The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 8, 1958 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 8, 1958
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2 -AUSTIN (Minn.) MERAID Mondoy, D«. 8, 1958 VITAL STATISTICS Btrtht AT ST. OLAF HOSPITAL .Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bearson, 1404 W. Allegheney, son, Dec. 6. Mr, and Mrs. Gene Barth, 2313'i Hope, son, Dec, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson, Dexter, son, Dec. 6. Mr. and Mrs. James Gronseth, Snrgeant, son, Dec. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Kubicek. Hayfleld Rt. 1, son, Dec. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Svejkovsky, 901 Hope, son, Dec. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Graves, Elkton, daughter, Dec. 7. OUTSIDE OP AUSTIN S-Sgt, and Mrs. Ardell M. Broten, Denver, Colo., son, Dec. 6, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orln Broten, Austin. Marriage Licenses Lowell R. Moen, Northfield, and Rita J. Allen, 400 S. Franklin. Paul Griffith, Waterloo, Iowa, and Lorraine J. O'Day, Waterloo. Deaths WILLIAM r, RONKEN William F. Ronken, 90, died Saturday at his home in Spring Valley. He had been honored as the oldest member of the Bloomfield Lutheran Church, southeast of Spring Valley. (Bloomfield is now part Trinity Evangelical Lutheran, Ostrander.) Survivors are a son, Harvey, Spring Valley; two daughters. Mrs. C. N. Rudie, St. Paul, and Mrs. Philip Horseth, Sunburst, Mont.; three .brothers, Otis, Spring Valley, Oscar, Rochester, and Albert, Everett, Wash.; two sisters. Mrs. Amne Anderson, Everett, Wash., and Miss Emma Ronke, Minneapolis. Services and internment will be Tuesday at Bloomfield. JOSEPH SAPRANEK Joseph V. Safrrnek, 51, died Saturday at Portland, Ore. He was a former resident of Austin and is survived by his wife, Helen. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at Portland. ANDREW SMITH Andrew Smith, 66, died Sunday evening at his home in Geneva. A former resident of the Hollandale area, he is survived by his wife; nine children, Mrs. Loren Cornelius, Mrs. Howard Langlie, Mrs. Jay Neitzell, Ellendale, Mrs. Howard Smith, Lansing, Mrs. Edward Nelson, Mason City, Mrs. Donald Knutson, Moline, 111., Charles, Arthur and David Smith, Albert Lea; 33 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Geneva. CLYDE E. BAKER Clyde E. Baker, formerly of Austin, died Friday night at his home in Englewood, Colo. While in-Austin, he was in the grocery business and employed at THE HERALD. Surviving are his wife, Esther; six children; his mother, Mrs. Fred Baker, Austin; a sister, Mrs. Roy King, Austin. His father died 10 months ago. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at Englewood. Funerals SMITH — Funeral services for Andrew Smith, Geneva, Minn., will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Geneva Methodist Church; the Rev. Charles Burnham officiating. Interment will be in Geneva Cemetery. Ambulance Runs FRIDAY 1:20 p.m. — St. Olaf Hospital to 307 W. Oakland. S ATtRtW 12:24 p.m. — 102 W. Allegheney to St. Olaf Hospital. 5:90 p.m. — SOO',4 Harrison to St. Olaf Hospital. 7:28 p.m. — 1513 Ohio to St. Olaf Hospital. 8r57 p.m. — Highway 218-S to St. Olaf Hospital. 11 p.m. Hospital. 128 E. Mill to St. Olaf SUNDAY 2:30 p.m. - St. Olaf Hospital to St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. MONDAY 8:50 a.m. — Andyville to Methodist Hospital, Rochester. BERLIN (Continued from Page 1) elections have nothing to do with Freeman Gives Eye to Agency Fund Boosts ST. PAUL (AP)-Gov. Freeman today was studying requests by Minnesota state departments and agencies for $89,231,962 more than was appropriated by the 1957 Legislature for the current biennium. The requests for the next two years include allotments of $251,578,185 from the general revenue fund, up $51,215,821 over appropriations for the present biennium. Requests for spending from the .. , ..„ , 8 ,„ „„ •<• vu income tax fund amount to $236,the Soviet proposals," the radio 1575,820, in increase of $38,016,140 declared, quoting from a Pravda over appropriations by the 1957 editorial. ADN, the East German news agency, blamed the Communist defeat on what it called a reign of terror in West Berlin. It charged the West Berliners were not given the true facts about the Soviet plan. Socialists Increase The Socialists increased their showing from 44.6 per cent of the popular vote in 1954 to 52.1. The Christian Democrats also gained, from 30.4 to 37.3 per cent. The small parties were the losers, reflecting West Germany's trend toward a two-party system. In the old city Parliament, they had 20 seats. This time, by each falling to get a minimum 5 per cent of the total vote, not one of the minor factions won a seat. The turnout was tremendous. Out of a total population-of about 2,200,000, voted. more than 1,600,000 EX-COMMANDER DIES HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-Col Walter H. Reid, 68, commander of the Ellington Air Force Base during World War II, died Sunday. He was hospitalized in October with a heart condition. Legislature. The general revenue fund finances general state operations, while the income tax fund is used for school aids and other education purposes. The requests were submitted at a series of budget hearings. Gov. Freeman is expected to make substantial reductions before submitting his budget to the 1959 Legislature early next month. Arthur Naftalin, state commissioner of administration, said estimates or revenue expected during the next two years have not been completed. However, he said pre- snt estimates indicate receipts from existing revenue sources will be lower in the next biennium than they were in this one. ROCKET DEVELOPER DIES SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-Dr. Hans R. Friedrich, 47, a codevel- oper of the German V2 rocket, died Saturday. An assistant chief engineer for development at Con- vair Astronautics, he was a leader in the development of the Atlas missile. Chesapeake Bay is three miles wide at some points and 30 miles wide at others. Weather Official tr. S. Readings from. Herald Weather Site on Roof el Fire Station: High previous 24 hours — 10. Low previous 24 hours — -9. Reading at 8:30 a.m. — -8. General weather — Snow. Readings Taken at Herald Rldg. SUNDAY 1 P. M. 2 P. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. 1 A. M. 2 A. M. 3 A. M. 4 A. M. 5 A. M. 6 A. M. 7P.M. 8 P. M. 9 P. M. 10 P. M. 11 P. M. U P. M. MONDAY 6 | 7 A. M. 5 j 8 A. M. 4 I 10 A. M. 4 | 10 A. M. 3 ! It A. M. 2 I 12 Noon . Efforts Made to Bring U. Sport Situation Before Legislature 5-DAY FORECAST Five day forecast for perio Monday through Saturday. Minnesota: Temperatures ave aging 10-15 degrees below norma continued cold early in the periot with a warming trend latter par of the week; normal maximum upper teens north to the mid 20 south; normal minimum zero to above north to 10 south; precip tation ranging from little or non north to less than .20 inch sout occurring mostly early in th period. Iowa: Temperatures averagln 10-15 degrees below normal; cot tinued cold early in the perioc with a warming trend latter part of the week; normal maximum upper 20s north to the mid 30 south; normal minimums 12 norl to the upper teens south; precip tation .20 to .40 inch occurrin mostly early in the period. MUSICAL STAR DIES LONDON (AP)-Miss Jose Co lins, B great musical star of th Edwardian age and the origina Maid of the Mountain, died Satur day after a heart attack. She wa 71. Complete 24*pg. CHRISTMAS CAROL BOOK IP/a" Betsy Wetsy 17 Jewel Watches layett.1 6 Drinks, wets, cries real tears! Cuddly vinyl with f oneoiu tooted hair. 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Persons seeking removal of Ath letic Director Ike Armstrong and 2.6 Tabbed as Delinquents by Commission ST. PAUL (APJ-The Minnesota Youth Conservation commission says that 2.6 per cent of all Minnesota boys and girls in the 8 through 17 age group got into trouble with police during the first six months of this year. The finding was based on reports from police departments in 29 Minnesota communities. • Leading offenses among boys were larceny, vandalism and shoplifting, in that order, with auto theft listed seventh. Leading offenses among girls were runaway and truancy, shoplifting and curfew violations. Saddle Club Elects Miles Stackhouse SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Miles Stackhouse was elected president of the Spring Valley Saddle Club. Other officers are Lloyd Ely, vice president, and Mrs. Miles Stackhouse, secretary • treasurer. The group set the second Thursday as the meeting date and voted to join the Southeastern Minnesota Saddle Club Assn. A Christmas program and gift exchange were held. Football Coach Murray Warmath are reported planning to try to enlist the support of the Legislature, which has control of appropriations for the University. "I don't think the Legislature Should try to use its power of the purse to influence athletic policy at the University," said Sen. John Zwach of Walnut Grove, Senate majority leader. "The fact that we must approve appropriations should never be used as a threat." Rep. Ed Chllgren of LHtlefork, who is slated to be speaker of the House, said he (elt he Legis-t laure should never become involved in any fight over Univer- sly athletic policy. "Sharing these views were Sens. Val Mm of Mankato, Gordon Butler of Duluth and Gordon Rosenmeier of Little Falls. All the serv ators except Sen. Butler serve on the Senate Appropriations Com mittee. None of the group has been contacted by those seeking a change in the University atlv letic setup. As River Changes, so Does State Line YUBA, Okla. (AP)-The ever changing Red River, the border between Texas and Oklahoma, has cut a new channel near here, an nexing a mile-square area of the Lone Star State to the Sooners. No families were living in the new Oklahoma territory, formerly part of Fannin County, Tex. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the south bank of the Red River is the dividing line between the two states. And the constantly changing strearfl poses prob lems for tax collectors of both states, since one state can't legal ly tax residents of another. Dinner Held for Pastor, Victim of Sex Plot OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)-5Vbout 00 parishionera attended a farewell party Sunday for a pastor who admitted a "moment of Indiscretion" that resulted In hit being he victim In a sex extortion plot. The Rev. Dr. Ronald K. Adams eported the incident to police Oct. 1 and resigned as pastor of Oak- and's First Baptist Church. A prostitute pleaded gully to tiring the minister Into her bed where they were trapped by her lusband and another man., All hree have pleaded guilty to try- ng to extort money from Dr. Adams. At his side, as the church mem- >ers filed by, were his wife and hree children. The reception was leld in the home of Norman Green, chairman of the church executive board. Dr. Adams did not say what plans he has for the future. Austin Freight Sales . SPECIAL SEE OUR 79c TOYS • Metal Friction Cars and Trucks • Game Chestt • Plastic Dishes • Paint by Number Sets Many, Many Toys at Austin Freight's Usual Low Price. COME IN ... TODAY! Your Gift Dollars Buy More At AUSTIN FREIGHT SALES VZJ 315 E. W«ter St. HE 7-4844 Across from Union Hall Except for the war head, the United States Air Force's huge Atlas missile is made almost en- irely of stainless steel. 92nd Victim of School Fire Dies of Burns CHICAGO (AP) - thi firs it Our Lady of the Angel* School last week claimed its 92nd victim today. Kurt Schutt, 9, died In,Edgewater Hospital, where tm had been getting special treatment for burns and other injuries. Eighty-seven children And three nuns died in the fire last Monday. Friday night another of the critically injured died in a hospital. There still are 57 persons in seven hospitals with burns and injuries as a result of the blaze. Ten of them are on the critical list. Coroner Walter E. McCarron went about selecting a blue ribbon coroner's jury. The inquest will get under way Wednesday. He promised "everything will be brought out." MUSIC WRITER DIES NEW YORK (AP)-Mrs. Ruth White Smallens, 02, composer- conductor, wife of conductor Alexander Smallens, died Sunday. She wrote the music for "Hamlet," "Lazarus Laughed" and "Arabesque." Each year inert and mort families turn to Mayer Funtral Home during bereavement. 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