman, about 5 feet ?, en lered the crowded bank Wednes-l In another store, Leonard Be- jday and patiently stood in line at |'anger, 12, benefited from some a teller's cage. When it came herjadvance planning. turn she silently handed Louis \ "Lenny and I mapped out the Basile, 25, a paper bag and a|toy department during 10 recent weeks at sea. Bank. printed note. visits," his mother said. The note read: "I have acid in a | Young Belanger first seized a . glass and if you don't give mejbicycle and wheeled it to a cart, '"''what I want I'll splash it on vou.lAll the Avo o f * n c •• tk« >»i.oot t i-""V * Tram, * j. opitiaii 11 un yuu.inu me iuys had to fit in the wag-; Ave., across the street from ! Put „,, your ^ 10s and 2Qs .„ the j^ according to rules> BAZAAR CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 301 W. Mil! Austin, Minn. Friday, Dec. 5th - Starting 9:00 A. M. $1.00 Noon Luncheon — Serving 11:00 to 1:30 - ON SALE Christmas Decorations — Christmas Candy Dish Towels — Aprons - Knit Articles — Dolls DONT MISS THE BAKE SALE bag. There are two men guarding Then came dolls for his sister,; me with guns. Somebody will get two sets of trains, two more bikes, shot. Hurry!" In a thin, unwavering hand the toy guns, games and a record player. LastTimes Tonight at 7;OQ.9;00.'Dunkirk'$ Chipmunk Song Chipmunks Philadelphia U.S.A. Public Invited Coffe* Hour After Service FRIDAY ALL DAY AT CLEVELAND'S DOWNTOWN STORE */4" DRILL Model 161 $26.95 6" HOMEMASTER SAW Regular $4950 woman held a six-ounce glass! Meanwhile, 9-year-old Donald containing colorless liquid. Gogins dashed away with three The teller stuffed the bag with bills. The woman accepted the bag and walked slowly to the exit on 7th Avenue. She still carried the glass of liquid. Basile stepped on the alarm, and three guards drew guns as bedlam broke out. Basile could only point to thej door. The guards rushed outside but the small figure was lost-in the hurrying crowd of Christmas shoppers. Police discounted the reference in the note to two men. They be- ******* * Christmas TREES 405 E. College Roping - Wreaths GEO. CECKA ELI SHUTT Dial HE 3.8464 lieve the woman, about tered and left alone. 60, en- Finds 2 Halves of Bill, Loses One Half R. MCALESTER, Okla. tf) — N/t Tornados\ p - McCor d. would like to get a half back, not the football kind. he lost half of the bill. Billy Grammer He received a dollar bill as Heartbeat Buddy Holly f han £e at a store and found that Dreamin' and Schemin' .. Accents\ p i me ^ ,. Bill Parsons Teen Comandments Anka, Hamilton and, Nash When The Summer Comes, ! Again Ames Bros. Oh How I Miss You Tonite Kay Starr Whispering Hope . . Bonnie. Guitar Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Platters Lonesome Town .... Ricky Nelson CHRISTMAS LONG PLAYS By the Following Perry Como; Bing Crosby; Fred Waring; Mitch Miller; Percy Faith; Mantovanni; Johnny Mathis; Lawrence Welk, Harry Belafonte and many others. WE ALSO HAVE A VARIETY OF GERMAN CHRISTMAS CAROLS ON LONG PLAY. MASTER MUSIC SHOP Of FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING ONLY 7:15 ond 8:50 Two Good Action Hits in Color Both Features Run Twice THIS ACTION COLOR HIT 120 W. MILL HE 3-8554 BIG BUCK BUYS SCOTT COUNTY Pork & Beans-300 Size 10 for Pork & Beons-2 ] /2 Size .. 5 for Pork & Beans 3 ] /4 Ib 3lor Red Beans-300 Size 10 for Kidney Beans-300 Size . . 10 for Tomato Soup 10 for Vegetable Soup • 10 for COCK CXWALK TOMATOES ,,, for TOMATO JUICE ,,o, - HOME BRAND JELLIES Crabapple • Cherry Your Grape • Plum Choice at . $100 for I FRESH SPRING FRYERS 2'/z-Lb. AVQ., Each 79c HORMEL — LEAN — LITE SPARE RIBS . Lb. 49c HORMEL — DAIRY BRAND Minced Ham, Sliced Ib. 39c FRESH Pork Shoulder Roast Ib. 39c SWIFT PREMIUM Picnics, 6 Ib. overage Ib. 45c WENNES MARKET 1308 Oak St HE 3-6512 Free Delivery 7:00 ° ™ • 9 00 p.m Doily - Sun. 8 - 10 a.m. - 4 - 6 p.m. Christmas Wreath S-A-L-E $900 t^F each SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7th Sponsored by Junior Chamber of Commerce IF DOOR-TO-DOOR SOLICITATION WHILE LIMITED SUPPLY LASTS YOU DESIRE ONE RESERVED FOR YOU PHONE HE 3-2673 or HE 7-3474 FOR SUNDAY DELIVERY. Starts Tonight 7 & 9 f. M. Also Showing — FRIDAY SATURDAY - SUNDAY MONDAY . TUESDAY ' REGULAR PRICES HERE Is YOUR BIGGEST MANIN THE ROLE THAT FITS HIM LIKE A GUN FITS A HOLSTER; COMING WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10th - "THE CORONATION OF POPi JOHN XXIII" BROWNIE Jj^t OUTFIT Featuring: Starflex Camera and 6-shot flasholder Handsome outfit with th« teaion'i mo»t Melting ntw photo tternt: Brownie Starflex Camera that mokei color illdei a* weH as snapshots . . . 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