The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 8, 1959 · Page 3
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 3

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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MEETING AN AMERICAN WORKER — Deputy Soviet Premier Anastas I. Mikoyan met some industrialists and some factory workers in Cleveland yesterday. With Mikoyan here at the Lincoln Electric Co. plant is factory worker Glen Hershaw. Mikoyan showed considerable interest in the machinery he saw at the plant (AP Photofax) BY IRAQ Nasser's Economy Plan Is Obstructed Almost Normal Weather Back With Us Again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Near normal weather returned to most of the nation today, marking an end of the season's worst and longest cold wave. Temperatures generally were around seasonal levels, with higher than normal marks in some areas. Wet STRANGLED WITH ROPE Young Mother Mutilated and Killed by Sex Maniac ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP)-Police sny there is no doubt a sex maniac mutilated and killed a younp znbeth Brookman, where the Phi Mu sorority party was held. Mrs. Montague's brother, Don- mother, whose body was found j aid Jones, found the body. He be- Wednesday in her car here. |gan looking for her after her hus- Mrs. Ruth Ann Montague, 32, njband, Charles D. Montague, noti- social worker and the mother of j fled police and members of the two, was found 13 hours after she family that she was missing, left a sorority party. She appar-j Police snitl objects found at the with tw the skin. The mutilations were mad« after death, police said. Officers said she was not raped. Mrs. Montague's stockings were rolled down about her ankles. She was clothed in a black cloth coat and blue dress. Police said there was dirt on CAIRO (AP) — President Nasser's plan for an Arab economic union has about ground to a halt on obstructions thrown up by the Iraqi delegation to the current Arab League Council meeting. The Iraqi tactics have kept the meeting in a preliminary stage i-ver since it opened Monday. Their chief targets are the proposed Arab development bank and Arab economic union, or common market. Political Union The Iraqi regime of Premier Abdel Karim Kassem, which has strong Communist support, sees both plans as & long step toward an Arab political union dominated by Nasser and his United Arab Republic.' ' At the opening session, the U.A.R. delegation pressed hard for approval of the development bank and economic union as an Arab answer to the European Common Market. The U.A.R. announced unilateral reduction of duties on industrial exports to the other Arab states. wide areas in the eastern third of the country. Cool Air Surge Another surge of cool air moved through the West Coast Wednesday night, spreading rain into the San Francisco Bay region and across eastern sections of Washington and Oregon. Heaviest falls, mostly more than one inch, were confined to coastal sections. Light snow fell fro mMinnesota to New York while warm air flowing northward from the Gulf j produced a broad belt of low j clouds, rain, fog and drizzle from i the central Gulf Coast into the mid Mississippi and lower Ohio ; valleys. Rains In Valley | Heaviest rains were in the low- |er Mississippi Valley, with falls of about one inch. The wet belt was expected to spread eastward during the day, extending from Georgia into Virginia. A mixture of light snow, freezing drizzle and drizzle was indicated along the Ohio River into interior sections of northern Virginia and southern Pennsylvania. The biggest warming trend was reported east of the Mississippi I River. Cold north winds which hit the Northeast diminished and skies were mostly clear in the Atlantic states. Cooler air that moved into the northern Plains and Rockies was felt as far south as the southwest Desert region and northwest Texas. - ccrs searched a nearby park and \> i \ *- STOCK UP ON FIRST AID NEEDS ORIASILISS BEN GAY ANALGESIC RUB 89 < SUPER ANAHIST THROAT SPRAY $125 JOHNSON'S FIRST AID CREAM NO-STING ANTISEPTIC COLD REMEDIES FOR KIDS St. Joseph Nose Drops ..... 69e Landettes Cough Jell $1.19 Musterole Mild Rub 69c Liquiprin Liquid Aspirin ...79c I I *^&K**!$^ * .V^^vXVC^^! I KAZ ELECTRIC VAPORIZER Automatic Shut-off with 1 Oz. KAZ inhalant CO I-A $3.85 Value, Both for .... $Ui3U ^ ^Sb^W^^^^^W 59 < Hoi Water Bottle i or. $2.19 Value $1.49 LISTERINE ALL PURPOSE ANTISEPTIC 33* GUARANTKD ACCURATl Fever Thermometer ffi-SSfv-.BS* _gyiiBii — — , Oi. Tmrture MertMolate ••• Q-Tips Applicators * 43 ^ Johnson's Back Plaster ^ ^ Dent's Toothache Gum ^ Bactine Antiseptic ^ Hydrogen Peroxide, 4 01 • • BF1 Antiseptic Powder.. ^ ^ Ace Elastic Bandage, 2 ^ 45 English Typ«»« . B °9 \\\. 57* Infant Rectal Syringe 1SODINE GARCU Sat* Mint thtropy fe? lor *«• throat*. I"-- SPECTROCIN-T ANTIBIOTIC THROAT IOZENOU $100 MO. $5.9* titcTRic HEATING PAD , HIAT COMTROL* $399 1 Or. Sterile Cotton 23* 2 Inch Game Bandage 27* 5 Yd. Adhesive Tape 'A Inch 25* Sterile Cotton Balls, 65'$ 39* Band-Aid Plastic Strips 43* !^*^*S^4«^W4^^ I !HONEY gnd IHOARHOUNO I DROPS, l-tb. 49c riu» 10% iw'ut TM M T«!l»lri« Prescription Druqqists MAIN AT BRIDGE AUSTIN>MINN Her body had n superficial cut!° lhcr secluded areas for clues ns Her car was parked across, the:on ench thigh, a deep scratch onj l ° whore tllc sla yi«8 occurred, street from the home of Mrs. Eli-iiipr throat and nine punctures of A long-bladecl pnrinr; knife wns j found in the glove compartment of the car. It bore no visible blood stains but it was tnken to the police laboratory for imnlysis. Her unopened purse also wns in he car and the ignition keys were in her coat pocket. Montague said he begnn hunting his wife at 1 a.m. Wednesday morning. The police investigation began about 7 n.m. and she wns SPECS LEFT DANGLING IN WINDSHIELD HOLE — The eyeglasses of Howard Peven, 17, dangle from the jagged hole his head made in "the windshield after a head-on collision between two cars at Tarzana, Calif., yesterday. He was treated for serious face cuts, possible fractured nose and bruised forehead, Police found his' eyeglasses dangling from the spear of broken glass (AP Photofax). MONEY COMPLAINT AUSTIN (Minn.). HERALD A Thursday, Jan. 6, 1959 0 Debre Named New Premier by DeGauile PARIS (AP)-Gen. Charles dc Gaulle became today the first President of the Fifth 'French Republic and appointed Michel Debre as Premier. In taking the oath of office, De Gaulle declared that during his seven-year term he would, if need be, impose what the public good demands. Debre is an ardent Nationalist, a longtime Gaullist, and chief architect, of the new constitution establishing the Fifth Republic. \Vns .Justice Minister Debre, who will be 47 in a week, was justice minister in Do Gaulle's interim government. Naming Debre was De Gaulle's first major act after he assumed the presidency of the republic shortly after uoon. De Gaulle rode triumphantly down the Champs Elysees, then ... returned to his Elysee palace and found about noon. | summoned Debre. Mrs. Montague worked at the Debre, a lawyer and adminis- Missouri State Division of Welfare trative specialist, will share ex- where she interviewed applicants ecutive duties with De Gaulle, The for welfare benefits. Right Hand Useless, but He Still Hunts LESTER MANOR, Va. Iff) „,.... _. „._ Chief Walter S. Bradley of the; taking office. The 08-year-old war- Pamunkey Indians is still getting time Free French leader stood his ducks' and geese despite al- stiff and erect despite a brisk most complete loss of use of his wind and nippy -)2-degree tempera- right hand. lures. The chief's Chesapeake retreiv- At the Arch of Triumph De er tripped over his gun and the Gnulle and retiring President discharge almost severed the In-i Rene Coty symbolically rekindled dian's right wrist. i the eternal flame that marks the It looked like the end of 50; lomt > of tne Unknown Soldier, years of hunting for the chief, who! used that right hand to pull the' RIGHT JOH? trigger of his gun. j ST . Loms (Ap) _ Ear , T _ JIud . He clidnt think he could learn 1 son. whose doctor advised him to to shoot from his left shoulder.(stay out of smoky places because But with an ingenious device on of asthma, has been named fire the forearm he can now pull the marshal and assistant fire chief trigger with his left hand. jot suburban Wellston. new constitution gives most offcc live power to the president. The constitution provides that the president name the premier. There is no provision, as previously, foj the National Assembly to confirm him in office. Thousands Clmiit Cries of "Vive de Gaulle" came from thousands lining the broad Champs Elysees as he drove up the avenue in an open car after WINNERS — Senators Thomas Kuchell, California, left, and Everett Dirksen, Illinois, display victory smiles at the Capitol. Republican senators elected Dirksen their floor leader and Kuchel assistant leader for the congressional session. (AP Photofax) STEAKS ON TABLE Bargain in Cuts May Herald Better Eating By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Beef roasts and steaks will make an unaccustomed appearance on some American dinner tables this weekend. Emergence of the higher-priced cuts on the bargain list may herald better — and cheaper — eating during 1959. Department of Agriculture experts look for more meat supplies this year, perhaps as much as 4 pounds per person. Pork will account for the biggest increase, although pig prices may, be a bit higher this month as mar- ketings dwindle seasonally. Deal On Eggg Lower price* than a year ago are expected this spring for egg?, broilers, lurkeys, citrus fruit and fresh vegetables. Wholesale prices of food now are below the early 1958 figures, which rose steadily from week to week. The most recent cost of living figure for food (for November) was ahead of the previous year, but it has been declining for several monthi. Conversely, the cost of living food figure was on the rise a year ago. Butter and eggi already art cheaper, with widespread reductions of 2 to 4 cents a pound for tho former and 2 to 7 cents * dozen for the latter this week. Bingo Game Goes on Despite Suspension NEW YORK (AP) - A bingo game sponsored by a Bronx church went on as scheduled! Wednesday despite the serving ofj a license suspension summons while the game was in progress. The Church of the Holy Resurrection, the first group in the city! to get a bingo license under a new i state law that became effective! here Jan. 1, was the first to suffer license suspension. Disturbing Christmas It proved a disturbing Christmas Day for the church, whose Ukrainian Orthodox congregation was celebrating the holiday under their ancient calendar. The license suspension stemmed from a bingo game conducted under auspices of the church last summer. During that game three women won $1,000. They complained they never received thej money. Church officials said the lay operator of that game was responsible for nonpayment, not thej church. Handed Summons I As the bingo session got under; way Wednesday, Edward Doyle J assistant license commissioner, at- \ Alaskans Already Lording It Over Us FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) ~j Alaskans, to whom statehood 1 meant the end of references to' "going Stateside" on trips to the! U.S., got a suggestion for a sub-' stitute expression from the Fair- 1 banks Daily News-Miner, which said that in the future it will refer! to the other 48 states as "the smaller states." SATIN ENAMEL FOR WALLS AND TRIM Kitchen, bathroom favorite Use on walls, trim, cabinets Flows on — No brush marks Fast drying — Odorless type Wide selection of smart colors HARDY PAINT and WALLPAPER 109 West Water St. tempted to hand the summons to the Rev. Walter M. Propheta. dean of priests at the church. The Rev. Mr. Propheta ignored. 1 the summons, and Doyle placed Itf on the clergyman's knees. It was! brushed to the floor. j Official action against the church had been taken Tuesday! night. The summons calls for the i clergymen to appear in Mag-; istrate's Court Jan. 22. Indian Tribe Ends Long Family Reign j MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The. Red Lake Chippewa Indian Tribe! in an election under a new consti-1 tution has ended the 40-year reign • of the Peter Graves family over its affairs. Roger Jourdain, chief challenger of the Graves' rule, was elected chairman of the new council, the Bureau of Indian Affairs announced Wednesday night. He won over Royce Graves. Otto Thunder was named secre tary, defeating Byron Graves, and j Rose Graves lost out as treasurer to Dan Needham Sr. Until his death in March 1937, Peter Graves had headed the tribe since 1918 and his sons and other I relatives had taken over since, amidst many disputes that culminated in the setting up of the new constitution last year. Thp bureau said ballots were , by (i.')0 of the Will eligible tribal I voters. I Produce Company ,ls Freed of Charge GLENCOE, Minn. (AP) — The Radke Produce Co., Lester Prai rie, was freed of a charge of mis- grading eggs Wednesday when the evidence, a case of eggs, turned up missing. j The firm was appealing to dis- i ; trict court from a municipal court I fine of $25 levied last June. But ! in the meantime, the State De- jpartment of Agriculture inadvertently disposed of the eggs. Arnold Beneke, McLeod County attorney, moved dismissal of the charge and Judge Arlo E. Haering agreed. Appare Clearance YOUNKERi "Satisfaction Always" IN THE STERLING SHOPPING CENTER BEFORE INVENTORY CLEARANCE ON COATS $27 $37 $47 Full length, many styles, Worumbos, Alpacas, Tweeds, Plushes, many colors. Sizes: 7 to 15 10 to 18 Also petite — Coats; First Floor SHOES SURBURBAN WEDGIES 5.90 Sizes.- 5 to 10 -—Women's Shoes: First F SPORTSWEAR SLACKS, wool, cords, plains and plaids, many colors Sizes: 8 to 18 3.98 and 7.99 SWEATERS, wools, Orlons*, in pullovers and cardigans, assorted colors. Sizes: 34 to 40 4.44 to 9.90 SKIRTS, wools, in full and slim styles Sizes: 8 to 18 5.99 6.99 7.99 BLOUSES and T SHIRTS, assorted colors, prints, plains, with short and roll sleeves Sizes: 30 to 36 1.88 and 2.88 — Sportsivear: First Flour BOYS' O'BRIEN PAINTS 56 Animals Killed in Building Blaze NEW YORK (AP)—Fire swept i a one-story building at an animal i farm today, burning 56 animals to i i death. '< i At least 40 monkeys died in the flame* on the two-acr* Rune farm which »upp!ie» animal* to throughout tht world. SHIRTS, long sleeve sports shirts Sizes: 6 to 20 1.69 2.39 3.39 JEANS, "Billy-the-Kid" lined jeans Sizes: 6 to 12 . '. . . 3.49 SWEATERS, crew neck, wool or Orion®, ivy and ski styles Sizes: 6 to 20 3.96-4.99 JACKETS, parka jackets in latest styles, attachecJ__QE, zip off hoods, poplin of-wod melton Sizes: 6 to 20 9.99 12.99 15.99 — Boys; First Floor BEFORE INVENTORY CLEARANCE ON DRESSES $7 $9 $13 $19 A dress for every occasion, wool jerseys, silks, taffetas, satins, cotton knits, sheer wools. Sizes: 7 to 15 10 to 20 A few half sizes first floor MILLINERY SAVE % $5 5.49 Beavers, Velours, and some Velvets — Millinery; Pint Floor GIRLS' SWEATERS, tycora bulky knit Sizes: 7 to 14 7,90 BLOUSES, satins, prints and plains Sizes: 7 to 14 2.99 CAR COATS 7 to 14 6.88 and 12.99 COATS 7 to 14 $21 and $33 DRESSES 7 to 14 2.99 and 3.99 SKIRTS, taffetas, plaids, reds, and navys Sizes: 7 to 14 2.29 — Girls: First Floor CAR COATS 3 to 6x 5.99 and 13.90 COATS 3 to 6x 13.90 and 17.90 SNOW SUITS 3 to 6x 14.90 and 19.90 DRESSES 3 to 6x l .99 SLACKS 3 to 6x 1,99 PEDAL PUSHERS 3 to 6x 1.49 — Girls; first floor SUBTEENS CARCOATS 9.90 and 15.99 COATS $21 and $218 DRESSES 6,99 7.9<UMHL SKIRTS, taffetas $,$9 BLOUSES, cottons, jerseys 2,99 and 3,99, —Subteeri; first floor USE YOUR AUSTIN-ALBERT LEA CREDIT PLATE AT YOUNKERS

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