The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 11, 1958 · Page 24
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 24

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 11, 1958
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WEATHER FORECAST ~ Rain is ex peeled along the northern Pacific coast tonight, changing to freezing rain and snow in Montana and to snow in the northern Plains and upper Mississippi valley. Snow flurries are expected in the Lakes region. The south Atlantic coastal states will have rain with snow expected in southeastern Virginia. It will continue cold in the east. (AP Wirephoto Map) $40,559 Shortage Found on Books of Credit Union SIOUX CITY Iff) — A shortage Kuhler on Sept. 30 was given a {since its organization. Kuhler is of $40,595 on the books of the 3-year suspended sentence after!married. $200,000 Teachers Credit Union he pleaded guilty to a charge of* A successor to Kuhler as treas- hore was announced Wednesday;conspiracy to commit a felony.Wer was named after Kuhler rein the wake of a general member- j The charge was filed in connec- 1 signed, ship meeting of the organization; tion with a recent morals case in I Tuesday. >Sioux City. Mrs. Esther Groth, TCU presi-l Kuhler resigned his high school dent, said the shortage was in thei tea , cnin & position and the credit accounts of J. B. Kuhler, former u™ 011 treasurer's post at that time. M AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, Dec, 11, 1958 Larceny May Cause Boy to Lose Fortune BLACKPOOL, England (AP) — A 15-year-old British hoy will inherit $42,000 in 1991 if he hasn't spent two years in jail for lar- cency. He appeared in Juvenile Court Wednesday — on a larceny charge. The boy pleaded guilty to stealing a camera and a raincoat. The charge normally would result in sentencing to a juvenile detention center — not jail. The boy's attorney said that would leave him still eligible for the inheritance. The money was left by an ec: centric seaside postcard seller. I When he died in 1951, he said his i adopted son could have the money ! when he became 48. But two or imore years in jail for larceny would bar the boy from ever get- tin the money, the will stipulated. Sentencing was postponed for jtwo weeks to await a medical re- 'port. The youth's name was withheld. teacher and treasurer of the credit . union. A statement and judgment, signed by Kuhler, was filed in Dis- Through the credit union's bond, 1 " 0 ' Court Tuesday. In the state- and reserves, and with financial jment, Kuhler admitted "'wrong- assistance from members of the full y appropriating funds while anj State Credit Union League, mem- officer of the credit union." bers will not suffer any loss, Mrs. The credit union was established Groth aaid. ENDS ) — Sister Delphine de St. Paul, 99, died : Wednesday, 82 years after she • first was pronounced death. When she was 17 she was certified dead from typhoid fever and funeral arrangements were made. coffin was opened and she ATTEND TEMPORARY &HOOLS — Pupils who survived tragic fire in Chicago's Our Lady of the Angels Catholic school, follow nun to buses taking them to temporary schools. Fire claimed the lives of 89 pupils and three nuns. (NEA Telephoto) Oslo Mosque to Be Colorado Mountains 'First in Scandinavia Searched for Plane OSLO I/?) — The Mohammedan Mission to Scandinavia hns announced plans to construct the first mosque in the Scandinavian Legislators Favor Vote on Liquor Question in Iowa DES MOINES UTI - Many legislators appear to favor a plan to submit to a vote of the people the question of whether liquor by the drink be legalized in Iowa. Iowa law forbidding liquor by the drink was passed in 1934. Many attempts to reverse the statute since then have ended in failure. A number of legislators answering an Associated Press questionnaire said they would favor a vote of the people as a mandate for action in the 1961 legislative session. Gov. Herschel Loveless has said he may ask the Legislature to set up such a referendum. Hot Debates Various liquor by the drink proposals have been introduced in staunchest "drys" said they might go along with the proposal. State Sen. Howard C. Buck (R- Melbourne) said he has not had 'any expression from the people," on the issue. •It would be agreeable with me to have them vote directly on the France Flooded With countries. It.will be built in Oslo. Hula Hoop Orders The was found to be alive. She was born in Detroit and came to Dublin in 1885 and spent the last 57 years jin 1933. He had been treasurer j nursing at a home for aged men. PARIS (AP)—About one million hula hoops have been sold in rders pour in every 20,000 more. The figures were released today by a spokesman for the Plymouth plastic factory of Feyzin, near Grenoble, which produces the hula hoops in France. Big Paris department stores re- Kamal Yousuf of Pakistan, an Ahmadiyya Moslem missionary to Norway, Sweden and Denmark, told interviewers recently that in two years of activity he has made seven converts in Sweden and one in Norway. Alibi: He Used Razor to Open Sardine Can DENVER, Colo. (AP)-Searchers centered their efforts today in the mountains of''central Colorado for a plane flown by Jon Lindbergh's father-in-law. It left Denver for Seattle Sunday. • The Civil Aeronautics Administration said the plane was flown by James C. Robbins, 51, a consulting engineer of Seattle. Rob- past legislative sessions but have failed to pass. The issue several times has touched off hot debates on the evils of liquor, liquor law enforcement, key clubs, broken homes and penitentiary populations. A measure proposed in 1955 by Rep. Tom Frey (R-Neola) came about as close to passage as, any In debate on the floor, Frey and Rep. Riley Dietz (R-Walcott) ar gued that the bill, if enacted would produce enough revenue to make a sales tax increase uniiec bins' daughter is the wife of Jon'essary. issue, Sen. he added. Karl Elijah (R-Clarence) suggested that voters on a liquor by the drink proposal should have some other alternative on which to vote such as: "Do you favor our present liquor laws over liquor by the drink if properly enforced and supplemented by more teeth in the law?" "This should be a definite and specific proposal along either line," Elijah commented. "T h e Legislature should consider the vote a mandate for action rather than just an expression of opinion with the ill feelings engendered by local debate with no assurance of legislative action." Act Without Referendum A few legislators hinted the Leg islature should take the initiative Rep. A. L. Mensin (R-Lowden) declared such a referendum would useless because it would have n<» force beyond a directive and guiding effect on future legislatures. "It would serve as a passing- the - buck device for legislators who, because of political timidity, are reluctant to assert their views," Mensin said. Several other lawmakers adopted a "wait and see" attitude. But generally the legislators approved the proposal even though H would have no binding effect. Of 74 legislators answering the questionnaire, 26 House members and 17 senators said they would support the referendum proposal; 14 House members and 4 senators said they would oppose it; 8 House members and 5 senators didn't answer the question. Historical Societies Give Hoover Medal NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Herhcr' Hoover wns jhonored Wednesday "for outstanding service in advancing the American way of life." The award, a small bronze statuette of a Min- Man, was given to Hoover, and act on liquor by without a referendum. Rep. Willard Freed (D-Gowrie) wrote: "I personally feel that the Leg-: islature should take action on the ",..._, , _, . . .. measure and not shirk its duties." "• b £. th * Conference of Patriot* and Historical Societies. Lindbergh, son of Gen. Charles A. j Lindbergh, the famous flier. MARQUIS MADRID, Spain DIES (AP)—Gonzalo plastic hoops which sell for about [ $1. About three buyers out of four are grownups. ADRIAN Mich. (AP) — Angelo ] Figueroa O'Neill Torres y Sala- Foreman Toledo Ohio had a manca, B3. duke de las Torres, y explanation at his arraign-1 marquis of Villamejor, marquis of raent on a charge of carrying a i pacnecho flnd marquis of Andra- concealed straight-edge razor. j da ' died Wednesday. "I use it to open sardine cans" he said. Sweden will write off 70 million 6 AUSTIN AREA WOMEN kroner on the state loans granted Finland during World War U. Passed House In the 1957 session a proposal for a liquor by the drink referendum, sponsored by Rep. Clark McNeal, (R-Belmond) and others, was passed by the House but not by the Senate. In his reply to the Associated Press questionnaire, Rep. Howard Reppert (D-Des Moines) indicated he might introduce a similar measure in the 1959 General Assembly. And some of the Legislature's will be winners in GOLD MEDAL'S EASY "TWIN STAR" V CONTEST! OVER *5O VALUE (6) 52-pc. chests of new 'Twin Star' pattern stainless JUST FOLLOW THESE EASY RULES: 1. On a sheet of paper in 25 additional words or less, complete this statement: ''I om glad new 'Twin Star' Stainless is being added to the Betty Crocker Coupon Plan because . . ." Add your name and address, and the name and address ot your favorite grocery store and enclave the blu« General Mills symbol fiom the top of any size sack of Gold Medal Flour, and moil to General Mills, Dept. 389, 623 Morquette Ave., Minneapolis 2, Minnesota. 2. Send as many entries as you wish, but each entry must be mailed separately. Only one prize can be awarded to a family. All entries must be postmarked no later than Midnight, January 1 5, 1 959 end must be received by January 22, 1959. 3. Entries will be judged on the basis ot uniqueness, originality, suitouilit,, end aptness of thought. 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