The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 13, 1958 · Page 7
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RECEIVE CHARTER — James R. Op- County charter to 'Mrs. Carl Nelson, penheimer, right, Minnesota Associa- county delegate to the state board, and tion for Mental Health, presents Mower William LaPorte, county president. Home-Lighting Contest Open Until Dec. 21 Entries in the Austin Jaycees Christmas Home Lighting Contest will be accepted through Dec. 21, Bob Thomas, contest chairman, said today. "Entries ore being received ev-' a trucking contractor in Holland ery day," Thomas said. "There is j returned to Hollandale for a visit a great deal of interest. We want this week. SAT., DEC. 13, 1958 PAGE 7 Former Hollandale Grower Is Contractor in Holland . HOLLANDALE, Minn. — A former vegetable grower who is now every home that has outside lighting entered this year." He is Adrain Spiering, Amsterdam, who visited his sister-in-law, For the second year, the Jaycees iMrs> Gerrit Sp i er i n g a nd a half are extending the contest to in-| brotner) H enry Brouwers, Sr. Spie- dude the suburban areas adjacent to Austin. In other years the $100 awards were paid just to the city entrants. "The houses will be judged on Dec. 28 by a competent panel, 1 ' Thomas said. "They will pick seven houses for awards." Entry blanks, published in THE HERALD, are available from lighting, equipment dealers or can be made on a post card addressed to Christmas Lighting, Box 100, Austin. "Why not enter the house of a friend or neighbor in the contest?" Thomas asked. "Some home owners may feel they haven't a chance, yet their house decoration could qualify for a prize." The contest is co-sponsored with the Jaycees by the Austin Chamber of Commerce. A picture of the winning house will be entered in state competition. 7 Officers in FU Appointed Seven appointive officer posts in the Mower County Farmers Union were filled by the executive board at a meeting in the Enterprise School. They were Douglas Dunn, Adams-Marshall Local, legislative Canada from 1924 • 29 and visited in Hollandale in 1928. "I couldn't see any future in farming so I returned to Holland, 1 Spiering explained. Since World War II, Holland' economy has boomed, he said. H uses rebuilt U.S. Army trucks i: his business to haul coal and iro ring was7 J vegetabie" g rowe7Tn °« from the steamships to barge 6 on the Rhine River. German mports the coal from the Unite States and the iron from Canada While at Hollandale, Spierin visited the Northern Minnesota iro ranges and commented on the 1,281 ton drag lines. In Holland, a 50 TREE MAY BE A FIRE HAZARD Christmas tree planning should include a thorough check for fire hazards, Fire Chief John Tobar warned today. Last year's Christmas death toll was one of the highest on record — fire took 26 lives across the country. Trees should be placed in a cool part of the room, standing in a pail of water or moist earth, away from doors and exits. Worn off or frayed cords should not be used, Tobar emphasized, and a thorough check should be made for loose sockets. Ornaments should be of fireproof material. Electric trains should not be set up under the tree and the switch for the tree lights should be at a safe distance. Packaging and wrappings for presents or for the treei~ orn " 8andwich ; S) sauc ' e) m i lki County Gets Police Arrest 7 Youths for Ballroom Drinking $523,813 Aid for Schools ,on drag is large. In Holland, Spiering said ther is no shortage of labor and n strikes. He pays a man and true $2.50 an hour. The 50-acre over loading yard is never empty, whic indicates the volume of business tie said. From Hollandale, he has gone to Canada to visit friends there and will sail for Holland in January. School Menus BLOOMING PRAIRIE MONDAY — Sandwiches with cold meat, vegetable soup, sauce, milk. TUESDAY — Hamburgers, relishes, apple cobbler, milk. WEDNESDAY - Turkey gravy and County Auditor Graham Uzlik his morning received $523,813 in tate and federal aids to be di's- ributed to schools after the first f the year. School Dist. 492, Austin, will be lloted more than 60 per cent of he total, or $355,537. Dist. 491, Adams, will get $36,03; Dist. 493, Brownsdale, $20,16; Dist. 494, Elk ton, 124,859; Dist. 95, Grand Meadow, $29,174; Dist. 97, Lyle> $13,631; Dist. 498, Rose Creek, $37,435, and Dist. 499, LeRoy, $38,359. The total includes $462,218 state oundation aid; $28,323 state tui- ion aid; $24,350 federal vocational aid, and $8,922 transportation aid. Cut Speed in Cold Weather, Roope Warns With winter tightening its grip, motorists were warned again today by Police Chief George Roope of necessary precautions to cut down the high accident rate. Last weekend, there were 10 collisions in Austin and another 13 collisions last Monday, Roope noted. "Legal speed limits are designed for ideal weather conditions," the chief said. "In winter we have conditions which call for considerably reduced speeds, with poor visibility, frosted glass and ice patches ruling out speed driving." The driver should also be alert for the mistakes of other motorists, Roope said, "We must be defensive drivers, having our own cars in perfect operating condition and being ready to cope with mistakes by other drivers. Careful drivers usually can drive through the winter accident-free but cold weather contains plenty of booby traps for the driver who lets his guard down, Roope warned. Austin Students in St. Teresa Pageant WINONA, Minn. — The Misses Margaret Scheid, Margaret Seih, Kathleen Leighton, Mary Joan Cotter will sing in the Sophomore Choir at the College of St. Teresa's annual Christmas pageant Tuesday. Miss Scheid is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Emil J. Scheid, 113 Eastwood. Miss Sieh is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sieh, 1605 Pinecrest. Miss Leighton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Char- Police late Friday am) early today apprehended seven youths at the Tefp Ballfooffi In a crackdown on juvenile drinking, 'three of the youths, all 18, were sentenced today in Municipal Court By Judge Kenneth K. McMillan and three others, also 18, must appear again in court Monday With a parent. The seventh, a 17-year-old Austin area girl, who reportedly was celebrating her birthday, is sche< duled for .an appearance Monday with a parent on the liquor count. Hone o! the youths reside in Austin. The crackdown resulted after several complaint* from residents, Mayor Baldy Hansen said this morning. Mayor Hansen earlier met with Police Chief George Roope, City Attorney Rodney Dunnette, Assistant City Attorney Kermit Hoversten and J. E (Phil) Oolberg, operator of the ferp. Committee on Industries Is Appointed The new Chamber of Commerce industrial and business development committee will be under the chairmanship of J. A. Zillgitt, with Harold B. Lien and Glenn E. Kelley as director • advisers. Jack McGrew, chamber president, announced the following members: RESCUED — Edward Warrington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harold W. Warring- on, Austin Rt. 3, was pulled out of a rough Atlantic by crew of the USS Galvestort after being in the water 15 minutes when his plane ditched and sank. Warrington, 20, a 1956 Austin High School graduate, enlisted in the Navy Nov. 26, 1956 and is a good swimmer, his father said. M. J. Vandewege, Al Sponberg, William H. Witte, Duane A. Rasmussen, Charles B. Christiansen, William O'Shaughnessy, Robert Bateman, Burt Plehal, Herald J. Williams, Alex Rentz, Clint Jor- Golberg Friday made an announcement at the ballroom that juvenile drinking would not be tolerated and warned that the law would be Strictly enforced. tn court today and scheduled for another appearance Monday were Philip T. Coughlln, Blooming Prairie; Larry D. Moucha, Glenville, and Gary L. Johnson, Blooming Prairie. Moucha is charged with consuming intoxicating liquor a public dance hall during a ance; Coughlln and Johnson with onsuming beer in a public build- g. James L. Ziebell, Glenville, ap- «ared with his father and was entenced to 30 days, suspended, or consuming intoxicating liquor n a dance hall during a dance, udge McMillan suspended the sen- ence on condition that the youth ot return to Austin. "We don't want you mixing with Austin youths," Judge McMillan old the boy and warned the fa- her that he must see to it that the boy stops the drinking. "James will serve his 30 days if he's in any kind of trouble whatsoever in the next year," Judge McMillan warned. Donald M. Smith, Adams, was 'ined $25 or 30 days on the same Austin High School Student Activities MONDAY 3:15 Junior High G.A.A. 7:00 Academy of Science, Room director; Roland Pratt, Austin- Windom, coonerative director: ornaments should not be left to clutter the floor. ^•V^V^V*"«^V~''V/WS^^'-'>i^* 1< ^^^^^ 26 Cubs Complete Baby-Sitting Course Twenty-six members of Den 4, St. Olaf Cub Pack, took the baby sitting course offered by the Aus- Darrel Kahl, Grand Meadow, ed-jtin Fire Department, Mrs. Harold ucation director; Mrs. Harold War-| Kannad y. den mother, reported. Capt. Emmet Phifer and Lt. Paul Sayles taught the class which covered fire safety, accident prevention and emergency action. Those who took the course were rington, Lyle-Nevada, junior leader; William Meyer, Waltham-Red Rock, organization director; Mrs. Maurice Bulson, Austin • Windom. publicity; and Albert Gemmel, Austin-Windom, extra activities. jCharles Akerman, Mike McLaugh- Ray Grasdalen, Leirdal, field ; lin, David Svoboda, Gary Morgan, supervisor, discussed membership!Vance Bothum, Sammy Manders- work and spoke on how the Farm-^eld, Steven Sperry, Tommy Peter- ers Union has helped the farmers, ^on, Mark Nesse, Bryan Adams, Austin-Windom local served re- Craig Thornton, Robert Kraft. THURSDAY - Noodle and pork jot dish, buttered peas, sandwiches, pudding, milk. FRIDAY — Scalloped corn, tuna sandwich, jello, milk. LYLE SCHOOL MONDAY — Chili and crackers, cabbage salad, sandwiches, cheese, plum sauce, milk. TUESDAY — Mashed potatoes, pork and gravy, apple salad, sandwiches, caramel cobbler, milk. WEDNESDAY - Spaghetti and tomatoes, bologna, tossed salad, sandwiches, blackberry sauce, milk. THURSDAY — Mashed potatoes, creamed turkey, cranberries, sandwiches, peach cobbler, milk. FRIDAY — Salmon loaf, potato chips, buttered peas, egg sal ad sandwiches, desert, milk. freshments. Richard Kraft, David Hyland. James Ulrlch, Thomas Stone, John j Foreign Currency The size marked in a man's Lund ' Andre LaTondrese, Mike 'Ljff e J' gf hat means that is the diameter Steam, Gary Knight, John Granof the hat. WISE SAVERS SAVE AT HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan A*$n. ;ard, Paul Worlein, Peter Haas, fames Ferguson, David LaClair and Ned Lewis. Woodland 4-H Club Initiates 7 Members Seven new members were init- ated into the Woodland 4-H Club at their potluck supper Christmas party in Liebeiistein 4-H Hall Wednesday. They were Nancy Jorgenson, Monica Bergstron, Ruth Littlers, Nancy Ulwelling, Darlene Ulwell- Ing, John Taylor and Steve Torgerson. A demonstration on making salads was given by Lonetta Murphy and a gift exchange was held. MOTOR BURNS OUT Firemen were called to the home of A. C. Richardson, Lake Shore Drive, at 5:45 a.m. today when a furnace motor burned out. There was some smoke damage. A thief who lifted money early today at The Hub, 506 E. Oakland, won't be able to flash a part of his ill-gotten gains without someone getting suspicious. Mrs. Adeline V. Hudechek, 824 E. Water, said a birthday card and envelop containing a money gift : or her daughter was taken, The envelope contained one American $50 bill, a Japanese $1 bill, a Mex- Cotter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cotter, Austin Rt. 3. Spring Volley Lodge Gives Coon Dinner SPRING VALLEY, Minn. — Ughty persons from seven Masonic lodges attended the coon din ner of the Spring Valley lodge. Among the guests were William Sturtz, Albert Lea, past grand mas' ter and now board chairman of the Masonic National Services Assn.; David Palmer, St. Paul grand secretary; Clyde Hegeman Minneapolis, deputy grand master; and Willard Hillier, Winona past grand master. Helon Gill, Spring Valley master welcomed the guests and Ben Sanford was master of ceremonl es. NEEDS BATTERY SERVICE MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. (AP) William Jessburger couldn't ge his car started. He called a serv ice station about battery service It turned out the car really need ed it. During the night somebody had stolen the battery. VATICAN OFFICIALS' WIFE DIES NEW YORK (AP) X - Mrs. My ron C. Taylor, 78, wife of the Vati ,can representative for President ican $1 bill, a Canadian $5 bill and Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harr; 6 or 7 Canadian $1 bills. Police are s. Truman, died Friday in he' 147. 7:30 F.A.A., small gym and pool. TUESDAY 2:08 Senior High Assembly, auditorium Program: Christmas Festival. 6:30 Junior Hi-Y, small gym and pool. 7:15 German Club, Teachers Din- ng Room. WEDNESDAY 3:15 Thespians, Room 103. 3:15 Junior High Drama Club, hristgau Hall. 7:00 Spanish Club, Christgau all. THURSDAY 3:15 Senior High G.A.A. FRIDAY 2:40 Junior and Senior High hristmas Sing, auditorium and gym. 3:08 Christmas Vacation begins. 3:30 Wrestling: Austin vs. Winna, here. . 3:30 Swimming: Austin vs. Winna, here. 6:30 "B" squad basketball: Ausin vs. Winona, there. 8:00 "A" squad basketball: Austin vs. Winona, there. SATURDAY, DEC. 27 8:00 Alumni Party, Christgau Hall. dan, Reno Blake, F. Lloyd Young and John Thorsell. Leads — R. F. Lichty, chairman, James Wilson, Jack Bledsoe, Leonard Astrup, Wayne Austin, Edward Usem and Ray Robinson. Sites — E, H. Flitton, chairman Leonard Flannery, Lee Kittelson and G. L. Hartson. Buildings — Arlo Jordan, chair man, Harold Butler, H. A. Heil and Leo Wehner. 6 Crashes at $100 Average Six collisions entailing over $60( damage were reported to police. 12:30 a.m. today, Elm and Water, Kenneth Braaten,509 Drummond, $150; Elvy Collette, 405 Elm, LOOKING for COMFORT SAFETY ECONOMY IN A NEW CAR AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE? CHECK THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION ON CLASSIFIED PAGE FOR OUR COMPLETE PRICE LIST!! investigating. Police are also checking the theft of a $113.65 rifle from Gamble's. Bosseyond Parra to Tangle Tonight HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Hogan (Kid) Bassey, hard • hitting featherweight champion of the world, risks prestige and little elss tonight in his 10-round fight with Ernesto Parra of Mexico at Hollywood Stadium. The title is not at stake. The squat, wide-shouldered little champion from Nigeria will be seeking his fifth straight triumph in the United States, and the ex-. perts agree he'll get it. ] Bassey has whipped Miguel Beri rios, Willie Pep, Carmelo Costa land, in his' lone appearance in this section, blasted Ricardo Moreno into submission in three rounds. home after a long illness. SATURDAY, JAN. 3 7:30 "A" basketball: Austin vs. Hibbing, here. 9:00 JC basketball: Austin vs. Hibbing, here. Concession: Senior FHA MONDAY, JAN. 5 8:30 School resumes. 5 DAY FORECAST Five day forecasts for the period Friday through Wednesday. Minnesota: Temperatures will average 5-10 degrees below normal; normal maximum 18-25; normal minimum 2-10; slowly moderating temperatures; precipitation will average light to moderate occurring as intermittent snows; amounts one tenth to one fourth inch. Iowa: Tempeatures will aver- ale 5-10 degrees below normal; normal maximum 28-36; normal minimum 12-18; slowly moderating temperatures; precipitation will average light to moderate occurring as intermittent snows; amounts one tenth to one fourth inch. Wisconsin: Temperatures will average 8-14 degrees below normal; normal maximum 26-30; normal minimum 8-14; cold during the period with some moderation Sunday or Monday; total precipitation for the period two tenths to five tenths of an inch occurring as snow mostly Monday or Tuesday. $75. 1:45 a.m. today, Water and Jay, Beverly Wheeler, 1615 Pinecrest, $50; Roy Furtney, 1008 N. First, $50. 8:03 p.m. Friday, at 606 East, Melvin Stundahl, 2312 Hope, $75; hit the parked car of Virgil Lux, 1211 Ellis, $70. 3:45 p.m. Friday, at 300 N. St. Paul, Glennis Gabriel, Brownsdale, $20; Gladys Jensen, Austin Rt. 3, none. 11:05 a.m. Thursday, 200 block on McKinley, Viola Stone, 204 Lyman Lane, $5; Mrs. Luverne Armbrust, 1710 E. Winona, $85. 1:25 a.m. Friday, Sterling Shopping Center, Lucy S. Cullen, 1318 Park, $20; Donald E. Mattice, 2303 Winona, parked, none. Youths Face Charges in Tool Box Thefts Two tool boxes valued at $175 stolen in late September and early October have been recovered and two youths will be charged with second degree larceny, police said today. Almon Austin, 814 Padden, reported a tool box stolen from the trunk of his car Sept. 30 and Jack Wilkerson, 807 Hope, said one was taken from his car Oct. 7. Apprehended was James Johnson, 18, St. Paul and a juvenile who, will be referred to Juvenile Court, i count. Another count of having intoxicating liquor in possession was dismissed and he was senten ced to 30 days, suspended, on stil another count of furnishing liquor to a minor. Judge McMillan warned the youth on his admission of furnish ing liquor to the 17-year-old gir and said he would go to Jail if he became involved in any other trouble within a year. Benjamin A. Paulson, Albert Lea, was fined $25 or 30 days for consuming beer. Another charge of drunkeness was dismissed. Paulson, also warned to stay away from drinking, told the court that he had never drank in any quantity before. He told the judge he didn't care of the experience and wouldn't be doing it again. Mayor Hansen and Police Chief Roope warned this morning that enforcement of the law regarding juvenile drinking would be a con< tinuing policy. SILVER DOLLARS — Ralph Peterson, 106 Elm Tree, Friday hauled 500 silver dollars to the Austin State Bank as part payment for a new car trade. Peterson started saving one silver dollar a week Jan. 1, 1950 with this in mind. He is seen handing Melvin Siegfried, vice president, some silver dollars to count with a pile of the precious metal on the table. TEMPERATURES Servicemen Robert E. Aberg, A2-c, after a 45 day leave, has left for Osan Korea. His wife and baby have returned to Hindale, Mont., for the holldayi. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Aberg, 904 Taylor, his ad' dress is AF17455922 2246 AACS, AP 970, San Francisco. Pvt. William E. Salge, 17, son of Mrs. Truly Lady, Phoenix, Ariz., recently completed eighl weeks of basic combat training at Fort Carson, Colo. Salge attended Phoenix Union High School. His father, Les A Salge, lives at 401 Garfield. Service address of Ardell 0 Blume, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Blume, Austin Rt. 2, 1* Pvt Ardell O. Blume, RA 1854830, Is Rec. Trng. Bn., MCRD San Diego 40, Calif. Deer Creek Group to Hear Chaplain CARPENTER, Iowa — The son of a former pastor of Deer Creel Lutheran Church will speak at th Alexandria Bemidji Intl Falls Redwood Falls Rochester St. Cloud Duluth La Cross* Madison Mason City Minot Fargo Rapid City Calgary Edmonton Regina Winnipeg Albany, clear Anchorage, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, snow Bismarck, cloudy Boston, cloudy Buffalo, snow Chicago, clear Cleveland, clear Denver, cloudy Des Moines, clear Detroit, clear Tort Worth, rain ielena, clear Indianapolis, snow iCansas City, clear L>os Angeles, cloudy Louisville, clear Memphis, snow Miami, clear Milwaukee, clear -3 -3 4 2 3 High Low Pr. 2 -15 -24 •22 -15 T -21 •14 3 -14 5 -17 12 -9 •18 •10 .01 •14 3 .06 9 1 •5 •16 .01 .13 .08 Krachmer Released Under $500 Bond Francis 4 3 -9 14 25 10 1 -9 18 8 30 24 65 35 44 34 T 8 -7 22 16 23 14 .02 22 4 .04 20 3 32 17 .10 10 -10 21 8 42 24 T 39 8 .23 18 -1 17 7 79 68 30 10 34 21 65 52 14 -3 .11 .0 .13 Men's Brotherhood guest night a 8:15 p.m Thursday. He is the Rev. John Langehough son of the Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Langehough, who served the parish Krachmer, 1200 N. (for many years. The Rev. Mr. Mpls.-St. Paul, clear 6 -10 New Orleans, rain 61 50 T New York, clear 29 M M Oklahoma City, snow 33 12 Omaha, clear 12 -5 Philadelphia, cloudy 31 21 Pheonix, clear 71 45 Pittsburgh, cloudy 20 M Portland, Me., cloudy 24 11 Portland, Ore., clear 51 29 Rapid City, cloudy 14 3 Richmond, clear 34 10 St. Louis, cloudy 19 6 Salt Lake City, dear 51 26 San. Diego, cloudy 76 56 San Francisco, clear 76 56 Seattle, cloudy 49 37 Tampa, clear 56 41 Washington, cloudy 33 23 .0 First, was released today on $500 bond and must appear for the January term of court on a charge of second • degree assault. Krachmer pleaded innocent. He allegedly injured Austin police while re- sjsting arrest after jumping in the rear seat of a woman's car. Waives Preliminary Hearing on Forgery Jerry DeVriendt, 19, Dodge Center, waiver preliminary hearing in Municipal Court today on a charge of forgery and was bound over to District Court under $1,000 bond. DeVriendt was apprehended Friday by the sheriff's office for allegedly forging a $15 check at the Brownsdale Cafe in May, using his father's name. Woodwind Quintet Plays ot St. Ansgor LyleHS Chorus to Wear New Robes LYLE, Minn. — The 65-volce Langehough who was an Air Force I L ? le H1 B h School chorus will join in a Christ- Pre-Schooler Must Try Out * « Pencils, Clay From the time that he Is two, ie pre-school child needs much ime and opportunity to explore and am about the everyday world around him. For instance, before starts school, the pre-schooler needs opportunities to cut and paste, to color and to draw. He needs to try out pencisl, crayons, inger paints, clay, pie dough, glue and scissors. Children, for example, love to explore all of the things water will do. They like o pour it into a big jar and into a cup. They like to pat it, to put their heads into it, to sit in t and to see what happens when they put cloth and toys into it. Ordinarily the pre-school child should have a chance to do these things. Such play is not naughty. He's interested in the first-hand experience of the delightful wet feeling of water — of the splashing t will do when he pours it—of the way it wiggles when he pats a Danful. Children need to learn that white paste is smeary and crinkles up and dries. They enjoy rolling plastic clay into snakes and balls. Soon they learn to make dogs and houses and pieces of fruit and vegetables. From the first scribble with a crayon, they move on to lines and cross-hatch patterns and then try all sorts of shapes and forms. They also learn about the different colors — red, green, and blue—and what happens when the crayon is pressed down hard or held tightly. And finger paints and poster paints delight the preschooler. Children learn to put many different colors together and develop improved eye-hand coordination as well. Expreiences with scissors help chileren to learn to manage them — a skill they need before they start school. Scissors also help them learn bow — many different shapes can be cut out and •what fun a, blank sheet of paper can be. Why it can become anything they want it to — good ex- chaplain, will show slides taken on' with the Baffin Island. He now serves a ' mas concert m ' ne school auditor- PHYSIOLOGIST DIES church at Dows, Iowa. Bloomington Man Dies; Toll Now 659 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Lingle Hodges, 35, Bloomington salesman versity of Minnesota. ium at 8 p.m. Wednesday. This will be the first appearance of the chorus In the new robes purchased by the Music Mothers Club. The band and chorus are directed The Austin Post Office will bt by George F. Heller. I open until 5 p.m. today and Irom The concert takes the place on 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. next Saturday Post Office Open Until 5 p.m. Today the December PTA meeting. The was killed Friday night when his! pu bii c is invited, station wagon skidded and struck several trees near Portland Avenue and 52nd Street. Hodges was a salesman for the International Shoe Co. The death raised Minnesota traffic fatalities for the year to 659 compared with 646 up to this time a year ago. Santo Scheduled in St. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR, Iowa — Santa IF YOU CAN'T ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP)The post office got this letter to Santa: "Will you give me a new bike, and if you can't find a new I bike I will take an old one. If your elves are too busy this year, will you please make me the first one on your list next year?" $17,000 A YEAR MIAMI, Fla Ml -Bob Wood- for Christmas mailing, Postmaster Elmer Requa reminded patrons today. , Through Dec. 20 the Post Office will also open at 8 a.m. instead of at 8:30 a.m. Claus will visit St. Ansgar young- ruff| head foolb>u coach and flth . ST. ANSGAR, Iowa - The Wood- stm next Saturday afternoon - |letic director at the University wind Quintet of Iowa State Teach- A movie wil1 °e shown in the j of Florida, Friday was made a de- ers College, made up of members! scno ° 1 auditorium and Santa will j partment head on a year to year of the music department faculty, drop in after the show> l basis at tne same $17.000 salary, gave a concert at the St. Ansgar MOSCOW (AP) — Leon Orbeli.iHigh School Friday morning. 77, Soviet physiologist, died Thurs j The quintet conducted a clinic day, the Soviet press reported. Hf for school band members after LIONEL TRAIN SALE All New SETS 50% OFF DEAN WHITE 200 HE 3-3649 was a 50-year veteran of military medicine and a close associate of Ivan Pavlov. their program. Leon Titus, band director, was in charge of arrange- 'ments. i WAGE BOOSTER — Leon Keyserling, former chairman of President Truman's Coun- BEING FRIENDLY PRINCETON, Mo. (AP)-Mrs ( Adeline Baldwin, 65, went next cil of Economic Advisers, has door to help her neighbor Mrs come out in favor of lifting Glen Shipley, 75, who was injured the federal minimum wage in a fall. In the Shipley home, level to at least $1.25 an Mrs. Baldwin tripped un a rug hour. It is presently at $1. and fell. Both women were treated At least a fourth of the na- at separate hospitals for the same tion is living in absolute pov- i injury—a broken wrist. ; erty, Keyserling says. Jordan The Mortuan Shop & Save at the R. & E. FOOD MARKET NOW OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. till 9 P. 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