The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 8, 1958 · Page 8
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MON., DEC. 8, 1958 PAGE 8 TrM in 3 Personal Injury Cases &2/30U UdmdQ6 in 10 ™ a i <* ^^\ ^^ su u s j resulting from a traffic accident \A/ I J/* II** Sept - 25 - ' D57 Rot " nder Wfl y in Weekend Lollisions r^rrL'^r^ Four ticket! Were issued and Fourth, in a collision at 10:35 Haven Lee. 2113 Hope. Harold dnmag* of over $2,300 was re-'a.m. Sunday at Kenwood and,Smith, (501 S. Eighth, and Law- pnrted In 10 weekend collisions Maple. Rice was tagged for nm-'rence Streif, 60S S. Eighth, are here. ning a red light.. suing John Wildman, 609 N. Third. Damage of tlSO was done fo A collision in front of Sflfl VV. Oak- driver of the car and Osmundson ihe car of William D. Smith, 600 land at 9:25 p.m. Saturday cans- Bro s., Adams, and Ulland Bros. W. College, and another $150 to ed $225 damage to the car of Roy lnc -' Austin. Wildman is suing Os- the car of Robert Rice, 302 N. H. Lamaack. 201 Nicholsen, and inu »dson Bros, and the Ullands in a $300 damage to the car of Terry se P a ™te action. 'Perrigo. Wallham. Lamaack was Wlldt "an, with Lee. Smith and ! tagged for careless driving. He ,' as P 9Sse Ws was heading suffered a cut lower lip. ™ si on Highway 56 east of LeRoy on the way to a Milwaukee A car driven by Henry H. ,Pla- Braves baseball game on Sept. 25, cek Jr.. 502 Center, was damaged. 1!>57 when he went through the ,$200 and $125 damage was done T intersection of Highway 56 and Awards for length of service, 1 to the car of Harold Halvorson,; Highway 63 into the dead end email around excellence and (op sales- -WS Victoria, in a collision at 2:l8'bankment. manship were given THE HER- P-™- Saturday at Kenwood and Osmundson Bros, and Ullands ALD carriers at the annual Christ- Victoria. Placek was tagged for were engaged in work at the inter ma» dinner for the boys Saturday improper passing. ' —" — - - • Is Held for Carriers «t Christmas Episcopal Church dining hall. ..,..-,— r- ». 'section and are being charged A collision Sunday about 2:55 with negligence "because they fail- mmg nan. • |p.m. at Fox Drive near LaFollette j ed to provide adequate lighting or A gift from THE HERALD was | caused $75 damage to the car ofj warnin S signals at the intersec- given each of the carrier* and Teddy Farrell, 609 W. Oakland,! tion> " and $15 damage to the car of Char-! Tne suits of Lee > streif and Smith les W. Chesrown, 203 Sheldon, j also char 8e Wildman with negligent Chesrown was tagged for driving °P eration °* 'he car in going too fast for conditions. through the intersection. Other collisions- ' Lce> the most seriously ' injur 11:40 p.m. Sunday, Main and ed ' is suing for $50 ' 000 - Lee they presented a gift to Lloyd Fennell, circulation manager. Mri. H. E. Rasmussen, business manager, greeted the carriers and « balloon dart game with cash prizes wai played. from Blooming Prairie, Adams,!. St. Ansgar, Brownsdale, Hollan-j tin Rt , attended Water ' LeR °y DeW «»- Grand $15. Lukes, Au, , , " he * d "««"«, Jaw fractures ° h ° ulder Sunday, Winona and ; f • **«, Da e Zrucky, 714 McKin- 1 hip injuries and dale, Hayfield, LeRoy and Rose Creek. 2rt-=-"j=?='=- * ££•£»' '-."a -!Sr ^'*-'-= Streif allegedly suffered frac- chest and cites head, sented to Galen Weber, the all- around excellence award was won| car w hen « n, • " Wildman Austin Is unquestionably the city w "d of champions — whether It be on tne athletic arena, United Funds, or at the State Reformatory] by Rodney Andahl, and Paul Thompson received an award for being tht top aalesboy in a recent magadne sales contest. 3 p.m. Sunday, Oakland ; collar bone fracture and leg lacer- and,ations. Highway 16 near Sterling, Harold | Lee,' Smith and Streif are being H. Hoffman, 2110 E. Winona. $15; j represented by Robert Leighton K ft fr * v» r*/\*.rttfk1tt.* 1AA*f -mr * _ .. ****»5i*wu for Minor Prisoners About six city prisoner* in the Mower County jail will get a Christmas vacation under an order signed by Municipal Judge Kenneth K. McMillan. «„„ Vocation': 9:20 a.m. Sunday, Nassau near sons and Ullands by Lomlnen" ' High, James Wolcott, Nob Hill, : Schacht and Schacht and Gather-' $15; Josephine Kraemer, 305 Nas sau, parked, $250. 5:25 p.m. Sunday, front of 105 W. Winona, Devon Nelson, 103 S. Jay, $45; Harold Harris, 906 Driesner, $100. Prisoner* serving terms for rais-j 1:20 p.m. Sunday, Kenwood andj demeanors will be allowed out of Mill, hit-run accident causing $50 ! **I1 T> A. AA — — J til i j iii *. ^ damage to the car of George R. Healy, 703 Nicholsen. jail Dec. 22 and won't have to re turn until noon Dec. 29th. They'll have to serve their full time, however, but under the Christmas n:«*».J«l.. LJ plan will have an unscheduled •'"Orderly Hearing break. Remembering Pearl Harbor, Hawaii's National Guard now has two full time aircraft control and warning squadrons; with a 24- hour-a-day radar alert. RECTAL ITCH If pit* irritation! k»p you awake at night, If you cannot ttond, si> or Nt down in comfort, try toothing scientifically, mtdtcatea 600 OINTMENT. At your druggist. wood, Hughes and Alderson. 7 Awards in Jaycees' Yule Home Lighting Seven cash awards will be paid jto winners in the Austin Jaycees' Christmas Home Lighting contest this year. Entries in the annual event will , . „ be received until Dec. 21, Bob cipal Court today to charges of Thomas, contest chairman said, disorderly and assault growing out j of a commotion early Sunday in a I Maple street apartment house. j Burton allegedly .threatened a man in one of the apartments and became unruly in another apartment occuried by girls. He was i picked up later by police. Trial is set for 9 a.m. Wednesday. Slated Wednesday Harry Burton Jr., Cedardale Addition, pleaded innocent in Muni i t "The Sunshine of Life" HOLIDAY SPECIALS For you at your favorite store or call for delivery on the route. Peppermint Stick Candy ICE CREAM Holiday Fruit ICE CREAM Cranberry Sherbet Egg Nog ( n ° n alcoholic) Individual Christmas Tree Molds (6 to a box) Individual Harmony Treats Real Fancy (6 to a box) Don't forget to look for the bursting sun —for finest of its kind in dairy products. Within a few days after the close of entries, the judges will travel through the city and suburbs plac ing the houses. A h o m e must be entered to qualify for an award, Thomas said. Last year, several homes that should have been in the contest were not entered. Awards this year, paid by the Chamber of Commerce and Jay. cees, will be $30 first, $25 second, $20 third, $10 fourth and three $5 awards to honorable mention winners. Entries should be mailed to Box 100, Austin, on either the entry blank or a card. Entries will be available from stores handling Christmas lighting equipment and decorations and in THE HERALD. Home owners, friends and neighbors can enter houses in the contest, Thomas said. Firemen Answer 3 Weekend Colls Firemen were called out for three fires over the weekend, all of them minor. MS PARTY —Miss Clara Hemansori, on stretcher, came to party in ambulance. Mrs. Weseman Receives Honor Mrs. Donald H. Weseman receiv ed the Order of the North Star at the commemorative tea held in the State Historical Building, St. Paul, in honor of the women's division of the Minnesota Statehood with her are Mrs. Guy Wold (left), Judge Warren Plunkett and Mrs. Lynn Ulven. Centennial. Mrs. Weseman been active throughout the 'year in promoting state history here, exhibits at th« Pioneer and Historical Build- viewed by hundreds of pupils ™ coming to school Abuses from Mrs. Weseman throughout t h e county last May were among her outstanding activities. The award was made by Tom Swain, executive director of the Centennial Commission. Contributions of more than $«,• 500 were mad« to th« State Historical Society by the women's division. During the ceremonies, Mrs. Donald Heng, state chairwoman, quoted Mrs. John Skinner as saying, "If we have the courage, the loyalty and the endurance of our pioneer mothers, our state and our country are safe." The new song, "Mighty Minnesota," from the musical "Minnesota," was presented by Cliff Sakry, the composer. Patients Arrive of Party Ambulance f Wheel Chair One patient arrived by ambu-Emil Kiemele and Thomas lance and several were in wheel chairs, but all were thrilled with the party Sunday Tor patients suffering multiple sclerosis. Nine patients, with symptoms ranging from very early to advanced, attended the Christmas party put on by the Mower County Multiple Sclerosis chapter at Kaus- Kmmt studios. For Miss Clara Hermanson, it was the second time in 14 years, that she had been out of St. Olaf -^ Hospital. The other occasion was as t guest at the Shrine Circus. She went by ambulance to attend. Guests gathered around a Christmas tree, were served lunch, given, favors, watched t live TV show and appeared on a program. In a televised program, Dr. Thomas M. Seery talked on MS, while Judge Warren Plunkett, chapter president, outlined function of th« organization. Arrangements for the party were made by a committee that included Mrs. Harold Radke, chairman, Mrs. Emmet J. Devaney, Mrs. Vote Due on Change of State Ag Schools ST. PAUL (AP)-A legislative commission on agricultural schools is scheduled to vote next Saturday on a recommendation to convert agricultural schools at Crookston and Morris to four-year branches of the University of Minnesota. Young. Assisting were Girl Scouts and members of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha chapter. The party was the first activity of the recently organized Mower County MS chapter which is preparing a list of patients. Judge Plunkett today asked any Mower County MS patients who did not get invitations to write to him to be on the list for future ac- CITY OF CHAMPIONS Austin Man Named Inmate of Week' You just can't get around if— for his work, his Attitude tnd the Word now comes from the St. Cloud Reformatory newspaper that an Austin man has been chosen "Inmate of the Week." And he's got a double championship. Aside from that, he's the first man to win the weekly award with such a short period of time at the institution—three months. Serving a sentence not to exceed five years, the man was described by his foreman in the reformatory newspaper as having "a wonderful attitude. . .and above all his word is good," He takes complete charge of one of the shops and "I would trust him anywhere," says the forenfln. The man, in his 60s, was selected Christmas Party Held by Utilities Group City utilities board members employes and their wives held Christmas dinner and dance Saturday »t the Elks dining hall. Edmund Smith, board chairman, reviewed progress of the plant in the past year and said the Austin utilities is one of the best in the midwest through the effor,t and skills of the employes. Speaking in behalf of the em- ployes, Gil Thompson said the five-member board and the utilities officers have always been cooperative. Dance music was provided by a five piece band and special dance arrangements were perform ed by Jess Dixon of the depart- person h» hi* shown himself to be in such • short period time." Inmates show that they still have a sense of humor. One of the columns in their prison newspaper is called "I Don't Like It Here" by Grim George and their statistics column is called "Stlr-tistics. The paper reports on * hula hoop contest being held with one inmate twirling for one hour, six minutes and 85 seconds wheil the gong ending the contest sounded.- A carton of cigarets was the prize. On their sports page the two prison football teams were at it with the Playboys defeating the Outlaws 35-6. Austin Area Servicemen Ftt, E-t Robert ft. flftnM hit ht addfeil: fOTMTNO MdqS. C», th Brif. fort Ord, Calif. C Jam« fftflfM, brothtr of Mrs. Gordon Handahl, liOf Locust, hat won the light middleweight boxing championahlp it Ft. Lewis, Wash. While boxing in the Golden Gloves program from 1054 hrough 19M* th* Blue Earth native often boxed IB the Austin area. His address ii RA 17491931 Co. D. Eighth Inf. First Battle Group, Ft. Lewis, Wash. PIRSONAMZID PENS A PENCILS STATIONERY for ChrhtaMi Milan Printing Co., Inc. 130 W. Mail*. Ph. HI 1-20J5 SAVE MORE WITH THESE DRY CLEANING SPECIALS NO NEED TO BUY COUPON BOOKS You Con Depend On Our Quality! MEN'S SUITS 89o PLAIN 1-PC. DRESSES $1,39 STORM COATS ^^$1.59,.* COATS Mtll . if LtdUt . (n , Jt<fctH ) $1i09 i ach SHIRTS LAUNDERED 22C EACH When Sent With Dry Cleaning Order FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 1207 W. OAKLAND DRIVE-IN LAUNDRY CLEANERS MacLAREN PHONI HE 3-2367 George Johnson didn't hate the Pope. Indeed, he held the head of the Catholic Church in high esteem as « leader in the spheres of morality, world peace and human rights. George Johnson did— read and tead again Out Lord's'words to Peter, "And I will give unto thec the keys of the kingdom of heaven..." For is it not a clear delegation of His authority when Christ tells Peter: "... whatsoever But nobody could At 7:12 p.m. Saturday a trash '' COnvi , nCC ? e ° r «? J° hn ' , burner caused damage to the gar- •' son at the Ho v Father had any thou shale bind on earth shall be ,age at 301 W. Maple owned by I ? pecial authorit y '° speak officially bound in heaven..."? For » lonr John F. Watkins. Firemen said ! ** Christl Wher « '« the Bible, time George Johnson had believer trash burners should not be left Geor S e wanted to know, is there Our Lord's reference to "this rock 1 unattended. an 7 mention of such a person is a meant Peter's faith and not Peter's A faulty damper in the fire- ^ < ? r ^ Christ? Where in Holy person. But now he saw in the place at the home of Scott John-1 ^"P™" does Our Lord delegate Savior's words a specific command son, 905 N. Third, caused a scorch- i am/ of His » uth ority to a single to exercise specif ic powers of judg. ed mantle. human being? ment, which had to be an act oi It was not until he read, and read The rural fire truck was called to the farm home of Robert Mof- 2 S a ' n > tnc words of Jesus to Peter fit, Rose Creek, when a light bulb! ( Ma «hew 16:18-19) that George caused fire in a door casing and! J°knson began to understand the I wall of the barn. " Peter the man. A highly interesting and authoritative story of the origin of tht CAR IV1.VDOW DAMAGED Catholic claim of papal . "And I say unto thee, That thou j art Peter, and upon this rock I will Teddy Farrell, 605 Airport ! u",'!' 1 Jf?, Church; an V hC ?"" ° f Drive, reported a window in the hel ! . sha11 not P«v«l rear of his car damaged by van- an estimated loss of p . f concerning the rope...9. brief but exciting history of the Popes since the time of Peter, the first Pontiff-all these um auaii nui prevail flifainsc «t j --- ..... ««»«v - -" And - l wiu 8 iv e «nto thee the ""* man . y °, tl ? cr int ««ting facts ° f the kin g dom of heaven: W C °" taj , n ^ ln * P am P"« which and whatsoevcf thou ^ bin(J Qn Gotten DAIRY COMPANY MILK • CREAM - ICE CREAM 404 t. Bridfl* Ph. HE 3-8829 NEWSPAPER ods like these by the AUSTIN NATIONAL CO. 1 22 West Bridge Street, may seem a little goofy but each od SAYS some Ihmgs we really mean. 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