The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 16
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 16

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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II AUSTIN .'Minn.) NMAlO thwwtoy, &*t. II, 1958 IOWA NEWS QOVHtNHKNT 028 MOUSES (* - Ten low* Industrie* weft awarded more than on* minion doQ«n la ajovera. BiMit contracta tut Month. B» 1,866,109 total, the Iowa Development Comtnljetoo said Wednea- day, went to Blue sur food*, Inc., Council Bluff*, $430,744- Pioneer * Central DMaton ol Bendls Aviation Corp., Davenport, $118,424; Malt Developtaf Co., Davenport, ti»,w»{ ion Manufactur- Ing Co., Cedar Rcplda, 130,017; H I. Holtse Construction Co., Horn City, DM.!*)). PRETENDING: DES MOINES Ml — An unmasked man who pretended to have a fun in his overcoat pocket held up the First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. on Des Moines east aide about noon Wednesday and es- capd with* WOO to KOO. NEW BRIDGE CLOSER AMES (A — A new bridge across the Mississippi River at Muscatine is gradually getting closer, the Iowa Highway Commission waa advised Wednesday. JAIL VOLUNTEERS DES MOmiSS «» - Volunteers from the Polk County Jail will be used for work in county recreation areas under a plan approved by the Board of Supervisors. BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE 1 DES MOOTES IB — The Iowa Development Commission will mix pleasure and business when the state's official float is unfolded in the Boae Bowl parade at Pasa* dena, Calif., New Year*, Day. The float itself will coat 99,950 but the remainder of the 13,500 alloted for the project by the Legislative Interim Committee win be spend in large part to promotion end attracting new industry to Iowa. FATHER OF AUTHOR ' DUBUQUE (0 — Private funeral services were set for Wednesday lor Frederick Ezekial Bissell, 79, father of author Richard Bis-' aell who wrote the stage and movie hit, "The Pajama Game." UP TO JUDGE DES MOINES (ffl — A decision on whether the Rock Island Railroad should be temporarily enjoined from closing some one-man stations and putting others on a part time basis rested Wednesday with District Judge Dring Needham. SPEED ZONE QUESTION AMES (ffl — Recent findings of the Iowa Highway Commission that many towns in the state main. tain unrealistic speed zones will be passed on to higher state officials concerned with safety problems. 39 Selected for Trotting Hall of Fame GOSHEN, N.Y. CAP) - The names of 39 men who gained fame in the harness racing sport will be enshrined as immortals in the Hall of Fame of the Trotting Horse Museum at Gosben. B. Roland Harriman, president of the museum, announced the list of notable drivers, trainers, owners, breeders and trotting officials. They included William 8. Rys dyk, who owned Hambletonian, the great sire who waa foaled at his farm near here in 1849. Ninetynine per cent of all standardbred horses trace directly to Hamble- tonian in the male line. William H. (Bill) Cane, who sponsored the Hambletonian race for 26 years until his death in 1956, also was elected. Cane made the 8-year-old trotting classic the ' top race of its kind in the world. The immortals included Sep Palin, who won the Hambletonian with Greyhound and Hoot Man; Pop Geers, driver and trainer of many champion horses in the first quarter of this century; Benjamin F. White, winner of four Harable- tonians, and Hiram Woodruff, who gained fame during the Civil War period as the leading driver of that time. Formerly, only horses had been named immortals in the Hall of Fame, No living person or horse is eligible for election, which is done by a two-thirds vote of the museum's trustees. First person to climb the Mat- terhpra, in the Alpc, was E. Wbymper in 1865. Four of the party loat their lives in the des cant. 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