The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 31, 1958 · Page 11
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 11

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 31, 1958
Page 11
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AUSTIN (Minn.) HfftAlO 4 4 Wtdnwday, Dee. 31, '58 I I Boyle Gives Celebrators Some Tips iy HAL BOYLE NSW YORK (AP) - Advice to eelebfitarsj fhii II the night of opportunity -the opportunity of living to^e New Ym'i ttajr dtwn. Many won't make 'it. But you can. All it takes ii • little care and forethought {or tto next 12 hour* or ao. Then careworn old 1958 will be behind 'you, and you'll be alive and eager—well, alive anyway— to face the challenge of the brave new world of 1959. Here'a Bow Many people honestly want to survive New Year's five, but don't know how. Here are a few tips for the careless liver: Sell your car this afternoon. If you sell it, you can't drive it to • party tonight. If you can't sen your car, lend it to a neighbor and let him drive it to whatever party he's attending. If someone has to get into an accident, better him than you. Take an airplane trip to Eu rope. Statistics prove there are fewer safer places on New Year's Eve than aboard a commercial plane flying over an ocean. Have Tonsils Got Has your doctor been bothering you for years to have your tonsils or an ulcer cut out? Why not have the operation done tonight? The nurses would rather welcome you as a routine patient than an accident case. If you are a serious drinker, be proud. Remember, New Year's Eve is for the amateurs. Stick to ginger ale this night. Then you can have the fun of watching the beginners make fools of themselves. If you art the last to leave the party and are walking home, don't cross in the middle of the block. In fact, don't cross any street anywhere. Just walk around the block until the sun comes up. Personal safety suggests yo\i avoid discussing the following topics et » New Year's Eve party: National politics, baseball, football, sex, and such questions as who's the prettiest girl in the room. Topics you can feel free to giv« your riewi on include the weather, income taxes, and why hasn't the government done more for the whooping crane? No Weird Drinks Borne people feel the urgt to adventure with weird new drinks at New Year's Eve parties. If this temptation overwhelms you, try vodka and epsom salts. It is non- habit-foraing, and you will wake up Thursday with a clear head. The best thing of all to do is to stay home, toss the cat out at 10 p.m., bolt and lock the doors and windows, take a sleeping pill and go to bed. You are not only safe from all forms of revelry and personal tomfoolery — you can't even be hit by lightning. Happy New Year's Eve. See you Thursday. IOWA NEWS JP RETIRES SPENCER -tfl W. H. Lewis, 85, a justice o! the peace the last 20 years and a former mayor of j Spencer, resigned Tuesday. Lewis | came to Spencer in 1878. He was ' first elected mayor in 1930 and served six years, URGE RACIAL ACTION DES MOINES W — The Des Moiiies Human Rights Commission, prompted by a cross burning at a home solfi to a Negro couple in an all-white neighborhood, Monday urged action by the City Council to end racial discrimination in) housing. LARCENY CHARGES LOGAN W> — Delbert D u a n e Irwin, 17, and Eugene Franklin! Chester, 20 both of South Sioux I City, Neb., have been bound over! to District Court under $500 bond; each on larceny charges. They are ! charged in connection with a series of car thefts at Logan, Magnolia, Woodbine and Council Bluffs. STATIONS PURCHASE LINCOLN, Neb. tfl — James Stuart, president of Stuart Stations, Lincoln, has purchased Radio Station Ksal in Salina, Kan., for $350,000. Stuart owns several stations, including Krans at Sioux City, Iowa. 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