The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 22, 1958 · Page 11
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 11

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 22, 1958
Page 11
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AUSTIN (Minn.) Hf RAID 11 Monday, D«e. 22, 1958 II Refuge Fails as' 6 Children Die in House Blaze KAUKAtfflA, Wis. (AP) ~ children sought wfuge la i room of their flaming h6nie Sun. day ind died of 'burn! tud wittfr cation. Safety wat only • few feet •way through a kitchen door. Firemen recovered the bodiet of Lynn, 7; Douglas, 6; Margaret, 5; John, J; Barbara, 2H, and Michael, 1«, children of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weyneberg. , Parents at Mais The parents were attending an early mass four blocks away when the fire broke out, apparently in the living room. Weyneberg broke from fire fighters and climbed a ladder to a second-story bedroom window in an effort to find the children. His wife screamed, "I Want to go in and die with my children." Spectators restrained her. The couple have no other children. Two Infant twins died of natual causes earlier this year. Flremei^ found Douglas, who apparently had attempted to flee the bathroom, at the door of the stairs. He died ot burns. The others, found in the bathroom, suffocated. t Door Gave Access Coroner Bernard Kemps said the stairway to the first floor led into the kitchen, where a door gave access to the back yard. The bathroom was located at the right of the staircase. Kemps aaid the children apparently ran down the stairs and either took a wrong turn into the bathroom or were driven back from the kitchen by heavy smoke. Publishers Plan to Stand Pat on Paper Strike NEW YORK (AP) — Publishers of nine closed New York City newspapers have agreed to stand pat on their prewalkout wage of* fer to striking deliverymen. The publishers decided at a meeting Sunday to present their wage offer of $7 a, week spread over two years when Joint negotiations resume today. The offer includes fringe benefits. No Decision Made Before meeting this afternoon with the publishers, the striking deliverymen bad talks scheduled with federal mediators. Asher Schwartz, attorney for the independent Newspaper and Mail Deliverers Union, said no decision would be made before that meeting on the union's position fat the joint talks later. The 17 offer has been turned down once by the union's membership. At a second membership meeting, the union voted not to reconsider the offer. The deliverymen have termed the wage offer acceptable only if the work week is reduced from 40 to at least 37 hours, also spread over two years. They also asked an extra holiday and replacements for absent drivers. $105.88 Basle Pay The basic wage for the deliverymen under a contract which expired Dec. 7 was $103.82 a week. The union is not being supported in its walkout by nine other newspaper unions, all AFL-CIO affiliates. At a meeting Saturday, the nine unions turned down a deliverers' request to join forces and pool finances. The strike and subsequent newspaper shutdowns have idled many of the 20,000 newspaper employes. The newspaper industry is losing 1H million dollars a day in advertising and circulation revenues, plus wages of the idled employes. Dewey in Hospital; He Has Influenza PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — Former New York Gov. Thomas E. Dewey is hospitalized here with what doctors said was a mild case of influenza. He became ill while visiting the Palm Springs tome of drug executive Justin Dart. Absent Minded people should, by oil means ctll the AUSTIN NATIONAL CO., Ml West Bridge Street, for iniur«nco advice. Ther« arc M many angles that only a Professor ot mathematics or a firm like the AUSTIN NATIONAL CO. could keep track of them all. This study and attention to detail* h something the AUSTIN NATIONAL CO. Eats up. When you need intureace advice iuft oik eur clients who they'd cell if they were in your Shoes! cmd ••• Good Food! Good food is • big part of Christmas .. , turkey, roast goose, dressing, cranberry sauce - all the delicious fixin's! 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