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16-AUStlN (Minn.) HttAlO Prldo^Jonuory 2, 19591 FARMER'S MARKIT-6 HERALD WANT AD SECTION DIAL H£ 3-8851 MOfflCB CLASSIFIED ADS ARI CASH WITH ORDER to til* many Qundrtd* at CtMttfitt Aflrtrtlwmsnt* in te» Baraid «aah (booth the coit of th« collection »nd bookkeep- tt| matu u ueproflt*bi« to enarg« tbttt amall amount*, for th« Condition and will •!»• toeit wiling cooperation. la CAM of emergency when » U toposalbl* fat patrona to cull at thu office to mak* payment*, arrangement* can b* made for parasenu through their Herald earri«*«ft!ewnfta «« earrtn col- l*cHoa charge for ads -not paid « hfttini after expiration. CLAS8OTSD ADO (Want Ad) Rate Minimum ohatf* U word« 11.20. J Mm* to J time* „.. jja > time* I6a 4 Umea 200 FAt TOR 4 RONS . . . OKf « RUNS Ad* accepted until »H5 am. «»m# d»y of publication. Irregular insertion* take 1 ttae rat«. All ada restricted to cla«sincatlon and type sryle. SQc w-r- flee charge for blind ada. U vou do aot want blind ad repllc* to fall into certain hand* almply address your reply to the muntera In the afl attaching a list of parties you do not want your reply to reach. Place both tn another envelope addwswd to Want Adg Confidential Service Am- tin Dally Herald. _ ™» HERAU) ASSDMra NO RES?^ 1 ?. 1 " 1 " 7 ^R SRROR6 AFTER FIRST INSERTION and rcscrtw, th» «?nt to eoUt or reject any copy rub- Butted. CLASeiTTED DISPLAY: Minimum •pace 1 Inch. Not over 20 word* per Inch allowed. 1 time per Inch $130 3 at more consecutive time* si.20 per inch. Irregular insertion* take 1 time rate. Diaplay copy must be In composing room by noon preceding dny of publication. Space larger than 40 taehejia daya before publication. READER ADS on Society page: Win- Imum charge for heading and 15 wordt $1.80, Over 13 word*. 6c per •word additional. CARDS OP THANKS and IN ME- MORIAMS - 50 worda or leaa $1.00. CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1—An nouaceoienu. a—Personal* 3—lioet A round 4—Employment S—Rental* e —Farmers Market 7—MdM For 5aJ* ft—Business 8«rvlo« 9—Financial 1ft—Auction e»lM 11—Real Eatat* U—Automotlv* Place An Ad To'day Dia! HE 3-8851 MDS6. »OR SALI-7 SITUATIONS WANTED -4K SEPTIC t*nk HB 3-7»7«. WANTED — Babysitting after *chooi by girl age 13. Reference* rurnlnhed. SEWINO. Apron*. Bt«. HX 3-2120. PIANO tunlni Dial HI! ilng and complete repair. .1-2718, Luther Hatuon. SNOW msyyal. DlaJ HE 7-178* FARMPRYDE Pig Starter Pellets Conttintng «r«mat giowth itim- nfcnt, cttte tugtt tot t»i« «pp«l, bftltnced together with imibiotia, Tittmint, mioertli, ott gro«t« *nd other essential Jngtedieoti. Pltn now to jtift »nd wise your on PARMPRYDB FEEDS. QUALITY MDSE. FOR SALE-7 WKARINO AFPAREL --7C Plotsic Wall Tile Windsor Brand Made By Armstrong • ONLY EA. my horn*. HK 3-8193. v-.g._HK7-14T4, HE 1-S3M Alteration*. HB 3-4881. RENTALS-5 FOR RENT—HOUSES J BEDROOM modern ami**. |«I, 70 N. 6th. MODERN 4 room hoUM. Cu-p»t. Sof wMer. Qtngt and breewsway, Ply month AT*. $75 month. HE 3-4874. *** MODERN < room bungalow. Clow to Plant. Qutge, garden, lmtn*dl»ti _pg.^M-Mlon. Dial ICE 3-«M8. 1 3*8032, MODERN « room, 3 bedroom houa« $50. Inquiry 4g9_E. _Alleghcner. FOR RENT—APARTMENTS I-5B UNTOHOTSHED, prlvat.s, 3 rooms am bnth. stove and refrigerator furn Ished. DIM HE 3-999fi. NICEUY furnished, plcnaant 1 room apt. Utilities furnished. Adulto 3W E. Mm. FURNISHED deh«« j bedroom apt In Jordan Apt. Court. Utilities In eluded. Immediate occupancy. HE HE I BEDROOM" duplex apt. Weat aide Now available. Cnprctz Agency, HE * ~"«503, PARTIALLY furnished smill apt ClOM in. $35. Dinl HE 7-1249 or 410 E. Maple St. NICE ^ room apt. Waaher, dryer, utll- Itlea furnished. Child considered *80. RE 3-6478 or HE 7-3512. 3 BEDROOM, near plant. HE 3-7419 NICE kitchenette apt. downtown In Wngner Building, Available now. HE 3*5519, ROOMS and bath. Adult*. Inquire 807 Hope, rear apt. TOHN.or unfurnished, 411 N. River NEAR high aohool. Very Rood 2 bedroom apt. Dial HE V-3459 after p.m. ANNOUNCiMENT-1 BALLROOM. Austin, Minn: To. night. Brother Burr and his Burrows. Saturday, Henry Charles. Sunday Richard Maltby, Friday. B*y_8tplzenber«. DANCE at Kaglra' Hall. Saturday, Jan. j. MU*te by Dlxleland«rs. For Eagles. PERSONALS-2 PERSONALS —ZA I45AVINO for south«ra California January 8. Will t*k« passengers, help with driving, share expense*. HE 3-4397. TERSONAL BUSINESS —2B Home Plan. HE S-474«. EMPLOYMENTS HELP WANTED—MALE RESPONSIBLE young married man for flock service and related work. Orundmeier Hatchery, Northwood, Iowa. Drivers Over The Road Own « l»te model tractor and you «r« « qualified driver. We offer you ite*dy work with contract. We hav« tractors that m»y be bought with low down piyment by experience qualified men. Come in and get th« details, Houic Of/ice Represemativt Interview Jan. 5&6 AT Emery Transportation Co. 6l(iA Ash Street Austin, Minn. jJjtMS. Furnished. Down. HE 3-«824 FURNISHED 4 room apt. Bath «.,. STIf'SS,. rurntohed ' Bob H°lgftt« xie. 3*0008. "7"^,"C"J" »*' pt> 8t °ve, refrigerator furnished. S rooms. Privati entrance. Immediate possession. 3Qi\t, East Bridge. HE 7-2491, VERT clem basement apt. Hot w».t«r i «^l> vat 3*5819. FURNISHED kitchenette apt., block off Main. Adults. 102 3. St. Pauh VERY clean downtown apt Stove 2 BEDROOM downstalra apartment J^i E™* e _ rat ° r ....VWll«« fur- available ROOMS with bath. Downstairs. Gas LARGE 4 room furnished apt. Also 3 room apt. over garage. West Oak jand Ave. HE 7-1245. FURNISHED^ 2 bedroom apt. Private bath entrance and utility room Avalln-blB Jan. 1. HE 7-1773. LARGE 4 room lower heated apt., $50 3 room lower heated apt., *3fl. In. quire 4(H) E. Allegheney. ROOM, on« bedroom apt. Newly decorated. Conveniently located w » s hlng faollltlea. Private entrance. HE 3-4768. . FOR RENT—ROOMS -5C ROOMS. 105 N. Greenwich. HE 3-8258, LTOHT housekeeping — 2. and bath, kitchenette. TV. Completely furn- tohed. 709 N. Greenwich after 4pm. ROOM. Gentleman. Dial HE 3-8D80. DESIRABLE room with private bath phone and entrance. Dial HE 3-3795. room, close in, HE 3-D508. ENJOY comfort and privacy of lovely •tudlo apt. Reasonable. Kitchen K"* l « l Ji d *T included. Downtown «-c* 7*9248. ?LOSE, housekeeping. HE 7-2087. Franklin, rooma: Clo»e In. FOR HENT—MISC. NEW ,, 8:r u C ! uncl noor 8249 * fl<> * -5F FARMER'S MARKET-6 YEARLY farm couple. HE 3-4727. AMBITIOUS young man interested In a future In the retail lumber business. Experience helpful, not essential. Ambition and personality top priority. Writ* E-I4, Box 327, Austin. Minn. BELP WANTED—FEMALE —4B WAITRESS wanted from » p.m. to } a.m. No Sunday work. Aply In _ person. Harry's Caf« : Christmas Bills? Become *n Avon Representative. Immediate openings for one or two women wishing to earn S10 a oay p»n time Act now. Write lielen Scott, 411 lich St., N.I: Rochester. MACHINERY & FARM EOUlFT~Z«A WANTED — Girl to cars for children and do housework while motli- er works. Go home weekends. Dial HE 3-4913. HOUSEKEEPER on farm. No objection to amall girl. Adult. WrU« F2Q, Box 327. Austin, Minn. SALESMEN WANTED _»D i USED car salesman. Natural ability Is more Important than education Must b« able to think Jor hlmselJ. Must be aggressive. Must se«k op- ortunity rather than security USED EQUIPMENT Tractors: '16 Oliver "88" '5-1 Oliver "77" '53 Oliver M 77 M '48 Oliver "70" '•18 John Deere "B" M7 I.H.C "H" Spreaders; j I.H.C., New Idea. Oliver, tractor j spreaders. John Deere, New Idea, 4 «heel spreaders. Miscellaneous: Manure loader for Mpls. Moline '55 Mpis. Moline "E" Sheller '53 Mpls. Moline "E" Sheller Good Selection ot (two wheel) used elevators. General Farm Stores Inc. Austin, Minn. MISCELLANEOUS Custom Drafted Building Plans Pof your poultry house or other farm buildings. New or remodeled, any size ot style. Also head- quanerj for JameJwa)' F»rm Engineering Service. Poultry, dairy bogi and cattle feeding, VISIT Grundmeier Hatchery Northwood, Iowa Many Beautiful Color* In Stock E«y to Install Johnson Cashway Lumber Co. 206 N. Railway — HE 3-3178 Open All Day Saturday SPORTING GOODS RIAL f$TAT6~1t FOR SALE HOUSES —I1A NEW *nd u*ed tellers — 8mok«w7 Zlmmef, Rollohouws, to widths, ttny mak*. 1 ftut financing. W« trade tot anything. South Broadway Trailer Bales, Albert I*a, Minnesota Austin Realty Co, 1958 8CHWINN bicycle* ar* here I Over 100 bicycles to choose from. Trade your old bike In. We give green stamps on everything but Fair Traded Item*, small payment holds. Myera Cycle Shop, 309 E, Bridge since 1910, ICE Skates—Over 1000 paJra (new ant wed). Sharpening, repairing. Socfca free bell*. RAF 8k»t« E*chan«e 1109 W, Oakland. BICYCLES—New Schwlnn and Ra lelgh. Top dollar trade on your old hike. Rebuilt, used bikes, all sizes Open evenings. McV Blk« Bhop 1109 W. Oakland, MOO8, CATS, PETS —71 BORDER Collie pups. Very good farm dogs. Call _BrowiiBdftle_Lo 7-2101. PARAKECT3. ^Cftnftflf7!~HiE~T^'43b7' WANTED TO BUY —7 Rancher Brand ALFALFA SEED 1. Guaranteed to grow 2. Captan treated 3. Blend of approved varieties 4. Maximum performance Early Season Discounts Now In Effect (Place your orders now) Austin Seed Co. Highway 218 N. - HE 3-9215 •VANTBD TO —6F E " corn> ,« , call S4251 Lyle. MDSE. FOR SALE-7 HOUSEHOLD GOODS FURN. ~7A 1 228. lor •*!«. Dial IDS 3- Inventory Sale ON NEW APPLIANCES Wajhen - Dryer* - FretMM - Refrigerators - Rangei • Consoles and Portablo TV Sets. — USED — Good Used TV Sell Good Used Electric & G*i Dryeri Good Lsed Automatic Wswheri (All Makes) Good Used Gas and Electric Range* Good Used Refrigerator* Quality Appliance 207 N. Franklin WANTED — Dresaer. Must have man., drawcra, b« In Rood condition and clenu. State price and give ful description when writing to F4 Box 327. Auatln, Minn. BUSINESS SERVICE-8 BUILDING SERVICE & REPAIRS—RA WE aervlce what we cell. Hill Heatlnr and Roofing. Dial HE 3-8801. RAY Smith, Elec. Cont. HE 3-6379. DIAL HE 7-4445 for plumbing Inatal- latlons and repairs. Patleraon Plumbing and Heating. IDEAL Heating and Sheet Metal, 1305 S. River, Dial HE 3-8883. ROOFING, Inaulatlon, aiding, rooflns repairs, all typea. Free estlmatca. 3 yeara to pay. Jorde Insulation Co., Blooming Prairie 38 or HE 3-92«. MISCELLANEOUS —SC SAWS nharpened. Hardware. "Axe" Johnson CHAIN-SAW chain* machine aharp- encd. Rent tt, Save, 1000 K. Water. FINANCIAL-9 LOANS —BA LOANS on farm and city property. Heald Real Estate. Dial EE 3-8343 REAL Estate loans. J. A. Re.maeth, 111 8. Water. Office HB 3-34M. USED ABO waahlng machine. Alao 40 gal. double laundry tub. HE 35400. SAVE $ 20°° Mattresses Reg. $49.50 . . Now $29.50 Reg. 59.50 .. Now 39.50 Reg. $69.50 .. Now 49.50 Twin or Full Sir* Box Springs to Match At The Same Price. Hi-Way Sales Co. E. of Airport - Highway 16 Austin, Minn. • Open livenings AUCTION SALES-10 AUCTIONEERS COU Paul Hull, auctioneer. HB 3-6794 AUCTION SALES -NIB FRIDAY, Jan. 2. No sale tonight »t Hull's Auction Mart, but our rcju- laf sale will start again on Jan. Bth. SATURDAY, Jan. 3, 10 a.m., 7 miles south. 2',i east of Adams or S',4 east. Hi miles north of Stacyvllle. 83 head of livestock. Full line of machinery. I*o J. Mlchelu, owner. Dorsey & Eastman, auctioneers. SATURDAY. Jan. 3, 12:30 p.m.. 4 mlle« eaat or Brownadale, »5 north. 73 head livestock. S Hereford heifers. Jersey cow. Jersey bred heifer. 10 Shetland ponle* 40 hogs. 21 weaned pigs. 12 shoaU. 5 bred sows. 15 native f.vrcs. 1000 bu. corn. Complete line of machinery. Oliver 70 tractor. Deere 10' field cultivator. Allls combine. Ford % ton pickup. Etc. Clifford Green, owner. Albright ' Sparks, auctioneers. TUESDAY, Jan. «, 12 noon. 2& miles east of Wykoff. 2-1 Holateln cattle, 13 fresh or springer cows, 11 heifers. 20 hogs. Feed. Large line machinery, 2 John De«re A tractors, etc. Loren Oarnatz, owner. Sparks Ss Olson, auctioneers. 44" UPRIGHT Piano, only $295. Spinet piano mahogany finish, $545. fltephenson Miislo Co. Albert Lea, Minn, or dial HE 7-4817 evenings. I Attention Executive Salesmen t m r t t M i H i co Petran Farms. Nationally known company, ; ? leader in its field, expand- !E „. ing sales force in'St. Paul foow - n ' area. Interesting lifetime career in permanent industry. Opportunity for advancement. Unlimited potential. Group insurance and pen$ion. College degree or equi. valent in sales experience. No relocation. Salary open. Give brief business and educational history, WRITE Rose Creek, Minn. HE 7-4050 SPECIALS ON Used Appliances SEE THEM NOW! 1 —Westinghouse apt. size electric range, 4 new heating uniti. Refrigerators — Gas or electric. Goad condition. One electric has new unit. Automatic clothes dryers. Automatic clothes washers. Save Now at DECKER'S "We Give S&H Green Stamps" TUESDAY, Jan. e. 7 p.m.. 413 But Mill at. All modern 4 bedroom horn*. Close In location. Commercial district. Can be u*ed for 2 apartments. Free jruewlng contest. Inspection J to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m dally. Katherlne Beokel, owner. Col Hull it Thomaeu auctioneers THURSDAY. Jan. 8, 12:30 p.m., Jtt mile* north of Hayfleld on 58. 8 York sows due by sale day. 300 Kemberly pulleta. Very good power machine — 1950 Allls W D tractor. 3 bottom mounted plow, Allls WC tractor. Allls combine. Picker. Deere 4 row planter with liquid fertilizer tanks. Owatonna elevator. Tractor spreader. Complete line of very f ood furniture. F. W. Kala-har is on, owners. Albright & Sparks auctioneers. REAL ESTATE-11 FOR SALE HOUSES —11A JUNOEBS 2 burner oil neater, Monarch coal and wood range, enamel tlntsh.^Both In good condition. Dial CLEARANCE 15.8 cu. fr. best Coldspot refrigerator with separate true freezer. Was $449.95 — now $369.95. 16 cu. ft best Coldspot upright freezer, 560 Ib. capacity. Was $354.95 — now $289.95. Sears Roebuck Cr Co. 209 N. Main Austin, Minn. Kenn.Se.- cterok.es - wonderlul! P«ce. K. REFRIGERATOR. $45. Dial HF. ..3-^31 or &e« at 1203 8, Kenwood. ~j~B low. Put in your winter supply cow JBEgy quarters at Knauer's Market? _Texas trult. OBESE and caponettes, alive or dress- : ed. Dial HE 7-1474. LIVESTOCK —6t SEVEN 300 Ib. Yorkshire gilt* to far- row Feb. ip. John Marcbwick, Souih River Bt. HOLSTEIN and Guernseyheifer __calv«g. SUtfrdy Broa.. dial HE 5-4026. YORKSHIRE boars. Quemsey~bu!l«" 2'.i mlle» north of Coining, Lt-nuli Form. RESOLVE TO 6AVE MONEY IN '58 SEU, OR BUT THROUOH THE, WANT ADS HOMES — »3227 and up built on your foundation. Any slz«. Any style. ws finance. Our talented dealgnera create your plans, drawn just for you, from your Ideas. Best materials. Save time. Sav« $$$$. visit Fahnlng Supply Co., Watervllle, Minn. Q_pen_g-5.JKo Sundays.) "Bud Leif Real Estate Sterling Shopping Center HE 3-7339 SALE OR TRADE: 3 bedroom rambler in Bet Air. Will trade for 3 bedroom older home. 3 bedroom rambler. Near Neveln school. Trade for 2 or 3 bedroom home. WORK OUT DOWN PAYMENT^ New 2 bedroom ot 3 bedroom home. No cash down payment needed. Taxes paid for year. 4 BEDROOM AND GARAGE Immediate possession. Shaw school are*. Low cash down payment. No taxes for «. year. "> ROOM HOME Good .ondition — $7,500. "A Haupy Life it i home from Leif" After 5:30 p. m. Gene butts - HE 3-307-i Kud I.eif - HE 3-4670 Lloyd Cummings • HE 3-4258 Jeiry Quinn _^HEJM521 i BEDROOM home a:ird~gftrage~wltb on» acre land, lac&tfd on Elm Tre« Road near Preeborn St. west of city JlmlU. A): In A-l condition. OwiU'r leaving city. S500 down, balance UK* rent. J. A. RamscUi. Realtor 111 E. Water. HE 3-3494. Evenings 2 Bedroom, 4 Room Bungalow In South Austin. This home has carpeted living room, tile bath and f A. gjj heat. Garage. A good buy «t J9800. Northwest — New 3 bedroom rambler has tiled bath with /unity, Oak floors and F.A. gas heat. At- wched (jarat*. Priced to sell «t I.'6,500 Lakeview Addition — New 3 bedroom rambler it completely decor ated and hw formic* tabletops, tile bath, oak finish and F.A. gas heat, large lot with cement drive. $1800 down or owner will consider trade. 3 bedroom, 5 room home, located in Neveln School area. This home has extra large kitchen, tiled bath, recreation room and F.A. gas heat. Garage with cement drive. Priced to sell at $16,900. Austin Realty Co. ?05N. St. Paul HE 3-5035 Pat McAnally HE 3-5286 Carson Sterling HE 3-8397 Bob Demuth HE 3-8782 G. L. Haruon HE 3-3962 REAL ESTATE-n FOR SALE ROUSES —II 705 Euclid Very large J bedroom colonial 12x32 ft. livingroom. 20x11 Idtch en. Master bedroom 12*18. MUJ be seen to be appreciated. Call for an appointment. C-209. Babcork Agency HE 3-6707 After 3 p.m. H. K. Lund HE 3-6M9 R. 0. Babcodc HE 3-6516 FOR SALE—KARM.1 —11B PRICED from $3489, dollwed free. Pin« quality- Cdpp-Hom«s are praised by bankn, builders, and thousand* of Cupp-Home owner*. You Bftv« thousands of dollars on beautiful Capp-Homes, custom-built on your lot by our union men. Liberal financing. Write Capp-Home*, 1143 Dupont N., Dept. 133, Minneapolis, Mian. Sterling Shopping Center HE 3-2361 OAK'TOWER ADDITION New IVi story. Large kitchen with dining area, built-in ' itove and oven. Living room, bath and two bedrooms down. Unfinished upstairs. Oak trim. $650.00 down FHA. You may work out part of the down payment. NORTHWEST l^i story, 3 bedrooms. Kitchen, living room, bath and one bedroom down. Two bedrooms up. Nearly new garage. This home has had excellent care, AND LOOK only $10,700. ilX BLOCKS TO :OURTHOUSE Quick possession. Three bedrooms, attached garage, $500.00 down, payments like rent. LIST WITH US AND START PACK ING EVENINGS: PatCurtin—HE 3-6023 • Larry Keane—HE 7-2095 Bob Lewison—HE 7-3148 Real Eatat« Agency. HE 3-6WS. king Out the Old! Ring in The New! There'i no better time to iwitch house* — dieck these fine listings! § bedroom, 5 room rambler near Neyeln. Large living room with dining area — built-in china closet, double attached garage. Priced Urge 2 bedroom, 5 room, 2 story home in Northwest. Gas heat, carpeting and drapes included, #ir- age and fenced in back yard. Priced at J 11,700. BOY Barriofc. realtor. Farms, home* Farm loam, 314%. Dial HB 7-1752 MARCH 1 possession on several goo< modern 160 acre and 200 acre farm* Ooort terms. Selmer Wick», Route 4 Austin. Located 3 miles north, mile eaat, Oakland. Minn. Capretz Agency Since 1905 219 N, Main—HE 7-4503 160 acres near Lansing. Excellent soil productivity. Good buildings. Owner will finance 80 acres. All modern farm. Excellent soil. Buildings in very good condition. Near Blooming Prairie. 120 acre farm with modern home near Blooming Prairie. Good foil. Buildings fair. $235 per acre. EVENINGS: Bob Hart—HE 7-1101 Earl Miller—HE 7-4125 GOOD farms available. All alzcs. E, H Kraft Real Estate. HE 3-3138. MODERN farma — 193 acres, price $20.000, $4500 will handle. 160 acres, $175 acre, $7500 will handle. 240 acres, price *48,000, $10,000 will handle. Call P. N. Dalian Atlas 9-6098 Rocheater, Minn. GOOD rarma available, Le Vaaaeur Real Estate. 21S E. Water. HE 3-8478 LISTINGS WANTED —11F WE NEED HOMES TO SELL! List With Ui Today. Dial HE 3-9658 ARENS SALES E. Water APPRAISAL SERVICE We have buyers for 2 and 3 bedroom homes. Prompt, reliable courteous service. FLANNERY^ 205-A N. Main—HE 3-5688 Real Estate — Insurance Income Tax Service H. F. Ohde Agency 300B N. Main Dial HE 3-2324 AUTOMOTIVE-! 2 ACCESSORIES — IZB 50 PLYMOUTH, V-8, abort block M- sembly. 2000 mllea. Midway Car Sales, Sensational - New Southwind Minit Heatl CAN DB INSTALLED ON ALL CARS Fast heating Fast defrosting - defogginj Fast engine warm ups Save motor wear and tear Save gasoline Have your dealer ot lervlce man check into thi$ new winter comfort for you. AUSTIN CARB. & ELECT. CO. 211 B. Maple - HB 3-2397 AUTQMOT1VI-12 CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES CURTIS Avenud of Beautiful Cars HUWay2l8N,-HE7-4508 ISM BUICK Special 4 dr. Automatic. 8,500 . . 1659 D.K.W. 375 mile*. ... Will trade. 1303 Blili AT*. TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER Everyone wants to go to Austin's leading deafer in good, high quality used cars — See them on Display now at USEM'S Over 75 ' To Chose From SPECIAL SAVINGS NOW 2.5 Cbevrohtt 8 Bricks } Plymouth) 6 Fords Station Wagons '58 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 dr. '55 Ford 2 dr. '51 Ford V-8 2 dr. SAVE PLENTY ON ^EWandEXCUTIVE '58 Cadillac 4 dr. '58 Cadillac Coupe Deville '58 Oldsombile "98" 4 dr. '58 Chevrolet (8) Biscayne 4 dr. '58 Chevrolet Bel-Air 4 dr. 2 BIG LOTS Downtown & Sterling We Can Arrange Terms To Fit Your Budget USEM'S Your Chev. -Olds. -Cad. -Dealer Youth Held After Annoying Baby Sitter, Piling Up Car A 17-year-oid Austin bay who allegedly greeted the new year by annoying an 18-yeaf-oW baby sitter, smashing: a house window and his car's grill and headlights was tagged by th* sheriff's office for drunken driving after running Into an embankment just east of Austin. Held in the county jail until arrival of a parent was Thomas Downey, 17, Highway 16-E. Charges are also pending for a disturbance he allegedly caused at the home of Louis Lumholt, 805 N. Railway. Lumholt told police the youth went to his house about 11 p.m. asking to see him and that the baby sitter told him thft couple was out. He mad* ft grab at the girl tnd then went out to hi* «A*. Later the youth Smashed hit car .door window with his fist and then got out and kicked at the headlight! and grill according to th* rtport. He reportedly went to the hou» and stuck his fist through the door window, splattering blood over th» porch, living room and drapes, Mrs. Lumholt said today. Blood in also splattered along th« fence at the home, The youth drove away but pR. ed up his car about 11:80 p.m. «t an Intersection north of the Airport Road. Damage of $160 wai dons to his car and he was treated for cuts and bruise* at St. Olaf Hospital. Whirlybirds Expected to Serve Minnesota 50 FORD 2 door. Radio sj\d heater. 405 S, First. rVANTED TO HOY —12D BURNED, wrecked cars 4t trucks Wells. Minn. Auto parts, call 252L. Realtors—PH. HE 3-6601 Evenings: L Mechl HE 3-3659 B. Skinner HB 7-4406 K. Leaned HE 7-1253 C. J. Le«ried HE 3-9542 WE buy care, Midway Car Sales. TOP prices for your old or wrecked cars, American Auto Parts, _E._ Oakland^ HE_7-1989. OAKS, TJUJCKSTBUSIES 1303 LARRY "Thrifty Auto Comer" Stop At The Little Red House! '57 Ford .. $1995 FISHER Real Estate. HE 3-9563. Over 1200 sq. ft of floor are* in this new 3 bedroom rambler located in one ot Austin's newest and fastest growing areas. Kitchen with built-ins and large dining area. Attached double garage. Distinctively different floor plan. $19,750. "500" -1-dr. vs'ith radio, hcitcr, iordonuuic. An excellent car. '56 Ply. ... $1595 Belvedere 2-dr. hardtop with pew- erllyte tr.msmission. A nice car. ST. PAUL & WATER HE 3-9169 51 DKLUXE Chevrolet. Mechanically Bound. S«« Eric Nordstrom, 218 North, second green house south Printings. TRUCK BARGAINS '57 Int. l'/a Ton LW.B. Chassis with jpace s*ver cab. Completely reconditioned. Excellent tiro all around. '57 Chev. IVaTonS.W.B. Chassii and cab. Exceptionally clean and good throughout. '56 Ford Heavy Duty Vi Ton Pickup '40 Chev. 2 Ton Cab. Forward with platform. Runt and looki good. These Trucks Have Gotta Go MAKE US AN OFFER Fordt own H present plan* «•• realized, 1 will not b» long until the nation will see helicopteri coining ant going every day, bringing to the j citizens all the benefit* and advan jtages which this versatile vehicl provides. Many communities throughout the country are today enjoying thin modern form o transportaion, and it may become a reality right here. Plans have just been announced by Heliflights, Inc., St. Paul, Min nesota's first helicopter service, that larger equipment is on the way and that flights will commence in March. It is planned to start the service on some of the routes as filed with the Civil Aero- Corner of River & Winona HE 3-3486 School Menus AUSTIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONDAY — Soup and crackers, Fire Sweeps Big Building at Montgomery MONTGOMERY, Minn. (AP)Fire believed rtarted by spontaneous combustion swept a large storage building of the Commander Elevator her* Thursday night destroying about 25,000 bushels of soybeans and grain. The fire struck before high winds arose. Firemen from Montgomery, aided by New Prague and Le Center departments, prevented the flames from reaching the main section of the elevator. Police Chief Joe Ploncinski spotted the blaze about 11:45 p.m., while making his rounds. Firemen believed the blaze started from spontaneous combustion in about 37 tons of ground corn cobs stored n the building. Lost were 18,000 bushels of soybeans, 4,000 bushels of barley and about 8,000 bushels of, spring wheat. Jack Scheffert, elevator manager, gave no immediate damage figure. 3 Candidates for GOP Spot to Be Quizzed MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Three candidates for Republican state i atlvertisements to *PP«»r in this chairman will be interviewed Sat-i paper ilom time to time - Kelt- irday at a meeting here of thej flights officials are hopeful that party's nominating committee. sufficient interest and support will Announced aspirants, to be in- be sllow n to warrant continued op- erviewed separately by the group, eratio " s by scheduled flightj. ire Ed Viehman, Owatonna; Waler Fricke, St. Paul, and William HcFadzean, Edina. Mrs. Evelyn ieberling, Winona, already has >een nominated as state chairwoman. Also nominated earlier were, John Mooty Minneapolis; L. C.' Andersen, Northfield, and Roger) Noreen, Duluth, as first, second! and third vice chairmen, respectively. Tabbed for vice chair- nautios Board in Washington orw two years ago. The proposed route* cover a large part of central Mlo. nesota, Including a number o( towns which have never bad an? kind of air transportation service, Fixed Schedules Planned The CAB application now pen*. Ing is for the purpose of carrying mail, passengers and cargo on r*» gular fixed schedules. Preliminary flights will be on a non-scheduled basis and will be for th« purpose of introducing the hell, copter to the people of the com* munities, establishing operational sites or heliports, and determining the amount of Interest by th* citizens In having local helicopter service. During the Introductory period everyone will have the opportunity of taking a short sight seeing ride in a helicopter over familiar territory, at special reduced fares. According to officials of Hell. flights, the safety record of A* helicopter has never been matched by any other vehicle of tram- portation, including the horse and buggy. The helicopter is not a high speed aircraft, nor is it particul- adaptable to long distanca flying, although this too is being done. Its chief usefulness lies lit mldtown .to midtown operations, consequently it cannot be considered a competitor of the ordinary aeroplane. Its ability to fly sideways, back up, go straight ahead, or hover in midair, permits it to operate from confined areas. Unlike the fixed- wing aeroplane, the rotary-wing lelicopter does not require an elaborate ground facility with runways, wind indicators, and oth« er auxiliary equipment; any space lightly larger than the diameter if the rotor can be used providing here is proper side clearance. Jet Turbine Power The new flight equipment Is of the five-passenger model, power* d by a Jet turbine engine in place )f the conventional piston engine. ~uel used is either kerosene or uel oil. Cruising speed is 100 miles in hour. The useful load of the lew models is 1400 pounds, more nan double the loading capacity f Heliflights present helicopters. The company plans to announce be date and place of the introduc- ory flights through a series of to Set Hearing On STILLWATER, Minn. (AP)-Tlm council is expected to set a public women were Mrs. Ester Putnam, I hearin S in the near future on Blue Earth; Mrs. Marge Gal-' proposal to build a sewa 8 e dis peanut butter, cheese jam bread' i braitn ' Minneapolis, and Mrs. Lu- i posal plant> est »nated to cost butter, milk, apple crisp. ' 'i cille Blank - St. Paul. about a ™ illio n dollars. TUESDAY - Steamed potatoes and hamburger gravy, buttered green beans, bread, butter, milk, fruit jello. WEDNESDAY -Macaroni hot dish, cabbage salad, bread, butter, milk, pudding. THURSDAY - Baked ham loaf- candy sweet potatoes, whole kernel corn, bread, butter, milk, cher- -r-i «-. . !ry sauce, I heSe Prices' FRIDAY ~ Tuna and rice, but itered beets, bread, butter, milk, i prune sauce. Clear The Lot SALE The GOP state central commit. The project came to the for* tee, meeting on Jan. 10, will of-' after c °u>icilmen voted to accept ficially elect the new party lead- tlle offer °' the federal govern- j ment to provide $250,000 toward ers. F6, Box 327, Austin, Minn. 1 NORTHERN feeder pigs. Ou e or truck : load. Frictd rlgtu. Baro'.d and John j_ Brainerd, Blooming Prairie. HATIONAL orgaalwtlon h*s «»«»«« TOP quality leeder cattle. springers. Alvla Bexgstron:, 3 •=a*t. Ua_ north Bose CreeX. and used snow blowers »50 »_.. up! C)!f/ Qreenman, Gravely Sales & Service. HE 3-7915. 1. 1 year old. JoLn H. Mien. BEST BUYS You can get the best buys on reconditioned TV sets, washets, dryers, refrigerators, vacuum clein- e«, etc. at GAMBLES "V'our Friendly Store" COME IN AND SAVE! be married aud rctioe in com-'_- n :_*£ i _* 1 ___ '" ™*^** as excellent oppor- NOBTHEBN leeder pigs. Ko« —;c tvuxlt,y Jor the right mw* to cctftbiiih bimttir IB » peruut *** JP^itiofl. Company beaefit plan »»c»Uoji pl*c. Oood itanlng bulitry jnco»» pl»n bated coa- at •me pi*n Ub6d *it . vou, 2 'nillta sou'.h and 1 milt- wt*: Creek. Dial HE 7-2659, COWS, heifer* to freshen Robert LeKoy, Mine. WANT ADS Pay for 4 Rum n> Get 6 iX)R SALE — Woman's black belttu wool coat, size 12. Woman's brown WJOl sport ccmt, K!Z* 14 or 16 Man's gray wool overcoat, sue 40. Man's biaclc Hudsoa Bay overcoat, tile i2. Army o. D. panti, never worn tl/.« 31 wal»i - 33 length. Aricy overcoat »1th buttoned ln*ert suitable tor rain w well u coldest day*, only a lew day*. Se« to ap- prio» Tilxie*. «u B. ENJOY 1': story home located in Stcil- iiijc-. -' bedrooms, bath *nd kitdieii with above-average dining arci. j Unfinished up. Nicely landscaped | ' THK NEW YEAR IN THIS 3 bedroom r.uiibler. Carpeted living room, Urge kitchen with dining ace*, tiled bath. Recreation loom in basement has tile floor, al- i so shower, stool and lavatory. Ga- ! heat - ra^e and cement diivc. NAV. lo- '' tas:e;i - «tion. $ 18,650 — C.'OO. Tops in desiga and the best of construction in this new 3 oed- room home at 707 NeoU. Com- io/uble living space ot ovr I.'00 sq. ft. Shown by apiiointtnccit u.ily. $13,200. HARBER'S HE 3-3486 (Member'M. L. S.> Evenings: ' Lury Gwi/ieU—liE3-416» 1 lu\ii«.x>ni home located httween Austin and Brownsdale. Combination storms and scieens, F.A oil Urge double paraye. Low *:00 down. Balance like rent. $10,900. Kellogg Agency l22'/ 2 West Mill HE 3-3434 EVENINGS Niik Bradeu — HE .V^VO Red Lewison — \\\ \-\".\\.\ Larry Kellogg — H£ 3-5092 '56 CHRY. New Yorker . $1795 '56 CHRY. Windsor . . $1395 '55 CHEV $1195 '55 DESOTO $13*95 '53 PLY $350 '52 FORD $295 '49 Doctor, Baby Both Are Born on New Year's cost of the plant. Gambler WiKi Cut Tongue Is Cleared SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) — A gambler with a severed tongue has no connection with the slaying j of Tony Mirabile, says police NEWARK, N.J. (API - Gerald j When Robert Womach. 25, wa, Simth came mlo this world just; brought to a hospital Thursdav MONDA Y-Chili, sliced cheese.'lew .? °, 8 S Uie ' With '^ inc>hes of his to "S ue cut crackers, peanut butter sandwich ^ *? a " T ursciav - ;ojf ' P° lice thought there might be dessert, milk. '' n r- L W allended him a ! ' e -' n between the injury to the Buttered mashed :°!"' u , , R( °^' Was ^° b °'" Las Ve * as - ^- card dealer and at the same hospital, the shooting of Mirabile weultK- LE ROY SCHOOL TUESDAY 15 More Good Cars Austin Auto Co 215 E. Mill • Open Evenings ilasi VOLKSWAGEN .stUaS Biiok i with red upholsury. \vn; take older Ciir in triiU*. Ktu Ka-maoU ciil] ! Owatour.ii 31i*. potatoes, string beans, cold meat ; sandwiclies, bread and butter, fruit 'jello. milk. WEDNESDAY — Potato salad, potato chips, barbecue hamburger, peanut butter sandwich, cook- j ies, milk. THURSDAY - Scalloped pota- and ham, ca~Trx>t salad, cheese sandwich, frosted graham crackers, milk. READ CLASSIFIED ADS For Dependable "First Choice" USED CARS See MOTOR First! on a Jan. 1 Beth-Israel. The infant's delighted inolher. Mrs. Ozzie Smith, named him aft er the doctor. Amnesty Granted 83 War Criminals tavern owner with suspected underworld connections. But Womach told them his tongue was cut off by a woman iu Tijuana who robbed him ot $00. He refused to give further details. Ike and His Doctor Fund Co-Omrmen TOKYO (AP) - The United States has granted amnesty to the FRIDAY - Creamed potatoes < IS? 1 I 3 Ja P anese war mmiuals. and peas, celery sticks egg salad i, Fore '8 n Ministry said this I 'officially completes the war | crimes issue." The ministry said Paul Dudley Whue."hcan"sptcml ,the U. S. government notified Ja- ist. are honorary co-chainiiDA ,f First job in show business that; an Monday that the ICI-HK of 75 the l'J5b National Heart Fund sandwiches, ginger bread, milk. NEW YORK (AP) — M:Dwight D. Eisenhower and Dr. jFlo Ziegfeld, of "Follies" fame, i former military men and eight campaign. '- :J sharpsliooter civilians had b Wild West terms actually , g ! found was tts a kid sbarpsljooter civilians had been reduced to the with Buffalo BUT, 1 show.

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