The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 8, 1958 · Page 3
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 3

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 8, 1958
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NIW SARGIANT CHURCH — First shovel of dirt for the $100,000 Zlon Evangelical United Brethren Church, Sargeant, was turned In special services Sunday by the Rev. Edward G. Stevens, pastor. The new church will seat nearly 250 and include a fellowship hall and Christian Education Unit. Modern and functional In design, emphasis will be placed on an inlaid cross on the front wall. No Idea Who Democrats Want for '60 Candidate, Says Truman WASHINGTON (AP) - Former President Harry S. Truman said today the 1960 Democratic presidential nomination contest is so wide open at this time he hasn't any idea who the winner will be. Truman, who backed Oov. Av- There are about 219,800 miles of railway line in continental United States on a point to point basis. This figure does not include parallel track, nor yard tracks and sidings. Notice TO PUBLISHERS MOWER COUNTY Austin. Mlnntsotft Seal* bids will to rto«lv«d *t the Offlc« of th« County Auditor, Austin, Mlnn«aota, until 10:00 A. M. on January 7, 1B89 (or the following county printing (or 1959. Official Paper Publication of Delinquent Tax Lilt Publication of th« Financial Statement. The County Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids and wslv* any defaoti therein. ORAHAM R. UZLIK Graham R. Uzllk County Auditor DM. 8, 13 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. BTATX OP MINNESOTA. County of Mower—«. In Probate Court In Re Est*t« of O«org« W. Mlln«r, Dteedent. Ta* representative of ths above BMn«t wtata navtaf Hied final account and petition for »eUl«nent and allowance thereof and for distribution to the person* thereunto antlU- •d; IT IB ORDERED, That the bearing thereof be bad on the 24th day of December, IMS, at 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court tn the probate court room tn the court house In Austin. Minnesota, and that notice hereof be irtTen by publication of this order In the AusUn Dally Herald and by mailed notice a* provided by law. D»t*d Nov«nvber 38th, IMS. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge flFBOBATE COURT SEAL) BATTDLER It BAm>LER Attorneys for Petition*? Austin. Minnesota V1U No. HSU DM. I. 8, 18 Legal Notice ORDIB rOB BEARING ON MCTI- TION TOR PROBATE OF WILL, LIMITING TIME TO nut CLAIMS AND FOR BEARING THEREON VTATK OF MINNESOTA. County Of Mower—•» tn Probst* Onurt la R« Estate of Samuel R. Hubbard, also known M Samuel Hubbard and SX H. Hubbard, Deoedsnt. B«thel Fink harinj filed a petition for the probate of the Will of said decedent and for the appointment of Bethel Pink as Eiecutrix, which Will Is on file in this Court and open to inspection; IT U ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the J-ttb day of December, 1988, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court la ths probate court room In the court house tn Austin, Minnesota, and that objections to the allowance of said will, If an), be filed before said time of bearing; that 'he tine within which creditor* of aald deeeelent may (tie their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claim* en filed be heard on the 30th day of March. lUt. at 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court In the probate court room in the court house la Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be glrtn by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided b» law. Dated November 28th, IMS, PAUL KIMBALL. JB. Probate Judge (PROBATE COURT SEAL) HWJNKETT A PLUKKETT Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota file No. U8M Deo. 1, 8. 15 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON ACCOUNT STATE OP MINNESOTA. COUNTY OP MOWER-41. IN DISTRICT COURT FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT la the Matter of the Trust Estate ) created by Niels A. Nielsen, also ) known as Niels A. Nlelssen. De- ) ceased ) Qeo. O. Gulllckson, executor of the estate of Paul D. Nielsen, deceased, having filed his account In the Matter of the Trust created by Niels A. Nielsen, also known as Niels A. Niels- sen, Deceased, with the Clerk of said District Court, which is now on file and open for Inspection In said office, and having petitioned this Court to fix a time and place for hearing as to settlement and allowance thereof, aa filed. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That asld petition be heard and aald account examined, adjusted and allowed, by the Court, at the District Court rooms in the Court House In the city of Austin, Mower County, Minnesota, on iHe 2nd day of January, 1939, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., and that notice to all persons Interested to i-tid hearing and in said matter be .served by publcutlon of this order In the Amtln Dally Herald, a dally newspaper of Mower County, Minnesota, once and by mailed notice as provided by law. Service of the within order shall be deemed complete 21 days after publication. Dated December 5, 1958. BY THE COURT A. C. RICHARDSON District Judge BILL L. BK1N and THOMAS D. DIPFBRT Attorucya for Trust Dec. | TYPEWRITERS for Christmas See Them At Milan Printing Co., Inc. UO W. Maple - Ph. HE 3-2055 erell Harriman of New York for the 1956 nomination which went to Adlai E. Stevenson, said he is keeping hands off in the scramble at this point. "We have got a lot of good young men In the party who would make fine candidates, and I don't want to do anything to hurt the chances of any of them," Truman said in an interview. "Everybody will know in plenty of time who I am for." Provide Impetus While Truman's support is not likely to be decisive, the former President's backing might provide the impetus needed for one of several individual aspirants to forge ahead in what now appears likely to be a closely bunched field of contenders in i960. The prospect that several may arrive at the July I960 convention with about equal strength revived speculation at weekend Democratic meetings here of the possibility of a third nomination for Stevenson. Stevenson himself merely repeated his recent statement that he won't be the nominee. And Jacob M. Arvey, Illinois national committeemsn, said he thinks the party's 1932 and 1956 standard bearer would b« a "very reluctant dragon" so far as a third race is concerned. Still Possibility Nevertheless, Arvey said he is not ruling out the possibility the convention might turn to Stevenson if several rounds of balloting should indicate a deadlock. Similarly, Gov.-elect David L. Lawrence of Pennsylvania said that while he doesn't think Stevenson wants to run, he can see where the balloting stalemate might bring the former Illinois governor to the front again as a compromise candidate. However, Gov. A. B. (Happy) Chandler of Kentucky, himself a candidate for the 1960 nomination, said be doesn't believe the convention will nominate a man who has lost two elections'. "Sevenson can't win," Chandler said. Some other Democrats disagreed. They said that if the con-1 troversy over civil rights is sharpened within the party in the next two years, as appears likely, Stevenson may be regarded in 1960 as something of a moderate on this question. De Gaulle Puts Damper on French Algerian Extremists By ANDREW BOROW1EC ALGIERS (AP)-French Premier Charles de Gaulle has put another damper on the hopes of French extremists in Algeria who have called for the territory's speedy integration with France. Ending a five-day tour of Al geria and the Sahara, De Gaulle called Sunday night for the realization of "liberty, happiness and dignity" for Algeria's nine million Moslems before any political settlement. In a recorded three-minute speech broadcast as he left by plane for Paris, he also avoided saying he will integrate Algeria politically France. and economically with "Every man and every woman here should have their liberty, their happiness and their dignity," the Premier said. "As this is being done, we will see much better revealed the living personality of Algeria on the Gun Expert Shoots Self by Accident GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — Earl Vaughn shot himself in the right leg Sunday when the gun he was fast-drawing from a holster discharged prematurely. Vaughn Is president of the Colorado Gunslingers Assn. of Colorado Springs. The wound was only a scratch. one hand, and on the other the nature of things which unite it with France. "It is when this Is done that the so-called political solution will appear, practically and reasonably." Pearl Harbor Day Enemies Now Friends MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP)-An American hero of Pearl Harbor and a Japanese bomber pilot in the raid relived their parts Sunday. As Lt. Col. Toshlo Hashimoto and Lt. Col. Stephen G. Saltzman discussed their roles on Dec, 7, 1941, it was evident that time had erased all hatred. Hashimoto is one of Saltzman's students -in the Command and Staff SchoAat Maxwell Air Force Base. ^ 4 At Pearl Harbor, Hasimoto was a lieutenant junior grade who piloted a Mitsubishi attached to the carrier Hiryu. He bombed the battleship West Virginia. Saltzman wears a Silver Star medal for his courageous action while a second lieutenant assigned to an antiaircraft battalion near Pearl Harbor's Wheeler Field. DUGAN'S DAILY Gift Suggestions Men - Women's ICE SKATES Boys • Girls SKIS-TOBOGGANS SNO-SKEETERS Hockey Sticks - Pucks Shop Early • Layaway Now Free Gift Wrapping DUGAN'S HE 3-6190 His remarks indicate he intends o go ahead with his ambitious ive-year social and economic de- relopment plan before trying to olve Algeria's political problems De Ottilia's tour of the new Basra oil and natural gas fields rought to light new estimates of heir recoverable reserves, which low are expected to supply francs with vital fuel for 80 years. Franca at present consumes ibout 25 million tons of oil yearly. By 1082 Sahara fields and the labon fields in Equatorial Africa re expected to produce 40 mil- Ion tons of crude oil yearly. : ootball Stor Bakes Best Pie in Contest OROMO, Maine (AP)-Leonard i. Comeau, who received praise luring the football season for his lay at guard and center for the )rono High School team, defeated iiree girls Saturday to win a regional cherry pie baking contest, -omeau thus became eligible for state-wide baking competition n January. Britons Clash on Putting End to Bunny Tribe LONDON (ffl — A group of public spirited Britons have launched an all-out campaign to persuade people that oryctolagus cunlculus la nothing but « common bum. Organized as the Rabbit Advisory Council, they hope to establish in the minds of all that rabbits are evil, dirty, cowardly, and thieving, showing little or no restraint In matters of procreation. The council proposes to Introduce this theme Into British school lessons and story books. Their ultimate objective Is the total extermination of oryctolagus as a costly pest. As might be expected among a people brought up for generations on child literature of the Peter Rabbit variety, the council is meeting with outraged resistance. Five years ago the rabbit plague myxomatosis, believed to have arrived In England accidentally from France, slaughtered the little animals by the million. In many parts of England fields once again are jumping with the little devils. NEMITZS CIGAR STORE 415 North Main HE 3-9964 Reading Can Be Fun! BEGINNER BOOKS •4 mat to MM Hit I M A SIS Sail M Strug B-6 Sam «* tin Finny B-4 The >K ferns M« otker ttsrtes B-3 A Fly Went sy i-l TkeCsttetlMM Beginning- reader* can read these delightful books &v themtelvei. Newly created for children just learning- to road, Beginner Books have been written with minimum vocabulary and handsomely illustrated in two colors so that youngsters can enjoy them without adult help. SiM 6% x 9%. Hard covers. Jtut jwfc. Chwry Arrm Books on Nursing for Girls Ngncy Drew Mystery Stories for Girls Hardy Boys Mystery Stories for Boys Chip Hilton Sports Stories for Boys We take Magazine Subscriptions for All Magazines 200 Families Move in Civil Defense Test 5HICO, Calif. CAP) i- The nation's first wholesale evacuation experiment Involving an overnight stay was completed at this north era California city over the week, end, All went well. More than 200 families from the north San Francisco Bay area converged in their cars at the town of Esparto Saturday morn- Ing, drove 130 miles to Chioo in police-escorted convoy* and were overnight guests of Chlco families. The test was sponsored by the California civil defense organization. The families returned home after lunch Sunday, AUSTIN (Minn.) HtftAlO ft Monday, Dee, fl, 1958 W- Hunttrt Not Wronj; It W«i Afittatfr SAN FRANCISCO (AW - they swore up tod down it was at) afit* eater, but friends just smllfld it the two hunteri and said they must have shot something tlw* Why, shucks, anybody knowi that anteaters don't grow around her*. Carey Baldwin, director of the San Francisco Zoo, put everybody straight Sunday. The animal that escaped from its cage on • truck en route to the too NOT. M — and which the hunters shot — wu in 80-pound ANTEATEft. About 1,220,400 square miles, or 38 per cent of Canada's total land area, is forests. Visit Dam's Special $1 Christmas Giii Section * Cocktail •k Juice •frShsrbsts *Wint W Cordioli * Plata Elam's Special Glassware Sale $1.00 ELAM'S JEWELRY HON. Main You'll say that's for me" when you learn how little it costs to live a Thunderbird •/ life in the totally new... great big 4 Q K Q Here's the car that brings Thunderbird living to the low-price field ... the elegant new Galaxie. It's Thunderbird in looks, Thunderbird in action, Thunderbird in luxury . . . Thunderbird in everything but price. Inside, the Galazie Is a 6fg-car—it teats in luxurious comfort. It's available in six difi ferent body styles, each with the T-Bird's owa silhouette, performance and plush ments. Try a Galaxie todayl Ill SO. RIVER GRANT WILLIAMS, INC. FORDTOWN DIAL HC 3-3486

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