The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 30, 1958 · Page 7
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Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 30, 1958
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' I "" f :f VITAL STATISTICS Births I f irrr ' . in Mr. i Mrs. Charles Beeman, Austin; hn member.of the I,,msn.K Co-op grandmother, Mrs. Mavie Johnson, 'Dairy Assn., and a director for AT ST. 01..AF HOSPITAL [spring Grove. Minn.: six nieces; 20 years. He served on the Lans- Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Schied. one nephew. She was preceded in '"R Township board 24 years and, 107 W. Wlnona, son, Dec. 30. j death by two brothers, Donald and for 20 years, was a member ot' Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hanna, Rodney! the Lansing Farmers Elevator Co. WTO E. Water, daughter, Dec. 29. j funeral services were held Dec Mr. RelnArtz died Dec. 21. Pu- Mr. ind Mr». Donald Saltier,'in, at the Worlein Funeral Hometneral services were held at n a.m. 1209 Padden. son. Dec. 30. : W ith the R ev . Mr. SchreilmuellerJDec. 23. at St. Augustine Church! Mr. and Mr*. Morton Kcllogg. officiating. Interment was in ! the Rev. Richard Maher official- Taopi, daughter, Dec. 29 , Spring Grove Cemetery, S p ri n g ing. Interment was in Calvary Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Anderley, Grove. '- • - 1.1UI E. Winona, ton, Dec. 29. Mr. and Mr». Robert Truelove, Austin Rt. 1, son, Dec. 30. Ot'TSIOK OF AUSTIN j Cemetery with the Mayer Funer al Home in charge of arrangements. He is survived by seven child- 1899 George Nenbiiner 19SR Oeorge R. Neubauer was born March 24. 1899. at Dexter. lhe !;rMli sisler Qervase and Mrs. Hu- Pfe. and Mr*. Eldon Hueniann.; son of Charles and Augusta Neu-| bert Vrooman (Helen), Rochester. Killeen, Texas, daughter, Dec. 30.j baiier ' (Ben, Albert and Mrs. Earl Miller She is the former Jean Anderson,! He was confirmed March 31. i(i rer ,e), Austin .Lawrence of She- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius j 1912 > at St - John's Lutheran jboygan, Wis., and Henry of Rock- Anderson, Austin Rt. 1. and he 'Church. Elkton. For several years,, well City Iowa . a sister Miss Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry!he farmed west of Dexter on thej Anna R e i nartz , R OS e Creek; 14 home place. He worked at the grandchildren; 15 great-grandchil- John Deere factory in Waterloo. dren _ Two children, Mrs. E. L. Huemann, Adams. Deaths jlowa, the past 25 years and service! with the Army during World LEA ANN MYERS j War n Funeral services for Lea Ann i Mr. Neubauer passed away Myers, infant daughter of Mr. and , Dec. lf>. at Raymond's Rest Mrs. Ben Myers, Riceville, Iowa, Haven. He is survived by four Murphy (Josephine) and Leonard, preceded him in death. Out - of - town persons attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reinartz, Sheboy^ WHERE CUBA'S BATTLE CONTINUES — City of Santa Clara (1), capital of Cuba's Las Villas province, is objective of rebel attacks as insurgents seek to cut the country in two. In Oriente province in far eastern Cuba, Santiago (2) remains objective of main rebel forces. Camaguey province, between Oriente and Las Villas, has been the scene of scattered rebel raids. (AP Wirephoto Map) were held at Riverside Cemetery,' sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Lindeman, Riceville, Friday. JMrs, George Shafer (Marie), Annai.... Lea Ann was bom Christmas, Neubauer, Waterloo, and Mrs. Day at the Riceville Hospital, but!Martha White, Portland, Ore.; four lived just a short time. The Myers Brothers, Herman of Fergus Falls, Minn., Fred and Walter of Austin. Hugo of New Ulm. gan; Henry Reinartz, Rockwell Madison - have one other child, a boy. Obituaries Frederlka Gehloff 1958 1885 Funeral services were held alj 2 p.m. Dec. 18, at the Worlein Funeral Home, with interment at Card of Thanks I wish to express my deep appreciation and sincere thanks to [friends and neighbors for all the driving 65 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone. $30. CUBA George P. Walk, Little Cedar. Iowa, failing to stop for a red light, forfeit $10. Richard A. Blagsvedt, Winona 'showdown battle. Carhop Says That She Was Asked to Kill VENTURA', Calif. (At»)-A brunette carhop says Mr*. Elizabeth Duncan asked her to kill Mrs. Duncan's daughter-in-law. • Mrs. Barbara Jean Reed, 27, said Monday she had told ft secret grand jury hearing here last week about the offer. Three other persons also told the graqd jury of such offers. Rudolph Romero, a kitchen helper, said he told the jury Mrs. Duncan, -54, had offered him $2,500 to kill Mrs. Olga Duncan, 30, put her body In a bathtub, and pour lye over it. Augustine Baldonado and Luis Moya informed the jury Mrs. Duncan had offered them $6,000 to kidnap, kill, and bury the estranged wife of Mrs. Duncan's son, Frank. Mrs. Reed and Romero said they had turned down the offer. Authorities said Baldonado and Moya had accepted, then kid- GIFT RIFLE USED TO SLAY WIFE--EdwinLWillard,21, Argentina Up Against 2 Years of Austerity BUENOS AIRtS (AP) - Argil- tlni today -faced two years of austteHty in an effort to recover prosperity burned up by living beyond her income. ^President Arturo Frondizi outlined the hardship program in a nationwide broadcast Monday night. He said' it would mean higher prices, less meat and eon- surfer goods, fewer government jobs and tnore free enterprise. Devalued Peso FroixHzl In effect devalued^ the peso by freeing it from exchange controls to {ind its own level. It IOWA NEWS SHAME EVERY DRIVER DBS MOINES Ml - "The death toll figures alone (13 persons died (Continued from Pnge li naped throttled, beaten and bur-, j n fchecked shirt, puts on his ion Iowa highways during the long confident of beating Castro in any iefd the nurse near " lonelv roa d| jacket as he leaves police XT/M* 1O ... .. . . ' ,Nov. 18. station with a detective ear- running a stop sign, forfeited $10. | In New Orleans, Dalta Air Lines i ™e Brand jury indicted Baldo- |y today after he was taken William Riemerman, 707 N. Sec- j said armed Cuban police dragged nado ' Mo ? a and Mrs - Duncan on. j nro custody on charges of , ond, operating vehicle left -of the j two protesting American citizens, 8 ™ urt l er char S e fatally shooting his wife, Frederika Marie Gehloff, daugh.; st . John - s Lutheran Church Ceme- ter of Christoph and Katrina Kahler J tery, Elkton, the Rev. B. E. Pet- Schieck, was born in Waltham '• r \ c \- officiating. Township, Mower County, Aug. i 25, 1885. She was baptized and! 1875 Frank Bagley 1958 confirmed at Trinity Church, Waltham. , , center line in overtaking and pass- from a plane that stopped in Ha-i The distnc ' attorney said Mrs. I Jeannetre, 21, with a rifle cards, flowers, gifts, prayers and j ing another vehicle when the left vana Monday on a night from (Duncan apparently had plotted i s he had given him Christ- visits while I was a patient at St.;side was not clearly visible and! Jamaica ,01ga's death because she was m as The shootina followed Lutheran j Frank Leslie Bagley, son of Mur-; Dr. Harold Anderson, Doctors Lommen and Lommen and Dr. Roberts for their splendid medical service; to Pastor Swenson, Haugen, Braaten and Knutson for iray and Betsy Ann Bradish Bag-| their comforting visits and prav . On Sept. B, 1914, she was united:ley, was born at Pleasant Grove.l ers . to the nurses and nurs€s aids In marriage to Max Gehloff, Was-1 Minn., March 25, 1875, and passed j on secO nd floor for their wonderful eca, at Trinity Lutheran Church,'away at St. Olaf Hospital. Austin,j care and t ne Q ray L ad ies for their "Dec. 24, 1958, at the age of 83 j kindly visits. Your kindnesses will years. j always be kept in grateful remem- On May 22, 1894, he was united brance. May God richly bless each in marriage with Julia Ingvalson j a nd every one. in Udolpho Township. They mov- Waltham, by Pastor C. A. At- felt. Three children were born to this union. The first 11 years of their married life, they resided in Waseca and moved back to the home farm, near Waltham, in 1925, where she has resided since that time. Her husband preceded her in death on Jan. 10, 1950. Mrs. Gehloff passed away at St. Olaf Hospital, Dec. 24, following • lingering illness. She is survived by two sons, Christ and Max Gehloff, Waltham; one daughter, Marie (Mrs. Laurel Day), Brownsdale; one sister, Mrs. Anna Hoffman, Merril, Wis.; .two brothers, Christ Sen- ieck, Waseca, tnd George Schieck, Austin Rt. 5; six grandchil-i ed to Austin 38 years ago and] resided at 306 Vine St. Mrs. Bag Mrs. S. Berven wish to thank our relatives, mas. The shooting followed an argument- in which Willard was quoted as saying his . .. . , .... - ...._ .— ,. . , , , . wife was shot when he mere- innocent, trial 9 a.m. Monday. not imme diately available. An > u * d to see each other after «sp-! ly intended frightening her. Moil Tnortralonn uisi/\mir*rr Dnn! ... ...... . _ _ , at*aHnar ; * & *•. —.. *•* _ » ^ Olaf Hospital. A special thanks to,free of oncoming traffic, $25. The airline identified the two J ealous °* tne n "rse. The girl's Frank M. Haskins, 201 N. Sev- as LOUIS F. Brantley and James marria 8 e to Duncan lasted only enth, running a stop sign, pleaded I w , Re id. Their home towns were two weeks - but the cou P le con ' Neil Ingvalson, Blooming Prai- airline o{ficial ,„ Manta sa ' id he iarating ' tie, no driver's license, in posses- had been told the men made un . (AP Photofax) sion, $5. 5, drunken driving, $100, and his driver's license revoked. Mary T. P. Lewis, 1201 S. Kenwood, running a red light, forfeit $10. complimentary remarks about the! FIT OF TEMPER • ; H Cuban political situation in the Havana airport lobby. Stewardesses Knocked Down After the passengers reboarded the plane, four armed plainclothes men entered it, knocked down . . ley passed away in November,!'" 611 ^ 3 an ^ neighbors for their 1957, imany acts of kindness shown us Mr. and Mrs. Bagley were al-! durin S the recent illness and death . ways enthusiastic baseball fans and of our b 6 ' 07 ^ mother and grand- attended all the Austin baU games mother - SP 60 ' 31 thanks to Rev ' as long as their health permit- ! Paul F "«terich for his calls, Rob Anthony J. Lipovsky, 2319 E. T' T ' , QOWn * Hope, no driver's license in pos- ° f the three stewardesses, threat-! session, $5 suspended, Guin Neatherlin, Albert Lea, no driver's license in possession, $5, and failing to yield the right of way, $15. /OVYG Driver Fined and Loses License ted. He is survived by one son, Elmer of Austin; four daughters, ! ert Holtz for his comforting words, 'Gary Clayton, organist and Sandra Wollenburg, soloist. Special Mrs. Charles Peterson (Cora), Blooming Prairie, Mrs. Archie Miller (Albertha), West Allis, Wis., Mrs. Edna Wikoren, Rockford, 111., and Mrs. Hazel Thompson, Glendale, Ariz.; six grand- Funeral services were held at 31 children; 10 great-grandchildren. p.m. Saturday, Dec. 27, at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel, Robert Hoist officiating. Interment was He was preceded in death by a son and daughter. Funeral services were held Sat- •t Grandview Memorial Gardens. ' urday, Dec. 27, at 1 p.m. at the She wtf a kind and loving moth- j Jordan Mortuary Chapel with the er and will be greatly missed by j Rev. Arthur L. Swenson official- all who knew her. j ing. Interment w a s at Udolpho 1 Cemetery. The bearers were Er- 1$M Brenda Johnson 1958 , nest Bachan, Donald Wikoren, Don- Brenda Jean Johnson, In-! aid Anderson, Allen Mortenson, ni. J*.«.»v.i.,«. u _* »» ____ i j ___ _»»»»;_____ _ . f fant daughter of Harold and Maipa Johnson, was born at St. Olaf Hospital, Austin, Sept. 28, 1958. She passed away on Dec. 16, at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, at the age of 11 weeks and 2 days. She was baptized at Grace Lutheran Church by the Rev.'S. M. Schreitmueller on Oct. 19. Left to survive her passing are her parents; two sisters, Mrs. Cyril Horihan, Rochester, and Eddie True and Wayne Klinefelter. 1865 Joseph Reinartz 1958 Joseph Reinartz was born Aug. 3, 1865, at Nenno, Wis.. the son of Joseph Reinartz and Threasa Ulwelling. With his parents, he moved to Rose Creek at an «arly age. On Sept. 24, 1891, he was united in marriage with Anna Schnorenburg at Rose Creek. He farmed south AUSTIN DRUG Op%n New Year's Eve Till 10 P.M.; Open All Day New Year's Day Till 10 p.m. TUS; WIND f WEATHER LOTION Soften*! Soothes! Moisturizes! Large l2-oi. tize reg. $2.00, NOW $1.00 6-oz. size reg. $1.00, NOW 50< Hand Cream, g oz. reg. $2.00, NOW $1.00 AUSTIN DRUG St. Pawl at Water St Phone HE 3-2105 ' Pay* • We«k to 10 P.M. Thanks to Dr. Elliott, nurses and nurses aids for their wonderful rare. God bless you all. Christ and Max Gehloff Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Day Grandchildren ened to sengers, and took the men off at! gunpoint, the airline said. j The Cubans roughed up Brantley and Reid as they left the NEW HAMPTON, Iowa IB A New Hampton man discovered Monday It sometimes payi to grin and bear it while driving. Freeman of Oakland, Calif. The 1 Authorities said a fit of temp- Fred A. Stark, 1000 Sullivan, I P lane> said , on jf passenger, Daniel careless driving, $25. "" Howard J. Stevens, Blooming _. .. ... Prairie, running a stop sign, $10.! '* a ^ ed the State Depar '-| „ , . ,, TMI- A ,it 11 T.-U j. • ment to have the U.S. Embassy driver's license. Ellis A. Walker, Bixby, driving ,„ Hnwana ,„„«„„„. ,^ L.f .,.,,_. „,„ « (ion and down the street for two blacks, police said. Slick lost control of his auto and crashed into a stop sign. The Impact knocked the sign and steel pole down and It hit »»*.%.».iu.. u* wmvjaiiu, l^dlli. AUC ....-» u ».u M ..• v* »«.iii|f- Cn*~ \M- I fn *T « A Plan, flew on to He. Orle.ns. " ™»l H,rb SWtu, Jr., a. *"" *"* ™' N ™ "•°""°"j fines aild " 40 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, $30. James W. Wentzel, 1001 Sullivan, failing to stop at an accident, j pleaded innocent, trial 9 a.m. Monday. Carroll Brown, 2002 McKinley, allowing dog to run loose, forfeit- I wish to thank the minister, all! ed $25. in Havana investigate the inci-' I dent. ! my friends and relatives for all cards, gifts, letters I received and ;hose who visited me during my * 15 llnMno . L i.1 « V.ll 1! _. i v* * . • T 4 *" Gerald W. Brandt, Rose Creek, driving 65 m.p.h. in a 55-mile zone, illness at the Methodist Hospital at Rochester. Le Roy Koch Our most sincere thanks arej extended to all who rendered aid and comfort during the illness and after the death of our infant daugh- Scouts to Aid in Tree Pickup Austin Boy Scouts will do a good !MoyOt Police said Stolfus drove up behind a car driven by Jack Slick, 19, New Hampton, at a street light here. Angered because Slick did not start up immediately after the light changed, Stolfus pushed Slick's car through the Intcrscc- 0 . i »* ?f* Cia i Rev Schreitmueller, F. Malcomson to Attend Assessors' Meeting County Assessor Al Malcomson 1 rnerce crews, will attend the annual county as- turn in the Jaycees Christmas tree:p_i;_pickup this weekend. jrOIICC The scouts will go out Saturday) Austin police and members of j afternoon and stack Christmas ; the Police Civil Service Commis- : trees for pickup Sunday afternoon : sion were treated to h Ud by the Junior Chamber of Com-! sessor's meeting in St. Paul with man, explained that the scouts wHl! party Monday at the Elks Club-| rooms compliments of Mayor i Baldy Hansen. ^ who was treated for cuts and bruises. A highway palroman said he chased Stolfus at high speeds for 15 minutes before catching him. Stolfus was charged with reckless driving, driving with no lights, failure to stop for an emergency vehicle and leaving the scene of an accident. 4 Republics in Africa Join to Aid Resources Christmas weekend) should be enough to shame every driver in Iowa," That's what State Safety Commissioner Russell Brown said Monday in commenting on t h e Iowa traffic fatality situation. GETS RESERVE OFFICE CHICAGO Ml — Ernest T. Baughman, a native of Ackworth, Iowa, has been elected a v i c e president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He has been with the bank since 1946. CATTLE BREEDER DIES CARTHAGE, Mo. Iff) — David McMurtrie Max Gregg, 77, na tionally known cattle breeder, died Sunday in a Carthage hospital after a heart attack. Gregg, also widely known as a livestock judge, at had b*sa fixed at 18 to the dollar but,traded unofficially a 68. fh* ihange will itterta** price* of imported goods and eventually bf domestic goods. At the sam* tints i dollar aid program {of was announced In Washington. Th» money is being supplied by th* International Monetary fund, which had urged freeing th« as a necessary step to recovery, and by thre« tf. 8« government agencies and 11 private banks. Lived Beyond Meafll Argentina, once a prosperous exporter of wheat and beef, began living beyond her means tinder dictator Juan Peron in tht late 1940s. T6 appease the workers, ht kept raising wages until Argentina was eating up- much of th« surplus she had previously exported to pay for industrial good. The workers still art a powerful political factor which provisional governments have hesitated to cross since Peron was ousted by a military coup in 1955. But mounting foreign debts and the Inability of Argentina to modernize herself without further outekta help forced action by Frondlzi, who was elected last February. FBI Assists in Iowa Bank Breakin Probe MELVIN, Iowa (fi — State authorities and FBI agents continued an investigation today into a break- in at the Melvin Savings Bank which netted burglars about $1,200 in bills and coins. The breakin occurred sometimt holdings near Harrisonville, where he lived for about 40 years before moving to Carthage. FRIENDS, OF COURT DEE MOINES W) — Three national organizations Monday asked District Court to let them participate as friends c* the court in a legal dispute involving the issu- bank officials said. Tom Benz, bank president, said he discovered the breakin about 8 a.m. Monday when he reported for work. Thieves had gained entrance by a heavy glass window door located within a Natural Resources Council for irrigation purposes. The organizations are the Wildlife Management Institute, National j Institute, all of Washington, D. C. I CHARGED WITH LARCENY i GRUNDY CENTER tfl — John j Vodochodsky, 48, Whitten, was be- I ing held under $1,000 bond in coun- jty jail here today, charged with larceny in connection with a series of home burglaries in Hardin and Grundy counties. BAMAKO, French Sudan CAP Cran- Lumber Co., C.I.O. Auxiliary, also the Worlein Funeral Home for their special services. Also to those who gave memorials and floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Harihan Mrs. Charles Beeman I wish to express my appreciation to all my friends, relatives and j neighbors for the many cards, j gifts, flowers and visits while i i was patient at St. Olaf Hospital. ^ i the State Department of Taxation,! collect a11 the trees in each block j ^^ supervisory ^ personnel -J 0 ^ °* French^ West Africa's ""'Jan. 8 and 9. i —«»•« -)•-'- —j ^-.-<-- -.. .. r,»™ o,,f nnnmn ,.. n ..ui.— j •TwlJtS ^SJTEI^' °" the b ° ulev - ds by Satu,; A social hour Mowed. ,and stack the trees on the corner, i served duck and chicken with all new autonomous republics joined! 'Residents are asked to have their! the trimmings and refreshments.; toda y in an economic federation! his absence. Art Book Placed in Riceville Library day morning, so the scouts can ,„ Liner stacks in each block, it means the Jumps,* Breaks Leg Jaycee crews can cover the routes faster and we hope to pick up i to pool their resources and speed \ economic development. They were Senegal, French Su-i dan, Upper Volta RICEVILLE, Iowa — The book a11 the trees before night," Doer"Fifty Centuries of Art" by Francis Henry Taylor, Metropolitain Art Museum director, has been placed in the Riceville Public « —«" »••» w»t <_f*M4 4AV/O^7lkOl, _ ,, , Special thanks for all the food Llbrarv bv the Riceville Garden jand visits after I came home. It m mem ° I- y of Miss Isabel ,was all greatly appreciated. j Mrs. Lawrence Schmit | Ambulance Runs I MONDAY 4:24 p.m. — 1809 Sheldon to St. Olaf Hospital. 7:25 p.m. — St. Olaf Hospital to St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. 11:05 p.ra. — 1209 Elmhurst to St. Olaf Hospital. TUESDAY 8:05 a.m. — Andyville to Methodist Hospitals, Rochester. Municipal Court Harlan W. Berg, New Richland, Minn., driving over center line, forfeited, $25. Emil W Loosbrock, Wilmont, Minn., failing to signal for a turn, forfeited $15. • George Koeck, 307 W. Mill, failure to yield the right of way, $30. Willard J. Meany, Rose Creek, Kimball. ing said. "In other years, some areas were omitted because there) wasn't time to make all the dis-! tricts." : The Jaycee crews will start col-! lecting trees at 12:30 p.m. Sunday and the bonfire, at the east end of Oakland on the airport, will be scribe the weekend changes in Western Europe's currency regulations. Pravda's London correspondent said the French devaluation caught the British by surprise. Britain, he said, planned to put off convertibility of the pound un, til the s P rin S. hoping for a strong. iy.10- er revival of her economy. "But Paris did not wait for a formal ai, rrencn BU-im*/ . . •,. . ... . .Proclamation of a trade war by and Dahomey.l WOlSt-High Fixtures/Britain timed for a period most EX-MAYOR DIES OMAHA, Neb. W) — Fohn Frederickson, 83, mayor of Harlan, m a Omaha * vestibule. Osceola County Shelrff Arnold Schou said the burglars wert unsuccessful in attempts to cut into the vault with a torch. Pravda Talks of Trade War MOSCOW (AP)-Pravda today used such terms as "economic storm" and "trade war" to de- 1936 and from 1953-1958. whose combined area of 682,610 Outlet's Aro Urnorl square miles is more than three WUIIWI » ** rB «-»rgeu Midway Airport Monday and some of the 64 passengers scrambled out through evac- NEW YEAR SUPPLIES For The Office • Doted Diarta — Desk and Pocket Site • Dated Calendars For Desk Use — All sixes • Calendar Pad Refills • Tax Records — Car Expense Books PAYROLL CALCULATORS Read the New 2'/ 2 % F.I.C.A Tex O Withholding Tex — Quickly at a Glance • Inventory Pods • Transfer Case* • File Folder fir Guides • Steel Files fir Ledgers e Journals Austin Office Supply 104 N. Mala HI 3-8682 n Will AwIuA 'torched at approximately 6 p.m.j .,.,-. n Will MrriVC Householders who don , t have , wing of the four-engine plane. No 1st Week in January 'their trees on the boulevards whenj 0 " 6 else was in J ured Uhe scouts stack their block are; A United Air Lines spokesman WASHINGTON (AP) - Dep. So- j requested to place their tree on: said tne bla ze, which started when iMAf Or>ami AK AnnnlnxT Hifll.,...,._.. . . I rtl 1 _ _.. —L i (•' *. , CHICAGO (AP)—Fire broke out j times as big as France but whose m an engine of a chartered United populations total only 11 million Air Lines DC6B shortly after it persons. All have chosen to remain.with- in the new French community, „,, , r . ,. , i whose members will look after Others left through ; their own interna i affairs but will "' leave foreign, economic and de- One passenger. William Dreier, fense policies to the evolving com- 44, Chicago, suffered a possible j mtinity's central body. . exits. leg m a leap from the NEW YORK (AP) - A Cornell University study group says housing for the elderly should have all fixtures and outlets at waist height to help prevent, accidents from dizziness in stooping or stretching. Findings of the yearlong study are to be tested by j night that he would be a little technicians of the State Housing j late for the midnight shift — some- Division. lone stole his 1950 car. favorable to the British.' Police Clerk Reports His Own Car Stolen ST. PAUL (AP) — Bradford Benner, police records clerk specializing in listing stolen cars, telephoned headquarters Mondny Premier Anastas I. Mikoyan will arrive here during the firs' week of January. Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Men- shikov reported thU to newsmen today after, conferring at the State Department with Dep. Under-secretory Robert Murphy. Mikoyan, a Kremlin troubleshooter as well as trade expert, will be accompanied by two or three persons, the ambassador said. ENGINEER DIES HYATTSVILLE, Md. (AP) John E. Younger, 66, head of the mechanical engineering department at the University of Maryland, died Monday. the stack. The Christmas tree pick up is caught fire in an engine, was P ut out an annual Jaycee project, aimed The plane came to Chicago from at eliminating the hazard of dried-up trees, Charles De Gaulle Time's 'Man of Year' NEW YORK (AP) — President- elect Charles de Gaulle of France is Time's Man of the Year. His picture will appear on the cover of today's yearend edition of the newsmagazine. De Gaulle was previously selected Man of the Year by editors of 3,700 radio stations and newspapers in an Associated Press poll. San Francisco with passengers who attended Saturday's East- West Shrine football game. DEPENDABILTY BUDGET OIL CO. Presents the AUSTIN PACKERS TOM KEZAR A man v<ho enjoys, "sports in general" is Tom Kezar, 602 High St. Tom is the son of Mr. ond Mrs. Lyoll Kezar. Mr. Kezar is employed ot the Hormel Co. Tom ploys the Guard and Forward positions. He is 6'-2" ond weighs 180 pounds. Tom has ployed basketball for 3 years. He is a Senior at Austin High. Tom enjoys hunting, tishing, or a few rounds of-golf. A Public Service continued patronage. We sincerely appreciate your business and we offer our pledge to do everything possible to merit your continued support. Looking forward to the bright New Year with confidence, we plan to place our faith in the Brotherhood of men and the spiritual principles that make all experiences rich and rewarding. Again we say thank you and Happy New Year From All of Us ot Adams Furniture Store ADAMS, MINN.

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