The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 5, 1959 · Page 2
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Monday, January 5, 1959
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HERALD Monday, Jan, S, 1959 '1 '•> VITAL STATISTICS Births AT St, OLAF HOSPttAt Mr. ind Mrs. Merwin Rend, Sargeftnt, daughter, Jan. 3. Mf. and Mrs, Vernon Smith, 611 Center, ion, Jan, 3. Mr. tad Mr*. Gerald Butler, Blooming Prairie, *», Jan. 4, Mf 1 . and Mr*. Thaddeus Anderson, M W. College, non, Jan. 4. Mr. and Mr*, Sanes Flaherty, 2001 Parkview, ton,-Jan. 5. Mr. »nd Mrs. Melvin Hanson, - Austin Rt. J, daughter, Jan. S. Deaths JOHN BRANDT John Brandt, 82, died Sunday evening at St. Olaf Hospital following TB short illness. A former resident of the St, Ansgar community, he resided at 1809 Sheldon. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ernestine Jordan, Fertle. Iowa, and four sons. Mike, Alex and Robert of Austin and Tom of Dexter. Funeral arrangements by t h e Worlein Funeral Home will be announced later. ADOLPH HOLT Adolph Eugene Holt, 69, died Sunday morning at his home three miles east of LeRoy. Survivors are his wife, Alta, two brothers, Abner and Oscar, both of Ostrander, four sisters: Christina, Minneapolis; Alma (Mrs. Joseph Evenson,) Minneapolis, Olga, (Mrs. Lee,) Minneapolis, and Clara, Mrs. Albert Rogstad, Fountain. MILT MORSE Milt Morse, 79, died Sunday evening at his home in LeRoy. Funeral arrangement* have not yet been completed. Funerals HOLT—Funeral ttrrtcts for Adolph Eugene Holt, LeRoy, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Martz Funeral horn* with services at 1:30 p.m. at the LeRoy Lutheran Church, the Rev, Paul Hanson officiating. Interment Is at LeRoy Lutheran Cemetery. Friends may call at the Mart* Funeral home until service time. Obituaries 1905 Mrs. Ernest Dammann 1958 Marie Catherine Johanna Oelkers, daughter of Jacob Oelkers and his wife Metta, nee Hoist, was born April 8, 1905, in Red Rock Township, Mower County. She was baptized at Trinity Lutheran Church by Pastor John Guse in 1905 and she renewed her baptismal vow at her confirmation at Trinity Lutheran Church in 1919 by Pastor Theodore Engel. She attended Brownsdale Public School. On June 17, 1S31, the deceased was united in the holy estate of matrimony with Ernest Carl Dammann by Pastor R. F. Schroeder st Trinity Lutheran Church. They established their homo on a farm, 1 miles south of Elkton. Mrs. Dammann was a lifelong member of Trinity Church and participated in home project and 4-H activities. She loved the out- of : door« and enjoyed v her flowers, her family and home and her church. Mrs. Dammann died suddenly at her home in Marshall Township, Dec. 23, 1958, at the age of 53 years, 8 months and 15 days. Her parents and a .brother preceded her in death. Funeral services were held at Trinity Lutheran Church at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 27, with interment in the church cemetery. The Pastor H. P. Bauer officiated; the Worlein Funeral Horn* was in charge of arrangements. Survivors are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. John Schepler (Marilyn), Austin, and Marlys, attending the University of Minnesota; a son, Myron, also attending the university; a sister, Miss Erma Oelkers, Austin Rt. 5; a BUDGET OIL GO. Present* th» AUSTIN PACKERS Swimming Team LARRY FISHER A fif»t ytar swimmer on Verne Ojonpo's Austin High Swimming team is Lorry Fisher, son of Mr. and Mr*. Lyte Fisher, 802 Myrtle St. Mr. Fisher is g Hormel em- . Lflrry swims the Free Style on the teom. He is in the 8th grade, fltong with his brother Lyle who is alto on the swimming teom. Larry is o member of Hi-Y and the youth organization at the EvaroeUcgJ United 0 re them church. Fishing is « fowrite hobby, «M Larry Is inttif«st«d in Foot 4 Vubfa S ervict brother, Claude Oelkers, Brownsdale. Out-of-town persons attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. George Dammann, Peoria, 111.; Christ Oelkers, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Red- her, Ooodhue, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer, Red Wing; Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Bade, Mrs. Ira Senecal, Mrs. William Jheers.l St. Paul. | t Card of Thanks 1 wish to thank my friends, relatives, boys and girls in my Third j Grade class and teachers at Shaw, School who sent me cards, letters, i gifts and flowers while I was a^ patient at St. Marys Hospital, Your' kindnesses were greatly appreciated. Mrs. Mandley Olson. Traffic Count Nears End With Smaller Total By THE ASSOCIATED PRF.SS Traffic 376 Fires 60 Miscellaneous 112 INGER STEVENS Actress in Fair Condition; No Suicide Note NEW YORK (AP)-Movie actress Inger Stevens, found unconscious in her apartment late Sunday night, was reported in fair condition today at Columbus Hospital. Doctors said she apparently had swallowed "a caustic — possibly cleaning fluid." The superintendent of the fashionable Gramercy Park apartment where Miss Stevens lives found the 24-year-old blonde, clad in a nightgown, lying unconscious on her bed. A partly empty ammonia bottle lay nearby. Police said there was no note or other indication of a possible suicide attempt. Court News Terrance Bates, 705 W. Oakland, drinking strong beer, pleaded innocent, charge dismissed. The charge grew out of a light Dec. 18 at the Lagoon Skating rink. Curt Wilkinson, 1805 E. Winona, become a public nuisance, charge dismissed. The charge was a result of a call New Year's eve to the Wilkinson home for a disturbance. William Schmidt, 604 Wilson, no dog license, $5. Three Lyle youths, Gary Nelson, Brian Capretz and Herman Kahnke, were charged with obstructing a public highway Dec. 16 and the case was taken under advisement. Roger D. Hallum, 510 Marshall, following too closely, the case was continued. Lyle R. Mikkelson, 1415 Baldwin, driving 39 m.p.h. in a 30- mile tone, $15. Nobel Joel, 710 Lyndale, and Jaynard Johnson, Austin Rt. 1, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, case continued. The two allegedly kept two 14-year-old girls out overnight, Frank M. Haskins, 201 N. Seventh, running a stop sign, $10. Mr. and Mrs. Morris DeMets, 1010 W. Allegheney, allowing their daughter to violate the curfew, $25, suspended. Mrs. Dorothy P. Schneider, 711 Division, allowing her son to violate the curfew. A previous suspended $25 sentence on the same count was revoked, fined $25. Total 548 The count of traffic deaths during the New Year's holiday neared its end today with indications that the four-day loll would be smaller than expected. Delayed reports of fatal traffic accidents Hint occurred up to midnight Sunday were expected to add a few deaths to the tabulation. Several times during the long holiday the rate of deaths had increased to a pace that indicated a new record for a four-day New Year's holiday was in the making. The record is 409, set during the 1956-57 holiday. The National Safety Council had estimated a toll of 390 lives for the 102-hour weekend which began at 6 p.m. (local time) Wednesday and continued to midnight Sunday. Tragic as it was, the toll this New Year was something to be thankful for, the council said. 'We are thankful that the toll stayed below our pre-holiday estimate," a council spokesman said. IKE (Continued from Page 1) eign aid field seemed likely to get special study from the Democrats. Sen. William Fulbright (D-Ark), who has proposed a broad inquiry into international policies, among those nsked to meet the President. The Senate Foreign Relations NEW YEAR SUPPLIES FOR THE OFFICE e Doted Ploriw — Desk and Pocket Sise t Doted Calenders For Desk Use — All tist* e Calendar Pad Refills * Tax Records — CM Ixpense PAYROLL CALCULATORS R««d Hie N«w 2'/j% F.I.C.A. T« fr Withholding T<u — Quickly «t «A |»A o Clone* VVlQU » lavenlery Pods t Tromfer Coses • File Folder fr Guides * Steel Files fr Ledgers * Austin Office Supply 104 N. Maia HE 3-8682 was with a member, scheduled a meeting er, the President's brother, that State Man, 22, Admits String of Burglaries BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP) - A LEGISLATURE (Continued from Page 1) Eight otheri felt the Mouse should be apportioned according to population. F i v r committee members refused to approve either proposal. The committee called on the ,1959 Legislature to "find a fair, young southern Minnesota man realistic and p erma nent method held here on an armed robbery 4 reapportionment that will as- charge, has admitted a string of sure a continuing and equitable 19 burglaries in Redwood and voice in state government for all Brown counties, according to au- Minnesotans." Court Order Recalled DonflW T,.rh« 99 «f r »«,!,«•„« Il "P" 88 ^ the hope for action ZL T H Ur r!I 2 ' Jf± S to «*«•• «» ^stitution, point- thorities who questioned him over the weekend. CASTRO EN ROUTE TO HAVANA — Rebel leader Fidel Castro climbs into his car in Santiago after his government had taken control of Cuba following the flight of Fulgencia Batista. Castro, leader of the revolutionary forces, is now en route to Havana, but his arrival is still uncertain. Sources from which this picture was obtained were unable to give exact date it was made. (APPhotofax) ROCKET (Continued fiom Page 1) would^ encompass Distances so Batista holdouts, but reports- from his commanders in Havana assured Castro the situation was fully under control and nothing could vast they are outside the range of human conjecture. It would lie beyond the immeasurable galaxy known as the Milky Way. Possibilities Grent Kukarkin said that higher speeds than those needed by Rus sia's space rocket to escape earthly gravity are probably attainable in the near future. .- „.. .....„„„.„ "Similar space ships will be ca- Committee, of which Fulbright is Pable of traveling beyond the boundaries of our solar system," j »»..w« H (*,v* u liit^uLiiiK — — »—%*•.«• t^u v* WUA ov/Jdi ay ObC 11]. for later in the day to outline a ne declared. It is possible to go formal study of these policies. sti11 further a A proposal by Milton Eisenhow- further tasks - still further and think about even "We can not only leave our sol--, --„_ >->wwjvi>.i4Ui? tji V/HIC1 . ILlUb • » — —•*«• »v' W uin j 1LU * b Will £t\Ji m the United States adopt a tougher ar system, but even our galactic nnlinv tnurnr-rl T «*«« A **,«..:*.._ j> SVSt.f>m " VIA artrlcwt policy toward Latin American dic tators seemed likely to get some support from Sen. Johnson. In addition to calling for "bold.j new imaginative programs" in the ' international field, Johnson has urged the administration to adopt "a consistent policy for Latin America which will help our neighbors to help themselves." Milton Eisenhower, in a formal weekend report to the President, proposed establishment of a council on inter-American affairs, with the secretary of state as chairman, to "upgrade U.S. activities affecting Latin America." system," he added. PUBLISHER DIES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Seymour Berkson, S3, publisher of the New York Journal American for three years, died Sunday of a heart attack. Berkson was a former general manager of International News Service, now merged with United Press International. He started his journalism career as a district reporter for the Chicago Herald and American while a student at the University of Chicago, CUBA 'Continued from Page 1) upset his hard won victory. Returning to Normalcy There were immediate signs of a return to normalcy in the tense excited city. Newspapers began appearing again. Stores .flung open their doors to do a landoffice business selling foodstuffs to hungry Ha- vaneros. Taxis and buses resumed operation. Industrial workers began preparing to return to their jobs. Castro's bearded soldiers patrolled the streets with rifles, pistols, and machineguns, guarded government buildings and banks and roamed the lobbies and corridors of hotels, on the alert for violence. Brigitte Will Marry Jazz Man Jan. 29 PARIS (AP) — France's well in Redwood County, was arrested last Tuesday when he tried to trade off a car allegedly used in the holdup of the Sportland Market here Monday night. He was being held here under $2,500 bond pending arraignment in District Court this afternoon. George Mattson, Redwood County sheriff, joined Beltraml County (officials in questioning Turbes, who had about 100 worth of carpenter and mechanic's tools in his possession, when arrested. Mattson said all had been identified as stolen. The sheriff said Turbes admitted burglaries at Rowena, Wabasso, Lucan, Milroy, Seaforth, Wanda and Lamberton in Redwood County and at Springfield in Brown County. Mattson said a television set, several record players and other stolen loot was recovered from a vacant farmhouse near Wabasso which Turbes admitted using as a hiding place. 'Small World 7 Reported Safe at Barbados BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP) —Officials here announced the gondola of the British balloon Small World arrived today at the Crane Hotel beach on the southeast coast of this island. There were no immediate details. Nothing had been heard from the balloon for 19 days. The Small World, with a crew of four—three men and awoman, left the Canary Islands Dec. 12 for an attempt at a wind-propelled crossing of the Atlantic. Barbados was the target. Its radio had been silent since Dec. 17. An earlier report, just before ing out that reapportionment now would be outdated when the -I960 census is completed. The committee called attention to a federal court order of last July In an action seeking to force reapporllonmrml by Invalidating the 1913 act which set up districts from which legislators still are elected. The report said the order, which did not finally detid& the issue, "clearly implies that the court may compel reapportionment in its final disposition of the case if the 1959 Legislature fails to take positive action." Possible by 1961 The committee said that if the 1959 Legislature agrees on terms of an amendment and it is approved by the voters in 1960, actual reapportionment legislation could be enacted by the 1961 Legislature. This would mean election of legislators from newly established districts in 1962, the year stale officials will be elected for four-year terms for the lirst time. Under terms of the proposed amendment submitted by the committee, senatorial districts would be set up by dividing the state's population by the number of senators arid dividing the state into districts along county lines with populations ; as nearly equal in population as possible. Some Stay Same The committee said this would leave many rural districts just as they are now, In some cases two counties would join to elect one senator where each now elects a senator, or a two-county senatorial district would become a three- county district. There would be only two four-county districts. On the basis of 1956 population, this would give Hennepln County 16 senators Instead of 9, Ramsey 8 Instead of 6. St. Louis County would not be affected. For the House, the state's population would be divided by the number of representatives. Each county having a population at least one-third of that average would have one representative. Each county with less than one- third that average would be joined with another to form a representative district, but no more than two counties would ever be so combined All remaining representatives would be divided among counties with larger populations on a mathematical bnsls. Counties assigned more than one representative would be divided into equal districts along boundaries of governmental subdivisions or census tracts. ENGINEERING DEAN DIES NASHVILLE, Tenn, (AP)-Fred Justin Lewis, 68, dean of the Vanderbilt School of Engineering for 25 years, died Sunday of a stroke. He was born in Blandford, Mass. Herbert Hoover to Go Fishing MIAMI BEACH, Fla. W) - Former President Herbert Hoover headed today for a month's vacation and his annual fishing trip in the Florida Keys. The 84-year-old former President arrived her* from New York Sunday aboard a National A i r Lines jet plane and said he found the trip "a true revolution in air travel." Advertisement MEN PAST40 Troubled with GETTING UP NIGHTS Point in BACK, HIPS, LEGS Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR If you are a victim of thest symptom* then your troubles may be traced to Glandular Inflammation. Glandular Inflammation ia a constitutional disease and medicines that give temporary relief will not remove the causes of your troubles. Neglect of Glandular Inflammation often leads to premature! senility, and incurable malignancy. The past year men from 1,000 communities havn been successfully treated hare at Excelsior Springs. They have found soothing relief and a new zest in life. The Excelsior Medical Clinic, devoted to tha treatment of disease* peculiar to older men by NON- SURGICAL Methods has a New FREE BOOK that telJa how thraa troubles may be corrected by proven Non-Surgical treatments. This book may prove of utmost importance in your life. No obligation. Excililor Mtdleal Clinic, Dtpt. B8460 Exctliior Springi, Mo. I THE MORE IT CHANGES THE MORE IT'S THE SAME — old French proverb LI.. *»" cai «<-i reuuri. lust ue T 1 !™!' 6 .«*"_ W* Bar- Christmas, had "the balloon in IFlPTr »*^'"*"•? T^^rSfT^T?^ W32~«^^^W*-^t^,^^*i$^*ir'!,™ ( ,,'.'' -• _A__.," > J - * * „- -fn |» i-*",?*^ . VV J -v, * •'•v-f* . their wedding date, friends of the couple say. The wedding date is Distel's 24th birthday and the anniversary of the release of his first big record a year ago. Brigitte also is 24. The earliest known copper- nickel alloy coins are those minted about 170 B. C. in a kingdom in India. Many chonget hove been mad* In funeral service In polling yean — and all hove contributed to t h • welfare of the family. But the mare It change* the more it's the same personal, thoughtful, helpful service at it wai in 1915, the year Mayer Funeral Home vat founded. MAYER ftm? 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Prints and broadcloth, novelty 1% QQ trim. Sizes 1, 2, 3. .... fcivJI Girls' Orion sweaters, pastels, cardigans with novelty detail, 4 QQ sizes 1, 2, 3 and 3x. ... liwv Yotinken Baby Land — First Floor 1. Edison white maple or wax birch crib, 4-position adjustable springs, full panel ends, plostic teething roil, double drop sides, stabilizing bar, lamb CO9 decol, lucita costers $W£ 2. Famous moke mattress, 48-coil, heavy gauge print coated »A fabric cover $9 3. Playpen, 40x40", stands 8" off the floor. Natural, varnished oak finish, flipover lock, plostic teething roils, Incite 919 costers, composition floor VtlL 4. Nursery choir with vessel, removable plos- tic troy, wax birch, decal *% AA trim. Folds for carrying Vitfv 5. Diaper pail of styrene plastic, 16','2- quart. Airtight cover, rustproof Q 1Q handle. White, pastels Ml I 0 6. Up and downer car seat, child can sit or stand safely. Novelty plastic covering, hook over arms, A QQ safety belt, steering wheel. . . . *iv«f 7. Nursery chair-step chair combination, with vessel. Plastic seat and tray, chrome legs non-skid, natural hard- . . M QQ wood back and arms 1100 8. Deluxe car bed and seat, heavy gouge plostic, safety back, headboard, mattress, long wing sides. Folds flat. Grey tweed covering. . . , ma- IS AJ[ Vi6*t nursery upholstery 9. Playpen pods, tufflex filled, 40x40", oil. over print on pink, aqua, maize, white. 10. Hi choir pad to match 1,58 II. Bosket pad, 13x27", kmf e edgt>, embossed vinyl plastic. Pink, 4 BO w-hite, maize, aqua liwO 1 2. Bumper guard for crib or playpen, 8" high, 1 1/2" thick, embossed vinyl plastic. Pink, white, Q, 1Q aqua, maize Vl I v baby's bedding values 13. Fitted Quilted pcds, white cotton broadcloth. 17x16" 18x34" 42c 82c 2.39 $1 34x52" 14. Plastic fitted mattress cover, bound corners. ....... ii'. Rosebud nylon tricot quilt, ruffled edge estron filled. White Q 1O pink, maize, 36x50" Wi I 9 16. Nylon covered comforter, 36x45", warmcel filled. 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Snap side Gro feature shirt, 6 months and 1 year 28. Binder twistless tie tape ,, 29. Towel with pastel knit trim, ) 6x22". , , . , 30. Towel with pastel knit trim, 28x40" 31. Wash cloths, 9x9", 2 to a package. Pastels or white. 32. Fitted knit crib sheet, mitered corners, elastic on ends fits regular crib size 911 mattress. White, pastels 4»i 1 I 33. Gripper gown with mitten cuffs, drawstring bottom, white or pastels. 16 months size. 34. Kimono, lace trimmed, Gripper fostenin Solid pastels or white 4 with pastel trim 11 35. Smocked sacque, bow trim, Gripper QfWt fastenings. Pink, blue, maize tWIC 36. Training ponty, Swiss rib knit, two-way stretch, all around elastic waist. White or . . AA J pastels. I to 1 ',:, 2 to 3, 4 to 6 years. PiP 37. Gro-feoture sleeper, sof-so)e slipper feet turnabout tops. Pastels. Broken sizes, 1 to 4 years 38. Solid color and print combination sof-sole slipper feet, turnabout top. Broken sizes, 1 to 4 yeari. 4 I i i iet?r, 2.47 sleeper, Pastels. 2.68 Toddlers' polo shirts, short sleeves, prints, jacquard, crew neck, snap fastenings. 6, 12, 18 months <P1 and !, 2, 3, 4 years Ql Corduroy Longies, bib top, adjustable suspender, sizes 2, 3, 4 years, dork 4 Eft shades I i9O 2-Pc. Snoozer Sleeper, plastic dot, safe sole, elastic self help closing. Machine wasnable Pink blue maize. I, 2, 3, -t CO 4 years I iwO Toddler boys' playsuit, I -pc. zipper front, wash and wear cotton, blue or tan <f f*A 2, 3, 4 years I •WU Layette Savings DIAPERS — Younkers own label, gauze, quick drying, absorbent. 20x40", while, A QA Dozen £iDD KNIT GOWNS, KIMONOS, SACQUES, fine combed cotton, white, Qt&A pastels. (Sketched) 5P8C 3 - PC. THERMAL KNIT SETS, slipover tops, plos- tic waist on pants, elasticized bootees. Pink, maize, aqua. Medium, •! QQ large. (Sketched) I • V«f TERRY HOOD TOWEL, double woven, 36x36" white or t *tO • pastels .... 11IV INFANTS' BUNTING, bacon cloth, separate hood, plastic lined. A. AA Pink, blue, maize, white mttQv QUILTED TRICOT BUNTING, jacket with attached hood, embossed ribbon turn. Pink, blue maize. O QQ white. (Sketched) VlVV LARGE ORLOK SHAWLS,'embroidered ribbon ond lace trim. White pastels. m AX (Sketched) . VlVtl 3-PC. BOOTEE SET,"soft Orion sweater, cop, bootees, boy A. QQ or girl styles .... {fclVV LAYETTE SWEATER, embroidery trim, Orion, white pastels, boy and -j QQ flirl styles ..... IIWW CUDDLE COVER,. Acetate and cotton, zip front, plastic non-ilip soles, mo- chine washable, [•'ink, blue, moire.' m all. me dium. large. 3.79

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