The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 19, 1958 · Page 11
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Austin, Minnesota
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Friday, December 19, 1958
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Church Christmas Programs CHURCH 1 p.m. Sunday one hundred' and sixty voices wilt combine In presenting the annual Christmas musical. The 80- voice Cherub Cholf composed of first, second and third graders will present "Christmas For The Very Young" by Upshur which Includes six songs and a tableau east. Mrs. Wilbur Fund will direct the Cherub Choir accompanied by Mrs, Milchel Berhow. The 40-voice Chapel Choir composed of 4th, 5th, and fith graders win present "The Stable At Bethlehem" by Kirk with the assistance of the Junior Hi Choral Readers. Mrs. Wilbur Funk will direct the Chapel Choir and Nancy Funk will be the accompanist. Mrs. David Kachel will direct the Choral Readers. The Chancel Choir directed by Wilbur Funk will present "The Shepherd's Christmas" by Luvaas. Harold Westby, Jr. will be the organist. Carols sung by the Congregation and the reading of the Christmas Story from Luke's Gospel will also be a part of the program. An open house in Fellowship Hall sponsored by the Westminster Chapter and the Women's Guild will follow the musical, v OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 4:00 p.m. — L. C. R. Christmas Party at the Church. fe:80 p.m. — Jr. Leauge Christmas caroling. 7:30 p.m. — Jr. League Christmas Party, at the K. Tomervik home, Nob Hill. SUNDAY 9:00 and 10:20 a.m. — Divine Worship Service and Church School. 3:00 p.m. — Christmas Pro- rot KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS AND THIIR CHILDREN KC CHRISTMAS PARTY Sunday December 21sl 1:00 P N. KC HALL gram for Kindergarten - grade 3 for those who attend at 9:00. 4:30 p.m. — Christmas Program 'or thdse in Kindergarten • grade 3 who attefld at the 10:20 session. 8:00 p.m. — The Christmas Candlelight Service with all 3 hoirs participating. MONDAY 7:30 p.m. — Christmas Program for grades 44 for those'who attend at the 9:00 a.m. session/ TUESDAY' 7:30 p.m. — Christmas Program for grades 4-6 for those who attend at the 10:20 sesslori. THURSDAY Christmas Day — Festival Services at 9:00 and 10:20 a.m. Children's Christmas programs Will be held as follows: Sunday, Kindergarten through grade 3 who Attend Sunday School at the 9 a.m. session will present the Program "Birthday Gifts for Jesus" at 3 p.m. The children who attend Kindergarten through grade 3 who attend the 10:20 session Will present their program — "Birthday Gifts for Jesus" at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday. Monday, at 7:80 p.m. the grades 4-6 who attend the 9:00 a.m. session will present the program, "There Is No Room." Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m., grades 4-8 who attend at 10:20 session will present their program, "There is no room." Killing of Recent Bridegroom Mystery to St. Louis Police ST. LOUIS (AP) -.Who had a reason to kill James Bullock, recent bridegroom, church worker, a clerk by day and a student by night? That question still puzzled St. Louis police today as they sought the killer who shot Bullock with two guns Wednesday night. Bullock, 27, was found about 7:30 p.m., lying in the street in front of the City Art Museum in Forest Park. Attend Class Another question also bothered Ranger Killed Fighting Fire in California SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. (AP)—A forest ranger has been trapped and killed by flames in California's devastating brush fire, now in its sixth day and still out of control. More than 100 square miles of brush-covered mountains, valleys and fields in three Southern California counties have been blackened by the fire. Joe Adams, 34, a forest ranger of Clarksdale, Ariz., was scouting fire conditions Thursday when flames shot up a mountainside and engulfed him as he stood on a rock outcropping. The fire started last Sunday. SCHEID PLUMBING, HEATING & SHEET METAL CO. REMODELING SALE Entire Showroom Stock Being Sold at Drastically Reduced Prices! officers. Mrs. Bullock, 23, said her lusband left home to attend a class aUthe University of St. Louis She said he usually cut through Forest Park oh an express high, way. Why then were Bullock and his car found at the museum, which was out of his way? Offl cers believe that Bullock may have given a ride to his killer, and was forced to drive to the museum. Police questioned at length Dr. Glennon E. Engleman, a St. Louis dentist who was divorced 2Vz years ago from Mrs. Edna Bullock, the victim's bride of fix months. Question Dentist Officers also questioned a den tist of Dr. Engleman. The dentist said he was treating the man at the time Bullock was found dying. Officers emphasized that neither Mrs. Bullock nor Dr. Engleman were questioned as suspects. They said Dr. Engleman, who has remarried, told them he had seen Mrs. Bullock occasionally since their divorce. He said she had collected payments on the divorce settlement and received dental treatment. Veterans Yell, 'Stay With Us General' ALGIERS (AP) — Gen. Raou Salan, departing for Paris and a new post, today was besieged by 500 right-wing French war veter ans shouting, "Stay with us gen eral, the civilians will betray us." A group of bemedaled generals, aided by police, finally managed to lead Salan to his car. Salan, the military commander n Algeria, took over control of the civil administration when right-wing colonists and officers •ebelled last May against the Pars government. Premier de Gaulle s making him inspector general of national defense. SETTING UP THE SCENE — Ralph Majerus sets out the figures of the creche scene and Christrrias display he built in his woodworking shop while on a "busman's holiday." 11 Air Force Honors Missing Flyer RICEVILLE, Iowa — A widow and her three small children accepted a nation's sympathy and ;he posthumous award of the Distinguished Flying Cross to her Air Force husband a year after he was reported missing. The award was accepted by the Eamily of the late 1st Lt. Donald C. Burleson, whose wife is the former Barbara Minor, is a native of Riceville. Burleson was reported missing over the Atlantic, while ferrying a jet from Lages, Azores, to Chateauroux, Fance. Air Force officials believe a mechanical failure m the ejection seat system developed after Lt. Burleson decided to ditch the plane. The award was presented by Lt. Col. Wendell C. Croom, Truax Field, Wis., squadron official, and accepted by Mrs. Burleson's aon, Stephen, 6, at their home in Osage. Her other children are Jo Anne, 5, and Donald Edward, 11 months. Lt. Burleson, a native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, graduated from Coe College in 1953 and entered Air Force flight training. He was commissioned in November 1954 and was assigned to ferry pilot service in July 1955. In making the award, Col. Croom cited Lt. Burleson for meritorious flying achievement during peacetime. Things Dull in Washington, but Lid Will Blow 1st of Year AUSTIN (Minn.) HEftAlD Friday, Dee. 19, 1958 Judge Upheld in Controversy Over Building ST. PAUL (AP) - Judge Leslie L. Anderson of Hennepin County District Court was upheld today in a controversy over title to an apartment building in Minneapolis. Associate Justice Thomas Gallagher disqualified himself from participating in consideration of the case and the other six members were split evenly. Consequently, Judge Anderson's order was affirmed without a formal opinion being written since a majority of four is needed for reversal. The decision was in favor of Leslie Erickson of Minneapolis. A. R. Bakke and Theresia Pearson of Minneapolis appealed from the lower court decision in an action over title to the Hadden Hall apartment property at 1820 1st Ave. S. Bakke claimed he engaged Erckson^as an agent to buy the milding for $59,000. Erickson )ought the building under his name. Later Erickson transferred title to Bakke but Erickson re- ained a half interest. Bakke claimed this was done under coercion. The high court refused to dis- urb Judge Anderson's decision re- ecting Bakke's claim that he was entitled to the building free from any claim on the part of Erickson. Water Heaters Built-in Ranges Water Soteners Kitchen Vent Fans Sinks Space Heaters Furnaces Kitchen Vent Hoods Bathroom Fixtures *°'' er$ . A !/•«. u c* i K? M. Hallmack Acces- Kitchen Sink Faucets sor ; es SCHEID PLUMBING, HEATING a SHEET METAL CO. Highway 218 North • New Phone No. HE 7-4591 Sanisonitc high chair By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — Until Thursday night's Atlas firing, the past few weeks in Washington have been the dullest in years. But come January things will be popping on both the congressional and diplomatic fronts. In the Senate some Northern Democrats and Republicans will start a fight to make it easier to smash a filibuster. This means a quarrel with Southern Democrats, probably a bitter one. Write-in Squeak In the House, Southern Democrats will be In another fight: over a committee recommendation to bar an Arkansas segregationist, Dr. Dale Alford of Little Rock, from taking the seat now held by Rep. Brooks Hays (D-A Ark). Alford was elected over Hays by a write-in vote. Senate Republicans will be hav- ng a family battle. A batch of Republicans, who consider them selves more progressive than their present Senate leaders, will try to ake over. The political sharpshooting will jet off to, a running start in early January when President Eisen- lower dumps his State of the Union message in the lap of Congress. This message sets forth his program for 1959. Conservative Democrats will be tearing into troops out of East Berlin and warned the Allies to get theirs out of West Berlin before June, or else. He was pretty ugly about the else. But this week the Allies, meeting in Paris, said: We'll take our chance on else. They announced they'd stand firm on not abandoning Berlin. In this they had the urging and blessing of West Ger- Reg. $16.95 $13.95 Chroma plottd »op*r«d tubular itttl l*gt— »!••! Iroy—uphplt»tr«d wot and back, eonv»rt» to youth chair by removing tray and foot roil. Choice of colors. "AXE" JOHNSON "Our Own" 111 E. Mill HE3-3250 .his all year. Since insists he wants to Eisenhower keep down many. Wobbly Knees This could — unless one side or Court Orders Starkweather to Die in Chair LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)—The Ne braska Supreme Court today upheld a District Court decision and ordered mass-killer Charles R. Starkweather to die in the electric chair March 27, 1959. The high court issued its order after review of Starkweather's sentence, an automatic procedure for all death sentences handed down in Nebraska. He originally had been scheduled to die last Wednesday. Starkweather was convicted of spending, his program is bound to ae fairly conservative. You can dear the Democrats' beef now: the program doesn't go far enough. Not long after his State of the Union message, Eisenhower wil send Congress his budget for the fiscal year starting next July 1 This is his estimate of how much he thinks the government should spend next year. There'll be sparring over that all year. Small Potatoes Yet all this may seem like small potatoes compared with what happens abroad as the new year unfolds. It will be up to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to make good on his promise about Berlin, or back down, or make the Western Allies back down. He's promised to pull Soviet first-degree murder, and murder while in perpetration of robbery, of Robert Jensen, 17, Bennet, Neb., high school student. Jensen fell victim to Starkweather during a killing spree last January in which 10 persons were slain. Starkweather's sweetheart, Caril Ann Fugate, 15, has been sentenced to life imprisonment for aiding and abetting Starkweather in the murder of Jensen. Caril was his companion on the murder spree :he other gets wobbly knees — turn into a nasty situation. It's up to the Russians now to show how far they are willing to go. The Middle East shouldn't be overlooked in any list of things to come. It's moderately quiet now It never stays quiet long. At the moment the most likely spot for an explosion looks like Iraq. The revolt there a few months ago overthrew the government killed the King, badly weakenec Iraq's ties with the West. Ant Communists there seem to be growing ever stronger. If the Reds should take over in Iraq, the Soviet Union, withou firing a shot, will have made the greatest leap in its history into the Middle East. Wishful Thinking It's practically wishful thinking to suppose the Red Chinese wil stay quiet Indefinitely. They're fairly quiet now. But just a few weeks ago they were jittering the world with their bombardment o Quemoy. Perhaps, meanwhile, the long journey of one man will help spread oil on the troubled international sea. Anastas I. Mikoyan, second only to Khrushchev hi the Soviet leadership, is coming to Washington in the months immediately ahead. The Russians asked this week for permissoin for him to come here. The State Department approved. The given reason for his expedition — that he wanted to visit the Soviet ambassador here — looks thin. Mikoyan's real mission may be as Khrushchev's special envoy to Eisenhower. Prospects of Farm Action Grows Dim Reid The Classified Ads. CLEVELAND'S HUGE SELECTION TOYS REDUCED All Hew Fresh Stock! Prices Slashed! DIFFER THE GIFT THAT MAKES HIS HARDEST SAWINO JOBS EASY... w; m CLEVELAND'S DOWNTOWN STEELING $099 * A WEEK Any man who fishes, hunts, camps or farms will truly appreciate this "saw of 1000 uses"! He'll use it to cut firewood; to build a cabin, duckblind or boat pier; to do EVERY farm sawing job he now does with a handsaw, buck saw or chain saw. The different and perfect gift! GET IT sec IT IN •TRITE Th« MAN'S Magazine December Issue PETERSON IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 129 Blooming Prairie, Minn. ME FRIGHTENED? — The big and little of dogdom mingle at a Philadelphia dog show. That's great Dane, Count Down, hovering over Chihuahua, Li'l Abner. Spinach originated in Persia and is a very old plant as far as mankind is concerned. NAMESAKE — Christening ceremonies are performed by Vince Hamlin, creator of "Alley Oop" comic strip, on the largest alligator at Sarasota (Fla.) Jungle Gardens. The 'gator's name? Oops, naturally. Ingrid, Roberto Have to Until February ROME (AP) — The Borne appeals court is not going to decide whether Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rosellinl can have an annulment bef01 e February. The court held a closed hearing today on the state prosecutor's appeal against the annulment granted by the Rome district court last July. Another hearing was scheduled for Feb. 3. The state prosecutor contends that the district court had no jurisdiction or authority to annul the Mexican proxy marriage. Rosellini, with Miss Bergman concurring, bad obtained the rnnul- ment on the ground that the marriage was not valid. Test Talks Adjourn for Christmas Recess GENEVA (AP) — The three-nation talks on a nuclear test ban adjourned today for a two-week Christmas recess. At the last meeting before the I recess, U.S. delegate James J. Wadsworth submitted technical program for the staffing and equipment of a worldwide chain of observer posts. It will be discussed after the conference resumes on Jan. S. Retired Professor Killed; Toll 667 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Antonio deCruz, 70, a retired professor, was killed Thursday night when he was struck by a car while walking across the street near his Minneapolis home. deCruz had taught at the University of Portugal and Blair, Neb. before coming here. His death carried the state traf- |fic toll to 667, up 3 from a year ago. WASHtNOttHt pects of any majof fifttr far* illation next year greH today. This was apparent foltowinf Aft Inconclusive meeting «t tilt Witt major farm organlMtkMi with Rep. Harold Cooley OMfltf, cfcilN man of the House Agriculture Committee, , Summoned by Cooley *» M hv formal gathering to . determine possible areas of agreement on farm differences were representatives of the American Farm £u« reau Federation, the Fanners Union, the National Grange tnd the National Council of Firm Cd» operatives, But except for generalization* on the need for better farmer bir« gaining power and reduction of surpluses, Cooley's report of the meeting indicated agreement on little of specific or major nature. The conferees did agree that something may have to be done to revive the wheat program; there were no detailed proposals. Cooley told reporters that members of the four groups will meet again in January in a further effort to compose differences before offering legislative proposals. Deputy's Visit Seen as Political Gesture PARIS (AP)-European NATO diplomats today viewed Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas I. Miko- yan's coming trip to America as a political gesture connected with the West Berlin crisis and a possible East-West summit meeting. They regarded the Soviet maneuver with mixed feelings of hope that it might ease tension, and fear that their governments would be bypassed by the two world giants, the United States and the Soviet Union. The American elm generally is regarded as the favorite tree of the American people. YOURSELF A GOOD TIME DANCE CHRISnUS BALL (Inform*!) Terp Ballroom Monday December 22 $3 per couple This MHUgt tbtOHlb tit Courtuy of Austin Insurance Agency Dial HI 3-3452 ft IM» ttUg. Hartfor* Fiw I MEMO TO A "CONSIDERATE BOSS Whether you employ one iuun or hundreds, you'll find the tastes of no two men exactly alike. One may like cigars, and another doesn't smoke. One may love citrus fruits and another is allergic to anything that growf on trees. 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