The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 29, 1958 · Page 14
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 14

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 29, 1958
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14 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAID | Monday, Dte, 29, 1958 GHOULRY — Wearing one of his weird jewelry designs — an eye and eyebrow mounted on a patch-—Sam Kramer bones up on history in his Greenwich Village apartment in New York City. Sam didn't design the skull. It's a pre-Columbian breast- piece he found in New Mexico. Glove Is Lone Clue in Search for Family of 5 PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - A black cloth glove provided police with their lone lead u the search for a Portland family of five entered its fourth week today. The glove was found Sunday on a highway shoulder near the site of an abandoned car about 45 miles east of here. Police showed the glove to relatives, and one said it might have belonged to Mrs. Ken Martin, 48. Police planned to. show it to more of the family's friends today. Out to Find Tree Mrs. Martin, her husband, 54.' and their three daughters vanishedi Dec. 7 after setting out in their j car to find a Christmas tree. The girls are Barbara, 14; Virginia, 13; and Sue, 11. . j In New York, the Martins' only j son, Donald, 28, said he was convinced his parents and listers were dead. Sgt. Walter Jahn of the Multnomah County sheriff's office showed the glove to a number of relatives and friends, but none could identify it positively. Jahn said, however, that Mrs. H. A. Dorsey, a sister of Martin, said, "It was the type of glove Mrs. Martin would normally wear." Parked Along Highway Police said witnesses had reported seeing the abandoned car, reported stolen from Venice, Calif., parked along the highway near Cascade Locks since Dec. S—the day after the family vanished. It was in a recheck of that area —where Martin had purchased gasoline with a credit card Dec. 7 —that the glove was found IS^feet from where the car wan abandoned. Police have speculated that Martin's red and whit* station wagon might have plunged into an isolated canyon or river. The credit card purchase was the only thing to pin-point the family's movements. Mother Waits Trial in Death of Her Baby SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) —A young mother accused of slapping to death her 2-month-old daughter faced a first degree manslaughter charge today. Mrs. Jule Henrietta Goers, 19, was charged Saturday. Police said she admitted that she slapped the child, Betty Ann, to stop her from crying and waking another Goers' baby. The mother waived preliminary hearing in municipal court here and was bound over to Dakota. County District Court. j Mrs. Goers' husband, Edward; A., 20, was at hi* meat packing; job at the time of the alleged! slapping. An autopsy showed the child died of a skull fracture and hemor- ruaging. STORE HOURS-OPEN DAILY 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.-SUNDAY 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. NEW YEARS TT A I It NATIONAL FOOD STORES •••••^ ' N ^^^^^B^BjBBpjsssKsss^ TOEVERYONE! SERVE YOUR FRIENDS a TENDER SIZZLING STEAK From NATIONAL ICKED BT A DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE NATIONAL'S 3-STAR * * * CORN-FED Specially StUcttd fcy Gee. A. Hermtl fr Co. THESE ARE NO ORDINARY STEAKS ROUND T-BONE, SIRLOIN or t SS& Lb. FRESH ALL MEAT GROUND BEEF " MIW R'V' IUFFET LUNCHEON ' * * ' SPICED 59 C I NATIONAL'S 3-STAR BRAUNSCHWEIGER ......... u, •UDDIfS SLICID SMOKED BEEF .............. ' COIN-FED HIP WHOLE STANDING Cut and Wrapped for Your Frcntr at No Iitra Coit HORMEL DAIRY M Ready to Sorvo WHOLE or SHANK HALF 12 to 1* Lb. Avf. Lb. ' HORMEL ••"•—-_ Boneless, Fully Cook*? " > — Canned HAMS Wt Reservo fd« Right to Limit Quantitlci 'NATCO' BEVERAGES Your Choice of 10 Delicious Flavors In Handy Throw-Away Bottles CROSSROADS •^•^ ^™ ^ BMW MBB ••§ JUICE 11 'PICTSWEET APPLE, CHERRY or PEACH PIES Frozen—Bake and Serve 14-01. • • • Jar lO-oi. OC« Jar 30 ' HAZEL—Jumbo QUEEN OLIVES . NATCO {STUFFED OLIVES •RYANT-Rlid Watermelon Pickles • STOKELY—SWEET to HOUE CHIPS '£•• 37" 8 HIINZ-MLIJHIS. HAMIURGER .r " NOT DOG 11 * OI> QU C f " wm • • • Jar wO NATCO-SLICED CHEESE .PimitMto or AmtrkM ••01. f. x-» i W* fa.« WHITI er .... YILLOW MIXED NUTS ST79 0 ' SALTEP VIRGINIA ^PLANTER'S PEANUTS 'lOODY ROY POPCORN I ALENCOVI 'MILK CHOCOLATE „ IIIN ANNI 'Choc. Cov, Cherries. CHEF IOY.AR.DEE -PIZZA MIX .. 'V;r 49- Full Lb. •• • Box IO'/4-oz. Box 49' SALERNO SALTINES RYOLA HARDTACK INAB.SCO WHEAT THINS ROLD GOLD FRUIT COCKTAIL ZEPHYR—Salad CHERRIES SUNSHINE . HI-HO CRACKERS ORANGE PRINK HI-C ORANGE ... •Ib. 4'/2.oi. Can *o- 2Va QQC l-oi. Can O*J lOVj-oi. MAC - Jar £%J 16>oi. 46-ci. Can 33' RAST fOINT OYSTERS GULP IELLE—Large SHRIMP TOP TASTI LUNCHEON MEAT.... ^ "ITALIAN STYLE FOODS" JENO'S—lOc Off Dial U-oi. SPAGHETTI SAUCE with Meat Can , JENO'S^Divldcr Pak—20e O« Deal SPAGHETTI ITALIANO ISVa-os. with MEAT SAUCE Can JENO'S—Divider Pak—lOc Off Deal PIZZA MIX with 17.01. PIZZA SAUCE Can JENO'S—Divider Pak 17-ox. PIZZA with PEPPERONI Pkg. "LAZY SUE" POTATO CHIPS i-Lb. A Ac Bag GRAPE FRUIT ftrvt with Kraft Chip Dipt mrr-om Pi«u* RUBY DIP... KRAFT^ttady Dip BLUE CHEESE Dif TEXAS-Marsh Seedless RED or WHITE Thin Skin—Heavy with Vitamin Packed Jutct Your Co.

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