King's Wood Given License Attrtto eouncUmen Monday nil** fttated M MhMte liquor ItetBM lo Ktaf't Wood Howl, and •oufht iddauoBttl worn for tht crowded olty'i sngtoser'* otfloa, Aation oa tht liquor llcras*, which becomes ttfoothre DM. SO, came on recommendation of Un city'i ordlnwc* committee. City Ungtoter Rof« Nelson told ttntticilmen his office has become Mtiped for space for drafting tables, the office, he said, has much punning to be done, with such projects as street naming, Amendment No. 2 in providing state funds for streets, city planning, and the airport. Do Yoir Chritlmas Shopping at STERLING ALL VOUIt NIIDS IN ONI OONVINIINT LOCATION... $ 00 Register For A FBEE! 100 UNITED STATES If. SAVINGS BOND To Be Given Away EVERY DAY Mayor Hansen said that in- set* ting up an offics for city plan* nlng, a suggestion had been made that the City Council chambers be sed, and the Council meet else* where, such as, perhaps, the ourthouse basement. The big andicap, he said, is that the ity's records would be a con- Iderable distance from the Conn- l's meeting place. The Council authorised the may* r to name a committee to work 1th the city engineer in finding dditional space for the engineer* g department. A wage adjustment ranging from cents to 22 cents per hour for ve city employes In three departments engineer's office, city recorder's office and sewage dis* posal plant, was granted, effeo- ve Jan. i Pastor Gives Rotary Talk The Rev. Edwin J. Arnold, Con* [relational Church, told Rotarians itonday noon of his experiences in Iowa during tht 1930s as the son of a Methodist minister. The Rev. Mr. Arnold recalled the difficulties of eight people in i Methodist parsonage living on 1600 a year in 1935. The minister same to Austin from Charles City, owa, where he had been Congregational pastor since 1954. He received his education and aome experience in the ministry in the East. In explaining his personal phll osophy, the minister said he en* oys subtle humor and fellowship with others of different beliefs and backgrounds, such as found in Rotary. He believes that man is essentially good, that democracy is the greatest environment for man to develop his capabilities, and that lardships broaden ones self-control. More Appeals on Belt Line The state attorney general's office Monday afternoon filed one more appeal on Belt Line property and 12 property owners Monday afternoon and today filed appeals with Clerk of Court William Plzak The state appeal claims that property of Oscar Studer and others appraised at $2,631 by a court- appointed appraisal commission is worth only $375. Appeal Appraisal City of Auatln $350.000 « 4B.3OT George D and M*b«l Kenevan 14,000 1S.9M Raymond Q. and Gladys HoUMCbau. 40.000 M.J04 Konncth and Helen Plnley 19,000 10.118 Arthur and Feryl Sheely M.OOO through Tnes., Dec. 23 at tht STERLING SHOPPING CENTEH Naau Will Be Drawn From Those Registered Etch Day REGISTER EVERY DAYI Only Those 16 and Over Eligible No Purchase Necessary REGISTER AT ANY STERLING STORE * Always Plenty of FREE PARKING At ike STERLING SHOPPING CENTER "VOW C0mp ^ ete family shopping center" »** Donald D. Spcok Olty of Austin .. Country Club .. Austin UUUtiM Paum Oummlngi Martin and Emma Buatad 13,500 15,000 25,000 2,000 10,000 10,324 8,163 4,980 S,8«0 BOS 4.5*5 15,000 7,532 ALWAYS INJOYID LIFI 14-Lb. Girl, Age 16, Loses in Battle Against LOU13V1LLE, Ky. (AP; - Everybody was the friend of the tiny girl who clung devotedly to life against overwhelming odds. Wanda Sue Hardy of Vine Grave wis 18, but she never weighed more than M pounds. She was only 40 Inches tall and weighed only 14 pounds when she died. Wand* Sue was stricken with whooping cough when she was 10 months old. She went blind In one eye, and by the time she was 3 she could scarcely see. She stopped gaining weight. But she never lost her delight In life-in her family and in the big doll house her father built for her in the back yard. "It's a rarely seen situation," a WINS, SPENDS $1,000 — Philip Bertetta, 10, Burllngame, Calif., (canter) won $1,000, but the condition was that he spend it all In one day. He did. and his brother Jerry, 7, and sister Gail, 13, are helping him check over his purchases. First he paid $62.50 tax to Uncle Sam and gave $50 to his priest "for the poor children." (AP Photofax). physician who attempted to restore her sight through surgery *»ld. "She could have a congenital defect in the growth process, or a blood vessel may have burst in her brain when She had whooping cough." Newspapers reported her story in 1953, and toys poured in to the dark-haired child. But the struggle put a severe strain on her parents—emotionally and financially. Wanda Sue was In hospitals several times. Her mother suffered a nervous breakdown. Her, father James Hardy sold the family home to finance care and was ready to sell a second when his coworken at ft. Knot made op a fund to provide for expenses. Trio I Resumes in N, D. Securities Cose BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Trial resumed in District Court here today for Samuel" C, Parker Pandolfo Jr., a Bismarck securities figure accused of misrepresenting himself to the state in applying for a stock dealer's license. Expected to remain on the stand this forenoon was State Securities Commissioner George H. Russ Jr., the first witness called as trial opened Monday before a jury of nine men and three women. HOOVER I Si .wli ^V U,S. Diplomat Confers Despite Jeers, Rioting B. J. Wright Heads Spam land District B. J Wright, Grand Meadow, was elected district chairman of Spamland District to succeed the retiring chairman, Duane Rasmussen, Austin. Wright has been interested in scouting for years. His election and the re-election of Wilbur Thompson, 200 Bauwood Drive, as district commissioner, was approved by a unanimous ballot following the report of Warren MacLaren, chairman of the district nominating committee. Also on the program for the evening was a review of the last year's activities showing a 15 per cent increase in scout membership and a 26 per cent Increase in total unit strength. Two camporeea, the 1968 Show of Shows, First Annual Cubmobile Derby, training courses for all leaders, unit leader squaretable meetings each month, summer camp at camp Cedar Point, finance drives and the organization of new units were discussed. Bud Llef's report on the plans for the 1959 Scout Show was also discussed by the groups. Toys for Retarded to Be Picked Up Pure Oil stations in Austin and other cities of Minnesota have been designated as receiving depots for toys for mentally retarded youngsters in state homes. Used toys should be In good condition, sponsors of the collection point out. Also they should be turned in not later than Sunday, so that distribution can be made for Christmas. State hospitals have no provisions for supplying toys, unless they are donated. Deon Sanderson in College Who's Who Dean Sanderson, LeRoy, is one of 19 students at Winona State College named to "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." Sanderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sanderson, is a senior majoring in physical education and elementary education. He has been on the honor roll, won a letter in wrestling, has Jt>een a counselor at the dormitory. WILLIAM M. ROUNTREE BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — William M. Rountree, U.S. assistant secretary of state, is to hold talks today with Iraqi officials despite a violent reception from street mobs who threw mudballs, eggs and a rock at him. Rountree was greeted Monday by "go home" howls from thousands. The limousine he was riding in was splattered with mud and a window cracked by the rock. He was unharmed. Many of the youths in the mobs apparently had been led to believe that Rountree came to try to resurrect the pro-Western roy al government which was over thrown July 14 by a military coup. Rountree's schedule includes a talk with the leader of the coup, Premier Abdel Karim Kassem. He is scheduled to leave Thursday, after staying longer than originally planned. He has toured Middle Eastern nations for the past week. A violent anti-American campaign, partly fomented by the powerful Iraqi Communist party, has been under way in Iraq for weeks. When Rountree flew in from Cairo after talking with President Nasser, troops whisked him off the airfield by a rear gate to avoid several thousand persons massed at the main entrance. The diplomat got to the Sovereignty Council to sign the visitors' book before the mob caught up. Water Limit in Panama Is Approved PANAMA (AP)-Panama's National Assembly gave its final approval Monday night to a bill extending the country's territorial waters 12 miles out from its shores. The territorial limit has been three miles. The bill now goes to President Ernesto de la Guardia for his sig nature. The extension completely surrounds the two seaward ends oi the 10-mile-wide Panama Cana] Zone. The United States by its treaty with Panama has jurisdiction over canal zone waters only out to the old three-mile limit. The United States in the past has refused to recognize territorial claims beyond the three-mile limit. Peorce Attends Telephone Meeting RICEVILLE, Iowa - Cliff Pearce, Riceville telephone company manager, attended a meeting of the United States Independent Telephone Assn. executive committee in New Orleans last week. He is second vice president of tin auociatice. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Tuesday, Dtc. 16, 1958 12 New Cardinals Prepare for 'Rank' Rites VATICAN CITY (AP) - The new cardinals of tht Roman Catholic Church spent a quiet day today, preparing for the ceremonies Wednesday and Thursday at which they will receive the symbols of their new rank. The 21 new princes of the church in Rome elevated by Pope John XXIII Monday. At a semi-public consistory In the Vatican Wednesday Pope John will present them with their scarlet lucchettas and birettas, the headgear they most commonly wear, and their cardinal's capes. The final rites Thursday will consist of a public consistory in St. Peter's Basilica O How many "vitamin pills" per bottle? Some vitamin prepttatlm* «HoM seem Eke bargains. Lou of capsules per dollar. Bat that's not the way medications •bouM be measured. The true measure it potency-bow •wch acthw, beneficial ingredient per dollar. When yo* meant* this way, yon win find that the real "bargain,•»to your registered pharmacy. Before yon buy vitamin preparations from a nonprofeuional source, check with your physician. It pays, AUSTIN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION A llffVlkJ •&•• i«h .».._._ .__ AUSTIN DRUG IAST SIOI »HCY. GRIFFIN PHCY. HOLTZ PHARMACY LANE'S REXALL DRUGS PEOPLE'S DRUG STERLING WALGREEN WOLD DRUG STORE VTCTf^^^^^^^W^Bf^w^^Wf^^^S^^V^P^^WH^^Ww^B^B^r^S^W^P^SJ^ Hoover Constellation was $89.95 now just $49.95 °" «*• Save '4QOO * Exclusive double-stretch hose fr Full horsepower motor * Telescoping wand * Nozzle rolls on wheels it King size throw-away bag that you change in 6 seconds Give her a Hoover-and you give her the best!; A Very Special Modtl for a Very Special Gift! A limited number of these beautiful ' cleaner* were made to celebrate Hoover's Golden '/'^ -^ .^ Anniversary and we were able to receive a limited number/7t|l»'*i 0 ?! 1 O-65 * It boats, as It swttps, as It cleans * And has 50% mart suction on tht tools with Its n«w 2-speed motor * Extra large, easy to change, throw-away bag There's no finer cleaner In all tht world. Truly, this would make a very special giftl DECKER HARDWARE We Give S&H Green Stamps Ph. HE 3-6424 Austin Adams Furniture Store "Where Your Trade-In Means More Just Imagine the foy that furniture gifts will bring, throughout the year to those favored names, of relatives and friends who love their homes. Your ehoic* her* i* wide, for every taste. Gifts that look much more than their modest pricings come from Adams Furniture Store. For Your Shopping Convenience We Will Be Open Evenings-Dec. 17,18,19,20,22,23rd FREE DELIVERY PIUS IASY TERMS WITH THESE NAME BRANDS Upholstered Furniture KARPEN INTERNATIONAL UNION FLEXSTEEL LAZ-A-BOY BERKUNE MADEWELL Bedroom & Dining Room Suites f • KROEHLER • McCOY COUCH • JOERNS • PHEONIX • CRADDOCK Lamps & Accessories • SANDEL e NOVA • COLUMBIA e A. & P. IRMISCHER RADIOS HI-FI LOWER OVERHEAD MEANS LOWER PRICES! Adams Furniture Store Open Every Wednesday & Sat. Evening-Adams, Minn.
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