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HIRAID Monday, Jan, 15, 195? VITAL STATISTICS Births Af Sf, OLAP HOSPITAL Ut. and Mrs. Edward Leibfried, Spring Valley, son, Jan. 10. Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Guerard, Brownsdale, son, Jan, 10. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Martin, 1702 W. Mill, Son, Jan. 10. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Hoftand, 814 Padden, son, Jan. ICh;--- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyson, 129 Grant, Mapleview, daughter, Jan. 11. Deaths JOHN ANDERSON John P. Anderson, 89, died Sunday evening at his home in Kasson. He was the father of Mrs. Olaf Jensen, 201 N. Second. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Kasson. AUGUST BLOW August Blom, 86, died Sunday at the farm home of his son, Gus Blom, Rose Creek. Surviving are his wife, Marie; a daughter, Mrs. Otis Jorstad (Ethel), Elkton; two sons, Rudolph of Austin and Gus of Rose Creek. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon. MRS. ALBERT GRABAU Mrs. Albert Grabau, 79, lifelong resident of the Spring Valley and Wykoff areas, died Friday at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Survivors are three sons, Roy, Spring Valley, and Albert and Harold, Wykoff; two daughters, Mrs. Reuben Hintze, Spring Valley, and Mrs. Mahla Wondrasch, Rochester; 9. grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will to Tuesday afternoon at Wykoff. SARAH GRONSETH Miss Sarah Gronseth died this morning at the home of her sister, Mrs. James McDonnough, Chicago. A former Sargeant resident, Miss Gronseth is survived by three sis- Jers, Mrs. McDonnough and Mrs. Gena Wood, Chicago, and Mrs. Ernest Jacobson, Pelican Rapids, Minn., and a brother, Albert of Sargeant. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. PETER JACOBSON Peter Jacobson, Racine, died this morning, leaving his wife Alice, sons, Maurice, Dexter; Everett, Mankatoj Vernon, Racine, and Duane, Marshall, and daughter, Mrs, Robert Anderson (Doris), St. Paul. The funeral will be held Thursday at Stewartville. RUSSELL A. SMITH Russell A. Smith, 40 died this morning at St. Olaf Hospital after a lingering illness. He resided nt 907 Collins and is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Smith, Austin; two sisters, Miss Alice Smith and Mrs. John Hudecheck (Adeline), Austin. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon. WILLIS HENRV SMITH Willis Henry Smith, 69, died at morning. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. L. E. Eliason and a son, Sheldon Smith, Minneapolis; a brother, Clifford Smith, St. Gather- ines, Ontario, Canada; four sisters, Mrs, Hans Paulson (Irene), Mrs. Jay Hlldreth (Viola), Austin; Mrs. Charles Ferguson (Esther), Davison, Mich., and Mrs. Adolph Stehn (Mable), Carpenter, Iowa. Funeral services will be held in Carpenter Wednesday afternoon. GEORGE SOUHRADA SR. George Souhrada Sr., Saratoga Township, Howard County, Iowa, farmer, died Sunday at 79. He is survlfed by his wife; three sons, George Jr., Cresco, and Frank and William, Lime Springs; two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Stevenson, Waterloo, and Mrs. D G. Merrill, Spring Valley; three brothers John, Lime Springs; James, Browerville, and Martin, Saratoga; three sisters, Mrs. Fred Rassman, and Mrs, Emil Prohaska, Cresco, and Mrs. Barbara Fager, Minneapolis; 15 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Wednesday at Saratoga. Funerals HOBKIRK — Funeral services for Mrs. Roy Hobkirk, Lyle, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Worlein Funeral Home, the Rev. Wilbur Junkers officiating. Inter- Call SEABURG'S TV SERVICE HE 7-2174 Days HE 3-7983 Nlghti 429 N. Railway Acren from Milwaukee Depot Night and Sunday Calls Answered Promptly ment will be in Pleasnl Hill Cemetery, Mono, Iowa. NELSON — Funeral services for Roy C. Nelson will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the First English Lutheran Church, Faribault, the Rev. -A L. Rustad, officiating. Committal service will be held at Faribault with interment at Oakwood Cemetery. Austin, in the spring. Friends may call at the BoaWt Funeral Home 3 p.m. Monday until noon Tuesday and at the church from 1 p.m. until funeral time. Brief prayer service 8:10 p.m. Monday at funeral home. BLOM — Funeral services for August Blom, Rose Creek, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. OInf Lutheran Church, the Rev. Arthur L. Swenson officiating. Interment will be in Hoflanda Cemetery, Rose Creek. Friends may call at the Worlein Funeral Home until 12 o'clock noon Wednesday and at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. SMITH j- Funeral services for Russell A, Smith, 907 Collins, will be' held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Methodist Church, the Rev. William J. Campbell officiating. Interment will be in Grand View Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the Worlein Funeral Home from Tuesday noon until 12 o'clock noon Thursday and at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. SMITH — Funeral services for Willis Htnry Smith will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Deer Creek Lutheran Church one mile north of Carpenter, Iowa, the Rev. H. L. Erickson officiating. Inter ment will be in the Carpenter Cemetery one mile east of Carpenter. Obituaries 1877 John Herzog 1959 John A. Herzog was born March 11, 1877, in Lansing Township. He attended Austin schools and South Minnesota Normal College. He spent a few years in Spokane and Seattle, Wash., returning in 1904, In 1906, he married M. Helen McShane and they moved to his farm, later acquired by the c'ity, now Todd Park. In 1926, he retired and moved to Long Beach, Calif,, where he died Jan. 3. He is survived by his wife and a sister, Mrs. P. J. Burns. * 1873 Nellie G. Bacon 1959 Nellie G. Bacon, daughter of Cassius C. and Harriet Doolittle Bacon, was born in Vienna Township, Dane County, Wis., on Aug. 12, 1873 and passed away at St. Francis Hospital, Shakopee, Minn., on Jan. 6, 1959, at the age of 85 years. Miss Bacon had made her home with her sister, the late Mrs. H. B. Hillier, for a number of years and about eight weeks ago went to Shakopee to visit with relatives. She became seriously ill and was hospitalized. She attended grade school at Waunakee, Wis., and Milton College, Milton, Wis.. and taught school for a number of years in Wlsconin. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church at Waunakee. Miss Bacon made her home with her sister after the death of her parents and had bften in failing health for gome time. She is survived by one brother, Wayne Bacon, Waunakfte, and sev : eral nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday Jan, 9, 1959 at the Brownsdale Methodist Church with the Rev. William Foster officiating. Interment will be held at a later date in Greenwood Cemetery, Brownsdale. Card of Thanks I wish to express my deep appreciation and sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for all the cards, gifts and visits while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. A special thanks to Dr, Harold Anderson, Dr. Barker, Dr. Osborn, Dr. Peterson, and Dr. David Anderson; also Pastor Bentrup for tr.- many comforting visits, to all the staff on second floor and the Gray Ladies. Your kindness will always be remembered, Mr, Leonard Byers I wish to express my deep appreciation and thanks to all my friends, relatives and neighbors for the many acts of kindness shown to me and for the many beautiful cards, flowers and gifts while I was a patient at St Marys Hospital at Rochester. Special thank you to Father Corcoran, Mrs. William H. (Norma) Callahan 503 Elm In Memoriam In memory of our mother and grandmother, Margaret F. Tindal, who passed away 6 years ago today, Jan. 12. The sweetness of her quiet life Blessed all within her view, And good thoughts where her footsteps pressed Like fairy blossoms grew. Sweet memories of her deeds and love Will always remind us she's in Heaven above. Sadly missed by the Family of Margaret F. Tindal Ambulance Runs SATURDAY 1:30 p.m. — Lyle to St. Olaf Hospital. 7:45 pirn. — 1204 W. Oakland to St. Olaf Hospital. SUNDAY 8:45 a.m. — 512 Fairview to St. Olaf Hospital. 10:18 a.m. — Airport to St. Olaf Hospital. 3:49 p.m. — 1016 E. Bridge to St. Olaf Hospital. 10:42 p.m. — 707 Harrison to St. Olaf Hospital. Cutters Search for Cargo Plane ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) Two U.S. Coast Guard cutters were searching today for a huge C124 Ah- Force cargo plane believed down with nine men aboard in the vlcintiy of the rugged Kenai Peninsula's southeastern tip. A Coast Guard spokesman at Kodiak said the cutter Storls was dispatched from Kodiak, and the Sedge was sent out from Cordova. The Globemaster plane was Inst heard from as it approached Homer, 125 miles southeast of here, for an emergency landing with two of its four engines out. It never arrived at Homer, which is at the base of a 5,200-foot mountain range. The Coast Guard said the plane had radioed its trouble and an amphibious plane intercepted it. The escort plane, however, lost the Globemaster because of bad weather. The stricken transport, according to the Coast Guard, was flying at low altitude, barely high enough to clear the snow-covered peaks. Officials theorized the pilot might have turned back to sea and ditched in the Gulf of Alaska. PICK YOUR SPOT... PICK YOUR COLOR 1 Extension phones mean convenient living to handy... so beautiful, tool Extension ( „. - -^ to bedroom, kitchen, basement save steps and | HUM. And you'll enjoy choosing from nine decorator colon {including five new pastel shades). Convenient telephones are part of every moderrP^ decorating icheme! Call the telephone business office today for complete details. Ill Austin Phono Hi 3*3408 NORTHWESTERN 5EU TELEPHONE COMPANY PEDESTRIANS ONLY — Pranksters won't be able to drive their cars through the Belt Line underpasses, thanks to State Highway Dept. Two signs at the entrances make it impossible to get a car through. Police had received a complaint that motorists were driving through the underpass, a definite hazard to any pedestrian caught inside. FILIBUSTER (Continued from Page 1) thirds of the senators present and voting. With the defeat of the Douglas amendment, its supporters planned to throw their strength behind an amendment under which filibusters could be choked by three-fifths of the senators present and voting. They insisted that this amend ment, proposed by Sen. Thruston Morton (R-Ky), stood a real chance of adoption. However, senators backing the Johnson compromise were confident that it would prevail. Feared Change During the debate Johnson told Douglas tartly he believed all sen ators feared the Illinois senator's proposed rules change, although some were prepared to vote for it. In the final speech before the vote, Douglas called Johnson's proposal "a meaningless gesture" and said "it's effect will be to fool the American people into thinking they are getting something when they are getting nothing at all." Interrupted Johnson interrupted to say he never had called it a compromise. He pointed out that it had 40 spon sors. The Senate met at 10 a.m (EST), two hours early, in an effort to get the dispute out of the way. In debate on the Douglas amendment Johnson expressed confidence that the outcome of the fight over the rules "will be a fair reflection of the will of the Snate and the will of the nation." Johnson said senators who wanl debate limitation by majority vote as well as those who are opposec to any change in the existing rule can wovk their will if they can get their colleagues to go along with them. He is sponsoring, along with Senate leaders of both parties, a compromise under which filibus ters could be shut off and issues forced to a vote by two-thirds ol the senators present and voting Sen. Everett M Dirksen (R-I11), the Senate minority leader, also appealed for approval of the com promise resolution. He describee it as the reasonable course to fol low. Some Hope Johnson told reporters before the start of the session he saw some hope for a final showdown vote on the whole issue before nightfall. "We do not have a filibuster on our hands and we're not going to have one, as far as I can see,' he said. Southern senators who • are op posed to any change in the present rule could have launched a fili buster against taking up the proposals to alter it. But instead they consented to an agreement limit Complete and impressive funeral services at moderate prices ing debate on amendments to Johnson's proposed compromise. 'Out-Maneuvered' Sen. Jacob K. Javlts (R-NY) told the Senate in a brief speech that there had been many assertions the liberals had been "outmaneuvered, outgeneraled, badgered and generally defeated" in the rules battle. But he said he did not believe this to be the case, contending that liberals had succeeded in establishing their main point—that decisions in the fight over the rules should come on majority vote. The proposal for debate limitation by majority vote was offered by Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-I11) for a coalition of Northern and Western senators led by himself and Sens, Hubert Humphrey (D- Minn), Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) and Clifford P. Case (R-NJ). In Form of Amendment It was in the form of an amendment to a resolution fay Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas under which filibusters could be shut off by two-thirds of the senators present and voting. Even before the vote on the Douglas amendment, its sponsors conceded it had virtually no chance of adoption. But they had higher hopes for another amendment by Sen. Thruston Morton (R-Ky), which would allow a debate cutoff by three-fifths of the senators present and voting. Case said he believes the three- fifths figure has a real chance of adoption, and Vice President Nixon was represented during the weekend as believing that it stands a better chance of Senate approval than any other, Expects Adoption But Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-I11) the new Senate GOP leader, said in a television interview Sunday he expects Johnson's proposal to be adopted. He said he based that view on checks with members of both parties. Both Dirksen and Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont), the assistant Democratic leader, predicted also the present Congress will pass some civil rights legislation, but did not say what they expected. Johnson's resolution has the backing of top Senate leaders of both parties, except for Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel (R-Calif), the new GOP whip, or assistant leader, As Compromise It was designed as a compromise between Southern senators opposed to any change in the present rule and the coalition of Northern and Western senators demanding debate limitation by majority vote.. On a first test vote on Friday, antifilibuster forces went down 'to defeat by lopsided 60-36 count. Both Case and Javits issued weekend statements contending that Johnson's resolution would make so little difference in attempts to shut off filibuster* that it was meaningless. They also said that one feature of it, providing that the rules of the Senate shall continue in effect from one Congress to another, would be a backward step that! would make future changes in rules more difficult. JELL-O FOUNDER DIES LE ROY, N.Y. (AP) - Donald ] Woodward, 65, last son of the late I Orator F. Woodward, founder of the Jello-O Company, died Saturday. He was president of a patent medicine manufacturing firm. Worst Snow of the Season Hits Europe LONDON (AP) — The heaviest snowfalls of Europe's winter blocked highways, stranded travelers and marooned whole communities today. Snow lay over all Britain and almost all of the Continent. Britain, whipped by blizzards in the north and floods in low-lying East Anglia, seemed to have caught the worst of it. Abandoned cars, trucks and buses were, scattered on roads up and down the country. Belgium lay completely covered with snow. The north of Italy froze. Heavy snow in the Vermig- Ho area drove deer from their forests to seek food in the valleys. Deep snow lay across northern Germany. Strong winds built drifts, blocking some roads. Heavy falls over parts of Den mark halted traffic on main roads. Eastern Norway had its heavi est fall of the winter. Paris awoke under a light coat of snow. The snow ranged up to three feet in parts of eastern France. On the Riviera, the sun came out, but the air was freezing cold. PROPELLER (Continued from Page 1) Baldy Hansen flew him to St Paul to pick up the new one. A lot of quick teamwork may result in saving both legs. Emergency blood was rushed from St Paul by the State Highway Depart ment and doctors were immediate, ly on hand for the emergency sur gery. An anesthesiologist, John Benner, was called from church for the emergency. Vroman was in surgery between five and six hours, Austin Pilots Club Elects Olson Head The Austin Piloti Club Sunday elected Raymond Olson president. Bob Irwin was elected vict president, and Caroline Olson was reelected secretary. New directors are Dr. A. J. Schaub and Walter Gleske. The meeting was held at the Austin Airport. The club was re-organized in 1957 and is concerned with making Austin air-minded. RADIO PIONEER DIES WIESBADEN, Germany (AP) Dr. Hans Bredow, 80, father of the German radio network, died Frl day. BUDGET OIL CO. PrMMtt Hi* AUSTIN PACKERS Swimming T«am DAVE MARQUESEN Writer Hacks Wife and 2 Kids to Death MAm/ANfc, Pla. (AP)-A 40- year>old man hacked his wife and two of hia four children to death at their home early today, Sheriff Luther Hedges reported. The dead were identified as Ruth Kiggins, 37; Richard, 8; and Bryan, 12. The father, Harry Higglns, 40, came here from Waltham, Mass., about six months ago. He is a technical writer for,the Martin Co. at Orlando. | Sheriff Hodges said Higginsj would be charged with murder, Marlon Harmon, reporter for the Orlando Evening Star, asked him why he killed his wife and children and reported Higglns said: "It's a long, long story. Just check with the FBI, They've been chasing me for weeks." A few minutes later he said the FBI suspected him of having Communist ties. The Martin Co. makes missiles for defense work. 40 Flyers on Tour of City About 40 members of the Minnesota Flying Farmers flew into Austin today on an excursion flight.' The planes starting landing at mid-morning and all the pilot-farmers were here by 11:30 a.m. when they attended a luncheon at the King's Wood Hotel. The Austin Chamber of Commerce provided the group with transportation and the Austin Pilots Club assisted in spotting planes and providing rides from the parking area to the administration building. After lunch the group -was to tour the Geo. A. Horrnel Si Co. plant and then fly home at mid afternoon. Several members who live near Austin chose to drive rather than fly to the meeting. SERVICEMEN Pfc. Richard J. Rettcrath, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Al Retterath, 1011 Taylor, has been stationed in Hawaii for the past 15 months. His address: Co. A 125th Signal Bn., APO 25, San Francisco. Calif. WAF A3-c Ruth A. Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 0. Olson, 1303 Lyndale, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas and has been assigned to Randolph AFB, Texas to the property accounting section of a maintenance and supply unit. Miss Olson, an Austin High graduate, enlisted in the WAF« late last year. KIDNAP (Continued from Page t> color of her hair from platinum blonde to its present color With a home bleach treatment, several days ago, McCabe said. Arranged Her Hair Hospital attendants had described the kidnaper as a silvery blonde. Mrs. lavarone said she changed the hue because of a personal whim, the prosecutor said. The penalty for kidnaping, when the child is recovered alive, is 20 years to life in prison. First positive identification of the baby was announced by the FBI, quoting the father, Frank. Chionchio, 28, a lawyer for the Port of New York Authority, said he recognized the baby on the basis of a "general family resemblance" and a small scar over tho left eye he had noticed the night the baby was born. "I feel very happy," Chionchio said as he left the hospital to rejoin his wife, Frances, 26. She has been staying with her parents in Brooklyn. Footprints Match Leggett said the baby "certainly" is the Chionchio child. He indicated the footprint of the baby found in the apartment matched the footprint of the Chionchio baby taken shortly after birth. He said the comparison was "okay.' The blood type of the baby was identical with that of Mrs. Chionchio, the FBI said, but did not correspond to Mrs. lavarone's. Leggett said medical examination showed that Mrs. lavarone did not bear a child nine days ago. He said the woman took "good care" of the baby. "She had plenty of experience caring for children of her own," he said. Officials at St. Peter's said the baby weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce when it was returned to the hospital. The Chionchio infant weighed 7 pounds at birth. Advertisement PAST40 Troubled wr* GETTING UP NIGHTS Paint In BACK, HIPS, LEGS TlradMss, LOSS OF VIGOR If you are • victim of then* •ymptomi then your trouble* may b« traced to Glandular Inflammation. Glandular Inflammation is a constitutional disease and medicines that give temporary relief will not remov* 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 have been successfully treated here at Excelsior Springs. They have found soothing relief and a new MstinJifa. 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