The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 17, 1958 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 17, 1958
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2 AUSTIN {Minrv! MfRAlD 0«c. 17, '58 ' VITAL STATISTICS tiffin AT ST. OlAt HOSPITAL Mr. «ad Mrs. Norman Larson, wett Baldwin, daughter, Dec. 16. Marriagt Licfniti Robert L, Armstrong, 1105 W. Collet*, ind Jane E. Haute, Mil 9. Fmtrth, Deaths LLOYD B. MC COY Funeral services were held in Minneapolis today for Lloyd B. McCoy, 76, manager of Elara'a jewelry from 1948 to 1954. McCoy wa> widely known in the Jewelry trade and waa a sales promotion specialist. He conducted •ales for several jewelers through' out the midwest each year. He resided at 2224 Colfax S., and was at resident of that city for 45 years. McCoy is survived by Ms wife, Katherine, son John of LaCrosse, and a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Seger of Minneapolis. MRS. EDWARD GRANSEE Mrs. Edward Gransee, 71, died (liis morning at her home, 607 Rochford. Surviving are her husband; •on, Edward E. Gransee Jr., Phoenix, Ariz.; a grandson, Philip ol Phoenix. Funeral services will be beld Saturday afternoon. Christmas Shop ot Either of * THE Furniture Stores . . . where .you'll be surt J to find the gift you want. * DOWNTOWN 1 * •' * * STERLING *^ ^ "Alw«v» low price* to . ' BREVDA JOHNSON Brenda Jean Johnson, infant dntrgnter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tohnson, 1009 Williams, died Tuesday evening at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. The child Was born Sept. 28. Funeral services will be field.Fri- day afternoon. Funerals JOHNSON — Funeral services or Brenda Johnson, 1009 Williams, will be held at I p.m. Friday at he Worlein Funeral Home, the Rev. 3. M. Schreltmueiler official- ng. Interment will be in Spring Grove Cemetery. NEUBAUER — Funeral services for George Neubauer, Dexter, will be held at a p.m. Thursday at the Worlein Funeral Home, the Rev. B. E. Petrick officiating. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery, east of Elkton. ORANSEE — Funeral services 'or Mrs. Edward Oransee, 507 Rochford, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. William J. Camp- Mil officiating. Interment will be n Greenwood Cemetery, Brownsdale. The family prefers memor- als. Cord of Thanks Out sincere thanks to the Adams Fir* Department, our neighbors, relatives and friends who in any way assisted us at the time of the fire. Our special thanks to the Alfred Wiste family who are housing our livestock. Your help was greatly appreciated. The Orrin Wiste Family Adams, Minnesota In Memoriom In memory of our husband and father, John Justice, who passed away two years ago Dec. 17, 1956. Gone from our home, oh how we miss him. Loving him deeply his memory we'll keep, Nor till-life's end shall we forget him, Sacred Is the place where he is asleep. His wife, Leola, Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren Church Building Committee Named RICEVILLE, Iowa — A seven- man study committee to consider problem! that might arise in the building of a new church, were named at Immaculate Conception parish. ^ Committee members are Rex William, Loyd Richmond, Leonard Fox, Chris Bedensteiner, Edmond Anderson, William Steiger and Cyril Martin. They will meet with the Rev. Arthur Stirn, pastor. •*•.*••'•*' VANDENtEftG AM AND K>IHT AR6UILLO- JOINT AH rOUCS-NAViT MISSILE BASE MIDWAY IS. HAWA.U EQUATORIAL OMIT SATELLITE LAUNCHING SITE : JOHNSTON IS CHRISTMAS IS ONE MILLION NAUTICAL SQUARE MILES MISSILE TESTING AREA Warden Asks Pardon tor Lifer Who Saved Him in Prison Riot ROCKETS OVER THE PACING — The, Navy has proposed a 15-year program for turning .much of the Pacific Ocean space vehicles. Newsmap spots: proposed Into a vast testing area for missiles and range in the central Pacific south of Hawaii where satellites — both unmanned and manned — could be recovered as they returned to earth; Manus Island In the Admiralties, now under United Nations trusteeship, suggested for the launching of satellites in orbits along the equator; and "bull's-eye" areas near Wake and Midway Islands, proposed as targets for bases in California. n account c TV station. The winner, tation Ktvi ave all exj week's vacation. Goldfine. Denies Contempt but Still Must Face 2 More Counts BOSTON, Mass. (AP)-Bernard Goldfine, New England textile tycoon and close friend of former presidential assistant Sherman Adams, has denied one contempt charge but still has two more facing him. He was in court Tuesday with his assistant, Miss Mildred Paper- man, on charges of contempt for failure to produce records for the Internal Revenue Service. He and Miss Paperman pleaded innocent, and Federal Judge Charles E. Wyzanski ordered an immediate suspended trial. The case was for a day when the nd produce some new ones. One order directed Fred Q. Pastore, supervisor of the IRS Intel- igence Division, to make a dill- ent search through some two ons of Goldfine records to see if he lot includes some that the government contends Goldfine has ailed to turn over. The other order directed five RS agents to produce today any reports they had made to super- ors regarding the Goldfine inves- igation. Judge Wyzanski said he READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS court agreed to a defense motion, and ordered the government to search for some old records — 5-DAY FORECAST Minnesota: Temperatures will average near normal northeast to 5-7 degrees above normal south; normal highs 18 north to 26 south; normal lows zero north to 10 above south; colder trends about Friday and Sunday; precipitation will average .10-.15 Inch as occasional light snow. Iowa: Temperatures will average 5-7 degrees above normal; normal high mid 20s north to lower 30s south; normal lows 10 north to 16 south; precipitation will average .10-. 15 inch south as occasional light snow. Wisconsin: Temperatures will average near normal; normal high 20 north to 32 south; normal lows 4 above north to 16 south; minor temper a t u r e changes through Saturday; colder Sunday and Monday; precipitation will total .25-.50 inch in occasional snow or snow flurries. Twenty years experience enables us to provide a competent personal service that it worthy of your trust. FUNERAL CHAPEL 510 W. Oakland HE 3-7619 Ambulance Runs MONDAY 6:45 a.m. — 1617 W. Allegheney to St. Olaf Hospital. .TUESDAY 6:50 a.m. — Dlnsmore Acres to St. Olaf Hospital. 2:03 p.m. — 2V4-miles south o; Brownsdale to St. Olaf Hospital WEDNESDAY 8:45 a.m. — 406 W. Water to St. Olaf Hospital. Municipal Court Otto Daniels, 203 Sutton Place insufficient funds check, dismissed. DuWayne K. Blake, Minnesota Lake, no driver's license, $50 or 60 days, will rule on whether the reports contain secret information. The case is due to come up again Thursday in federal court Goldfine is to show up in Wash ington Friday to be arraigned on an 18-count indictment charging contempt of Congress for refusini to answer questions last July be 'fore a subcommittee on legislative oversight. It was in that Investigation tha testimony brought out that Gold fine had made gifts to Adams an other political figures. 1,000 Wounded Reds to Peiping HONG KONG (AP)-A recent arrival from Red China reports 1,000 wounded and "badly mutilated" Chinese Communist soldiers were flown from the Tibetan capital of Lhasa to Peiping last October. The information tended to confirm recent report of fresh anti- Communist uprising in Tibet, the semi-independent territory in southwestern China which the Communists invaded in 1950. Li Yung-shin, chairman of the Chinese Nationalist regime's Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission, told Parliament in Formosa last week that resistance against Communist rule is spread- Ing in Tibet. He said rebel forces had captured the town of Tan- FLORENCF, on of sentence urderer who s >e insurrection. Eyman tang, in southeastern Tibet, ir mid-October after a pitched ba tie in which several hundred Com munist troops were killed. The informant had been on semiofficial visit to Red China an requested anonymity. Recurring reports of unrest and uprisings in Tibet have been reaching the outside world since the first major revolt there in the spring of 1956. EX-ACTOR DIES CHICAGO (AP)—Guy Carleton Mercer, 81, retired actor, playwright and producer, died Monday. Known professionally as Carleton Guy, Mercer trouped the country with his own stock company. 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Size • Easy-to-See Cookguide • Complete with Vented Metal Cover * SUNBEAM AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC GRIDDLE • Big Family Size • Easy-to-See Grillguide • Vented Metal Cover Available SUNBEAM AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC FRYPAN • Choice of Size • Easy-to-See Frygulde • High Dome Glass or Metal Covers Available VAlUi THRU QUALITY THE BEST ELECTRIC APPLIANCES MADE SEE PERRY COMO FOR SUNBEAM ON NBC-TV CLEVELAND'S Downtown t Sterling Ariz. (AP)-Two den Prank fiymar, in putting down a ,ona State Prison. eking a commuta- tor a convicted tood by him during this story to the acation Is V Rival o. (AP)— A week's to in. Hawaii, do- station Kmo* as es at a Christmas night, was won by ;cutive of a rival Mck Kimball of TV nd his wife will ises paid for the prizes for each of 0 persons who at- ual Christmas par- rtislng Club of St. State Board of Pardons and Paroles: When the riot started file, 4, Rytnan entered the onsen yard in the midst of wildly shouting convicts. Someone yelled, "Kill the warden." Then OUs Taylor, 47, a Negro serving a Hf« term fat murder, stepped out o! the pack and stood beside the warden. Taylor warned the convicts: "This is a good warden. You'll have to kill me first before you kill the warden." Then Taylor and the warden, side by tide, walked unharmed through the prison yard "When I needed a good man" Eyman told the board, "he stood beside me. I recommend commutation." The board took the request under advisement. Capt. Roald Amundsen commanded the first ship to pass from sea to sea in the Arctic when he navigated the northwest J passage in 1903-1906. NAMED ARCHIBISHOP — The Most Rev. John F. Dearden of Pittsburgh today was named Roman Catholic Archbishop of Detroit (AP Photofax). Railroad Line Directed to Run for 4 Months WASHINGTON CAP) - the In- teratate Commerce CommlMlon Tuesday directed Northara Pacific ftallroftd to continue for it least four morfths four interstate fltssen- ftr train* operating among North Dakota, Montana, and Minnesota points. The line had proposed to abandon the runs Dec. 27. But the discontinuance notices, filed under short-cut provisions of the 195ft ftftllroad Relief Act, drew protests from the North Dakota Public Service Commission, patrons of the trains and Northern Pacific employees. During the four-month reprieve period, the ICC will determine whether shutting down the trains is justified. The railroad contends they have long been running at considerable loss. These trains operate dally between Staples, Minn., and Oakcs, ND,, and bewteen Mandan, N. D., and Glendlve, Mont. PRICE Christmas LIONEL TRANS ELECTRIC WHITE DEAN NOW! Seuthwood HE 3-3649 Golden Goddess Gold-plated automatic toaster adjusts to moisture content ... delivers toast EXACTLY the way YOU like it. Gold and stainless steel 10-cup coffeemaker makes cpffee to your taste, keeps it hot for serving. A LOVELY set. CHROME MIXER, GRINDER, JUICER All Attachments Included 54.93 Valve Sparkling chrome mixer comes complete with juicer, food grinder, 2 stainless steel bowls. The portable mixing head offers 10 kitchen-tested mixing speeds. This is an outstanding value. Christmas Specials * Firestone! BIG SELECTION NOW SELLING AT DISCOUNTS AMOUNTING UP TO BUY MOW AND SAVE All Spring Horses 10% Oil! SERVICE STORES 101 South Main Street Austin, Minnesota t HE 3-3439

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