The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 8, 1958 · Page 16
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 16

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Sunday School Coin Denrist and Trucker ALABAMA CHALLENGE Coum Boy Trouble Killed in Collision DETROIT, Mich. (API—KiRht- : ELLSWORTH, Minn. < API—Dr. year-oM .TurnM Boyer .caused ex- G. D. Sheridan, R2, a dentist at f.itern«1t Sunday with his quarter Winona, Minn., was killed in a col- for the Sunday school collection, lision southeast of this western On the way to church .tames hnlf-: Wisc o 11S jn community late Satin- the coin and Negroes Charge They're Deprived of Voting Rights choking. An ambulance picked him up ; Dn Sheridan's car and a truck MONTGOMERY. Ala. (AP) - Storey would say'on the eve of the and on the way to a hospital ran driven by Robert G. Bock of Port 1 Defiant Alabama officials, already; federal commission's first hearing over a hump. James completed,Worth. Texas, coffided at the in-:subpoenaed, had a challenge today]whether it might seek court orders un-• tersection of Highway in and)' 0 answer before the Civil Rights to force the appearance of officials rrtimtv Rno/i tr 'Commission charges by Negroes'from six counties. been deprived of: They did declare at a news conference Sunday night that the the swallowing, harmed. He wns County Road E. Loif Times Tonight Oono Andrew; in "fntdontcd hlond — technicolor. Ooorpl- Montgomery in "Bedmsn's Country." •TI STARTS TOMORROW EVENINGS ONLY at 7:1 5-9:00 At Our Regular Prices 'NOAH'S ARK" starts at 7:45 and 9:30 P. M. See This From Beginning "SOME OF THE MOST STIRRING EPISODES INTHE ANNALS OFSCREEN SPECTACLES!" Y»Herald Tribune * voting rights, Neither Chairman John A. Han-, commission has received a sub- nan nor Vice Chairman Robert G. stantial number of complaints — 16 the weekend. The records in Barbour and Bullock counties have been impounded by Circuit Judge George Wallace. He said lie would defy a subpoena to produce them and arrest any commission agent trying to take them from his custody. The files of Dallas, Lowndes; more from Alabama than from anc ' Wilcox were turned over to! AUSflN (Minn.) HERALD i nnv other state — that Negroes Brand J uries for wh at was de-| Monday, Dec 8 1958 have been denied access to the lscribotl as state investigations ofj ' ballot box because of race. i'hc same complaints made to the legal force. They instead held that the subpoenas were an opportunity | structed \. ' /I < ^*=r< NEED CASH? Quick Loans NO RED TAPE! Up to $300 AUSTIN LOAN CO. Licensed Vndtt Mtnncsot» Small Loan AM Downstair) Home Federal Bldg. Maple and Main ot East Side Furniture MIRRORS Round, Square or Rectangular HASSOCKS $4.95 CARD TABLES $4.95 EAST SIDE FURNITURE STORE 101? I. WATO DIAL Hi 3-6JOO Hannah said he hoped the hear- j One of the six commission mem- ing could be completed in twojbers is a Negro, J. Ernest Wilkins days but would be prolonged ifjof Chicago, an assistant secretary necessary. i ...... , | of Iabor> A11 are gtaylng at Wholesale resistance to bringing well Air Force Base because state records before the commission; segregation laws ruled Wilkins out appeared to be building up over of a hotel. NEW MISSION WEATHER FORECAST — A band of snowfall is predicted for tonight from New York and New Jersey westward through the northern part of the nation to Idaho with rain expected in Washington and Oregon. It will be colder in the northern and central Rockies and the southern Plains; warmer in the Ohjo and Tennessee valleys and the middle Atlantic states. (AP Wirephoto Map) TWA Flying Again After 17-Day Strike Dulles Hospitalized; Doctors Find No Recurrence ot Cancer WASHINGTON (AP)-Secretary of State John Foster Dulles is hospitalized with an intestinal ailment. But his doctors say they find no evidence of a recurrence of cancer. The State Department said Dulles, 70, was In satisfactory condition at Walter Reed Army Hospital, undergoing treatment for an inflammatory condition of the lower colon. His temperature was reported normal. The doctors' finding that no cancer was involved was reported by the department Saturday night, when it disclosed for the first time that Dulles had entered the hospital 24 hours earlier. A cancerous section of Dulles' intestine was removed at Walter Reed two year* ago. The announcement said Dulles would remain in the hospital several days for treatment, but officers said he still expects to fly next weekend to Paris fof a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Council. BOOKWORM ANADARKO, Okla. UP! - Two TV repiarman thought Bob Ditmore's TV set was heavy when they started carrying it out of the house. When they got outside 40 pounds of books fell out of the bottom of the console. KANSAS CITY, Mo. Trnns World Airlines Subs Use Names of Famous Americans WASHINGTON (AP) — Because the Navy's Polaris ballistic missile submarines are an entirely new type of submersible, with a new mission, they are being named under a changed system. for famous Americans. Until now, all U.S. submarines Roosevelt, Robert E. Lee, Abraham Lincoln. More Time Needed scheduled flights early today after a 17-day shutdown because of a machinists' strike. The first flight left New York shortly after midnight bound for Los Angeles nonstop. Eastbound international flights also began today, and westbound planes from abroad will take off later in the week. The strike of 6,700 machinists ended Saturday night with an- ^ouncement that a majority of the and'members in 20 locals of District j 142, International Assn. of 1 Machinists, had ratified an agreement (AP) — mechanics and 53 cents for me- resumed chanics who work on flight simulators. Part of the increase is ret-! roactive. j After the final adjustment Oct. 1, 1959, the hourly rates will be' $1.73, $2.95 and $3.56. The first of them, the George reached here Wednesday Washington, will be launched at Grown, Conn., next spring. But * completion and commissioning. There was a move afoot earlier The contract) expiring Oct> calls for wnze ng* » cSi » taur | chen helpers , 44 cents for most have carried the names Of fish ,. nere was a move afoot earlier sea- creatures or items of sea „ f f eai \ to « ive the Powerful mythology. Polaris subs the names of states. Instead, Secretary of the Navy Thomas Gates, with President Eisenhower's approval, issued signed names — the George Wash-j verbal instructions to name the ington, Patrick Henry, Theodore! missile subm arines after famous Americans. Navy Hag Policy The Navy wants to keep state Five of the nine Polaris sub- I marines now being built or author- 'ized for building have been as- TEMPERATURES Alexandria Bemidji Intl Falls Redwood Falls Rochester St. Cloud Duluth La Crosse Madison Mason City Minot Fargo Rapid City i Calgary I Edmonton Regina Winnipeg iThe Pas I Albany, clear j Albuquerque, clear 'Anchorage, clear ! 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