The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 15, 1959 · Page 5
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 5

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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TO $2.00 Fishing License Fee Boost Urged DULUTH, Minn. (AP) -Minnesota Arrowhead A«sn. directors are recommending to the Minnesota Legislature that fishing license fees be boosted and that jail terms be made mandatory for deer poachers. Under the angling proposal individual permits would be raised to $2 from $1,50; resident combination from $2 to $3; individual non-residents $5 instead of the present $4 and the fee for a nonresident combination (man and wi/e) would be $8. Other Resolutions Other resolutions forwarded to the law makers ask: For a state study to determine feasibility of setting a 20-inch minimum on northern pike catches. Authority for the conservation commissioner to set seasons and limits for game and fish, jobs now done by the Legislature. That the present transfer of 5 per cent of game and fish funds to the Department of Administration be cut to a figure based on actual services performed, Season Set For a deer seaeson to be set at any time between Nov. 1 and Nov 30. Protection for black bear through establishment of an open season instead of present indis criminate shooting. The proviso would be added that marauding bears could be taken at any time. The recommendations were drawn up as result of a recent day-long workshop session directors conducted at Grand Rapids. Jury Unconvinced; Bus Line Loses Suit SEATTLE (AP)-K. W. Listen stuck his neck out Wednesday — and held it there while a city bus closed its doors on the neck three times. It was all in the line of duty. An assistant in the City Claims Department, Listen was trying to prove to an awestruck jury that lined the sidewalk that having a bus door shut on one's neck didn't really hurt at all. The jury didn't believe him and awarded Mrs. Mirdza Toland, who had testified it hurt her plenty. $9,500. Baking Magio for you to use—King Midas magic that will crown you a baking queen. Try it for bread and see. THE HIGH-PROTEIN FLOUR WEATHER FORECAST — Rain is forecast for tonight for the eastern states from northern Florida to New York, with snow expected in the Great Lakes area, northern and centra! Appalachians and centra! Plains and rain forecast for the Washington coast. It will be colder from the Rockies eastward to the Atlantic coast. (AP Wirephoto Map). ST. PAUL (AP) -A bill aimed at opening new markets to Minnesota pork was introduced in the Minnesota Senate today. The measure would prohibit use of live hog cholera virus to protect logs against that disease. Sponsors of the bill said a modified serum which is safe and effective ias been developed. "Passage of the bill," said Sen. P. J. Holand of Austin, principal sponsor, "will allow Minnesota pork to be shipped to the armed forces in England and also to certain countries in South America, Africa and Europe." Co-sponsors are Sens. Joseph Josefson of Kyoto and John Olson of Worthington. Holand said the measure, BACK TO WORK French Parliament Hears From Debre PARIS (AP) — France's new Parliament goes back to work today to hear messages from President de Gaulle and Premier Michel Debre. There was intense speculation that De Gaulle would give an official word on rumors that new overtures had been made for a cease-fire in Algeria. Rumors Persist The cease-fire rumors had persisted despite denials on all sides of any contacts with the Algerian rebels to discuss a halt in their four-year-old fight for freedom. The rebels say a cease-fire can come only through French agree ment to discuss independence for Algeria. The assembly was to get its first chance to discuss government policies after 7Vz months of De Gaulle's one-man rule before Debre calls for a vote on his program. The constitution of the new Fifth Republic does not require parliamenary approval of Debre's new government. He scheduled the session to hear his program out of politeness and sought the confidence vote only as a matter of principle. No Danger There was no danger of Debre's program being rejected since a big majority of deputies were elected as De Gaulle supporters. And the Cabinet could be over thrown only if a majoriy of the Assembly had agreed in advance on a new premier. The Assembly had met briefly last month to elect officers. No further political discussions will be allowed until the regular three- month spring session begins in April. UgJUg! Woman Now Heads Indian Tribe MESCALERO, N.M. (AP)—Geronimo's people have a woman chieftain. Mrs. Virginia Klinekole has been elected president of the Mescalero Apache tribal council. She is the first woman ever to heard the Mescaleros. Mrs. Klinekole succeeds Wendell Chino and will serve a one-year term. 2 for $1 Necklaces - Pins Earrings - Bracelets Spruce up wintry costumes with the sparkle of better jewelry — tailorec and stone set styles. A special purchase, of fine samples, *plus 10% federal excise tax have you been waiting for that THIS IS IT! * Winter Coats 'besf buy? all wool interlined ... in 1959's newest silhouettes STORE HOURS Mondoy thru Friday Noon to 9:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. A specia 1 purchase group of new coats hand-picked bv our buyers in the New York market. Each is o tremendous vclue! See them! Six Nett> S/yles! Six Rich Fabrics! Seven Smart Colors! You II find ca,;o! collars, chin collars, button styles, push-up ileeves, shirred back styles, itraiaht bock coots. Choose from Alpacas, Zibe- lines, Velour Plushes, Cashmere blends. Kezar Mohair loop fweeds, Koshmerloura. Rich blacks, beige, bamboo shades, blue, red, green or "mixtures." Sizes: Misses' or Petites 8'to "20 — Coats: First Floor YOUNK 'Satisfaction Always "Satisfaction PROHIBIT VIRUS USE Pork'Bill Introduced hacked by the National Swine Council and the American Meat Institute, has been passed in Ifl slates mid has helped the dale of pork and pork products from those states. All That Heaving and Tugging for Nothing SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - It took some henving and tugging, but James M. Larson managed to move a heavy sofa and chair to the sidewalk in front of a small downtown Iwtel early Wednesday. Then he went back inside to clear the lobhy. When he returned to get the furniture, it was gone. Stripper Convicted on Narcotics Charge AUSTIN, Tex, (AP) - Lawyers or baby-faced, shapely Candy Barr — blonde stripper convicted on a narcotics charge—will ask an appeals court to reconsider her :ase. The Stale Court of Criminal Ap- pals Wednesday voted 2-1 to up- lold her 15-year sentence. Con- •Icted of marijuana posession, Snug and Warm Specially Priced Car Coats 14.90 Wool Melton car coats brought to you at special savings All wifh quilted linings, braid and knit trims. Choose grey or charcoal. 10 to 18. -Sport, S*op: YOUNKERS **st Floor "Satisfaction Always" NEW LOW PRICE. GET IN STEP FOR SAVINGS "pajama parade" sale! 2.99 • our most famous make! • coat middy styles! • stripes or patterns! • drawstring or elastic waistbands! • sizes A, B, C or Dl It's true! Only 2.99 for famous- make, top quality pajamas . , . the lowest price we've offered on pajamas of this quality in a long time. Come In and save! —Men's Furnishings; First Floor YOUNKERS "Satisfaction Always" Spring preview ... Colorful dyed-to-match sweaters and Knits SALE 7.99 EACH » Famous nome, fur blend dressmaker sweaten ond ilm; line dyed-to-march flannel skirts. • Slip-on and cardigan sweaters with long CM three-qucrter length sleeves. • Dtf!e<-tab!<? spring shades — blue cloud, peach horizon, miit mauve, yellow down, lime, Pacific green, schooner blue, sand, beige, white. Skirts 8 to 16 Sweaters 34 to 40 — Collegiate Sportswear: First Floor YQUNK'ER * Satisfaction Always" AUSTIN (Minn.) HlftAlD £ Thursday, Jan. 15,'5» «J the young blonde IT free on fl$,. 000 bail. Candy, wJiot* real name ii Juanita Dale Phillip*, it reported to be appearing in • New Orleans, La., fltghtelub. Hef tttofneyj told the court Candy was holding the marijuana for a friend. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS SPECIAL ONE-WEEK SALE famous Barbizon "Sevilla" slip STORE HOURS: Morv. thru Frl. Noon 9:30 p.m. Soturday 9 a.m. tx» 6 p.m. — Lingtrit: Pint Floor 3.59 2 for $7 Trim and tailored In carefree no-tron "zep- hoire" batiitt trimmed with dainty eyelet embroidery, dlt- creetly shadow-paneled. Don't mist out on our washable, wearable, warm weather wonder by Barblzon, White. Mist 12 to 20, lady 38 to 44, Junior lint* Ml«» 9 to 15, llttl* lady 14'/i fo 2654, tall M!n 12 to 20. YOUNKE S "Satisfaction Always" ARCH CASUALS have all the comfort features for less! Sizes 500 Medium 5-10 Narrow o •.**£ O FOAM CUSHIONED ARCH O ELASTIC-EASED CUFF O UNLINED SOFT LEATHER O FOAM CREPE SOLES O EASY-FLEX CONSTRUCTION Foam-cushioned arch, foam-crepe sole* moke them to soff. Snug-fitting elasticized cuff. Natural, or Black leather. Sizes 5 te 10, narrow; 5 to 10, medium. discontinued styles of famous Von Heusen "Century" shirts 3 for 8.85 Hos the one-piece collar that won't wrinkl* «y^r! AH 100% Mr- feet q^olity, cotton broadcloth shirts, the "Century" and oifcwr Voi Heusen shirts ot unheord-of low prices. In Q variety of collar style*. Whit« ond Colors 14 to 17'/i; 32 to 35 »l**v* Skof: tint floor YOUNKERS * feriU* ft**** M» . -<} +,x .* ,1k 1 - ><•,

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