The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 31, 1958 · Page 2
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 2

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 31, 1958
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~ AUSTIN (Minn.) HfRAtD W*dn(MfJoy, Dec. 31, '58 VITAL STATISTICS •sou", P;ii^ of niv*>rAi<fp, Calif, i ami Darwin of Kenyon, Funeral services will b« held Friday afterttowi. Birthi Af 8f, OtAf HOSPtf AL I Mr. and Mr*. Richard Mavison, 612 Gflrfteld, son, dee. SO. Mr. iftd Mrs. Gordon Saaranen, 8305 Clark, daughter, Dec. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Orth, 1016 Johnson, daughter, Dec, 30. Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh, Lyle, iton, Dec. SO. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pell. Iron, Minn., »on, Dec. 84. She is the former Carol Langehaug, daughter of Mrs. E. E, Boulett, LeRoy. Divorces Marvin F. Drennen from Margaret Drennen. Deaths MRS. MABEL HYDE Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Mabel Anderson Hyde Tuesday at her home in Los Angeles. Mrs. Hyde was a former resident of Austin. MAURICE E. ROOt Maurice 6, Root, 52, Austin Rt. 2, died at his home Tuesday afternoon. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wife, Gerald- In*; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Springer (Nellie), Buffalo, Mo.; and Mrs. Bernard Peterson (Janice), Hayfield; five brothers, Willie of Hayfleld, Charles and S. Donald of Dodge Center, John of Adams and a twin, Naurice, Austin Rt. 2. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon. WILLIAM VANRIPER Funerals VANRIPER - Funeral services for William VanRiper, Brownsdale, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Methodist Church, Brownsdale, the Rev. William Foster officiating. Friends may call at the Worlein Funeral Home from 6 to 9 p.m. today; from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday; until 11:30 a.m. Friday and at the church from 12:30 to 2 p.m. The family prefers memorials. In Memoriom In memory of our' beloved? husband and father who passed away 5 years ago, Jan. 1. They say time heals all sorrow And help us to forget, But time so far has only proved how much we miss ypu yet, God gave us strength to take it. and courage to bear the blow, But what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. " Sadly missed by Minnie Kraft and Family fhlnf, carries driving, license suspended for W days. Keith E. Harbin, It, 1313 Euclid, driving, over « fire hose, warned and released. Also carrying an uncased firearm in car, license susp- pended 40 days. Odin J. Tollerud, 17, 2011 fi. Oakland, failure to yield the right of way, dismissed. Norman V. Hamberg, 16,1718 Me- Kinley, leaving the scene of an accident, license suspended 60 Municipal Court dflys> Terrance Bates, 18, 705 W. Oak- FrAOfttOlt NOtftGS land, drinking strong beer; con- . . . , • • • tinned until Saturday, the charge Mil It 1C I f>01 Judge ROOT — Funeral services for i grew out of a brawl at the La-; Maurice E. Root, Austin Rt. 2, goon skating rink Dec. 18. will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at CUBA the Hayfield Funeral Home Chapel, the Rev, George Kluber officiat- William VanRiper, 89, died this {ing. Friends may call from 1 p.m. morning at St. Olaf Hospital following a short illness. He was a resident of Brownsdale. Surviving are his wife, Estella; five daughters, Mrs. Willis Buirge (Ruth), Mason City; Mrs. Louis Meier (Ileta), Brownsdale; Mrs. Ralph Meier (Naomi) Grand Rapids, Minn.; Mrs. Gail Cart (Elizabeth), Lansing; Mrs. Carl Holm (Lavon),' Grand Rapids; two The quiet dignity and beauty of our service will be a source of comfort all through the years. FUNERAL CHAPEL 310 W. Oakland HE 3-7619 Thursday until the time of service. Card of Thanks I wish to thank the many friends who made Christmas so enjoyable to people in our home. A special thanks to the carolers and for the gifts received. ' Bresnahan Nursing Home I wish to thank all my friends, neighbors and relatives for their cards, gifts, flowers and visits while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Fisher, Dr. Jewell, Dr. Roberts, the priests, the Legion of Mary for their visits, the nurses, nurses aids and Gray Ladies for their wonderful care. Your kindness will always be remembered. Ross Hollowell Blooming Prairie, Minn. I wish to thank my friends and relatives for their many kindnesses shown my wife and me while I was a patient in St. Olaf Hospital. Thanks also to Dr. David Anderson, Dr. P. A. Lommen and the St. Olaf Hospital Staff for their wonderful care. Ernest Houfek •Dennis J. English, Albert Lea, beer in possession, fined $25. Mrs. Ed Solberg, 304 Oakwood, no dog license, pleaded innocent, $5 suspended. Bernard C, Peterson, 110 Ash, mpromper equipment, $5 and another $5 on a similar charge. Hugh Llttlefield, Des Moines, abandonment, waived preliminary hearing on an abandonment charge and was bound over to District Court under $500 bond. Donald Milks, Austin, violation of a previous suspended sentence, his suspended sentence was continued but he must pay 10 a week on the bad checks. Donald Grunwald, Owatonna, violation terms of previously suspended sentence on a non-support conviction, suspension continued until Jan. 10 and the case will be reviewed by County Probation Officer William Sucha. Juvenile Traffic Mary Josephine Fisch, 17, Austin Rt. 3, speeding, license suspended 15 days. Darwin Sterling Kent, 17, Austin Rt. 1, speeding and violation of restricted driver's license, warned and released. Gordon C. Seiver, 16, 1007 N. ST. PAUL (AP) - Gov. Free-! man today named Sheridan S.i Flaherty to be municipal judge in!' Morris. Flaherty has been a special municipal judge and has served as alternate judge since the death j of Judge Clayton A. Gay. THAT'S NOT A WINDOW — A University of Minnesota coed, Marlene Salmela, Wadena, poses with a striking painting by Mrs. Eftle Borngoft, Rush City, one of Minnesota's outstanding rural artists. The paint* ing is one of 250 to be displayed at the Rural Art Show at the University's St. Paul campus, Jan. 13-16. Artists living in rural Minnesota and towns under 15,000 population can enter works in the Farm and Home Week event, deadline Jan. 5. 9 LIVES? SCHULER S SHOE STORE SEMI-ANNUAL STARTS 10 A. M. FRIDAY JANUARY 2nd WOMEN'S VELVET STEP DRESS SHOES I City Club and Wesboro Dress Shoes The Sale Everybody Has Reen Waiting for! Cat Lovers Will Take RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A tomcat named Flamengo is gambling all his nine lives that Brazil will successfully enter the space age in January. On a sandy beach, Army technicians will place Flamengo into a spare parts rocket called Felix I and try to shot him up 72 miles. They are confident Flamengo [will return safely. Animal lovers aren't so sure. Vote Wet; Exodus Leaves County Dry MAYNARDSVILLE, Tenn. UP) It's against the law to sell whisky in legally wet Union County. Tennessee law permits liquor sales only in towns of 1,000 more and this East Tennessee county doesn't have one. The county voted to go wet back in 1939, when Maynardsville met the 1,000 requirement. But a population drop in the past years leaves the county's largest town 400 residents shy of the legal mark. She Doesn't Coach the Basketball Team REED, Okla. Ml — Mrs. Coleman Thompson of this southwestern Oklahoma community is a busy person. She makes clothes for her i four daughters — Nona, Dianne, 'Pam and Patsy Sue; drives a tractor, pulls cotton bolls, cans fruits and vegetables for family food during the winter, cooks and | washes. And she also goes often to the Reed school to see her daughters play basketball. Protest but Flamengo 72-Mile Space Junket Thousands of letters of protest have poured into government offices from cat lovers. The army ignores all this. Most confident of all that Flamengo has a long life ahead is Col. Manuel Dos Santos Lage, the project director. 'Will Return Alive' "Flamengo belongs to my own two daughters," he said. "I would not expose him to death. The cat will return alive." ' Felix I — Brazil's first attempt at getting into the space world- was put together from materials sitting in army warehouses since World War H. Students at the Technical School worked on it, building the engines as well as the rocket housing. The rocket cost only $1,500. Felix I weighs 875 pounds, is 19 feet long and is supposed to go 72 miles in 190 seconds. Flamengo will ride in a trans ments attached to Flamengo will measure his puse and general con dition." (Con«nu*d from Page l) Clara, about 160 miles east of Havana, ftftks, artillery and war. planes are backing up the troops in fighting against an estimated 3,000 rebel foot soldiers: Normal communications with Santa Clara were disrupted and reports from there conflicted. 2,000 Casualties Reliable sources estimated the asualtles at 3,000 and said they might go higher. A government source claimed aerial attacks ilone had inflicted 2,000 rebel lasualtles. Some government sources said he army was now cleaning up in he city, hunting rebels from house to house and warning civilians of a death penalty for aiding rebels. Many civilians had fled the city of 150,000 persons since street 'ighting began Monday. Castro's commander in Santa ]lara, Ernesto Guevara, reported* y asked for a truce to remove casualties from the streets bul was refused. Guevara reported that an army group of unspecified size had deserted to him and 300 soldiers had surrendered, the rebel radio said. Towns Attached Towns attacked by governmeni planes in the last two days beside Santa Clara included Cruces, 20 miles west of the provincial cap! Reds Invite Governors to Visit Russia NEW YORK (A£)-.Mie Soviet Union has invited the governors GOP (Continued from Page 1) He said he had heard no men tion of any other, .candidate than Kuchel for the whip's post, from which Dirksen hopes to advance to the floor leadership vacated by retiring Sen. William F. Knowland of California. But Curtis said it is by no mean a foregone conclusion that Kuche won't have opposition from th conservative side. Cooper and Kuchel were public ly optimistic about their chance of gaining a majority when the 3 GOP senators vote at an organ! zation conference Jan. 7. Others Present Besides Cooper and Rachel parent plastic chamber near thej other ? P resent at Tuesday's meet nose. When the rocket attains the maximum altitude, the nose chamber breaks off. It is designed to fall freely until it returns to heavier air closer to the earth. Then one parachute will „ , open and a second a short time! later after the rocket nose has slowed down. Fall Into Sea In his 30-pound air-tight chamber, Flamengo probably will fall into the sea. The army says recovery should be fairly easy. "We are using the cat to test resistances of a living thing at high velocity and at high altitude," Col. Lage said. "Instru- ing included Senators Prescot Bush of Connecticut, George D Aiken of Vermont, Clifford P Case of New Jersey, Jacob K Javits of New York and Senators^ elect Kenneth B. Keating of New Scott of Penn had been sylvania. They previously tal; Cumanayagua, 30 miles south wai [ west; Fomento, 25 miles south- of eight states and Hawaii Russia this summef. The Invitation went to.the nlfie members of the Governors Conference Executive Cohimittee, which met in Chicago thfte week! ago. John E. Ivey Jr., ejtecullve vice president of New York University, said Tuesday night thai NYU and the Institute of international Education hope to serve as joint sponsors if funds to finance the trip can He raised. A number of foundations are being approached to underwrite the cost, The governors would visit the Soviet Union in June. In Chicago, Brevard Crinfield, executive secretary of the conference, who made the invitation public, said these -nine governors were invited: Leroy Collins, Florida; William G. Stratton, Illinois; Cecil H. Underwood, West Virginia; George D. Clyde, Utah; James P. Coleman, Mississippi; Robert B. Meyner, New Jersey; Victor E. Anderson, Nebraska; Stephen L. R. McNichols, Colorado; and William F. Quinn, Ha- east; Sancti Spiritus, So miles southeast; and Trinidad, 40 miles south. The rebels said they had captured Trinidad, a south coast hill town of 15,000 persons. .It is just southeast of the Sierjra de Trinidad, a mountainous" stronghold known as Castro's second front. The attack on Santa Clara and attempt to capture Las Villas province apparently was launched was launched from this area. In Oriente, the rebels claimed capture of Remedies, in the western part of the province, and several towns in its southwestern tip. The army has pulled out of the tip below the big port of Manzanll- lo, a broadcast claimed. Flights Booked All commercial airline flights pledged the support of Sen. Frank Carlson of Kansas and Sen.-elect Winston Prouty of Vermont. Sen. Thruston B. Morton of Kentucky has said he would support his colleague. The rebels also claimed the backing of Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin, but Wiley was not available to reporters, Values to $12.95 CPU A C NOW *5 TO 5 WOMEN'S CASUALS AND SPORT SHOES Values to $8.95 NOW $3 88 TO Sg 1 ••••• DRESS PUT AND CASUALS Values to $7.95 - M^lfcAA M JM t NOW *2 TO *4 Values to $15.95 $6" TO S 8 NOW WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH New Year's Eve Service TONIGHT - 11:30 P. M. A HALF-HOUR FIRESIDE SERVICE OF SCRIPTURE, MUSIC, PRAYER and MEDITATION. from Havana to the United States were reported booked solid until Jan. 10. Among those flying to New York Tuesday were two sons of Batista, Carlos Manuel, about 10, and Roberto Francisco, about 12. They were in a party with eight older Cubans and were met at the airport by a force of Newi York detectives who warded offj five heckling Castroites. | Cuban officials said the two boys went to New York for the New! Year celebration and would re-i turn immediately after. Batista's other six children and his wife remained in Havana. The invitation is scheduled to be acted upon at an Executive Committee meeting at Biloxi, Miss., Feb. 23. What Next? Palm Trees In Minnesota STURGEON BAY, Wis. W The most exotic tree in Door County is a full-size coffee tree grown by Lonnie KopiUke, Ellison Bay high school youth. The tree bore its first crop last spring and recently produced its second c r o p, t several hundred beans. Lonnie"s father, editor of the weekly Door Reminder, plans to serve his son's own brand of coffee to the local Lions Club. The tree was started nine years ago when Lonnie planted six seeds sent him by the president of a coffee company in reply to the boy's letter asking for information about raising the South American tree. Annual wheat production of the United States and Soviet Russia approximately equal each other R. & E. FOOD MARKET Will Be Open All Day New Year's Day Quality Meats and Groceries Corner of Railway l> Garfield Streets • Free Parking NEW YEAR SUPPLIES For The Office • Dated Diaries r- Desk and Pocket Six* • Dated Calendars For Desk Use — All sites • Calendar Pad Refills • Tax Records — Car Expense Books PAYROLL CALCULATORS Read the New 2Vi% F.I.C.A. Tax fr Withholding Tax — Quickly at a Glance Inventory Pa'ds Transfer Cases File Folder & Guides Steel Files & Ledgers Journals Austin Office Supply 104 N. Main HE 3-8681 CHILDREN'S Wealherbird and Happy Hiker Shoes Values to $7.45 '4 NOW WOMEN'S SNO-BOOTS - Button Down * Cuff or Side Zip NOW ,WJs^^MP WHI^^ j ^^ff PBHBB»W*^^ BBBBBsW ^^^fjjj^r ^^BUMr^' ^^fiEi^^ ^^HHlB^ Hi^kW iB^MP ^HHNM On House Slippers and Overshoes SCHULER'S SHOE STORE 30* Itttri OA-WW Mod*! DG-350 Now Safer Drying for All Fabrics Automatically FREE - 55-Pc. Imported Hand Painted China Dinnerware With purchase of major appliance at Quality Appliance, 207 N. 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