The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 9, 1958 · Page 15
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 15

Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 9, 1958
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Businessmen, Bank Officials Accused of Cheating Bank D LIV€ ^ DC/IOC! E-53S f i r»/T« f too n. /econo- FLOOR DESIGN E 555 — A traditional American central • hall plan is, given a fresh study with the result being a house of good proportions in a minimum amount of floor space. To utilize space, the customary stair hall has been replaced by a guest coat closet and a more important game and general storage closet. The welcoming vestibule and secondary service entrance in the rear still gives the homemaker control of modern borne traffic. Nothing obstructs her path to these entrances. The separate dining room has also been happily eliminated, joined to the kitchen area with an enjoyable snack counter, to form one large pleasant family room. This area can again be doubled in size when the sliding glass door is opened to the porch. Plans call for a screen- ned porch but to enclose it for year around use would not deter from the exterior appearance. With a three way view the ex- panslve living room is ample for all social needs and formal dining that is essential to a full family life. The kitchen la on- ly a few steps away but its' work centers are out of view. A full basement is entered by an exceptionally handy stairway to all room s, leads directly down from the rear entrance and will save many steps for the entire family. On the second floor, all four bedrooms have cross ventilation and closet space sufficient for all storage needs. The linen closet is also accessible from the bathroom. Considering the amount of living possible in a plan covering only 768 square feet of ground area there is every reason to believe this house will be a favorite to many. The second floor has 789 square feet and porch 147 square feet. With a full basement it contains 21,062 cubic feet. For free detailed information about type of construction, blueprints, reverse plans, room and closet sizes, etc., of this house, address the home building editor of this newspaper. Three "firsts" are the boast o Beverly, Mass.: first cotton mill first Sunday School and firs secretary of the Navy. SANTA CLAUS Will be at WARD'S In Downtown Austin 7 to 9 P.M. TONIGHT BRING THE KIDDIES FREE TREATS! Talk to Santal Santa's Mailbox Open Tool Montgomery Ward Catalog Store HE 3-7311 108 E. Oakland Avenue • Austin, Minn, OFFICIAL SIZE 5'x? PING PONG TABLE TOPS . . $12.95 6V4" BLADE SK1LSAW $29.95 </4" UNDERLAY HARDBOARD sq. ft. 7Mc FOR PICNIC or PING PONG FOLDING TABLE HARDWARE $10.95 PLASTIC - STAIN PROOF COUNTER TOP sq. It. 5Sc LUMBER fTOW LOS ANOELE3 (AP)-A businessmen and bank officials ar« accused by the U.S. attorney's office of looting a suburban bank of up to a million dollars by cash* ing thousands of worthless checks. Asst. U.S. Atty. Thomas Shert dan says one man cashed checks totaling $296,067 on an account containing $131. Another was accused of hairing collected $129,465 on 301 checks when his account was already overdrawn $43.50. It Arraigned Among the 12 arraigned Monday in federal court were the president and assistant cashier of the bank, the Sun Valley National Bank, and the chairman of its oan committee. The others are businessmen in Sun Valley and neighboring San Fernando Valley communities. They were charged with aiding and abetting John Peterson, cash ler and vice president of the bank, who was arrested last week on a :harge of making a false bank record. Sheridan said the charges are merely preliminary to a presentation of the complex case to a ! ederal grand jury within the next few weeks. Huge Shortages The huge shortage in the bank's funds was disclosed last month when bank examiners investigated the books. The FBI, which is Investigating the case, said it was learned thousands of checks were cashed by the bank over a three-year period and not applied against the accounts of the check writers. The day of Peterson's arrest it was announced that the Security- First Nation Bank of Los Angeles had purchased the Sun Val ley National Bank and that all deposits would be protected. The bank Is now being operated as a Security First National branch. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1958 10 States Sending Schoolmen to Meet MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - School men from 10 states come here Thursday and Friday for the 29th annual regional conference on teacher education, to be held a the University of Minnesota Col lege of education. The parley will consider such topics as admission examination programs, the future of teacher education, and what research stud ies have shown is needed in that field. Notice of Hearing On Acceptance Of Plat A proposed plat of certain real estate has been riled with the City Recorder of Austin, Minnesota, by the owners of the premises hereinafter described, which said plat purports to be » plat to Southlawn Third Ad- dltlon and said plat Is open to the Inspection of all interested parties. Said plat describe* the following real 3s:at«, to-wlt: All that part of Subdivision 1 of Out Lot 4 and all that part of Out Lot S located In the Northeast Quarter of Section 9, Township 10Z North. Range 18 West, Mower County, Minnesota, described as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at a point on the North. line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 9, 903.48 feet West of the Northeast corner of said Section 9, thence West along the North line of paid Section 9 540 Teet, thence South 188 feet, thence West 60 feet, thence South 670 feet, thence East fOO feet, thence North 858 feet to the point of beginning, In Austin. Minnesota. NOW THEREFORE NOTICE IS •TEREBY GIVEN that at the council Chatr'bers In the Municipal Bulldlnp on East Water Street In Austin. MIn- nestoa. on the 2nd day of January. 1959, at 8:00 p.m., the Council will consider said plat and public! 11 hear all persons Interested either In the rejection or acceotance of said plat and thereafter will act thereon. Dated this 8th day of December, 1958. J. H. WETLAND City Recorder .. Dec. ». 16 ^ Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. 3TATE OF MINNFSOTA. County of Mower—u in Probate rourt In Re Estate of Harry E. Rossow, Oecedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settle-rent ind allowance thereof and for distribution to the persona thereunto en- IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing •hereof be had on the 31st day of December 1958. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin. Minnesota, and that notice hereof b« nlven by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Hera'd and by •mlled mtlce as provided by law. Dated December 5th. 1958. LUCILLE BAUDLKR Clerk of Probate Court (PROBATE COURT SFAL) PHILIP RK'HARDSON Attornev for Petitioner. Austin. Minnesota. ?lle No. 11724 Dec. 9, 16, 23 Leeal Notice ORDER FOR HKARINQ ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION LIMITING TIME TO FIIK CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON VTATE OF MINNESOTA 'vmntv o> Mower--ss. in Prnhate fnurt In Re Estate of Jens Peter Mortensen, also known as James P. Mortensen and James Mortensen. Decedent Lloyd O. Mortensen having filed h ereln a petition for general admln- 'stratlon stating that said f'ccen-n' H led Intestate and praying that Amanda M. Mortensen be appointed Mimlntstrator; IT IS ORHERED. That the hearlne hereof be had on the 31st day of December 19 C 8, at 10 o'clock A. M . 'i°fore this Court In the Droba'f onirt •oom In the court house in Austin VTlnnwota: that the time within •vhlch creditors of said decedent mav 'He their claims be limited tr> four nonths from 'he date hereof and >nt the cialtrs so fl'ed b» heard on the 6th day of April. 1959, at 10 I'clock A M.. before this Court in •lie probate court rnom in the court ' e In Austin. M!nneam« and »h«' notice hereof be given by publication if this order In the Austin Dailv 'lerald and by mailed cotict M pro vlded by law Dated December 5th. 1958. LUCILLE BAUDLER Clerk ol Probate Court (PROBATE COURT SEAL) BAUDLER & BAUDLER Attorneys for Petitioner Austin. Minnesota File No. 11850 Dec. », 16, 23 Jc dL !XjCt €U'TL3L JH* : . JL,, p IT jE3L 3CJL CJL WE MAIL OVERSEAS TO THOSE IN HE SERVICE Give A Lasting Gift Give a subscription to the AUSTIN DAILY HERALD ... Send the HERALD to friends or relatives in the Armed Forces. Call the Circulation Department Today ... 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