The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 5, 1958 · Page 14
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Fanfani Battles to Save Government B.T EUGENE LEVIN ROME! (AP)—Premier Amintore Fnnfanf battled today to save his lotteringf five-mtmth-old govern- merit, His chances looked poor. The Chamber of Deputies pre- pnred to debate a motion of confidence in the Christian Democratic leader's pro-Western minority government. Most political observers doubted the Premier could corral enough votes to avoid a defc.it lhat would bring down the government. The confidence vote is expected rnrly next week. I/oses 2 Ballots Fanfani called for the vote on liis entire program after losing two ballots Thursday night on n gasoline tax. Opponents to the left and right of his regime ganged up with dissident Christian Democrats to abolish the tax. On two votes, the government lost 314-263' and 323-23!). FRIDAY, DEC. 5th THE VIKINGS SATURDAY, DEC. 6th HENRY CHARLES ORCH. Booths for New Yeori EVe go on salt tonite at 8:30 P. M. Booth for four 90c for 6 SI. 20. Admission tickets can be purchased in advance for $2.25 ot the door price will be $2.75. Booths ore cash. Mixed Dancing with LEO'S PIONEERS ALSO Wedding Anniversary Dance for December. The votrs seemed to ho tile culmination of risfngr di...sat.is{;it:l:oit with the coalition government, which took office July ').. Both the Christian Democrat* and Communists sained in last. May's parliamentary elections. But the Christian Democrats, who have dominated all Italian governments since World War II. and their Social Democratic allies were three votes short of the 2!t'.i seals needed for a majority. Refused to ,?oin Votes from the centrist Liberals and Republicans put Fanfani's lefl-of-center Cabinet in power. ,Lnst month, however, (lie two small parties refused to join the : coalition formally. j Labor troubles began to sweep across Italy two weeks ago. Right- wing Christian Democrats complained Fanfani's coalition was 'too leftist. Some members of the i government objected to the Premier's tight control obtained by- putting his own men into key jobs. The revolt Thursday night came on the gasoline tax imposed during the l!)5fi Suez crisis to meet the greater cost of transporting oil from the Middle East. On Nov. 1 the government cut it in half, to 4'-j cents a gallon, but wanted to keep the rest for revenue. Even without the tax, gasoline in Italy will cost about fW cents a gallon. BRAILLE LIBRARY DBS MOINES Ufi — Prisoners iof Iowa Penitentiary at Fort Madison are taking part in a program to establish a state braille library 'for blind lowans. Roby Hilpert, prison educational director, said production of Braille books is part ! of the prison training program. WEATHER FORsCAST — Snow flurries are expected tonight in the Lakes region, northern Appalachians, and north and central Rockies, with rain in the middle and south Atlantic states, and the Gulf-states and rain mixed with snow in the central Appalachians and sections of the Ohio and Tennessee valleys. Colder weather is in prospect for the Tennessee valley, the Gulf states and the southern Plains. (AP Wirephofo Map) SOLEMN TRIBUTE MJSTIN (Mirvv' HERALD Friday, Dec. 5, 1958 STATE AID SOUGHT NW Benins 28 Coffins Serve as Reminder to Disaster CHICAGO (AP) — Twenty-eight j swept Our Lady of the Angels small coffins lay in a military I School were buried Thursday, armory today for last solemn j Private services will be held in tributes to the young victims of j churches today for many of the Monday's, parochial school fire. i other children. Other services will Black and purple draperies hung °e held Saturday. in the big drill hall and a portable altar stood at the front. There was no church big enough for the funeral. The Most Rev. Albert Gregory Meyer, Roman Catholic archbishop of Chicago, will offer the Solemn Requiem Mass for the 28 children. Francis Cardinal Spellman, archbishop of New York, will attend. Some Living Meanwhile, scores of medical authorities — including two Army doctors — worked to save the living, 70 injured still hospitalized, 11 of them on the critical list. A special detail of .50 Fire Deportment officers stepped up citywide inspection of school buildings. Blood donations for the fire vie- FREE MOVIES SATURDAY Matinees at 1:30 and 3:00 p.m. Sponsored by DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS OF AUSTIN "DANIEL BOONE TRAIL BLAZER" In Technicolor — Plus Color Cartoons Shop for Christmas in Downtown Austin and Then See a Free Show. TONIGHT and SATURDAY Jeff Chandler "MAN IN THE SHADOWS" With Orson Welles EVES. ONLY 7:15 & 8:50 JOCKMAHONEY GILBERT ROLAND UNDACRISTAL -tWUBFUKZ UMEntDff tBnarcma A UNIYERSAUrflERNATlONAI, PKnURt" SUNDAY and MONDAY 4 - Showing* - 4 1:00-3:45 6:30-9:15 THE YEAR'S BIG AMUSEMENT BARGAINI CAPTURED BY CANNIBALS! BENEDICT BOCUIB m*» MANB-1EPOII1 ENCHANTED TECHNICOLOR* Httr MtMM«m nna."CNCHANTCO ISUHO" MIGHTY ADVENTURE >T THE AUTHOR OF MIQHTY "MOBY OICK1 PLUS THE WEST'S MOST FEARED GUN FIGHTERS The Mass in the 6.100-seat ar- tims were comin S in at the rate of mory was not opened to the pub-! 15 ° pints a da y- An estimated lie. Families of the 28 children ' $79 ' 300 was rece i v ed or pledged were given 150 tickets each to dis- ! for medical expenses of the in- tribute among parents, relatives i Jured and hel P of need y survivors, and close friends. Students Attend Students from all Catholic parochial schools will attend services in some 400 churches in the Chicago archdiocese. Nineteen of the 28 will be buried in, Holy Innocents Shrine, a special place for children in Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Burial for the others was planned in three cemeteries. Four of the 87 children and three nuns who died when flames Freeman Appoints Municipal Judge ST. PAUL (AP) - Patrick Burke, Duluth attorney, is a new special municipal judge there. He was appointed by Gov. Freeman late Thursday on recommendation of the Duluth City Council. Burke, 61, has practiced law there since 1932 and is a former member of the State Claims Commission. Hey Kids . . . FREE MOVIE Every Saturday at 1:30 STERLING THEATRE • Full-length Feature • Cortooni • Serial Sponsored by the Sterling Shopping Center Florida Service ST. PAUL (AP) - Northwest Orient Airlines will inaugurate this area's first direct service to Florida Saturday. The start was announced Thursday night after a Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in New York had turned down a petition by Eastern Airlines to have the service delayed. The Saturday schedule calls for four flights to Miami, three originating in the Twin Cities and one at .Seattle. The first northern trip will leave Miami at 5: IS p.m. and arrive in the Twin Cities at 11:33 p.m. All the flights will be operated via Chicago. The route will be served by DC-GBs and Stratocruisers and include a coach 'flight schedule in addition to that the line has tabbed "imperial service." NWA had planned to inaugurate service a week ago but was held up by the court action by Eastern , which heretofore has carried a great amount of traffic between Chicago-Miami. President Donald Nyrop of NWA said the line was gratified to bej able to serve the area withj direct Florida service. He said! the Civil Aeronautics Board had awarded the route to serve growing needs of the traveling public for added schedules to the South from the Midwest. Homemade Rocket Blast Kills Builders LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - A homemade rocket exploded early today at a plant which manufactures missile fuel, killing three young engineers who helped build the device. Four others were injured by the blast at the Gallery Chemical Co. Two of them, both engineers who worked on the rocket, were critically hurt. Dead were Charles Sattes, 31 ; William Reynolds, 29; and Frank Wengrzyn, 24, all former Pennsylvanians who lived at Lawrence. Injured were Richard Wright, 26, Elmer Boyd, 38, both engineers, and two maintenance men, B. J. Leavitt and J. Longstreth. all of Lawrence. Leavitt and Longstreth were treated at a hospital and released. R. G. Schmidt, manager of the plant, said the rocket exploded in a waste disposal area. It caused no damage. The plant makes boron, used as a propellent for intercontinental ballistic missiles. M • *«*«. TV Ml 1% • **•** WI^IWII •!! Sunday, December 7 (C) WtoM r'reo.rtim It M Color The following TV schedule for Sunday afternoon and evening Is oeing published today tor those who may riot receive the regular Saturday Showcase on the day of its publication. The Showcase giv ing a lull wepk ot TV programs, will be published Saturday as usual »/..?5 i m 1. 4 — Bowlcramo ' .' i " m 5 — Star Showcosf »— BUHop P»k« 1— Rcl Town Hall 12:30 P m 10 Oral Robert* 6— Rcl. town Hall 8 — Christian Science t^.'t 1 * p.m. 3, 4, »— Kickoff /.•()(( p.m 3, 4, >,— Pro Football S— Watch Mr. Wizard fr— College Ncwj Cooler- 10 — Industry l:$0 /)./.'; S, 10— NBA Basketball 6— Thu li Lfir 2. -00 p.m 6— Religious Sketches i: ?O (l m &— Oral Roberts 3.'rJ'0 i>.i't 6— Open Hearing i , j/\ f. ... }..?'' fi.ftf 5 — Command Performance 6 — Roller Ocrbv 10— This Is Lite V'15 t'.tn 3— Cartoons 4— Film 8— Thru Porthole 4.VV t>* 3— Day Called X 4— Command Performance S, 10 — Omnibus 8— -Wagon Troln 1 '!> f f» 6— Bowline) ').• >5 /> r/. 6 — Christian Science 5 '(W ft j/ 1 3— Command Performance 5— Mctt Press 6— Joe Molt Family Hour 8— Bengal Lancers 10— Hollywood Festival VJH p.M 1, 4, S— 20th Century 5 — Now! &— Variety Time 6.O// ^'.w }, 4, 8— laulc J— Saber of London 6— Wild Bill Hickok (>'3v fi m 3, 4, 8 — Bachelor Fothtr S, 10 — Northwest Passage t— -MoTerlc.fi 7.1W /> m 3, 4, 1— Ed Sullivan 5, 10— Steve Allen 7: JO pm 6 — Lawman • fl.'OO ft.9H 3, 4, 8 — Wonderful Town 5.-IO— Dinah Shore (C) 6— Colt 45 *.>n A i» O. Jl' P TO. 6— This Is Jon 9.00 o.m J, 4, 8—0. f. Thtofcr S— Lorctto Young 6— Minnesota football 10— Silent Service 9:30 P m 5— Whirlyblrd* 10 — Behind Closed Doors to.-oo p.m }, 4, S, 6, 8, 10— Newi in- n t> M 1 v. 1 J ff.rn 3— Political S— Man Who Was Then t— Newt 8— N.Y. Cor ' Hot 10— Movie 10:2} {'.:>!. 6 — Sports /C/:3f) p.m 3— Viewer's Digest 4— All Star Bowling S— Brains & Brawn 6 — Ida Lupino 10:4) H.m 8 — Submarine Service 11. W p.m. 5— Stage 7 6— Minnesota Football 71:30 p.m 5— Theater • ^_ ' • _. r ^ • mm Tentative Approval Given for JC Funds ST. PAUL (AP) - The Legislative Commission on Higher Education Is giving tentative approval to a proposal for providing state funds for new junior colleges. The group voted late Thursday to recommend appropriation of money on a matching basis for four or six such new schools in areas where need for them has been demonstrated. No specific ra tio of state-local funds was spelled out. But the commission did propose that a junior college division be set up within (he State Department of Education. And it recommended that school districts now maintaining junior colleges be given greater state aid to meet growing costs. The 14-member body, apparently bypassing r e c ommendation of Gov. Freeman and other state officials that higher education be placed under general jurisdiction of the university regents, called instead for a strengthening of the state college setup. It urged that makeup of the State College Board be altered to make it "more representative of the state." If adopted, this would mean board members would be chosen from the general populace. At present, resident directors are serving from each of the communities where auch schools are located—Bemidji, Mankato, Moorhead. St. Cloud and Winona. The Mayas are the oldest Indian slock of which we have any knowledge. TONIGHT VFWCLUB Family Parly 8:00 P. M. Public Invited • Please Use East Door In Tragedy, Don t Stifle Emotions, Says Doctor 1 ! MAKE QUALITY YOUR FIRST CONSIDERATION IN THE CHOICE OF AN ACCORDION CHRISTMAS GIFT . . . We have a complete selection of new and used models. JU« CrIILU V UC A I ION ' FEEL-LIFE -A ,1 Citi - A MUSICAL COORS6 • CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN LOCATION • ZADWORNY ACCORDION STUDIO nliu'f Oldest and Largest Accordion Studios" 102 f. ft. Paul Dial Hi 3-9551 or HE 7-3566 Delicious Hot REALLY GO GOOD DURING COLD WEATHER • Chicken • Shrimp •Walleyes MEAL INCLUDES MAIN ENTREES PLUS French Fries, Hot Parkerhouse Roll, Salad and Candy Mint Dessert. These Hot Meals are wrapped in tinfoil to keep them hot and placed in sealed box. OUR CUSTOMERS REALLY LIKE THESE DINNERS And YOU Will Too. WE ALSO MAKE A VERY POPULAR CHOW MEIN "The Pioneer of The Take-Out Dinners" CALL YOUR NEAREST KLAGGE "99" STORE "You'll Love To Dine; On a Ninty-Nine" STATE 20c - 45c • 60c Tonite and Sat. THERE'S STILL TIME! '; ITS TIME FOR WNfJja THAU THE HAYi HAPPIER THAN WEBOOW '.MM SUNDAY al 1:00 - 3:00 * 7.00 & 9:00 "INDISCREET" With Gary Grant fir In grid Bergman MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — It trag edy strikes, forget all about keep-j ing a stiff upper lip and let your grief gush out, a Mayo Clinic psychiatrist advised today. Dr. Robert L. Faucett said the person who is brave and holds up well when a loved one dies wins praise from society but is headed for possible mental trouble in later years. He told family doctors attending the annual clinic conference of the American Medical Assn. that the physician is in a position to administer psychiatric first aid in such situations that could guard against later mental trouble. The important period, Dr. Faucett said, comes a few hours after, the first stunning impact of the; catastrophe has passed and there is a gradual return of semicon- sciousness. "This is the crucial phase in the grief reaction and its proper working through is necessary for future emotional health," he saidJ "There is a great need to talk'j and ventilate feelings about thei dead one in this phase. This need; to ventilate—to cry, to be angry,' to talk about the past must be| encouraged." | Dr. Faucett said the bereaved j person should not be removed from his situation geographically, socially or emotionally and that sedation or tranquilizers should be, used sparingly if at all. ' Even at this point, he said, the' doctor should encourage the person to reconstruct the past in relation to the present and begin to realistically contemplate the future. POLIO VICTIM TRANSFERRED DES MOINES (#1 — A Newton man, confined to an iron lung as a result of paralytic polio, has been transferred to an Omaha hospital in a specially-equipped Military Air Transport Service plane. The patient was Orval Stier, 21, who has been in a hospital here since Oct. 1. Family Parly Saturday, Dec. 6th 8 P. M. LEGION HALL Lyln, Minn. PUBLIC INVITED Sponsored by , American Legion Post 105 FAMILY NIGHT FAMILY PARTY TONIGHT AT 8:00 p M MOOSE LODGE rl .tjALL ROoJ, J . Owotonna, Minn. Fri., Dee. 5 RED FOLEY'S OZARK JUBILEE Starring Marvin Rainwater Bobby Lard, Norma Jean and Others. First Show 9:30 Dancing til 1 o'clock Mm. SI.50 plus ton Sat., DecT6 POLKA DOTS tOc Adm. Before 9 O'clock Sun., Dec. 7 THE LUMBERJACKS Adm. 90c The Accordion Shop Only Accordion School in area with teachers certified by tht Am. Accordionists' Association. Wilbur Soys "MORBIDONI" is the new name in Accordions hert in Austin. And the BIG NAME is "ACCORDION VALUE." They are highest in quality and they coit me more to buy. But, I still can sell them to you at a lower price because we work on a fair, legitimate margin of profit. Compare them with any other accordion you wish to. We're not afraid to say this because we know we have a good accordion, one we are proud to sell and one that you will be proud to own and play. Stop in today and see for yourself. THE ACCORDION SHOP Hwy. 218 S.. Austin - HE 7-1692 For Albums Sure to Please. Anything by These Artists Would Be Most Welcome Frank Sinatra Geo Shearing Billy Vaughan ork Four Freshmen Jackie Davis Organ Johnny Mathis Mitch Miller Stan Kenton Duke Ellington Louis Prima-K Smith Dave Brubeck All types Drum Show Tunes Movie Sound Tracks Pat Boone Tenn. Ernie Ford / Large selection in standard and Christmas Ip's at $1.98, also Stereo standard and Christmas from $2.98 to $5.98. FREE GIFT WRAPPING RADIO & TV 116 EAST WATER HE 3-9677 - Open Monday Nites Mail or Phone Orders Filled L oiKiNG ROOM "Serving th« Finest Foodi in Southern Minnesota" Open Saturday* ana Sunaayi Only 5 to 10 O'clock Exception: Open New Years Eve. By Reservation Only STERLING THEATRE Free Show Saturday - 1:30 P.M. 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