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MARKET Ow. it, 195* The following pricei »«• paid it Austin. B«rr.i*t IM Oiii* MSMJB* Ho ' 1 Nl » •* 160-W ......... 14.78 ,,**,,».. 1J.75 ~> ......... 18.78 ..... t... !».«.... 17 .75.... 17.35 ...,,., ..18.15..., 17 .7S.... 17.35 170-180 180-1W 100*3 200-3 ........ 230-340 ...... ,,. 17.85.... 17.1S....18.7S 2W-250 ..... ....M.2J..,, 16.83.... 16.45 230-290 ........ .18.95... .18.85....18. U 2JO-JJO ..... »..,}e.«B....lflJfl.,.. 14.85 270-280 ........ .18.35... .15.65. ...15.85 2M-2W .«,,.,»,.1S.OS.... IS.8S.... 1S.45 290-300 .. . .18.78.... 18.38..,. 14.95 ..... ...,. . AU butebin *eiimoi «*•» aoo IBS «u*iii«»tt PACRtNO Ottdttt Ho. f » No. I Ku- 270-300 15.85....1S.S5.... 14,85 3<X>-3» W.W....14.00....14.80 H30.MO ,...15.15....14.78...,14.35 ••MKMOO .........14.60....14.50....14.10 400-480 .........14.40....14.00....13.M 450-500 13.90.... 13.80.... 13.10 500-550 ....(,.,.13.40....13.00....14.60 550-UP ..12,90.... 12.80.... 12.10 •VAGI mag* und«r 400 , 6.50 Stags 400-800 8.75 Stags over 000 7.75 uvagD uvcr wu •**ttt*«tt*(tt*»»i 7, (0 Ond»flflj»he(J cull or filled hot* . .tint M diweuntfld aeeordtngiy. All hog* «j« tubjeet to tovetnmcbt inspection. . 195S SPfttNO tAMB MAKRET rmolce to Prtta* ...,,,,... .19.80 choice 19.00 Oood .,..,.,..17.50-18,50 Medium lfl.8o-17.00 common ,, UJMJdown AU buftk tiftbB discounted II p«r hundred might by gr«d«. tunb* 100 to los pound* discounted lOo per cwt PM pound over 100 pound*. I*mb« 1M pounds A; over dUcounted 90 cent* prr ewt. over H03 pound*. YtAL MARKRf v»u eklYM of eJl weight* and el»Mft purchtied. Choice 180-JM J9.W-il.00 Good 180-J30 M.M»3t.«> ...,»... aa.oo-aj.oo Standard .,.,..,.. Utility 180-130 Ibs choice heavy 140-3 ..,. flood heavy S40-JCO Ib* ..5s.00-M.00 Cull* all wilght t.OQ.18.00 Ail eaim ot*r 100 ibs. discounted Veal ealtes win b« aeetpted at Austin until 4:30 a.m. Friday. lie market on Saturday^ CATTLI MAMft u a. Prim* tMen * Wiling*: .nM-toM v a dhole* steers * yearlings ! v s Good st««n * yearlings 23,80.26.00 u B Standard *t«er* * yearlings 21.25-23.75 All heifers 25 oenta to 50 cent* CWT under steer price*. AU iteer* over 1.050 Ibs. and heifers over 950 lb*. are discounted according to weight. u. s. Commercial Com ..17.00-19.50 u. S, Utility Oow* 16.00-17.50 Cutter 15.50-17.25 Canner* 14.00-10.00 Tat Bulls 17.50-31.50 Sausage Bull* 18.50-23.50 U. Wt. Thin Bull* ........14.00-18,00 AUSTIN CHAIN MAKKBT soybean* 13.01 Oats .64 New Missiles Brought Into South Korea SEOUL (AP)-Matfldor guided missile* havi bwn brought into South Korea, the United Nations Command said today. The announcement, in answer to a press query, noted the Matador can be armed with an atomic: warhead. The announcement did not say whether nuclear warheads had been brought in with the Matador. A U.N. spokesman had no comment on the,whereabouts, or number of Matadors and when the missiles were brought in. The U.N. Command told the Communists at a meeting Of the Military Armistice Commission June 21, 1957, "that the United Nations Command is taking appropriate steps to replace the outmoded weapons presently in the hands of its forces in the area with new items, as the Communists have already done in the area north of the demilitarized zone." The armistice forbade the introduction of new weapons by either side. 'But the U.N.C. repeatedly charged the Communists with moving in jet bombers and fighters and other modern combat equipment. At the time of the ar mistice there were no planes in North Korea. The introduction of the Matador conforms to the policy laid down at last year's meeting, the U.N statement said. Matadors also are now opera tional on Formosa. Early this year the U.N.C. acknowledged that the Allied forces in Korea have been armed with atomic capable weapons such as 280 millimeter atomic cannon and the Honest John atomic rocket DEDICATE MEDICAL CENTER — This is a view of the medical research center of Brookhaven National Laboratory which will be dedicated today in Upton, N. Y. The 118,000-square-foot center with 48-bed hospital includes an atomic West Leaders reactor designed for medical research and therapy. At right are four 12-bed nursing units with the hospital service area at center. The main laboratory building is at left with the reactor building in the background. (AP Photofax) launcher. corn .96 SOUTH ST. PAUL MARKET SOUTH ^ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - (USDA) — Cattle 5,500; calves 2,500; -trade fajrly active on .slaughter steers and heifers; generally steady with Monday; other slaughter cattle unchanged; load mostly prime 1129 Ib slaughter steers 28.00; high choice 1054 and 1142 Ib weights 27.50; bulk'good and choice steers 26.00-27.00; load good 'and choice 1300 Ib weights 25.25; package high choice 886 Ib heifers 27.00; load average to high choice 965 Ib weights 26.75; bulk good and choice heifers 25.5026.50; utility and commercial cows 17.00-19.00; commercial and good bulls 21.50-23.00; cutter and utility 21.50 - 23.50; vealers steady to strong with strength apparent on utility grade; good antj choice 27.00-31.00; high choice and prime 32.00-36.00; good and choice slaughter calves steady at 24.00-28.00; stocker and feeder classes quotable steady; small lots medium and good stock steer calves 27.0030.00. Hogs 18,000; moderately active; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows In small supply; about steady; 1, 2 and 3 190-240 Ib barrows and gilts 17.25-18.00; scat • tered lots 18.25; 1 and 2 hogs, 18.50-19.00; 2 and 3 240-300 Ibs. 16.00-17.50; 1, 2 and 3 160-190 Ibs 17.25-18.36; 1, 2 and 3 sows 270-400 Ibs 14.00-15.50; one load 15.75; 2 and 3 400-550 Ib sows 13.00-14.25; odd head 3 sows 12.00-12.50; feeder pigs steady; good and choice 17.00-17.50; some 162 Ib averages 111.00. Sheep 4,500; trade moderately active; slaughter lambs steady to 50 lower; ewes and feeder lambs unchanged; most good and choice wooled slaughter lambs 19.00-19.50 package prime 103 Ib weights 20.00 good and choice heavy wooled lambs 105 to 115 Ibs 16.00-18.00; two loads good and choice 97 and 98 Ib No. 1 and fall shorn lambs 18.00; cull to choice slaughter ewes 5.00-7.50; good and choice feeder lambs 20.00-20.50. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Hugs 11,000; butchers mostly steady to 25 lower; sharply increased percentage 200-230 Ib. butchers in receipts; 2-3 mixed grade 200-225 Ib butchers 18.5019.00; late trade largely 18.5018.75; few 3s 215-225 Ibs 18.0018.25; several hundred head largely 1-2 190-225 Ibs 19.00-19.60, including around 200 190-215 Ibs 19.50 and 100 head 1-2 210 Ibs 19.60; 2-3 mixed grade 230-250 Ibs 17.5018.25; scattered tots 2-3 230 Ibs 18.50; 2^3 260-280 Ibs 17.00-17.50; CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) - Butcher hog prices were steady to 23 cents lower today with most of the price decline on weights under 230 Ibs. Sows were steady to 25 lower Slaughter steers steady to 50 lower; vealers were $32 down and mostly steady. Sheep prices were steady to 50 cents lower with good and choice wooled lambs going at 1820. Ewes were hinging $6-7.50. CHICAGO POULTRY CHICAGO (AP) — Live poultry no tone; Monday's receipts were 113,000 Ibs; no prices reported due to insufficient information. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange — butter steady to firm; receipts 408,000; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 61 V<; 92 A 61%; 90 B 60^; 89 C 60; cars 90 B 61; 89 C 60H. Eggs steady to firm; receipts 18,100; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 higher; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 37Mi mixed 37; mediums 32; standards 33; dirties 31%; checks 30%; cur rent receipts unquoted. NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA) —Dressed poultry; Turkeys — too few prices to establish a market squabs firm; ducks steady; squabs ice packed 11 Ibs and up per dozen 90-1.00, mostly 95-1.00; 9-10 Ibs per dozen 85-90; ducks, long island crates fresh ice packed 27-29 frozen ready-to-cook 39%-42. CHICAGO POTATOES CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Potatoes: arrivals 67; on track 222; total U.S shipments 424 supply moderate; demand good market firm; carlot track sales Idaho russets 3.30-3.45; Idaho bak ers 4.00; Idaho utilities 2.40; Min nesota North Dakota Red Rive Valley pontiacs 2.25-255 NEW YORK POULTRY NEW YORK (AP) — (USDA) — Dressed poultry: there were too few wholesale sales to report prices for turkeys; squabs and ducks steady; prices unchanged. STOCKS NEW YORK (AP) — 1 P.M. Stocks: (Continued from Page 1) ic and military planners were reviewing how to deal with the Russians and East Germans should Khrushchev carry out his Nov. 27 threat. He said if the Berlin free city plan was not accepted, the Soviet Union would give East Germany control over Allied access o West Berlin, which lies 110 miles inside the Communist state. Use Force In a communique Sunday, the Big Three ruled out suggestions hat they might deal with East lerman border inspectors or air raffle controllers as agents of the Soviet Union in order to get supplies through the Red area. This eft the West with the single alternative of using force if East German inspectors and controllers demand to be treated as representatives of a soverign nation. There was a renewal of talk leard a month ago that the Western powers might try to drive truck convoys straight on to Berlin under an escort of tanks and armored cars and might send fighter planes with transports. This was not regarded as a pressing question, however. Unless the Russians speed up their nounced plans, it will be the end of May before the issue arises. The approximately 10,000 Western soldiers in West Berlin are said to have supplies for 6 to 12 months after that. In one move to restore something resembling intra-NATO, unity, U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles met with French Premier Charles de Gaulle. Despite some talk that the meeting was extremely cordial, it seemed to have consisted mainly of a restatement of disagreements. Complains on Breaks French sources said De Gaulle complained about two breaks between France and the United States in the U.N. Assembly: the vote on the former French colony of Guinea and the vote on Algeria. The United States supported States abstained —but didn't vote no — on an Assembly resolution recognizing Algerian right to independence. France boycotted the Algerian debate, contending it was an internal french affair. There was no indication of Dulles' response. French sources also said De Gaulle called for U.S. support in extending NATO protection to most French colonial territory In Africa. Washington has long opposed extension beyond the present commitment to defend northern Algeria. IOWA NEWS Busline Might Lose Right to Service Iowa DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - owa Commerce Commission chairman Ray Thompson declared Monday that the strikebound American Buslines win automatically lose its right to operate in owa if service to all towns on ne firnVs routes is not restored by next Monday. The bus firm has offered to restore service by next Sunday jetween Des Moines and Burling;on, with supervisory personnel landling the driving. Supervisee r y employes have been operating a daily round trip service between Des Moines and Shenandoah since October. ' To comply with the commis • sion's final order, Thompson said American must restore service — at least one round trip daily — to another 116 cities in southern Iowa which it served before the July 1 strike. Sargeant Youths Will Go Caroling SARGEANT, Minn. — Sargean EUB Church Youth Fellowahi members will go caroling Sunday They will have a program "Th Meaning of Christ in Christmas' I before caroling and a social hour after the singing. Hold Joint Meetinq EUB Ch «rch took charge of the ^* AMJkfet**** +n+u*tftm. AJM& J.*. u I-M: ^m.* A^fV' (Continued from Page ?i Catholic Units [AUSTIN (Minn.) HtlAlO Tuesday, Dee. 16, 1958 Bible Service U0lfl hv flaec Appraeiotiofi Day nera oy uass SARGEANT, Minn. - The jun- jior Sunday School class of the Austin Area Servicemen Navy Ens. John E. Soil, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Soli, Austin, Rt. 4, will return to San Diego, aboard the destroyer USS Cogswell after a six-month tour of duty with the U. S. Seventh Fleet in the Far East. RESCUES CHILDREN EMMETSBURQ Iff) — Clifford Barber, 16, of near Emmetsburg, rescued two yonger Barber children Sunday when fire of undetermined origin broke out in the family farm home. The parents were visiting in Omaha at the time. The house was destroyed. NEVER A MURDER CASE DUBUQUE tiB — Leo Martin, who is going to quit being Du- auque County sheriff Jan. 1 after 14 years, has an unusual record He's never had a murder case to handle. DIES IN TRACTOR MISHAP HINTON Ufh- Charles Ross, 14 of near Hinton, was killed when a tractor being driven by an older brother, Gary, 16, overturned. The accident occurred on the family farm. Gary apparently made too sharp a turn, overturning the Riceville Student Going to Rose Bowl RICEVILLE, Iowa — Sharon Conger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Conger, is one of the University of Iowa Highlanders who will go to the Rose Bowl. She is a member of the snare drum corps and while in high school was a member of the marching band. STATE PARK (Continued trom Page 1) A letter accompanied the resolution, stating that while much work was yet to be done, to convey a portion of the park as a site for MM. Melvin Schnorenberg and drs. Harold Felten entertained St. Catherine and St. Rose Units of it. Peter's parish, Rose Creek, at he school hall, Monday evening. The meeting opened with the losary, led by Mrs. John L. Felton. Five hundred was played and >rizes awarded Mrs. Gerald deany, Mrs. George Schmit, Mrs. Robert Bottema, Mrs. Leonard Lonergan. Mrs. Melvin Schwartz and Mrs. Leonard Vogt won door prizes. Moose Committees Hold Yule Party Mrs. Edward Reichow and Mrs. Clara Burton entertained the Women of Moose social service and Moosehaven committees at a Christmas party Monday at the Reichow home, 1407 B. Water. Five hundred was played with prizes awarded Mrs. Lillian Beck, Mrs. Theresa Wiseman, Mrs. Oscar Baldner and Mrs. L. W. Lacy Mrs. Raymond Granle and Mrs Lacy were guests. Gifts were exchanged and lunch served. The nixt session, Jan. 19 will be with Mrs. Paul Shebanek 515 E. Allegheney. Community Club 'arty at Adorns The Adams Community Club leld a Christmas party Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lee Hamil- vening service Sunday, in tecog- During the cruise the Cogswell I ' ractor °? his br °* er who was rid ' Guinea's successful application for U.N. membership while the French abstained. The United TEMPERATURES 69% 94 Abbott L Allied Ch Allied Strs AllisChal 28'i Amerada Am Can Am Mtrs AT&T AnacCo Armco Stl Armour 22% Beth Steel Boeing Air Case JI 102 50 41 202 60M> mixed grade 330-400 Ib sows 14.75- Celanese 16.00; most 400-550 Ibs 13.50-15.00. Cattle 6,500; calves 100; slaughter steers steady to 50 lower; few loads prime 950-1,300 Ib slaughter steers 28.50-28.75; choice and prime steers 1,200 Ibs down 26.2528.25; some high choice under 1.100 Ibs up to 28.00; few loads choice over 1,400 Ibs steers sold down to 24.75; good steers 24.00- 2U.50; according to weight; package prime 1,025 Ib heifers 28.25; 2 loads choice and prime 1,000 Ib weights 28.15; most good and choice heifers 25.50-27.75; utility and commercial cows largely 16.75-19.50; canoerj and cutters mainly 14.00-17.25; utility and commercial bulls 22.W-25.00; veal- ers 32.00 down; short load medium and good around 500 Ib stock iteers 27.00; few comparable grade 625 Ib weights 26.00. Sheep 5,500; trade very slow; good and choice wooled 98-106 Ibs lit.00-20.00; few prime native lambs 100 Ibs 20.75; cull to choice daughter ewes 6.00-7.50. Ches&O Chrysler lilies Svc Comw Ed Cons Ed Cont Can ContOU Deere Douglas DowChem 74V« 20% 30% 66% 51 62V4 S3 58% 55% 58 50% 581: Intl Paper Jones & L Ken'cott Lor'lrd Lukens Stl Minn MM Minn P&L Mon Chm Mon Dk U Mon Wrd Nat Dy Pr No Am Av Nor Pac Nor St Pw Norw Aid Penney 57Va Alexandria Bemidji Intl Falls Redwood Falls Rochester St. Cloud Duluth La Crosse Madison Mason City Minot Fargo Rapid City Calgary Edmonton High Low Pr. 9734 | Regina 77'/s 68Vii 108 38% 41Vs 46Vi 43 21% 25% 110 Radio Crp 45 3 i Winnipeg Albany, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Anchorage, cloudy Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Boston, cloudy Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, cloudy Cleveland, snow Denver, cloudy Des Moines, cloudy Detroit, clear Fort Worth, clear Helena, cloudy 9 5 5 -12 2 17 13 14 O 15 12 17 21 12 39 49 33 18 6 .02 .02 .01 .11 .20 .16 W r .02 .J du Pont EastKod Firestone Ford Mtr Gen Elec 201Vi( 135 132 47Vi 72V. Shell Oil Sine Oil Soc Mob St Brands St Oil Cal St Oil Ind St Oil NJ Stud Pack Suiiray Gen Foods 76 7 4 Swift & Co 34% Phoenix, clear GenMtrs 48% Texas Co 87H Yng S & T 116% Geerf • A. Btrmel % C*. Conmoa Stock (Wright Well* * Co.) Bid 54 Asked 56 A prime live stock raising state, Colorado's principal product today is sugar beets. -16 •10 7 4 -5 1 •7 11 14 9 24 34 21 16 -7 25 10 53 27 33 27 36 23 23 21 29 17 21 M 61 9 15 10 57 35 23 15 17 9 54 29 3!) 11 16 » 3» 27 77 f)7 25 18 30 IB 75 59 1.2 9 0 9 .02 45 33 33 19 26 33 16 27 17 72 41 15 M Portland, Me., cloudy 26 13 .24 Portland, Ore., cloudy 40 38 .04 Rapid City, cloudy 39 24 Richmond, clear 29 l Salt Lake City, clear 46 24 San Diego, clear 81 51 San Francisco, clear 64 51 Seattle, cloudy 53 45 .04 Tampa, cloudy 65 43 .27 Washington, clear 27 15 (M — Missijug; T — Trace) took part in the 1958 nuclear weapons tests in the Pacific. Between fleet exercises and serving with the Taiwan Patrol Torce, the destroyer visited ports n Okinawa; the Pescadores Is- ands; Pearl Harbor; Johnston Is- and; Midway Island; Yokosuka, apan; Kaohsiung, Formosa; and ubic Bay, Philippine Islands. Army PFC Allen D. Johannson, on of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnnson, 806 S. Franklin, recently ualified as expert in firing the M-l rifle in Augsburg, Germany. Johannson, a rifleman in Co. A of the 24th Division's 34th In< antry, arrived in Europe last Febuary. He entered the Army in August 1957 and completed basic train- ng at Fort Ord, Calif. The 24-year-old soldier former- y worked for the Sonocc Paper Products Co., Los Angeles. He was graduated from Austin High School in 1952. Mary Jo Foster, HN, of the Waves, has been released from he service and is at the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Henderson, near Riceville. She will enroll in nurses' training in Florida in February. Miss Foster ing on the machine. RESTORE SERVICE Rep Steel 72% j Indianapolis, clear Rey Tob B 86«» I Kansas City, clear Rich pil 100 I LOS Angeles, clear Sears Roe 37V* I Louisville, clear 80 Memphis, clear 62% Miami, rain 47Vg Milwaukee, cloudy 67% Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudy 15 59V4 New Orleans, clear 47 New York, cloudy 57% Oklahoma City, clear 42 15Vi|Omaha, clear 27% j Philadelphia, cloudy lition of Universal Bible Study ay. The juniors presented materials hey had learned in a two-month tudy of the Bible and the church hoir, directed by Mrs. Edward Stevens, sang two selections. As a part of the program, a Bible xhibit was held. A Bible owned by Mrs Dale Lillie was judged he oldest, 1845. Bible markers were awarded to owners of the most worn, smallest, largest, most unusual, oldest foreign Bible and ;he family bible with the most Interesting history. An offering was received for the American Bible Society's work Rose Creek Ser for Christmas Activity ROSE CREEK, Minn. - There will be plenty of pre-Christmas activity in Rose Creek the las part of this week. The Rose Creek High Schoo Christmas program will be pre sented Thursday night, in conjunc tlon with the PTAj the St. Peter' School program will be Frida; afternoon; and Santa Claus wi be in business district at 2 p.m Saturday, with .treats for t h youngsters, guests of the Ros Creek businessmen. Brill to Address WSCS at Dexter the hotel-motel, it is believed this can be accomplished in the Legis lature with the active support o the City Council and the Austin community. Selke, who was accompanied by John Martin, deputy director of the Divison of State Parks, pointed out that the Legislature in 1949 took action dealing with trans- on, Adams. A luncheon was serve'd by Mrs. Albert Finbraaten, Mrs. Hamil- an and Mrs. Lloyd Uglum. Mrs. Tena Koch and Mrs. Lawrence WSCS. Lewison were in charge of the program of Christmas songs, games and readings by Mrs. Arthur Lagervall, Mrs. Juel Osmundson and Mrs. Bernard Hukee. The January meeting will be with Mrs. Oscar Bergene. Miss Sara Laivell Honored at Shower DEXTER, Minn. Austin's community ambassador, Carl Brill, will speak to Dexter area residents Thursday sponsored by The women are serving dinner, starting at 11:30 a.m. and Brill j will speak at 1 p.m. in the church auditorium. The public is urged to attend and hear Brill's report on life in Poland by the Rev. William Foster, pastor. There will be no charge. SARGEANf, Minn. — Appfecil- .. ion Day for residents of the 6«f» ; geant trade area was held Satnr- ay by the Saffeant CofHtnefcUl dub, the first activity «t tit* new organization. Santa Claus visited and districted candy to the youngster* *fld awards were made to the adult*. London, Dexter Drives Closed Completion of Boy Scout fund drives in two rural communities was announced by Fred Johnson, district finance chairman for Ced* ar Valley Council. The Dexter drive, under Bert Myhre, cam- laign chairman, and frank Braia, auditor, almost doubled the amount raised In the 195? campaign. A total of $69 was Collected in the Dexter area to be used in the 1959 budget of the Cedar Valley Council. With the chartering of a new pack and scout troop in London, the first finance cam-, paign to be held in London in re* cent years was conducted by Paul Thompson as drive chairman. The campaign went over its $40 goal _ to make a total of $43. . " Funds from all the United Funds and independent campaigns in Cedar Valley Council go to support the Cedar Valley budget for 1959. The council provides a train- Jed staff, and two scout camps, as well -as providing program mater- u ial to all units, providing training opportunities for its leaders, and operating a program to serve 3500 boys in six counties in southern Minnesota. , "ZRUCKY Refrigeration Service HE 3-3607 AIR-CONDITIONING '• Advertisement FAIRFIELD Iff) -Officials of; fer of the state park to the CUy the strikebound American Bus- of Austin> but the transfer was served four years with the Navy. AB Kenneth D. Highet's address s: AF 17537540, Flight 954, Box 1501 Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Highet, 517 E. Allegheney. Soviet Pilot Finds Belgian Explorers BRUSSELS (AP)-A Soviet pilot bund four Belgian explorers who crashed in the antarctic and flew hem back to their home base today. Moscow radio said, "All four are well." lines have offered to .restore service between Des Moines and Burlington by next Sunday if the Iowa Commerce Commission approves. 3 HURT IN BLAST CLINTON Iffi — Three employes of the Interstate Power Co. were injured, none seriously, when a blast ripped apart _the boiler room at the W. G Block Co. here Sunday. Shoplifting Ring in Iowa School Bared DES MOINES OH — A shoplifting ring involving at least eight junior high school girls has been uncovered by Des Moines police- through a note intercepted by a teacher at Irving Junior High School. VOTE ON COURTHOUSE DES MOINES OF) — Des Moines voters went to the polls Tuesday to vote on a proposed $2,850,000 bond issue to finance the remodeling of the Polk County Courthouse. deferred for various reasons. But the matter is now clarified, said Selke, "and we are happy to present the deed to the city." Mayor Hansen thanked Selke for his cooperation, and said the state department had been helpful to the city in this problem and in others. Directors of the hotel-motel company attended the meeting to wit PERSISTENT NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A letter to Santa Claus was opened at the post office. It made a list of not unusual requests, and concluded with: "I hope I get most of these things. If not I will try again next year." SCHOOL BONOS VOTED ness the ceremony in formal transfer of the park deed. Selke said he had many friends in Austin, that both Supt. L. S. Harbo and State Sen. P. J. Holand were his former students, and he was well acquainted with the late Austin school superintendent, S. T, Neveln. KILLER (Continued from Page 1) children, Diane, 4, was making a lot of noise. He stormed into the bedroom and threw the girl on the floor, cutting her head. Mrs. Pendergast rushed up, took the child into the bathroom to bandage her and told Eder to cal a doctor. Instead, the youth got a pistol from the garage and came back and shot the mother. Cut Throats He killed Diane and her brother Allen, 2, by cutting their throats with a hunting knife. And when David, 9, and Tom, 6, came home from school he killed them the same way. He was waiting outside when Pendergast came home from his Mrs. Josiah Hartzell, Edina, entertained Saturday at a shower in honor of Miss Sara Laivell, whose marriage to Dale Hall, Austin, will ake place Dec. 27, at the Methodist Church. A luncheon was served to 12 guests after which Christmas decorations were made and prizes given for the most attractive tree ornaments. Among the guests were ;he honored guest's mother, Mrs. W. K. Laivell and Judy, Mrs. H. H. Matthews, Mrs. William Kok- om, Austin; Mrs. E. L. Gilbert, a 'ormer Austin resident, and Mrs. Hugh Carr, St. Ansgar. PERSONAL NOTES W. H. Cooke, Mapleview, is a patient at St. Olaf'Hospital. IS YOUR CHILD COLLEGE MATERIAL? By today'i standards, he probably Is. But ten years from now, perhaps not —because by then both competition and standards will be much tougher.. By the time your child reaches eighteen, he may have a rough tftie getting into any college. Frightening prospect, isn't it? If you want to do something about it, help the college or university of your choice now, Writ* for • fr«« bookUt tot HIOHM EDUCATION, Bex 36, Tlm*i Square Station, N«w York 36, N.Y. Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council. For * free ptoapectui man the coupon Wright Wells & Co, 1st Nafl. Bank Bldg. Brldg* SI. Entrance T Austin HE 3-3050 • «*•«•• » »'- *•••«*»••»•«••)••«*«»»•••§ CINTIEMIH: At no oblifttlon pl»» i««l •e a proipcoliu on Ctntdiu Fond, lie. IDA GR'OVE, Iowa Iff) — Ida job as an aircraft worker and Grove residents have approved a ; f»rced him to drive him toward $365,000 school bond issue for an addition to the elementary school. The issue passed Monday on a 652-188 vote. Pittsburgh, snow San Diego before the father had a chance to enter the house and find out what had happened. He left Pendergast at a service station in San Diego. About the man who had befriended him, he said: "I didn't want to kill him. He's been real good to me." Eder said he had been sleeping in a ballroom closed for the winter since Friday. He was spotted David Corner, Rose Creek, un derwent knee surgery Monday at St. Olaf Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gibart, formerly of Austin, are now residing at Mesa, Ariz., Rt. 4, Box 56-C. Mr. and Mrs. George Hogan, Preston, formerly of Austin, spent Saturday here and attended the Christmas dinner party of the Austin Canton and Auxiliary. William Hall, son of Mr. andj Mrs. Arnold Hall, 500 Neveln, is a patient at Worrall Hospital, Rochester. His room number is 308- B. Employes of the Red Oak Grove Cooperative Creamery held a| Christmas dinner party at Red Oak Grove Church parlors, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Markeson, Hanska, and Mrs. Clara Lee, Good Thunder, Minn., visited Sunday at the home of Miss Alice Tollefson, Corning. Miss Tollefson visited relatives of the Markesons and Mrs. Lee in Norway last fall. Mrs. Olive Wilkerson, Plymouth, Iowa, and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Chesebro, 712 Walnut, attended the funeral of Mrs. Wilkerson's brother ia Preston, last week. She will spend the winter with t h e Chesebros. ' I Chimney Fire qt ; Spring Volley Form SPRING VALLEY, Minn. - A NEW Lady Sheaffer No WonunTbat Geti "Lady Sbeafttr" it Disappointed, SMART BUT THRIFTY The "Lady Sheaffer" ~ the pen with just the right balance — just the right size — and just the right price to suit every woman. It comes in 19 exquisite models and is available in choice of colors you prefer, featuring the "Tulle" barrel pattern'with jet gripping section. AUSTIN OFFICE SUPPLY 108 N. Main HE 3.1*82 while walking on the boardwalk chimney (ire at the Walter Bogs near the ballroom ,, flye niUM northeast of The San Diego Umon telephoned Sin Valley Monda ^ ht caus . .Eder's parents m Irondequoit, ^ ^ J^. I ?'.I','J MT' (8nd I The Spring Valley firemen were reported m a copyrighted .story' GQIDFINI IN COURT — Industrialist Bernard Goldfine enters Federal Court in Boston today to answer one contempt charge with two other contempt accusations still pending. The textile tycoon and friend of Sherman Adams, former chief presidential aide was ordered to show cause why he should not be cited for crimfnal and civil contempt of court for failure to produce records for tax probes of his companies. (AP Photofax) , that his father Karl Eder said he never wanted to see the boy again. 'Glad They, Got Him' "I'm glad they got him," the father said. "I don't want to see that boy no more. I don't want to see him ever again." And the youth's grandmother Mrs. Martha Sadra told the Union's reporter, "The only thing I wish is that they hadn't found him alive." called at 6:20 p.m and had the blaze out within 30 minutes. They cleaned the chimney and stood by to prevent an outbreak. HAMPTON HOUSE AUCTION Col. Albert Uopfe & Son went to Hampton, Iowa, last Saturday where they held an auction sale of a seven-room bouse owned by the 0. G. Reeve Estate. It was sold to Nola Lumley of Hampton. Young Eder showed little emo- °- G - Reeve w « &* fat &er of tion until he was confronted by Lew p - R« eve of Austin. Pendergast at the police station. Then the grief-stricken father screamed at him: "Why, ob, why: My little Diane ... My little Allen My little Tom David ... Why?" My little Eder flushed, his jaw dropped and tears streamed from bis eye*. HOUSE SOLD AT AUCTION In a public auction Monday night at 601 Jackson, the four- room house owned by Mrs. Jacob Freese was «old to Albert Dunker. The sale was conducted by Col. 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