The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 22, 1958 · Page 15
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Additional CContffitrtd from Pa|t 7) College Tournaments ./ • j> • Reach 'Frantic Stage' . , x*? H° N WE!SS Ncrthwestwfl to-tht flhal, .78-64. Associated fteit 8»wt* Writer Auburn, building a basketball L T v e M lday *««»>•«. e°He*« «(wtaUon aa fwmldabla ai Its basketball's- cadi-lined yeafend football prowess, boosted its win- showcase, progresses from the ning streak to 18, tops of the big hectic to the frantie stage this schools, with a 71B-60 victory over week - Alabama in the fiirmlfigham Clas- No fewer than a dozen major sle * lfta1 ' tournaments involving some 75 of Now !*'• up to, the likes of Cin- the nation's big teams will be un- "tonati, Kansas State, North Caro- dcr way within the next eight Unft State, Mississippi State, days. Xavier of Ohio, «Dayton, St. Jo- Three big ones over the past scph>8 of Philadelphia, Michigan weekend established Kentucky, ? tat *;, M1d " lon * 1!st of other North Carolina and Auburn as h °P, efuls t° try to match em. bonafide members of the nation's cln ^nna«. doing well with a 6-0 elite. r «cord behind All-Amerlca Oscar M«,f?> T* u , . L mce to **n starts. affer a ha^S,^ ?u ? KaMa3 State (74) *** » s **' Frank JSL d^J° bn , by en league ""nOaniona in the Big Grass J£3±^5S « r^l* Elght *W** Carting Friday at v!? B oTlZi , * l " u^ 1 "" Kfln8M Cit ?- X8vlw <"> '««« io ville, clipping previous unbeaten tournaments with such as Wlch- ita, San Francisco, Oregon and Nationals and Gophers Play on Saturday host Oklahoma City In the All- College Tournament opening the same, day In Oklahoma City. Day-, ton. (6-0) and St. Joseph's play in! the ECAC at New York's Madison Square Garden, also opening Friday. ' Friday also triggers the South- MTMM«-»t.r.TT 0 /»«•> «. i *** Conf « ren < !e ' Tournament at MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Their Houston, with Texas A&M and offensive prowess was a proven Rice the chief contenders thing today as Minnesota's hockey Saturday, the- Queen City in Gophers faced a contest with the Buffalo brings together Brigham Minnesota-domtnated U.S. Nation- Young, partmouth, Seton Hall and L, team .' t. . , , Canisius. Oregon State, Air Force, The Gophers tangle Saturday Iowa and Wyoming line up for with the Nationals, beaten by the the Far West Invitational in Cor- warroad Lakers Sunday, 7-1. It vallls, Ore. was the third, straight year the The Orange Bowl Tournament Lakers dominated the Nationals, starts at Miami next Monday with Minnesota showed its superior- NYU, Miami of Ohio and Tulane ity in offense last Saturday night joining the host Hurricanes Mis- against Dartmouth, but it was the sissippi State (7-0) joins Mary- losers' Dirk Frankenberg who got land, Memphis State and Loyola esprit decorps honors in the two- of New Orleans in the Sugar Bowl game series. at New Orleans the same night. The Gophers won 6-1 after John The 29th also is first-round day Mariucci's skaters locked up the In the Gator Bowl Tournament in contest with two first period goals Jacksonville, Fla., The Richmond by Murray Williamson. Invitational, and the Carrousel at in the second period, goalie Charlotte, N.C. Frankenberg took a hard shot from Gary Melnychuk on the lower right side of the head. The shot cut a gash in the Dartmouth player's ear requiring more than a dozen stitches. . But Frankenberg wouldn't quit. He asked the game be held unit was for 45 minutes—while doctors worked on him. He then returned to the nets—adding 18 saves to the 25 he posted in the . first two periods. Farmers Group Livestock Plan DOCGBJi low* (AFMfte National Farmers organisation (NfO) announced Sunday night that • new and revolutionary firm program for Midwest grain and livestock farmers won win be launched in this area. John Schultz, of Port Dodge, NtfO director, laid the farm program ha* been labeled "collective bargaining for agriculture." Schultz said that although the principal of the collective bargaining for agriculture ha* never been introduced in the Midwest b'efore, it has been used to great advantage in other region*. He said that as soon a* sufficient number of farmer* ha* joined the NfO, negotiations with processors of farm products would get under way. NFO organizer Wayne Laird of Otho', Iowa, said the collective bargaining program-if accepted by the farmer-^will be the answer to basic farm problems. WIATHIft FORECAST— Precipitation in the form of light showers and Matter* ed'snow will be confined tonight to the .upper Plateau region, with a few snow flakes forecast for western New York and western Pennsylvania and a few rain showers for the southern and eastern coasts of Texas. Relatively warm weath* er will dominate the eastern half of the nation and cooler weather will prevail elsewhere except for milder tempera* tures over the Southwest. (AP Wire- photo Map) • ' MARKET Predicts Cup Victory for Aussie Team In St. John, N.B., a merchant talked of setting a retail sales record. Another at montreal echoed his hopes. The merchandising outlook in the West is for volume about the Same or slightly better than last year, a Canadian Press survey shows. • T. H. Hamill, manager of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, said he feels "faith in the future" is reflected by the nationwide shoppers' assault on a mountain of goods ranging from ski poles to bath salts. D. V, Hicks, manager of the Calgary Down town Business Men's Assn., said sales are up 10 per cent over last year. The T. Eaton Co., at Winnipeg said, "business, is excellent and this year is close to a record in retail selling." The Hudson's Bay Co., a big western retailer, reports sales exhibiting "a • modest increase" over a record 1957. 8-Pound, 13-Ounce Boy for D. Crosbys SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)~ Dennis Crosby and his showgirl wife, Pat Sheehan, are the parents of an 8-pound, 13-ounce baby boy. The baby was born Sunday ,at St. John's Hospital. By WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer .«,« lwo penoas. BRISBANE, Australia (AP) Frankenberg kicked out 56 shots i Harry Hopman, Australia's wily in the opener which Dartmouth Davis Cup C8 P taln . «w the United lost 8-1. states route Italy in the interzone The Gophers' strength was evi-i" nal . ovw the weekend in Perth, denced by little Mike Doyle being' , he was far from impressed. "Australia should hold the - - - — —— 'f T" ww»««*w^ *W* V**U I through Saturday, Dec. 27. Minnesota: Temperatures - A .. _„_ 3QJ"[J average 10 to 15 degrees above!°ats „ Corn _'_ ' 8 5 called on for only 15 saves in the second game. Twice when Minne- sola was shorthanded by penalties, the Ivy League representative failed to get off a shot at him. Jim Rantz rang up the third Gopher tally in the second period when teammate Larry Johnson was sitting out his second penalty. Cup," the veteran tactician said complacently. "No doubt the Americans will improve in the next 10 days, but so will Ashley Cooper and Mai Anderson," Hopman, who brought the Cup back to Australia in 1951 and has seen it go overseas just once o& euuiig om nis second penalty. . -.-.—• juov i»n. c Roger Rovick, Stu Anderson andi? 00 *' began forma l. preparations Dave Rovick each scored for thejv* e challe "8 e ro "nd next Mon- Gophers in the third period I y ' Tuesday a nd Wednesday by Tom Wahman fired Dartmouth's' Sendinghis team of c °°Per, Anderson, Neale Fraser and Rod Laver through a light workout. the normal highs of 17 to 25; normal lows of 2 below to 9 above; warmer east Tuesday continued unseasonably mild thereafter with only minor day to day changes; little if any precipitation likely. Iowa: Temperatures will average 10 to 15 degrees above the normal highs of 25 to 34; normal lows of 7 to 15; warmer east Tuesday continued unseasonably mild thereafter with only minor day to day changes; little if any precipitation likely. only score on a pass from Bob Moore shortly before Rantz connected. Minnesota now is 6-2 in its overall Dartmouth series. College Basketball St. Johru (NY) 90, Virginia 71 i.oSaii« 84, West Kentucky va tit. Bonaventure 09, Duqueane 56 Fordham 88, Columbia 73 Boston College 74, Seton Hall 06 I'cnn State 78. Colgate 34 Vlllanova 74, Duke 67 Ohio Unlv 58. Cornell M (ot) Ohio Wealeyan M, Buffalo 6t 00 Canlstus 68, College of Pacific 59 Conn w, Manhattan 57 Vauderbllt 87, Dartmouth 71 Maryland M, Wake Forest 65 Georgia Tech 93, South Carolina 62 Al array (Ky) 80. MlaslMlppi CO Tulane 65, Centenary 55 Florida 78, Fla. Southern 63 Kanaaa State 68. St. Jcweptu Pa 55 Cincinnati 57, St. Loul* 50 NC state 66, Kanaai 63 Calif 68, Wisconsin S3 Butler 81, Tenn 66 JUlnoli 83. NYU 78 Michigan 82, Delaware 58 Dayton 68, Ea»t Kentucky 68 Mich SUte 80, Nebraska 55 Wlclill* 82, Southern Cal 70 Purdue 55. South Dakota 44 Miami (Ohio) 88, Pitt 75 Okla City 63, Iowa State 54 (ot) Urals e 78, Colo State Unlv 66 TuUa 84, Hardlu-Blmmons 78 Marquett* 70, Crelghtou 49 Valparaiso 96. West Michigan 59 Washington 81. Iowa 68 Evausvllle 86. DePaul 77 Detroit 68. West Ontario 51 SMU 67, Minnesota &3 Texas Tech 80, Missouri 70 New Mexico A&M 58, Rice 53 Oregon 8tat« 73. Indiana £9 .Stanford 53. San Francisco 45 Hrlghain Youag 75, Santa Clara 65 UCLA se. Colorado *4 UUli State 79. St. Mar}'* (Calif) 63 Idaho State 86, Arlzoua 53 UeuviT 64, Colo St. Coll 61 HegU 86, Loe Angele* Loyola 46 Pepperdlne 66, Whlttler SO Seattle Pacific 81, North Dakota «5 Eastern Wash 84, Alaska 64 Los Angelee St 93, Hawaii 6t FIGHT RESULTS MANILA — Leo r«UUned "M*»A4^a ~~ 4^W «V>'^.V»» AVI4WM«U his Philippine featherweight, title by outpolnUag Oil PlofM. U. NIANItA — L»«ry Pineda ref«in*d tii« Philippine flrwelght tltl« by out- pointing Via CSJDRO, 13. HOLLYWOOD, C»1U, — DwlgtU Huwklns. 121, Los Angeles, stopped P1-. Ml Burajas, 120. Tljuatui, Mexico. 7. OVADA^AJARA, Mexico — Kid Aii- »hiuc. Mexico, stopped Al Wllchtr, Califorola, 2 (featherweight*) j^^ Ix)gwti with Federico BUENOS A1KBB Havana, drew TUuwpson, US, Argentina. 10. Determine Headed for Auction Block LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Determine, winner of the 1954 Kentucky Derby, is heading for the auction block. The owning syndicate will put Determine on sale Jan. 6 at the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds. During his racing career Determine won $500,000. Ex-Fighter Wills, 66, Dies of Diabetes NEW YORK UP) - Harry Wills, 86, the Old Brown Panther of the 1920s who once received $50,000 for not fighting Jack Dempaey for the heavyweight boxing championship, died Sunday of diabetes. He fought more than 100 times in e 21-year career that started in 1911 in his home town, New Orleans. DENTER WINS Denver I* -, Denver Univer- Isity romped to t> 6-0 lead, then coasted to an 11-1 ice hockey triumph over the Edmonton 0 j 1 Kings in a loose contest that turned into a series of brawls Saturday night. SOME IMPROVEMENT ! FRESNO, Calif, w - violet Stiltner, a 152 average bowler, opened her series with a 127 game. H«r next score was 162. She ended the three-game scries with a SHAH GIVES LAND TEHRAN, Iraa W - Shah Mohammed Rega PahleviucUstributed nearly 7,000 acres of state land among 350 peanuts Sunday. It was the first suck distribution. 5-DAY FORECAST will 26.25-28.75; choice steers 1,100 lbs down up 28,00; a load of good and Monday, Dee. 22 ,19M choice 960 Ib steers 26.75; moat AusMn fonowln|1 "f 10 " rer * p * ld ** 8<»d steers 24.00-26.00 according B«rrnw« »nd outs to weight; two loads mixed choice faotwo 1 N °' 1 Is oo No ' 3 "id Prime 970-1,061 Ib heifers no-iso '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ISM 28.35-28.50; bulk good and choice 180.190 •"•"" • •- Holiday Sales Good in Canada • ' So-aso ;;;;;:;::i7:so::::i7:io::::i6^ merciaiOTW817 ' w - Z0 - 00 ; DUlltcan TORONTO (AP) - Business is 22 K "• %$""\i%""l}% ? C " a " d cutters 15.00-18.00; utili- good across Canada this Christ- CTO-MO "i::::^""'^"""!''*? £ and commercial bulls 22.50 - mas season zao-zeo 25.00; vealers 32.00 down; culls as •••MI? BWHfyviit OOA.I/Vi itf AA 1C sin A r nn * ^_~. .. '_. 196-220 ;;'.;::::'i8.4o ...lloo....™ helfers MM-MM! a load s&o ib 220-230 standard 24.00; utility' and com 230-240 ,17.80.... 17.40.... 17.00 mprr-inl rsniM 17nn9nnn. Knllr »<.« 240-250 17.M....17.10....1«7n merclal COWS 17.00-20.00; bUlk Can — — 16.00.... 15.60....15.20 l ow as 15 nn. .traitors anri fiuvrfat-c are priced ths same us snws of the 3-w> SK)CKer » an" leeaers jams wgt ciassfiicatinn scarce; no early sales of conse- PAritrvra firium . Grading 270-300 300-330 330-360 360-400 400-450 450-500 500-550 550-up PACKING SOWS Nn 1 No. 2 ...15.85..., 15.25. 15.40. ........15.15. 14.90. 14.40. ..13.90, HO. 3 I" 6 " 06 ' ............. .. 12.90... .12.50. ...13.10 Sheep 2,500; lambs strong to 50 ' 14*85 "teher; good to choice wooled *M!IO lambs 101-106 Ibs 17.50-19.75; four ....^.w.... ia .» decks at latter P rice : cul1 to lc >w ....13.40....13.00....12.00 good 14.50-17.00; good and choice 1 *l ftft 1 n Kl\ • n in .« • -""*j mostly choice 98-102 Ib No. 1 pelt shorn lambs 18.00-18.50; a small lot of choice 102 Ibs at 18.75; good and choice 115 Ib lambs with fall shorn pelts 17.00; cull to choice slaughter ewes 6.00-7.50. CHICAGO (AP) (USDA)-Live poultry no tone; Friday's receipts were 174,000 Ibs; wholesale buying prices 1 higher; caponettes STAGS Stags under 400 9.50 Stags 400-600 8.75 Stags over 600 7.75 Undtrflnlshed cull or filled hogs .ust be discounted socordlngly. AH bogs »r« subject to government Inspection 1958 SPRING LAMB MARKET Choice & Prime 19.50 Choice 19.00 OOOd 17.50-18.50 Medium 16,50-17.00 Common 12.00 down All buck ambs discounted $1 per hundred weight by grade. Lambs over over 4% Ibs 20^4-22: mostly 21 100 Ibs. discounted 20o per cwt per pound over 100. «,- VBAI, MARKET oantile Exchange-butter steadv Veal etlves of til weight, and class- re p p | nt . , njo ™; ,,7ulil ,7 •» ourohmed receipts 1,043,000; wholesale buy Oood'asK 0 wSaaso ing prices unchan sed; 93 score °tanVI 0 ^..:::.\":::::;.\1Iw:26M AA «>H; 92 A m^, 90 B 59%; Utility 180-230 IDS 22.50-24.00 89 C 59%; cars: 90 B oWi- 89 C Choice heavy 240-300 Ibs. ..27.50-28.50 Rnl/ ' ™' Oa U Oood heavy 240-300, Ibs. ..25.50-26.50 w ' 4 ' Culls all weight 10.00-18.50 W A cwT. 1VM ° w 3 °° lbs - ducounte(1 wholesale Veal calves will b« accepted at Austin until 9:30 a.m. Friday. No market on Saturday CATTLE MARKET 0. S. Prim* st*«rs Si yearling" 27.25-29.00 .................... 0 S Choice steers it year- n 0 8 Good steer* St year 25.25-27.50 ling* .................. . . .23.50-26.00 0 8 Standard steer* to yearlings . ...... . ........ 21 .25-23.75 All heifers 25 cents to 50 cento CWT under steer prices. All steers over in January. — — — —- v>vv* fft •vsira, «>>** QVCBif] UVC* !.'uc 0 oun 1 ted 8n . d cc h o e rd? n 'g^ er w 9 |rgn?'' "* A* 446; Sunday 365; supply modS: I: mimrc^w.?:?.."^:^ "™£ fT d f**" 1 "** firm nutter 15.50-1725 carlot track sales: Idaho russets ffiv. ri*. * »• . A. , J Pa? n |ulls "'M-18-M 3.45-3.50; Idaho bakers 3.95-4.00; " — ~w - —-3...*. Z=^J^*^^CT»jS^= : :a^r° l ffi:a^rtKS Die$ in GuB *«"""> AUSTIN GRAIN MARKET Soybeans , SOUTH ST.'pAUL,"M'inn."(AP) -(USDA)-Cattle 5,000; calves 2,000; trade active on slaughter steers and heifers; steers below 1100 lbs steady to strong; kinds 1100-1200 lbs fully steady and weights above 1200 lbs about steady; heifers steady to strong; limited cow marketing active and steady to strong; bulls unchanged; average to high choice 1124 lbs slaughter steers 27.50; most good and choice steers 25.50-27.00; load high choice 924 Ib heifers 27.75 Wisconsin: Temperatures will| bulk g°°d and choice heifers 25.50- «^« iuru\. im-J — (USDA) — average 8 degrees above the nor-i 26 - 50 ' load 10 93 Ib standard grade Butter offerings moderate; de - mfll VlifTriO nf O4 f/\ OO. «*«.«—.«! 1 WiW.Q 9250* fs>1>r rvntv%maM«; n l m*>nr4 AA(-:.. A mal highs of 24 to 28; normal lows of 6 to 12; warmer tonight and Tuesday with little day to day change thereafter; little or no precipitation expected. 2 Airmen Killed in Explosion of Mine NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Two British airmen were killed and a third wounded today -by a mine which blew up their Royal Air Force water truck in eastern Cyprus. , It was the first serious incident in the island since a ceasefire was proclaimed Nov. 22 by EOKA, the Greek Cypriot terrorist movement fighting British forces in demands for union with Greece. Postmen Get Request Not to Wet Packoge SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) The mailer of a Christmas package wanted to be sure the gift he was sending didn't get wet. Post office workers spotted this note on the outside of a package: "Postmaster: Please do not douse this package in water if ticking sounds are heard. Inside is a toy robot which may go into operation if the box is squeezed." WIDOW OF EX-SENATOR DIES PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP)-Mrs. Edith Stuyvesant (Dresser) Gerry, widow of former U.S. Sen. Peter G. Gerry and reportedly one of 'Rhode Island's wealthiest women, died Sunday. Her first husband was George Washington Vanderbilt, youngest son of William K. Vanderbilt. TURNS FIRST SHOVEL ATHENS, Greece I* - Ambassador James Riddleberger today turned the first shovel of earth for the modernistic new embassy the United States is building in this home of clasical architecture. cows 22.50; few commercial cows mand active, 19.50-20.00; cutter and utility bulls 21.50-23.50; commercial and good good and choice 24.00-28.00; stocker and feeder classes steady package good and choice 923 Ib °°°fleshy feeder steers 29.50; good 16.50-18.00; 1, 2 and 3 160-190 Ibs 17.50-18.75; 1, 2 and 3 sows 270 550 lbs 13.00-15.50; some 3 sows ceipts (2 days) 20,700. . of heavier weights 12.00^12.75; choice 17.00-17.50. Eggs firm; receipts 16,700; holesale buying prices unchanged to 14 higher; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 40; mixed 40; mediums 33; standards 35; dirties 32H; checks 31%; current receipts unquoted. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Potatoes: arrivals 192; on track 228; total U.S. shipments for Fri- .. North Dakota Red River Valley pontiacs 3.90-4.00. Ike May Have New Budget in Final Shape WASHINGTON (AP)-President Eisenhower all but finished work on the new governmental budget today. He may have it into final shape before the day is over. Press secretary James C. Hagerty told reporters the defense thing like half the total, is pretty much finished. Eisenhower conferred this morning with members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary of Defense Neil H. McElroy and Dep. Secretary Donald A. Queries. Hagerty said he was unable to discuss the meeting beyond saying it concerned defense matters. The President plans to spend the week after Christmas at his country estate at Gettysburg, Pa., devoting some time to the budget message, the annual State of the Union message to Congress and the annual economic report to the lawmakers. Clinton Rail Shops to Have Big Year CHICAGO CAP) - The Chicago and North Western Railway says its Clinton, Iowa, shops will operate at full capacity in 1959 in a program to rebuild and repair almost 8,000 freight cars at a cost of nine million dollars. Employment will be increased from the present 400 to 650, the line said. President C. J. Fitzpatrick, who announced the program Sunday, said it will begin the first week SERVICEMEN ftrd Lt. George fc, Nelson, son of nf* Mr. and Mrs. i.<feor*e M. N«l- loft, Rose Creek, has reported to Vance AFB, Okla. lor bftsio single- engine Jet pilot training. Upon successful [completion of training in June, Lt. Nelson will be Nelioii given his pilot wings as an Air Force pilot. Lt. Nelson, a University of Minnesota degree holder in business administration, took the first phase of hi* pilot training at Balnbridge AFB, Ga. Eugene J. Novak, ton of Mrs. Martin Novak, 711 Oak, St., has completed boot training with the Navy at San Diego, Cal* f. Address: Eugene J. Novak, A, Division X, USS Prairie AD- 1$, c/o FPO, Francisco, Calif. Widow's Daughter •Hfc. • _ .^m. f . _ GEORGETOWN, Minn. (AP)A Clay County woman widowed Snow Royalty Named at Spring Volley SPftlNO VALLEY, Minn. - Karon Hasten and Jim Grabsu were crowned »now queen and king at Spring Valley High School's winter formal Saturday. Named attendants were Joan Anderson, Diane Bouscien, Barbara Kruegel and Karen Bock, and Roger Hintze, Lyle Kruegel and Guenther Hedderich. A large number attended the formal dance, which was sponsored by the National Honor Society. Hosborgen Speaks ot Rural Youth Meet Don Hasbargen, Mower County extension agent, spoke to the Rural Youth Christmas banquet Tuesday. A ridiculous gift exchange was held. OVERHEATED STOVE Firemen were called to the garage of Harry Hadden, Lansing, about 1:15 p.m. Sunday. A atove in the garage overheated. * USIN Novak (Continued fwm Pafi I) Past Noble Grands Party at LeRoy The LeRoy Past Noble Grand club held a Christmas party Thursday evening at the Casper Wolthoff home. Co-hoiteii was MM. Leonard Okianen. The program included a quiz by Mrs. Donald McOilllvray Jr., accordion selections by Barbara Ma- thrfa and a reading by Bonnie Wolthoff. The club presented a gift to Mrs. George Volkart In observance of her silver 1 wedding anniversary. Mrs. Elmer McRoberts will entertain in January. FORMER AUSTINITE HERE George Felch, former Austinite, now of Bemidji, has been a guest of Lew Lewis, 10S W. Allegheney. NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA)-! Iast year lost her dau shter in a Dressed poultry steady; turkeys, ! gun accident Sunday, fresh, ice packed, fryer-roasters! Jamce Marie Loe ' ^6 daughter _.._•. _._. * AS? HjTu.. A If A_ J t J; _ .1 _ P » i 6-10 Ibs 34^-35, young hens 10-12 Ibs 37%-38, 12-14 Ibs 36V4-37, -14-16 Ibs 35-36; 16-18 Ibs 32-33, young toms 18-20 Ibs 30>,i-31, 20-24 Ibs of Mrs. Alfred Loe, died of a chest wound from a 12 gauge shotgun. John Knapp, Clay County coroner, said Janice's brother, Al"»•••*» ***««/ tua UU7Z"QA« «£U"*v*t IDS '— * ••-••«• v »»>»w w ui\f*n\.t ^ a»i~ 30-31, 24-28 lbs and up 31-32; i fred ' 12 > was loading the gun when onilflhe ina nanU&y4 M « : * - if: dlRrhflrcrprl nnniHanfatNf squabs, ice packed, price per pound in one dozen units, 11 lbs and up 90-1.OO, 1 mostly 95-1.00, 9-10 lbs 85-90; ducks, long island, crates fresh ice packed 27-29, frozen ready-to-cook 39Va-42. NEW YORK (AP) — (USDA) Receipts (2 days) 850,000. Wholesale prices on bulk car- 22.00-23.50; vealers steady to 1.00 tons (fresh). ! higher; good and low choice 29.00- Creamery, 93 score (AA) 62 1 /;!33.00; average to high choice 34.00- 62 % cents; 92 score (A) BP/i-ea'.-i; 36.00; slaughter calves steady; 90 score (B) 62Vi-62',2. Cheese offerings adequate; demand good; receipts (2 days) 104,- it discharged accidentally. Mrs. Loe farms seven miles northeast of Georgetown. FIREMEN ANSWER CALL Someone at 703 N. Fourth smelled smoke shortly after noon today and called the Fire Dept. Firemen found no fire and were unable to determine the origin of the alleged smell of smoke. STOCKS NEW YORK (AP) - 1 p.m. Stocks: Wholesale sales, Abbott L Allied Ch 92^4 amerlcan i Allied Sirs 53'i , ~- i QWVU —-— HM*VU, M t*i v. i ll<dll : A11t«/1 Of and choice steer calves 32.00-35.00. cheese (whole milk); single dai-, VY,,^ 1 , Hogs 11,000; barrows and gilts «!*• freah 37tt-39& cents; single f 11 ™ 1 a»vmi+ o4n A J.* —iit_ •»•* «i * _!_••__ ..__. _. ° AmPT*flf1n — . - -, — —.. v *. w H**\4 £**bo ~-— «*•»»• w* /«-ui/ fit vwifca, jMJjgit; about steady with Friday's aver- daisies aged 48-51; flats aged 48- age; sows steady; 1, 2 and 3 most- 52; processed American pasteur- ly 2 and 3 190-240 Ib barrows and i»ed 5 lbs 36Vi-38ii; domestic gilts 17.75-18.75; 1 and 2 hogs Swiss (wheels) grade "A" 45-5219.00-19.50; 2 and 3 240-300 lbs grade "B" 43-49 grade "C" 42-56 . Wholesale egg offerings moderate; demand active today, re(Wholesale selling prices based — ' O " • •• »«••*"• **t(V| •*••»•—•»•"•»••»* i*V*4*tl£ J/l 1UCO UCtOCU feeder pigs steady; good and on exchange and other volume sales.) Sheep 2,000; trade not estab-| New York spot quotations fol- Ches&O Intl Paper Jones & L Ken'cott Lor'lrd Lukens Stl Minn MM Minn D &L Mon Chm Mon Dk U Mon Wrd Nat Dy Pr No Am Av Boeing Air 45% Nor Pac Case JI Celanese Amerada 1C1 Am Can 49 a i Am Mtrs — AT&T 221'i Anac Co 59Mi Armco Stl 65V4 Armour Beth Steel 69 108 33 M: 38^4 40V4 47 44 lislied. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) - Butcher hog prices were 25 to 50 cents higher 5U>/4 60 Nor St Pw 28% Norw Airl 66 Penney Phil Pet .Pure Oil Radio Crp - - " " -— " w »*v»*w» (uglier [ —» »»"•!»« (ticiuuui <M-*2 - o;**?; \^inca iJvi; ou Rep Steel today. Sows were steady to 25 i smalls 30Vi-3Ui; standards large ComwEd 54 Key Tob B nlsTiiPP i QQ-41 • stliA A l...« «r- <ini • !-• — i •••» • « .* Rich Oil Sears Roe Shell Oil Sine Oil Soc Mob St Brands low: includes midwestern: [CMSPP Mixed colors: extras (48-50 lbs) Chi&NW Chrysler Cities Svc „. Sows were steady to 25ism al ls 30Vi-3Ui; standards large Neher. . j 39-41; checks 37-38',.. i Cons Ed Slaughter steers were strong toj Whites: extras (48-50 lbs) 44'i-'contCaa 22 27 111 47 42-44; extras large (45-48 Ibs) 41Vi 42; extras medium 33\i - 34Vj; 44 74l4 as higher; vealers much as down „. Wooled slaughter lambs were strong to 50 cents higher with good' M to choice grades bringing $17.50 61 3 i 5ti'a Ul',8 97 extras large (45-48 lbs) 44-ContOU 44%; extras medium SS'-So. IDeere Browns: extras (48-50 lbs) 43-1Douglas iDowChem 75 CHICAGO (AP)-(usDA)-Ho g .s Is Burglor's Foult 11,000; butchers steady to mostly 25 higher; 2-a 200-225 Ib butchere ST ' LOUIS (AP) ~ A dru « firm 19.00-19.50; largely 19.25 "" '" Firestone Ford Mtr Gen Elec Gen Foods 132'i 49 74 St Oil NJ Stud Pack Sunray 81 G4V4 47% 67 "iz 57% 45 J 4 55% 27 47% jgUQ.ihas a serious vitamin deficiency. *~ several hundred head "mostly 12 i ' A bur 8 la '' took 16,000 vitamin | GenMtrs 190-225 lb« 19.75-20.00; 2s around ipiU * from the Abbo " Dru « Co.! fi<vv1 '"' h 230 lbs 19.25; 2-3 260-280 lbs 1750 I° ffice< He didn>t steal anything! 18.25; 3s around 300 lbs 1700 ! else ' The pllls were valued at'9 tNorR y M Swift & Co 33 Vi Texas Co Truax Tra 20% 44 >».«.», ua oivuuif ^yu jog 17.00 .! 17.25; mixed grade 330-400 Ib sows!* 1 ' 000 ' 14.50-15.75; 400-550 lbs 13.25-14 75 I Cattle 16,000; calves 100; re-! ceipts lowest for a Monday mar-; CARACAS, Venezuela * ifAt cinrtA 1>^»i A ;i .1 i > i .... VENEZUELA TAX HLBTS , • - --•- — « *r+v+s*nij uicii' \ ^-*^i\*Tiv^r*o, veuc%ucia urt —• AI ket since last April; steers un-j sudden lu per cent hike iu income evenly strong to as much as 1.00 i taxes decreed by the government higher; a load prime 1,125 Ib | will hurt iudustial development in steers 2y.25; better than six loads Venezuela, a spokesman for a ma- prime 1,150-1,350 lbs 29.00; bulk jor U. S. oil company said Sunday choice and prime 1,350 lbs down i night. Un Pac U S Rub U S Steei West Un Wests £1 Yug S & George A. Borael * Co. Common Stwlt (Wriftat Wells * Co.) Greyhound Homestk Inland Stl 140U' IBMach 494 45}. 32% 69 64 56 Marine Cpl. Robert D. Wilherson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wilherson, Austin Rt. 2, and Marine S(t. C. A. Klasgy, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Klassy, 205 Courtland, took part in a hell- copter landing exercise Dec. 8-12 with members of the 1st Marine Regiment's 1st Battalion, an infantry organization of the 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, Cal- 'The battalion, with other sup. porting units, was heli-lifted to simulated combat areas on San Clemente Island and Camp Pendleton from the helicopter carrier USS Thetis Bay. The helicopter landing exercise, nick-name HELILEX, was a joint Marine Corps-Navy operation exploiting the Corps' vertical maneu- verabilities in modern warfare. Craig D. Young, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delvin J. Young, Spring Valley, was promoted to specialist four on Okinawa, where he is a member of the Machinate Signal Detachment. Specialist Young entered the Army in July 1957 and completed basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. A 1951 graduate of Spring Valley High School, he was gradual- ed from the University of Minnesota in 1956. Young is a former teacher at Wykoff High School. Army PFV Dorrell P. Morgan,! son of Mrs. Virginia R. Morgan, 707 Hope, spent a 10-day leave j in Paris. Morgan is regularly assigned as j a rifleman in Co. D., 24th Division's 187th Infantry, in Augusburg, | Germany. He entered the Army In Octo-1 ber 1956 and arrived in Europe in June 1957. The 20-year-old soldier attended Austin (Tex.) High|| School. Pvt» 2-c Harry T. Hansen, grand-1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crowder, 302 Slavin, is spending! Christmas leave at their home. He is stationed with the Army Security Agents, MP, Arlington Hall, Va. . Courthouse to Be Closed for Funeral The Mower County Courthouse! will be closed from 8:30 to 10:30 j a.m. Tuesday during the funeral services for Joseph Reinartz, father of Mower County Sheriff Alj Reinartz. Oregon Centennial Stomp Out Feb. 14 A four • cent postage stamp commemorating the statehood centennial of Oregon will be released by the Post Office Dept. at Astoria, Ore., Feb. 14, and in Austin and other offices the next day, Postmaster Elmer Requa said today. The stamp depicts a covered wagon and Mt. Hood. • First-day covers can be obtained by sending self-addressed envelopes and check or money order to the Astoria Postmaster. Quiz Forgo Youths on Theft of Autos , BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP) — Two JFargo youths were held in the (county jail here today for ques- jtioning in connection with theft of ia car owned by a brother of one | of the men. : The Minnesota Highway Patrol j reported Vernon Leifts, 18, and Richard McDowell, 19, were ap- iprehended Sunday after a high [speed chase between Bagley and 'Bemidji. ) The stolen car report was filed I by McDowell's 23-year-old brother, Terrence, of Fargo. t Santa lends a Hand to Dairy Cow Mural BELLFLOWER, Calif. (AP)-A class of second graders at the Ernie Pyle school wanted Christmas scenery in their room but it seemed a shame to take down their line dairy cow mural. They had painted a series oi cows while studying the dairy industry. The children finally solved the problem. They drew in § series uf Santa Clauses milking the cows. General Electric MAJOR APPLIANCES WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES REFRIGERATORS - TV - Moke It a White Christmas No Payment Until March 1st- '59 CLEVELAND'S ACE HARDWARE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ CHRISTMAS TREE PROGRAM •t tht) SALVATION ARMY CITADEL 418 East Bridge Street Tonight December 22nd 7:30 p.m. Recitations, Christmas Carols and Special Instrumental Music KAUS Broadcasts at the Citadel Tonight 8:30 to 9:00 p.m. MR. GEORGE" REFPI, Chairman fcy Solvotfefl Army A4viiory Boorc* YULETIDE SPECIALS •t your "Rent 'N Save" Rent-All Lefst Grills Dpy ..... Coffe* Server Set*' Include* Pot, CfMinor, Sufjcr «nd Tray. £4 RA For Mt Mr <f«y 0 liUU Get Your Reservations in Early for Tables & Chairs Par D«y Each lUC Low At $1iOO Day $1.00 £ 75e Par Day $1i50 Atiorted Dinnerware, Glassware & Flatware Also many athar itoms to maka your Christmas entertaining mora onioyabla, such a* Floor Polishon, Rug Shampoo Machinal and • full lino of Polishes, Waxes and Cleaners. "RENT 'N SAVE" RENT-ALL 1000 E. Water Auttin, Minn. , HE 3-9172 '"Tht Mi Rtd HodMon Ea»t Water St." RENT THEM and SAVE Folding Chairs Rollaway Beds At Baby Cribs A , Uw A , Card Tables Par D . y Punch Bowls In Your Hour of Need . The courteous, depend' able i t • f f of Worlein'f give careful attention to all details in your hour of need. Traditionally fin* Worlein services are within the budget range of all families. 606 Lansing Avenut Hemlock 3-5000

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