Go to Church Sunday Schedule for Area Activities 6 AUSIIN (Mirin.) HERALD Friday, January,:?, K. •T. PETER'S ROSE CREEK CITY CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OP GOD m S. ChlUhtm Kef. A. D. Sturm, Pastor Sunday SftVioot, S:«4 ».tn, ciaaws ror all ««««. Worship, it ».m. Sermon. B*T. Sturm. KretUnjt EtnngMlxtk- senrlee, It p.m. Ret. Sturm. Tuesday. * p.m., Youth senrtce. Thursday. S pm, Pt»r«r Meeting. CALVAfct._Lt'THERA!» (WIseo'KWto' Synod) ISM N. Second BkTid 8. Rock, Pastor Sxmdny School, 9 »jn. Dlvin* Ser> irr, 10 ».&>, CRRtSt EPISCOPAL Mill «nd GrMnwIcIi RCT. T. 3. William*. Rector Holy Communion, ( a.m. ChoraUple'a Legion metta 6'30 n m Eucharist, 10:30 a.m. Church School) ' Men Classes on schedule. 2 p.m., t/CR far»dr« 4 nnrt 5), Parish Hoiuw Auditorium. Hl-beairue Planning Retreat Minneapolis, ST. PAUL'S FVA.VC! LUTHERAN (Wisconsin synod) (Across from Dandshett) L. \v. Schleri-nherk, Pastor Services at B:15 and 10:30 a.m. Molvjll _ (Communion th» third Sunday ot each!Sunday, month. SteKUtraUon the prccetllne Frlrtny Sunday School. Adult Bible HOLLANDALE REFORM HOLLANOALB Lt.'TfTt-RAN Re». Herbert L. Bnssm.in Pa^t( Residence Albert Lea Worship Services 9:30 a in i ~ ' '10:30 a.m. CHRISTIAN REFORM HOLLANDALK Ret. Sidney Mlersma, Pasfor Worship 9:30 a.m, Sunday £ a.m. Evening worship 7:30 ever. 'Irst * d 10 w«*k- ! " >for SMttlx; V,tl I M I ASSKMisi.i of. r,or> I R«v. C, O. Schnrnltrrij. Pastor I Sunday School, in a . m w<iral>l-> jSprvic*. at II a.m. Christ's ' nior'8 service 7:1.1 p. m Evn:i ! service, 8 pm Wednr.-rt.ir 8 t'rnyer service. - ' p m Class. S:.W *n\. j. t. 418 R, Bridge Sr. C.ipts. Mr. »nd MM. Alfred Ciorloti; Rev. R, A. Dykstra, Paslnr , Worship fl:30 a.m. Sunday school n .M«>ce». a.m. Chmtlan Kndcavor 7 p.m. E\c-' nlng worship S p.m. ST. PUTKtl'S tttllKRAN Elm*, rows KPT. Walter Selirnedcr. pastor Sunday School, 9:r.o a.m. Swiclav 10:30 ».m. ISLAND • flOI Sunday "School. "lo"a'"m"" Devotions[CONSERVATIVE CONORKGATIONAL . . ll d.tr.. Directory study Class, fl j Corps Cadet meet. 6 p.m. Young ' pm Poo-! Rcv ' worship Rankesfer. Pastor 10 n,.m. Sunday School (all fcges) 10:30 HM. Tuesday, 7:30 pjn, Ventrjr taeeto; Holy Communion " :1S and 9:30 ajn. Thursday, s p.m., 6t. Andrew Brotherhood. THE CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS «M West Maple Claude I. Snmner, president STERLING rmitsTiAN (Olsriplrs of r'hrhO HM \V. College Rev. John Kerr, Pastor Church_Srhool 9:45 a.m. Claws for in.ni. Wedtirsdny, Prnyer iincl .Study 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, foim,' I'eople'n meeting 8 p.m. SPRING VAI.U'.Y FIRST BAPTIST Rev. w, O. Copham, Pastor Sunday !0 a.m. Sundnji School, all i nge». Two couples olacses It n m Worship service. Evening Service 8 , Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Priest- n«i Jiood. Relief Society, 11 «,m. Ss<:r*-l ment Meeting, 7 p.m. i LANSING METHODIST ROT. Klsle ll.irfnian, I'aslnr ^ ui Sunday School, 10 a.m, Worship all ngeg. Worship 10:50 'n.mVsrrmon': ( "' rvtt ' < ' fi ' '1 n.w. Sunday sermon: "Christian Communication." Combln- '" rlle ! ' al11 of ihr Lord." Monday, 1 ed Yoiiih Groups, s p.m. Wodneadny. j !> - m " Eduoallon Commls'lon; 8 p.m., "" p.m. School of Missions person-1 JJ/J^i"' B()arf1 ' Thursday, 2 p.m nibir |''- m - Baptist Youth, 7:30 p.m \Vetl ncstlay 3 p.m.. praypr, nible study SPRING VALLEY I FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN ) Stindiiy School, 9 a.m. Worship ST. i vice, 10 a.m. .Walther Lonsue, 8 (i m. Unftf Sarvrdoy Mflrrrfwg CRANZ ADDITION COMMUNITY CHAPEL Becker anil ToUefntra 10:30 a.m. CYF, 6:30 p.m. Evenlny •errto*, 7:30 p.m. ThursdAV, Praytr". ; BlblB Study, 7:30 p.m.; Calechiftn Class «:30 p.m,: Friday, 8 p.m., Teen- : F\1TH Pt:n Flfh SEVENTH DAY ADVEST1ST Cedar and Franklin Ilennan Guy, Pastor Saturday, 10 a.m., Sabbath School Saturday Worship Service, 11 a.m. Pathfinders. 7 p.m. Tuesday. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN HOI South Second Rfv. navld B. Rachel, Minister of Education Svinday, Family ProKram, 0:30 am.- 13 noon. Coffee Hour 10'M-ll am LKROY FIRST SPRING VALLEY CONGREGATIONAL I t.'nltccl Church of Christ Hev. Walter Ross, Pastor ' Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship I lla.m. Communion, cooperative, din- rtmreh School: Nursery. Kindergarten, Grade four through Adults. Craft project time. Grades 1, 2 and 3. 10:3011:30 a.m.. Morning Worship, Sunday! A D C A /"* LJ I I B f U r C AKtA CHURCHES Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship! Service, 11 a.m. Clospel Hour, 8 p.m. Thursday, 8 p.m.. Blblo atudv, prayer meeting, I.F.ROY LUTHERAN Rev. Robert A. Reiische, Paslnr Sunday, fl;45 a.m. Sunday School (a«p» 3 and up). Special claw, parents pre-school, kindergarten children. Adult Blbls Class. Worship 10:3fl a.m. LEROY PRESBYTERIAN j George Barnltt, Pastor I Today, 8 p.m., Session Meets. j Sunday 8:45 a.m. Sunday School. jll a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon: !"Make Your Faith Work." F.venlm; j services, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 2 p.m.. Blblr nvuntoo. Installation, Church officers. I circle Monday, 7:30 p.m.. \VB\VS executive; i 7:30 p.m., YF executive. Wednesday, j i:30 pjn., Sunday Church School BEAR CREEK LUTHERAN Council. Thursday, 7 p.m, YF rccre- D PV • lion; 7:30 p.m., Boys. Olrls Fellow-' ^.'^PlJH^Trojn^KlnH ?« n ^rw^h.p;"o:M-;.m: U 8iu,d.vlTlmr S d R y; Church S.hooK 8 Youth Crnraeiers. LYLE MISSION (Christian and Missionary Alliance) Itev, Wilbur Junker, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. A class for - „„„,,„„ ship; 8:30 p.m.. TP Devotion* Frt-! Sunday School. 9:« a.m. Morning day. 7:30 p.m. Trustees meet. u.nr e hi« n ~ ». CHURCH OF CHRIST Oakland <t Greenwich Herman n. Kooy, Minister-Evangelist Bible School. 9:30 a.m. Worship, 10:li a.m. Christian Youth Hour K:« p.m. Evangelistic Hour. 7:43 p.m. Mid-week Prayer, 7:30 p.m. Thursday. FELLOWSHIP METHODIST Seveln School, E. Oakland and Decker Rev. Clare W. Karsten Sunday School, 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:30 a.m. Supervised nuri-. try. FIRST CntTRCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST 129 West Maplt Sunday service nt U a.m. Subject Worship. 11 a.m. HETIUNY BIRLF. CIWKril INTliKDENOJUNATIONAL LeRoy, Minn. George C. nergtand, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Sen-Ice 10:30 a.m. Evening Gospel Service, 7:45 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH 4 Miles Northeast of LeRoy Served bj Lutheran Stmlnari Students. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship I Service, 10:30 a.m. I .. every age. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youni? people's, 7 p.m. Evening worship, 8 p.m. Thursday 8 p.m. prayer Bible study. MARSHALL LUTHERAN Adams, Minn. Sunday School, 10:15 a.m. Worship Service. 11 a.m. Friday. 2:15 Aid, p.m. MELTONV1LLE COMMUNITY Klwln C. Labrc.n/, Pastor Morning Worship, B:20 a.m ULOOM1KO PRAIRIE METHODIST Rev. Elsie Hartman, Pastor "ood." Sunday School >t 9:30 •.m.i..^ 1 "^.',^ 3 ". aj ",Y w <? rs ™ 1 ?; s "™ on ' testimony mM-tlnrr »t R' e t " of tnc Lord. Sunday wsumony meeting »t 8 school. 10:00 a.m. MYP, 7:30 p.m. MCINTIRE METHODIST Rev. Liicll* Koether, Re?. Jani>t Surdam, co-pastors I Sunday School, lo.Mri a.m. Worship COMMUNITY j 3crTlcc 9:45 a.m. p.ni. Th» Beading room !• open each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. excepting lej?al holt . . days. Tlie public Is cordially Invited! School, 10:45 a.m to visit the Beading room and to at- BLOOMING PRAIRIE TRINITY LUTHERAN Worship 0:30 a.m, Sunday tend tnt church service., FIRST BAPTIST 1600 West Oakland Ret. Cart W. Brown, Pastor Sunday School. 9:-15 Morning wor- . ship. 11. Christian Cadets, 5:3~0 p.m. • Kvenlng service. 7. Prayejr meeting Thuraday 7:36. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Th« Church With The White Spire 1800 W. Mill ROT. Edwin Arnold, Pastor Worship Service, 10.-30 tun. Nursery open. Churcii School, 9:15 a.m., fifth Hrade through adult*. Two-year-olds- fourto grade, ao:30 ajn. Sunday, 5 p.m., Sr. PF retreat. Monday, 7:30 p.m,, Church School training." Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.. Membership Clasu, S P.m., reception, new members. Sat-1 urday, 10 a.m. Confirmation Class. I BROWNSDALE FIRST BAPTIST Frank M. Peterson, Pastor j Sunday School, 10, Morning worship n. Youth meeting, 7. Evening' scrvlr.9 8, Thursday, prayer meeting j WALTIMM - BROWNSDALE LUTHERAN PARISH Missouri Synod P. L. Frledrlch, Pastor TRINITY. Waltham: Divine Worship, 0:30 a.m. Sunday School Bible Class 10:30 a.m. OCJR SAVIOR'S, Brownsdale: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine Worship, 10:45 a.m, CHURCH OF CHRIST London Ed Bowers, minister Unified services, 10:30 a.m. | MYRTLE COMMUNITY CHURCH NF.WRY GENEVA CATHOLIC Rev. Urban Neudecker. Pastor ST. MARYS, Geneva. Mams 7 and 10 a.m., overy Sunday. ST. AIDENS, Ellcndaie. Mara, 8:30 n.m. each Sunday. Confessions first Thursday and first Saturday cvciitnt! each month and before Masses Sundays. OAKLAND BAPTIST Rev. Cecil Slcfhes, Pastor Sunday School, 0:W a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening service p.m, sr. Youth Group. Jr. Youth Oroup meet, 7 p.m. Friday, Cottaae prayer and Bible study. I o.m Thursday, church. OAKLAND-MOSCOW LUTHERAN Rev. O. A. Rust Pastor MOSCOW — Worship Service, 9:30 n.m. Sunday School, 10:30. OAKLAND — Sunday School, 9 ••IS u.m, Worship, ll am. LL., 8 p.m. OTRANTO COMMUNITY Klwln C, Labrenz, Pastor Sundiiy Schoo], 0:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. DAYID COMMUNITY Rev. Walter E. Schilling, p.istnr Church service. 0:45 a.m. Sunday lOtfa a.m. FIRST METHODIST St. Paul and Maple Rev. William J. Campbell, minister Sunday services, Sunday School, j »:!» »Jn.-10:45 ajn. Communion, both OUR LADY OF I.ORETTO CATHOLIC sen-Ices. Sermon "Deepening the Pel- "ui.u, low-ship". Rev. Campbell. Hymn sins, FeUowihlp, 7:30 pan., Memorial parlor. Monday, 6:30 p.m.. Fishermen's CJub. Tuesday, 8 pjn., Music Com- miU«e. Wednesday 6 Youth Council: Brownsdale Rev. Peter Colt-man, Pastor Residence, Hayl'lcld Mass Schedule: Sundays 7:30 and •45 n m Jr HI 10:M R ' m ' HaylleW. »am,, BrowM- Youth Council: 7:30 p.m Education S* 1 ^. 1 ?^ 1111 ^ ~ 6 -'30 a.m.-7:« a.m., Commission, McmlxswWp CoimvUs"! ^f : 8 P-'n- Brownsdale. 1st Frl- •lon. Saturday. 8 pjn (Jan 3i ri ( H i ' „ ' Ha >" nel(| : B P-'"., Browns- 61gm* Chi. ' dalt - Week-days 7:30.a.m., Hayfleld. flRACE BAPTIST Main and Cedar Rev. Earl F. Brown, Pailor Sunday School 9:45 a.m, Morulnn 1 Worship, 10:50 a.m. Nursery open, nil! K-rvlces BYT, 4:30 p.m.. Evening terv-! toe, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 7:30 p m., i I'rayer, Bible Study, GRACE AMERICAN LL'XHfRAN S. M. Schrellmueller, pastor Two worship servlcei •t 8 ».m. and 10:30 School, 9:15 »jn. Leonard Gess ganlft DEKR CRF.F.K EV. LUTHERAN Carpenter, Iowa Itev. Ht-nry t'rli-kson pastor Divine Worship, 10 am.' or- DEXTER - BROWNSDALE METHODIST PARISH Rev. William F. Foster, Pastor Sunday, Worship. DexU-r, 9:30 a.m ; Communion; Hrowngdnlc. 11 a in Communion. Brownsdale MYP, G;:!o! I ut"',lorcian"r l s" i Sulldll !>"- Sunday School, Bible -.. - p.m., Mary "rcle at ? :15 a ' m - Worship, 9:13, 10:, Sparks; Minha Circle at Hart^ii ? s Sernl ""' '" 7 '"" '" I -" J '" r PLEASANT VALLEY-SARGEANT LUTHERAN PARISH Rev. J. H. Klausmcler, Pastor (.Missouri Synod) ST. JOHN SABGKAKT. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Divine Service, n a.m. QL'EEN OF PEACE CATHOLIC Lyle, Minn, Rev. H. E. Gavin, pastor Masses 8:30 and 10 a.m. Sundav First Friday and Holy Day Masses 8 p.m. Confessions 3:30 p.m. Saturday heforc the first Sunday and before Masses. RACING METHODIST Harold A. Clark, Minister Sunday Service, 0:30 a.m. Communion. Sunday School, 10:40 a.m, Wednesday, i p.m., Weekday clii5»es resume. Wednesday, 8 p.m. MVP Committee; 8 p.m., Official Board. SPRING VALLEY JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Friday 8 p.m., Ministry School: 9 p.m., Service mentlnR Sunday, 2:80 p.m., public address; 3:'JO p.m Watchlower. Bible study. Wednesday 8 p.m., Bible study. SPRJNO VAI.LKY FltER METHODIST Ruv. Herbert Baker, Pastor Church Service U:30 a.m. Bundav School 10:30 a.m, SPRING VALLEY GRACE EUB Dave S. Schneider, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. CliiSces lor all ages. Worship, 11 a.m. SPRING VALLEY ST. IGNATIUS CATHOLIC Rev. Lawrence Glnther, pastor Masses Sunday, 7 and 9 a.m. Weekdays, 7 a.m, Holy dajs, 7 a.m. 8 p.m. Hrat Fridays, 7 a.m. Confessions, weekdays before Muss; Saturday and Thursdaya before thn first Friday and before Holydays, -1-5 7:30-0:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Novcna, Thursdays before tho first Friday, 8 p.m. SPRINO VALLEY METHODIST Rev. Mary McNlchoU, Pastor Saturday, 9 a.m., youth membership class. Church School, 9:30 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. SPIttKTO VALLEY OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN Kev. Walter Pilgrim, Pastor Sunday School Adult Bible Claw 9:M n.m. Worship service, 10:45 a.m. TAOPI EVANGELICAL COVENANT Nath»n Noreen,'Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship, n a.m. Evening Service. 8 p.m. Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Prayer. Bible Study Thursday, Mission Band at Stacbler'e. TRINITY LUTHERAN PARISH i LyU I Gordon Rasmusseii, interim Pastor Today, 3 p.m., Deacons meet. Saturday, 9 a.<m.. Confirmation Class. Sunday, 9:30 a.m., Worship, our Savior's, S3 follows. SS, Grove, 0:45 a.m Worship, Six Mile Grove, 11 a.m Jr HI League, 7:30 p.m.; Gold and Olub 8 p.m. Wednesday, 2 p.m., six Mile Qrove Aid, Center. Thursday, 2 p.m., Mona Grove Circles. TRINITY LUTHERAN Bloomlnc Prairie Frank A. BerR, Pastor . Sunday School. 9:15 a.m. Mornlne Worship. 10:30 a.m. . b TRINITY LUTHERAN Of.XTER 9 Miles K. — I Mile N. of Austin Wise. Synod H, P. Bauer, Pastor Sund*y Divine Service, 10 »,m Communion | WEATHER FORECAST — Scattered i snows are forecast for tonight for most j of the Lakes region with shower activity I indicated for northern New England and parts of the north Pacific states. Rain is expected over the Ohio and Tennessee valleys and the Gulf coast states while IN CUBA some snow is likely over the central Plains and the central Plateau. Cold or colder temperatures are forecast for most of the country with the exception of the southeast and southwest corners. 'AP Wirephoto Map) Castro Plans to Nationalize American Utilities, Sugar By GEORGE KAUFMAN HAVANA (AP) ~ Rebel leader Fidel Castro's last announced platform calls for Lhe nationalization of American utilities and sugar estates in Cuba. The bearded guerrilla chieftain published his program in 1!)55, while in exile in Mexico. It called for: 1. Nationalization of TJ.S. financed and operated utilities in Cuba and division of American- owned sugar estates among Cuban peasants. 2. Confiscation of all properties acquired through "corrupt government. Distribute Enterprises 3. Distribution of 30 per cent of shall, all industrial and utility enterprises to Cuban workers. 4. A public housing and rural lulionary movements in the Do- with 81 armed followers, landing minican Republic, where Batista took refuge, and in Colombia, In 1947 he joined an expedition to the Dominican Republic aimed at overthrowing the dictatorship of Generalissimo Rafael Ttujillo. It was a failure and Castro escaped by sea. In 1948 Castro appeared in Colombia before the ninth International Conference of American States protesting what he termed the non-Latin influence in Latin America, He joined with a group of Colombian rebels and was captured. He gained his freedom, reportedly largely through the influence of the U.S. delegate to the conference, Gen. George C, Mar- • i *•«*•"* | n n\ i»? ISSSXi"-' 10 -'' Rsther Clrt ' ;e a.m. Sunday; Wt .dnei<lay, 2 Bro«'n.-,dn!e Membership Evangelism RED OAK GROVE LUTHERAN Rev. N'eal s. JohmoTi, I'ustur Saturday, Conflnvation Classes. Classes, .'30 a.m. bemion; "The Child In Danger" Circle at Rubine's. EVANGEH LUTHERAN (Near Sargcaiit) G. N. Jarobsen, I'astor S.irurday, 9:30 a.m. Jr., Sr. Coutlr- HOLY CROSS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (Missouri Synod) Collins and Beaver Rer. H. C. Bentrup, pastor Worship Service, 8:30 and 10:45 »in. Communion, both sen'icea. Registration, 4-5 aud 7-8 p.nj. Saturday. Rota- «rt Hoist. EDeaker. R\inrinw s/^^^ru^l Board"; SsTeochef*,'7^:30''pirn".' JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 103f-i South Jay Bunday. 2:30 p.m.. WaU'htower Study: "Divine Loving Kindness ami the Kingdom" Tuesday, 8 p.in Bible Studies, Kingdom Hail and u'03 N Seventh. Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. Mints try School; 8:30 p.m., service m<-ei- Jng. OUB BAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 1WO West Oakland, Bel-Air Addition Rev. C. C. Knutson, Pastor Saturday. 9 a.m., Jr., Sr. Confirmation classes; 7th grade Church School Bunday, 9 and 10:20 a.m, Divine Worship Services. Church School c!a*se«. Monday, 7 p.m.. Boy fseouti Thursday, 8 p.m., Sr. LU QUEEN OF ANGELS 912 McKlnley Msgr. D. A, Cunningham. Pastor i „ — -*..-•«, Sunday Masses 6:15, 7:15 8-30 9-451 J' m - Communion, recep-ton of n »nd 11 a.m. Masses on Holy Days'5:« '?"*'• Potlu ck dinner, 12:30 p.m.; • :45, 8 and 9 a.m. " ''' * " ... Week-day Massed 7 *nd 8 a.m Monday, 8 p.m., SS Staff moots. We ZION EV. UNIT/D BRETHREN Sarjreant Edward G. Stevens, Pastor Worship, 0:45 a.m. Communion, bunday School, 10:45 a.m. Fellowship Classes, 11:30 a.m. YF, 7:30 p.m, ZION LUTHERAN (North of Dexter) Rev. O. Slensland, Pastor Sunday Worship, 9:30 a.m. fintiir- «»:••, 1 p.m. Confirmation Class. Firemen Keep California Fire Under Control LOS ANGELES (AP)—Firemen held the upper hand over the 10,000-acre Topanga Canyon brush fire today. They said the blaze, which destroyed 80 homes and cabins and electrification program, 5. Liberation of Cuba "from the egotistical interests of half a dozen businessman." 6. A speed up ct industrialization and increased s «;ial security. Castro never doubled h* would win the victory over strongman Fulgencio Batisn. Professional Rebel Now 32, the husky, 6-foot 2-inch leader is a prof<ssional rebel who has been in revolt most of his life. He has beer, involved in revo- Led Bloody AHack On July 26, 3953, he led a bloody but unsuccessful attack on an army barracks in Santiago de Cuba, capital of Oriente province at the eastern end of Cuba. For this attack he was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Freed when Congress granted a political amnesty to political prisoners, Castro later fled to Mexico. There he began plotting the campaign which resulted in Batista's flight to the Dominican Republic New Year's Day. He returned to Cuba in December 1956 in a leaky Mexican yacht on the coast of Orient*. Killed, Captured In the first few days after his arrival Batista announced that most of his force had been killed or captured, but Casro escaped to a hideout in the mountains of Oriente and began his guerrilla war, He struck when and where he could, disrupting communications, burning fields of sugar cane, ambushing small army units, kidnap- ing, sabotaging transportation and carrying on a propaganda war. Despite defeat after defeat, Castro kept up the fight. Many times the government announced extermination of the rebels was imminent. ASSAULTING RECRUITS Marine Drill Instructors Due for Courts-Martial PAftRis ISLAND, s. c. Two more Marine drill instructs charged with assaulting members of a recruit platoon from Ohio are scheduled for courts . martial sometime in the future fit this Marine training bases. A third instructor was acquitted this week of assaulting two members of the platoon and of soliciting and accepting money from his recruits, Staff Sgt. Ralph Grant, 28, of Racine, Wis., wai found innocent New Year's Eve by <a General Court-Martial of seven officers. Corps 'Justified' The career Marine received the verdict standing rigidly at attention. Afterwards, he commented: "I think the Marine Corps has been justified. I don't see how the verdict could have been anything else." Charges against Grant and Sgts. Willard Poss of Augusta, Ga., and Ronald Heller of Milwaukee, Wis., stemmed from complaints of a few parents of the All-Ohio "Steel Valley" Recruit Platoon. Poss is charged witli accepting money from recruits and with assaulting one of- them. Heller is charged only with assault. Defense Attorney Carl Sanders of Augusta, t member of the Georgia State Senate, in his closing remarks to the" military panel claimed that it was "reasonable and logical" for the court to believe that "we have insidious influences in our country that are at work" to undermine the solidarity of the Marine Corps. 3 Gave Evidence, He said only three of the 42 recruits from whom testimony was taken had. given evidence which definitely linked Grant with the alleged offenses. Lt. Walter D. Cummings of Chiago, trial counsel, accused the defense of trying to smear the re- cruits called as prosecution wit* nesses, a* well M tome of their parents. The prosecution contended Grant had pocketed the money solicited from recruits. Th« defenn claimed the money had gone to* wards legitimate expenses such M laundry bills. New Ulm Man Dies of Burns NEW ULM, Minn. <AP)~.Walteir Martius, 35, of nearby LafayetU, died in a hospital her* Thursday night of burns suffered in a machine shop accident earlier in tb« day. Sparks from t' welding torch Martius was using to repair * corn sheller exploded a can of gasoline and he was burned or«r 90 per cent of his body. Mrs. Martius was taken to Unoln Hospital with sever* arm and hand burns, suffered when >h« tried to beat the flames out of h*r husband's clothing. Ther« was only minor dam»j« to the shop, police reported. Wisconsin Records 1st Highway Fatality CLEAR LAKE, Wis. (AP) ~« Francis Donahue, 23, of New Richmond, Wis., became the state'* first reported highway victim of 1959 Thursday. He was killed around J a.m. when his car left Highway 62 and overturned near her*. PATENT CHIEF DIES CHICAGO (AP) - John Adams Marzall, 62, commissioner of pat« ents in the U.S. Patent* Offic* in Washington from 1949 to 1953, di*d Thursday of « heart ailment NERVOUS SYSTEM DAMAGE Radiation Death Called Possible 1st of Kind LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) _ Ajthe health division of the Los Ala- medical expert says a technician! mos Scientific Laboratory, says il killed by radiation in a Los Ala-!was more than damage to the mos atomic labcratory died from j bone marrow-blood forming sys- damage to his central nervous sys- tern that caused the death. tem. He also says i f may have been the first death of that type outside of war. Dr. Thomas Shipman, head of ! Communion, 7:SO p m'" ThWia'y" 2! n " 6 ' u ^ = !">•'"••" Woman's Safety:''Hi'- ! ^ l ' Ced 4 ' 000 res 'dents to flee, was (p.m.. Naomi circle at Seefeidfa- Ruthi i, °" of ofl ' lcl>rs '. 8 p.m.. Fellow-i ™ Per cent controlled. Tliev ex- Ctrclc at. Mohler's; 8 p.rn., Eyeulnjr I s >lp • ^ llurs iliiy, B p.m., Council meets.! pect to RICEVILLE FREE METHODIST Itev. llerschel Uawf, pastor Sunday School, lo n.m. Worship orvlces 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. RICEVILLE Rev, Percy Sunday FIRST BAPTIST .1. llruns, pastor 10 a.m. Worship have it under complete control by tonight. The fire broke out near Wood- Hoffa I red at Union Plan to Worked 11 Years Cecil W. Kelley, 38, who had worked in the atomic laboratory; about 11 years, died Thursday, 3C' hours after the accident. land Hills, 20 miles northwest of He was preparing a process to! extract plutonium and said all hej recalled was a flash as he started a stir operation in a tank. j Dr. Shipman said there are tiiree types of fatal radiation injuries. He used the three radiation Cl it nff' Pnl \re* ' deaths which have occurred at Los VUI Uri TO 11C© Alamos in 13 as examples. Dead in 36 Days 9 dm of life; fit fluf comdfi to me is S<i™!s^~;- »2^^SrJrwSi>.« •• **~ ••• -».».«««^, u ^/.in., IMCU *•> \ eut ' st nli;lu - Wi'dnosda>, 2 p.m FIKST LtTHKRAN Blooming J'rairir Opie S, Kliidahl, I'astor . MI1ADOW CONGKKGAT10NALJ Rev. Stanley Sargcant J'astor | ' H S.-hool. 9:30 a.m, Morning i i 10:30 a.m. I GRA.Vn AIKADOW I.I TIIER \S j ICueeuc V. Holland, Pastor | Morning worship 9:30 a.m. Bundjvl hcliool. 10:30 a-m. IIICEVH.LE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION' CATHOLIC Rev. Father Arthur Stirn, pastor Weekday Masses: 7:30 a.m. Sunday 3 and 10 a.m. Confessions Saturday i-5 p.m.. 7-B p.m. RICEVILLE ST. I'ETlvR'S LUTHERAN Hcv. Walter Schrocxler, pastor .Services, 9 a.nu Church School, .i .in. 10 B ' 1 *' A second big New ire in the Hollywood hills near Beverly Hills was brought under control Thursday after turning 650 acres and threatening homes of many movie stars. Two homes were burned. President plans R ' Hoffn mwe that o Harry K. September ]9 ^. Ship- ' Bid ° aghlian METUOD1ST Htv, Harold A. Clark, Pastor Saturday, 10 a.m., Membership (Class. Sunday, Church School, 9:45. „ ,. nu-m-; School. YF 1 .7:30 p.m. Monday, 8 p.m. MrTs Club' [Thursday, 8:40 a.m., Weekday Classes RICKVILLK FIRST CONGREGATIONAL ( hurch services, n a.m. church icuoul, 10 a.m. JUCEVU.LE WAYNE BAPTIST -Itev. Percy J. Bruns, pastor Worship service 9:-)a a.m. Sunday 10:45 a.m. Kovent to Our Sorrowful Mother :I ? SUJ "«'' 1:3 ° P-W-. Woman's Socici Tddan at 7r30 p.m. • uiun'h. RICEVILLE FIRST METHODIST Mevs. Luella G. Koelher and T. Janet Surdam, co-pastors E^jthe union to cut off deliveries O f | "something like" 800 to 900 roent- " vital supplies to police installa-1 8ens and died in 2C days. Ship- tions in this city. jfiian called it a "blood forming The Time ssaid Hoffa notifi P( l iSystein ' bone niari '°w death." A his local aides Tuesday "iat he i roentgen 1S the international unit would tolerate no interference j quamty ° f roent g e ". or x-rays. Fire department officials' with re e"lar police operations as' Tlie secor) d death was that of blamed both fires on arsonists. i cin out growth of union picketing , Dr> Lou . is B - slotin j » JM46. Ship- of police headquarters. i man sa 'd Slotin received a radia- The Detroit Times reported lU °" d ° se of about U0 ° r °entgens Hoffa told it Tuesday that New^^ ,,,_J!!.. n ^ e ^? ys . ? f d ? mage York aides were advised they could "advertise the unfairness of the police department by passing out handbills and that is all." Man 'Registers' Luck , , t0 the gastro " intesf inal trai ' 1 - ; . , ,, ,!" 6 , Oays ' '!\ s f or Kel!ey s dealh - Shipman Sald> whe " a P erson S ets a ST. Pl.VUUtR'S CATHOLIC lirand Meadow Msgr. Raymond Galligan, Pastor Confessions 4 to 6 and 7:30 to 9'30 p.m. Saturday*. Thurodajs befo-e rlr*t Friday* and eves of Holy dajs Baptisms Sunday* at 1 p.m. •T. AfGUSTINE CATHOLIC Kenwood and Grove MifT. Robert E. Jennings, pastor SfJ?*/. **¥**• *• 7 - «• 9 - W. ":l5i»n. Saturday. "jJUdiil'shtluas* 'oec° 2" ''• ynd 12:15. Week . day Masses, «:«.! Feast of Christmas Thurs. Dec" zl • '•'« *ldI8:1S. Holy Day Massea: 5:30, i Masses, 8:00 and 900 a.m. Benedli- 1 ™. i »BO 9 a.m. tad 12:10 and 5:30! "on. of the Blessed Sacrament niicri P°»- Oontewlonj m Saturday, and, the 9:00 o'clock Mali. Concession/! ; V 5! . 6f J 1 f s i ? 1 **?»..» n . l| l Holy'Days, Tuesday and Wed»«day 23 a-ld "-; , „ ,..„„.. LOUISVILLE, Ky. fAP) — Rar- ! ^n^^r^/^er^^^un! te » d " Gene Bruce started to iix! ua>a wish Mcintire youth. i the cash register and got into a ; bdore o an " I1cc - jcept Thursda)-* Masse* 7-15 »n> I Confessions. 3:30-4:30 p.m 7-30-9'n 3 to 5 md 7 to 9 o'clock. Novena to Our L»dy ol Perpjitual Help, Tues- j »t 7:30 p.m. Baptlsaw a. sunefav •fternooai. •?. JOHV'i EV. LUTHEBAN (Missouri Synod) ... ^i* 9 ?* J*i c<>u ** e •«T. Bobeit B. Hamp, pastof Bunday Service*, 6 & 10:30 a.m. axittday School. »:15 »jn. HoJy Com- wmiloa celebrated 2nd & 4ih Sunday, 1030 ajn. an<t at 7 p.m. Vesper .ferric* *v«ry 3rd Sunday. IT. OLAF LUTHERAN ACIOM fnun Postoflice R«T. Arthur L. Swenioj), faster Sunday Sen-Ices: 8:45. 9:45 and ;0:4j *.fiB. 6«nnc*: "The World's Btspoj.«t to CbiUtojA*." a*v. Swenson. Sun- <iay School: 8:49, 6:45. 10:3S fend 11:15 ».nj. Children'* Worship Service: 8:U «:4ft. »:3S imd 11:13 aon. Monday. 7 pjfc.. Boy 60OU^; 7:30 pin.. Cub »WUi Cpounlttee, TWrd Floor R«"»y. 7 p.m.. youth _ r day, "3:55 a.m., p»fOttoasr Blchard Wesiby Thursday, l p.m.. gijjn lo 5 P- m ' ana evenings 7:30 Bey. Wilbur Junker, Pastor Morning Worship, 9 a.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Oa Uighway 16, 10 miles east of Austin (Near Elk ton) B. E. I'etrlck, Pastor Bible C'uiss. Sunday School. 9 » :n Divine wur&liip 10 a.m. Wednesday,', :'M p.m., LL; 3 p.m.. Aid. Jan 11 I hours. The cash drawer stuck. Bruce put his hand inside a door on the side of the register to open the drawer. drive, thing about it." Plans of the much investigated _, union to picket the police depart- bomb casualties in stirred up a hornet's nt'si said. Those /l p.m., Congregation TRI.VITY H'THERA.N Thomas E. Mails, Pastor _ WoriQlp Service 10:30 a.m. Sundjv ocnool, 9:15 a.m. Congregation meet- lug, 8 p.m. Jan. 20. HAYFIELD PRESBYTERIAN K«v. George Kluber, Pastor School 9:i5 aw. Servi^ti r BAVF1ELD SACKED HEART Rev. Peter foleman, Pastor . Conuiussioner Stephen P.; Nagasaki and Hiroshima, .Kennedy said unionization of his 'ended World War II. n damage to the central nervous system." of warfare, (his may be the first death" of this type. "I think it is, other than the Japan," he were the deaths whicli THE CHURCH C0« ALL Att fOR TMt CHURCH T>i» Churtfc it rfw |r.«l»il f l( iot M f»ilk lot (hi buildin] «| «htrid<i «•<) |ood jiliicniWp. ll » i ilorchouit •( ipiiilual vitun. U'llhoul » ilronj Ctmrth, utilhtr drmotitry nor civilijjlloa tt* •utvive. Thert in lout Mund rcnoni whjr t\tiy pitwn ftiould nicnd itivic«i Kgulitlx ind luppotl ih« Church. Thtr •": (I) For hit own uti. (2) Fw hit children 1 . uU. (3) For iht uVt of hi. community ind nilion. (4) For the lake «l ihe Church ilxlf, which nitd> hit moul »nd nulrriil tuppoil. IMm lo jo la church rtguUrlj and rtad your Bibl. SunJiv Mondiy Turvlay W e dn«(|» Thursday rriiiay .Siturdty Book John 1 I'orinlhiun I Corinthi«ii8 II Corir.thiun Mtlthew ArU TUK) 16-17 i,).J8 10-IS H»v« you tried to satisfy your appetite with * bit ot e.ndy or a hurried snack? Th« keen «dg« «f b ungw may i«»ve—but only temporarily. "wngw There 1« another hunger innate tn «»eh of tt«. It h a spiritual hunger, our de»ire to hav, protection and help from God. Sometimes we do not really recognize this need. We feel only * restlessness, * longinf? for something better, an unexplained lonellnes*. We often try to satisfy thii mysterious hunger with the sweets of pleasure, to cover it up with the hurry of many activities But it can never be really satisfied until we know God a« our Heavenly Father, Hi. Son as our Saviour. Jesus Christ said, "I am the bread of life- h* that tometh to me shall never hunger." ' In the Church wo find this Christ who often «n th« CITIZENS ST. LfKE'S LUTHERAN Lansing Missouri Synod P. L. Krledrich, Pastor uivlne Worship, s a.m. Sunday bchoo!, 9 a.m. '• SACRED HEART CHURCH Adams, Minn. HCT. Richard Bardon, Pastor .la*s Schedule: Sundays. 7:JO »ud 10:30 ^.m., ^Haylield. Browusd_ale, 9 :30 And 7:45 &.tn., that got too hot Bruce, they used a crowbar. for, commissioner. In an announcement in bad shape. p.m. Friday*. UIVH.1KD fEOXKHJEM LUTUEBAX PAK1SU Arthur M. Vorbej, Pastor HA WARD LUTHERAN: Dlvjte Wor- snip. U a.m. Sunday School. S:4i a m. li, & p.in. Mwiday, 'd p.m.. Con- P-Ql.. WMy, .TBONDJHEM LUTHERAN: Divine 8 First Kriciays. 4 p.m.. Haytioid. Brow'tisdale •'' VJD. Weekdays, 7:30 p.m., Hayikld! ST. MICHAEL'S AMERICAN _.LUTHERAN Her. sters official, said picketing of police installations would begin Jan. 12 in an effort to cut off fuel deliveries and other supplies. Feinstein heads a nationwide Navy Cooperates in Making Theft Easy SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The drive> a PP roved b >' Hoff a, to bring year started badly for the local aU P° licemen < firemen and other branch of the U. S. Navy Depart- State ' comity and nll i"icipal work- ment of Counter-intelligence. ers into the union Tiie reaction of State Attv. Gen. II. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC LeRoy, Minn. Rev. Elmer KeUeo, Pastor *r«47 6uad»i I. u »jtn. CICIt W. Kill!Y IICYCUES—MATERIAL & SUPPLIES Harry W. Myen, Schwmn Bicycle Shop "Since 1910" . 309 I. Bridge St. Borneo GAS Amoco Co. Quality and Service BUILDING CONTRACTOR Geo. K. Ltnon, Home Builder. Hom«it«j Sourhlown lit fr 2nd Add Auuin, Minn. •— HE 3-9591 BULK GAS Rural GaScnric* Core. CHRISTIAN BOOKS & SUNDAY SCHOOL 128 f> W < Ma| fr ~ G 'HEV.'2332 COMMUNITY SERVICE Martin Butt ad DRAPERIES Hagen'i Window *o«hlom 1015 E. Bridge St. — HE |->649 itlCTRICAL CONTRACTORS Austin Electric Service Hw». 219 $«. -HE i.}269_|o* 361 HEATING tV ROOFING Hill Heating fir Rootint 114 E. Mill >t. —Phone HE 3-JSOI HEATING-AIR CONp. «• SHEET METAL Austin Heating Co. 507 E. Oakland - HE 3-2*7) HEATING-SHEE! METAL & AIR COND Broy'i Hcatiag & Sh*e« Metal fOl-Hwy. 2I« $f.-HI 3-2171 24-Hour Scrvlc* LAUNDERING Automatic Sc!f Service Laundry 105 N. 'ronklin - HE 7-4480 Hf> SSCRcATION CENTER Echo Bovliog Lanei Year Round Bowling— Automatic Setter. ~ Air Cond. AmpU OIL COMPANIES Mower County Oil Co. "SfrH" Green Stamp, PLUMBING * HEATING READY MIX CONCRETE A(4fti« Reody Mi* Concrete Phone HE 3-8806 REALTOR Austin Realty Co. G. L. Hortion - HE 3-5035 REFRIGERATION SERVICE fr REPAIR Gibson Refrigeration Service 912 S 8th St. . Tel. HE 7-21 17 REST HOMES Carpenter'* Reit Home A Home for Yogi Loved Onei «307 Ellit Av«. . HE 3-IU4 SAVING & LOAN Horn* Federal Savings & Loon Au'n. 129 N. Main . HE 3-3431 SERVICE STATIONS fob'i Conoco Station Bob Schoub, frof. 8Hi & Winona St.
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