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Thursday, Jan. 8, 1959 S-AUSTIN (Mirtn.) HERALD VITAL STATISTICS Births AT ST. OWF HOSPfTAL 1806 Deneen, daughter, .Tan. 1. Mr. ftnd Mrs. Patrick Cochlln. Hotlandale. son. Jan. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen, 1410 Dunlap, daughter, Jan. 7. OUTStDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and MrsriKenneth Torno jMftrian Cramer); St. Paul, daughter, Midway Hospital, St. Paul. Jan. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Robb. GOP Leaders Cry'Polities' Against Dems WASHINGTON (API-Republican congressional leaders struck back with cries of "politics" today against Democratic contentions that the Eisenhower ndministra- The Miller Nursing Home cf' tion is lagfrin S behind '" l! « space jLansing wishes to sine -e!y thank ;a ^ e ' everyone who helped to make the' to the opening round of what WALKER — Funeral services for Miss Hazel Walker. 613 Padden, will be held ai 1:30 p.m Mr. And Mrs. David Reinarte. < Saturday at the Mayer Funeral Home, the Rev. David Rachel officiating. Interment will be in the Osage Cemetery, Osage, Iowa. Cord of Thanks Holidays a very happy one for the, 8 PP earecl Mely to become a bris- BINDING—This is the off!- NOT PENALTY FROM HEAVEN Pamphlet Clears Victims of Gout From Age-Old Stigma By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Justice has been done at last to several hundred thousand of nature's noble- cial badge for North Africa's i men in America. ; Gout remains one of the most masculine of ailments. No eunuchs and comparatively few women ever get it. The fact so many famous men newest self-governing nation —Northern Nigeria, Called the Northern Knot, it will are former Marriage Licenses Marvin N. Nelson, 103 S, Jay, and Phyllis Y, Raabe, 211 S. Jay. Deaths SELVES EDWARDSON Word has been received of the death of Selven Edwardson, 64. in Palo Alto, Calif., Wednesday. A former owner of the North Side Tin Shop, Albert Lea, the patients. Especially the following- j uin 8 two-party fight in the new appear on official docum- The Rosary Society of the Lady of j^ 00 ^ 685 ' sens. Styles Bridges ents, robes of office and QOV- Catholic Church of Brown? ''*'™ } anc j ™° mas ^tichcl (R. ernmen^ property of the for- of Demo-.mer British possession starting in March, 1959. 30 From Here Will Attend Hi-Y Retreat Thirty members of the St. Olaf ;Hi-Y League will go to the Twin Mrs. J. F. Miller 'dale, St. John's Lutheran of Lans-i Cali{) assailed jing, Methodist Church of Lansing.jeratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnsonj (Lansing Grange and School, all the, of Texas for his party to seize! ! choirs and carolers, neighbors and; nal '°nal leadership from the White i friends. It was deeply appreciated I House, Johnson told fellow Senate Dem- jocrats Wednesday there is a "defi-| gt of vigor' 1 in the Eisenhower] administration. They therefore! Eilard Forthun, 16, 1302 Collins, [ have a mandate to assume con-j speeding, license suspended 30 «niclive leadership "beginning; days, stayed six months. jnow. not two years hence," he| Jerry R. Miller, 17, Austin Juvenile Traffic no driver's license and leav-i Bricl g es > who heads the Senate j Cities for their Winter planning Gout" the ignition, license - Re P ub ' ican Policy Committee, de- relreat Saturday and Sunday. They are the victims of gout. { These men share a recurrent agony that in the past has afflicted such giants of mankind as Alexander the Great, Isaac Newton, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Goethe, Francis Bacon, Guy de Maupassant and Benjamin Franklin. The pangs of gout are excruciating. But almost as hard for its victim to bear are the ridicule and lack of sympathy he receives from his so-called friends. They are sure his ailment is a penalty sent from heaven to punish him for living too fast and too loose. This big lie is struck down formally in a pamphlet "About were gout sufferers led one I9th evidence to support this statement." Gout remains largely a medical mystery. Obesity seems to make it worse.,No one diet seems to control it, but its victims general- century observer to write that thelly are advised to avoid foods such disease is "peculiarly incidental to men of cultivated mind and intellectual distinction." The pamphlet is less flattering: "There is, as sweetbreads, anchovies, sardines, liver, kidney, brains and meat extracts. When a man gets an-attack, he unfortunately, no modern medical;may wish he'd die—but he won't. New York Area! Sout h Dakota Statehouse Wheels Turn . the Winter visiting in California, | months - sie, three Palo Alto and a sister, Mrs. W. J. Rishavy, Austin. The body will 17, failure to stop for sign, license suspended 15 days. Phillip E. Johnson, 17, Austin in a political barrage he said he fire BOOS resided at sis Albert Lea st ••*» ~^j* u. me , KI ,imni, u^cuac .... , . . ' u.«.««j. AJbertLer They weTe s«rXz !sus < >ended M da >' s - ^^ *ixj scnbcd ,*" M lhe ° p€ning shot A s P ecial bus wil1 take them to Aioen L«B. mey were spending n a nf) i»,.., ^ arrnae >,. , a -..t u. tK _ »«! ,. t ... t „,_».„ the Minnesota Lutheran Welfare arrive in Albert Lea Sunday where i Rt. 3, careless driving, license funeral services will be arranged, j suspended 30 days, stayed six months. Funerals William M. Arett, 15", 712 N. Railway, careless driving, license susp- HERZOG — Funeral sen-ices pended 30 days, for John Herzog, Long Beach,' Calif,, wfll be held at 9:30 a.m. at St. n,K Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. Rosary service will be held at 8 p.m, Thursday at the Mayer Funera Home. The body will ar- rire in Austin late Thursday afternoon. Rt. 5, qareless driving, license Church.! susperjded 90 daySi Municipal Court national security proposals. W. Grace Holloway, 12, Dies in East By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OLD WESTBURY, N.Y (AP)- „,_ William Grace Holloway, 72, hon-'f hurch ' St " pau1 ' and the st - Paul YMCA. Among places to be visited are the Lutheran Brotherhood Building, Evangelical Lutheran Church projects for the second semester will be worked out. Reuben Jessup, group worker at the Wilder Child Guidance Clinic, St. Paul, will be one of the speakers. The leaguers will be entertained by the Senior of Como "It has been common belief for centuries that gout was caused by high living — eating rich foods and drinking too much of alcoholic beverages," says the pamphlet. "We now know that 'high living' does not cause gout." Gout is a defect in the body's Boiling Water NORTH TONA WANDA, N.Y. f AP) — The 25,000 residents of this city in western New York state boiled their drinking water today after ice sludge in the Niagara River blocked the main water system intake. Schools were closed and many business establishments curtailed operations when Mayor John F. Kopczynski declared a state of emergency Wednesday. Engineers were attempting loj melt the ice sludge and Wednes- PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - The wheels are turning in the South Dakota statehouse but most of it was behind the scenes on the second day of the session Wednesday. Gov. Ralph Herseth was closeted with various officials, his outer office filled. The sessions of the Senate and House were both perfunctory but many lawmakers clustered in the with lobbyists or researched Californians Test Sandbag Used in Fires LOS ANGELES (AP) - Lessons in bow to lay sandbags are being given homeowners in fire-ravaged canyons where rain running down denuded slopes threatens floods and landslides. The County Control District issued sandbags in the Malibu, Topanga and Benedict Canyon areas Wednesday and district engineers went along to demonstrate !iow they should be laid out to form barriers. All three canyons were the scene of recent brush fires. Heavy rains earlier this week set damaging mud and rock slides in motion. Nome New Manager for St. Paul Paper ST. PAUL (AP) — Thomas L. Carlin, 36, who started with the newspapers six years ago as an advertising salesman, late Wed - nesday was named business manager of the St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press. forary board chairman of W. R. & Co., died Wednesday. He was a grandson of the founder of the Grace Line and was associated with the firm from 1908 until i headquarters, Plymouth Youth his retirement in 1955. He served as board chairman for 10 years. in San Francisco. - ^ ««• -***»•• * A 20-year-old youth who was He was careless in his shooting was fined J $25 in Municipal Court today. Oar-!** . i \LJ , win Miller, Austin Rt. 5, was charg-j uentia I VVOrk Clibum Tour the Brownsdale Methodist Church, the Rev. William Foster officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery some time later. from 12 noon Friday until the time of service. Arrangements are by the Jordan Mortuary. ' of the pellets hit TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Van Cli- coat of a boy standing near- Durn and *" s Tucson dentist have confirmed that dental work has Lee J. Owen, 506 Medary, plead- d innocent of running a stop Center, Walker Art Center and colleges in the Twin Cities. The group will be led by Roger K. Johnson, president, Ron Henricks, St. Olaf youth,director, will accompany them. FILIBUSTER (Continued from Page I) the Texas pianist's S ° n , agfainst charges of high-hand- m .. ....... ^, , >ed tactics. concert tour. The dentist, who de-i of pressure normal. to about two-thirds But emergency , chemistry which frequently leads j dav n 'S nt na d restored water to an arthritic condition," says the pamphlet. "Gout is never contagious but probably hereditary. "This metabolic abnormality causes an increase in the amounts of uric acid in the blood and tis sues." The - uric acid excess, accumu- ures, including the use of pumps to bypass the blocked intake, remained in force. Officials said contamination from the ground surrounding wa- ! bills they plan to introduce. o{ j Speaker Archie Gubbrud, Alces- jter. began to clear the deck for meas '! action bv Republican - con trolled House when he appointed several i m p ortant committee chairman. His appointments included veter an Democrat Carl Furchner Hayfield Church to Name Official! HAYFIELD, Minn. — Fouf tru*' lee« end three elder* will be elect* ed at the annual meeting of th« Hayfield Presbyterian Church Sanday. Other office* to be filled are nominating committee and mem* orlal committee. The Rev. George Kluber will moderate the meet* ing, proceeded by a pot luck dinner. Instruments Record Severe Earthquake ISTANBUL, Turkejr (AP) — An earthquake of "extreme violence," possibly centered around Rhodes or other Greek islands, was recorded early today by the Istanbul Technical University's seismographs. The university estimated the quake's eipcenter at 320 miles from Istanbul. Woodle Is Named Mining Manager SILVER BAY, Minn. (AP) — Merlyn Woodle was named Wednesday as manager of the Babbitt Division of the Reserve Win- State Bank No. 1686 REPORT OF CONDITION OF STERLING STATE BANK AUSTIN, MINNESOTA of Ausfin in (he State of Minnesota at (he close of business on December 31, 1958. * Assets Cash, balance* with other banks. Including reserve balance? and cash Items In process of collection ••••» United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .. Other bonds, notes, and debentures lating in crystalline deposits in the mains were e tv cartilage, usually around bone joints, sets up the painful irritation known as gout. Gout is perhaps as old as mankind itself, and was known to Hippocrates, the father of medicine, four centuries before Christ. «..*»• j / t. an Democrat Carl Furchner ol lOther bonds, notes, ana debenture* ter mains and from nearby sewer| p . ,. . * 7~ . , , „ . Loans and discount* (including $335.39 overdrafts) lines could have seeped in while Plankinton to head stal « affairs, i Bank premises owned None, furniture and fixtures $60,286.48 .. 394.193.00 158,023.75 788,418.16 ROCKET (Continued: from Page t) Government of Cuba Is Recognized WASHINGTON (AP) — The new READ THE CLASSIFIED ADSUt done. treatment was necessary and Cli-! i burn "should be left alone to have SEARS ROLLS BACK PRICES Lowest Price Ever for Giant 10-lb. Completely Automatic CATALOG SALES OFFICE Kenmore Washer 3 Water Temperatures Built-in Lint Filter 164 95 ONLY $5 DOWN Capacity you won't outgrow . . . and it gives you o cleaner, brighter, filtered wash. 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AUSTIN, MINN. was ~-e» —«e" ~ ••« • ~ been manned ing because Johnson had jumped if ^ e ^viets had so desired, the gun on the bipartisan coalition, .. The rocket ^ of such by acting first. | erable dimensions ^ But Mansfield said he wanted to that accommodations for a make it clear that Johnson's being — that is, a man — This move, recommended by the longtime chairman of the committee and the dean of lawmakers — Rep. David Pulford (R), Makison, was seen by many as an indication of good ocoperation across party lines. Lt. Gov. John F. Lindley, when the Democrats organized the Senate, appointed three members of the opposition party to head- committees. revolutionary government of Cuba! Formal introduction of bills was postponed in the House, pending appointment of committees. Diplomatic recognition was' Among the first sessions was to Cuba's provisional govern-; be that today of the important days after the regime of l appropriations committee, sched- Fulgencio months move would not prevent the Sen-'have been arranged in it," hej ate from voting on any and all said. ! alternate proposals for revising: Never Returned i the Senate's anti-filibuster rule, l If a man had been aboard, he j Johnson used his position as never would have returned to | majority leader to seize the ini-1 earth, Anatoly A. Blagonravov, a tiative at the opening session of j member of the Soviet Academy the new Senate Wednesday and j of Sciences, told newsmen Tues- j govmimenT won the first skirmish in the rules! d 3 ? tnat the time of the first Fidel Castro's rebel forces. [the regular legislative school con- The recognition note delivered! ducted by Loren Carkson, direc- Havana Iate Wednesday to the: tor of the Legislative Research - Council. This is a session in which a ""> lawmakers are briefed on pro- f K" ^Tll ' edure , and are introduced to mem- ?S, H ml * d ^ of uthe pre , ss and others with and their new wbom the y wil1 fae dealin &- battle. Far From Licked But Sens. Paul H, Douglas (D- 111), Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn) and Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) insisted the antifilibuster coalition is far from licked. They also made manned rocket flight depends on how soon the problem of survival during reentry into the earth's atmosphere is solved. Blagonravov was quoted in a Capetown, South per today aj expect to land men on Venus and It noted that the new govern- Cuban engineers are embarking _.__i u _ - . ,. ' NXMMSM* ^.u^uicwt a Oi ment has agreed to live up to „ a program to fiad Cuba s international obligations. | make seawater drinkable . some wa « ,» «1, ».*»J**.W¥ »tW <WL«4\4 UJ<^i-l 1 clear they are banking on con-J Mars m Sep t ember . tinued help from Vice President Richard M. Nixon, the Senate's The Afrikaans Weekly Land- stem said Blagonravov told its presiding officer, who sides with i London correspondent in a tele- 1 them in contending that each new I phone interv iew that the next step' Senate has the right to adopt its i by Soviet scientists will be to own rules by majority vote. ["launch a scientist in a planet to The point is important, because j at least 400 miles above the if Nixon's view is sustained, a earth. simple majority could vote to adopt different rules without operating under the restrictions of prior rules. The rules now permit unlimited debate on any motion to change the rules. Opposing that is the view that , because only one-third of the sen- 1 wlth water Same Path "He will travel on an excactly similar path to the manmade planet that has now passed the moon," Blagonravov added. "The man will have control over the planet and will be supplied ators are elected each two years, form> He food & tablet send coded rad '<> both the Senate and its rules con- j mesa g e s back to earth of any- tinue from one session to the next, i ™? s goes wron S ™ d he « unable to return." Blagonravov said the Soviets ex- Open the Battle The antifilibuster forces had planned to open the battle with e;'ably unmanned "-"on Venus" and motion by Sen. Clinton P. Ander- Mars in June, and to follow this pect to land a rocket — presum- son (D-NM) that the Senate take up for immediate consideration the adoption of rules for the new up by sending men to the two planets. "We are not expecting any difficulty, as the latest 'planet' has completed all our experiments," Congress. Instead, Johnson proposed a change in rules to permit filibus- ! Blagonravov reportedly said. ters to be halted by two-thirds of j He also was quoted as saying the senators present and voting, i tne Soviet Union hopes to send This contrasts with the present j scientists to the moon and back rules requiring the votes of 66 j by the end of the year. senators, or two-thirds of all 98 1 , Blagonravov also also reportedly members, to shut off debate. It • identified the man chosen to make also contrasts with proposals to j the *' rst flight into space as Ivan permit debate limitation by a! Igorsk y' 30 > a '6-foot-2 bachelor majority of the members, or 50 ! wno *' ei ghs 180 pounds. senators. I Johnson's compromise proposal QllGITlOy also contained two other features |/;il- 3. A I * J It would make motions to take;^ 1115 3 i ^ injured up changes in rules, now free from | TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) - The any debate limitation, subject to ; heavy Communist bombardment the same anufihbuster restrictions ; of the Quemoy Islands Wednesday as any other matter. ' killed three civilians and vounded In addition, it would establish four, the Chinese Nationalist De- that Senate rules continue in effect fense Ministry reported. from one Congress to another The ministry said the Heds unless changed in the regular fired 33.401 shells from the main- wa >'- ! land, most of them during a four- hour period, and said the Commu- GOP GrOUD Endorses r ' ists were dellber ate!y trying to .- / hit civilians. 0 wa ton no s Viehmon ROCHESTER. Minn (AP) - UnviclOUS meeting here Wednesday night to Ed Viehman of Owatonrja for the state GOP chairmanship. Viehman and Walter Fricke of St. Paul, another candidate for the post, addressed a closed meeting of the 1st District group which in- eluded 'party officers from 12 southeastern Minnesota counties, The committee also nominated Mrs. John Grindlay of Rochester for State Republican chairwoman. : SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) — Two youths drove up to a service sta- , tion in suburban Renton and pulled a pistol on attendant Roy ' Wendt. "I haven't any money,' 1 Wendt said. "Okay," answered one would-be robber. "Fill up the tank, then." Wendt did: $3.35 '- worth. The lobbers drove off— but .'not until they received their ', change for a $5 bill one of them ' handed Wendt. Other assets TOTAL ASSETS .$1,536,371.79 Liabilities Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, »nd corporation* $ 83^,254.34 Time deposit* of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .... 314.891.^4 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 112,307.32 DeposUa of States and political subdivisions 25,235.00 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 3,0i5.i»9 TOTAL DEPOSITS »1.289,734.19 10,714.32 , $1,300,449.01 Other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital Accounts Capital* , $150.000.00 Surplus Undivided profits 75.000.00 10,922.78 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 235,922.73 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $1,536,371.79 •This banX's capital consists o(: Common stock with total par valu« of $150,000.00. Memoranda Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and lor other purposes $ 412,13? CO We Hugh V. Plunkett, Jr., President, and Vrederick B. Johnson, Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of our knowledge and belief. HUGH V. PLDNKETT, JR., President FREDERICK B. JOHNSON, Cashier STATE OP MINNESOTA, County of Mower, ES: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of January. 1959. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. (SEAL) SANDRA LEE WOODWARD Notary Public. Mower County, Minn. My commission expires Aug. 8, 1962. Correct— Attest: E. G. USEM GEO. A. HORMEL n JOSEPH J. LICKTEIG Directors. Jan. I thanks a million *S£^fci^«^* f i^^:^^ We are grateful to you for the impressive increase of over $300,000.00 in our deposits in the last three months, and we invite you to examine our published statement appearing on this page. Join the parade to Austin's only home-owned independent Bank by opening your savings account with us today. All savings deposited by the 10th of this month will draw interest from the first. Fred B. Johnson, Cashier OPEN EVERY NIGHT Monday through Friday 7 to 9 p. m. IT'S NOT TOO LATI TO JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB Maximum Federal Deposit Insurance on Every Account MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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