The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 22, 1958 · Page 5
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Lynne Flynn In' With Win MINNEAPOLIS (AP)-A hat*]eyed beauty from suburban Hop* Mifts it Miss Twin City Fees* Photographer. Lynne Flynn, 18, was cndsen <juetti of the Twin City Press Photographers Awn. Sunday night, Carol Collins, 19, Minneapolis, was rimnef up, followed' by Lorelie Pendergast, 18, Minneapolis. Miss flynfi has brown fcafc CUnl aUwttBtiumJ. •24-38 in her swim suit. Shi tit! represent the local group In the National P'ress Photographers beauty pageant m Miami Beach, fla., nfltt summer. San Francisco, Calif,, is 4,160 nautical miles from Pago Pago in the Samoa Islands. ALL BOWLERS! ••HBJljl ^uuK^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^_ ,^^^ifc. ^^pu ^^^ ATTENTION Calendar! Containing Coupons Worth Over $6,000 in FREE BOWLING Will Be Given Away Within Tho Next 2 Weeks at iCHO LANES * Be Sure and stop out for your FREE Valuable Coupon, Calendar. To Our Many Friends and Customers OUR BEST WISHES for a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR Gene Linolc and Lyle Sorensen ECHO LANES Hiwiy 218 South AT NEW OBSERVATORY Scientists to Expose Father Time by Looking Back 30 Billion Years PINK, Calif. (AP)-fliey've dedicated a iH-mllliori-doIlar radio observatory near here that some day may track and gul4« space ships as they speed far out into the universe. It's believed also that once both of the observatory'! two 60-foot dish antennas are in operation scientists will be able to peer 80 billion light years back into time and space. Built by the California Institute of Technology, with Navy help on financing, the observatory is located in the Owens Valley, 250 miles north of Lew Angeles. Reach Back Bear Adm. Rawson Bennett II, chief of naval research, told a dedication audience Friday: "This observatory may be able to reach far enough back into time to see our own world as it was billions of years ago — perhaps while it was still being formed." The admiral was referring to the Einstein concept that time anc space are like a doughnut — that if you go far enough and fas enough you come back where you started. And, since you are sneak ing up from behind, you get there prior to the time of your depar ture. 186,000 Miles Per Second A light year represents the dis tance that a beam of light—racinf along at 186,000 miles per seconc —travels in a year. The farthest man has been able to see out into the universe thus far is two billion light years. This is the range of the 200-inch hale telescope on Mount Palomar in San Diego County. Actually, there isn't much poin in building a bigger visual tele- Lit tkia joyful season, may there come to every Leart a $la<l renewal of tne warming apirit of peace and good will. May we all lie richly Messed witk enduring kope and love, aa we rededicate ourselves to tne glorious message of tne first Ckriatmaa* From Your SUN LIFE of CANADA Representatives... ARNIE GABRIELSON Rei. HE 3-6292 LLOYD BRAUN KM. HE 7-4878 KIRM NORTHWICK RM. HE 3-4129 PHIL JOHNSON RM. HE 3-8375 Hear "Kaiis Goes Caroling" on Christmas Thursday, December 25 7:30-8 t.m. — St. Auguitin* Church Choir; 8:30-* p.m. — M«tho<llit Church Choir; 10:30-11 p.m. — Sr. Olof Church Choir; II -Ili30 p.m. — Faith Church Choir. Sponsored by ' SUN LIFE of CANADA DIAL HE 3-2361 In Tha Millar Rtal Estate Bldg. Stirling Shopping Ctnttr HERE NOW I THB NIW •UDMiicreic SHAVEMASTER TRAVEL. KIT roi SNAVIN9 not roi IHAVINO UNPflAIMf NEW ELECTRIC SHAVER ONIONED FORTHF NEEDS OF WOMEN Oniy $1.00 Nr Waak Represents the finest in craftsmanship and luxury. Compact unit is equally con* venient when traveling or at home, Makes a perfect gift Beautiful, saddle-stitched case contains brown BLADE-ELECTRIC SHAVEMASTER as described at left and matching accessories—comb, brush, file. Convenient compartments for cord and other accessories. Regular $34.95 Our Sale Price But the atmosphere has no ffect on radio telescopes. Even now, with only one of this bservatofy's antennas in opera- on, radio signals have been icked up from stars a billion light ears away. Send Radio Impulses When the second 90-foot mesh ish is ready next spring, observ- tory Director John 0. Bolton ex- Official's Wife Charged With Killing Son HASLEMERE, England <AP)Mrs. Diana Bromley, 39-year-old wife of a British cabinet official, was charged at a Quildford Court oday with murdering her elder on, Martin, 13. The bodies of Martin and his brother, Stephen, 10, were found with their throats cut at their country home Thursday. Mrs. Jromley, niece of horror actor Sorts Karloff, was found wander- ng in woods nearby with wounds on her throat. She was taken to a lospital, and physicians decided ope because of the distortion of ipects to begin receiving radio 1m- ght waves by the earth's atmos- pulses from stars up to So billion light years away, the observatory will be able not only to receive radio impulses over tremendous distances, but send them as well. That's where the tracking and guiding of space ships comes in. It's also where the Navy's interest is keen, "More than $1,300,000 of the construction cost was provided by the Office of Naval Research," Adm. Bennett said. "The research we do here is expected to improve navigation of ships and planes. In bad weather, the stars man has steered by for centuries are not visible. Before long, fliers and mariners will be guided not by the light from the stars but by the radio -impulses from them." Ceremony Delayed; Hod No Cornerstone marking the placing of the cornerstone of the new one-million-dollar First Christian Church were held up momentarily. Dr. John C Knowles, pastor, said someone forgot to bring the cornerstone. Rookie Policemen Hove No Uniforms MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Four rook ie policemen will become plain clothes officers right away for the North Miami Police Department There's no money in the munici pal budget to put them in uniform ihe was" fit today court appearance. to make a 2,000 Expected for Hardware Meeting MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Presl- lent Walter Bahner of Foley, Vtinn., said today that some 2,000 dealers, their wives and employes are expected here Jan. 4-7 for the annual convention and buying show of the Minnesota Retail Hardware Assn. "The hardware business has evolved from tb« old 'tin shop* to junior-sized department store with a personalized touch," §aid Bahner. IN TIBET Rebel Movements Gaining By SPENCER MOOSA tPff.1 (AP) — Ths resistance movements in Tibet and neighbor, ng Chinese provinces are gaining strength, Nationalist intelligences sources claimed today. In some areas, they asserted, rebels for a time occupied key positions and forced Communist rpops to take temporary refuge n mountains. The sources said the situation became so serious that Marshal Peng Teh-buai, Red China's defense minister, went to Tstnghai, on Tibet's northeast border, in Oc;ober to direct operations against the rebels. 2 Minneapolis Men Take DFL Offices MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Two Minneapolis men have taken over as finance director and executive secretary of the Democratic* Farmer-Labor party. The appointments were am nounced Saturday. Walter F. Mon dale, an attorney who served as Gov. Freeman's campaign manager this year, became finance director. Clyne W. Olson, a bus! fcessman, was named executive secretary. 9-Pound, 9Vi Oounce Baby for Mansfield . SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)A nine-pound, 9%-ounce boy was born Sunday to actres Jayne Mansfield and her muscleman husband, Mickey Hargitay. Hargitay danced around the corridor of St. John's Hospital after getting the good news. The boy will be named Miklos for his fa ther. They claimed that Peng's trip coincided with the cease-flr* he (reclaimed in the Quemoy area Oct. 6. This lasted IS out of 21 icheduled days. Refugees who reached India ast month were quoted as saying hat Nationalist flags were being lown openly in the border area between the provinces of Sikang and Tstoghai. Reports from Nationalist underground agents were said to have ncluded these details: A big anti-Communist demonstration was staged in Lhasa, capital of Tibet, in late April. A force of more than 6,000 rebels clashed with Communist troops northwest of Lhasa Aug, SO and killed about 800. The rebels also had two engagements with Communist troops of battalion strength, one in September, the other In October* Attacks by rebels have forced the Reds to resort to strong armed escorts on the Tibet-India road. In April rebel* attacked seven villages In Sikang. They ambushed and killed the chief Communist party official of Chiangta County in June. Rebels occupied Yushu County in southern Sikang June 8 and did not withdraw until heavy Red forces were thrown against them. DUGAH'S DAILY Gift Suggestions WOOD N' STRUM LEATHER BOOTS Iniulotcd or Plain $16.95 U, Hunting Clothes Free Gift Wrapping Give a Gift Certificate AUSTIN (Minn,) HtftAtt) £ , D*c. 22, 1950 V PtdtdiOt lYAtiklnl D, •elt died on April 12, 1845. NtWt DUBARttT A frignuic* that whisper* of •ecret garden and scouted •pastoral 'PwfanM.4oS.SO, 10.00,18.50 CotofM Stpnme...2.50. 4.00 CologM Spray Mkt SJ» B«tk P«wd«r..~-.150, 4.00 Legal Notice December 22 NOTICE is hereby given that application was made on the 12th day of Decent* ber f 1958, by the Western Union Telegraph Company to the Federal Communication Commission to close the agency telegraph office at Carpenter, Iowa. Substitute service will hereafter be available through the Western Union Telegraph office at Austin, Minnesota, 19 miles distant by telephone. Any member of the public desiring to protest or support the closing of this office may communicate in writing with the Fed- sral Communications Commission, Washington 25, D. C. on or before January 11, 1959. Dec. 22-29 Legal Notice ORDER FOR BEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE STATE OF MINNESOTA, County Ol Mower—M. In Probate Court In R« Estate of Everett X. Edwtrds, Decedent. The representative of uld estate Having filed herein a petition to aell certain retl Mt»te described In told petition; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 1Mb day of January, 1659, at 10 o'clock A. M., before ttils Court tn tbe probate eouri room In the court bouse In Austin. Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 19th, 1958. PATRICIA A. MYERS Deputy Clerk of Probate Court (PROBATE COURT SEAL) ^ATHERWOOD. HUGHES * ALDBRSON Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minn. Fife No. 11838 Dee. St. X, Jan. 5 Legal Notice ORDER FOR BEARING ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION, LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OF MINNESOTA. County nf Mower—«. In Prob»tt Onurt In Re Estate of George R. Neubauer, Decedent. Fred A. Neubauer having filed herein a petition for general administration stating that said decedent died Intestate and praying that Walter Neubauer be appointed administrator. IT IS ORDERED, Til at the hearing thereof be had on the 19th day of January. 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M. before this Court la the probate court room >n the court house In Austin, Minnesota: that tbe time within which creditors of said decedent may file their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims ao filed be heard on the 21st day of April, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court room In the court house in Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order in the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 19th, 1958. PATRICIA A. MYERS Deputy Clerk of Probate Court (PROBATE I'OURT SEAL) BAUDLER & BAUDLER Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin. Minnesota File No. 11857 Dec. 22. W, Jan. 5 BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS I y WOLD'S DRUG STORE Clean out the sugar bowl, under the mattress, inside Dad's old fishin' boots ... and bring those dimes and dollars in here. They're accumulating nothing but dust where they are... or at least not as much of whafthey could be ac- cumlating here-MORE MONEY! And this is the best time of the year to "money • move/ 7 too. Invest your Christmas cash gifts in an insured account. Your gift will continue to grow! And, it's easy to open an account... a dollar will do., OPEN YOUR HOME FEDERAL ACCOUNT TODAY! Each Account Is Insured Up to $10,000.00 for Your Added Protection! SHAVft H6ADQUAITIM Home Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 129 North Main Street • Austin, Minnesota • HEmlock 34431 HOME OFFICES: SPRING VALLEY, MINNISOTA

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